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Course Structure for B.Tech (4years, 8 Semester Course) Civil Engineering ( to be applicable from 2012 entry batch onwards)
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CH-1101 /PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111 /PH-1111 ME-1111

Course Name Semester-1 Chemistry/Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Graphics Communication Skills Chemistry/Physics Laboratory Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS

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Course No EC-1101 CS-1101 MA-1102 ME-1101 PH-1101/ CH-1101 CS-1111 EE-1111 PH-1111/ CH-1111

Course Name Semester-2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics-II Engineering Mechanics Physics/Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science Laboratory Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training –II NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-4 Structural Analysis-I Hydraulics Environmental Engg-I Structural Design-I Managerial Economics Engg. Geology Laboratory Hydraulics Laboratory Physical Training-IV NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-6 Structural Design-II Structural Analysis-III Foundation Engineering Transportation Engineering-II Hydrology &Flood Control Concrete Lab Structural Engineering Lab

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MA-1201 CE- 1201 CE -1202 CE -1203 CE-1204 CE-1211

Semester-3 Mathematics-III Building Materials and Construction Surveying
Strength of Materials

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CE-1205 CE-1206 CE-1207 CE-1208 HS-1201 CE-1213 CE-1212

Engineering Geology Surveying Laboratory Physical Training –III NCC/NSO/NSS

CE-1301 CE-1302 CE-1303 CE-1304 HS-1301 CE-1311 CE-1312 CE-1313

Semester-5 Geotechnical Engineering Structural Analysis -II Transportation Engineering-I Environmental Engineering-II Business Management Environmental Engineering Lab Geotechnical Engineering Lab Transportation Engineering Lab Semester-7 Civil Engineering Estimation Irrigation Engineering Project-I Foundation Engineering Lab Dept. Elective-I Dept Elective-II Open Elective-I

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CE-1305 CE-1306 CE-1307 CE-1308 CE-1309 CE-1314 CE-1315

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CE-1401 CE-1402 CE-1403 CE-1404 CE-14XX CE-14XX XX-14XX

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3 0 0 6 CE-14XX Dept Elective-IV 3 0 0 6 CE-14XX Open Elective-II 3 0 0 6 15 0 10 40 NB: Industrial Training after Sixth Semester for a period of 4-6 weeks as an audit course. E1111 will be jointly offered by EE and EC Departments


CE-1411 CE-1412 CE-1413 CE-1414 CE-1415

Open Channel Flow Adv Environmental Engineering Traffic Engineering Optimization Methods in Engineering Design Ground Water System Management

CE-1421 Advanced Structural Analysis CE-1422 Remote Sensing and GIS CE-1423 Ground Improvement Techniques CE-1424 Urban Transportation System Planning CE-1425 Water Resource Development

Open Elective-I CE-1431 CAD in Engineering 8th SEMESTER Elective-III Elective-IV

CE-1451 Construction Management CE-1452 Advanced Hydrology ffff CE-1453 Advanced Foundation Engineering CE-1454 Bridge Engineering CE-1455 Analysis and Design of Pavements CE 1456 Design of Special Structures

CE-1461 CE-1462

Hydraulic Structures Elementary Performance Based Seismic Design Concrete Technology Numerical Methods

CE-1463 CE-1464

Open Elective-II

CE-1481 CE-1482 CE-1483

ANN in Engineering Evolutionary Algorithm in Search and Optimization Finite Elements Methods in Engineering

CE 1101

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Pre-requisite: None Semester: 1

L-T-P-C 1-0-3-5

Introduction: Introduction to Engineering Graphics. General instruction regarding instruments, lettering, type of lines Geometric constructions: Division of lines, angles and curves. Construction of different polygons Scales: Construction and reading of plain, diagonal, vernier and comparative scales. Conic sections: Construction of parabola, ellipse, hyperbola, cycloid, trochoids, epicycloids and hypocycloid. Orthographic projection: Angles of projections, Projection of points in different angles, projection of straight lines, Projection of plane and solid in different positions, Conversion of pictorial views of different types of simple objects into orthographic projections. Isometric projection: Isometric projection and isometric views of different planes and solids. Introduction to Auto-CAD: Introduction to Auto-CAD software, drawing of different two-dimensional and threedimensional objects. Suggested Reading 1. Engineering Drawing, N.D.Bhatt & V.M.Panchal, Rupalee Publication, New Delhi. 2. Engineering Drawing and Graphics+ AutoCAD, K. Venugopal, New Age International, New Delhi. CE 1201 BUILDING MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION Pre-requisite: None Semester: 3 Building and its Types: Principles of planning – Orientation, Functional requirements, Building Bye-Laws, Dead and Imposed loads. Types of foundation and their suitability. Bonds in Brick work, Rubble and Ashlar masonry, cavity wall, lintels, arches, corbels and. cornices. Floors and Roofs: Construction details of timber, Jack arch, cement concrete, RCC, Ribbed floor, precast, Marble, Terrazzo and mosaic floors. Roofing and roof covering, exclusion of water, roof terracing, types of roof trusses. Stair Case: Types, Planning of stair. Doors and Windows: Types, construction details, fixing ventilators. Misc: Damp proofing, Termite proofing, Classification and properties of Bricks, testing of bricks. Mechanical properties, seasoning and preservation of Timbers. Desirable properties, types, constituents of Paints. Suggested Reading 1. Building Construction, B.C. Punmia, Laxmi Publication. 2. Element of Building Construction, S.C. Rangwala, Charotar Publication, Pune. 3. A Text Book of Building Construction, S.K. Sharma, S. Chand Publication, Roorkee. 4. Engineering Materials, S.C. Rangwala, Charotar Publication, Pune. 5. Building Planning, Design and Scheduling, Gurucharan Singh. Standard Publication Distributor, Delhi. 6. Building Bye Laws, Silchar Development Authority. 7. NBC, BIS, New Delhi. 8. IS 875, BIS, New Delhi. CE 1202 SURVEYING Pre-requisite: None Semester: 3 Principles of Surveying, Types of surveying, Chain and compass survey, Theodolite Traversing, Accuracy and errors, Triangulation, Leveling, Reciprocal leveling, Trigonometrical leveling, Contouring , Area and volume computation, Plane Table surveying , Setting out of Simple works, Tacheometric survey, Curves, Electronic Distance Measurement (EDM ), Total Station and GPS, Introduction to Photogrammetry and Remote sensing. Suggested Reading: 1. Surveying (Vol I & II), B.C. Punmia, Laxmi Publication, New Delhi. 2. Surveying (Vol-I & Vol-II), K. R.Arora, Standard Book House. 3. Surveying & Leveling (Vol-I & Vol-II), T. P. Karnatkar, Pune Vidyarthi Prakashan. 4. Engineering Surveying, G.W. Scholfield, Butterworth, Heinemann, New Delhi. L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8 L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

CE 1203

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Pre-requisite: Engineering Mechanics (ME-1101) Semester: 3

L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

Simple stresses and Strains: Stress, strain, type of stresses, elastic limit, Hooke’s law, stress-strain curve, factor of safety, elastic constants, initial stiffness and secant stiffness, elongation of bars of varying sections, elongation of bars of composite sections, elongation due to self weight, bars of uniform strength, complementary shear stresses. Bending moments and Shear forces: Beam – elastic curve, type of loads, type of supports, SF and BM, sign convention, SF and BM diagrams for cantilever, simple supported and overhanging beams, relationship between rate of loading, SF and BM. Deflection of beams: Relationship amongst curvature, slope and deflections, slope and deflection for cantilever and simply supported beams, Macaulay’s method. Stresses in beams: Theory of bending, neutral axis and moment of resistance, bending stresses in symmetrical sections, section modulus, composite beams, shear stresses in beams. Compound stresses: Stresses on inclined plane, stresses on inclined plane due to bi-axial normal stresses and shear stresses, principal plane, principal stresses and strains. Mohr’s circle of stress. Torsion: Analysis of torsional stresses in a plain circular shaft, power transmitted, combined bending and torsion, equivalent bending moment and torsion. Combined Bending and Direct Stresses: Resultant stresses for rectangular and circular columns due to eccentric loads, limit of eccentricity for no tension, middle third rule. Thin Shells: Thin cylindrical and spherical shells - Hoop stress and strain, volumetric changes. Columns and Struts: Short and long columns, Failure of columns, slenderness ratio, Euler’s theory, crippling load, Rankine’s formula, Straight line and parabolic formula. Mechanical Properties: Definitions of different properties and description of experiments for their determination . Suggested Reading: 1. Strength of Materials, G.H.Ryder, ELBS & Macmilan. 2. Mechanics of Materials, Pytel and Singer, Harper Collins Publications India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 3. Strength of Materials, U.C. Jindal, Umesh Publications, New Delhi. 4. Mechanics of Materials, Beer and Johnston, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi. CE 1204 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Pre-requisite: None Semester: 3 Origin, age and interior of the earth, Crystallography, Mineralogy, Physical Geology, Petrology of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, Structural Geology, Seismology, Exploration geology, Ground water, Indian stratigraphy, Economic geology. Suggested Reading: 1. A text Book of Geology, P.K.Mukhacharjee, World Press Pvt Ltd., Kolkata. 2. Engineering Geology, Parbin Singh, S.K. Kataria & Sos, New Delhi. 3. Engineering Geology, Kesavulu, Mc Millan India Ltd. Delhi. 4. Text book of Mineralogy, Dana. Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi. CE 1211 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

SURVEYING LAB Pre-requisite: Surveying Theory (CE 1202) Semester: 3

L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

List of Experiments: 1. Chain survey by perpendiculars offsets. 2. Chain survey by oblique offsets. 3. Open and closed traverse survey with chain prismatic compass. 4. Plane table survey by methods of radiation, intersection, resection. 5. Profile leveling with dumpy level, cross sections, reciprocal leveling, contouring. 6. Surveying with Theodolite – vertical and horizontal angles.


Use of total station. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS-I Pre-requisite: Strength of Material (CE 1203) Semester: 4 L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

CE 1205

Introduction to Structural Analysis: Difference between determinate and indeterminate structures, degree of indeterminacy, open tree concept, forms of structures, loads and forces, different types of supports, basic equilibrium equations, principle of superposition. Statically Determinate Beams: Different types of beams, axial thrust, bending moment, torsion and shear force in beams with concentrated load and distributed loads. Deflection and slope in beams: Computation of slope and deflection by double integration method, moment area method and conjugate beam method for simply supported, hinged, cantilever and overhang beams with prismatic and non-prismatic sections. Strain energy and virtual work: Computation of strain energy for axial force, bending moment, shear force and torsion. Castigliano’s theorems and their applications to find deflection and redundant forces in simple cases. Analysis of pin joined structures: Different types of trusses, redundancy of trusses, method of joints, graphical method, deflection of joints, truss with single redundancy, Maxwell’s reciprocal theorem, Betti’s theorem and their applications. Arches and Cables: Detailed analysis of three hinge arches, introduction to two hinge arches, cables, three hinged stiffening girder. Columns and struts: Euler’s theory of buckling, load carrying capacity of column under different support condition, eccentrically loaded column. Suggested Reading: 1. Theory of Structural Analysis, Timoshenko and Young, Mc.Graw Hill International. 2. Structures, Marshall and Nelson, Pritam Publishing, 3. Structural Analysis, Norris and Wilbur, Mc.Graw Hill International. 4. Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 5. Analysis of Structures, V.N. Vazirani and M M Ratwani, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.

CE 1206

HYDRAULICS Pre-requisite: Engineering Mechanics (ME-1101) Semester: 4

L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

Basic Concepts: Continuum Approach, Important physical properties: Density, Specific weight, Viscosity, Surface tension, Capillarity, Compressibility, Vapour pressure, Classification of fluids –ideal and real fluid, nonNewtonian fluids. Fluid Statics: Pressure at a point-Pascal’s Law, pressure variation in a static fluid. Scales of pressure – absolute and gauge pressure, Measurement of pressure-manometers, Forces on submerged plane and curved surfaces, Buoyant Force-centre of buoyancy, metacenter, determination of metacentric height, equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies. Kinematics of Fluids: Study of fluid motion – Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, Classification of flow-steady and unsteady flow, uniform and non-uniform flow, rotation and irrotational flow, laminar and turbulent flow, 1-,2& 3D flow, Concepts of streamlines, pathlines and streakline, stream tube, Continuity equation, Circulation, vorticity, Stream function, Velocity potential, Flownet. Dynamics of fluid flow: Euler’s equation of motion, Bernoulli’s equation and its application-venturimeter, orificemeter, Pitot tube, momentum equation and its application to simple problems. Orifice, mouthpiece, Notches and Weirs: Classification, discharge through a free orifice, orifice coefficientsexperimental determination, External and internal mouthpiece, mouthpiece running full and free. Classification, Velocity of Approach, Broad crested weir. Flow through pipes: Losses in pipes flow-major loss (Loss due to friction) Darcy Weisbach equation, minor losses, Hydraulic gradient lines, Total Energy lines. Pipes in series, pipes in parallel, equivalent pipe, Siphon. Dimensional Analysis: Dimensional-fundamental and derived qualities, Dimensional homogeneity, Methods of Dimensional analysis-Rayleigh’s method and Buckingham’s π theorem. Boundary layer Theory: Boundary layer Theory – its thickness, Momentum equation for boundary layer along a flat plate, Laminar and turbulent boundary layers, Boundary layer separation. Flow around submerged Bodies: Drag and lift – types of drag, dimensional Analysis of drag and lift, drag on flat plate, sphere and cylinder, Karman trail, circulation, Lift on a cylinder with circulation – Magnus effect. Suggested Reading: 1. Fluid Mechanics, John F. Douglas, Janusz M. Gasiorek and John A. Swaffield, Pearson Education. 2. Fluid Mechanics, K.L. Kumar, S. Chand & Co.

3. 4. CE 1207

Fluid Mechanics, Streeter & Wily, Mc Graw Hill. Fluid Mechanics and hydraulic Mechanics, R.K. Bansal, Laxmi Publisher. ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING- I Pre-requisite: None Semester: 4 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

Introduction: Sources of water, Water supply systems. Water Demand and Quality: Population forecasting, Rate of Demand, Variation in the rate of demand. Quality of water: Impurities and their effects. Surface and ground water pollution, water quality sampling, examination and standards for physical, chemical and bacteriological parameters. Collection, Conveyance and Distribution of water: Intakes, Types of pipes, Methods of distributions and supply, Storages and distribution reservoirs, Methods for layout, Pressure requirements, Power requirements of pumps, Design of distribution systems. Water Treatment: Introduction, Sedimentation, Coagulation and Flocculation, Filtration, Disinfection, Adsorption, Membranes, Water Plant Residual Management. Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Davis & Cornwell, SIE, McGraw Hill Publication. 2. Environmental Engineering, Peavy & Raow, McGraw Hill Publication.


STRUCTURAL DESIGN- I Pre-requisite: Engineering Graphics (CE-1101) & Structural Analysis-I (CE 1205) Semester: 4

L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

Design philosophies, Limit Sate design, Limit states of strength and serviceability, consideration of durability and fire resistance, partial safety factors, Design for flexure, shear, torsion. Design of compression members, interaction curves. Redistribution of moments. Two way and one way slab. Isolated footing, combined footing. Cantilever retaining wall. Introduction to Working stress method of design. Suggested Reading: 1. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, P.C. Varghese, PHI, New Delhi. 2. Reinforced Concrete Design, S.N. Sinha, Tata McGraw Hill Pub, New Delhi. 3. Reinforced Concrete, S.K. Mallick and A.P. Gupta, Oxford and IBH Pub., New Delhi. 4. Reinforced Concrete Design, S.U. Pillai and D. Menon, Tata McGraw Hill Pub, New Delhi. 5. Reinforced Concrete - Limit State Design, A.K. Jain, Nem Chand and Co., Roorkee. 6. Concrete Structures, V.N. Vazirani and M.M. Ratwani, Khanna Pub, Delhi.

CE 1213

ENGINEERING GEOLOGY LAB Pre-requisite: Engineering Geology Theory (CE 1204) Semester: 4

L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

List of Experiments: Study of crystal models, Study of mineral hand specimens, Study of hand specimens of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, Study of thin sections of rocks and minerals, Study of geological maps. CE 1212

HYDRAULICS LAB Pre-requisite: Hydraulics Theory (CE 1206) Semester: 4

L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

List of Experiments: Study of Bernoulli’s theorem, Determination of co-efficient of Orifice, Determination of Metacentric height of vessels, Flow measurement by Venturimeter, Flow measurement by Orificemeter, Study of Force due to Impact of Jet, Flow measurement by Notches and Weirs, Study of Pressure measurement devices, Study of Free and Forced Vortex, Study of Flow Visualisation apparatus, Study of Hydraulic Jump, determination of Viscosity.

CE 1301

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Strength of Materials (CE 1203) & Hydraulics (CE 1206) Semester: 5

L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

Soil: Origin and types, Identification and classification of soil, Index Properties, phase relationship, consistency, sensitivity, clay mineralogy. Seepage: Darcy’s law of permeability, Determination of co-efficient of permeability, Equivalent permeability of stratified soil, Flow nets- principles, construction and application, effective stress analysis, quick sand condition, piping filtration criteria. Compaction: Principle of compaction, Light and heavy compaction, field compaction control, factors affecting compaction. Compressibility and Consolidation: Terzaghi’s Theory of One Dimensional Consolidation, Secondary Consolidation, Estimation of Consolidation Settlement. Shear Strength of Soil: Strength envelope, total and effective stress paths, pore pressure, evaluation of shear strength parameters, direct shear, triaxial shear, vane shear, unconfined compression test. Lateral Earth Pressure: Earth pressure at rest, active and passive earth pressure, Rankine and Coulomb’s earth pressure theories, Graphical Solutions. Stability of Slope: Stability of infinite slope, stability of finite slope, slope protection. Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to Soil Mechanics, BM Das, Galgotia Publication. 2. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, BC Punmia, Dhanpat Rai & Sons. 3. Soil Mechanics, Gopal Ranjan & Rao, Dhanpat Rai & Sons. 4. Soil Mechanics, Whitman and Lambe, John Willey. 5. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, VNS Murthy, Dhanpat Rai & Sons. CE 1302 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS- II Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis-I (CE 1205) Semester: 5 Redundant Structures: Determination of Static and Kinematic indeterminacy. Indeterminate beams: Analysis of propped cantilever, fixed and continuous beams; effects of sinking of supports, temperature, use of three moment equation. Classical displacement method of analysis: Application of slope deflection method, moment distribution method, Kanis method in the analysis of indeterminate beams and building frames. Classical force method of analysis: Analysis of trusses and rigid frames by consistent deformation method, column analogy method and elastic centre method. Miscellaneous: Two hinged arches, masonry dams and retaining walls, condition for no tension at base, chimneys, piers and abutments; introduction to fatigue, creep and stress concentration. Suggested Reading: 1. Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 2. Indeterminate Structural Analysis, C K Wang, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 3. Theory of structures – Matrix Approach, G S Pundit, S P Gupta and R Gupta, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 4. Analysis of Structures, Vol. I & II, V N Vazirani and M M Ratwani, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. 5. Structural Analysis, Debdas Menon, Narosa Publishing House. CE 1303 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING- I Pre-requisite: Nil Semester: 5 Introduction, modes and role of transportation system, transportation planning, surveying and alignment, road networking and urban transport planning. Highway materials, soils, aggregates, binders, various tests and their significances. Geometric design of highways, cross sections, sight distance, curves, hill roads. Traffic studies, traffic prediction, traffic controls, intersections, transport facilities. Pavement analysis and design, types of pavements, design factors, design methods, reliability. Relevant IRC and IS codes. Suggested Reading: L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6 L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

1. Highway Engineering, SK Khanna & CEG Justo, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee. 2. Traffic Engg. & Transportation, LR Kaaliyali, Khanna Publishers , Delhi. 3. An Introduction to Transportation Engg., William W. Hay, Toppan Co. Ltd, Tokyo. 4. Principles of Pavement Design, E.J. Yoder & M.W. Nitterzal, John willey & sons. 5. Relevant IRC codes – IRC, New Delhi 6. Principles of Transportation Engineering., Chakraborty P. & Das A, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. CE 1304 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING- II Pre-requisite: Environmental Engineering-I (CE 1207) Semester: 5 Introduction: Wastewater treatment systems, Terms and definitions. Collection and Conveyance of sewage: Sewer systems, Planning and Hydraulic Design of sewers, Dry and wet weather flow, Design procedure, Sewer materials, Crown corrosion. Wastewater Characteristics: Domestic sewage Characteristics, Physical and chemical parameters, Treatment standards, Municipal wastewater treatment systems, BOD, COD, Decomposition of sewage. Wastewater Treatment: Unit operation and process, Method of treatment, Preliminary treatment, Primary treatment, Secondary treatment, Trickling filters, Activated sludge process, Miscellaneous Treatment systems, Disinfection, Rural sanitation, Septic tank. Sludge Treatment and Disposal: Thickening, Digestion, Dewatering. Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Davis & Cornwell, SIE, McGraw Hill Publication. 2. Environmental Engineering, Peavy & Raow, McGraw Hill Publication. L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

CE 1311

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite: Environmental Engineering-I (CE 1207) Semester: 5

L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

Sampling and preservation of water and wastewater samples. Examination of water /wastewater for determination of – solids, pH, turbidity, chloride, hardness ,acidity, alkalinity, sulphate, iron, residual chlorine, dissolve oxygen, BOD and COD. CE 1312 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite: Geo-Technical Engineering (CE 1301) L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

Semester: 5 List of Experiments 1. Determination of field density and dry density by Core cutter Method. 2. Determination of field density and dry density by Sand replacement Method. 3. Determination of Specific gravity of soil solid. 4. Determination of Liquid limit and Plastic limit. Demonstration of Shrinkage Limit test. 5. Determination of Gradation of soil by Dry sieve analysis. 6. Determination of Gradation of soil by Hydrometer analysis. 7. Soil classification as per the Indian Standard Soil classification system. 8. Determination of Density Index/Relative density of soil. 9. Determination of Optimum moisture content and maximum dry density by Proctor Compaction Test. 10. California Bearing Ratio test.. CE 1313

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite: Transportation Engineering-I (CE 1303) Semester: 5

L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

List of Experiments Test on soils – LL, PL, gradation, CBR test. Test of aggregates – AIV, ACV, LAAV, shape test, Specific Gravity and water absorption test, stripping test. Test on bitumen – penetration test, viscosity test, Ring and Ball test, ductility test, Sp. Gravity test. Job mix formula and Bituminous mix design.

CE 1305

STRUCTURAL DESIGN- II Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis-III (CE 1306) and Structural Design-I (CE 1208)

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Semester: 6 Introduction: Types of steel, types of connections, durability, classes of sections, steel sections, types of loads, load combinations, permissible deflection, permissible slenderness ratio, methods of design. Limit state Design philosophy: characteristic load and strength, partial safety factors for material and load. Connections: Riveted and welded connections, strength of rivet, eccentric connections. Pitch, gauge, lap joint and butt joint. Tension member: types of failure, design strength, bolted/riveted and welded system. Compression members: Column buckling, effective length of columns, permissible stress. Built up columns – laced and battened. Design of slab base and gusseted base. Flexural members: Design for flexure, shear; torsional flexural buckling. Beams, purlin. Plate girder – section design, design of stiffeners, connections. Miscellaneous: Design under combined stresses, Roof Trusses, Design for earthquake loads, Fatigue, Introduction to working stress method of design, Durability and fire resistance. Suggested Reading: 1. Design of Steel Structures, N. Subramanian, Oxford University Press. 2. Structural Steel Design, J.E. Bowles, McGraw Hill, New York. 3. Design of Steel Structures, A.S. Arya and J.L. Ajmani, Nem Chand & Sons, Roorkee. 4. Design of Steel Structures, Ramchandra, Standard Book House, New Delhi. 5. Design of Steel Structures, S.K. Duggal, McGraw Hill, New York. 6. IS 800-2007, IS-816, SP-38, SP-6(6). CE 1306 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS- III Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis- II (CE 1302) Semester: 6 Analysis of building frames: Substitute frame, approximate method of analysis of building frames subjected to gravity loads and lateral loads, portal method, cantilever method. Moving loads and influence lines: Construction and uses of influence lines for bending moment, shear force for determinate structures like beams and trusses; three hinge arches, application of Muller Breslau’s principle for indeterminate structures. Matrix method of structural analysis: Introduction to matrix method, flexibility method and stiffness method for beams, plane truss and frames. Definition of Plane stress and plane strain problem. Plastic methods of structural analysis: Concept of plastic method, shape factor, beam, sway and combined mechanism, plastic moment distribution, deflection at point of collapse, introduction to finite element method. Suggested Reading: 1. Matrix Method of Structural Analysis, W. Weaver and J.M. Gere, CBS Publishers, New Delhi. 2. Basic Structural Analysis, C S Reddy, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 3. Indeterminate Structural Analysis, C.K. Wang, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 4. Theory of Structures, G.S. Pundit, S.P. Gupta and R. Gupta, Tata Mc.Graw Hill, New Delhi. 5. Analysis of Structures Vol. I & II, V.N. Vazirani and M.M. Ratwani, Kanna Publishers, Delhi. 6. Plastic method of Structural Analysis, B.G. Neal, Champian and Hall. CE 1307 FOUNDATION ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Geotechnical Engineering (CE 1301) Semester: 6 Soil Exploration and site investigation, Shallow and Deep foundations, bearing capacity and settlement calculations. Vertical and lateral load capacity of piles, pile load tests, well foundation, Soil dynamics and Machine foundations. Ground improvement techniques for cohesive and cohesionless soils, foundations on expansive soils. Suggested Reading: 1. Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engg, BC Punmia, Dhanpat Rai & Sons. 2. Basic and applied soil Mechanics, Gopal Ranjan & ASR Rao, New Age Int. Pub. 3. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering.,VNS Murthy, Dhanpat Rai & sons. CE 1308 TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING- II Pre-requisite: Transportation Engineering -I (CE 1303) Semester: 6 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6 L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8 L-T-P-C 3- 1- 0- 8

Railway Engineering: Introduction, traction, gauges, tracks – components and functions. Cross section, coning of wheels, wear and tear, failures, joints, fittings and fixtures, ballast, sleepers and drainage. Geometric design, alignments, gradients, grade compensation, super-elevation, negative sup-elevation, cant, cant deficiency, negative cant, horizontal curves, transition curves. Points and crossing, signaling and interlocking, station yards. Airport Engineering: Airport planning, aircraft characteristics and configurations, site selection, zoning laws, imaginary surfaces, approach zones, turning zones. Runway and taxiway, runway length and corrections, geometric elements, exit taxiway, separation clearance, ICAO and FAA specifications. Airport layout, holding apron, hangers, parking, terminals, traffic control, marking, lighting, heliports. Suggested Reading: 1. A. Text Book of Railway Engg, S. C. Saxena & S. P. Arora, Dhanpat Rai & sons, New Delhi. 2. Indian Railway Track, Agarwal M.M., Sachdeva Press, New Delhi. 3. Airport Planning & Design, S. K. Khanna, M.G Arora & S. S. Jain, Nemchand Bros., Roorkee 4. Planning & Design of Airport, Hernjeff R & Makelvey, Mc Graw Hill New York. CE 1309 HYDROLOGY AND FLOOD CONTROL Pre-requisite: Hydraulics (CE 1206) Semester: 6 Precipitation – Formation and types, forms; measurement, estimating missing precipitation data, average precipitation over area, depth-area-duration analysis. Stream Flow – Water stage and its measurements, discharge current meter and current-meter measurements, stage-discharge relations, extension of rating curves. Runoff - The component of runoff, hydrograph, hydrograph separation, factors affecting runoff, unit hydrograph concept, derivation of unit hydrograph, Estimation of peak discharge by Rational Method, Isochrones synthetic unit hydrograph, Definition if IUF. Design flood. Groundwater - Aquifers, movement of ground water, discharge of groundwater, equilibrium hydraulics of wells. Flood Routing - Definition, storage equation, routing in a simple reservoir, routing in gated reservoir, stream flow routing. Sediment transport – Origin and formation of sediments, stream erosion and deposition, definition of regime of flow, plane bed, ripple and dune regime, transition regime, anti-dune regime, introduction to bed loads, siltation, suspended load and wash load. Classification rivers on alluvial plains – degrading, aggrading and meandering. Floor Damage Mitigation – reduction of peak flow, confinement of flow, reduction of peak stage, diversion of floodwater, flood proofing, reduction of flood runoff, temporary evaluation of flood prone, flood insurance. Suggested Reading: 1.Hydrology, H.M. Raghunath, New Age International, Delhi. 2.Hydrology for Engineers, Linsley, Kohlew Paulhors, McGraw Hill. 3.Hand Book of Applied Hydrology, V.T. Chow, McGraw Hill. 4.Engineering Hydrology, K. Subramanya, McGraw Hill. CE 1314 CONCRETE LAB Pre-requisite: Structural Design-I (CE 1208) L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

Semester: 6 List of experiments: 1. Experimental determination of workability by slump test, compacting factor test, Vebe test and Flow table test. 2. Grading analysis of coarse and fine aggregates. 3. Determination of specific gravity of coarse and fine aggregates. 4. Determination of water content and water absorption of coarse and fine aggregates – free surface moisture. 5. Determination of Specific gravity, standard consistency, initial and final setting time of cement. 6. Determination of compressive strength of cement. 7. Determination of ACV, flakiness and elongation index of coarse aggregates. 8. Test on self compacting concrete 9. Determination of fineness and soundness of cement. 10 Mix design of Concrete. CE 1315 STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite: Structural Design-I (CE 1208) Semester: 6 L-T-P-C 0- 0- 2- 2

Determination of ultimate strength, elongation and proof stress of reinforcing bars. Bend and Re-Bend Test, Nominal Mass of reinforcing bars, NDT Tests (Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity, Rebound Hammer Test etc.), Tensile Strength of MS Pipe & various size of Channel / Angle sections (ISMC / ISA). CE 1401 CIVIL ENGINEERING ESTIMATION Pre-requisite: Engineering Graphics (CE 1101) & Building Materials & Construction (CE 1201) Semester: 7 Procedure of Estimating: Methods of Estimating, items of works, long-wall, short wall method of estimate, centre-line method, Types of estimate – preliminary, approximate, plinth area estimate, detailed estimate, revised estimate, supplementary estimate. Building Cost Index, Administrative Approval, Expenditure sanction, Technical sanction, Schedule of rates and Measurement Book. Estimate of Building: Different items of works as per CPWD/APWD schedule such as earthwork, brickwork, cement-concrete, RCC-floors, roofs, openings, painting, white and colour washing, plastering etc. RCC Works and structures: Different items of RCC work – RCC, shuttering, measurement of reinforcing bars, standard hooks & bends, Bar-bending schedule, Estimate of RCC beam, slab column, footing and staircase. Roads & Bridges :Introduction to the different items as per CPWD/APWD schedule, estimate of earthwork of road, estimate of metalled road, estimate of RCC slab culvert, T-beam decking, Pier and well foundation, Pipe Culvert. Analysis of Rates: Analysis of Rates of Building works – RCC, PCC, Brickwork, Plastering, flooring, colour wash, Distempering, cement painting, woodwork, DPC, Doors & Windows, Roofing. Specifications: General specifications for building works – RCC, Brickwork, Plastering, Flooring, Painting, white & colour wash, Woodworks, Doors & windows, DPC, terracing, rainwater exclusion, specifications for Roadwork. Valuations: The mathematics of valuation, valuation of freehold & leasehold properties, Fixation of Rent, Methods of valuation, Investment Method, Comparison Method, Residual Method, reinstatement Method, Contractors Method. Methods of valuation of land-comparative method, abstractive method and belting method. Suggested Reading 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Estimating & Costing, M. Chakraborty, M. Chakraborty, Kolkata. Estimating & Costing, B.N. Dutta, Kalyani Publication, Kolkata. Valuation of Real Properties, S.C. Rangwala, Charoter Publisher, Pune. Civil Engineering Contracts & Estimates, B.S. Patil, Orient-Longman Ltd., New Delhi. CPWD Specifications Vol-I, II, III, &IV, CPWD, Jain Book Agency, New Delhi. CPWD Analysis of Rates, CPWD, Jain Book Agency, New Delhi. APWD Schedule of Rates, Assam PWD, Dispur. IRRIGATION ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Hydraulics (CE 1206) Semester: 7 Introduction – Definition, necessity, types, advantages and disadvantages of irrigation. Soil Water-plant Relationship – Soil-water plant relationship, soil-fertility and crop rotation, crop-water relationship, manure and fertilizers for improving soil characteristics, principal crops in India. Water-requirements of Crops – factors affecting water-requirement of crops, consumptive use of water, determination of irrigation water requirement, command area, delta, duty, base period, relation between delta, duty and base period, Kor depth and Kor period. Flow Irrigation – (a) Unlined canal-Lacey’s theory, design of canal based on silt theory. (b) Lined canal-necessity of lining, selection of lining, types of canal lining and their brief description, design consideration for line canal, maintenance of irrigation canals, Economical considerations of lining a canal. Water-logging – Definition, adverse effects of water-logging, causes of water-logging, anti-water logging measures, Drainage system design. Canal Head Works – Definition of diversion works and storage weirs and barrages, general layout and the components of head-words, Application of Khosla’s theory of independent variables. Canal Fall – Necessity and location, types of fall, component of fall, design of fall with hydraulic considerationvertical drop fall and glacis fall. Cross Drainage Works – Necessity, types of cross drainage work, selection of suitable type of cross drainage works. Design principles only. Suggested Reading: 1. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering, B C Punmia, Standard Publishers. 2. Irrigation and Hydraulics Structures, S K Garg, Khanna Publishers. L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

CE 1402

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Principles and Practice of Irrigation Engg, S K Sharma, S.Chand& Co. Structures Irrigation Engg., GL Asawa, Willey.

CE 1403

PROJECT-I Pre-requisite: Depends on Project taken Semester: 7

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CE 1404

FOUNDATION ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite: Geo-Technical Engineering (CE 1301) and Foundation Engineering (CE 1307) Semester: 7

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List of experiments: 1. Determination of co-efficient of permeability by Constant head method. 2. Determination of co-efficient of permeability by Falling head method. 3. Determination of soil shear strength parameters by Direct shear Test. 4. Determination of soil shear strength parameters by Triaxial compression test. 5. Determination of soil shear strength parameters by Unconfined compression test. 6. Determination of soil shear strength parameters by Laboratory Vane shear test. 7. Determination of co-efficient of consolidation by Consolidometer test. 8. Standard Penetration Test. 9. Plate load test. CE 1411 OPEN CHANNEL FLOW Pre-requisite: Hydraulics (CE 1206) Semester: 7 (Deptt. Elective I) Basic Flow Concepts: Types of channels, Classification of flow, Basic equations, Velocity Distribution- Velocity Coefficients, Vertical Pressure distribution. Energy and Momentum Principles: Specific energy, Critical flow, Section factor, First hydraulic exponent, computation of critical flow, specific force, Simple channel transition. Uniform flow in rigid boundary: Shear stress on boundary, velocity distribution in turbulent flow, Chezy’s equation, Manning’s equation, section factor for uniform flow computation, second hydraulic exponent, computation of uniform flow. Uniform flow in mobile boundary channels: Incipient motion condition- Sheild’s analysis, Regimes of flow, prediction of regimes, Flow resistance Design of Channel: Rigid boundary channels, non-scouring erodible boundary channels, alluvial channels. Gradually varied flow: Differential equation of GVF, Classification and analysis of flow profiles, Computation of GVF for parametric and non parametric channels. Rapidly varied flow: Analysis of hydraulic jump, Flow over weir and spillways, Flow under sluice gate, brink depth. Unsteady flow: Waves- celerity of small gravity waves, GVUF-Saint Venant’s equation, Method of characteristics, RVUF- surges in open channels. Suggested Reading: 1. Flow in open channel,S. Subramanya, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. 2. Open channel Hydraulics, V. T. Chow , McGraw Hill, New York. 3. Open channel Hydraulics, R.H French, McGraw Hill, New York. 4. Open channel Flow, M.H. Chaudry, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 5. Flow through open channel, K. G. Ranga Raju, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. CE 1412 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Environmental Engineering- II (CE 1304) Semester: 7 (Deptt. Elective I)

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Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Introduction, Methods of treating Industrial Wastewater, Pollution Characteristics of certain typical Indian industries and case study.

Air Pollution: Sources and effects, Atmospheric stability, Dispersion, Plume rise and design of stack height, Air pollution control methods and equipment Environmental Impact Assessment: EIS, Structure and components of EIA, Methods of EIA, Case study.

Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to Environmental Engineering by Davis & Cornwell, SIE, McGraw Hill Publication. 2. Environmental Engineering by Peavy & Raow, McGraw Hill Publication. CE 1413 TRAFFIC ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Transportation Engineering-I (CE 1303) Semester: 7 (Deptt. Elective I) Driver behaviour, traffic information and control systems, traffic studies- volume, speed and delay studies, elements of traffic flow theory, characteristics of uninterrupted traffic, capacity and LOS of Uninterrupted facilities, characteristics of interrupted traffic, traffic characteristic at unsignalised intersections, design of signalized intersections, capacity and LOS of signalized intersections, actuated signal control, signal coordination. Suggested Reading: 1. Roger P. Roess, William R. McShane & Elena S. Prassas, Traffic Engineering, Prentice Hall, 1990 2. Pignataro L.J., Traffic Engineering- Theory and Practice, Prentice Hall, 1973 3. Khisty and B.K. Lall, Transportation Engineering: An Introduction, Prentice Hall India, 2003 4. Wohl M. and Martin B.V., Traffic System Analysis. McGraw Hill Book Company. 1967 5. P. Chakraborty and A. Das, Principles of Transportation Engineering, Prentice hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 2003 6. D. May, Traffic Flow Fundamentals. Prentice Hall, 1990 7. C.S. Papacostas, Transportation Engineering and Planning, Prentice Hall India, 2001. 8. Highway Capacity Manual (HCM), Transportation Research Board, USA, 2000 L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

CE 1414

OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Pre-requisite: Advanced Structural Analysis (CE 1421) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective I)

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Introduction to optimisation – Definitions, classification, overview of topics. Single variable optimisation algorithms – optimality criteria, bracketing methods, region elimination methods, point estimation methods, gradient based methods, root finding using optimisation techniques. Multivariable optimisation algorithms – optimality criteria, direct search methods, gradient based methods. Constrained optimisation algorithms – Kuhn-Tucker conditions, algorithms for solving Non-linear programming problems, LPP Introduction to Genetic algorithm Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to Linear and Nonlinear Programming, DG Luenberger, Addison Wesley. 2. Non-linear Programming Theory and Algorithms by MS Bazarra, HD Sherali and CM Shetty, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice, Singiresu S. Rao, Wiley. 4. Optimization for Engineering Design: Algorithms and Examples, Kalyanmay Deb, PHI. CE 1415 GROUND WATER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT Pre-requisite: Hydrology & Flood Control (CE 1309) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective I) Ground Water Resources – Introduction, Overview of groundwater systems, Groundwater modelling Groundwater Flow Equations- Darcy’s law, continuity equation, partially saturated flow, Flow in confined, unconfined and leaky aquifers. Flow Equation - boundary and initial conditions for aquifer systems. Groundwater Mass Transport equations – Mass transport in saturated and partially saturated systems. Numerical methods applied to steady and transient groundwater systems. Introduction to optimisation (LPP) methods for Groundwater Management. Suggested Reading: 1. Ground water Hydrology, DK Todd, John Wiley & Sons. L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

2. Ground water Resource evaluation, WC Wattor, McGraw Hill. 3. Ground water Models for Resources Analysis and Management, IEL Kadi, Lewis Publishers.

CE 1421

ADVANCED STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis-I, II & III (CE 1205, 1302, 1306) Semester: 7 (Deptt. Elective II)

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Matrix method of Analysis of Structures: Static and kinematics indeterminacy of structures. Review of Matrix algebra. Fundamentals of Flexibility and Stiffness method; analysis of beam, frame and truss using Flexibility and Stiffness Method. Finite Element Method: Brief introduction to finite element method with its principles for two, three and four nodded elements; Shape function, Beam element problems. Special Problem: Beam on elastic foundation, analysis of simply supported, propped cantilever and cantilever beam due to dynamic loads, Finite difference method, SDOF and MDOF System (Both damped and Un-damped Case). Analysis of Special Structures: Analysis and Design of dome, Plate and Shell type structures, Design of circular Slab for concentrated, udl, triangular and parabolic loading, Cable stayed and Suspension bridge, Dynamic Analysis of suspension bridge. Suggested Reading: 1. Matrix Computer analysis of structures , M.F. Rubinatein, Prentice Hall. 2. Pile foundation, R.D. Chellis, Mc Grew Hill Book Co. 3. Dynamics of Structures, A.K. Chopra, Prentice Hall of India. 4. Advanced R.C. Design, N.K. Raju, CBS Publication, Delhi. 5. Theory of Vibration with Application, William Timoshenko, CBS Publishers

CE 1422

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS Pre-requisite: Surveying (CE 1202) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective II)

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Energy sources and radiation principles, Remote sensing system, multi spectral scanner. Thematic map, Return beam, thermal infra Red scanner, side looking Air borne radar, Spectral Pattern Recognition: visual and digital techniques, Data acquisition from ERS, Land-sat, SPOT, sea-sat, IRS. Interpretation of Digital data products for MSS and TM. GIS: Introduction to Geographic Information system, Data encoding, Data management, Integration of Land sat and MSS Data with other spatial Data; Multi level GIS, Data manipulation- Demonstration of software packages and laboratory works for GIS applications with objectives such as transformation, storage, analysis and modeling of the data elements. Suggested Reading: 1. Principles of Remote Sensing, A. N. Patel Surendra Singh, Scientific Pub (India). 2. Principles of Remote Sensing, Paul Curan, ELBS/Longman (U.K). 3. Remote Sensing Digital Image Analysis, J. A. Richards, Springer-Verlag N-Y.

CE 1423

GROUND IMPROVEMENT TECHNIQUES Pre-requisite: Geo-Technical Engineering (CE 1301) and Foundation Engineering (CE 1307) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective II)

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General Principles, soil stabilization – Cement stabilization, lime stabilization, bitumen stabilization, chemical stabilization, mechanical stabilization. Grouting. Preloading with and without sand drains, stone columns, vibrocompaction, compaction piles, blasting, Soil reinforcement, Geosynthetics, Reinforced earth walls. Suggested Reading: 1. Foundation Engineering, J. Bowles, McGraw Hills International. 2. Principles of Grouting, Shah and Shroft. 3. Designing with Geosynthetics, Koerner 4. Ground Improvement Techniques, Purushothama Raj.

CE 1424

URBAN TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM PLANNING Pre-requisite: Transportation Engineering-I (CE 1303) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective II)

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History of Transportation system development, Urban Transportation Planning Process, Urban Travel and Transportation Systems Characteristics Travel Demands Forecasting - trip generation, trip distribution, modal split and trip assignment. Transport Behaviour of Individuals and Households, Land use/ Transportation systems, Introduction to Transport Economics. Introduction to Urban Freight Transportation and Urban Mass Transportation Systems. Suggested Reading: 1. Modelling Transport , J. de D. Ortuzar and L.G. Willumsen, John Wiley and Sons. 2. Transportation Engineering – An Introduction , C.J. Khisty and B.K. Lall, , Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.. 3. Transportation Engineering and Planning , C.S. Papacostas and P.D. Prevedouros, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.. 4. Principles of Transportation Engineering , P. Chakroborty and A. Das, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. 5. Principles of Urban Transport Systems Planning , B.G. Hutchinson, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York. 6. Traffic Engineering and Transport Planning , L.R. Kadiyali, , Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2000. 7. Public Transportation , G. E. Gray and L. A. Hoel, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1992.

CE 1425

WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT Pre-requisite: Hydrology & Flood Control (CE 1309) Semester: 7 (Dept. Elective II)

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Introduction: Fields of Water Resources Engineering, Purpose of Water Resources Development, classification of Water Resources Development projects, India’s water Resources, scenario of water use of India. Probability concepts in design: Frequency series, recurrence interval, statistical methods of estimating the frequency of rare events, duration curves and synthetic stream flow: Thomas &Yering model. Reservoirs: Classifications, site investigations, Determination of storage capacity : sequent peak algorithm, mass curve; yield, Reservoir sedimentation : sediment inflow rate, Trap efficiency, density of sediment deposited, useful life of reservoir, control of sediment. Engineering economics: Social Importance, steps in an Engg. Economy study, selecting an interest rate for an economy study, estimated lives of hydraulic structures. Introduction to Planning for Water-resources development, Multipurpose water Resources Development. Benefit - Cost analysis: Project evaluation, benefit-cost measurement, examples. Suggested Reading: 1. Water Resources Engineering, Linsley & Franzine, McGraw Hill Ltd, N.Y. 2. Economics of Water Resources Planning, James and Lee, Tata McGraw Hill, Pub. Co.

CE 1431

CAD IN ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis-I, II & III (CE 1205, 1302, 1306) and Strength of Material (CE 1203) Semester: 7 (Open Elective- I)

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Computer languages and computer graphics. Transformation of objects. Design of RCC beams, slabs, columns, footings. Design of steel beams and columns. Analysis and design of Buildings frame and its components. Review of Auto CAD. Introduction to STAAD Pro, SAP2000, ANSYS, MIDAS, MATLAB software. Suggested Reading: 1. Computer Aided Design, C.S. Krishnamurthy and S. Rajeev, Mc Graw Hill Pub. 2. Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics by D.F. Roger, Mc Graw Hill Pub. 3. Matrix Analysis of framed Structures, W. Weaver and J.W. Gere, CBS Publishers, Delhi. 4. Limit State Design of Reinforced Concrete, P.C. Varghese, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 5. Design of Steel Structures, Ramchandra, Standard Book House, New Delhi.

CE 1441

ELEMENTS OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Engineering Geology (CE 1204) and Structural Design-III (CE 1442) Semester: 8

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Elements of Seismology: Causes of earthquakes, faults, folds, plate tectonic features, magnitude, intensity, accelerograms, selection of sites for structures, ground motion characteristics. SDOF Systems: Concept of damping, Motion of systems – Free undamped , Free damped, Forced. Harmonic excitation, dynamic amplification. Logarithmic decrement. Non-harmonic loading: Response of systems under non-harmonic loadings – Duhamel’s integral. Triangular load, rectangular load, blast loads. MDOF Systems: Two degree of freedom systems – Vibration absorption, Vibration isolation. Transmissibility of force. Many DOF systems – eigen solutions, characteristic equation, Jacobi’s method, Power method, Raleigh’s method, Stodola’s method. Time step analysis: Linear and nonlinear response – elstoplastic and bilinear systems. Response spectrum: concept and construction. Use of response spectrum in structural design. Earthquake resistant design: Design as per IS 1893. Ductile detailing – study of IS 13920 and IS 4326, SP-6(6). Suggested Reading: 1. Dynamics of Structures – Theory and Application in Earthquake Engineering., A.K. Chopra, PHI. 2. Dynamics of Structures, J.L. Humer, AA Blakema Publishers, Tokyo. 3. Dynamics of Structures, R.W. Clough and I. Penzien, McGraw Hill Int, New Delhi. 4. Seismic Design of R.C. and Masonry Buildings, T. Paulay and M.J.N. Priestley, John Wiley & Sons, New York. 5. Earthquake Resistant Design, G.G. Penelis and A.J. Kappos, E & FN Spon, New York. 6. Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures, P. Agarwal and M. Shrikhande, PHI. 7. IS 1893 (Five parts), IS 13920, IS 4326, SP-6(6).

CE 1442

STRUCTURAL DESIGN- III Pre-requisite: Structural Design-II (CE 1305) Semester: 8

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Introduction: Review of Limit State and Working Stress method of design. Building: Staircase, Lateral load analysis – portal and cantilever method, Transfer of load from slab to beams equivalent load, continuous beams. Substitute Frame method for the Analysis of building frame, Live load on Building. Design for seismic load. Design of circular slab, design of circular and rectangular slab with concentrated load, circular beam; partition wall, Design for Torsional moment for simply supported slab. Water Tanks And Domes – Circular, rectangular, overhead and underground water tanks – IS code method, Design of spherical dome. Prestressed Concrete – Concept, IS code requirements (IS: 1343) systems of prestressing, losses, simple design. Concept of Design of end blocks, Magnate and Battens method. Steel & Timber: Steel Bridges – pedestrian truss bridge. Industrial Building – Trusses, Portal, Knee braces. Timber structures – IS Code requirements, classification of timber, simple design. Suggested Reading: 1. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, N. Krishna Raju, CBS Publishers and Distributors, Delhi. 2. Prestressed Concrete, Krishna Raju, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 3. Design of Steel Structures, N. Subramanian, Oxford University Press. 4. Design of Steel Structures (Vol. I & II), Ram Chandra, Standard Book House, Delhi. 5. Masonry & Timber Structures, A.S. Arya, Nem Chand & Brothers, Roorkee. 6. Design of Wood Structures, Donald E. Breyer, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

CE 1443

PROJECT-II Pre-requisite: Depends on Project taken Semester: 8

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CE 1451

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT Pre-requisite: Building Material & Constructions (CE 1201) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III)

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Principles of project contracts, types of contract documents, types of contracts, tender & agreements, acceptance of tenders, earnest money & security deposits, breach of contracts and arbitration. Project Management through network, critical path method, early and late time calculations, Float, resource allocation. Programme evaluation & Review technique, expected times and slack, critical path, probability of completion time of a project. Competitive bidding in construction industry, bidding strategy, Freidman’s model, Gate’s model, Fine’s model, effect of estimating inaccuracy, margin lost in competition, effect of estimating accuracy, No. of bidders, success rate sensitivity analysis, Risk analysis & decision trees, Lime of balancing, network compression, Prefabrication, modular co-ordination and standardization. Concrete production plants, batching, mixing and compaction of concrete, pumping of concrete, curing methods, concreting in hot and cold weather, concreting under water. Guniting and shortcreting , shoring and underpinning, formwork, building bye laws. Suggested Reading 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Construction Engineering and Management, S. Seetharaman, Umesh Publication, 3b Nath Market, Nar Sarak, New Delhi-6. Construction Equipment its Planning land Application, Mahesh Verma, Metropolitan Book Co. Ltd., 1, Netaji Subash Marg, New Delhi-2. Contract and Estimates, B.S. Patil. Construction Equipments & Methods, S. Peurofoy, McGraw Hill International. Optimization Theory & Application, S.S. Rao, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi.

CE 1452

ADVANCED HYDROLOGY Pre-requisite: Hydrology & Flood Control (CE 1309) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III)

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Hydrologic processes – Hydrologic cycle, systems concept, system models and its classification, Reynolds Transport Theorem, continuity equation, momentum equation. Atmospheric circulation, water vapor, precipitation, Thunderstorm cell model, evaporation and evapotranspiration. Unsaturated flow, infiltration, Green-Ampt method, pounding time. Stream flow hydrograph, stream networks. Analysis of discrete and continuous hydrologic data. Harmonic analysis, statistical analysis including frequency analysis, correlation and regression analysis. Time series analysis and its application in hydrology. Linear, nonlinear, lumped and distributed parameter systems. Hydrologic design of water resources systems. Suggested Reading: 1. Hydrology, H.M. Raghunath, New Age International, Delhi. 2. Hydrology for Engineers, Linsley, KohlewPaulhors, McGraw Hill. 3. Hand Book of Applied Hydrology , V.T. Chow, McGraw Hill. 4. Engineering Hydrology, K subramanya, McGraw Hill.

CE 1453

ADVANCED FOUNDATION ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Foundation Engineering (CE 1307) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III)

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Soil Exploration, report writing, geophysical investigations. Design of combined footing, strip footing, strap footing, footings on layered soils, uplift load. Rafts and floating rafts. Pile foundations, negative skin friction, Group capacity, settlement of pile group, uplift force, Laterally loaded piles Sheet piles, design of cantilever sheet

piles and anchored bulkheads, methods of reducing lateral pressure. Soil Dynamics, Barkan’s methods, elastic halt space theories, vibration isolation. Ground improvement methods. Suggested Reading: 1. Foundation Engineering, S P Brahma, Tata Mc Graw Hills, NewDelhi. 2. Foundation Engineering, J. Bowles, Mc Graw Hills International. 3. Designing with Geosynthetrcs, Koerner 4. Soil Dynamics, Barkan 5. Hand book of Machine foundation, Srinivasulu, Tata McGraw Hills, New Delhi. CE 1454 BRIDGE ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis- III (CE 1306) and Structural Design- III (CE1442) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III) Introduction: Introduction to bridge engineering, types of bridges, basics design criteria of bridge engineering, seismic effect on bridges, ground response Analysis at the bridge site, IRC loading, MOST specifications for the guide line of design of minor bridges. Geotechnical aspects of bridge location and suitability of girder depending on the span of the bridge. Pre-Stress Bridge: Introduction to Pre-stress Bridges, Pre-stress T-beam type bridge, Pre-stress Box-type Bridge, Losses of Pre-Stress of Bridges, Torsional Analysis of bridges, Transverse and Longitudinal Analysis. Reinforced Concrete Bridge: RCC T-beam beam bridge, Box-type bridge, Solid Slab bridge, Skew type bridge, Cable and Suspension type bridge. Foundation of Bridges: Different type of foundation of bridges, open foundation, Pile foundation and well foundation, Design of Abutment Shaft, Pier Shaft, Well Cap, Abutment Pile Cap, Design aspects of Pier Shaft Cap and Abutment Shaft Cap. Dynamic Analysis of Bridges: Introduction to Dynamic analysis of bridges, Eigen value and mode shape of simply supported bridges. Suggested Reading: 1. A Text Book of Bridge Engineering, K.S. Rakshit, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. 2.Essentials of Bridge Engineering, Johson Victor, Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. 3. Design, Construction & Practice in Bridge Engineering, S. Ponnaswamy, Tata McGraw Hill Pub., New Delhi. 4. Theory of Vibration with Application, William Timoshenko, CBS Publishers. L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

CE 1455

ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PAVEMENTS Pre-requisite: Transportation Engineering-I (CE 1303) & Geo-Technical Engineering (CE 1301) and Structural Design- I & III (CE 1208, 1442) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III)

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Philosophy of design of flexible and rigid pavements, analysis of pavements using different analytical methods, selection of pavement design input parameters – traffic loading and volume, material characterization, drainage, failure criteria, reliability, design of flexible and rigid pavements using different methods, comparison of different pavement design approaches, design of overlays and drainage system. Suggested Reading: 1. Principles of Pavement Design, E.J. Yoder, John Willey & Sons Ive, New York. 2. Principles of Transportation Engg. , P. Chakraborty & A Das, PHI Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. 3. Highway Engg By Khanna S. K. And Justo C.E.G., Nemchand Bros., Roorkee. 4. Pavement Analysis & Design By Huang Y. H., Pearson Education Inc., NJ., USA. 5. All relevant IS & IRC Codes and NORTH Guidelines

CE 1456

DESIGN OF SPECIAL STRUCTUES Pre-requisite: Structural Analysis-I, II, III (CE 1205, 1302, 1306) and Structural Design- I, II, III (CE 1208, 1305, 1442) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-III)

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Design of – Chimneys, Bunkers, Silos, Folded plates, Shells, Domes, Buried Pipes, Tubular Frame Buildings, RC Walls, Frame-wall system, Elevated Water tanks with dynamic effects. Frame-wall interaction, Shear Lag effect in buildings. Suggested Reading: 1. Reinforced Concrete Design of Tall Buildings, B.S. Taranath, CRC Press, New York. 2. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, N. Krishna Raju, CBS Pub. & Distr., Delhi. 3. Advanced Reinforced Concrete Design, P.C. Varghese, PHI, New Delhi. 4. Reinforced Concrete, S.K. Mallick and A.P. Gupta, Oxford and IBH Pub., New Delhi. 5. Reinforced Concrete Design, S.U. Pillai and D. Menon, Tata McGraw Hill Pub, New Delhi.

CE 1461

HYDRAULIC STRUCTURES Pre-requisite: Open Channel Flow (CE 1411) & Irrigation Engineering (CE 1402)

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Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-IV) Dams and their Characteristics: Classification of dams, features, advantages and disadvantages of each type, Selection of type of dam. Investigation of dam sites: Various phases of investigation, geological investigation, Sub-surface exploration, choice of location, Foundation treatment, Economic height of dam. River diversion: Diversion schemes, Phases of diversion, diversion flood, tunnels, Cofferdams. Gravity dams: Forces acting on gravity dams, load combinations for design, models of failure and stability requirements, Structural competency of gravity dams, Practical profile, Stability analysis, Design of non-overflow and overflow sections by single-step method. Arch dams: Types of arch dams, Forces acting on each arch dam, Method of analysis, most economical central angle, Design of each dams based on cylinder theory. Embankment dams: Types of embankment dams, earth dams-types, causes of failure and stability requirements, Design criteria, Preliminary design, Seepage analysis-Flownet, Phreatic line, stability analysis-Safety of u/s slope against rapid draw-down, Safety of d/s slope against steady seepage. Hollow and Buttress dams: Hollow gravity dams, Buttress dams- types of buttress dams, Forces acting on buttress dams Design of deck-slab type buttress dams. Weirs and Barrages: Types of weirs, causes of failure, Design of weirs on permeable foundation, Bligh s creep theory, Khoslas theory-method of independent variables. Instrumentation: Instrumentation in dams, types of Instruments, deformation measurement of dam body and its foundation, surveying instruments. Suggested Reading: 1. Irrigation and Water Power Engineering, BC Punmia and Pande B.B. Lal, Laxmi Publications. 2. Irrigation Water Power Engineering and Water Resources Engineering, K.R. Aurora, Standard Pub.

CE 1462

ELEMENTARY PERFORMANCE-BASED SEISMIC DESIGN Pre-requisite: Elements of Earthquake Engineering (CE 1441) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-IV)

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Historical development of Design philosophies. Force-Based Design vs. Performance-Based Design. Limitations of Force-Based Method of Design. Limitations of IS 1893 (Part 1) – 2002. Moment-curvature relationship. Strength and stiffness relationship Definition of Maximum earthquake and Design Basis earthquakes. Spectrum Compatible ground motion. Response spectrum review. Displacement spectra The concept of Capacity design. Expected strength and extreme strength of materials. Performance levels – Immediate Occupancy Level, Life Safety Level, Collapse Prevention Level. The concept of Operational Level building and Life Safety Building. Displacement-Based design philosophies. Direct displacement-Based Design Methods. Drift in buildings and design for drift. Frame Buildings, Frame-wall buildings, Design for target performance objectives. Effect of Infill on building behaviour. Suggested Reading 1. Displacement-Based Seismic Design of structures, M.J.N. Priestley, G.M. Calve and M.J. Kowalsky, 2007, IUSS Press, Pravia. 2. Seismic Design of Frame-Wall Structures, T.J. Sullivan, M.J.N. Priestley and G.M. Calvi, Research Report No. ROSE-2006/02. 3. Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete and Masonry Buildings, T. Paulay and M.J.N. Priestley, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

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Earthquake Engineering: From Engineering Seismology to Performance-Based Engineering, Editor Y. Bozorognia, CRC Press. ___ ATC-40, Applied Technology Council. ___ FEMA 273, NEHRP. ___ FEMA-356, NEHRP. ___ FEMA-440, NEHRP. ___ FEMA-450, NEHRP. CONRETE TECHNOLOGY Pre-requisite: Building Materials and Constructions (CE 1202) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-IV) L-T-P-C 3- 0- 0- 6

CE 1463

Cement and Admixtures: Types of Portland cement, hydration, setting and hardening process, special hydraulic cements, Admixtures, accelerators, and retarders, air-entraining agents, plasticizer and super-plasticizers. Aggregates: Shape and texture, bond, strength, specific gravity, bulk-density and moisture content of aggregates, bulking of sand, deleterious substances in aggregates, alkali-aggregate reaction, sieve-analysis and grading curves, fineness modulus, practical grading, gap grades aggregates. Fresh Concrete: Rheological aspects such as workability-flow ability, compatibility and mobility of concrete, factors affecting workability and lab determination, segregation, bleeding & laitance. Strength of Concrete: Compressive strength and factors affecting it, behaviours or concrete under various stress states, testing of hardened concrete – cube and cylinder test, Platen effect, flexure test, non-destructive testing such as rebound hammer test, USPV test, core-cutting, stress-strain relation and modulus of elasticity, shrinkage, creep of concrete and its effect. Durability of Concrete: Corrosion of reinforcing bars, sulphate attack, frost action, deterioration by fire, concrete in seawater, acid attack, carbonation. Concrete Mix Design: Basic consideration – cost, workability, strength and durability, grading, method of mix design, acceptance criteria for concrete. Advances in Construction Materials: Higher strength concrete, fibre-reinforced concrete, concrete containing polymers, heavy weight and light weight concrete, mass concrete, blended concrete, Ferro-cements and its applications. Suggested Reading: 1. Concrete, Structure, Properties and Materials by P.K. Mehta, Prentices-Hall, Inc., New Jersy, USA. 2. Properties of Concrete, A.M. Neville, Longman U.K. 3. Concrete Technology, M.L. Gambhir , Tata McGraw Hill. 4. Testing of Concrete in Structures, J.H. Bungey, Surrey University Press, New York. 5. Polymers in Civil Engineering, L. Hollaway, Thomas Telford Ltd., London. 6. Special Techniques and Materials for Concrete, Dhir, Thomas Telford Ltd., London.

CE 1464

NUMERICAL METHODS Pre-requisite: Mathematics-III (MA 1201) and Structural Analysis-III (CE 1306) Semester: 8 (Deptt. Elective-IV)

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Nonlinear system of equations, Curve fitting techniques, numerical differentiation and integration, Numerical solution of ordinary and partial differential equations, Introduction to finite difference methods, Application of numerical methods in solving Engineering Problems. Basics of computer algorithms and flow charts, Introduction to application of high level computer programming in solving numerical problems. Suggested Reading: 1. Numerical Mathematical Analysis, J.B. Scarborough, Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. Pvt. Ltd., Kolkata. 2. Numerical Methods for Engineers, S.C. Chapra and R.P. Canale, Tata McGraw-Hill., New Delhi.

CE 1481

ANN IN ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Evolutionary Algorithm in Search and Optimization (CE 1482) Semester: 8 (Open Elective-II)

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Introduction to Artificial Neural Network- Concept and issues, Multi layer Network, auto associative and hetero associative nets, Learning in Neural nets, supervised and unsupervised learning, Applications of ANN, ANN simulators

Suggested Reading: 1. Fundamentals of Neural Networks, Faussett, Prentice Hall. 2. An Introduction to Neural Networks, J.A Anderson, MIT Press, Cambridge.

CE 1482

EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM IN SEARCH AND OPTIMIZATION Pre-requisite: Optimization Methods in Engineering Design (CE 1414) Semester: 8 (Open Elective-II)

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Traditional optimisation methods. Foundations of Genetics Algorithms – reproduction, crossover and mutation. Analysis of GA operators – mathematical foundations. Application of Genetic algorithms in Engineering, Concept Multi-objective optimisation - Engineering applications. Introduction to some other evolutionary algorithms. Suggested Reading: 1. Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimisation and Machine Learning, DE Goldberg, Addison Wesley. 2. Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms, Xinjie Yu, Mitsuo Gen, Springer. 3. Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice by Singiresu S. Rao, Wiley. 4. Optimization for Engineering Design: Algorithms and Examples, Kalyanmay Deb, PHI.

CE 1483

FINITE ELEMENTS METHODS IN ENGINEERING Pre-requisite: Advanced Structural Analysis (CE 1421) Semester: 8 (Open Elective-II)

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Basic theory, advantages and disadvantages, convergence criteria, principle of virtual work, energy principles, variational formulations, weighted residual methods. Displacement models, shape functions, element stresses and strains, element stiffness matrix. One dimensional problems, bar elements. Two dimensional elements, triangular elements, quadrilateral elements, higher order elements, Axisymmetic elements. Pin joined trusses, beams, frames, plates. Practical problems. Suggested Reading: 1. Introduction to finite elements in Engineering, T. K. Chandraputla and A.D. Belegundu, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. 2. Finite Element analysis (Theory & Programming ), C.S. Krishnamurthy, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. 3. Finite Element methods, K.S. Bathe and E.L. Wilson, Prentice Hall of India. 4. Finite Element methods in Engineering Sciences, O.C. Zeinkiewicz, McGraw Hill Book Co.

Course Structure for CSE, BTech (4-Year, 8 Semester Course) Computer Science & Engineering (to be applicable from 2012 batch onwards) Course No CH-1101 /PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111 /PH-1111 ME-1111 Course Name Semester-1 Chemistry/Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Graphics Communication Skills Chemistry/Physics laboratory Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS L 3 3 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 13 EC 1221 CS 1201 CS 1202 CS 1203 MA 1201 CS 1211 EC 1222 Semester-3 Electronic Circuits and Switching Data Structure Object Oriented Design Discrete Structures Mathematics-III Data Structure Lab Electronic Circuits and Switching Lab Physical Training-III NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-5 Computer Architecture Computer Network Microprocessor & System Programming Mathematics - V (Numerical Methods) Business Management Computer Network Lab Microprocessor & System Programming Lab 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 T 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 3 0 2 3 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 C 8 6 8 5 6 2 3 0 0 38 6 8 6 8 8 2 2 0 0 40 8 6 8 8 6 2 2 CS1304 CS1305 CS1306 CS1307 CS1308 CS1313 CS 1204 CS 1205 CS 1206 HS 1201 MA 1251 CS 1212 CS 1213 Semester-4 Formal Language and Automata Theory Signals & Data Communication Computer Graphics Managerial Economics Mathematics - IV (Introduction to Stochastic Processes) Computer Graphics Lab Signals & Data Communication Lab Physical Training - IV NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-6 Operating System Compiler Design Design and Analysis of Algorithm Database Management System Software Engineering Operating System Lab Database Management System Lab Compiler Lab Semester-8 3 0 0 6 CS1404 Advanced Computer Architecture Machine Learning Dept. Elective - III Dept. Elective - IV Open Elective - II Project - II 3 3 3 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 6 6 6 6 6 10 40 Course No EC-1101 CS-1101 MA-1102 ME-1101 PH-1101/ CH-1101 CS-1111 EE-1111 PH-1111/ CH-1111 Course Name Semester-2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics-II Engineering Mechanics Physics/Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science Laboratory Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training –II NCC/NSO/NSS L 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 T 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 P 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 6 C 6 6 8 8 8 2 2 2 0 0 42

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Elective-I CS1421 CS1422 CS1423 CS1424 CS1425 CS1426 Artificial Intelligence Digital Image Processing Applied Graph Theory Mobile AdHoc Network Simulation and Modeling Human Computer Interaction Elective-III Programming Language Concepts Applied Parallel Programming Pattern Recognition Cryptography and Security VLSI Design, Test and Verification Linux Operating System Open Elective-I CS1431 CS1432 CS1433 CS1434 CS1435 CS1436

Elective-II Computational Geometry Wireless Networks Information Theory and Coding Distributed System Data Mining Natural Language Processing Elective-IV Introduction to Network Calculus Logic of Computer Science Wireless Sensor Network Speech Processing Formal Methods of System Verification Network Storage Management Open Elective-II Soft Computing Techniques for Non-linear Optimization Cloud Computing

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Neural Network Time Series Analysis

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CS 1101

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING Pre-requisite- NIL. (all branch) Semester-2

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What is a program; Digital computer fundamentals; What is a language; How program executes. C programming: Data types; Operators; Expressions; Scope resolution and variable types; Control flow structures; Functions; Arrays and pointers; Structures and Unions; Stream data processing. C++ Programming: Introduction to objects and classes; Object hierarchy; Inheritance; Polymorphism; Operator overloading; Templates; Virtual class and Friend class. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1111 B.S. Gottfried: Programming in C; TMH. B.W. Kernighan and D.M. Ritchie: The C Programming Language; PHI. H. Schildt: C++: The Complete Reference; TMH, 4e. B. Stroustrup: The C++ Programming Language; Addison-Wesley . E. Balagurusamy: Programming in ANSI C; TMH COMPUTING LABORATORY Semester-2 LTPC 0-0-2-2

Basic arithmetic operations, control statements, functions, arrays and pointers, structures and unions, file handling etc. Creation of classes and objects, Inheritance, Operator overloading, Polymorphism, Implementation of Virtual class and Friend class. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1201 B.S. Gottfried: Programming in C; TMH. B.W. Kernighan and D.M. Ritchie: The C Programming Language; PHI. H. Schildt: C++: The Complete Reference; TMH, 4e. B. Stroustrup: The C++ Programming Language; Addison-Wesley. E. Balagurusamy: Programming in ANSI C; TMH DATA STRUCTURE Pre-requisite- CS 1101 Semester-3 LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction to data types, Data structures and Abstract Data Types (ADT), Complexity analysis of algorithms, Linked list, Stack, Queue and Recursion. Introduction to trees, Binary tree, BST, AVL trees, B Trees, B+ Trees, Binary search tree, Hashing, Basic concepts of graphs and their representation schemes. Bubble sort, Selection sort, Insertion sort, Shell sort, Quick sort, Heap sort, Radix sort, Tree searching and graph searching techniques. Memory management, Storage Allocation, Garbage Collection, Compaction. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A.S. Tanenbaum, Y. Langsam and M.J. Augenstein: Data Structures using C/C++; PHI. V. Aho and J.D. Ullman: Data Structure; Addision‐Wesley. D.E. Knuth: The Art of Computer Programming (Vol. 1, 2, 3): Addision‐Wesley. E. Horowitz and S. Sahni: Fundamentals of Data Structures; Galgotia Pub. N. Wirth: Algorithms, Data Structures, Programs: PHI.

CS 1202

OBJECT ORIENTED DESIGN Pre-requisite- CS 1101 Semester-3

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Software complexity and design approach, Object model evolution and their elements, application of object models Objects and their relationships, classes and their relationships, interplay of objects and classes, importance of classification and identification, key abstraction and mechanisms Class diagram, object diagram, interaction diagram, module diagram,

process diagram, micro and macro development process Staffing, release management, Reuse, quality assurance and metrics, documentation, risk and benefits of object oriented development. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. G. Booch, R.A. Maksimchuk, M.W. Engle: Object‐Oriented Analysis and Design with Applications; Addison‐Wesley. B. Timothy: Introduction to Object‐Oriented Programming; Pearson Ed. J. Rumbaugh: Object‐oriented modelling and design: Prentice Hall. P. Coad and E. Yourdon: Object‐oriented design; Yourdon Press. P. Coad and E. Yourdon: Object‐oriented analysis; Yourdon Press.

CS 1203

DISCRETE STRUCTURE Pre-requisite- NIL Semester-3

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Set theory: sets, relations, functions, countability Logic: formulae, interpretations, methods of proof, soundness and completeness in propositional and predicate logic Number theory: division algorithm, Euclid's algorithm, fundamental theorem of arithmetic, Chinese remainder theorem, special numbers like Catalan, Fibonacci, harmonic and Stirling Combinatorics: permutations, combinations, partitions, recurrences, generating functions Graph Theory: paths, connectivity, subgraphs, isomorphism, trees, complete graphs, bipartite graphs, matchings, colourability, planarity, digraphs Algebraic Structures: semigroups, groups, subgroups, homomorphisms, rings, integral domains, fields, lattices and boolean algebras. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CS 1211 K. H. Rosen: Object‐ Discrete Mathematics & its Applications; TMH. J. L. Hein: Discrete Structures, Logic, and Computability; Jones and Bartlett. C.L. Liu: Elements of Discrete Mathematics: TMH. R. L. Graham, D. E. Knuth and O. Patashnik: Concrete Mathematics; Addision‐Wesley. J. P. Tremblay and R. P. Manohar : Discrete Mathematics with Applications to Computer Science; TMH. N. Deo: Graph Theory; PHI. DATA STRUCTURE LAB Semester-3 LTPC 0-0-2-2

Lab programs will be assigned by the course coordinator from within the topics covered in theory classes. There shall be minimum of ten (10) programming assignments out of which minimum of five (05) assignments shall be implemented in C++ and minimum of the five (05) assignments shall be implemented in JAVA. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1204 A.S. Tanenbaum, Y. Langsam and M.J. Augenstein: Data Structures using C/C++; PHI. V. Aho and J.D. Ullman: Data Structure; Addision‐Wesley. D.E. Knuth: The Art of Computer Programming (Vol. 1, 2, 3): Addision‐Wesley. E. Horowitz and S. Sahni: Fundamentals of Data Structures; Galgotia Pub. N. Wirth: Algorithms, Data Structures, Programs: PHI. FORMAL LANGUAGE AND AUTOMATA THEORY Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1203 Semester-4 LTPC 3-1-0-8

Alphabets and Languages, Finite Automata (FA), Deterministic and Non‐deterministic FA, FA with ε‐ move, Two‐way FA, FA with output Regular Expression and regular set, Closure properties, Pumping lemma, Decision algorithms, Myhill‐Nerode theorem Context‐free Grammar (CFG), Derivation tree, Simplification, Chomsky Normal Form and Greibach Normal Form, Ambiguity Push Down Automata (PDA), PDA and Context Free Language (CFL), Properties of CFL, Pumping lemma, Closure properties and decision algorithms.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. J. E. Hopcroft, R. Motwani and J. D. Ullman: Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation; Pearson Ed.. H. R. Lewis and C. H. Papadimitriou: Elements of the Theory of Computation; Pearson Ed. J. C. Martin: Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation: TMH. M. Sipser: Introduction to the Theory of Computation; Cengage Learning.

CS 1205

SIGNALS AND DATA COMMUNICATION Pre-requisite- MA-1101, MA-1102 Semester-4

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Introduction, Continuous‐time and Discrete‐time signals, Linear system, System properties Input‐Output modelling using linear differential equations and linear difference equations, Time‐Varying systems Convolution Representation of LTI and discrete and continuous signals, Linear time‐varying systems Signals in terms of frequency components, Fourier transform as limiting form of Fourier series, Properties, Response to sinusoidal, periodic and a periodic inputs, Sampling Analog modulation and demodulation of signals, Simultaneous transmission of signals, Digital modulation Analog and digital data transmission, Transmission impairments, Channel capacity Wired and wireless transmission, Signal encoding techniques, FDM, Synchronous and Sat TDM, ADSL; XDSL Spread spectrum analysis (FHSS, DSSS, OFDM), Error handling, Introduction X.25, Frame Relay Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. A. V. Oppenheim, A. S. Willsky and A. H. Nawab: Signals and Systems; PHI. A. Das: Digital Communication: Principles and System Modelling; Springer. S. Haykin and B. V. Veen: Signals and Systems; Willey. W. Stallings: Data and Computer Communications; Pearson Ed. R. L. Freeman: Practical Data Communications; Willey. M. S. Roden: Digital and Data Communication Systems; Prentice Hall. A. Ahmad: Data Communication Principles: For Fixed and Wireless Networks; Kluwer.

CS 1206

COMPUTER GRAPHICS Pre-requisite- CS 1201, MA-1101, MA-1102 Semester-4

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Introduction, Input/Output primitives and graphical devices 2D Transformation, translation, rotation, scaling, matrix representations and homogeneous coordinates system, reflection and shear, transformations between coordinate systems, affine transformation, 3D transformations, translation, rotation, scaling etc. Line, circle and ellipse drawing algorithms, Area filling algorithms Viewing procedure, 2D Window to Viewport coordinate transformation, Point clipping, Line clipping and Polygon clipping algorithms, Viewport clipping, Depth cueing. Curves and surfaces, Bezier curves, B‐Spline curves, rational B‐Spline curves. Hidden line elimination ‐ Depth comparison, Z‐buffer algorithm, Back face detection, BSP tree method, Painter’s algorithm. Coloring and shading models, Modeling Light Intensities and sources, Diffuse reflection, Lambert’s Cosine Law, Specular Reflection, Halftoning; Color Models ‐ RGB, CMYK Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. D. F. Rogers: Procedural elements of Computer Graphics; TMH. D. Hearn D and M. P. Baker: Computer Graphics with OpenGL; Pearson Ed. J. D. Foley, A. Van Dam, S. K. Feiner and R. L. P. Hughes: Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice; Pearson Ed. D. F. Rogers and J. A. Adams: Mathematical elements for Computer Graphics; TMH. F. S. Hill: Computer Graphics Using OpenGL; PHI. E. Angle: Interactive Computer Graphics: A Top‐Down Approach Using OpenGL; Pearson Ed. D. Hearn and M. P. Baker: Computer Graphics (C version); Pearson Ed.

CS 1212


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Lab programs will be assigned by the course coordinator from within the topics covered in theory classes. There shall be minimum of eight (08) programming assignments using C/C++ with OpenGL. Texts/Reference: 1. CS 1213 D. Hearn D and M. P. Baker: Computer Graphics with OpenGL; Pearson Ed. SIGNALS AND DATA COMMUNICATION LAB Semester-4 LTPC 0-0-2-2

Lab assignments using MATLAB: Lab programs will be assigned by the course coordinator from within the topics covered in theory classes. There shall be minimum of eight (08) programming assignments covering convolution of discrete and continuous time signals, sum of sinusoids in time and frequency domain, convergence of Fourier series, PAM, QAM, FSK etc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. CS 1301 M.J. Roberts: Signals and Systems: Analysis Using Transform Methods & MATLAB: MHill. S. T. Karris: Signals and Systems with MATLAB Computing and Simulink Modeling; Orchard. L. Chaparro: Signals and Systems using MATLAB; Academic Press. COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE Pre-requisite- EC-1101, EC-1221 Semester-5 LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction: Generations of architecture, fundamental concepts of design methodologies, basic organization of computer Processor Design: Basic organization, instruction set, ALU organization, fixed‐point and Floating‐point arithmetic Controller Design: Basic concepts, design of hardwired control and micro‐programmed control units Memory Organization: Basic organization, virtual memory, memory hierarchical structure, paging and segmentation concept, memory interleaving, cache & associative memories Peripheral processing & devices: I/O accessing and data transfer techniques, I/O channel and processor, I/O management Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1302 D. A. Patterson and J. L. Hennessy: Computer Organization and Design: The Hardware/Software Interface; Elsevier. C. Hamachar, Z. Vranesic and S. Zaky: Computer Organization; TMH. J. P. Hayes: Computer Architecture and Organization; TMH. W. Stallings: Computer Organization and Architecture: Designing for Performance; Pearson Ed. V. P. Heuring and Jordan H. F.: Computer Systems Design and Architecture; Pearson Ed. COMPUTER NETWORKS Pre-requisite- MA 1201, CS 1205 Semester-5 LTPC 3-0-0-6

Data Link layer: Data Link layer Services, wired/wireless case studies Network layer: Network layer services, routing principles, Internet protocol (IP), introduction to quality of service (QoS) Transport layer: Transport layer services, protocols of transport layer Application layer: Application layer protocols e.g. HTTP, SMTP, DNS Network Management: Basic concept, SNMP. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. L. L. Peterson and B. S. Davie: Computer Networks: A Systems Approach; Elsevier India. A. S. Tanenbaum: Computer Network; PHI. J. F. Kurose and K. W. Ross: Computer Networking: A Top‐Down Approach; Pearson Ed. W. Stallings: Computer Networking with Internet Protocols; Pearson Ed. D. Comer: Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume 1; PHI.

CS 1303


LTPC 3-1-0-8

8086 architecture, Segments, Flags, Instruction set, assembly language programming on 8086 using assembler, Interrupts, Writing interrupt services routines, Debugging programs, 8086 pin functions 80286/386/486 register set, Data types, Overview of instruction set, Memory segmentation with descriptor tables including LDT and GDT, Privilege levels Basic concepts of assembler and its design procedures Basic concepts about a loader, different loader schemes, design principles of loader, overview of linker, design principles of linkers Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. CS 1311 D. Hall: Microprocessor & Interfacing; TMH. J. Turley: Advanced 80386 Programming Techniques; TMH. J. Levine: Linkers and Loaders; Morgan Kauffman. R. S. Gaonkar: Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and application with 8085/8080; Wiley Eastern. J. J. Donovan: System Programming; McGraw‐Hill. D. M. Dhamdhere: System Programming and Operating Systems; TMH. L. L. Beck: System Software; Addison‐Wesley. D. Tabak: Advance Microprocessor; TMH. COMPUTER NETWORK LAB Semester-5 LTPC 0-0-2-2

Simulation experiments for protocol performance, configuring, testing and measuring network devices and parameters/policies; network management experiments; Exercises in network programming. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1312 L. L. Peterson and B. S. Davie: Computer Networks: A Systems Approach; Elsevier India. A. S. Tanenbaum: Computer Network; PHI. J. F. Kurose and K. W. Ross: Computer Networking: A Top‐Down Approach; Pearson Ed. W. Stallings: Computer Networking with Internet Protocols; Pearson Ed. D. Comer: Internetworking with TCP/IP, Volume 1; PHI. MICROPROCESSOR AND SYSTEM PROGRAMMING LAB Semester-5 LTPC 0-0-0-2

Simulation experiments for 8085/8086, Assembly Language Programming for x86 etc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. CS 1304 D. Hall: Microprocessor & Interfacing; TMH. J. Turley: Advanced 80386 Programming Techniques; TMH. J. Levine: Linkers and Loaders; Morgan Kauffman. R. S. Gaonkar: Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and application with 8085/8080; Wiley Eastern. J. J. Donovan: System Programming; McGraw‐Hill. D. M. Dhamdhere: System Programming and Operating Systems; TMH. L. L. Beck: System Software; Addison‐Wesley. D. Tabak: Advance Microprocessor; TMH. OPERATING SYSTEM Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1301, CS 1303 Semester-6 LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to OS: Process management, Memory management, File system management, System calls Process management: Scheduling, preemptive/non preemptive, FIFO, shortest job first, shortest remaining job first, round robin, priority, multilevel queues, multilevel feedback queues, Threads

Concurrent processes: Mutual exclusion and Bernstein’s conditions, semaphores, critical section, monitors, message passing, case studies: Dining Philosophers’ problem, Producer‐Consumer problem and disk head scheduler problem. Memory management: Single user contiguous, fixed partition multiprogramming, fragmentation, relocation, compaction, paging, segmentation, paging and segmentation together; virtual memory, page replacement policies File systems: Directory organization, data hierarchy, blocking and buffering, file organization, free space management, contiguous and non contiguous allocation, block chaining, index block chaining, block oriented file mapping Deadlocks: Resource concepts, necessary conditions, resource allocation graph, three strategies of Havender, Bankers algorithm, reduction of resource allocation graph, deadlock recovery Disk scheduling: operations of disks, FCFS, SSTF, SCAN, C‐SCAN, M‐STEP SCAN, Eschenbach, rotation optimization, disk caching Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1305 A. Silberschatz, P. B. Galvin and G. Gagne: Operating system concepts; Wiley. W. Stallings: Operating Systems; Pearson Ed. A. S. Tanenbaum: Modern Operating Systems; PHI. C. Crowley: Operating systems: a Design‐oriented approach; TMH. D. M. Dhamdhere: Operating Systems; TMH. COMPILER DESIGN Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1204, CS 1301 Semester-6 LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Overview of Language and implementations, Analysis and synthesis model of compilation, Tool based approach to compiler construction, Retargetability and portability, Trends in compiler construction Lexical Analysis: Basic concept, Design Issues, Implementation issues, building a simple LA, RE/FSA based LA, Lexical error recovery, From REs to lex generator Syntax Analysis: Basic concept, basic Parsing techniques, Shift‐reduced Parser, Operator‐Precedence Parser, Predictive Parser, Top‐down and Bottom‐up parsing, LL(1) grammars, Recursive decent parsers, Predict‐predict conflicts and Error‐recovery, DFAs and Parsers for LR(0), SLR(1), LR(1), LALR(1) Semantic Analysis: Basic concept, Syntax‐directed definitions, Attribute grammar (Synthesized and Inherited), Evaluation order, Attribute computation for synthesized, inherited and L‐attributes of Bottomup compilation, Getting type attributes, Type matching and conversion Run‐time Environment: Symbol Table management, Memory management, Activation record and parameter passing Intermediate Code Generation: Basic concept, Three‐address codes, quadruples and triples, Arithmetic expression and assignment statements, Boolean expression, Control flow and backpatching (Conditional and iterative statements), Method calls, list of statements Target Code Generation: Registers and runtime data structures, Method invocation and bookkeeping, phases of code improvement, Peephole optimization, Control flow and basic‐blocks, Redundancy and data flow analysis Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. V. Aho and J. D. Ullman: Principles of Compiler Design; Narosa Pub.. A. V. Aho, R. Sethi R and J. D. Ullman: Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools; Addison‐Wesley. J. P. Tremblay and P. G. Sorenson: The Theory and Practice of Compiler Writing; McGraw‐Hill. S. S. Muchnick: Advanced Compiler Design & Implementation; Narosa. J. R. Levine, T. Mason and D. Brown: Lex and Yacc; O'Reilly.

CS 1306

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS Pre-requisite- CS 1201 Semester-6

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction: Basic concepts about algorithms Analysis of algorithms: Idea about time and space analysis, concept of loop invariants, importance of sorting algorithms in analysis, analysis of bubble sort, insertion sort, selection sort algorithms

Design of Algorithms: Introduction to different design approaches, concept of divide‐and‐conquer approach, analysis of merge sort and quick sort algorithm, concept of randomized algorithms, analysis of heap sort and, radix sort algorithms Dynamic Programming: Basic concept, Matrix chain multiplication, characteristics of dynamic programming, longest common subsequence, binary search trees and optimal binary search trees Greedy Algorithms: Basic concepts, Huffman coding scheme, Task scheduling problem, Knapsack problem Graph Algorithms: Bread‐first‐search and depth‐first‐search algorithms, Kruskal’s and Prim’s algorithms, Dijkstra’s algorithm, Ford‐Fulkerson algorithm NP‐completeness: Basic concepts

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, R. L. Rivest and C. Stein: Introduction to Algorithms; PHI. D. E. Knuth: The Art of Computer Programming (Vol. 1, 2 & 3); Addison‐Wesley. V. Aho, J. D. Ulman and J. E. Hopcroft: The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms; Addison‐Wesley. M. T. Goodrich and R. Tamassia: Algorithm Design: Foundation, Analysis and Internet Examples; Wiley India.

CS 1307

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1203, CS 1204 Semester-6

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: File System vs. DBMS, data models, levels of Data Abstraction Entity Relationship (ER) Model: Basic concept, features of ER Model, relational algebra and relational calculus Design: SQL queries, constraints and triggers, functional dependency, decomposition of relational schemes, normalization, 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF; Multi‐valued Dependency and 4NF; Join Dependency and 5NF; Inclusion Dependency, Query Optimization File Organization: Properties of Indexes, B+ Tree and its application; Hashing Transaction processing: Concept of Transaction, concurrency control and database consistency, incomplete transaction, serializibility, locking, concurrency control without lock Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CS 1308 R. Ramakrishnan, J. Gehrke: Database Management Systems; McGraw‐Hill. A. Silberschatz, H. F. Korth and S. Sudarshan: Database Management Systems; McGraw‐Hill. R. Elmasri and S. B. Navathe: Fundamentals of Database Systems; Addison‐Wesley. N. Shah: Database Systems Using Oracle; Pearson Ed./PHI. R. Greenwald, Robert etc.: Oracle Essentials (10g); O’reilly. C. S. Horstmann and G. Cornell: Core Java (Vol. 1 & 2); Pearson Ed. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Pre-requisite- CS 1101, CS 1202 Semester-6 LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction: Role of Software Engineering, Concept of process Software Process: Different process models, Waterfall, Prototype, Iterative, TimeBox, Comparison among the models Requirement Analysis: Basic concepts of requirement analysis and specification, analysis models, specification language, Use Case concept Software Architecture: Analysis of different architectures (pipe and filter, shared data style, client‐server style), comparison of architectures Project Planning: Overview, Effort Estimation and COCOMO, project scheduling and team structure, risk management, monitoring plan and SCM Object‐Oriented Design: Basic concepts, overview of UML, design methodologies Detailed Design: Detailed design and verification, different metrics Coding: Concept of structured programming, coding process, unit testing with Junit, verification approaches, analysis metrics

Testing: Overview, Black‐Box and White‐Box techniques, testing process, defect analysis and prevention Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. P. Jalote: An integrated approach to software engineering (3rd ed.); Narosa Pub. R. S. Pressman: Software engineering: a practitioners approach; McGraw‐Hill. S. Bennett, S. McRobb and R. Farmer: Object‐oriented system analysis and design using UML; TMH. H. V. Vliet: Software engineering: Principles and Practice (3rd ed.); Wiley India. D. W. Brown: Introduction to Object‐Oriented Analysis; Wiley India.

CS 1313


LTPC 0-0-2-2

Simulation of CPU scheduling algorithms, simulation of file allocation strategies, user‐level process management, Development of a LINUX kernel module for a character device. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. Silberschatz, P. B. Galvin and G. Gagne: Operating system concepts; Wiley. W. Stallings: Operating Systems; Pearson Ed. A. S. Tanenbaum: Modern Operating Systems; PHI. C. Crowley: Operating systems: a Design‐oriented approach; TMH. D. M. Dhamdhere: Operating Systems; TMH.

CS 1314


LTPC 0-0-2-2

Design of a ER diagram and DFD for a given problem, table creation, updation and manipulation, implementation of concurrency control methods. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. R. Ramakrishnan, J. Gehrke: Database Management Systems; McGraw‐Hill. A. Silberschatz, H. F. Korth and S. Sudarshan: Database Management Systems; McGraw‐Hill. R. Elmasri and S. B. Navathe: Fundamentals of Database Systems; Addison‐Wesley. N. Shah: Database Systems Using Oracle; Pearson Ed./PHI. R. Greenwald, Robert etc.: Oracle Essentials (10g); O’reilly. C. S. Horstmann and G. Cornell: Core Java (Vol. 1 & 2); Pearson Ed.

CS 1315


LTPC 0-0-2-2

Design of a lexical analyzer, implement the lexical analyzer using lexical analyzer generating tools, design of a predictive parser/LALR bottom up parser for a given language, Convertion of BNF rules into yacc form and to write code for generating abstract syntax tree. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A. V. Aho and J. D. Ullman: Principles of Compiler Design; Narosa Pub.. A. V. Aho, R. Sethi R and J. D. Ullman: Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools; Addison‐Wesley. J. P. Tremblay and P. G. Sorenson: The Theory and Practice of Compiler Writing; McGraw‐Hill. S. S. Muchnick: Advanced Compiler Design & Implementation; Narosa. J. R. Levine, T. Mason and D. Brown: Lex and Yacc; O'Reilly.

CS 1401

VLSI DESIGN Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1306 Semester-7

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, data structures and basic algorithms, partitioning, top‐down approach for placement and routing, performance Issues in circuit Layout, single‐layer routing and applications Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. CS 1402 M. Sarrafzadeh and C. K. Wong: An introduction to VLSI physical design; McGraw Hill. N. A. Sherwani: Algorithms for VLSI physical design automation; Springer. A. T. Sherman: VLSI Placement and Routing: The PI Project; Springer. G. W. Zobrist: Routing, Placement, and Partitioning; Intellect Books. THEORY OF COMPUTATION Pre-requisite- CS 1201, CS 1204, CS 1306 Semester-7 LTPC 3-1-0-8

Computability theory: Fundamental concepts of Turing machine model, computable languages and functions; Turing machine construction technique; Modification of Turing machine and Church’s hypothesis; The Problem of Undecidability; Properties of recursive and recursively enumerable languages; Universal Turing Machine; Rice’s theorem; Post’s correspondence problem and Intractable problems Complexity theory: Time‐ and space‐bounded Turing machines, reduction and complete problems, oracle machines and the polynomial hierarchy P and NP problems: Basic concepts, polynomial time and space, understanding the P‐class problems, boolean satisfiability, understanding the NP‐class problems, polynomial time reduction, introduction to Cook’s theorem, Basic concept of NP‐Complete problems Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CS 1404 J. E. Hopcroft and J. D. Ullman: Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation; Narosa Pub. H. R. Lewis and C. H. Papadimitriou: Elements of the Theory of Computation; Pearson Ed. J. C. Martin: Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation; TMH. M. Sipser: Introduction to the Theory of Computation; PWS Publishing. F. C. Hennie: Introduction to Computability; Addison‐Wesley. B. M. Moret: The Theory of Computation; Pearson Ed. ADVANCED COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE Pre-requisite- CS 1301, CS 1302, CS 1304 Semester-8 LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Evolution of computer architecture, Flynn's Classification, Types of Parallelism, Performance Metrics, Different Parallel Computer models Instruction‐level parallelism: Basic concept, Dependency Analysis, Partitioning and Scheduling.

Pipeline architecture: Principles & general structures of pipeline, linear & non‐linear model, pipelined instruction processing (arithmetic, Boolean, load/store) Superscalar pipeline architecture: Basic concept, design issues, shelving, register renaming, preserving sequentialities, case studies; VLIW architecture & case studies. Code scheduling for ILP processors: Issues in processing control transfer instructions, concepts of code scheduling. Data Parallel architectures: Basic concept, SIMD architecture (design space approach, overview of finegrained & coarse‐grained SIMD); Vector architectures (Basic concept, case studies); Concepts of data pipelined and systolic array architectures. Thread/process‐level parallelism: Introduction to MIMD architecture, basic concept of Multi‐threaded architecture, design

issues related to shared‐memory & distributed‐memory MIMD architectures

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. CS 1405 D. Sima, T. Fountain and P. Kacsuk: Advanced Computer Architectures: A Design Space Approach; Pearson Ed. K. Hwang: Advanced Computer Architecture: Parallelism, Scalability, Programmability; TMH. J. P. Shen and M.H. Lipasti: Modern Processor Design: Fundamentals of Superscalar Processors; TMH. J. L. Hennessy and D. Patterson: A Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach; Elsevier. H. S. Stone: High performance computer architecture; Addison‐Wesley. MACHINE LEARNING Pre-requisite- CS 1301, CS 1302, CS 1304 Semester-8 LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, Decision Trees, Probability Primer, Bayes Decision Theory, Maximum‐likelihood and Bayesian Parameter Estimation, Non‐parametric Techniques, Bayes Networks, Optimization Primer, Linear Discriminant Functions, Support Vector Machines, Unsupervised Learning, Semi Supervised Learning, Reinforcement Learning Texts/Reference: 1. T. M. Mitchell: Machine Learning; McGraw Hill. 2. R. O. Duda, P. E. Hart, D. G. Strok: Pattern Classification; Wiley Interscience.

CS 1421

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Pre-requisite- NIL Semester-7 (Elective I)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, problems and techniques related to artificial intelligence Problem spaces and search, state space graph, production systems BFS and DFS Inroduction to heuristic search, hill climbing, best first search, A* algorithm, admissibility, AND/OR graph – AO* Predicate logic, rule‐based systems, forward vs backward reasoning, non‐monotonic reasoning, statistical reasoning, Dempster Shafer theory, Min‐Max search, Alpha‐Beta cut‐offs Case studies: MYCIN, R1 Programming languages: PROLOG, LISP Texts/Reference: 1. Rich and Knight: Artificial Intelligence; TMH. 2. N. J. Nilson: Principles of Artificial Intelligence; Narosa. 3. P. Norvig : Paradigms of AI programming; Elsevier. 4. P. Jackson: Introduction to Expert System; Addison‐Wesley. CS 1422 DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING Pre-requisite- CS 1205 Semester-7 (Elective I) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Fundamental steps in image processing, digital image representation, image acquisition and storage Visual Perception: Basic concepts, structure of human eye, image formation in eye, discrimination of brightness and adaptation, sampling and quantization Image transforms: Convolution and correlation, FFT and inverse FFT, Walse‐Hadamard and K‐L transforms, single value decomposition Image enhancement: Fundamental concepts, enhancement by point processing, intensity transform, histogram processing, spatial filtering, smoothening, median, sharpening and derivative filters, enhancement in frequency domain, low‐pass and high‐pass filtering Image restoration: Degradation model ‐ continuous and discrete, inverse filtering, removal of blur caused by uniform linear motion Image segmentation: Edge detection techniques, edge linking and boundary detection, local and global approaches, thresholding, region‐oriented segmentation, region growing, split and merge techniques Image Compression: Lossy and loss‐less compression techniques, feature extraction Texts/Reference: 1. R. C. Gonzalez and R. E. Woods: Digital Image Processing; Addison‐Wesley. 2. A. K. Jain: Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing; PHI. 3. B. Chanda, D. D. Majumder: Digital Image Processing and Analysis; PHI.

CS 1423

APPLIED GRAPH THEORY Pre-requisite- CS 1203 Semester-7 (Elective I)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to graphs and their representation, finite and infinite graphs, incidence and degree, path Directed graph, single source shortest path, all pair shortest path, directed acyclic graph, Euler’s graphs, Hamiltonian paths and circuits Basic results of trees, minimum cost spanning tree Introduction to cut‐sets and cut‐vertices, connectivity and separability Basic concepts of vector space of graph, sets with one or two operations, basis vector, circuit and cut‐set subspaces, orthogonal vectors and spaces Matrix representation of graph, incidence matrix, circuit matrix, path matrix, cut‐set matrix and adjacency matrix Texts/Reference: 1. N. Deo: Graph theory with applications to engineering and computer science; PHI. 2. T. H. Cormen, C. E. Leiserson, R. L. Rivest and C. Stein: Introduction to Algorithms;PHI. 3. A. Gibbons: Algorithmic graph theory; Cambridge Univ. Press. 4. V.K. Balakrishnan: Schaum’s outline of theory and problems of Graph theory; TMH. 5. E. Horowitz and S. Sahni: Fundamentals of Data Structures; Galgotia Pub. 6. J. L. Gross and J. Yellen: Handbook of Graph Theory; CRC Press. CS 1424 MOBILE ADHOC NETWORK Pre-requisite- CS 1302 Semester-7(Elective I) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Mobile Ad‐Hoc networking with a View of 4G Wireless, Off‐the‐Shelf Enables of Ad Hoc, IEEE 802.11 in Ad Hoc Networks: Protocols, Performance and Open Issues, Scatternet Formation in Bluetooth Networks , Antenna Beamforming and Power Control for Ad Hoc Networks, Topology Control in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, Broadcasting and Activity Scheduling in Ad Hoc Networks, Location Discovery, Routing Approaches in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Energy‐Efficient Communication in Ad Hoc Wireless, Ad Hoc Networks Security, Self‐Organized and Cooperative Ad Hoc Networking, Simulation and Modeling of Wireless, Mobile, and Ad Hoc Networks, Modeling Cross‐Layering Interaction Using Inverse Optimization Algorithmic Challenges in Ad Hoc Networks Texts/Reference: 1. Aggelou and George: Mobile Adhoc Networks; McGraw‐Hill. 2. Stefano Basagni (Editor), Marco Conti (Editor), Silvia Giordano (Editor), Ivan Stojmenovi and Cacute (Editor): Mobile Adhoc Networking; Wiley‐IEEE Press.

CS 1425

SIMULATION AND MODELING Pre-requisite- MA-1251 Semester-7 (Elective I)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to simulation and modelling, application areas, system and system environment, components of system, type of systems, model of a system, types of models and steps in simulation study Simulation of queuing systems such as single channel and multi channel queue, lead time demand, inventory system, reliability problem, time‐shared computer model, job‐shop model Concepts of discrete event simulation, model components, a discrete event system simulation, simulation formalisms, simulation of single channel queue, multi channel queue, inventory system and dump truck problem using event scheduling approach Use of probability and statistics in simulation, useful statistical model, discrete distribution, continuous distribution, empirical distribution and Poisson process Characteristics of queueing systems, queueing notations, long run measures of performance of queueing systems, Steady state behavior of Markovian models (M/G/1, M/M/1, M/M/C), overview of finite capacity and finite calling population models, Network of Queues Properties of random numbers, generation of true and pseudo random numbers, techniques for generating random numbers, hypothesis testing, various tests for uniformity (Kolmogorov‐Smirnov and chi‐Square) and independence (runs, autocorrelation, gap, poker) Texts/Reference:

1. 2. 3.

N. Deo: System Simulation With Digital Computer; PHI. Bernard P. Zeigler, Herbert Praehofer, Tag Gon Kim: Theory of Modeling and Simulation; Academic Press. J. Banks, J. S. Carson, B. L Nelson and D. M. Nicol: Discrete Event System Simulation; Pearson Ed.

CS 1426

HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION Pre-requisite- NIL . Semester-7 (Elective I)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to HCI, a brief history of HCI, user interface design, direct manipulation, cognitive framework of HCI, perception and representation, attention and interface design, memory in interface design, knowledge representation, user modelling, interaction with natural languages, next generation interface, user interface evaluation: heuristic evaluation, evaluation with cognitive models, evaluation with users model‐based evaluation Texts/Reference: 1. W. O Galitz: The essential guide to user interface design; Wiley. 2. B. Shneidermann: Designing the user interface; Pearson Ed. 3. A. Dix, J. Finlay, G. Abowd and R. Beale: Human – Computer Interaction; Prentice Hall. 4. Prece, Rogers and Sharps: Interaction Design; Wiley. 5. S. Lauesen: User Interface Design; Pearson Ed. CS 1431 COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY Pre-requisite- NIL Semester-7 (Elective II) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Historical perspective, geometric preliminaries. Convex hulls algorithms in 2d and 3d, lower bounds Triangulations: Polygon triangulations, representations, point‐set triangulations Voronoi diagrams: Algorithms, closest pair problems Delaunay triangulations: Algorithms (divide‐and‐conquer, flip, incremental), duality of Voronoi diagrams, properties (min‐max angle) Geometric searching: Point‐location, 2D linear programming with prune and search Visibility: Algorithms for weak and strong visibility, visibility with reflections, art‐gallery problems Arrangements of lines: 2D arrangements, zone theorem, many‐faces complexity, algorithms Sweep techniques: Plane sweep for segment intersections, Fortune's sweep for Voronoi diagrams, topological sweep for line arrangements Combinatorial geometry: Ham‐sandwich cuts, Helly's theorems, k‐sets Rectilinear geometry: Intersection and union of rectangles, rectangle searching Robust geometric computing Applications of computational geometry Texts/Reference: 1. M. Berg, O. Schwarzkopf, M. Kreveld and M. Overmars: Computational Geometry: Algorithms and Applications; Springer. 2. F. P. Preparata and M. I. Shamos: Computational Geometry: An Introduction; Springer. 3. J. O. Rourke: Computational Geometry in C; Cambridge University Press. CS 1432 WIRELESS NETWORKS Pre-requisite- CS 1302 Semester-7 (Elective II) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to wireless communication systems and networks Wireless technologies: Cellular wireless networks and systems principles, antennas and radio propagation, signal encoding and modulation techniques, spread spectrum, coding and error control Wireless Networking: Multiple access techniques, Mobile IP and WAP, Wireless systems and standards Wireless LANs: Wireless LAN technology, Wireless standard (IEEE 802.11 etc.), Ad‐hoc Networks, Bluetooth Texts/Reference: 1. T.S. Rappaport: Wireless Communications: Principles & Practice; Pearson Ed. 2. W. Stallings: Wireless Communications and Networks; Pearson Ed. CS 1433 INFORMATION THEORY AND CODING Pre-requisite- CS 1203, CS 1205 . Semester-7 (Elective II) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Concept of entropy and mutual information, application of entropy in feature extraction Entropy in stochastic processes: Entropy rates, markov chains, Hidden Markov models Data Compression: Kraft inequality and optimal coding, Huffman codes and optimality, Shanon‐Fano‐Elias coding, Arithmetic codes Channel capacity and Coding: Different channel models, concept of channel capacity, channel coding theorem, Fano’s inequality, Huffman codes, channel capacity theorem, Shanon’s limit, Random selection of codes, noiseless coding Error control codes: Concept of Linear block codes, cyclic codes, BCH codes, RS codes, Convolution codes Error Correcting techniques: Short‐random‐error correction by error‐trapping, burst‐error correction for block codes Coding and Digital Modulation: Trellis coded modulation Texts/Reference: 1. T. M. Cover and J. A. Thomas: Elements of Information Theory; Wiley. 2. R. Bose: Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography; TMH. 3. M. Y. Rhee: Error Correcting Coding Theory; McGraw‐Hill. 4. R. H. Morelos‐Zaragoza: The Art of Error Correcting Coding; Wiley. 5. S. Roman: Introduction to Coding and Information Theory; Springer. 6. W. C Huffman and V. Pless: Fundamentals of Error‐Correcting Codes; Cambridge. 7. I.S Reed and X. Chen: Error Control Coding for Data Network; Kluwer. 8. G. Wada: Coding Techniques: an introduction to compression and error control; Palgrive. 9. P. Garret: The Mathemetics of Coding Theory; Pearson. CS 1434 DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM Pre-requisite- CS 1302, CS 1304. Semester-7 (Elective II)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Concepts of distributed system and its general architecture, basic design issues in distributed system Naming: Naming of entities and concept of name space, name space implementation, locating mobile entities Process Management: Basic concepts of process and thread, threads in distributed system, code migration and its models, migration in heterogeneous environment, Introduction to RPC and RMI Synchronization: Basic synchronization techniques, physical and logical clocks, clock synchronization algorithms, global state, election algorithms Distributed mutual exclusion: Requirements, types and models of mutual Exclusion algorithms, discussion on mutual exclusion algorithms Distributed deadlock handling: Introduction to deadlock, deadlock prevention and avoidance techniques, deadlock detection/ resolution algorithms Agreement protocols: Basic concept of agreement protocols, different agreement problems, Byzantine agreement problem, Consensus problem, relations among agreement problems, solution to Byzantine agreement problem, application of agreement algorithm Texts/Reference: 1. G. Coulouris, J. Dollimore and T. Kindberg: Distributed Systems: Concepts and Design; Pearson Ed. 2. M. Singhal and N. G. Shivaratri: Advanced Concepts in Operating System; TMH. 3. A. S. Tanenbaum and M. V. Steen: Distributed Systems: Principles and Paradigms; Pearson Ed. 4. P. K. Sinha: Distributed Operating System; PHI. 5. A. S. Tanenbaum: Distributed Operating Systems; Pearson Ed.

CS 1435

DATA MINING Pre-requisite- CS 1306 Semester-7 (Elective II)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Types of data mining problems, process of data mining Statistical evaluation of big data: Statistical prediction, performance measures, pitfalls in data‐mining evaluation Data preparation: Data models, data transformations, handling of missing data, time‐dependent data, textual data Data reduction: Feature selection, principal components, smoothing data, case subsampling Predictive modelling: Mathematical models, linear models, neural nets, advanced statistical models, distance solutions, logic solutions, decision trees, decision rules, model combination Solution analyses: Graphical trend analyses, comparison of methods Future trends: Text mining, visualization, distributed data. Use of open‐source software Texts/Reference: 1. J. Han and M. Kamber: Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques; Morgan Kaufmann. 2. P. Tan, M. Steinbach and V. Kumar: Introduction to Data Mining; Addison Wesley. 3. D. J. Hand, H. Mannila and P. Smyth: Principles of Data Mining; MIT Press.

CS 1436

NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING Pre-requisite- CS 1302, CS 1304 Semester-7 (Elective II)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: NLP tasks in syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, applications in information extraction, question answering, machine translation, problem of ambiguity, role of machine learning, brief history N‐gram language models: Role of language models, simple N‐gram models, estimating parameters and smoothing, evaluating language models Part of speech tagging and sequence labelling: Lexical syntax, hidden markov models, maximum entropy models, conditional Random Fields Syntactic parsing: Grammar formalisms and treebanks, efficient parsing for CFGs, statistical parsing and probabilistic CFGs (PCFGs), lexicalized PCFGs Semantic Analysis: Lexical semantics and word‐sense disambiguation, compositional semantics, semantic role labelling and semantic parsing Texts/Reference: 1. D. Jurafsky and J. H. Martin: Speech and Language Processing; Prentice Hall. 2. C. Manning and H. Schütze: Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing; MIT Press. CS 1441 PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Pre-requisite- CS 1201 Semester-8 (Elective III) Introduction: Syntax, semantics and pragmatics, formal translation models Variables, Expressions & Statements: Binding time spectrum, variables and expressions, assignment, lvalues and r‐values, storage allocation, constants and initialization Types: Primitive types, pointers, structured types, coercion, notion of type equivalence, polymorphism, encapsulation, information hiding and abstraction Storage management: Static, dynamic, stack‐based, heap‐based Sequence control: Implicit and explicit sequencing with arithmetic and non‐arithmetic expressions, sequence control between statements Subprogram control: Subprogram sequence control, data control and referencing environments, parameter passing, static and dynamic scope, block structure Texts/Reference: 1. T.V. Pratt: Programming Languages; Pearson Ed. 2. K. C. Louden: Programming Languages: Principles and Practice; Addision‐Wesley. 3. A. Tucker and R. Noonan: Programming Languages: Principles and Paradigms; TMH. LTPC 3-0-0-6

CS 1442

APPLIED PARALLEL PROGRAMMING Pre-requisite- CS 1301 Semester-8 (Elective III)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, Introduction to CUDA C, CUDA Parallel Execution Model with Fermi updates, CUDA features and debugging, Memory bandwidth, Tiled Convolution, Parallel Computation Patterns ‐ Reduction Trees, Parallel Computation Patterns ‐ Prefix Sum (Scan), Floating Point Considerations, Atomic Operations and Histogramming, MPI and CUDA Programming Texts/Reference: 1. D. B. Kirk and W. Hwu: Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A hands‐on Approach; Morgan Kaufmann. 2. J. Sanders and E. Kandrot: CUDA by Example: An Introduction to General‐Purpose GPU Programming; Addison‐Wesley).

CS 1443

PATTERN RECOGNITION Pre-requisite- CS 1201

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Semester-8 (Elective III) Introduction: Introduction to pattern recognition, applications of pattern recognition, statistical, neural and structural approaches Statistical Pattern Recognition: Patterns and classifications, discriminant functions, Bayes decision rule, Nearest neighbour rule, probability of error Linear Discriminant functions: Perceptrons and training, LMSE approaches, unsupervised learning and clustering, feature extraction Syntactic Pattern Recognition: Formal languages and grammars, pattern grammars and higher dimensional grammars, parsing, automata realizations, stochastic grammars, grammatical interference, computation learning theory, Valiant’s framework Texts/Reference: 1. R. J. Schalkoff: Pattern Recognition: Statistical, Structural and Neural Approaches; Wiley. 2. R. O. Duda and P. E. Hart: Pattern Classification and Scene Analysis; Wiley. 3. L. Miclet: Structural methods in Pattern Recognition; North Oxford Academic.

CS 1444

CRYPTOGRAPHY AND SECURITY Pre-requisite- CS 1433 Semester-8 (Elective III)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction and Mathematical Foundations: Introduction, Overview on Modern Cryptography, Number Theory Probability and Information Theory Cryptosystems: Classical Cryptosystems, Cryptanalysis of Classical Cryptosystems, Shannon’s Theory Symmetric Key Ciphers: DES, AES Cryptanalysis of Symmetric Key Ciphers: Linear Cryptanalysis, Differential Cryptanalysis, Other Cryptanalytic Techniques, Overview on S‐Box Design Principles, Modes of operation of Block Ciphers Stream Ciphers: Pseudorandom functions, Hash functions ‐ The Merkle Damgard Construction, Message Authentication Codes (MACs) Asymmetric Key Ciphers: RSA Cryptosystem, Primality Testing, Factoring Algorithms, Discrete Logarithm Problem (DLP) and the Diffie Hellman Key Exchange algorithm, ElGamal Encryption Algorithm, Cryptanalysis of DLP Asymmetric Key Cryptography: Elliptic curve based cryptography Security: Secret Sharing Schemes, Kerberos, Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), Secure Socket Layer Texts/Reference: 1. D. Stinson: Cryptography Theory and Practice; Chapman & Hall/CRC. 2. C. K. Shyamala, N. Harini and T. R. Padmanabhan: Cryptography and Security; Wiley India. 3. O. Goldreich: Foundations of Cryptography, vol. I and vol. II; Cambridge Press. 4. Hoffstein, Pipher and Silvermman: An Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography; Springer. 5. A. Joux: Algorithmic Cryptanalysis; CRC Press. 6. B. A. Forouzan: Cryptography & Network Security; TMH. 7. W. Stallings: Cryptography and Network Security; TMH. 8. S. G. Telang: Number Theory; TMH.

CS 1445

VLSI DESIGN, TEST AND VERIFICATION Pre-requisite- CS 1301, CS 1401, CS 1404 Semester-8 (Elective III)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Digital VLSI Design Flow Specification, High level Synthesis, RTL Design, Logic Optimization, Verification and Test Planning, Design Representation, Hardware Specific Transformations Scheduling, Allocation and Binding: Basic Scheduling Algorithms (Time constrained and Resource Constrained), Allocation Steps ‐ Unit Selection, Functional Unit Binding, Storage Binding, Interconnect Binding, Allocation Techniques ‐ Clique Partitioning, Left‐Edge Algorithm, Iterative Refinement Logic Optimization and Synthesis: Heuristic Minimization of Two‐Level Circuits, Finite State Machine Synthesis, Multi‐Level Logic Synthesis, Multi‐Level Minimization

Binary Decision Diagram: Introduction and construction, Reduction rules and Algorithms, Operation on BDDs and its Algorithms, Representation of Sequential Circuits Temporal Logic: Introduction and Basic Operators, Syntax and Semantics of LTL, CTL and CLT*, Equivalence and Expressive Power Digital Testing: Introduction, Test process and Test economics, Functional vs. Structural Testing Defects, Errors, Faults and Fault Modelling (stuck at fault modelling), Fault Equivalence, Fault Dominance, Fault Collapsing and Checkpoint Theorem Fault Simulation: Circuit Modelling and Algorithms for Fault Simulation, Serial Fault Simulation, Parallel Fault Simulation, Deductive Fault Simulation, Concurrent Fault Simulation Circuit Testing: Introduction to Automatic Test Pattern Generation (ATPG) and ATPG Algebras, D-Calculus and D‐Algorithm, Basics of PODEM and FAN, ATPG for Single‐Clock Synchronous Circuits, Introduction to BIST architecture BIST Test Pattern Generation Texts/Reference: 1. D. D. Gajski, N. D. Dutt, A. C. H. Wu and S. Y. L. Lin: High‐Level Synthesis: Introduction to Chip and System Design; Springer. 2. S. Palnitkar: Verilog HDL: A Guide to Digital Design and Synthesis; Prentice Hall. 3. G. D. Micheli: Synthesis and optimization of digital circuits; TMH. 4. M. Huth and M. Ryan: Logic in Computer Science modelling and reasoning about systems; Cambridge Press. 5. Bushnell and Agrawal: Essentials of Electronic Testing for Digital, Memory & Mixed‐Signal Circuits; Kluwer Academic Publishers.

CS 1446

LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM Pre-requisite- CS 1304 Semester-8 (Elective III)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, Process management, Process scheduling, System calls, Interrupts and interrupt handlers, Memory management, VFS, Block I/O layer Texts/Reference: 1. R. Love: Linux Kernel Development; Pearson Education. 2. D. P. Bovet: Understanding the Linux Kernel; O'reilly. CS 1451 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK CALCULUS Pre-requisite- CS 1203, CS 1205, CS 1302, CS 1423 Semester-8 (Elective IV) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Network Calculus: Models for Data Flows, Arrival Curves, Service Curves, Network Calculus Basics, Greedy Shapers, Maximum Service Curve, Variable and Fixed Delay, Handling Variable Length Packets, Lossless Effective Bandwidth and Equivalent Capacity Mathematical Background: Basic Min‐plus and Max‐plus Calculus, Min‐Plus Calculus, Max‐Plus Calculus, Min‐plus and Max‐Plus System Theory, Min‐Plus and Max‐Plus Operators, Closure of an Operator Application of Network Calculus to the Internet: GPS and Guaranteed Rate Schedulers, The Integrated Services Model of the IETF, Schedulability, Application to Differentiated Services Optimal Multimedia Smoothing: Constraints Imposed by Lossless Smoothing, Minimal Requirements on Delays and Playback Buffer, Optimal Smoothing Strategies, Optimal Constant Rate Smoothing, Optimal Smoothing versus Greedy Shaping, Comparison with Delay Equalization FIFO Systems and Aggregate Scheduling: Introduction, General Bounds for Aggregate Scheduling, Stability of a Network with Aggregate Scheduling, Bounds for a FIFO Service Curve Element, Bounds for a Network of FIFO CBR Servers Packet Scale Rate Guarantees: Introduction, Adaptive Guarantee, Application to the Internet ‐ Packet Scale Rate Guarantee Time Varying Shapers: Introduction, Time Varying Shapers, Time Invariant Shaper with Non‐zero Initial Conditions, Time Varying Leaky‐Bucket Shaper Stochastic Network Calculus: Traffic Models for Stochastic Network Calculus, Server Models for Stochastic Network Calculus, Basic Properties of Stochastic Network Calculus, Analysis on Scheduling Disciplines

Texts/Reference: 1. J. Y. Le Boudec, P. Thiran: Network Calculus; Springer, LNCS 2050. 2. Y. Jiang and Y. Liu: Stochastic Network Calculus; Springer.


A. Kumar, D. Manjunath and J. Kuri: Communication Networking: An Analytical Approach; Elsevier.

CS 1452

LOGIC OF COMPUTER SCIENCE Pre-requisite- CS 1203, CS 1204, CS 1402 Semester-8 (Elective IV)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Propositional Logic: Orders and Trees, Propositions, Connectives, Truth Tables, Truth Assignments, Valuations, Tableau Proofs in Propositional Calculus, Soundness and Completeness of Tableau Proofs, Deductions from Premises and Compactness, Resolution, Refining Resolution, Linear Resolution, Horn Clause and PROLOG Predicate Logic: Predicates and Quantifiers, Terms and Formulas, Formation Trees, Structures, Lists, Semantics ‐ Meaning and Truth, Proofs ‐ Complete Systematic Tableaux, Soundness and Completeness of Tableau Proofs, Prenex Normal Form, Skolemization, Herbrand's Theorem, Unification, Unification Algorithm, Resolution, Linear Resolution Modal Logic: Possibility and Necessity, Knowledge or Belief, Frames and Forcing, Modal Tableaux, Soundness and Completeness Texts/Reference: 1. A. Nerode and R. A. Shore: Logic for Applications; Springer. 2. M. Fitting: First‐Order Logic and Automated Theorem Proving; Springer. 3. M. Ben‐Ari: Mathematical Logic for Computer Science; Springer.

CS 1453

WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK Pre-requisite- CS 1205, CS 1302, CS 1432 Semester-8 (Elective IV)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to sensor network, Unique constraints and challenges, Localization and Tracking, Networking Sensors, Infrastructure establishment, Sensor Tasking and Control, Sensor network databases, Sensor Network Platforms and tools, Industrial Applications and Research directions Texts/Reference: 1. F. Zhao and L. Guibas: Wireless Sensor Networks: An Information Processing Approach; Elsevier. 2. I. Stojmenovi and Cacute: Handbook of Sensor Networks: Algorithms and Architectures; Wiley.

CS 1454

SPEECH PROCESSING Pre-requisite- CS 1205 Semester-8 (Elective IV)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Fundamentals of speech science, Modelling speech production, Short‐term processing of speech, Linear prediction analysis, Cepstral analysis, Speech coding and synthesis, Speech enhancement, Recognition using templates and DTW, Recognition using hidden Markov models Texts/Reference: 1. J. Deller, J. Hansen and J. Proakis: Discrete‐Time Processing of Speech Signals; Wiley‐IEEE. 2. Rabiner and Schafer: Digital Processing of Speech Signals; Prentice Hall. 3. T. F. Quatieri: Discrete‐Time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and Practice; Prentice Hall.

CS 1455

FORMAL METHODS OF SYSTEM VERIFICATION Pre-requisite- CS 1205 Semester-8 (Elective IV)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Formal methods and hardware verification, Review of Propositional Calculus and Predicate Calculus, Axioms and rules of Floyd‐Hoare Logic, Application of Floyd‐Hoare logic to verify hardware circuits, Describing hardware directly in higher order logic Circuit representation: Combinational and sequential behaviour of circuits, Specification of hardware systems, Concept of OBDDs and ROBDDs and operation on ROBDDs

State space explosion problem: Symbolic data structure and symbolic model checking algorithms, Concept of on‐the‐fly model checking and automata‐theoretic model checking Study of verification tools: SMV and PVS Texts/Reference: 1. M. Huth and M. Ryan: Logic in Computer Science: Modelling and Reasoning about Systems; Cambridge University Press. 2. T. F. Melham: Higher Order Logic and Hardware Verification; Cambridge University Press. 3. E. M. Clarke, O. Grumberg and D. Peled: Model Checking; MIT Press. 4. K. L. McMillan: Symbolic Model Checking; Kluwer Academic Publisher.

CS 1456

NETWORK STORAGE MANAGEMENT Pre-requisite- CS 1304, CS 1307 Semester-8 (Elective IV)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Storage System: introduction, storage system environment – Disk drive components, Data protection ‐ RAID, Intelligent storage system Storage networking technologies and virtualization: Direct‐attached storage, introduction to SCSI, SAN, Network attaché storage, IP SAN, content‐addressed storage, virtualization Business Continuity: Backup and recovery Storage security and management

Texts/Reference: 1. G. Somasundaram and A. Shrivastava: Information Storage and Management Storing, Managing and protecting Digital information; Wiley.

CS 1471

NEURAL NETWORK Pre-requisite- NIL Semester-8 (Open Elective)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Biological neurons and artificial neurons, Model of an ANN, Activation functions used in ANNs, Typical classes of network architectures Mathematical Foundations and Learning mechanisms: Re‐visiting vector and matrix algebra, Statespace concepts, Concepts of optimization, Error‐correction learning, Memory‐based learning, Hebbian learning, Competitive learning Single layer perceptrons: Structure and learning of perceptrons, Pattern classifier‐introduction and Bayes' classifiers, Perceptron as a pattern classifier, Perceptron convergence, Limitations of perceptrons Feedforward ANN: Structures of Multi‐layer feedforward networks, Back propagation algorithm, Back propagation ‐ training and convergence, Functional approximation with back propagation, Practical and design issues of back propagation learning Radial Basis Function Networks: Pattern separability and interpolation, Regularization Theory, Regularization and RBF networks, RBF network design and training, Approximation properties of RBF Support Vector machines: Linear separability and optimal hyperplane, Determination of optimal hyperplane, Optimal hyperplane for nonseparable patterns, Design of an SVM, Examples of SVM Competitive Learning and Self organizing ANN: General clustering procedures, Learning Vector Quantization (LVQ), Competitive learning algorithms and architectures, Self organizing feature maps, Properties of feature maps Texts/Reference: 1. S. Haykin: Neural Networks: A comprehensive foundation; Pearson Education. 2. S. Kumar: Neural Networks: A classroom approach; TMH. 3. R. J. Schalkoff: Artificial Neural Networks; McGraw‐Hill. 4. D. W. Patterson: Artificial Neural Networks: Theory and Applications; Prentice Hall. 5. Hertz, Krogh and Palmer: Introduction to the Theory of Neural Computation; Addison‐Wesley. CS 1472 TIME SERIES ANALYSIS Pre-requisite- MA 1201(Prob. & Statistics) Semester-8 (Open Elective) LTPC 3-0-0-6

Models for time series: Time series data, Trend, seasonality, cycles and residuals, Stationary processes, Autoregressive processes, Moving average processes, White noise

Models of stationary processes: Purely indeterministic processes, ARMA processes, ARIMA processes, Estimation of the autocovariance function, Identifying a MA(q) process, Identifying an AR(p) process, Distributions of the ACF and PACF Spectral methods: Discrete Fourier transform, Spectral density, Analysing the effects of smoothing Estimation of the spectrum: Periodogram, Distribution of spectral estimates, Fast Fourier transform Linear filters: Filter Theorem, Application to autoregressive processes, Application to moving average processes, General linear process, Filters and ARMA processes, Calculating autocovariances in ARMA models Estimation of trend and seasonality: Moving averages, Centred moving averages, Slutzky‐Yule effect, Exponential smoothing, Calculation of seasonal indices Fitting ARIMA models: Box‐Jenkins procedure, Identification, Estimation, Verification, Tests for white noise, Forecasting with ARMA models State space models: Models with unobserved states, Kalman filter, Prediction, Parameter estimation Texts/Reference: 1. P. J. Brockwell and R. A Davis: Time Series: Theory and Methods; Springer. 2. C. Chatfield: The Analysis of Time Series: Theory and Practice; Chapman and Hall. 3. M. Kendall: Time Series; Charles Griffin. 4. G. E. P. Box, G. Jenkins and G. Reinsel: Time Series Analysis‐Forecasting and Control; Pearson Education.

CS 1481


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Soft and hard computing GA: Gene, Chromosome, Allele, Schemata theory, genotype, phenotype, competition and Selection – different types, Crossover –different techniques, elitism, mutation – different types, stopping criteria, Flow‐chart of GA Evolutionary algorithm: Simulated Annealing, Evolutionary programming, Hill climbing Fuzzy: Membership function, fuzzyfication function, fuzzy operator, inference rules, defuzzyfication Exploration and exploitation PSO, Ant Colony Optimization Texts/Reference: 1. D. E. Goldberg: Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization, and Machine Learning; Addison‐Wesley. 2. S. Rajasekaran and G. A. V. Pai: Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic, and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and Applications; PHI. 3. N. K. Sinha and M. M. Gupta: Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems: Theory and Application; Academic Press.

CS 1482

CLOUD COMPUTING Pre-requisite- NIL Semester-8 (Open Elective)

LTP C 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Definition, Characteristics, Components, Cloud provider, SAAS, PAAS, IAAS and Others, Organizational scenarios of clouds, Administering & Monitoring cloud services, benefits and limitations, Deploy application over cloud, Comparison among SAAS, PAAS, IAAS Cloud computing platforms: Infrastructure as service: Amazon EC2,Platform as Service: Google App Engine, Microsoft Azure, Utility Computing, Elastic Computing Cloud Technologies: Study of Hypervisors, Compare SOAP and REST Web services: SOAP and REST, SOAP versus REST, AJAX ‐ asynchronous 'rich' interfaces, Mashups ‐ user interface services Virtualization: Virtual machine technology, virtualization applications in enterprises, Pitfalls of virtualization Multitenant software: Multi‐entity support, Multi‐schema approach, Multi‐tenance using cloud data stores, Data access control for enterprise applications Data in the cloud: Relational databases, Cloud file systems ‐ GFS and HDFS, BigTable, HBase and Dynamo

Map‐Reduce and extensions: Parallel computing, The Map‐Reduce model, Parallel efficiency of Map‐ Reduce, Relational

operations using Map‐Reduce, Enterprise batch processing using Map‐Reduce, Introduction to cloud development, Example/Application of Map-Reduce, Features and comparisons among GFS,HDFS etc, Map‐Reduce model Cloud security: Vulnerability assessment tool for cloud, Privacy and Security in cloud, Architectural Considerations ‐ General Issues, Trusted Cloud computing, Secure Execution Environments and Communications, Security challenges ‐ Virtualization security management‐ virtual threats, VM Security Recommendations, VM‐Specific Security techniques, Secure Execution Environments and Communications in cloud Issues: Implementing real time application over cloud platform Issues in Intercloud environments, QOS Issues in Cloud, Dependability, data migration, streaming in Cloud. Quality of Service (QoS) monitoring in a Cloud computing environment Texts/Reference: 1. J. Hurwitz, R. Bloor, M. Kanfman and F. Halper: Cloud Computing for Dummies; Wiley India. 2. G. Shroff: Enterprise Cloud Computing; Cambridge University Press. 3. R. Krutz and R. D. Vines: Cloud Security; Wiley India.

Course Structure for B Tech (4 Year, 8 Semester Course) Electronics and Communication Engineering (to be applicable from 2012 entry batch onwards)
Course No CH-1101 /PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111 /PH-1111 ME-1111 Course Name Semester-1 Chemistry/Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Graphics Communication Skills Chemistry/Physics laboratory Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS L 3 3 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 13 MA-1201 EC -1201 CS-1201 EC-1202 EC-1203 EC-1211 Semester-3 Mathematics-III Signals, Systems & Networks Data Structure Analog Electronic Circuits Semiconductor Devices and Circuits Electronics Laboratory-I Physical Training - III NCC/NSO/NSS 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15 Semester-5 Digital Communication Computer Organization and Microprocessors Introduction to VLSI Design Electro Magnetic Field Theory and Wave Propagation Business Management Electronics Lab-III Electronics Lab-IV Electronics Lab-V Semester-7 EC-1401 EC-1402 EC-1XXX EC-1XXX XX-1XXX EC-1411 EC-1490 Principle of Optoelectronics and Fibre Optics Power Electronics Dept. Elective - I Dept. Elective - II Open Elective - I Electronics Laboratory-VIII Project - I 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 10 6 6 6 6 6 2 8 40 EC-1403 EC-1XXX EC-1XXX EC-1XXX XX-1XXX EC-1491 T 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 P 0 0 0 3 0 2 3 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 C 8 6 8 5 6 2 3 0 0 38 8 8 8 8 6 2 0 0 40 Semester-6 Digital Signal Processing Data Communication and Networks RF and Microwave Engineering Measurement and Instrumentation Control System Design Laboratory Electronics Laboratory-VI Electronics Laboratory-VII Semester-8 Advanced Communication Engineering Dept. Elective - III Dept. Elective - IV Dept. Elective - V Open Elective - II Project - II 3 3 3 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 6 6 6 6 6 10 40 EC-1204 EC-1205 EC-1206 EC-1207 HS-1201 EC-1212 Semester-4 Principles of Communication Engineering Pulse and Digital Electronic Circuits Analog Integrated Circuits and Technology Probability and Random Processes Managerial Economics Electronics Laboratory-II Physical Training - IV NCC/NSO/NSS Course No EC-1101 CS-1101 MA-1102 ME-1101 PH-1101/ CH-1101 CS-1111 EE-1111 PH-1111/ CH-1111 Course Name Semester-2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics-II Engineering Mechanics Physics/Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science Laboratory Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training –II NCC/NSO/NSS L 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15 T 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 P 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 C 6 6 8 8 8 2 2 2 0 0 42 8 8 8 8 6 2 0 0 40

EC 1301 EC 1302 EC 1303 EC 1304 HS 1301 EC-1311 EC 1312 EC 1313

3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 6

8 6 6 8 6 2 2 2 40

EC 1306 EC 1307 EC 1308 EC 1309 EC 1310 EC 1314 EC 1315 EC 1316

3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15

0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2

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6 6 6 8 8 2 2 2 40

NB: Industrial Training after Sixth Semester for a period of 4-6 weeks as an audit course. E1111 will be jointly offered by EE and EC Departments

LIST OF ELECTIVES Elective-I EC-1421 EC-1422 EC-1423 EC-1424 EC-1425 EC-1426 EC-1427 EC-1428 EC-1429 EC-1431 EC-1432 EC-1433 EC-1434 EC-1435 EC-1436 EC-1437 EC-1438 EC-1439 Advanced Microprocessors Optical Communication Networks Digital Image Processing Satellite Communication Information Theory, Coding and Cryptography Biomedical Instrumentation Biomedical Signal Processing Embedded Systems Analog and Digital Filter Design Elective-II Architecture of Digital Signal Processors Advanced VLSI Design Advanced Optical Communication Advanced Topics in Digital Signal Processing Antenna & Wave Propagation Detection & Estimation Theory Smart Antennas for Wireless Communication Reconfigurable Computing and Reconfigurable Hardwares Optimal and Adaptive Control System EC-1441 EC-1442 EC-1443 EC-1444 EC-1445 EC-1446 EC-1447 EC-1451 EC-1452 EC-1453 EC-1454 EC-1455 EC-1456 EC-1457 EC-1461 EC-1462 EC-1463 EC-1464 EC-1465 EC-1466 EC-1467 EC-1481 EC-1482 EC-1483 EC-1484 EC-1485 EC-1486 EC-1487 EC-1488 EC-1489

Elective-III VLSI-DSP Based Design Analog IC Design Adaptive Signal Processing Mobile and Cellular Communication Data Mining Telemetry CAD for VLSI Elective-IV Digital Speech Processing Industrial Instrumentation Advanced Instrumentation Advanced Topics in Wireless Communication Low Power VLSI Design VLSI for Signal Processing and Communication Simulation of devices and Circuits Elective-V Advanced Computer Organization &Architecture Under Water Acoustics Audio/Video Electronics and Broadcasting Telecommunication Switching and Networks RF and Microwave Integrated Circuits Topics in Information Security Adhoc and Sensor Networks Open Elective -II Optimization Methods in Engineering Machine Intelligence Human-Computer Interface Nano-Technology Selected Topics on Device and Circuit Selected Topics on VLSI Selected Topics on Control and Instrumentation Selected Topics on Communication and Signal Selected Topics on Power Electronics

EC-1471 EC-1472 EC-1473 EC-1474 EC-1475 EC-1476 EC-1477 EC-1478

Open Elective -I Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Process Control and Instrumentation Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Special Topics on Device and Circuit Special Topics on VLSI Special Topics on Communication and Signal Special Topics in Control and Instrumentation Special Topics on Power Electronics

EC 1101

BASIC ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- Physics, Basic Electrical Semester: 2

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Junction Diode: VI characteristics, large and small signal models and applications. BJTs and FETs: BJT: Constructional details, transistor current components, regions of operation, transistor as an amplifier, CB, CE and CC configuration, their input and output characteristics, transistor biasing, DC and AC load line, hybrid-π model. FET: General description of FET, constructional details, pinch off voltage, JFET volt ampere characteristics, transfer characteristics, MOSFET and its characteristics, FET biasing, small signal FET model. BJT and FET as amplifiers and switches: Amplifiers: CE amplifier, its graphical analysis, effect of Q point and R L on the amplifying action, determination of voltage gain, current gain, input and output resistance, frequency response of CE amplifier, FET amplifying action. Switches: BJT as switches, its input-output waveform, transistor switches with capacitive load, MOSFET as switch and loads. Introductory concept of digital systems: Introductory concept of a digital system, number systems, Boolean algebra, logic functions, logic gates, simplification of logical functions, SOP and POS form, K-map. Operational amplifier: Differential amplifier, differential and common mode operation, CMRR, application of opamps: adder, subtractor, integrator, and differentiator. Power supplies and voltage regulators: Rectifiers, capacitor filters, RC and LC filters, voltage multipliers, voltage regulation, and series voltage regulators using Zener diode. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Microelectronic Circuits Microelectronics Digital Design Fundamentals of Digital Electronics Integrated Electronics Sedra/Smith Millman and Grabel M. Morris Mano A Anand Kumar Millmann, Halkias Oxford University Press TMH Pearson PHI TMH LTPC 0-0-2-2

EE 1111

ELECTRICAL SCIENCES LABORATORY Pre-requisite-Basic Electronics Theory Semester: 2

Part-I: From Electronics and Communication Engineering: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introduction: safety, identification of electronic components, wiring your circuits, debugging, running the experiments, ground connection, and lab reports. Measurement using CRO. Diodes and their applications (full/half wave rectifier using center tapped transformer and bridge rectifier circuits). BJTs and amplifiers. MOSFET characteristics and applications. Basic characteristics of Op-Amps and applications. Boolean function realization using gates. Realization of other gates using universal gates.

Part-II: From Electrical Engineering 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Calibration of millimeter as a Voltmeter. Measurement of Power and Power factor using three ammeter methods. Measurement of Power and Power factor using three Wattmeter methods. V-I Characteristics of Lamp. Energy Measurement using energy meter. To determine the value of parameters of a series RC Circuit. Determination of self inductance of a coil at different core position.

8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Experiment on step-up/step-down transformer. Short circuit test and open circuit test of Transformer. V-I Characteristics of Diode. To measure the supply frequency using series resonance circuit. To verify Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem and maximum power transfer theorem. LTPC 3-1-0-8

EC 1201

SIGNALS, SYSTEMS, AND NETWORKS Pre-requisite- Basic Electrical, Network Theorems, Mathematics Semester: 3

Signal and System: Introduction, Continuous Time (CT) and Discrete Time (DT) Signals, transformation of the Independent variables, Exponential and sinusoidal Signals, Unit Impulse and Unit step Function, Continuous Time and Discrete Time Systems, Basic System properties. Linear Time Invariant (LTI) System: Introduction, Discrete Time Linear Time Invariant Systems: The Convolution Sum, CT LTI : The Convolution Integral, Properties of LTI systems, Casual LTI Systems described by Differential and Difference equations. Fourier Series Representation of Periodic Signals : Introduction, Fourier Series representation of CT Periodic Signals, Convergence of the Fourier series, Properties of CT Fourier series, Fourier series representation of DT periodic signals, Properties of DT Fourier series. The Continuous Time Fourier Transform : Representation of Aperiodic signals, the CT Fourier Transform, the Fourier Transform for periodic signals, Properties of the CT Fourier Transform, the Convolution property, the Multiplication property, Systems characterised by linear constant co-efficient Differential equations. The Discrete Time Fourier Transform : Representation of Aperiodic signals, the DT Fourier Transform, the Fourier Transform for periodic signals, Properties of the DT Fourier Transform, the Convolution property, the Multiplication property, Systems characterised by linear constant co-efficient Difference equations. The Laplace Transform : Introduction, properties of the Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform, Analysis and characterisation of LTI systems using Laplace Transform, switching transient analysis using Laplace Transform. The Z- Transform : Introduction, the Z- transform, the region of convergence for the Z-transform, the inverse Ztransform, properties of Z- transform, Analysis & characterisation of LTI systems using Z- transform, System function algebra and block diagram representations. Networks : Topological description, Network theorems, Two Port analysis. Text Books: 1. 2. 3. Signals and Systems Fundamentals of Signals and Systems Network Analysis A.V. Oppenheim, A.S. Willsky and H.S. Nawab M. J. Roberts M. E. Van Valkenburg Prentice Hall of India Tata McGraw Hill Prentice Hall of India

References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Signal Processing and Linear Systems Signals and Systems - Continuous and Discrete Signals and Systems Basic Circuit Theory Network Analysis and Synthesis B. P. Lathi R.F. Ziemer, W.H. Tranter and D.R. Fannin Simon Haykin, Barry van Veen C. A. Desoer and E. S. Kuh F. F. Kuo Oxford University Press Prentice Hall of India John Wiley and Sons Tata McGraw Hill Wiley India

LTPC DATA STRUCTURE 3-1-0-8 Pre-requisite- C language, Basics of computers Semester: 3 Introduction: Introduction to data types, Data structures and Abstract Data Types (ADT), Time and Space analysis of Algorithms- Order Notations. Lists: Linked list, Stack, Queue and Recursion, their implementation. Trees: Introduction, Binary tree, Binary search tree (BST), AVL trees, B Trees, B+ Trees; Implementation of dictionary and binary search tree, hashing and hash table. CS 1201

Graphs: Basic concepts, representations, Breadth-first and Depth-first Search. Sorting & Searching: Different sorting techniques, Tree searching and graph searching techniques. Memory management issues: Introduction, storage allocation, garbage collection, compaction. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Data Structures using C/C++ Data Structure The Art of Computer Programming (Vol. 1, 2, 3) Fundamentals of Data Structures Algorithms, Data Structures, Programs A.S.Tanenbaum, M.J.Augenstein V. Aho, J.D. Ullman D.E. Knuth E. Horowitz, S. Sahni N. Wirth Y.Langsam, Prentice Hall of India Addision-Wesley Addision-Wesley Galgotia Publication Prentice Hall of India

EC 1202

ANALOG ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Pre-requisite- Basic Electronics, Physics of semiconductor, Basic Electrical Semester: 3

LTPC 3-1-0-8

The Bipolar Junction Transistors: Basic BJT, DC Analysis of Transistors Circuits, BJT Biasing, Multistage Circuits. BJT and MOSFET Amplifiers: Analog Signals and Linear Amplifiers, Three Basic Amplifiers: Comparison, Multistage Amplifiers, Power Considerations. Amplifier Frequency Response: Amplifier frequency response, System transfer functions, Frequency response: Transistor amplifiers with Circuit Capacitors, Frequency Response: BJT & FET, High Frequency Response of Transistor Circuits. Ideal Operational Amplifiers & Op-Amp Circuits: Fundamental Op-Amp circuits, input, gain, and output stages, Parameters of practical Op-Amp, and Op-Amp applications. Feedback and Stability: Introduction to feedback, Basic feedback Concept, Ideal Feedback Topologies, Analysis of Feedback Amplifiers: Series – Shunt, Series – Series, Shunt – Shunt, Shunt – Series, Stability Analysis, Compensation Technique. Large Signal and power amplifiers: Harmonic distortion and power output, class A, class B, class AB, and class C amplifiers and their analysis. Thermal design considerations. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Electronic Circuits: Analysis and Design Microelectronics Circuits Microelectronics Microelectronics Microelectronic Circuits: Analysis and Design Donald A Neamen Sedra and Smith Behzad Razavi Millman and Grabel Rashid TMH Oxford University Press Wiley India Pvt Ltd TMH Cengage Engineering

EC 1203

SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES AND CIRCUITS Pre-requisite- Physics, Mathematics Semester: 3

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Review of semiconductor Physics: Solids, crystals, energy band, electrons, holes, effective mass, doping, Fermi level, carrier concentration, drift, mobility, generation and recombination, lifetime, diffusion, continuity equation, carrier transport phenomena. p-n junctions: Thermal equilibrium conditions, depletion regions, depletion capacitance, current-voltage characteristics, charge storage and transient behavior, junction breakdown. Bipolar Junction Transistor: The transistor action, static characteristics of BJT, frequency response and switching of BJT, the heterojunction BJT.

MOSFET and related devices: Introduction, MOS capacitor, capacitance voltage characteristics of MOS structure, MOSFET basic characteristics, the CMOS inverter, the thin film transistor (TFT) Metal semiconductor contacts: Metal semiconductor contacts, the Schottky barrier, the ohmic and rectifying contacts. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Solid State Electronics Devices Introduction to Semiconductor Materials and Devices Semiconductor Devices: Physics & Technology Streetman and Banerjee M. S. Tyagi S. M. Sze PHI Wiley India Pvt Ltd John Wiley & Sons LTPC 0-0-2- 2

EC 1211

ELECTRONIC LABORATORY – I (LEC) Pre-requisite- Basic Electronics Semester: 3

LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 1. Design a transistor bias circuit. 2. Design a two stage RC coupled amplifier-using BJT. 3. Design a single stage amplifier using FET. 4. Design a power supply with C filter. 5. Design a voltage regulator. 6. Design a push pull class B amplifier without input and output transformer. 7. Design an integrator. 8. Design a differentiator. 9. Design a smith trigger. 10. Design a monostable/astable multivibrator.

EC 1204

PRINCIPLE OF COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Pre-requisite- Signal & System Semester: 4

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction: Historical Review, Elements of an Electrical Communication System, Communication Channel and their Characteristics, Mathematical Models for Communication Channels. Review of Signals and Systems: Review of Fourier Transform, Rayleigh’s Energy Theorem, the inverse relationship between time and frequency, Dirac Delta Function, transformation of signals through Linear systems, Paley-Wiener Criterion, Hilbert transform, Band Pass signals, Transmission of Band Pass signals, Phase and group delay. Analog Signals Transmission and Reception: Introduction, Amplitude Modulation, Double side Band Suppressed carrier Amplitude Modulation, Single side band Amplitude Modulation, Vestigial side band Modulation, Implementation of AM Modulators and De-Modulators, Frequency division Multiplexing, Angular Modulation, representation of FM and PM signals, Spectral Characteristic of Angular Modulated Signals, Implementation of Angle Modulators and De-Modulators, AM Radio Broadcasting, FM Radio Broadcasting. Effect of Noise on Analog communication System: Effect of Noise on AM, Effect of Noise on DSB-SCM, Effect of Noise on SSB-AM, Carrier Phase Estimation with Phase Locked loop, Effect of Noise on Angle Modulation, Threshold Effect in Angle Modulation, Pre-emphasis and De-emphasis in FM. Pulse modulation: Introduction, sampling process, pulse amplitude modulation (PAM), PPM, PWM, PDM, TDM, bandwidth-noise trade-off, Nyquist sampling theorem. Text Books: 1. Communication Systems Simon Haykin John Willey & Sons

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Communication Systems Engineering Communication Systems Communication Theory Principle  of Communication Syst ems Communication Theory Proakis & Salehi A.B.Carlson T.G.Thomas   & S Chandrasekhar H.Taub  & D.L.Schilling T.G.Thomas & S Chandrasekhar Pearson Education TMH/MGH TMH/MGH TMH/MGH TMH/MGH

EC 1205

PULSE AND DIGITAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Pre-requisite- Analog and Digital Electronics Semester: 4

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Linear Wave Shaping: Response to sinusoidal, Step, Pulse, Exponential and Ramp input to RC high-pass and lowpass circuits. Logic gates: Transfer characteristics, propagation delays, power consumption, fan-in, fan-out, TTL, ECL and MOS logic circuits. Number systems and codes: Signed and unsigned numbers and their arithmetic operations. BCD, Excess-3, Gray and Alphanumeric codes. Sequential circuits: Flip-flops- RS, JK, D-type, T-type and master-slave flip-flops. Flip-flop specifications. Counters – Binary, ripple, synchronous, Mod-K and decade counters and their design, Shift registrars and multivibrators. Combinational and Arithmetic circuits: Multiplexers, demultiplexers, decoders, encoders, parity checkers, half and full adders. DAC and ADC: Weighted resistance DAC, R-2R ladder network, flash ADC, single and dual slope ADC, successive approximation ADC. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Pulse, Digital and switching Waveforms Fundaments of Digital Circuits Microelectronics Digital Design Modern Digital Electronics Millman and Taub A. Anand Kumar Millman and Grabel M. Morris Mano R. P. Jain TMH PHI TMH Pearson TMH

EC 1206

ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND TECHNOLOGY Pre-requisite- Physics of semiconductors, Analog electronic circuits

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Semester: 4 Electronic Grade silicon, Czochralski Growing, Silicon shaping, Epitaxy, Molecular beam Epitaxy, Vapour phase Epitaxy, NMOS, CMOS fabrication and BiCMOS Technology. Current sources, analysis of difference amplifiers with active load, supply and temperature independent biasing techniques, voltage references. Analysis of Operational amplifier circuits, slew rate model and high frequency analysis, operational amplifier noise analysis and low noise operational amplifiers. Analysis of four quadrant and variable transconductance multiplier, voltage controlled oscillator, closed loop analysis of PLL. Design of MOS Operational Amplifier, CMOS voltage references, MOS Power amplifier and analog switches. Design techniques for switched capacitor filter, CMOS switched capacitor filters, MOS integrated active RC Filters. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Basic VLSI Design Analysis and Design of Analog ICs Principles of CMOS VLSI Design VLSI Technology Pucknell and Kamran Eshraghian Gray and Meyer Neil H E Weste & Kamran Eshraghian S M Sze PHI Wiley India Pvt Ltd Addison Wesley TMH

5. 6. 7.

Analog MOS Integrated Circuits Design of Analog Integrated Circuits and Systems Principles of Data Conversion System Design

Gray, Wooley, Brodersen Kenneth R. Laker, Willy M.C. Sansen, William M.C.Sansen Behzad Razavi

IEEE Computer Society Press TMH IEEE Computer Society Press

EC 1207

PROBABILITY AND RANDOM PROCESSES Pre-requisite- Mathematics Semester: 4

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Probability: Introduction, set definitions, set operators, experimental and sample spaces, discrete and continuous sample space, events, probability definition and axioms, joint probability, conditional probability, total probability, Baye’s theorem, two events, multiple events, properties of independent events. The Random Variable: Introduction, definition of random variable, conditions for a function to be a random variable, discrete and continuous random variables, distribution and density function, Gaussian random variables, conditional distribution and density functions. Operation on one random variable: Expected value of a random variable, conditional expected value, moments about the origin, central moments, variance and skew, monotonic transformation of a continuous random variables, non-monotonic transformations of a continuous random variables, transformation of a discrete random variables. Two random variables: Bivariate distributions, joint distribution and density, marginal distribution and density functions, conditional distribution and density, statistical independence, distribution and density of a sum of random variables. Random processes: Introduction, the random process concept, classification of processes, stationarity and independence, distribution and density functions, statistical independence, first order stationary processes, second order and wide sense stationary, time averages and ergodicity, correlation functions, covariance function. Spectral characteristics of random processes: Power density spectrum and its properties, bandwidth of the power density spectrum, relationship between power spectrum and autocorrelation function, cross power spectral density and its properties. Noise: White noise, shot noise, thermal noise, noise equivalent bandwidth. Random signal response of linear systems: System response-convolution, mean and mean squared value of system response, autocorrelation function of a response, cross-correlation function of input and output, power density spectrum of response, band-pass, band-limited and narrow-band processes. Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Probability, Random Variables & Random Signal Principles Probability, Random variables & Stochastic Processes. Probability and Stochastic Processes for engineers. Probability and Random processes for electrical engineers. P.Z. Peebles A. Papoulis C.W.Helstrom A.Leon-Garcia TMH TMH Macmillan Coll Div Pearson Education LTPC 0-0-2-2

EC 1212

ELECTRONICS LABORATORY II (DEC) Pre-requisite- EC Lab-I Semester: 4

LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 1. Study of PIN diagram of various ICs & to test the logic gates and verify their truth table. 2. Implementation of Half adder, Full adder & Half Subtractor using NAND gates only. 3. Implementation of Boolean functions of three and four variables using 74153 (4:1) Mux. 4. To add two 4 bit binary numbers using 7483. 5. To compare two 4 bit binary number using 7485 (magnitude comparator). 6. To verify the operation of different modes of shift Register using 7495. 7. To design an asynchronous counter of any modulus using JK FF’s (7473). 8. To design a synchronous counter of any arbitrary count using 7473.

EC 1301

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Pre-requisite- Probability & random process, Signal & System, Analog Communication Semester: 5

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction: A historical perspective in the development of Digital Communication, elements of a digital communication system, analog versus digital communication system. Pulse modulation: Introduction, quantization process, PCM, DPCM, DM, Adaptive DPCM, sub-band coding, linear predictive coding. Base band pulse transmission: Introduction, matched filter, error rate due to noise, inter symbol interference, Nyquist’s criterion for distortion less base band binary transmission, correlative level coding. Digital pass-band transmission: Introduction, pass band transmission model, Gram Schmidt orthogonalization procedure, geometric representation of signals, response of bank of correlators, to noisy input, coherent detection of signals in noise, probability of error, correlation receiver, detection of signals with unknown phase, hierarchy of digital modulation techniques, coherent binary PSK, coherent binary FSK, coherent QPSK, coherent minimum shift keying, differential phase shift keying, comparison of binary & quaternary modulation schemes, M-ary modulation techniques, power spectra, bandwidth efficiency, synchronization. Source coding: Mathematical models of information sources, a logarithmic measure of information, source coding theorem, source coding algorithms- the Huffman source coding algorithm & the Lempel-Ziv source coding. Channel capacity & coding: Modelling of communication channels, channel capacity, bounds on communication, coding for reliable communication, linear block codes, cyclic codes, convolutional codes, Turbo Codes. Spread Spectrum and Multiple Access Techniques: Introduction to Spread Spectrum Modulation, Code Acquisition and Tracking, Spread Spectrum as a Multiple Access Techniques Text Books: 1. Digital communication Simon Haykin John Willey & Sons

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Digital communication Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems Introduction to Digital Communication Digital and Analog Communication Systems John G Proakis B.P.Lathi Simon Haykin M.B.Pursley L.W.Couch McGraw Hill Oxford John Willey & Sons PHI Pearson

EC 1302


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- Digital Electronics Semester: 5 Introduction: Fundamental concepts of design methodologies; Basic organization of computer. CPU, address bus, data bus and control bus. Input/Output devices, buffers, encoders, latches and memories. Brief introduction to comparison of different features in 8085 and 8086 microprocessors. Processor Design: Basic organization; Instruction set; ALU organization; Fixed-point and Floating-point arithmetic. Controller Design: Basic concepts; Design of Hardwired control and Micro-programmed control units. Memory Organization: Basic organization; Virtual memory; Memory hierarchical structure; Page, Segment and File concept; Memory interleaving; Cache & Associative memories. Microprocessor Architecture: Internal Data Operations and Registers, Pins and Signals, Peripheral Devices and Memory Organization, Interrupts. 8085 Microprocessor Instructions: Classification, Format and Timing. Instruction Set. Programming and Debugging, 8 Bit And 16 Bit Instructions. 8085 Microprocessor Interfacing: 8259, 8257, 8255, 8253, 8155 chips and their applications. A/D conversion, memory, keyboard and display interface (8279).

Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Computer System Architecture Digital Design Computer Architecture and Organization Computer Organization Computer Organization Computer Organization and Design MicroprocessorsPrinciples and Applications Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications M.M.Mano M.M.Mano J.P. Hayes V.C. Hamacher, Z.G.Vrasenic, S.G.Zaky A.S. Tanenbaum P. Pal Chaudhuri Ajit Pal S.R. Gaonkar Pearson Education Pearson Education McGraw-Hill McGraw-Hill PHI PHI Tata McGraw-Hill Penram International Publishing India Pvt Ltd

EC 1303

INTRODUCTION TO VLSI DESIGN Pre-requisite- Basic Circuit Analysis, Physics of Semiconductors Semester: 5

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Issues and challenges in Digital IC Design: General overview of design hierarchy, layers of abstraction, integration density and Moore’s law, VLSI design styles. MOSFET fabrication: Basic steps of fabrication, CMOS p-well and n-well processes, layout design rules, BiCMOS fabrication process; Latch-up immune designs. CMOS Inverter: MOS device model with sub-micron effects, VTC parameters (DC characteristics), CMOS propagation delay, Parasitic capacitance estimation, Layout of an inverter, Switching, Short-circuit and leakage Components of Energy and Power. Interconnects: Resistance, Capacitance Estimation, delays, Buffer chains, Low swing drivers, Power distribution, and performance optimization of digital circuits by logical effort sizing. Combinational logic design: Static CMOS construction, Ratioed logic, Pass transistor, Transmission gate logic, DCVSL, Dynamic logic design considerations, Noise considerations in dynamic design, Power dissipation in CMOS logic, Domino and NORA designs. Sequential circuits design: Classification, Parameters, Static latches and register, Race condition, Dynamic latches and registers, Two phase vs. Single phase clock designs, Pulse based registers; Design of arithmetic building blocks like adders (static, dynamic, Manchester carry-chain, look-ahead, linear and square-root carry-select, carry bypass and pipelined adders) and multipliers (serial - parallel, Booth’s and systolic array multipliers (optional)). Semiconductor memories: Non-volatile and volatile memory devices, flash memories, SRAM cell design, Differential sense amplifiers, DRAM design, Single ended sense amplifier. Testing in VLSI: Defects, Fault models, Path sensitization, Scan, Built-in-self Test (BIST), IDDQ. Text/Reference books: 1. Digital Integrated Circuits- A Design Perspective 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and Systems Perspective Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits in Deep submicron Technology CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits Analysis and Design Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems Modern VLSI Design - System on Chip design

J.M. Rabaey, A. Chandrakasan and B. Nikolic N. Weste and D. Harris D. A. Hodges, H. G. Jackson, and R. Saleh S.Kang and Y.Leblebici J. P. Uyemura W. Wolf

PHI,2003, 2/e Pearson,2010,4/e TMH,2003,3/e TMH ,2002,3/e Wiley India Pvt Ltd,2001,1/e PHI,2002, 3/e

EC 1304

ELECTRO MAGNETIC FIELD THEORY AND WAVE PROPAGATION Pre-requisite- Vector Calculus, Engineering Mathematics Semester: 5

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Vector calculus: Cartesian, Cylindrical and spherical co-ordinate systems, differential lengths, surfaces and volumes. Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, Electric field, intensity, electric flux density, Gauss’s law and applications, divergence and divergence theorem, potential difference and potential gradient, Electric dipole and dipole moment, Energy in electric field. Steady magnetic fields: Biot Savart’s law, Amperes circuital law and application, Curl and Stroke’s theorems, Magnetic flux density and magnetic flux, scalar and vector magnetic potentials Maxwell’s equations and time varying fields, Faraday’s law, displacement current, Maxwell’s Equations in point & integral form, Retarded potentials, Uniform Plane waves: Maxwell’s equation in phasor form, wave equation in general medium and perfect dielectric mediums, Solution of wave equations, intrinsic impedance, velocity and wavelength, conductors and dielectrics, depth of penetration, Poynting’s vector theorem. Reflection of Electromagnetic Waves: Reflection of Electromagnetic waves: Normal incidence, standing waves, laws of reflection, reflection of obliquely incident waves, Brewster’s angle. Different modes of Radio Wave Propagation: Ground Wave Propagation, Tilt, Sky Wave Propagation, MUF, Skip Distance, Critical Frequency, Virtual Height. Space Wave Propagation, Modified Refractive Index, Its effects on wavepropagation, Propagation over Plane Earth and spherical earth, Anomalous Propagation, Diffraction, Duct Propagation, Troposphere Propagation. Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Microwave Engineering Foundation for microwave engineering Microwave and Radar Engineering Microwave Devices and Circuits Microwave Passive Circuits Pozar RE Collin A.K.Gautam Liao Rizzi Wiley Wiley S. K. Kataria & Sons Pearson PHI

ELECTRONICS LABORATORY III (MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS) Pre-requisite- Digital Electronics, Microprocessor Theory Semester: 5 LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 8085: 1. 2. 3. Familiarization with the Microprocessor kit. To move one block of data from one location to another a. Addition of two numbers b. Addition of two BCD numbers c. Addition of N number of one byte numbers Subtraction one byte from another byte for all the cases a. Multiplication of two bytes using successive addition b. Multiplication by shift and add method. 6. 7. 8. 1. 1. a. To find the smallest number from the block of data b. To arrange the numbers of data in descending order To control the speed of and direction of stepper motor To interface LED matrix 8086: First three problems using 8086 8051: Data Transfer - Block move, Exchange, Sorting, Finding largest element in an array.

EC 1311

LTPC 0-0-2-2

4. 5.

2. 3. 4.

Arithmetic Instructions - Addition/subtraction, multiplication and division, square, Cube – (16 bits Arithmetic operations – bit addressable). Simple Calculator using 6 digit seven segment display and Hex Keyboard interface to 8051. Alphanumeric LCD panel and Hex keypad input interface to 8051.

EC 1312

ELECTRONICS LABORATORY IV (VLSI) Pre-requisite- VLSI Theory Semester: 5

L T P C 0- 0- 2- 2

LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 1. 2. Static characteristics of an inverter in schematic. Static characteristics of two input NAND gate, two input NOR gate, two input AND gate, two input OR gate in schematic. 3. Static characteristics of inverter in layout. 4. Transfer and transient characteristics of two input NAND gate, two input OR gate, two input AND gate and two input NOR gate in layout. 5. Realize a 2-input EXOR gate in schematic and draw its layout and simulate. 6. Realize a 1-bit full adder in CMOS schematic and simulate. Generate layout using tool option and simulate. 7. Realize a Boolean expression y=NOT ((A+B) (C+D) E) in schematic and draw its layout and simulate. 8. 4 x 1 MUX using transmission gates in schematic and layout and simulate. 9. D Flip-Flop, JK Flip-Flop and T Flip-Flop in CMOS schematic and layout. 10. Four bit asynchronous counter using T Flip-Flop as a cell in schematic. 11. Four bit synchronous counter using T Flip-Flop as a cell in schematic. 12. Four bit shift register using D Flip-Flop as a cell in schematic ELECTRONICS LABORATORY V (COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING) Pre-requisite- Analog & Digital Communication Semester: 5 LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: EC 1313 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. LTPC 0-0-2-2

Experiment of Modulation Demodulation Techniques on (a) AM (b) DSB-SC (c) SSB-SC (d) FM Experiment on analog Pulse modulation such as PAM, PWM Experiment of modulation and demodulation techniques of PCM. Experiment on TDM-PCM system. Experiment of generation and reconstruction of ASK, FSK, PSK, QPSK. Experiment on channel/source coding. Any innovative or established design of communication*(analog/digital) circuit/logic through ASIC /reconfigurable board. LTPC 3-0-0-6

EC 1306

Pre-requisite- Signals and Systems, Mathematics Semester: 6

Review of discrete time signals and systems: Linearity, causality, stability, discrete time Fourier transform, sampling and z-transform. Structures for Discrete-time Systems: Block diagram representation of linear constant coefficient difference equations - their interconnection schemes, direct form-I, direct form-II, cascade form and parallel form structures, Finite word-length effect-number representation, analysis of effect of coefficient quantization and rounding of noise, zero input limit cycles in fixed-point realizations of IIR digital filters. Discrete Fourier Transforms and other transforms: Frequency domain sampling; the DFT and properties of DFT, circular convolution; linear convolution using DFT. Computational complexity, FFT algorithms - the decimationin-time and decimation-in-frequency, signal flow graph-Butterfly computations, in-place computations; analysis of computational complexity, other transforms such as DCT, Haar and Walsh Hadmard transform. Filter Design Techniques: Characteristics of practical frequency selective filter, design of FIR filters by windowing, Characteristics of Butterworth & Chebyshev filters, frequency transformation, design of IIR filters from continuous-time filters, Impulse invariance & bilinear transformation methods, MATLAB based examples. Multirate DSP:Introduction to multirate DSP, decimation and interpolation, polyphase decomposition, uniform DFT filter banks, quadrature mirror filters and perfect reconstruction. Multiresolution Analysis: Introduction to multiresolution analysis, discrete wavelet transforms.

Text/Reference Books: 1.


Digital Signal Processing : Principles, Algorithms And Applications Discrete-Time Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing Theory and Application of Digital Signal Processing Digital Filters: Analysis, Design and Applications Digital Signal with MATLAB Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing

J. G. Proakis Manolakis


D.K. and

Alan V. Oppenheim Ronald W. Schafer Sanjit K. Mitra L. R. Rabiner and B. Gold A. Antoniou

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

V. K. Ingle and J. G. Proakis E. C. Ifeachor and B. W. Jervis T. J. Cavicchi

Prentice Hall India, New Delhi, 4th Edition 2006 Prentice Hall India, New Delhi, 3rd Edition, 2009. Tata McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition, 2006 Prentice Hall of India, 2005 Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2003 Cenage Learning, 2008 Pearson Education, 2005 John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Singapore, 2002
LTPC 3-0-0-6

EC 1307

DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKS Pre-requisite- Analog Communication, Digital Communication, Digital Electronics Semester: 6

Overview of data communication and Networking: Data communications components, data representation (ASCII, ISO etc.), direction of data flow (simplex, half duplex, full duplex); Networks: distributed processing, network criteria, physical structure (type of connection, topology), categories of network (LAN, MAN, WAN); Internet: brief history, internet today; Protocols and standards; Reference models: OSI reference model, TCP/IP reference model, their comparative study. Physical layer: Overview of data (analog & digital), signal (analog & digital), transmission (analog & digital) & transmission media (guided & non-guided); Review of data transmission principles, transmission components; Different line coding techniques, digital carrier modulation techniques: ASK, PSK, QPSK, QAM, M*ary digital modulation; data compression techniques, TDM, FDM, WDM; Circuit switching: time division & space division switch, Packet switching. Data link layer: Types of errors, framing (character and bit stuffing), error detection & correction methods; Flow control, Protocols: Stop & wait ARQ, Go-Back-NARQ Selective repeat ARQ, HDLC; Point to point protocol, token bus, token ring, Reservation, polling Multiple access protocols: Pure ALOHA, Slotted ALOHA, CSMA, CSMA/CD, FDMA, TDMA, CDMA; Traditional Ethernet, fast Ethernet; Network layer: Internetworking & devices: Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges, Switches, Router, Gateway; Addressing: Internet address, classful address, subnetting; Routing: techniques, static vs. dynamic routing, routing table for classful address; Routing algorithms: shortest path algorithm, flooding, distance vector routing, link state routing; Protocols: ARP, RARP, IP, ICMP, IPV6; Unicast and multicast routing protocols. Transport layer: Process to process delivery; UDP; TCP; Congestion control algorithm: Leaky bucket algorithm, Token bucket algorithm. Application layer: DNS; SMTP, SNMP, FTP, HTTP & WWW; Introduction to Network Security: introduction to Cryptography, Data Encryption standard, RSA Algorithm, Digital signature, public keys, IPSec.

Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Computer Networks Data and Computer Communications Network for Computer Scientists & Engineers Data Communications and Networking Data & Computer Communication

A.S.Tanenbaum W. Stallings Zheng & Akhtar B.A. Forouzan Black

Pearson Education/PHI, 4th Ed. PHI/Pearson Education, 5th Ed. OUP TMH, 3rd Ed. PHI

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Data Communication & Network Digital & Data Communication Understanding Data Communication & Network Computer Networking +A top down approach featuring the internet Communication Networks Communication Networks InternetworkingwithTCP/IP,vol.1,2,3

Miller Miller Shay Kurose and Rose Leon, Widjaja Walrand Comer Garica,

Vikas Jaico Vikas Pearson Education TMH TMH Pearson Education/PHI, 4th Ed.
LTPC 3-0-0-6

EC 1308

RF AND MICROWAVE ENGINEERING Pre-requisite- Electromagnetic Field Theory and Maxwell Equations Semester: 6

Introduction: RF & Microwave Spectrum. Historical Background. Typical applications of RF & Microwaves. Transmission lines and Waveguides: Circuit model for transmission lines, loss less and lossy lines, field analysis of transmission lines, Smith chart, impedance matching. Rectangular and Circular Waveguides. Node structures, Cut-off frequency, Propagation characteristics, Wall current, Attenuation constant, Waveguide excitations. Waveguide Passive Components: Waveguide Resonators-Rectangular & Cylindrical; Resonant frequencies, Mode structures, Q factor, Co-axial Resonators; Excitation & Coupling of cavities, Design of resonators. N-port networks – circuit representations, Z – matrix, Y – matrix, S – matrix, transmission matrix; their relationships; Attenuators, Phase shifter, Directional couplers, Bethe-hole coupler, Magic Tee, Hybrid ring, Circulators, Isolators. Microwave Tubes: Limitations of conventional tubes in microwaves; Multi cavity Klystron, Reflex Klystron; Magnetron; Travelling Wave Tube; Backward Wave Oscillator- working principles, characteristics. Semiconductor Microwave Devices: Tunnel diode, Gunn diode, IMPATT diode, TRAPATT diode, Microwave bipolar Transistor, hetero junction bipolar transistor, Microwave field effect transistor. Planar Structures: Strip Lines: Microstrip lines, coplanar structures, Slot lines, Suspended strip lines, Fin lines – configurations, Field patterns, propagation characteristics, Design considerations. Comparison of characteristics of lines. Basic Microwave Measurements: Measurement of frequency, impedance, SWR and Power. Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Microwave Engineering Foundation for microwave engineering Microwave and Radar Engineering Microwave Devices and Circuits Microwave Passive Circuits Pozar RE Collin A.K.Gautam Liao Rizzi Wiley India Pvt Ltd Wiley India Pvt Ltd S. K. Kataria & Sons Pearson PHI

EC 1309

MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION Pre-requisite- Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Semester: 6

L T P C 3-1-0-8

Concept of Measurement: Errors in measurement: Systematic errors & Random errors- errors analysis, performance characteristics & functional description of instrumentation system: zero order, First & second order Instruments. Electronic Instruments: Electronic Voltmeter , Electronic multi meter , Electronic ohm-meter , chopper stabilized amplifier , Q- meter , Wave Analyzers , Spectrum Analyzers. Electronic Test Equipments & Display Devices: CRO, Frequency meter, data loggers, digital read out systems, Magnetic tape Recorder. Signal conditioning system: Instrumentation Amplifier, Isolation Amplifier, DAC & ADC, Multiplexers, Sample & Hold Circuits. Transducers: Measurements of displacement, strain, pressure, flow, temperature, force. Actuators: Solenoid valve, Stepper motor, relays. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. Principle of Industrial Instrumentation Transducer and Instrumentation D. Patranabis D.V.S Murty TMH PHI

EC 1310

CONTROL SYSTEM Pre-requisite- Mathematics, Signal & System Semester: 6

LTPC 3-1-0-8

Introduction to Automatic Control: Basic elements of control systems, Functional block diagram of a control system. Control terminology, Open loop and closed loop control systems, examples of automatic control systems. Basic elements of a servo machines. The Control Problem: Models of physical systems, differential equations, transfer functions and state variable models of simple control components, block diagrams and reduction technique, transfer functions of physical systems, signal flow graph and Mason’s gain formula. Control System Characteristics: Standard test signals, Order of systems, concepts of time constant, Dynamic characteristics of systems, Linear and non-linear systems, step response of first order and second order systems – overshoot and undershoot, damping ratio, Steady state response and error. Stability, sensitivity and disturbance rejection and steady-state accuracy. Characteristic equation, Routh’s stability criteria. Relative stability indices – phase margin and gain margin , root locus analysis, frequency response plots: Bode plots and Nyquist stability criterion. Design of Control System: Classical design – root locus and frequency response based design for phase-lead, phase-lag and PID controllers, Modern design: pole placement design, controllability and observability. Introduction to Advanced Control Systems: Introduction to Digital control system , adaptive control, Fuzzy Logic control, Neural Control, Neuro-Fuzzy control. Text/ Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Modern Control Engineering Control System Automatic Control Systems K. Ogata M.Gopal Benjamin C. Kuo Prentice Hall India Tata McGraw Hill Prentice-Hall Inc. LTPC 0-0-2-2

EC 1314

DESIGN LABORATORY Pre-requisite-Microprocessor, Analog, Digital, Communication Semester: 6

A student has to do an electronic hardware mini-project in broad areas like communication, electronic systems design, control and instrumentation, computer, power systems and signal processing. The project involves laying down the specifications, design, prototyping and testing. The project must have major hardware modules involving active discrete components and integrated circuits.

Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Digital Design Art of Electronics Analysis and Design of Digital Integrated Circuits in Deep submicron Technology The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications Electronic Instruments Handbook The Circuit Designer’s Companion Trouble shooting Analog Circuits M. M. Mano P. Horowitz and W. Hill D. A. Hodges, H. Jackson, and R. Saleh G. Pearson Cambridge Press TMH American League TMH Newnes Elsevier




C. F. Coombs T. Williams R. Pease

LTPC ELECTRONICS LABORATORY VI (CONTROL SYSTEM) Pre-requisite-Signal & System, Mathematics Semester: 6 LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. EC 1315 0-0-2-2

Familiarization with MATLAB Control System tool Box, MATLAB- SIMULINK tool box Determination of step response for 1st order & 2nd order system & calculation of control system specifications for variations of system design using MATLAB Simulation of step response & impulse response for Type-I & Type-II system with unity feedback using MATLAB. Determination of root locus, Bode-plot, Nyquist Plot, using MATLAB control system toolbox for a given 2nd order transfer function & determination of different control system specifications. Determination of PI, PD, and PID controller action on 1st order simulated process Determination of approximate transfer function experimentally using Bode Plot Evaluation of steady-state error, setting time, percentage peak, overshoots, gain margin, phase margin with addition of lead compensator in forward path transfer functions using MATLAB. Stability analysis of linear system Determination of transfer functions of nonlinear dynamic system using Simulink

EC 1316

ELECTRONICS LABORATORY VII (DSP) Pre-requisite- DSP Theory, MATLAB Semester: 6

LTPC 0-0- 2- 2

LIST OF THE EXPERIMENTS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Familiarization with Code Composer Studio & DSP 6713 & DSP 6416 Kit Wave form generation (Sine Wave, Triangular wave, Stair case wave form etc. ) Sampling and sampling rate conversion with Code Composer Studio & DSP 6713 & DSP 6416 Kit Quantization with Code Composer Studio & DSP 6713 & DSP 6416 Kit Implementation of Second order IIR Filter (Biquad) in DSP kit board. Implementation of Notch Filter (Single notch filter, Multi notch filter) in DSP kit board. Implementation of FIR FILTER in DSP kit board. Implementation of Graphic Equalizer in DSP kit board. Implementation of Frequency Analyzer in DSP kit board. Implementation of BPSK Modulator in DSP kit board. Implementation of Harmonic Retrieval in DSP kit board. Implementation of FSK Modulator in DSP kit board. Implementation of Carrier Recovery in DSP kit board. Implementation of AM & FM in DSP kit board. Implementation of Antipodal Modulation (Manchester Code) in DSP kit board.

EC 1401

PRINCIPLE OF OPTO-ELECTRONICS AND FIBRE OPTICS Pre-requisite- Physics of Semiconductor, Electromagnetic field, Communication Theory Semester: 7

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Brief introduction to opto-electronics and optical communication, advantages of optical communication. Optical fiber waveguides: Ray theory transmission, Electromagnetic mode theory for optical propagation, Cylindrical fiber, Single Mode fibers. Transmission characteristics of optical fibers: Attenuation, Material absorption losses in silica glass fiber, linear scattering losses, Rayleigh scattering, Chromatic dispersion, Intermodal dispersion, Overall fiber dispersion, Dispersion modified Single mode fibers, Polarization. Optical fibers and cables: Preparation of optical fibers, liquid phase techniques, fiber drawing, Vapor-phase deposition techniques, Optical fiber cable. Optical fiber connections: joints, couplers and isolators: Fiber alignment and joint loss, Fiber splices, Fiber connectors, Fiber couplers, Optical isolators and circulators. Optical Sources 1: the laser Basic concepts: absorption and emission of radiation, the Einstein relations, population inversion, optical feedback and laser oscillation, threshold condition for laser oscillation. Optical emission from semiconductors, The semiconductor injection laser, Some injection laser structures, Injection laser characteristics, Non semiconductor lasers: The Nd:YAG laser, glass fiber laser. Optical Sources 1: the LED LED power and efficiency, LED structures, LED, Modulation and problems Optical Detectors: Device types, optical detection principles, Absorption, III-V alloys, Quantum efficiency, Responsivity, Long wavelength cut-off, Semiconductor photodiodes without internal gain: p-n photodiode, p-i-n photodiode speed of response and travelling wave photodiode, Noise. Semiconductor photodiodes with internal gain, mid infrared and far infrared photodiode, phototransistors, metal semiconductor-metal photodetectors, problems. Direct detection receiver performance considerations: Noise: Thermal noise, dark current noise, quantum noise, digital signaling quantum noise, analog signaling transmission quantum noise. Receiver noise: p-n and p-i-n photodiode receiver, APD, Gain bandwidth product FET amplifiers: GaAs MESFETs, PIN-FET hybrid receivers, problems. Optical amplification, wavelength conversion and regeneration: Optical amplifiers, fiber and waveguide amplifiers, wavelength conversion, optical regeneration and problems. Optical fiber system-I: IM-DD system: optical transmitter circuit, optical receiver circuit, system design consideration, digital system planning consideration, regenerative repeater, channel losses, temporal response, power budgeting, line coding. Analog system: D-IM, SCM, SCMDSB-IM, SCM FM-IM, SCM PM-IM. Optical fiber system 2: coherent Basic system, detection principle, practical constraint, demodulation, schemes, receiver sensitivities of ASK, FSK, PSK heterodyne detection, ASK and PASK homodyne detection, Comparison of sensitivities, WDM system. Basic concepts on optical networks. Text Books: 1. Optical Fiber communications J.M.Senior PEARSON

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Optoelectronics: An Introduction 2nd edition An Introduction to fiber optics Semiconductor Optoelectronic devices Fiber-Optic Communication Systems Optical Networks Wilson & Hawkes Shotwell P. Bhattecharjee G. P. Agrawal R.Ramaswami PHI PHI PHI John Wiley & Sons Elsevier

LTPC EC 1402 POWER ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- Signal & System, Physics of semiconductor, Digital Electronics, Basic Electrical Engineering. Semester: 7 3-0-0-6

Power Semiconductor devices: Diodes, BJT, MOSFET, SCR, Triacs, GTOs, IGBT and MCT - static characteristics, ratings, driver circuits and principles of operation; protection and cooling. AC-DC converters (Rectifiers): Diode rectifier, phase control rectifiers; effect of source inductance, single/three phase rectifiers, semi/full rectifiers, power factor, harmonics. DC-AC converters (inverters): Concept of switched mode inverters, PWM switching, voltage and frequency control of single/three phase inverters, harmonics reduction, other switching schemes-square wave pulse switching, programmed harmonic elimination switching, current regulated modulation switching- tolerance band control, fixed frequency control, voltage source inverter (VSI),current source inverter(CSI). DC-DC Converter (Chopper): Principle, buck, boost and buck-boost converters; AC voltage controllers: Principle of ON-OFF control and phase control, single/three phase controllers, PWM AC voltage controller. Basic concepts of adjustable speed dc and ac drives and industrial application. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Power Electronics- Converters, Application and Design Fundamentals of Electrical Drives Power Electronics-circuits, Devices and applications Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives Introduction to Modern Power Electronics Power Electronics Handbook N. Mohan G.K Dubey Muhammmad Rashid B.K Bose Andrej M.Trzynadlowski Muhammad Rashid John Wiley& Sons Narosa Publishing House Prentice Hall Pearson Education John Wiley & Sons Academic Press-Elsevier


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- Microprocessor, Digital Electronics Semester: 8 Introduction to Microprocessor: RISC & CISC processor, Vector Processor, Array Processor, Von Neuman Architecture of computer, Harvard Architecture of computers, Data flow Architecture. 16 Bit Microprocessor (Intel 8086): Pin description, operating modes, Register Organization. Bus Interface & Execution unit, interrupts, 8086 Read &Write Bus cycles, Lock, Addressing modes. Instruction set of Intel 8086: 32 Bit Microprocessor (Intel 486): 486DX Architecture, Register Organization of 486 Microprocessor, Memory organization, Description, GDT, LDT &IDT , operating modes of Intel 486 , Virtual Memory, Memory management unit, Interrupts & Exceptions, Addressing modes of 80486, Pin configuration & signals of 80486. Input/Output devices & supporting chips: Intel 82489DX, Advanced programmable Interrupt controller (APIC), Intel 82093AA, I/O Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (IOAPIC); Intel 82357, Integrated system Peripheral (ISP). Other Microprocessor: Power PC Microprocessor, Pentium Processor (Pentium I, II, and III & IV), Pentium Pro Processor, and Sun’s SPARC Microprocessor. Introduction to Microcontroller: Microprocessor V/S Microcontroller, Types of Microcontrollers , Processor Architecture , Microcontroller Memory types ,Micro controller Features- clocking, I/O pins, Interrupts, Timers, Peripherals. 8051 Architecture: Architecture, memory organization, addressing modes, Memory Organization & External Addressing, Interrupts, 8051 Instruction Set & Execution of Instruction. Texts/ References books: 1. 2. 3. Advanced Microprocessor & Microcontroller Advanced Mcroprocessor & Interfacing The Pentium Microprocessor S.K Venkata Ram Badri Ram Antonakos University Science Press TMH Pearson

LTPC EC 1422 OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS (Elective I) Pre-requisite- Opto Electronics, Computer Networks 3-0-0-6

Introduction to optical networks: Telecommunication network architecture, services, circuit switching, and packet switching, optical networks, the optical layer, transparency and all-optical networks, optical packet switching, transmission basics, network evolution. I. Technology: Propagation of signals in optical fiber: Light propagation in optical fiber, loss and bandwidth, chromatic dispersion, nonlinear effects, solitons and problems. Components: Couplers, isolators and circulators, multiplexers and filters, optical amplifiers, transmitters, detectors, switches, wavelength converters and problems. Modulation and Demodulation: Modulation, Subcarrier modulation and multiplexing, spectral efficiency, demodulation, error detection and corrections and problems. Transmission system engineering: System model, power penalty, transmitter, receiver, optical amplifier, crosstalk, dispersion, fiber nonlinearities, wavelength stabilization, design of soliton systems, design of dispersion managed soliton system, overall design considerations and problems. II. Networks: Client layers of the optical layer: SONET/SDH, Multiplexing, SONET/SDH layers, SONET frame structures, SONET/SDH physical layers ATM, IP, storage area networks, ESCON, HIPPI and problems. WDM Network elements: Optical line terminals, optical line amplifiers, optical add/drop multiplexers, optical crossconnects and problems. WDM Network Design: Cost trade-offs: A detailed ring network example, LTD and RWA problems, Dimensioning Wavelength-Routing networks, statistical dimensioning models, maximum load dimensioning models and problems. Control and Management: Optical layer services and interfacing, layers within the optical layer, multivendor interoperability, performance and fault management, configuration management and problems. Network Survivability: Basic concepts, protection in SONET/SDH, protection in IP networks, why optical layer protection, optical layer protection scheme, internetworking between layers and problems. Access Networks: Network architecture overview, enhanced HFC, FTTC and problems. Photonic packet switching: Optical time division multiplexing, synchronization, header processing, buffering, burst switching, testbeds and problems. Development Consideration: The evolving telecommunications network, designing the transmission layer (using TDM, SDM, WDM), unidirectional versus bidirectional WDM systems. Text Books: 1. Optical Networks References Books: 1. Optical Communication System 2. Optical Fiber Communication 3. Optical Fiber Communication 4. Optical Networks 5. Fiber-optic communication systems 6. Fiber Optics and Optoelectronics R.Ramaswami, K.N.Sivarajan J.Gower John M. Senior Gerd Keiser Rajiv Ramaswami Govind P. Agrawal R.P. Khare Elsevier Prentice Hall of India Pearson Education Mc Graw Hill Elsevier John Wiley & sons Oxford University Press

EC 1423

DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING (Elective I) Pre-requisite- Digital Signal Processing

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Digital image fundamentals: Visual perception, image sensing and acquisition, sampling and quantization, basic relationship between pixels and their neighborhood properties. Image Transformation: 2D DFT, DCT, Walsh-Hadamard transform, KLT, Harr transform and discrete wavelet transform. Image enhancement in spatial domain: Fundamental concepts, enhancement by point processing, Gray-level transformations, histogram processing, spatial filters- averaging, order statistics; image sharpening. Image filtering in frequency domain: Fundamental concepts, Smoothing and sharpening filtering in frequency domain, homomorphic filtering; Image restoration: Degradation/ restoration process, noise models, restoration in presence of noise-only spatial filtering, linear position-invariant degradations, estimating the degradation function, inverse filtering, Wiener filtering, constrained least squares filtering.

Image compression: Lossy and lossless compression, entropy coding, transform coding, image coding standards. Image analysis: edge and line detection, segmentation, feature extraction, classification; image texture analysis. Morphological Image Processing: Basic operations- dilation, erosion, opening, closing, Hit-Miss transformations, Basic morphological algorithms and applications. Color image processing: Color models RGB, HSI, YUV, pseudo-color image processing, full-color image processing, color transformation, color segmentation. Texts/References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Fundamentals of Digital processing Digital Image Processing Digital Image MATLAB Processing Image A. K. Jain R. C. Gonzalez and R. E. Woods R. C. Gonzalez , R. E. Woods and S. L. Eddins G. A. Baxes and R.J. Schalkoff Sid Ahmed Digital Video Compression and Audio Pearson Education, 1989 Pearson Education, 2001 Pearson Education, 2004 John Wiley, 1994 John Wiley, 1989 McGraw -Hill, 1994 McGraw-Hill, 1996


Digital Image Processing Digital Image Computer Vision Image Processing S.J. Solari Processing

EC 1424

SATELLITE COMMUNICATION (Elective I) Pre-requisite- Some background in electromagnetics and basic signal processing. Elective work in antennas and digital communications is often helpful.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Satellites and Their Applications: Introduction to satellite, History of Evolution of Satellites, Applications, Evolution of Launch vehicles, Future Trends. Orbital Aspects: Orbit and Trajectory, Basic Principles of Orbiting Satellites, Orbital Mechanics, Orbital Parameters, Injection Velocity and Resulting Satellite Trajectories, Types of Orbits. Satellite Launch and In-orbit Operations: Acquiring the Desired Orbit, Satellite Launch Sequence, Orbital Perturbations, Satellite Stabilization, Orbital Effects on Satellite’s Performance, Eclipses, Sun Transit Outage, Looks Angles of a Satellite, Earth Coverage and Ground Tracks. Satellite Hardware and Subsystems: Various Satellite Subsystems, Attitude and Orbit Control, Tracking, Telemetry and Command Subsystem, payload, Antenna Subsystems. Satellite Link Design Fundamentals: Transmission Equation, Link Parameters, Link Calculations, C/N, G/T, EIRP, Back-off Calculation. Earth Station: Types of Earth Station, Architecture, Design Considerations, Earth Station Hardware, Satellite Tracking. Communication Techniques: Amplitude Modulation, Frequency Modulation, Pulse Communication Systems, Sampling Theorem, Digital Modulation Techniques-ASK, FSK, PSK, DPSK, QPSK, Offset QPSK; Multiplexing Techniques-FDM, TDM, OFDM, Spread Spectrum Techniques, Multiple Beam, Spot Beam. Multiple Access Techniques: Introduction, FDMA, SCPC Systems, MCPC Systems, TDMA, TDMA Burst, TDMA Frame Structure, Unique Word, Frame Efficiency, Frame Acquisition and Synchronization, FDMA vs. TDMA, CDMA, SDMA. Recent Trends: Applications, Challenges of Transponders, VSATS, DTH Television, Satellite Telephony, Satellite Radio. Texts/References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Satellite Communications Satellite Communications Digital Satellite Communication Satellite Communications Dennis Roddy Timothy Pratt, Charles W. Bostian, Jeremy E. Allnutt T.T.Ha Maini & Agrawal TMH Wiley India Pvt Ltd. MHE Wiley India Pvt Ltd

EC 1425

INFORMATION THEORY, CODING AND CRYPTOGRAPHY (Elective I) Pre-requisite-Digital Communication, Probability theory & Random Process

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Source Coding: Uncertainty and information, average mutual information and entropy, information measures for Continuous random variables, source coding theorem, Huffman codes. Channel Capacity And Coding: Channel models, channel capacity, channel coding, information capacity theorem, The Shannon limit. Linear And Block Codes For Error Correction: Matrix description of linear block codes, equivalent codes, parity check matrix, decoding of a linear block code, perfect codes, Hamming codes. Cyclic Codes: Polynomials, division algorithm for polynomials, a method for generating cyclic codes, matrix description of cyclic codes, Golay codes. BCH Code: Primitive elements, minimal polynomials, generator polynomials in terms of minimal polynomials, examples of BCH codes. Convolutional Codes: Tree codes, trellis codes, polynomial description of convolutional codes, distance notions for convolutional codes, the generating function, matrix representation of convolutional codes, decoding of convolutional codes(Viterbi Decoding), distance and performance bounds for convolutional codes, examples of convolutional codes. Introduction to Turbo coding: Turbo coding, turbo decoding. Introduction to Cryptography: Introduction, overview of Encryption techniques, operation used by Encryption Algorithms, symmetric cryptography, data encryption standard, international data encryption algorithm, RC ciphers, asymmetric algorithms, the RSA algorithm, Pretty Good Privacy, One-Way hashing, Diffie-Hellman key agreement protocol, quantum cryptography. Texts/References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Elements of Information Theory Information theory, coding and cryptography Error Control Coding Information and Coding Introduction to Information Theory Information Theory T.M.Cover and J.A.Thomas Ranjan Bose Shu Lin and D J Costello Jr N Abramson M Mansurpur R B Ash Wiley Student Edition TMH Prentice Hall McGraw Hill McGraw Hill Prentice Hall LTPC 3-0-0-6

EC 1426

BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION (Elective I) Pre-requisite- Advanced Electronic Circuits, DSP, Measurement & Instrumentation.

Introduction, Biometrics, physiological systems of the body, sources of bioelectric signals, propagation of action potential. Transducer classification, selecting of transducers, circuit based on transduction, temperature transducers, displacement transducer, pressure transducer, catheter tip transducer, piezoelectric transducer and their applications. Electrode: Theory, electrode-tissue interface, microelectrodes, needle electrode, electrodes for ECG, EEG and EMG, motion artifacts, silver-silver chloride electrodes, electrical connectivity of electrode jellies and creams. Electrocardiogram (ECG), Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electromyogram(EMG), Electroculogram (EOG), Electroretinogram (ERG). Biosensors Chemoreceptors, hot and cold receptors, baro receptors, sensor for smell, sound, vision, osmolality and taste. Cardiac pacemaker- types, working principle and performance X-RAY, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, Principles of sectional imaging Physics of ultrasound, Doppler, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Principles of MRI, MRI Instrument, functional MRI, Application of MRI, Introduction to fusion imaging Texts/References Books:

1. 2. 3.

Biomedical Instrumentation Technology and applications Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements Medical Instrumentation, Application and Design

R.S. Khandpur Hestive Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell and Erich A. Pfeiffer John G. Webster

McGraw Hill PHI John Willey and Sons

EC 1427

BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (Elective I) Pre-requisite-DSP, Signal & System, Signal Processing.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Discrete and continuous Random variables, Probability distribution and density functions. Gaussian and Rayleigh density functions, Correlation between random variables. Stationary random process, Ergodicity, Power spectral density and autocorrelation function of random processes. Noise power spectral density analysis, Noise bandwidth, noise figure of systems. Data Compression Techniques: Lossy and Lossless data reduction Algorithms. ECG data compression using Turning point, AZTEC, CORTES, Hoffman coding, vector quantisation, DCT and the K L transform. Cardiological Signal Processing: Pre-processing. QRS Detection Methods. Rhythm analysis. Arrhythmia detection Algorithms. Automated ECG Analysis. ECG Pattern Recognition. Heart rate variability analysis. Adaptive Noise Canceling: Principles of Adaptive Noise Canceling. Adaptive Noise Canceling with the LMS adaptation Algorithm. Noise Canceling Method to Enhance ECG Monitoring. Fetal ECG Monitoring. Signal Averaging method: Linear prediction & other optimization methods. Neurological Signal Processing: Modeling of EEG Signals. Detection of spikes and spindles Detection of Alpha, Beta and Gamma Waves. Auto Regressive (A.R.) modeling of seizure EEG. Sleep Stage analysis. Inverse Filtering. Least squares and polynomial modeling. Text Books: 1. 2. 3. Biomedical Signal Analysis Biomedical Signal Processing- principles and techniques Biomedical Digital Signal Processing Rangaraj M. Rangayyan D.C.Reddy Willis J.Tompkins IEEE Press Tata McGraw-Hill PHI

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. Digital Bio signal Processing Biomedical Signal Processing Biomedical Signal Processing -Vol. I Time & Frequency Analysis R .Weitkunat M. Akay A . Cohen Elsevier Academic: Press CRC Press

EC 1428

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (Elective-I) Pre-requisite- Microprocessor & Microcontroller, Computer Organization & Architecture

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Embedded Systems: What is an embedded system? Basic architecture of an embedded system. Some embedded systems around us. General characteristics of embedded systems, Concept of real time systems, Classification of embedded systems, Challenges in embedded system design. Embedded Systems Processors: Custom single purpose processor design – FSM method, FSMD method, HPL method and ASM chart method. Embedded System Peripherals: Timers, Counters and Watchdog timers, UART, PWM, LCD Controllers, Keypad Controllers, Stepper Motor Controllers. The ARM Processor: Processor architecture and memory organization, Data operations, Flow of control,

Pipelining in ARM, Timing of execution, FIR filter implementation using ARM. Programming Embedded Systems: Design patterns for embedded systems, Data flow graphs, Control/ Data flow graphs, Assembly and Linking, Basic Compilation techniques, Analysis and optimization of execution time. Real-Time Operating Systems (RTOS): Real-time Kernels, Types of real-time operating systems, Real-time scheduling, RTOS issues, Implementing real-time operating system. Embedded System Specification: UML as design tool, UML notation, Requirement analysis and Use case modelling, Static modelling, Object and Class structuring, Dynamic modelling. Design Case Studies: i) Data Compressor, ii) Alarm Clock, iii) Software Modem, iv) Elevator Controller, v) Digital Camera Text Books: 1. Computers as Components: Principles of Embedded Computing Design 2. 3. Embedded System Design: /Software Introduction A Unified Hardware W. Wolf F. Vahid and T. Givargis Peckol, K. James Morgan Kaufmann Publishers John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons

Embedded Systems: A Contemporary Design Tool

EC 1429

ANALOG AND DIGITAL FILTER DESIGN (Elective-I) Pre-requisite- Signal & System, DSP, Analog Electronics.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, Time and Frequency response Poles and Zeros, Analog Low Pass, High pass, Band Pass and Band Stop Filter Design, Selecting Components for Filters, Filters for Phase locked Loop (PLL), Integrated Circuit Filter Design, Introduction to Digital filters, Digital FIR Filter Design, Digital IIR Filter Design, Noise Analysis in Filter. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Analog Filter Design Design of Analog Filters Analog & Digital Filters Design and Realization Digital Filter Design Van Valkenberg Roll Schaumann H Y F Lam Antonou Oxford University Press Oxford University Press PHI TMH

EC 1431


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Computational characteristics of DSP algorithms and applications; Techniques for enhancing computational throughput: Harvard architecture, parallelism, pipelining, dedicated multiplier, split ALU and barrel shifter. TMS320C67xx architecture: CPU data paths and control, general purpose register files, register file cross paths, memory load and store paths, data address paths, parallel operations, resource constraints; Assembly language: Programmers model, functional units, Fetch and execute packets, pipelining, linear and circular addressing, assembler directives, addressing modes, instructions. Memory: Program memory, data memory, and memory configuration. External memory interface (EMIF), fixed point and floating point formats in contrast to TMS320C67xx. Interrupts: Interrupt sources, interrupt control registers and interrupt acknowledgment; Peripherals: Timer, multi channel buffered serial port, DMA, general purpose IO; DSP Real Time system operating systems; Applications: a few case studies of application of DSPs in communication and multimedia. Texts/References: 1. 2. Digital signal processing and applications with Tms320C6713 and TMS320C6416 Digital signal processing, Implementation using DSP Microprocessors with examples from TMS320C54xx Rulph Chassaing and Donald Reay Avtar Singh and S.Srinivasan John Wiley & Sons Cengage Learning

3. 4. 5. 6.

TMS320C64x Technical Overview, Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, 2001. TMS320C6000 Peripherals Reference Guide, Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, 2001. TMS320C6000 CPU and Instruction Set Reference Guide, Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, 2000. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine: Oct 88, Jan 89, July 97, Jan 98, March 98 and March 2000.

EC 1432

ADVANCED VLSI DESIGN (Elective II) Pre-requisite- VLSI Design.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Implementation strategies for Digital ICs: Custom, semi-custom, structured array design approaches, custom circuit design, cell based system design methodology – standard cell, compiled cell, macro-cell, mega-cell, intellectual property, array based implementation – pre-diffused array, pre-wired array. Interconnect: Capacitive, resistive and inductive parasitic, advanced interconnect techniques – reduced swing circuits, current mode transmission techniques, Network-on-Chip. Timing Issues: Timing Classification of digital circuits, synchronous design, self timed circuit design, synchronizers and arbiters, clock synthesis and synchronization. Design Verification: Data paths in digital processor architectures, multiplier, shifter, other arithmetic operators, power and speed trade-offs in data path structures. Memory and array structures: Memory core, memory peripheral structures, power dissipation in memories, case study-PLA, SRAM etc. Validation and test of manufactured circuits: Design for testability- Ad Hoc testing, scan based test, boundary scan test, built-in-self test (BIST), test pattern generation- fault models, automatic test pattern generation, fault simulation. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. Digital Integrated Circuits- A Design Perspective CMOS VLSI Design: A Circuits and Systems Perspective J.M. Rabaey, A. Chandrakasan and B. Nikolic N. Weste and D. Harris PHI Pearson

EC 1433

ADVANCED OPTICAL COMMUNICATION (Elective II) Pre-requisite- Opto Electronics & Networks

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Optical fibers: Review of fundamentals, full EM analysis of cylindrical optical fibers, study of PMD, profile dispersion, dispersion flattened and dispersion compensated fibers. Component: WDM, DWDM, optical passive components and their design. Study of optical couplers, isolators, Circulators, filters, polarizers. Optical fiber measurements and testing, link certification, introduction to time domain reflectometer techniques. Networking: Optical networking and design issues, FDDI, fiber in local loop, subscriber loop, fiber optic LAN, SDH & SONET, networking topologies and access control protocols. Sources and Detectors: Advanced optical sources & detectors. Optical amplifiers, their reliability issues, new materials and process technologies for optical device fabrication. Optical integrated circuits, hybrid & monolithic systems, optical inter-connects, material and processing for OEIC. Measurement: Optical sensors intrinsic & extrinsic, principles of pressure, temperature, displacement and velocity measurements. Text Books: 1. 2. 3. Fiber optics communication Optical Fiber Communication Optical Fiber Communication G.P Agrawal John M. Senior Gerd Keiser John Wiley Pearson Education Mc Graw Hill

Reference Books: 1. 2. Fiber-Optic Systems for Telecommunications Coding for Optical Channels R. L. Freeman I. B. Djordjevic, W. Ryan, B. Vasic John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Springer



LTPC 3-0-0-6

Multirate Signal Processing: Fundamentals of Multirate Systems: Introduction, basic multirate operations, interconnection of building blocks, polyphase representation, multistage implementations, special filters and filter banks; Maximally Decimated Filter Banks:- Introduction, errors created in QMF bank, alias free QMF system, power symmetric QMF banks, M-channel filter banks, polyphase representation, perfect reconstruction systems; Paraunitary Perfect Reconstruction (PR). Filter Banks: Introduction, lossless transfer matrices, filter bank properties induced by para-unitariness, two channel FIR paraunitary QMF banks, two channel paraunitary QMF lattice, M-channel FIR paraunitary filter banks; Linear Phase Perfect Reconstruction QMF Banks:- Introduction, lattice structures for linear phase FIR PR QMF banks, formal synthesis of linear phase FIR PR QMF lattice; Cosine modulated Filter Banks: Introduction, pseudo QMF bank, design of pseudo QMF bank, efficient polyphase structures, cosine modulated perfect reconstruction systems. Applications of Multirate Signal Processing: Analysis of audio, speech, image and video signals. Time-Frequency Signal Analysis and Processing: Time-Frequency Concepts: Time-domain representation, frequency domain representation, joint time-frequency representation, desirable characteristics of a time-frequency distribution (TFD), analytic signals, Hilbert transform, duration, bandwidth, bandwidth duration product, uncertainty principle, instantaneous frequency, time delay. Time-Frequency Distributions: Wigner distribution, wigner-ville distribution, time-varying power spectral density, short-term Fourier transform, spectrogram, Gabor transform, instantaneous power spectra, energy density, quadratic TFDs, relationship between TFDs; Applications of Time-Frequency Analysis:- analysis of non-stationary signals like speech, audio, image and video signals. Texts/References Books: 1. 2. Multirate Systems and Filter Banks Time-Frequency Signal Analysis and Processing: A Comprehensive Reference Time-Frequency Analysis Audio Signal Processing & Coding P. P. Vaidyanathan B. Boashash Pearson-Education Elsevier, UK

3. 4.

L. Cohen A. Spanias, T. Painter & V. Atti

Prentice Hall Wiley-Interscience, NJ, USA

EC 1435

ANTENNA & WAVE PROPAGATION (Elective II) Pre-requisite- Electromagnetics and Microwave Engineering

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Radiation Mechanism and Basic Antenna Concept: Physical concept of radiations, Retarded potentials, Radiation from a short current element, Radiation from small current loop, Radiation from arbitrary current distribution, Concept of antenna impedance; Antenna Parameters- radiation pattern, radiation resistance, gain, directivity, beam width, band width, effective aperture, polarization, reciprocity etc. Antenna Terminology: Introduction, Networks Theorems- Superposition Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, Compensation Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem and proof, Application of Network Theorems to Antennas- Equality of Directional Patterns, Equivalence of Transmitting and Receiving Antenna Impedances, Equality of Effective Lengths. Antenna Arrays: Introduction, Various forms of arrays, Arrays of two point sources, Non isotropic but similar point sources, Pattern Multiplication, Generalized expression of principle of pattern Multiplication, Radiation pattern characteristics, Binomial Arrays, Electronic Phased Arrays, Effect of earth on Vertical patterns and Radiation resistance, Methods of excitation of antennas, Impedance matching techniques. HF, VHF, and UHF Antennas: Introduction, Isotropic Radiators, Directional Antennas, Omni-directional antennas, Resonant antennas, Non resonant antennas, LF antennas, Antennas for HF, VHF, UHF; linear wire antennas,

Dipole arrays, Folded dipole antennas, V-antennas, Inverted V antennas, Rhombic antennas, Yagi-Uda antenna, Log-periodic antenna, Helical antenna, Loop antenna. Microwave Antennas: Introduction, Rod reflector, Plane reflector, Corner reflector, parabolic reflector, Types of Parabolic reflectors- Cut paraboloid, Parabolic cylinder, Offset paraboloid, Torus antenna; Feed systems for parabolic Reflectors, Shaped beam antennas, Horn antenna, Corrugated Horn, Slot antenna, Babinet’s principle, The Method of Moment(MOM), lens antenna, Microstrip or patch antenna. Wave Propagation: Ground wave, Space wave & Sky wave propagation, Structure of Ionosphere & Ionospheric propagation, Effect of earth magnetic field, Faraday Rotation, line of Sight (LOS) propagation, Tropospheric & Scatter propagation, Duct propagation, Multipath Fading, Ray bending and other propagation phenomenon, indoor propagation, Critical frequency, Virtual height, MUF, Skip distance, Optimum Working Frequency, Wave angle fading, Selective fading. Texts/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Antenna Theory Antennas Antenna & Radio Wave Propagation Propagation of Radio Waves Antenna & Wave propagation Antenna and Wave Propagation Balanis Kraus & Marhepka Collin M.Drhekhanor R.L.Yadava K.D.Prasad, Deepak Handa Wiley India Pvt Ltd TMH Mcgraw-hill Education Editions) Ashirwad Publications Satya Prakashan


EC 1436

DETECTION AND ESTIMATION THEORY (Elective II) Pre-requisite- Probability & Random Process, Digital Communication.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Detection theory, hypothesis testing, Bayes, minimax, and Neyman-Pearson criteria, signaling in additive Gaussian noise, receiver operating characteristic, M-ary hypothesis testing, MAP and ML decision rules. Estimation of random parameters, MMS and MAP estimates. Estimation of nonrandom parameters, Cramer-Rao inequality, consistent estimate, Bounds on estimation errors, composite hypotheses, Elements of sequential and nonparametric detection, Wiener-Hopf and Kalman filtering. Reference/Text Books: 1. 2. An Introduction to Signal Detection and Estimation Detection, Estimation and Modulation Theory, Vol-I H Vincent Poor Harry L Van Trees Springer John Wiley & Sons

EC 1437

SMART ANTENNAS FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION(Elective II) Pre-requisite- Principles of Communication Engineering, Digital Communication, Electromagnetic field theory and wave propagation

LTPC 3-0-0- 6

Introduction:Antenna gain, Phased array antenna, power pattern, beam steering, degree of freedom, optimal antenna, adaptive antennas, smart antenna - key benefits of smart antenna technology, wide band smart antennas, Digital radio receiver techniques and software radio for smart antennas. Narrow Band Processing: Signal model conventional beamformer, null steering beamformer, optimal beamformer, Optimization using reference signal, beam space processing. Adaptive Processing: Sample matrix inversion algorithm, unconstrained LMS algorithm, normalized LMS algorithm, Constrained LMS algorithm, Perturbation algorithms, Neural network approach, Adaptive beam space processing, Implementation issues. Broadband Processing: Tapped delay line structure, Partitioned realization, Derivative constrained processor, Digital beam forming, Broad band processing using DFT method. Direction Of Arrival Estimation Methods: Spectral estimation methods, linear prediction method, Maximum entropy method, Maximum likelihood method, Eigen structure methods, Music algorithm – root music and cyclic music algorithm, the ESPRIT algorithm. Diversity Combining: Spatial diversity selection combiner, switched diversity combiner, equal gain combiner, maximum ratio combiner, optical combiner.

Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Smart Antennas for Wireless Communication: IS95 and Third Generation CDMA Applications Smart Antennas Antennas Joseph C Liberti.Jr and Theodore S Rappaport Lal Chand Godara Balanis Prentice Hall CRC press John Wiley and Sons

EC 1438

RECONFIGURABLE COMPUTING AND RECONFIGURABLE HARDWARES (Elective II) Pre-requisite-Digital, VLSI, Communication, Computer Organisation & Architecture

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction, Field Programmable Gate Arrays, FPGA Placement, FPGA Routing, Contrasting Processors: Fixed and Reconfigurable, Coarse-grained Reconfigurable Devices, Reconfigurable Systems. Multi-FPGA Partitioning, Logic Emulation, Power Reduction Techniques for FPGAs, High-Level Compilation, Reconfigurable Coprocessors, Reconfigurable Memory Security, Network Virtualization, GPGPU on FPGA. Few applications may be discussed e.g. Reconfigurable Weather Radar Data Processing, Dynamically Reconfigurable Adaptive Viterbi Decoder, High Speed Data Acquisition System for Space Applications Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Reconfigurable Computing FPGA Prototyping by Verilog Examples: Xilinx Spartan-3 Version Rapid Prototyping of Digital Systems The Design Warrior's Guide to FPGAs: Devices, Tools and Flows Advanced FPGA Design: Architecture, Implementation, and Optimization. Scott Hauck and Andre DeHon, Morgan Kaufmann Pong P. Chu ISBN-10: 0792374398 James O. Hamblen, Tyson S. Hall, Michael D. Furman ISBN-10: 0750676043 Clive Max Maxfield ISBN-10: 0470054379 Steve Kilts Elsevier India Pvt. Ltd.-New Delhi Wiley-Interscience Springer Reed Elsevier India IEEE Press Computer Society

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EC 1439

OPTIMAL & ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM (Elective II) Pre-requisite- Control System

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to control systems: Introduction to control systems, properties of signals and systems. Convolution integral, Ordinary differential equation, Transfer function, Pole zero concepts, effect of pole location on performance specification. State Space analysis: State equations for dynamic systems, State equations using phase, physical and canonical variables, realization of transfer matrices, Solution of state equation, concepts of controllability, observability, Controllability and Observability tests. Discrete time control systems: Sampling theorem, Sampled-data systems, the sample and hold element, pulse transfer function, The Ztransform, stability analysis. Stability: Liapunov's method, generation of Liapunov's function, Popov's criteria, design of state observers and controllers, model reference. Parameter estimation methods, minimizing predication errors, linear regressions & Least square method, Recursive algorithms, closed loop identification. Adoptive control: Close loop & open loop adoptive control, Self – tuning controller, Auto tuning for PID controller: Relay feedback, pattern recognition, Correlation techniques. Optimal Control: Introduction , formation of optimal control problems, calculus of variation, minimization of functions, constrained optimization, dynamic programming, performance index , optimality principles, Hamilton – Jacobian equation, linear quadratic problem, Ricatti II equation and its solution, solution of two point boundary value problem.

Text Books: 1. 2. 3. Modern Control Engineering Modern Control System Adaptive Control, Second Edition K. Ogata M. Gopal K. Astrom Prentice Hall of India Wiley Eastern Pearson Education Asia Pte Ltd

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. Optimal Control System: Linear Quadratic Methods Control System of Variable Structure Linear Optimal Control System B.D.O. Anderson and IB. Moore U. Itkis H. Kwakemaok and R. Sivan Prentice Hall International John Wiley and Sons Wiley Interscience

EC 1471

NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC (Open Elective I) Pre-requisite- None

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: A New Breed of Processor: The Brain, The Engineering of the Brain, A world of Fuzzy Thinking, Crisp versus Fuzzy Logics, Fuzzy and Neural Networks, Where Are Fuzzy Neural Networks Headings, Objectives. Biological Neural Networks: The Axon: A Transmission Line, The Synapse, The Synapse, Biocomputer, Types of Synapses, The Developing Neuron: Forming Networks, Neuronal Specialization, The Cell’s Biological Memory, Weighting Factor, Factors Affecting Potassium ion Flow, Firing in a Nutshell, Neuronal, Diversity, Specifications of the Brain, The Eye’s Neural Network, Retina Structure, Rods and Cones, From photons to Electrons, A Photochemical Chain Reaction Organization and Communication of the Retina Neural Network, Image Processing in the Retina, Visual Pathways. Artificial Neural Networks Concepts: Neural Attributes, Artificial Neural Networks, Same Mathematics Again, Modeling, Basic Model of a Neuron, Learning in Artificial Neural Networks, Supervised Learning, Unsupervised Learning, Reinforced Learning, Competitive Learning, The Delta Rule, Gradient Descend Rule, Hebbian Learning Characteristics of ANNs, Important ANN Parameters, Artificial Neural Network Topologies, Modeling ANNs, ANN Learning and Program, Learning Algorithms, Discrimination Ability, Linearly Separable ANNs, Multilinear ANNs, Nonlinear Separable ANNs, ANN Adaptability, The Stability-Plasticity Dilemma. Neural Network Paradigms: Mc Culloch- Perception, The Perception, ADALINE and MADALINE Models, Winner- Takes- All Learning Algorithm, Back – Propagation Learning Algorithm, Learning with the BackPropagation Algorithm, Mathematical Analysis, Application, Criticism, Cerebellum Model Articulation Controller (CMAC), Adaptive Resonance theory (ART) Paradigm, The ART Algorithm, Hopfield Model, Mathematical Analysis, The Hopfield Learning Algorithm Discrete-Time Hopfield Net, Competitive Learning Model, Memory Type Paradigms, Random Access Memory (RAM), Content Addressable Memory (CAM), Bidirectional Associative Memory (BAM), Content Addressable Memory (TAM), Linear Associative Memory (LAM), Real –Time Models, Linear Vector Quantization (LVQ), self- Organizing Map (SOM), Probabilistic Neural Network (PNN), Radial Basis Function (RBF); Time-Deal Neural Net (TDNN), Cognitron and Neocognitron Models, Simulated Annealing, Boltzmann Machine, Other Paradigms, Restricted Coulomb energy (RCE), Culbertson’s Model, Encephalon Project, Cellular Neural Networks, Logicon Projection Networks (LPN), Probabilistic RAM (Pram-256), Neural Acceleration Chip (NAC). Fuzzy Logic: Propositional Logic, The Membership Function, Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Rule Generation, Defuzzification of Fuzzy Logic, Time – Dependent Fuzzy Logic, Crisp Logics, Fuzzy Logics, Temporial Fuzzy Logic (TFL), Time – Invariant Membership Function, Time –Variant Membership Function, Intervals, Semi large Intervals, Interval Operators, Temporial Fuzzy Logic Syntax, Applying Temporial Fuzzy, Operators, Deffuzzification of temporal Fuzzy Logic Example, Applicability of TFL IN Communications Systems, Temporal Fuzzification, Rules and Temporal Defuzzification. Fuzzy Neural Networks: Fuzzy Artificial Neural Network (FANN), Neural – Fuzzy Control, Traditional Control, Neural Control, Fuzzy control, Fuzzy- Neural Control. Text/Reference books: 1. An Inroduction to Fuzzy Control 2. 3. Neural Computing - An Introduction Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems - A Dynamical D. Driankov, H. Hans, R. Michael R. Beale, T. Jackson B. Kosko Springer-Verlag Adam Hilger PHI

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System Approach to Machine Intelligence Neural Network Neural Network

Simon Hykins B. Yegnarayana


EC 1472

PROCESS CONTROL AND INSRUMENTATION (Open Elective I) Pre-requisite- Analog Electronic Circuits, Pulse and Digital Electronic Circuits, Measurement and Instrumentation

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Process Modeling-Introduction to Process control and process instrumentation - Hierarchies in process control systems - Theoretical models - Transfer function - State space models - Time series models Development of empirical models from process data -Chemical reactor modeling . Introduction to Nonlinear process control-Model Reference Nonlinear Controller (MRNC)-MRNC incorporating integral and derivative actions- MRNC for systems with relative order two or higher, Series cascade control of nonlinear systems, parallel cascade control of nonlinear systems, Control of nonlinear , non-minimum phase systems with inputmultiplicities. Parallel cascade control of nonminimum phase systems with inputmultiplicities- control of nonlinear systems with significant actuator dynamics, Control ofnonlinear systems with actuator delay, nonlinear control of multi variable systems with inputor output constraints, problems. Introduction to controller characteristics-process characteristics, process equation, process load,process lag, selfregulation, control system parameters, error, variable range, controlparameter range, control lag, dead time, cycling, controller modes, discontinuous controller modes, two-position modes, multi-position mode, floating control mode, continuous controller modes, composite controller modes. Advanced process control-Multi-loop and multivariable control – Process Interactions - Singular value analysis-Tuning of multi loop PID control systems-Decoupling control. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Nonlinear Process Control Instrumentation Technology Measurement system Application and Design Process Dynamics and Control Process Control Chidambaram M Johnson D Curtis Ernest O. Doebelin Seborg, D.E., T.F. Edgar, and D.A. Mellichamp K. Krishnaswamy New Age International (P) limited publishersNew Delhi Prentice Hall India McGraw Hill International Editions John Wiley New Age International

EC 1473

MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (MEMS) (Open Elective I) Pre-requisite- Physics of Semiconductor & Devices, Basic Electrical.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: What is MEMS? Unique Characteristics of MEMS and Typical Application Areas of MEMS. Review of Basic IC fabrication: Deposition, lithography, oxidation, etching, Plasma etching, Sputtering, RIE, 1, 2 and 3 mask level processes, wet etching (anisotropic and isotropic), crystal directions in Si, Bulk micro-machining, wafer bonding, SOI, Bulk/Surface micro-machining. Introduction to MEMS devices: Stress, strain, introduction to beam theory, Resonance (transfer function) and Q factor. Electromechanical Transducers: Introduction to electrostatic actuators/motors, capacitive sensors (Pressure, Acceleration, etc.), Electrostatic Actuators (Micromirrors, Resonators, etc.) Piezoresistive Transducers: Piezoresistance, pressure Sensors and Strain Gauge. Electrothermal MEMS: Flow Sensors, Gas Detectors, Uncooled Infrared Sensors, Bimorph Actuators, Bent-Beam Actuators. Overview of CMOS and MEMS in CMOS. Overview of BioMEMS, RF MEMS and Microfluidics.

Text/Reference books: 1. 2. Foundations of MEMS Microsystem Design Chang Liu S. D. Senturia Pearson Education Springer

LTPC EC 1411 ELECTRONICS LABORATORY VIII (ADVANCED COMMUNICATION ENGG.) Pre-requisite- Advanced Communication Theory 0-0-2-2

(Students are required to complete minimum 10 experiments, taking at least 3 from each group) A. Optical Communication System: 1. Measurement of numerical aperture of an optical fiber. 2. Measurement of propagation loss, bending loss and connector loss in an optical fiber 3. Studies of LASER characteristics 4. Measurement of wavelength of an optical fiber source. 5. Setting up a fiber optic analog link, study of PAM. 6. Studies of Frequency Division Multiplexing and De multiplexing. 7. Setting up a fiber optic data link and study of TDM. 8. Setting up a PC to PC communication link using optical fiber. B. Wireless communication System (Experiments are to be performed in simulated Platform or in experimental models): 1. Studies on cellular mobile communication system :– i) To study specifications of a Cellular Phone, working principle, input/output signals of different sections, ringer section, dialer section, speech amplifier section, transmitter section, receiver section, details of SIM card, ii) To understand and perform operational procedure, demonstrate different types of faults. 2. Studies on GSM:– i) To study GSM theory and understanding of GSM technology, its network ii) To study different parts like antenna, RF module, connectors, measurement of various signals like SIM reset, SIM clock, SIM data. 3. Study on Satellite Communication System:– i) To set up active and passive satellite Communication link, ii) To set up an FM / FDM satellite link, iii) To measure the path loss and propagation delay in a satellite link, iv) To communicate voice signal through satellite link, use different combinations of uplink and downlink frequencies to check the communication link, v) To transmit and receive various waveforms from a function generator through a satellite link. 4. Study on Blue Tooth System:– i) To understand concept of Blue tooth technology, ii) To study RF module, RS-232C serial communication, Blue tooth protocol, different types of Blue tooth network. 5. Study on wireless LAN. C. Microwave & Antenna System: 1. Radiation Pattern (E-Plane, H-Plane, 3-dB Beam-width, No. of Side-Lobes, FNBW; Polar & Rectangular Plots of patterns) of aperture antennas e.g., Horn antennas, Open-ended Waveguides, Parabolic Reflectors. 2. Gain, Directivity and Beamwidth of a three-element Yagi-Uda antenna. 3. VSWR and Reflection coefficient of a coaxial line for various load condition using frequency domain Technique. 4. Study of Spectrum Analyzer. 5. Determine the frequency and guided wavelength in a rectangular waveguide for TE10 mode. 6. Study the V-I characteristic of Gunn diode. 7. Measure the impedance of a capacitive window by using shift in minima technique.

EC 1403


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- Analog & Digital Communication Semester-8 Review of Digital Modulation Techniques: Review of digital modulation schemes and comparing in terms of BW, SNR, BER, bit/words rates in context to wireless Communication. Receiver Design: Receivers in additive white Gaussian noise channels, CPM, MSK, CPFSK; Intersymbol interference; Adaptive receivers and channel equalization. Carrier Synchronization: MMSE, ZFE, FSE; Carrier and clock synchronisation; Effects of phase and timing jitter. Channel Coding Scheme: Block codes, Convolutional codes and their performance evaluation; Coded modulation schemes: TCM; Turbocodes. Channel Modeling Techniques: Digital transmission over fading channels. Texts/ References books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Principles of Digital Transmission with Wireless Applications Principles of Digital Communication Digital Communications Fundamentals of Digital Communication S Benedetto and E Biglieri R G Gallager J G Proakis U Madhow Kluwer Academic Cambridge University Press McGraw Hill Cambridge University Press

EC 1441


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- VLSI, DSP. IC basics - power, delay, throughput, bandwidth, non-linearity. Algorithm transforms, retiming, pipelining, parallel processing, unfolding, folding and dynamic algorithm transforms (DAT). Signal processing kernels for communications, analog filters, digital filters, adaptive filters, finite-precision filters. Detection kernels and architectures for communications, symbol-by- symbol (SBS) detectors (with and without ISI), sequence detectors. Source compression, lossless (Huffman, arithmetic coding), lossy (quantization, DCT, DPCM, ADPCM, Motion estimation. Single-carrier Systems and Architectures, constellations, waveform shaping, Nyquist signaling, partial-response signaling, equalization. Multi-carrier (DMT and OFDM) Systems and Architectures. Architectures for multi-input, multi-output (MIMO) receivers. Introduction to ECC, finite-field arithmetic, architectures for algebraic codes (Reed-Solomon, BCH). Convolutional codes, Viterbi algorithm and architecture, soft-output Viterbi architecture (SOVA), and the MAP architecture, Turbo and LDPC decoder architectures Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. VLSI for Wireless Communication RF Microelectronics CMOS Integrated Analog-to-Digital and Digital-toAnalog Converters Digital Compensation for Analog Front-Ends: A New Approach to Wireless Transceiver Design VLSI Digital Signal Processing Systems, Design and Implementation Design of Analog-Digital VLSI Circuits for Telecommunication and Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing – A Practical Approach Digital Communications Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuits B. Leung, B. Razavi, R. J. Plassche F. Horlin Bourdoux K. K. Parhi and A. Springer/Dorling Kinderslay/Pearson Dorling Kinderslay/Pearson Springer/BSP Books John Wiley & Sons Wiley India Pvt Ltd Prentice Hall- Gale Dorling Prentice Hall Tata Mcgraw Hill

J.E. Franca and Y. Tsividis E. C. Ifeachor and B. W. Jervis B. Sklar Micheli Giovanni De

EC 1442

ANALOG IC DESIGN (Elective III) Pre-requisite- Analog Electronics, VLSI.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Differential amplifiers: Single ended and Differential operation, Basic Differential Pair, Common Mode Response, Differential Pair with MOS loads. Passive and Active Current Mirrors: Basic Current Mirrors, Cascode Current Mirrors, Active Current Mirrors. Operational Amplifiers: General Considerations, One- Stage Op-Amp, Two- stage Op-Amp, gain Boosting, Common Mode feedback, Input Range limitations, Slew Rate, Power Supply Rejection Ratio, Noise in Op-Amp. Noise: Statistical characteristics of Noise, Types of noise, Representation of Noise in Circuits, Noise in Single Stage Amplifiers, Noise in Differential Pairs, Noise BW. Stability and Frequency Compensation: General considerations, Multipole Systems, Phase Margin and Gain Margin, Frequency Compensation : Compensation of Two Stage Op-Amp, Other Compensation Techniques. Wave generators and wave shaping: Sinusoidal oscillator, Phase shift oscillator, Wein bridge oscillator, Square wave and triangular wave generator, Voltage time base generator, step generator, Modulation of square wave. Filters: Active RC filters, Butterworth & Chebyshev filter function, switched capacitor filter. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits Analysis & Design of Analog Integrated Circuits CMOS Analog Circuit Design Analog IC Design Behzad Razavi Gray, Hurst, Lews, and Meyer Allen and Holberg John & Martin TMH Wiley India Pvt Ltd Oxford University Press Wiley

EC 1443

ADAPTIVE SIGNAL PROCESSING (Elective III) Pre-requisite- DSP, Adaptive Control Theory.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Adaptive Filters: Adaptive filter structures, issues and examples, Applications of adaptive filters: Channel equalization, active noise control, Echo cancellation and beamforming. Discrete time stochastic processes: Re-visiting probability and random variables, Discrete time random processes, Power spectral density – properties, Autocorrelation and covariance structures of discrete time random processes, Eigen-analysis of autocorrelation matrices. Wiener filter, search methods and the LMS algorithm: Wiener FIR filter (real case), Steepest descent search and the LMS algorithm, Extension of optimal filtering to complex valued input, The Complex LMS algorithm. Convergence and Stability Analyses: Convergence analysis of the LMS algorithm, Learning curve and mean square error behavior, Weight error correlation matrix, Dynamics of the steady state mean square error, Misadjustment and stability of excess mean square error. Variants of the LMS Algorithm: The sign-LMS and the normalized LMS algorithm, Block LMS, Review of circular convolution, Overlap and save method, circular correlation, FFT based implementation of the block LMS Algorithm. Vector space framework for optimal filtering: Axioms of a vector space, examples, subspace, Linear independence, basis, dimension, direct sum of subspaces, Linear transformation, examples, Range space and null space, rank and nullity of a linear operator, Inner product space, orthogonality, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Orthogonal projection, orthogonal decomposition of subspaces, Vector space of random variables, optimal filtering. The lattice filter and estimator: Forward and backward linear prediction, signal subspace decomposition using forward and backward predictions, Order updating the prediction errors and prediction error variances, basic lattice section, Reflection coefficients, properties, updating predictor coefficients, Lattice filter as a joint process estimator, AR modeling and lattice filters, Gradient adaptive lattice. RLS lattice filter: Least square (LS) estimation, pseudo-inverse of a data matrix, optimality of LS estimation, Vector space framework for LS estimation, Time and order updating of an orthogonal projection operator, Order updating prediction errors and prediction error power, Time updating PARCOR coefficients.

Text Books/ References: 1. 2. 3. 4. Adaptive Filter Theory Adaptive Filters – Theory and Applications Fundamentals of Adaptive Filtering Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing: Spectral Estimation, Signal Modeling, Adaptive Filtering and Array Processing Adaptive Signal Processing S. Haykin B. FarhangBoroujeny Ali H. Sayed D. Manolakis, V. Ingle and S. Kogan B. Widrow and S. Stearns Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ John Wiley and Sons John Wiley McGraw Hill Prentice-Hall


EC 1444

MOBILE AND CELLULAR COMMUNICATION (Elective III) Pre-requisite- Communication (Digital)

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Wireless/Cellular communication: Representation of a mobile radio signal; propagation path loss and fading: causes, types of fading and classification of channels; prediction of propagation loss, Mobile radio transmitters, receivers and link designing, prediction over flat terrain, point to-point prediction, microcell prediction model. Fundamentals of Cellular Design/Architecture: Hexagonal cell design and its SNR calculation, splitting and sectoring cells, microcell systems: conventional cellular system, microcell system design, capacity analysis traffic analysis in terms of erlang. Small Scale and Large Scale Fading: Multipath and fading channels measurements, calculation of fades: amplitude fades, random PM and random FM, selective fading, diversity schemes, Combining techniques, biterror-rate and word-error-rate; mobile radio interference: co-channel and adjacent-channel interference, intermodulation, inter symbol and simulcast interference. Outdoor/Indoor Propagation Model: Outdoor and indoor channel models Okumara and Hata models etc. Introduction to GSM: GSM models and its frequency plane, over view of modulation schemes suitable for cellular communications. Spectral efficiency. Mobile Antenna: Introduction and Fundamentals: Antenna configurations, noise, power and field strength; design parameters at mobile unit: directional antennas and diversity schemes: frequency dependency; noise; antenna connections. . Texts/References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Mobile Communications Design Fundamentals Wireless Communications Principles of Mobile Communications Mobile Radio Communications Mobile Data Communication Systems Mobile Cellular Telecommunications W. C. Y. Lee T. S. Rappaport G. H. Stuber R. Steele and L. Manzo P. Wong and D. Britland W. C. Y. Lee Wiley Prentice-Hall Kluwer John Wiley Artech House McGraw Hill

EC 1445


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- None Introduction: Data warehousing – definitions and characteristics, Multi-dimensional data model, Warehouse schema. Data Marts: Data marts, types of data marts, loading a data mart, metadata, data model, maintenance, nature of data, software components; external data, reference data, performance issues, monitoring requirements and security in a data mart. Online Analytical Processing: OLTP and OLAP systems, Data Modeling, LAP tools, State of the market, Arbor Essbase web, Microstrategy DSS web, Brio Technology, star schema for multi dimensional view, snowflake schema; OLAP tools. Developing a Data Warehousing: Building of a Data Warehousing, Architectural strategies & organizational

issues, design considerations, data content, distribution of data, Tools for Data Warehousing. Data Mining: Definitions; KDD (Knowledge Discovery database) versus Data Mining; DBMS versus Data Mining, DataMining Techniques; Issues and challenges; Applications of Data Warehousing & Data mining in Government. Association Rules: A priori algorithm, Partition algorithm, Dynamic inset counting algorithm, FP – tree growth algorithm; generalized association rule. Clustering Techniques: Clustering paradigm, Partition algorithms, CLARA, CLARANS; Hierarchical clustering, DBSCAN, BIRCH, CURE; Categorical clustering, STIRR, ROCK, CACTUS. Decision Trees: Tree construction principle, Best split, Splitting indices, Splitting criteria, Decision tree construction with presorting. Web Mining: Web content Mining, Web structure Mining, Web usage Mining, Text Mining. Temporal and Spatial Data Mining: Basic concepts of temporal data Mining, The GSP algorithm, SPADE, SPIRIT, WUM. Texts/References Books: 1. Data Mining Han & Kamber, Morgan Elsevier Kaufman 2. Data Warehousing –Concepts, Techniques, Prabhu PHI products, application 3. Data Mining Techniques A. K. Pujari Universities Press 4. Data Warehousing, Data Mining and OLAP Alex Berson and Stephen TMH J Smith 5. Data Warehousing in the real world Anahory Pearson Education 6. Data Mining Introductory & Advanced Dunham Pearson Education Topic

EC 1446

TELEMETRY (Elective III) Pre-requisite- Communication, Signal & System, Measurement & Instrumentation, Opto Electronics.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Telemetry Principles: Classification, Non electrical telemetry systems, Voltage and current Telemetry systems, Frequency Telemetering. Introductory idea about Signal and systems and Transmission basics, Symbols and Codes, brief idea about: FDM & TDM systems, transmitters & receivers, transmission lines, Antennas, Wave propagation and filters. Modem: Modems, quadrature amplitude modulation, modem protocols. Basic satellite Telemetry: TT and C services, digital Transmission System in Satellite Telemetry, TDM, Satellite telemetry & communications, MAT techniques. Fiber Optical Telemetry: Optical fiber cable, Dispersion, Losses, Sources and Detectors, Transmitters and Receiver circuits, wave length division multiplexing. Related Topics: Remote control, Networking, Internet based Telemaking, Wireless LANs, Introduction to multimedia. Texts/References Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Telemetry System Digital Instrumentation Hand book of Telemetry Remote Control Telemetry Principles L.E.Foster A.J.Bouaens E.L. Geruenbeng D.Patranabis J. Wiley Mcgraw-Hill McGraw-Hill TMH

EC 1447


LTPC 3-0-0-6

Pre-requisite- VLSI Introduction: VLSI design flow, challenges. Verilog/VHDL: Introduction and use in synthesis, modeling combinational and sequential logic, writing test benches. Logic synthesis: Two-level and multilevel gate-level optimization tools, state assignment of finite state machines. Basic concepts of high-level synthesis: Partitioning, scheduling, allocation and binding. Technology mapping. Testability issues: fault modeling and simulation, test generation, design for testability, built-in self-test. Testing SoC's. Basic concepts of verification. Physical design automation. VLSI design styles: Full-custom, standard-cell, gate-array and FPGA. Physical design automation algorithms: Floor-planning, placement, routing, compaction, design rule check, power and delay estimation, clock and power routing, etc. Special considerations for analog and mixed-signal designs. Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Synthesis and Optimization of Digital Circuits Algorithms for VLSI Design Automation High Level Synthesis: Introduction to Chip and System Design Algorithms for VLSI Physical Design Automation An Introduction to VLSI Physical Design Logic Synthesis Giovanni De Micheli S. H. Gerez D. D Gajski et al N. A. Sherwani M. Sarrafzadeh and C.K. Wong S. Devadas, A. Ghosh, K. Keutzer TMH John Wiley & Sons Springer Springer Mcgraw-Hill Mcgraw-Hill

EC 1451

DIGITAL SPEECH PROCESSING (Elective IV) Pre-requisite-Digital Signal Processing

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Fundamentals of Digital Speech Processing: Anatomy & Physiology of Speech Organs, The process of Speech Production, The Acoustic Theory of Speech Production, Digital models for speech signals. Time Domain Models For Speech Processing: Introduction, Window considerations, Short time energy and average magnitude Short time average zero crossing rate, Speech vs. silence discrimination using energy and zero crossing, Pitch period estimation using a parallel processing approach, The short time autocorrelation function, The short time average magnitude difference function, Pitch period estimation using the autocorrelation function. Linear Predictive Coding (LPC): Basic principles of Linear Predictive Analysis: The Autocorrelation Method, The Covariance Method, Solution of LPC Equations: Cholesky Decomposition Solution for Covariance Method, Durbin’s Recursive Solution for the Autocorrelation Equations, Pitch Detection and using LPC Parameters. Homomorphic Speech Processing: Introduction, Homomorphic Systems for Convolution: Properties of the Complex Cepstrum, Computational Considerations, The Complex Cepstrum of Speech, Pitch Detection, Formant Estimation, Mel frequency cepstrum computation. Speech Enhancement: Nature of interfering sounds, Speech enhancement techniques: spectral subtraction, Enhancement by re-synthesis, Comb filter, Wiener filter. Automatic Speech Recognition: Basic pattern recognition approaches, Parametric representation of speech, Evaluating the similarity of speech patterns, Isolated digit Recognition System, Continuous digit Recognition System. Hidden Markov Model for Speech Recognition: Hidden Markov Model (HMM) for speech recognition, Viterbi algorithm, Training and testing using HMMs, Adapting to variability in speech (DTW), Language models. Speaker Recognition: Issues in speaker recognition and speech synthesis of different speakers. Text to speech conversion, Calculating acoustic parameters, synthesized speech output performance and characteristics of text to speech, Voice processing hardware and software architectures.

Text Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Digital processing of speech signals Speech Communications: Human & Machine Fundamentals of Speech Recognition Discrete time processing of speech signal L.R Rabiner and S.W. Schafer Douglas O'Shaughnessy L.R Rabinar and B.H. Juang and B. Yegnanarayana J. R. Deller, Jr., J. H. L. Hansen and J. G. Proakis Pearson Education, Delhi, India IEEE Press Pearson Education Wiley-IEEE NY, USA Press,

References: 1. 2. 3. Discrete Time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and Practice Speech and Audio Signal Processing Speech Recognition Thomas F. Quateri Ben Gold and Nelson Morgan Claudio Becchetti and Lucio Prina Ricotti Pearson Education Wiley Wiley

EC 1452

INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION (Elective IV) Pre-requisite-Measurement & Instrumentation, Microprocessor.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Instrument in Industry: A brief idea (block diagram) of the industrial application of instrument in some process industries like Food, pulp and paper and power plant Instrumentation. Transducer: Active and passive transducer for measurement of displacement, force pressure etc. working principle of tachometer, Electromagnetic flow meter, magnetostrictive transducers, feedback accelerometer, fibre optic sensors, electro-optical sensor in process industries. Analytical Industrial Instrumentation: Measurement of pressure, Measurement of flow, Measurement of temperature, measurement of liquid level, measurement of humidity, gas chromatography. Instrument for gas analysis, X-RAY methods, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry, mass spectrometry. Instrument for Display, Recording, Alarm: Display methods, recorders, Alarm communication, Data logging system. Telemetry: Pneumatic means, Electrical means, Frequency telemeting, multiplexing, modulation, Briefing of a telemetry system in operation. Microprocessor based Instruments: Stepper motor control, Microprocessor based data acquisition system, Supervisory control, direct digital control, Distributed control system. Text/Reference Books: 1. 2. Industrial Instrumentation Principle of Industrial Instrumentation Umesh Rathore D. Patranabis S. K. Kataria & Sons TMH

EC 1453

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION (Elective IV) Pre-requisite- Measurement & Instrumentation.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Transducer Fundamentals: Transducer terminology, principles, design and performance characteristics, criteria for transducer selection, smart sensor, Resistive transducer; Inductive transducers; capacitive transducers; piezoelectric transducer; semiconductor and other sensing structures. Displacement transducers; tachometers and velocity transducers; accelerometers and gyros; strain gauges; force and torque transducers; flow-meters and level sensors; pressure transducers; sound and ultrasonic transducer. Phototubes and photodiodes; photovoltaic and photoconductive cells, photoemission, photo-electromagnetic, detectors pressure actuated photoelectric detectors, design and operation of optical detectors, detector characteristics. Transducer Performance : Electrical tests, measurement unit, measurement of voltage, current, frequency, impedance, noise, loading errors, resolution and threshold tests. Calibration, dynamic tests, environmental test, life test.

Application of transducers: Displacement, velocity, acceleration, force, stress, strain, pressure and temperature measurement. Angular and linear encoders, Radar, laser and sonar distance measurement, Tachometers, Viscometer and densitometers. Text Books Measurement Systems–Application and Design 2. Electronic Instruments and Instrumentation Technology 3. Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measuring Techniques References: 1. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Electronic Test Instruments Instrumentation, Measurement, and Feedback Sensors and Signal Conditioning Electronic Instruments Handbook Instrument Engineers’ Handbook: Process Measurement and Analysis E. O. Deobelin M. M. S. Anand A.D. Helfrick Cooper and W.D. Tata McGraw-Hill Prentice-Hall of India Pearson Education

R. A. Witte B. E. Jones R. P. Areny and T. G. Webster C. F. Coombs B. G. Liptak

Pearson Education Tata McGraw-Hill Wiley-Interscience McGraw-Hill CRC

EC 1454

ADVANCED TOPICS IN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION hhhhhh(Elective IV) Pre-requisite- Digital Communication.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: A short history of wireless communication, representation of mobile radio signal. Mobile Radio propagation: Small-scale path loss and fading: Causes, types of fading and classification of channels. Evolution of Modern Mobile Wireless Communication System: First Generation Wireless Networks, Second Generation (2G) Wireless Cellular Networks, Major 2G standards, 2.5G Wireless Networks, Third Generation 3G Wireless Networks, Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs), Cellular –WLAN Integration, All IP Network, Vision for 4G and LTE. GSM: Architecture and Protocols: Air Interface, GSM Multiple Access Scheme, GSM Channel Organization, Traffic Channel multiframe, Control (Signaling) Channel Multiframe, Frames, Multi-frames, Super-frames and Hyper-frames, GSM Call Set up Procedure, GSM Protocols and Signaling, Location Update Procedure, Routing of a call to a Mobile Subscriber. 2.5G Networks - The General Packet Radio Services: (GPRS): GPRS Networks Architecture, GPRS Interfaces and Reference Points, GPRS Logical Channel, GPRS Mobility Management Procedures, GPRS Attachment and Detachment Procedures, Session Management and PDP Context, Data Transfer Through GPRS Network and Rout, GPRS Location Management Procedures, GPRS Roaming, The IP Internetworking Model, GPRS Interfaces and Related Protocols, GPRS Applications. Overview of CDMA systems: IS-95 Networks: 3G – The Universal Mobile Telecommunication System (UMTS) UMTS Network Architecture –Release 99, UMTS Interfaces, UMTS Network Evolution UMTS Release 5, UMTS FDD and TDD, UMTS Channels, Logical Channels, UMTS downlink transport and physical channels, UMTS uplink transport and physical channels UMTS Time Slots, UMTS Network Protocol Architecture, Mobility Management for UMTS Network. Overview of WiMAX: IEEE 802.16 and WiMAX, Salient features of WiMAX, WiMAX. Physical and MAC layer Overview, Advanced features for performance improvement, Handoff Mechanism, Different types of Services, QoS Architecture. Cellular and WLAN Integration: Heterogeneous Network Architecture, Step towards 4G Networks, introduction to 4G. features and standards, LTE. Introduction to OFDM: Principle of OFDM, Principles of QAM-OFDM, and Transmission via bandlimited channel, Basic OFDM modem design, OFDM BW efficiency, OFDM Transmission over Gaussian Channel. SDR: Basic architecture of SDR, Cognitive radio, Spectrum Sensing issues.

Text/Reference Books: 1. Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice Wireless Communication Technology Mobile Communications Engineering: Theory and applications OFDM and MC-OFDM Wireless Communication T. S. Rappaport R. Blake W. C. Y. Lee L.Hanzo, T. Keller V.K.Garg Pearson Education Second Edition / Prentice Hall of India, Third Indian Reprint Thomson Delmar McGraw-Hill International John Wiley & Sons Morgan Kaufmann; 1 edition

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EC 1455


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Pre-requisite- VLSI Introduction: Introduction, Motivation for low power design, need and application low power design, Low power design space: voltage, Physical Capacitance, Switching Activity. Sources of power consumption and Power estimation: Static power and dynamic power: switching component of power, short circuit component of power, leakage component of power and other component of power consumption. Power estimation considering node transition activity factor, glitching effect and glitching power. Voltage Scaling approaches for low power design: Reliability driven voltage scaling, technology driven voltage scaling, energy-delay minimum based voltage scaling, voltage scaling through threshold reduction, architecture driven voltage scaling. Adiabatic Switching for low power design: Concept of adiabatic charging, adiabatic amplification. Adiabatic logic gates, stepwise charging, pulsed power supply. Switching Capacitance minimization for low power design: Algorithmic approaches, Architecture optimization, Logic optimization, Circuit optimization, physical design optimization. Low power adder design: Introduction, Standard adder: half adder, full adder, CMOS adder architectures: Ripple carry adder (RCA), Carry look- Ahead adder (CLA), Carry Select Adder (CSL), Carry Save Adder (CSA), Carry Skip Adder (CSK), Conditional Sum Adder (COS), Performances of all the adders with low power design, BiCOS adders. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Low Power Digital CMOS Design Low Power CMOS VLSI Circuit Design Low – Voltage, Low – Power VLSI Subsystems Anantha P. Chandrakasan and Robert W. Broderson Kaushik Roy and Sarat C. Prasad Kiat-Seng Yeo and Kaushik Roy Springer Wiley India Pvt Ltd TMH

EC 1456


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Introduction to DSP systems: Introduction To DSP Systems -Typical DSP algorithms; Iteration Bound – data flow graph representations, loop bound and iteration bound, Longest path Matrix algorithm; Pipelining and parallel processing – Pipelining of FIR digital filters, parallel processing, pipelining and parallel processing for low power. Retiming: Retiming - definitions and properties; Unfolding – algorithm for Unfolding, properties of unfolding, sample period reduction and parallel processing application; Algorithmic strength reduction in filters and transforms – 2-parallel FIR filter, 2-parallel fast FIR filter, DCT algorithm architecture transformation, parallel architectures for rank-order filters, Odd- Even Merge- Sort architecture, parallel rank-order filters.

Fast convolution: Fast convolution – Cook-Toom algorithm, modified Cook-Took algorithm; Pipelined and parallel recursive and adaptive filters – inefficient/efficient single channel interleaving, Look- Ahead pipelining in first- order IIR filters, Look-Ahead pipelining with power-of-two decomposition, Clustered Look-Ahead pipelining, parallel processing of IIR filters, combined pipelining and parallel processing of IIR filters, pipelined adaptive digital filters, relaxed look-ahead, pipelined LMS adaptive filter. Bit-level arithmetic architectures: Scaling and roundoff noise- scaling operation, roundoff noise, state variable description of digital filters, scaling and roundoff noise computation, roundoff noise in pipelined first-order filters; Bit-Level Arithmetic Architectures- parallel multipliers with sign extension, parallel carry-ripple array multipliers, parallel carry-save multiplier, 4x 4 bit Baugh-Wooley carry-save multiplication tabular form and implementation, design of Lyon’s bit-serial multipliers using Horner’s rule, bit-serial FIR filter, CSD representation, CSD multiplication using Horner’s rule for precision improvement. Programming digital signal processors: Numerical Strength Reduction – sub expression elimination, multiple constant multiplications, iterative matching. Linear transformations; Synchronous, Wave and asynchronous pipelining-synchronous pipelining and clocking styles, clock skew in edge-triggered single-phase clocking, twophase clocking, wave pipelining, asynchronous pipelining bundled data versus dual rail protocol; Programming Digital Signal Processors – general architecture with important features; Low power Design – needs for low power VLSI chips, charging and discharging capacitance, short-circuit current of an inverter, CMOS leakage current, basic principles of low power design. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. VLSI Digital Signal Processing systems, Design and implementation Practical Low Power Digital VLSI Design Analog VLSI Signal and Information Processing VLSI and Modern Signal Processing Design of Analog & Digital VLSI Circuits for Telecommunication and Signal Processing Keshab K.Parhi Gary Yeap Mohammed Ismail and Terri Fiez S.Y. Kung, H.J. White House, T. Kailath Jose E. France, Yannis Tsividis Wiley, Inter Science Kluwer Academic Publishers Mc Graw-Hill Prentice Hall Prentice Hall

EC 1457

SIMULATION OF DEVICES AND CIRCUITS (Elective IV) Pre-requisite-Physics of Semiconductor & Devices

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Review of Semiconductor Devices: P-N Junction Diode, Schottky diodes, MOS Device operations, Poisson’s equation, continuity, drift, diffusion, mobility, trap changes. BJT models – Eber’s Moll, Gummel – Poon model. MOS Models: Model-I, Model-II and Model-III, MESFETs, HEMTs and HBTs. PSPICE: Introduction – Pspice overview – DC circuit Analysis –AC circuit analysis – Transient and the time domain – Fourier Series and Harmonic components – An introduction to Pspice devices BJT, FET, MOSFET and its model, Amplifiers and Oscillators. MATLAB simulation for the computation of device characteristics of simple devices. SUPREM Process simulation Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Semiconductor Device modeling with SPICE Computer aided analysis of power electronic systems Microsim Pspice and circuit analysis Introduction to Device Modeling and Circuit Simulation Semiconductor Material and Device Characterization Massobrio Rajagopalan. V John Keown Tor A. Fjeldly, Trond Ytterdal, and Michael Shur Dieter K. Schroder TMH Marcel Dekker Prentice Hall College Div Wiley-Interscience Wiley-Interscience

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Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis Using PSpice Device Electronics for Integrated Circuits Matlab / Simulink manual

Walter Banzhaf Richard S. Muller, Theodore I. Kamins, and Mansun Chan Mathworks

Prentice Hall College Div John Wiley & Sons

EC 1461

ADVANCED COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURES Pre-requisite- Pulse and Digital Electronic Circuits, Computer Organization and Microprocessors

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Overview of von Neumann architecture: Instruction set architecture; The Arithmetic and Logic Unit, The Control Unit, Memory and I/O devices and their interfacing to the CPU; Measuring and reporting performance; CISC and RISC processors. Pipelining: Basic concepts of pipelining, data hazards, control hazards, and structural hazards; Techniques for overcoming or reducing the effects of various hazards. Hierarchical Memory Technology: Inclusion, Coherence and locality properties; Cache memory organizations, Techniques for reducing cache misses; Virtual memory organization, mapping and management techniques, memory replacement policies. Instruction-level parallelism: Concepts of instruction-level parallelism (ILP), Techniques for increasing ILP; Superscalar, superpipelined and VLIW processor architectures; Vector and symbolic processors; Case studies of contemporary microprocessors Multiprocessor Architecture: Taxonomy of parallel architectures; Centralized shared-memory architecture, synchronization, memory consistency, interconnection networks; Distributed shared-memory architecture, Cluster computers. Non von Neumann Architectures: Data flow Computers, Reduction computer architectures, Systolic Architectures. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. Computer Organization Designing for performance and Architecture: W. Stallings J. H. Hennessy and D. A. Patterson Kai Hwang D. E. Culler, J. Pal Singh, and A. Gupta PHI Morgan Kaufmann McGraw-Hill Inc HarcourtAsiaPte Ltd.

Computer Architecture: A Quantitative Approach Advanced Computer Architecture: Parallelism, Scalability and Programmability Parallel Computer Architecture: Hardware/Software Approach A

EC 1462

UNDERWATER ACOUSTICS (Elective V) Pre-requisite- DSP, Instrumentation.

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Echo sounder, Underwater communication, Underwater measuring instruments/ calibration, Remote controlled submersibles, Acoustic holography, Low light television, Sonobuoys and underwater weapon control Text/Reference books: 1. 2. An Introduction to Underwater Acoustics Underwater Acoustic System Analysis Xavier Larton William S. Burdic Springer Prentice Hall

EC 1463

AUDIO/VIDEO ELECTRONICS AND BROADCASTING (Elective V) Pre-requisite- Instrumentation.

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Audio Engineering: Sound waves, Complex sounds, Audio frequency range, loudness, pitch, and decibels. Sound pick up devices (microphones): types: - condenser- carbon, piezoelectric – direction pattern-parameters of microphones: - frequency range- sensitivity-impedance- noise. Sound reproduction devices: types: - horn, cone – typical specifications-Acoustics of speech production and hearing. Recording of Sound: Magnetic recording systems –optical storage systems-Coding and decoding applied to CD – CD-R. Video Engineering: Elements of Television System: - Basic Block Schematic of Monochrome TV Transmitter and receiver, Gross structure, flicker & interlaced scanning, number of scanning lines. Horizontal and Vertical resolution, Resolution and Bandwidth. Composite video signal- Vertical and horizontal synchronization, Vestigial Sideband Transmission, transmission of Sound signal. Modulation Positive and Negative Modulation and its comparison - Picture tubes. Television Cameras, Working Principle and operation of CCD cameras. Colour Television: Compatibility considerations, Colour response of human eye, three colours theory, additive mixing of colours, chromaticity diagram, Luminance and chrominance, Block schematic explanation of Colour TV Cameras. Colour difference signal and its generation. Colour signal transmission, Modulation of colour Difference signals and colour burst signal. Basic Colour Television Systems: PAL, NTSC and SECAM.-Block Schematic, explanation and Comparison. Colour TV picture tubes: CRTs, LCD and Plasma displays. Audio and Video coding: Introduction to Audio Coding, Audio compression, MPEG – Block diagram of audio encoder and decoder, Digital Audio Broadcasting- Block schematic explanation. Video coding and compression: Need for compression- video image representation – quantization of image data- intra frame compression techniques: DPCM –DCT based transform coding- Motion Compensation –H261 video conference coding standard-MPEG video compression- HDTV- DVB-T. Text Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Electronics Hand Book edited Monochrome and Colour Television Multimedia Communications Discrete Time Speech Signal Processing: Principles and practice JC Whitaker RR Gulati Fred Halsal Thomas Quatieri IEEE Press New Asian Age Pearson Education Pearson Education

References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Fundamentals of Acoustics Basic Television Engineering Television and Video Engineering Colour Television Mastering Digital Television: The Complete Guide to the DTV Conversion Kinsler, Frey, Coppens Bernad Grob A M Dhake S P Bali Whitaker, Jerry Wiley Eastern Mcgraw hill McGraw hill New Age International Publishers McGraw Hill

EC 1464

TELECOMMUNICATION SWITCHING AND NETWORKS (Elective V) Pre-requisite- Analog Communication, Digital Communication.

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Telecommunication switching systems: Introduction, Elements of switching systems, switching network configuration, principles of cross bar switching, Electronic space division switching, Time division switching, Combination switching. Telephone networks: Subscriber loop systems, switching hierarchy and routing, transmission plan, numbering plan, charging plans. Signaling techniques: In channel signaling, common channel signaling. Network traffic load and parameters, grade of service and blocking probability. Data communication networks: Introduction, network architecture, layered network architecture, protocols, data communications hardware, data communication circuits. Networking: Public switched data networks, connection oriented & connection less service, Circuit Switching, packet switching and virtual circuit switching concepts, OSI reference model, LAN, WAN, MAN & Internet. Repeaters, Bridges, Routers and gate ways.

Integrated services digital network (ISDN): Introduction, motivation, ISDN architecture, ISDN interfaces, functional grouping, reference points, protocol architecture, signaling, numbering, addressing, BISDN. DSL technology: ADSL, Cable Modem, Traditional Cable Networks, HFC Networks, Sharing, CM & CMTS and DOCSIS. SONET: Devices, Frame, Frame Transmission, Synchronous Transport Signals, STS I, Virtual Tributaries and Higher rate of service. Text Books: 1. 2. Tele communication switching system and networks Advanced electronic communications systems Thyagarajan Viswanath Wayne Tomasi PHI PHI

References: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Digital telephony Data Communications & Networks Principles of Communication Systems Data Communication & Networking Telecommunication switching, Traffic Networks J. Bellamy Achyut. S.Godbole H. Taub & D. Schilling B.A. Forouzan J E Flood John Wiley TMH TMH TMH Pearson Education


EC 1465

RF AND MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (Elective V) Pre-requisite- Electrical Network Analysis, Electronic Devices, Electromagnetic Engineering and Electronic Circuits

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction: Lower Frequency Analog Design and Microwave Design Versus Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design, RFIC used in a Communication Transceiver, Review of Transmission Line Theory, Distributed Transmission Lines, Smith Chart, Impedance Matching, Microstrip and Coplanar Waveguide Implementations, S Parameters, Components and Interconnects at High frequencies. Issues in RFIC Design: Noise – Thermal Noise, Noise Power, Noise Figure, Phase Noise; Linearity and Distortion in RF Circuits – Third Order Intercept Point, Second Order Intercept Point, 1-dB Compression Point, Relationships between 1-dB compression point and IP3 Points, Broadband Measures of Linearity; Modulated Signals – PM, FM, MSK, QAM, OFDM. LNA Design: Basic Amplifiers, Feedback Techniques, Noise in Amplifiers, Linearity in Amplifiers, Stability Analysis, Differential Amplifiers, Low Voltage Topologies and Use of on-chip Transformers, DC Bias, Broadband LNA Design, CMOS LNA Example. Mixers: Basic Mixer Operation, Transconductance Controlled Mixer, Double Balanced Mixer, Mixer Noise, Linearity, Isolation, Genera Design Comments, Image Reject and Single-Sideband Mixer, Alternative Mixer Designs, CMOS Mixer Example. Voltage Controlled Oscillators: LC Resonator, Analysis of Oscillator as Feedback System, Negative Resistance Oscillator, Differential Topologies, Colpitts Oscillator, Phase Noise Reduction Techniques, Quadrature Oscillators and Injection Locking. CMOS Example. Frequency Synthesis: PLL Components, Continuous Time Analysis of PLL Synthesizers, Discrete Time Analysis for PLL Synthesizers, Transient Behaviors, Fractional – N PLL Frequency Synthesizers, CMOS Example. Power Amplifiers: Introduction, Power Capability, Efficiency, Matching Considerations, Class A,B,C,D,E,F,G amplifiers, AC Load line, Transistor Saturation, Power Combining Techniques, Effects and Implications of Nonlinearity – Cross Modulation, AM – PM Conversion, Spectral Regrowth, Linearization Techniques, Feedforward, Feedback, Predistortion, CMOS Power Amplifier Example. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. The Design of CMOS Radio-Frequency Integrated Circuits Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design RF Power Amplifiers for Wireless Communications Thomas H. Lee Rogers and Plett Steve C. Cripps Cambridge University Press Artech House Publishers Artech House Publishers

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Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits

Gray, Hurst, Lewis & Meyer B. Razavi

Wiley India Pvt Ltd TMH

EC 1466

TOPICS IN INFORMATION SECURITY (Elective V) Pre-requisite- Computer Networks, Information Theory Coding & Cryptography

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction To Security: Need for security, Security approaches, Principles of security, Types of attacks. Cryptographic Techniques: Plaintext, Cipher text, Substitution & Transposition techniques, Encryption & Decryption, Types of attacks, Key range & Size. Symmetric & Asymmetric Key Cryptography: Algorithm types & Modes, DES, IDEA, Differential & Linear Cryptanalysis, RSA, Symmetric & Asymmetric key together, Digital signature, Knapsack algorithm. User Authentication Mechanism: Authentication basics, Passwords, Authentication tokens, Certificate based & Biometric authentication, Firewall. Case Studies of Cryptography: Denial of service attacks, IP spoofing attacks, Secure inter branch payment transactions. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. Cryptography & Network Security Computer Networks Atul Kahate A.S Tanenbaum TMH Pearson

EC 1467

ADHOC AND SENSOR NETWORKS (Elective V) Pre-requisite- Computer Networks

LTPC 3-0-0-6

Introduction of ad-hoc/sensor networks: Key definitions of ad-hoc/sensor networks, Advantages of ad-hoc/sensor networks, Unique constraints and challenges, Driving Applications. Wireless Communications/Radio Characteristics Ad-Hoc wireless networks Media Access Control (MAC) Protocols: Issues in designing MAC protocols, Classifications of MAC protocols, MAC protocols. Routing Protocols: Issues in designing routing protocols, Classification of routing protocols, Routing protocols. Networking Sensors: Unique features, Deployment of ad-hoc/sensor network, Sensor tasking and control, Transport layer and security protocols. Sensor Network Platforms and Tools : Sensor network programming challenges, Embedded Operating System. Applications of Ad-Hoc/Sensor Network and Future Directions: Ultra wide band radio communication, Wireless fidelity systems. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Adhoc Sensor Network applications Wireless Sensor Networks Adhoc Wireless Network Theory and Dharma Prakash Aggarwal Karl and Willig Murthy World Scientific Publishing Company Willey publication Ltd Pearson publication

EC 1481

OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN ENGINEERING (Open Elective II) Pre-requisite- Mathematics (NA)

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Unconstrained Optimization: Optimizing Single-Variable Functions, conditions for Local Minimum and Maximum, Optimizing Multi-Variable Function. Constrained Optimization: Optimizing Multivariable Functions with Equality Constraint: Direct Search Method, Lagrange Multipliers Method, Constrained Multivariable Optimization with inequality constrained: Kuhn-Tucker Necessary conditions, Kuhn –Tucker Sufficient Conditions.

Optimization: Quasi-Newton Methods and line search, least squares optimization, Gauss-Newton, LevenbergMarquartd, Extensions of LP to Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP), Non-Liner Programming, The Newton Algorithm, Non-Linear Least Squares, Sequential Quadratics Programming (SQP), Constrained Optimization, SQP Implementation, Multi-Objective Optimization, Branch and Bound Approaches, Genetic Algorithms and Genetic Programming, Singular Based Optimization, On-Line Real-Time Optimization, Optimization in Econometrics Approaches. Optimization and Functions of a Complex Variable and Numerical Analysis: The Finite Difference Method for Poisson’s Equation in two Dimensions and for the Transient Heat Equation, Euler’s Method, The Modified Euler Method and the Runga-Kutta Method for Ordinary Differential Equations, Gaussian Quadrative Tranzoidal Rule and Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 Rules, the Newton Raphson in one and two Dimensions, Jacobi’s Iteration. Optimization in Operation Research: Dynamic Programming, Transportation – Linear Optimization Simplex and Hitchcock Algorithms, Algorithms, Minimax and Maximum Algorithm, Discrete Simulation, Integer Programming – Cutting Plane Methods, Separable Programming, Stochastic Programming, Goal Programming, Integer Linear Programming, Pure and Mixed Strategy in theory of Games, Transshipment Problems, Heuristic Methods. Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. Optimization Theory and Applications Optimization for Engineering Design- Algorithms and Examples Engineering OptimizationMethods and Applications S S Rao K Deb G V Reiklaitis, A Ravindran and M Rangsdell Wiley PHI Wiley

EC 1482

MACHINE INTELLIGENCE (Open Elective II) Pre-requisite-Probability and statistics, Image Processing

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Introduction: Basic concepts of pattern recognition and its representation, machine perception. Fuzzy sets and relations: Basic concepts, conventional sets, fuzzy sets, membership functions, operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic and approximate reasoning. Supervised classification: Bayes Rule, Bayes classifier, minimum risk classifier, minimum distance classifier, PDF estimation from samples, Linear discriminator, Perceptron criterion, MSE criterion, Multi class classification, Keslers construction, Ho-Kashyap procedure; Support Vector Machine (SVM). Un-supervised classification: Nearest neighbor, KNN classifier, MSE clustering, k-means clustering, fuzzy k-means clustering. Reinforcement learning: basic fundamentals, Q-learning, multi-agent reinforcement learning Neural Pattern Recognition: Probabilistic neural network, multi-layer perceptron Image understanding: Review of segmentation, Image component description boundary representation, region representation. Image component representation: feature vector representation, graphical representation; Image Interpretation: Pattern recognition techniques, graphical techniques. Text/Reference books:

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Pattern classification Pattern recognition and machine learning Computational Intelligence: principles, techniques, and applications

R. O. Duda, P. E. Hart, D. G. Stork C. M. Bishop A. Konar

John Wiley and Sons, 2001 Springer, 2006 Springer, 2005

EC 1483

HUMAN COMPUTER INTERFACE (Open Elective II) Pre-requisite- Digital Signal Processing, Digital Speech Processing, Digital Image Processing

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Introduction: Importance of user Interface – Definition, Importance of good design, Benefits of good design, A brief history of Screen design. The graphical user interface: Popularity of graphics, The concept of direct manipulation, Graphical system, Characteristics, Web user – Interface popularity, characteristics- Principles of user interface. Design process: Human interaction with computers, Importance of human characteristics human consideration, Human interaction speeds, Understanding business junctions. Screen Designing: Design goals – Screen planning and purpose, organizing screen elements, ordering of screen data and content – screen navigation and flow – Visually pleasing composition – amount of information – focus and emphasis – presentation information simply and meaningfully – information retrieval on web – statistical graphics – Technological consideration in interface design. Windows: New and Navigation schemes selection of window, selection of devices based and screen based controls. Components:Text and messages, Icons and increases – Multimedia, colors, uses problems, choosing colors. Software tools: Specification methods, interface – Building Tools. Interaction Devices: Keyboard and function keys – pointing devices – speech recognition digitization and generation – image and video displays – drivers. Text Books: 1. The essential guide to user interface design 2. Designing the user interface. 3rd Edition

Wilbert O Galitz Ben Shneidermann

Wiley DreamTech Pearson Education, Asia

Reference Books: 1. Human – Computer Interaction 2. 3. Interaction Design User Interface Design

Alan Dix, Janet Fincay, Gre Goryd, Abowd, Russell Bealg Prece, Rogers, Sharps Soren Lauesen

Pearson Education Wiley Dreamtech Pearson Education

EC 1484

NANOTECHNOLOGY (Open Elective II) Pre-requisite- Physics, Analog IC & Technology.

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Introduction to Quantum Mechanics: Introduction, matter waves, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger equation, Electron Confinement, Tunnelling of a particle through Potential barrier. Structure and bonding: Arrangement of atoms, Two dimensional Crystal Structures, Three dimensional Crystal Structures, Some example of Three dimensional crystals, planes in crystal, Crystallographic Directions, Reciprocal Lattice, Quasi crystal, Bonding in solid, electronic structure of solids. Synthesis of Nanomaterials: Mechanical methods- Methods based on evaporation, sputter Deposition, Chemical Vapour Deposition, Ion beam technique, Molecular beam epitaxy. Chemical methods: Colloids and colloids in Solutions, growth of Nanoparticles, Biological methods: Synthesis using Microorganism, Synthesis using plant Extracts. Analysis techniques: Microscopes, Electron Microscopes, Scanning Probe Microscopes, diffraction Techniques, Spectroscopies, Magnetic measurement. Properties of nano material: Mechanical properties, Structural properties, Melting of nanoparticles, Electrical conductivity, Optical properties, Magnetic properties. Some special nano material: Carbon nano tubes, Porous Silicon, Aerogels, Zeolites, self assembled Nanomaterials. Applications: Electronics, Sports and toys, Textiles, Cosmetics, Biotechnology and medical field, Space and defense.

Text/Reference books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Nano- The Next Revolution Introduction To Nano Technology Quantum Dot Heterostructures Light and Matter NanoPhotonics Quantum Dot Heterostructures Advances in Nano Science and Technology Mohan Sunder Rajan Charles P. Pode D.Bimberg,M.Grundman Yehuda Band Paras N. Prasad D.Bimberg, M.Grundman, N.N. Ledenstov Sharma Ashutosh, Jayesh NBTI Springer John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, 2004

Course Structure for B. Tech. (4 year, 8 Semester Course) Electrical Engineering (to be applicable from 2012 entry batch onwards)
Course No. CH-1101/ PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111/ PH-1111 ME-1111 Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS 0 0 0 13 Semester - 3 MA-1201 EE-1201 EE-1202 EE-1203 EE-1204 EE-1211 EE-1212 Mathematics – III Circuits and Networks Electromagnetic Field Theory Analog Electronics Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments Measurement Laboratory Network Theory Laboratory Physical Training-III NCC/NSO/NSS Semester - 5 EE-1301 EE-1302 EE-1303 EE-1304 EE-1311 EE-1312 EE-1313 Electrical Machines-II Control System-I Power System-II
Microprocessor & Microcontroller

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PH-1111/ CH-1111

Course Name Semester - 2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics - II Engineering Mechanics Physics /Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science Laboratory Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training-II NCC/NSO/NSS Semester - 4

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Power System-I Signals and Systems Electrical Machines-I Digital Electronics Managerial Economics Analog and Digital Electronics Lab Software Engineering Lab Physical Training-IV NCC/NSO/NSS Semester - 6

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Semester - 7 EE-1401 EE-1402 EE-1411 EE-1xxx EE-1xxx xx-1xxx EE-1490 Digital Signal Processing Industrial Drives Power Electronics & Drives Lab Departmental Elective - I Departmental Elective - II Open Elective - I Project - I 3 3 0 3 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 8

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Departmental Electives I High Voltage AC/DC Power Electronics in Power Systems High Power Semiconductor Devices Digital Control Systems Electrical Engineering Materials Smart Grid Industrial Management Departmental Electives II Computer Applications in Power System Computer Aided Design of Electrical Systems Intelligent Algorithms for Power Systems Advanced Power Electronics and Devices Advanced Engineering Mathematics Integrated Circuits and VLSI Design Process Control Departmental Electives III Restructured Electrical Power System Electrical Networks and Pricing Electric Power Utilization and Traction Smart Sensors Opto Electronics and Fiber Optics Wind and Solar Energy Systems Intelligent Control Switched Mode Power Conversion Departmental Electives IV Distribution System Planning and Automation Demand Side Management Modeling, Analysis and Control of Electrical Machines Modeling and Simulation Illumination Technology Renewable Energy Sources and Management Nonlinear Control Systems

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Power Quality Power System Reliability Foundation in Optimization Methods Industrial Instrumentation Biomedical Engineering Hydro-Electric Engineering Advanced Control Systems Power Electronic Control of AC Drives Soft Computing Techniques and Applications Data Warehousing and Data Mining Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Evolutionary Algorithms in Search & Optimization Information Securities Data Based Management System Control Systems Design Finite Element Methods in Engineering Human-Computer Interface Machine Intelligence Intelligent and Knowledge Based Systems Computer Organization & Architecture Extra High Voltage Transmission Control Systems Components

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EE 1101


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Prerequisite: None Introduction: Definition of active, passive, linear, non-linear, unilateral, bilateral, symmetrical, unsymmetrical network with example. Basic concept of circuit elements and their uses. Sources: current sources and voltage sources, dependent source, independent source, circuit laws (KCL & KVL), commonly used symbol and notations in electrical circuits; Introduction to lead acid battery. (3) A.C. Fundamentals: Equation of AC Voltage and currents, waveform, time period, frequency, amplitude, different forms of emf equations, phase, phase difference, average value, RMS value, form factor, peak factor. Operator j, notation of complex quantity in rectangular and Polar form. Concept of Impedance and admittance: definition, relation, impedance, and admittance triangle. Complex power: active, reactive and apparent power, power triangle. (4) R.L.C. Circuit: Series and parallel RL, RC, and RLC circuits and their phasor representation; steady state response; (4) Network Theorems:Thevenin's Theorem (AC & DC), Norton's Theorem (AC & DC), Superposition Theorem (AC & DC), Maximum power transfer theorem (DC), Node & loop equations, Star delta conversions.(5) Poly-phase Networks: Balanced Star-Delta connections, phase and line currents and voltages and their relations; (2) Electromechanical Energy conversion: Electromechanical laws: relation between electricity and magnetism, production of emfs (ac & dc), Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, direction of induced emf, Lenz law, dynamically and statically induced emfs, self-inductances, and mutual inductances. (3) Electrical Machines: Types of Electrical Machines and their uses; Working principle of DC motor, 1-phase transformer, and 3-phase induction motor; EMF equation, (5) Reference Books: S. N. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author 1 Del Toro V. Theraja B. L. Hayt W. H., Kemmerly J. E. Boylstad R. E., Nashelsky L. H. Cotton Name of Book Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Electrical Technology Engineering Circuit Analysis Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory Electrical Technology Publisher PHI S Chand McGraw Hill PHI PHI

EE 1201

CIRCUITS AND NETWORKS 3rd Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101), Mathematics I, Mathematics II 1. Revision on Network Theorems: Superposition theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, reciprocity theorem, Millman’s theorem, substitution theorem, compensation theorem, Tellegen’s theorem, all theorems using examples of AC networks. 2. Two Port Network: One port and two port network, Sign convention, Admittance Parameter, Parallel connection of two port network, Impedance parameter, Series connection of two-port network. Hybrid parameters, Inverse Hybrid parameters, Transmission parameters, Inverse Transmission parameters, Concept of driving point impedance and admittance, Symmetrical two ports and bisection, Image impedance. 3. Magnetically Coupled Circuit: Mutual inductance, Coupling Co-efficient K, Dot rule for coupled coils, Analysis of coupled circuits, The T-equivalent network of the transformer. 4. Graph Theory : Graph of a network, Trees, Co-trees, Loops, Incidence matrix, cut-set matrix, Tie matrix and loop currents, Number of possible trees of a Graph, Analysis of Networks, Network Equilibrium Equation, Duality, General network transformation. 5. Application of Laplace Transform: Brief review of Laplace transform technique, Initial and final value Theorem, Solution of circuit transient using Laplace transform. Use of Laplace’s transform in electrical circuit analysis. 6. Frequency Response: Concept of complex frequency, The complex frequency plane, Concept of Pole and Zero, Plot of Poles and Zeros of simple RL, RC and RLC circuit connected in series and parallel, polar plot, Concept of resonance, series and parallel resonance, Q factor, half power frequency, Concept of transfer function of a network. 7. Fourier Analysis: Trigonometric Fourier Series, Evaluation of Fourier Coefficients, Waveform Symmetry, Exponential form, Fourier transform techniques applied in networks. 8. Filter Circuits: Classification of filters, equation of an ideal filter, Theory of pie section, Constant K-type filters, low pass filters, design of low pass filter, high pass filters, band pass filters, band rejection filters and all pass filters. M derived filters, theory of M-derived filters, M-derives low pass and high pass filters. Approximation theory of filters (Butterworth and Chebyshev). Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author Hayt&Kemmerly Roy Choudhury Rajeswaran Wadhwa Soni& Gupta Van Valkenburg Title Engineering Circuit Analysis Network and Systems Electric Circuit theory Network Analysis and Synthesis A Course in Electrical Circuit Analysis Network Analysis and Synthesis Publisher McGraw Hill New Age Pearson New Age DhanpatRai& Sons PHI

EE 1202

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD THEORY 3 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch rd L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Mathematics I Mathematics II 1. Vector Analysis: Introduction, co-ordinate–system transformation, vector calculus, Divergence of vector and Divergence theorem, curl of a vector and Stokes theorem, Laplacian of a scalar, classification of vector fields. Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, Electric field strength, field due to a line charge, sheet charge and volume charge. Electric flux-density, Gauss’s law (Maxwell’s first equation in electrostatics), applications of Gauss’s law. Electric Potential and potential difference, Potential of a point charge and system of charges, Conservative property, potential gradient, dipole. Energy density in electrostatic field. Magnetostatics:Biot-Savart’s law- magnetic field due to filamentary current, distributed current surface and volume currents. Ampere’s circuital law, Scalar and vector magnetic potentials. Maxwell’s equations for steady magnetic fields, force on a current element in a magnetic field. Force between two current elements and torque in a current loop. Electromagnetic Field: Faraday’s law, Lorentz-force equation, displacement current and modified Ampere’s circuital law in integral form. Continuity equation. Power flow in electromagnetic field - the Poynting theorem, sinusoidally time-varying fields and its Maxwell’s equation. The retarded potentials , polarization of vector fields. Materials and Fields: Current and current density. Conductors in fields- drift velocity, mobility, conductivity. Dielectrics in fields- polarization, flux-density, electric susceptibility, relative permittivity. Magnetic materials, magnetization, permeability and magnetic boundary conditions. Electromagnetic Waves:Helmontz equation, radiation of electromagnetic waves. Wave motion in free space, perfect dielectric, lossy dielectric, propagation in good conductors-skin effect. Reflection of plane waves.






Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Mathew N.O. Sadiku N.N. Rao Hayt Bradshaw and Byatt. Name of Book Elements of Electromagnetics Basic electromagnetic and applications Engineering Electromagnetics Introductory Engineering Field Theory Prentice Hall Publisher Oxford Univ Press McGraw Hill

EE 1203

ANALOG ELECTRONICS 3rd Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101) 1. Review of PN Junction Diode: Properties, diode V-I Characteristics, cut-in potential, reverse saturation, peak-inverse voltage (PIV), diode forward resistance. Diode as a rectifier half-wave and full-wave, rectifier efficiency Linear Wave Shaping: Response to sinusoidal, step, pulse, exponential and Ramp input to high pass and low pass circuits. Bipolar Junction Transistor: Transistor action, Biasing, bias stability, the operating point, effect of temperature on Q-point, stability factor. BJT in different modes of operation: as a switch, as an amplifier.

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MOSFET: Circuits at DC. MOSFET and BJT as amplifier. Biasing MOS and BJT amplifiers. Small signal operation and models for MOSFET and BJT. Single stage MOS amplifiers and BJT amplifiers. BJT configuration: CE, CB and CC configurations. Hybrid-π model of transistor in CE mode, conductance, capacitance, short-circuit current gain, CE current gain with resistive loads, CE stage as an amplifier and Frequency response. Multi-stage Transistor Amplifiers, Analysis of CE- CE, CE-CC and CE-CB stages, Darlington pair, Millers Theorem. Operational Amplifiers: Basic building block, Differential stage, gain stage, CMRR, Op-Amps as inverting, non-inverting amplifiers, buffers. Applications of Op-Amps: as adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator, and Logarithmic functions. Use of Op-Amp as comparators, zero-crossing detectors and as active filters. Introduction to Feedback Amplifiers: classification and basic concepts of feedback amplifiers. Loop gain. Stability problem. Basic principle of sinusoidal oscillators. RC oscillator. LC and crystal oscillator.

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Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Millman& Gravel A. S. Sedra and K. C. Smith D. L. Schilling and C. Belove Robert L. Boylestad Name of Book Microelectronics Microelectronic Circuits Electronic Circuits Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory Publisher Tata-McGraw Hill Oxford University Press, 5th Edition Tata McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition Pearson, 8th Edition

EE 1204


L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101) 1. Introduction: Introduction of signals, Measurement and instruments, Static and dynamic characteristics of instruments. Different types of instruments. Operating forces required for working of indicating instruments. Different types of damping and control systems. Construction and working principles of PMMC, MI, Induction type, Electrodynamometer type, their applications, advantages and disadvantages. Galvanometers and Dynamics: Dynamic behaviour of Galvanometer - equation of motion for different damping conditions. Response of galvanometer, operational constants, CDRX, relative damping, logarithmic decrement, sensibility. Ballistic Galvanometer and Flux meter construction and theory of operation. Magnetic Measurements: Magnetic measurements, types of tests, Ballistic tests, measurement of flux density, determination of B.H. curve Bridges for Measurements: Measurement of resistance (low) by kelvins Double Bridge Method, insulation resistance by loss of charge method. A.C. & D.C. bridges - Maxwell’s commutated D.C. bridge, Anderson bridge, Schering Bridge, Hays Bridge, Wagner Earthing device, Campbell’s Mutual Inductance Bridge, Circuit diagram, phasor diagram, derivations of equations for unknown, O-factor, dissipation factor. Advantages and disadvantages. Potentiometers: Standardization, Principle of working and construction of Crompton (D.C.) potentiometer, Polar and Co-ordinate type of potentiometers. Measurement of Power, Power Factor and Energy: Measurement of power and energy, use of Current transformer and potential transformer, Electrodynamometer type of Wattmeter, Induction type energy meter, Indicating type Frequency meter, Electrodynamometer type P.F. meter.


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Reference Books: SN 1. 2. Author A.K. Sawhney. Golding. Name of Book Electrical & Electronics Measurements and Instrumentation A Text Book of Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments Publisher DhanpatRai and Sons Wheeler Publications

EE 1211

MEASUREMENT LABORATORY 3 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch rd L T P 0 0 2

C 2

Prerequisite: Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments (EE1204) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. To calibrate a three phase Energy Meter by comparing with a Sub – standard meter. Measurement of Power and Power Factor of a three phase circuit. Measurement of Power in HV circuit using instrument transformer (CT & PT) To measure high resistance by loss of charge method. To calibrate Single – phase Energy meter by comparing with a substandard meter and also by calculation. To measure medium resistance with the help of Wheatstone bridge. To measure the low resistance by using Kelvin Double Bridge Method. a. b. 8. 9. To measure the Medium resistance using Substitution Method. To measure the value of Earth – Resistance.

To measure self-inductance of a coil using A.C Anderson’s Bridge. To measure capacitance of a given capacitor.

10. To determine the phase sequence of a three phase supply using phase sequence indicator.

EE 1212

NETWORK LABORATORY 3rd Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 0 0 2 2

Prerequisite: Circuits and Networks (EE 1201) Hardware Based Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Measurement of active power and power-factor of a parallel R-C load using three ammeters. Measurement of active power and power-factor of a series R-L load using three voltmeters. Measurement of self-inductance of a coil with air and iron as core material separately. Verification of Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem in a dc network. Verification of Maximum power transfer theorem in a dc network. Familiarization with a single phase wattmeter. Measurement of power supply frequency with the help of a series RLC tuning circuit.


Calibration of a miliammeter as a voltmeter.

Software Based Experiments: 1. 2. 3. Generation of standard analog and digital signals using MATLAB. To find Laplace transform of a system and its inverse using MATLAB. Transient and steady state analysis of networks using PSPICE.

EE 1205

POWER SYSTEM-I 4 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101), Circuits and Networks (EE 1201), Electromagnetic Field Theory (EE 1202) 1. Introduction to Power Plants: Introduction to conventional sources (Fuel (Coal, Oil, Gas), atomic (Nuclear), water) and non-conventional sources of energy (Solar, wind, Geothermal, Ocean thermal, Tidal power, Magneto Hydrodynamic (MHD) and Biogas); their scopes for energy conversion. Power Plants (Conventional): Introduction to thermal, hydro, Nuclear, Diesel Electric and Gas turbine Power plants, different types of plants, Selection of sites for each plant, Schematic diagram and working principle of each plant, components of each plant and their functions, Efficiency of each plant. Power Generation (Nonconventional): Schematic diagram of Solar, wind, Geothermal, Ocean thermal, Tidal power, Magneto Hydrodynamic (MHD) and Biogas and working principles. Per unit values for steady state condition, Single line diagram. Economics of Power Systems: Definitions of Load, connected load, demand, Peak load, Demand intervals, Demand factor, Average load, load factor, Diversity factors, Utilization factor, capacity factor, load curves, base load, and peak load. Calculations based on the above factors. Economics of power factor improvement. Tariffs: Structures, Calculation on Tariff and economics of power factor improvement. Transmission Systems: Introduction to transmission system (TS); Transmission voltages; classification of TS, advantages of High voltage transmission; comparison of Overhead and underground supply system; Comparison of AC and DC transmission system; Introduction to high voltage DC transmission (HVDC) and Flexible AC transmission system (FACTS); Comparison of conductor materials of various overhead systems; Economic choice of conductor size, Kelvin's law. Distribution Systems: Introduction to distribution system (DS); Classification of DS; Feeders, distributors, service mains of a typical DS; Classification of AC DS; Connection schemes of DS; Methods of calculations of AC DS; Current loading and voltage drop diagram. Line Constants: Introduction to overhead line (OHL) constants; Copper cross section, conductor materials, Resistance: Resistance of OHL, Calculations of resistance; Inductance: Inductance of solid cylindrical conductor, composite conductors, two conductor single phase line, three phase single circuit and double circuit lines with symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing, transposed and un transposed line, Skin and proximity Effects; Capacitance: Concept, Potential difference between two points due to charge, Capacitance of two wire line, three phase symmetrical and unsymmetrical line, Charging current, Effect of earth on capacitance of transmission line. Mechanical Design: Introduction to Mechanical design; Towers: Classification; Design; Cross arm: Functions, types; Insulators: Functions, types; Vibration damper; Guy wires; turn buckle; Danger plat etc. Calculation of sag, ice and wind loading; Stringing chart, Sag template; Voltage distribution of over suspension insulators, string efficiency, Methods of improving string efficiency; Corona: Disruptive critical and visual critical voltages, Factors effecting corona, Corona power loss; advantages and disadvantages of corona, radio interference, induction interference between power and communication lines. Underground Cables: Insulator materials; Construction of single core and three core cables; classification of cables and their construction; laying of cables; jointing of cables; Stress and capacitance of single core and three core cables; Most economical size of conductor; Grading of cables; Types of grading; Breakdown voltages and mechanism of breakdown, thermal characteristics of cables.







Reference Books: S. N. Author C.L. Wadhwa 1. AshfaqHussain 2. B.R.Gupta 3. Soni, Gupta, 4. Bhatnagar J.B.Gupta 5. O.I.Elgerd 6.

Name of Book Electrical Power systems Electrical Power System Generation of Electrical Energy Electric Power A course in Power Systems Electric Energy system Theory – An Introduction

Publisher Wiley Eastern CBS Publishers S. Chand. DhanpatRai& Sons S. K. Katia & Sons Tata McgrawHilll

EE 1206

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 4 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Mathematics II , Mathematics III 1. Introduction to signals and systems: Introduction to signals, classification of signals, basic continuous- time and discrete- time signals, step and impulse functions, transformation of independent variable. 2. Introduction to system: properties of systems, classification of systems, mathematical model for systems, normal form of system equations, initial conditions. Impulse response of a physical system, introduction to convolution, system impulse response and convolution integral, numerical convolution. Sampling theorem, Ztransform, convergence of Z-transform, properties of Z-transform, inversion of Z-transform, evaluation of system frequency response, applications of Z-transform. Representation of signals in terms of elementary signals, condition for orthogonality, representation of signals by elementary sinusoids, Fourier series representation, power spectrum, Fourier Transform, system function, energy spectrum. Calculation of simple transforms, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), properties of Discrete Fourier Transform. Statistical Signal Analysis: Classification of random signals, auto correlation function, properties of auto correlation function, measurement of auto correlation function, application of autocorrelation functions, cross correlation functions, properties of cross correlation functions, sum of random processes. Spectral density, relation of spectral density to autocorrelation function. Auto correlation function of system output, crosscorrelation between input and output, white noise, generation of pseudo-random binary noise, analysis of linear systems in time domain using white noise, mean and mean square value of system output, analysis in the frequency domain. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author Gabel R.A. and Robert R.A Oppenheim, Wilsky and Nawab C.T.Chen Cooper G.R and McGillem C.D Ziemer R.E., Tranter W.H., and Fannin D.R. Name of Book Signals and Linear Systems Signals and Systems Systems and Signal Analysis Probabilistic Methods of Signals and System Analysis Signals and Systems Publisher John Wiley and Sons, New York Prentice Hall, New Delhi Oxford University Press, New Delhi Oxford University Press, Cambridge Pearson Education Asia, Singapore




ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I 4th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L 3

T P C 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101) Part-I (15 Lectures, 30 Marks) 1. Constructional features: Magnetic circuit: Different types of field and armature structures, their placement and magnetic path with special reference to transformer. Material used: laminations, magnetic saturation. Arrangements in Transformer, DCM, SM, IM, LIM. 2. Electric circuit: Different types of field and armature windings, pole formation, and winding parameters (full pitch & short pitch) concentrated winding and distributed winding, single layer and double layer winding). Brush slip ring & commutator arrangement. Arrangements in Tr., DCM, IM, LIM, SM. 3. Insulation system: material used, class of insulation. 4. Cooling circuit: Cooling arrangement, medium used for cooling. 5. Magneto-motive force: Nature of MMF developed by concentrated winding carrying DC and AC, their Fourier series components, Nature of mmf due to distributed winding, harmonic reduction, Flux density distribution as a function of path reluctance, main flux and leakage flux, Equation for the instantaneous value of flux linked by a concentrated coil, Nature of MMF produced in Tr., DC, IM, LIM. 6. Electromotive Force: Expressions of induced emfs developed across a concentrated coil due to relative motion between flux and coil, due to flux pulsation and that due to both relative motion and flux pulsation. The rotation of a concentrated coil in different types of flux density. Special reference to arm reaction emf and leakage reactance emf. Modified expression for emf developed across distributed wing. Nature of the emf developed across the coil in Tr. DC m/c, induction m/c and synchronous m/c. Lump parameter equivalent circuit models for DC m/c, IM and SM, Tr. (Sign conversion). Field energy and derivation of generalized torque equation (sign conversion). Energy flow and efficiency, rating and name plate data. Part-II: (25 Lectures, 70 Marks) 1. 2. DC Generators: Classification on methods of excitation, armature reaction, interpoles and compensating winding, commutation, load characteristic of DC generators, regulation, parallel operation. DC Motors: Torque equation, characteristic curves of shunt, series and compound motors, starting starter and grading of starting resistance, speed control – armature voltage control and field control methods. Ward Leonard method, choice of motors for different duties, losses and efficiency, testing- Swinburn’s test, back to back test, retardation test and brake test. Transformer: Emf equation., relation between voltage per turn and KVA output, phasor diagram based on approx. and exact equivalent circuit, per unit equivalent resistance reactance, open circuit and short circuit tests, back to back test, regulation, losses and efficiency, maximum efficiency, All day efficiency, wall cooling. Two winding and three winding transformers, auto transformer, phase transformer and connections, parallel operation. Polyphase Induction Motor: Operation of polyphase induction motors, effect of slots on performance of the motor, equivalent circuit and phasor diagram, locus diagrams, torque and power, speed – torque curve – effect of rotor resistance, deep bar and double cage rotors, performance calculation from circle diagram, methods of speed control, testing, losses and efficiency, application, induction generators and induction regulator. Linear Induction Motors: Introduction, operating principles and application areas. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author Dr. S.K. Sen P.S. Bimbhra Nagrath& Kothari. Name of Book Electrical Machines Electrical Machines Electrical Machines Publisher Khanna Publishers Khanna Publishers TMH




EE 1208

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 4th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203) 1. Logic Families and Logic Gates: TTL, ECL, NMOS, CMOS and PTL logic families and realization of basic logic gates-AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, XOR, XNOR. Transfer characteristics, Inverter ratios, Noise margin, power consumption, propagation delays, fan-in and fan-out. Number Systems and Codes: Signed and unsigned numbers and their arithmetic operation, Binary, Hexadecimal, Octal numbers and their conversions. BCD, Excess-3, Gray, 3 out of 5 and Alpha-numeric codes. Sequential Logic Circuits: Latches and Flip-flops: RS, JK, D-type Flip-flops, Master-slave flip-flops, Edge triggered FF. Shift Registers- serial and parallel and mixed modes, Counters-Binary, Ripple, Synchronous, asynchronous, Mod-K and decade counters and their design. Combinational Logics: Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Encoder, Decoder, Priority Encoder, parity checkers, half-adders and Full adders. Two-level and Multi-level logics, single and Multi-output functions, logic minimization, K-Map and Queen-Mclauski’s Method, Semiconductor Memories: ROM, PROM, EPROM, Static and Dynamic RAM, MOS memories, Flash Memory, Memory addressing. Introduction to ADCs: flash ADC, dual slope ADC, successive approximation ADC, DAC, R-2R ladder network, weighted resistance DAC, Weighted capacitance DAC.




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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author Malvino and Leech M .M. Mano Alan Markovitz R.P. Jain J.M. Rabaey ZviKohavi Name of Book Digital Principles and Application Digital logic and Computer Design Introduction to Logic Design Modern Digital Electronics Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective Switching and Finite Automata Theory Publisher McGraw-Hill 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall McGraw-Hill 4th Edition, Tata-McGraw Hill 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall Tata-McGraw Hill

EE 1213

ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB 4 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 0 0 2 2

Prerequisite: Analog Electronics (EE1203) & Digital Electronics (EE1208) List of Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Study of PIN diagram of ICs and to test the logic gates and verify their truth tables Implementation of half adders, full adders using NAND gates only Implementation of Boolean functions of three or four variables using 74153 (4:1) Multiplexer Addition of two binary numbers using IC 7483 To compare two 4-bit binary numbers using magnitude comparator 7485 To study the different modes of operation of shift registers using 7495

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Designing an asynchronous counter of any modulus using JK FF 7473 Design of a synchronous counter of any arbitrary count using IC 7473. Different applications of Op-Amps – Adder, Subtractor, Differentiator, Integrator etc.

10. Schmitt’s Trigger Circuit 11. Phase Shift Oscillator Circuits 12. Active Filters Design with IC 741

EE 1214

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING LAB 4th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 0 0 2 2

Prerequisite: Mathematics II, Mathematics III, Analog Electronics (EE 1203) & Digital Electronics (EE 1208) Verification of Network Theorems using software like MULTISIM, PSIM etc. Solution of linear system algebraic equations using MATLAB or C. Solving numerical solutions of differential equations using MATLAB or C. Simulation of rectifier circuit using normal p-n junction diode using MULTISIM, PSPICE or PSIM software. Simulation of behavior of DC machines using PSIM software. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author C.L Wadhwa P.S. Bimbhra, Hughes Name of Book Basic Electrical Engineering Electrical Machines Electrical & Electronic Technology Publisher New Age International Khanna Publishers Pearson


ELECTRICAL MACHINES -II 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Electrical Machine I (EE 1207) 1. Synchronous Machines: General principles, Types of SM and steady state model. Determination parameter. Short circuit ratio, nature of MMF in non-salient-pole m/c and non-salient pole SM, determination of regulation and different characteristics. Introduction to two-reaction theory, slip test, regulation of salient pole m/c, Damper winding & oscillation of synchronous machine, synchronizing power, Determination of transient & sub-transient reactance & time constants of synchronous machine, Determination of sequence impedance, parallel operation. Synchronous Motors: Phasor diagram, effect of excitation variation, V-curve, O-curve, power-angle diagram & stability, hunting. Two reaction theory, Methods of starting, Application as phase modifier. Solid state slip power recovery schemes for induction motor. Single Phase Commutator Motors: Series, repulsion & universal motors – construction, principle of operation starting methods, speed control, power factor, commutation, methods of compensation, Comparison of DC & AC series motors. Single Phase Induction Motors: Construction, and analysis, starting & running characteristics, starting methods.


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7. Stepper Motor: Constructional features, Torque-stepping rate characteristic, Application area.

Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author Electrical Machines Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines Electrical Machines Theory of A.C. Machines Commutator Machines Name of Book Dr, S.K. Sen, P.S. Bimbhra, Nagrath& Kothari, A.S. Langsdorf. Taylor Publisher Khanna Publishers Khanna Publishers TMH McGraw Hill East West Press

EE 1302

CONTROL SYSTEM - I 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Mathematics I, II, III Circuit and Network (EE 1201) 1. Motivation: What is control all about, the control problem and solution possibilities, the notion objectives/specifications, feedback as natural strategy, regulation and tracking problems 2. Models and Physical Systems: Transfer function: Definition, Examples with mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems and systems with dead zone; Description of control system components and their representation and transfer functions: Error detectors, Gears, Gyroscope, DC motors, Servomotors, Techo-generators, Servo amplifiers; Block diagram and reduction techniques, Signal flow graphs, Mason’s Gain formulae. 3. Time Domain Analysis: Transient response analysis (1st and 2nd order ): response parameters and their qualitative analysis; Steady state response analysis (1st and 2nd order): response parameters and their qualitative analysis; Transient and steady state response analysis for 1st and 2nd order systems with unity negative feedback structure; Impact of close looping on system parameters and their sensitivity, Error analysis and error constants; 4. Root Locus Analysis: Development of root loci, Root motions under close – looping, Pole/zero effects on loci, Effect of rate and reset times, Stability, relative stability and time domain specification using root locus. 5. Frequency Domain Analysis: Routh array analysis; Bode plots, Nichols plot, polar plots, Nyquist plot; Stability, relative stability and frequency domain specifications analysis using these plots; Multiple point of view using Bode, Nichols, Polar and Nyquist plots simultaneously; M and N circles. 6. Controller/ Compensator Design: Time domain specifications; Frequency domain specifications; Interrelation between TDS and FDS; How to choose a strategy to satisfy a given objective; P, PD, PI, PID error control strategies; Impact on transient response, Impact on S.S. response; 7. Compensator Design: Lead, lag and lag – lead compensation, Objectives in Time parameters, Objective in frequency parameters, the role of gains, the role of phase. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author D’ Azzo and Houpis Katsuhiko Ogata M. Gopal N S Nise Dorf and Bishop Anadanatarajan& Ramesh Babu Name of Book Linear Control Systems Analysis and Design Modern Control Engineering Control Systems Principles and Design Control Systems Engineering Modern Control Systems Control Systems Engineering Publisher McGrow Hill Pearson Education Tata McGrow Hill Wiley Addison Wesley Scitech Publications (India) Pvt Ltd, Chennai


POWER SYSTEM-II 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) 1. Performance of Overhead Transmission Lines: Introduction; classification of transmission lines; performance calculation of short and medium transmission lines, Nominal T and nominal π methods; Performance Long transmission lines; Power circle diagrams (PCD): Receiving end, sending end, universal PCD, calculation of SPM Capacity, maximum power limit, percentage regulation, sending end power factor, efficiency of transmission line from PCD. Loss and loss diagram. Power System Stability: Introduction to synchronous machine, rotor angle, Infinite bus; Definition of stability, classification of stability, power limit of transmission lines, steady state stability, Clarke's diagram, transient stability, the swing equations, equal area criterion, calculation of critical clearing angles, Calculation of power angle curves for fault and post fault conditions for various types of faults, step by step procedure for solution of swing equation, dynamic stability, factors effecting stability Control of Active and Reactive Power: Active power and frequency control: fundamental speed governing system, Governor speed regulation parameter, , Fundamentals of automatic generation control, Frequency bias, Primary and secondary control, Basic simulation models of automatic generation control; Reactive power and voltage control: Production of absorber of reactive power, methods of voltage control; shunt reactors, series reactors, synchronous condensers, static VAR system, tap changing transformers. Economic Operation of Steam Power Plant: Introduction; Methods of loading turbo - generators, Thermal plant cost modelling, Input - output curves, incremental cost, cost curve: Linear and quadratic, method of Lagrangian multiplier, Equality constraints and inequality constraints, transmission loss, optimum generator allocation with and without transmission loss; Penalty factors, iterative procedure to solve co-ordination equation. Elements of Hydrothermal Co-ordination: Advantages of combined operation, plant requirement for base load and peak load operation, Combined working of runoff river plant and steam plant, Reservoir hydro plants and thermal, plant for long term operational aspects, co-ordination equation, scheduling methods, application of scheduling methods. Transients in Power Systems: Lightning phenomenon, Switching surges, travelling waves, shape and specifications of travelling waves, attenuation and distortions of travelling waves, alteration due to corona, behaviour of travelling waves at open, short and joints of overhead lines and cables, construction of lattice diagrams.






Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Author C.L. Wadhwa AshfaqHussain B.R.Gupta Soni, Gupta, Bhatnagar J.B.Gupta P.Kundur O.I.Elgerd Name of Book Electrical Power systems Electrical Power System Generation of Electrical Energy Electric Power A course in Power Systems Power system stability and control Ž ”‹ ‡”‰› ›•– •Š‡‘”›: An ‡…– … ‡ Introduction Publisher Wiley Eastern CBS Publishers S. Chand DhanpatRai& Sons S.K.KATIA & SONS McGraw-Hill Tata Mcgraw Hill

EE 1304

MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Digital Electronics (EE 1208) Introduction: Important features, Educational need, Applications. Microprocessor architecture: Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), Timing and control Unit, Registers, Data and Address bus, Interface unit, Intel 8085 instructions, Instruction word size: one byte, two byte and three byte instructions, Timing and control signals, Fetch operations, Execution operations, Machine cycle and state, Instruction and data flow, System timing diagram. Programming microprocessors: Data representation, Instruction formats, Addressing modes, Instruction set, Assembly language programming, Program looping, Subroutine linkage. Memory interfacing: Types of main memories, Compatibility between memory and system bus, Address space, Partitioning of address space, Special chips for address decoding, ROM and RAM interfacing. Data transfer techniques and their implementation: Programmed data transfer, DMA mode of transfer, I/O port, Device polling in interrupt driven mode of data transfer, DMA controller and data transfer in DMA mode, Serial mode of data transfer, Introduction to Standard interface chips: 8255, 8259, 8253, 8279. Microcontrollers Common peripherals and their interfacing: Keyboard, LEDs, Common display and keyboard scanning. Important features of some advanced microprocessor: bit microprocessor families: MOTOROLA 68000: The CPU components, Instruction sets, addressing modes etc, Intel 8086/8088: The CPU components, Instruction sets, addressing modes etc; 32 bit microprocessor families: MOTOROLA 68020, Intel 80386, 486, PENTIUM PRO; RISC microprocessors, SUN SPARC, HP precision architecture. Applications of Microprocessors: Temperature monitoring and control System, Speed controller of a DC Motor, Data acquisition system.

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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author John P. Hayes, R.S.Gaonker D.V.Hall, John P. Hayes, Name of Book Digital Systems and Microprocessors Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications Microprocessor and Interfacing: Programming and Hardware Digital Systems and Microprocessors Publisher McGraw-Hill I.E. Wiley Eastern. McGraw-Hill I.E McGraw-Hill I.E.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB-I EE 1311 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Electrical Machines-I (EE 1207) List of Experiments 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Ratio and polarity test of single phase transformer Parallel operation and load test of single phase transformer Open circuit characteristics of DC Shunt generator Load test of DC Shunt generator Load test of compound generator Speed control of DC shunt motor Speed control of DC series motor Swinburne test of DC machine.

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EE 1312

CONTROL SYSTEM LABORATORY 5th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisite:A parallel Course on Control System I (EE 1302) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Use of different Toolboxes in MATLAB for simulating transfer functions, closed-loop systems etc. of separately/self-excited DC generators/motors); MATLAB, [transpose, inverse of given matrix. Plot the pole-zero configuration, step response for different values of K, to discuss stability. Plot bode plot, Nyquist plot of given transfer function and gain and phase margins Design of compensators, controllers. To examine the open loop and closed loop frequency response and the effect of addition of poles and zeros Design of observer for plants in observer canonical form using pole placement. Use of LabVIEW. Real time data acquisition and control of processes using ELVIS-II+ To study P, PI and PID controller with type 0 and type 1 system with delay. To study Open loop response like (i) Error detector with gain, (ii) Time constant, (iii) Integrator

10. Experiment on relay control system 11. Experiment on AC position control, synchro transmitter/receiver, compensation design, DC Speed control design, DC position control system, potentiometric error detector, Control Engineering Trainer, Modular Servo system, Process Trainer 12. Study of analog electronic PID controller 13. To study Close loop system (I) First order system (II) Second order system (III) Third order system 14. Experiment on relay control system, AC position control, synchro transmitter/receiver, compensation design, DC Speed control design, DC position control system, potentiometric error detector 15. Use of Control Engineering Trainer 16. Use of Modular Servo system 17. Use of Process Trainer

EE 1313

POWER SYSTEM LABORATORY 5 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 0 0 2 2

Prerequisites: Power System-I (EE 1205), Power System-II (EE 1303) 1. Generator Control and Synchronizing Circuits:AutomaticSynchronization in test mode, Synchronization to the actual mains power supply network, Study the response of the programmable controller to incorrect programming; Automatic power factor control: Synchronizing the generator to the mains power supply network, Closed-loop cos-phi control of a synchronous generator, Closed-loop cos (phi) control of mains power supply network; Automatic power control: Synchronizing the generator to the mains power supply network, Sensitivity and direction of action of the power controller. Generator Protection: Time over current protection, Unbalanced load protection;Reverse power protection, Overvoltage and under voltage protection; Stator-earth fault protection; Generator differential protection. Transformer: Multiphase transformer (MPT) operating at no-load and short-circuit; MPT with ohmic, inductive and capacitive load; Parallel operation of MPTs, Current distribution for different vector groups, Determining zero impedance, Investigating the transformation ratio. Transformer Protection: Transformer differential protection; Time over current protection; Transmission line (Power transmission):Investigations on Three-phase Transmission Lines; Parallel and series connection of transmission lines;Transmission Line with Earth-fault Compensation; Transmission Systems with a Synchronous Generator. Transmission Line Protection:Over current time protection for lines, Directional over current time protection for lines, Overvoltage and under voltage protection, Directional power protection; Earth-fault voltage protection; Protection of Parallel-connected Lines, High-speed distance protection. Electric Power Distribution (Three-phase double bus bar system):Electric power distribution (Threephase double busbar system) - Basic circuits of a three-pole, double busbar system, Three-phase, double bus bar system with load, Busbar changeover without interruption of the branch, busbar coupling. Over Current Protection for Busbar:Registration of currents in normal operating mode, Registration of currents in the event of single-, double- or triple-pole short circuit, Faults outside the protective domain. CONTROL SYSTEM-II 6 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Control System I(EE 1302) 1. Introduction to Digital Control: Z Transform, Signal processing in digital control, Principles of signal conversion, Transfer function models for discrete time systems, System response, Stability in the z – plane and the jury stability criterion, Sampling and data reconstruction process, Z – domain description of closed loop systems, Systems with dead – time, Implementation of digital controllers; Digital Controllers for deadbeat performance. State Space Representation of Continuous Time and Discrete time systems: Introduction to state space model, State Space equations in Canonical forms, Modeling of few electrical and mechanical systems in State Space form, Solution of time invariant, time variant continuous time systems & discrete time system state equations, Concept of state transition matrix, Controllability and Observability, Relation between transfer function and state variable representations, Pole-placement using state variable feedback, Design of full order state observers, reduced order observer, observer based state feedback controller. Introduction to Nonlinear Feedback Control Systems: Characteristics of Nonlinear systems, Linearization technique; Phase Plane analysis, Singular points, Limit cycle vs closed trajectory, Stability analysis using Phase Plane analysis; Describing function of common nonlinear functions, stability analysis using DF; th 2. 3.

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Stability in the sense of Liapunov, Liapunov’s stability theorems for linear and nonlinear systems; Effect of Non-linearity in Root Locus and Nyquist Plot. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author Dorf and Bishop Ogata B.C.Kuo M. Gopal Donald M Wiberg Name of Book Modern Control Systems Modern Control Engineering Digital Control System Modern Control System theory State Space and Linear Systems Publisher PHI PHI PHI PHI Schuam’s Outline Series


POWER ELECTRONICS 6th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203) 1. 2. Introduction: Concept of Power Electronics, Different types of power electronics devices, converter systems, areas of application, recent developments Device Characteristics, Protection and Operation: Terminal characteristics of major power electronics devices, ratings, protection, heating, cooling and mounting, series and parallel operation, firing circuits Phase Controlled Rectifiers: Principles of operation of phase controlled, single phase & poly-phase, full-wave & half-wave converters with continuous and discontinuous load currents and harmonic analysis. Effect of source impedance on the performance of converters, dual converters Choppers: Principle of chopper operation, Control strategies, Types of chopper circuits and steady state analysis. Commutation in chopper circuits, Multiphase chopper. Inverters: Classification of inverters, Single-phase and three-phase Voltage source Inverters, Methods of controlling output voltage, frequency and phase, Reduction of harmonics in the inverter output voltage, Current source inverters and operations. AC Voltage Controller: Types of AC voltage controllers, Single phase voltage controllers, Sequence control of ac voltage controllers, 3-phase AC voltage controller operation Cycloconverters: Principles of cycloconverter operation, Methods of controlling output voltage and frequency in cases of: Single phase to single phase, three phase to single phase, three phase to three phase operation. Applications: Power supply applications, few applications in residential and industrial systems, Electric utility.


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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Author P C Sen Dubey Dubeyet. al. Rashid Mohammed V. Subrahmanyam P.S.Bhimbhra Singh &Khanchandani Name of Book Power Electronics Power Electronics Thyristorised Power Controllers Power Electronics Power Electronics & Drives Power Electronics Power Electronics Publisher TMH TMH New Age PHI New Age Khanna Publishers TMH

EE 1307

SWITCHGEAR AND INDUSTRIAL PROTECTION 6th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power system II (EE 1303) 1. Symmetrical Fault Analysis: Causes of faults, types of faults, importance of fault analysis in electrical power systems, fault analysis for generators, transmission lines, concepts of generator reactance’s; transient, sub-transients etc, current limiting reactors, types, functions. Symmetrical Components and Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis: Concepts of symmetrical components, fortescue’s theorem, power in terms of symmetrical components, sequence impedances and sequence networks for generators, transformers, transmission lines etc, unsymmetrical fault (L-G, L-L, LL-G) analysis. Neutral Grounding: Fundamentals of neutral grounding, ungrounded system analysis, arcing ground, solid grounding, types of grounding, resistance, reactance and resonant grounding, generator neutral breaker, grounding practice. Circuit Breakers: Function, importance, arc phenomenon, arc interruption theories, CB types and description, Circuit breaking transients, restriking and recovery voltages, CB ratings, testing of CB’s. Protective Relays: Operating principle, classification, Electromagnetic type relays theories for torque generation, concepts of protective zones, Over Current relay characteristics, Directional relay torque generation, feeder protection, time grading & current grading, Distance protection philosophies, Distance relays and their characteristics, differential protections, Protection of Transmission lines, generator and transformers, Transley relay, negative sequence relay, Fuses. Sub-Stations: Function of sub-station, necessity, types and arrangement of sub-station equipments, single line diagram with different busbar arrangement including reactors, bus-tie breakers, substation grounding, surge protection, Lightning Arrester: Function, types, working principles and surge absorbers.



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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author C. L. Wadhwa Willium D. Stevenson Jr. D P Kothari, I J Nagrath J B Gupta Sunil S Rao B. Ravindranath and M. Chander AshfaqHussain Name of Book Electric Power systems Elements of Power System Analysis Modern Power System Analysis Switchgear and Protection Switchgear and Protection Power System Protection and Switchgear Power Systems Publisher New Age International John Wiley & Sons TMH Publishing Co. S.K. Kataria& Sons Khanna Publisher Wiley Publisher CBS Publishers 7.

EE 1308

PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURE 6th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. Introduction to Programming: variables, assignments; expressions; input/output; conditionals and branching; iteration; functions; introduction to pointers;


Linear Data Structures: Sequential representations - Arrays and Lists, Stacks, Queues and Dequeues, strings, Application. Linear Data Structures - Link Representation - Linear linked lists, Circularly linked lists. Doubly linked lists, application. Recursion: Design of recursive algorithms, Tail Recursion, When not to use recursion, Removal of recursion. Non-linear Data Structure : Trees - Binary Trees, Traversals and Threads, Binary Search Trees, Insertion and Deletion algorithms, Height-balanced and weight-balanced trees, B-trees, B+ -trees, Application of trees; Graphs - Representations, Breadth-first and Depth-first Search. Hashing - Hashing Functions, collision Resolution Techniques. Sorting and Searching Algorithms - Bubble sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Quicksort, Merge Sort, Heapsort and Radix Sort. File Structures: Sequential and Direct Access. Relative Files, Indexed Files - B+ tree as index. Multiindexed Files, Inverted Files, Hashed Files.

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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Author O.G.Kadke and U.A.Deshpandey Aho Alfred V., Hopperoft John E., UIlman Jeffrey D. Ajoy Agarwal Lipschutz Heileman M.Radhakrishnan and V.Srinivasan Weiss Mark Allen Horowitz Ellis &SartajSahni Name of Book Data Structures and Algorithms Data Structures and Algorithms Data Structures Data Structures Data structures, Algorithims& OOP Data Structures Using C, Algorithms, Data Structures and Problem Solving with C++”, Fundamentals of Data Structures Publisher ISTE/EXCEL PearsonEducation C.Cybertech. TMH Tata McGraw Hill ISTE/EXCEL BOOKS Pearson Education. Galgotria Pub. Pearson Education


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INSTRUMENTATION 6th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203), Control System –I(EE 1302) 1. Introduction: Generalized performance & functional description of an Instrumentation system, Role of Transducers, Amplifiers, Filters, Display devices etc. Review of idea on DA/ADC, filters & signal conditioners, OP-AMPS, Instrumentation amplifiers & its circuits. Analytical Instrumentation: Measurement of pressure, Measurement of flow (EM flow meter), Measurement of temperature, Measurement of liquid level etc. Transducers & Sensors: Introduction, definition, classification & selection of transducers/ sensors; Resistive, capacitive, inductive (LVDT), piezoelectric transducers & their applications; Thermistors: measurement of temperature; Magnetostrictive, Hall Effect, electromagnetic transducers; photoelectric transducers.

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Nondestructive Testing Equipments: Introduction, Magnetic particles, Dye penetrants, X rays, Gamma rays; Eddy current testing; Ultrasonic- principle of working. Pulse echo method of flaw detection. Data Transmission & Telemetry: Definition, classification, basic telemetering system. a) b) c) d) Voltage, current & frequency telemetering systems. Multiplexing & modulation in telemetry PLCC Transmitters-techniques & inter stage coupling. Receivers- techniques.


Fiber optical instrumentation: a) b) c) d) e) Introduction, principle of working Optical fiber cable, Dispersion & losses Connectors& splices, sources & detectors. Transmitters & receiver circuits. Applications


Related topics: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Digital data acquisition systems Smart sensors – Introduction, Principle of working, information coding, data communication & automation. Intelligent Instrumentation- definition, practical examples. Remote control: Introduction, general descriptions, typical scheme of an industrial remote control system. Internet based tele-metering.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author D. Patranabis D. Patranabis Rangan, Sharma & Mani D.V.S Murthy Name of Book Principles of Industrial Instrumentation Sensors & Transducers Instrumentation, Devices & system Transducers & Instrumentation Publisher Tata McGraw Hill PHI Tata McGraw Hill PHI

EE 1314 ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB-II 6th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Electrical Machine-I (EE 1207), Electrical Machine-II (EE 1301) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Speed control of DC Series motor. No load and block rotor operation of 1-phase Induction motor. Open ckt and S.C characteristics of 3-phase alternator. Determination of Xdand Xq of a three phase alternator by slip test. V-Curve of Synchronous motor. Three phase to six phase connection. Load characteristics of D.C. Series motor. Load characteristics of D.C. compound generator Parallel operation of 3-phase alternator L T P C 0 0 2 2

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Prerequisite: Control System –I (EE 1302) List of Experiments in the Process Control Laboratory 1. Use of Technology Tutor: a. b. c. d. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Wheatstone bridge: measurement of resistance, conditions for the greatest sensitivity, operation with alternating current source. Operation with amplifier, transducer. Characteristics of various types of transducers, their calibration. Assembling a complete measuring system and derive a voltage/position calibration curve for. To design, setup a continuous control system and observe its dynamic characteristics.

Use of various sensors (temperature, level, liquid flow, air flow, pressure Gauge) in loops comprising PID controller, PLC & DCS and their modeling. Real time measurement and control of simple systems using LabVIEW Study of sensors characteristics using LabVIEW Control with PCs of the above five (Sl-2) process loops in LabVIEW platform Measurement of flow, level using different sensors for different pipe diameters and liquid temperatures Comparative study of temperature measurement using: RTD and Thermistor, RTD and Thermocouple. Simulation and control of process control plants. Use of PLC (in design, reversing contact, conveyor belt, street light & garage door automation, etc.)

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MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LABORATORY 6 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 0 0 2 2

Prerequisite:Microprocessor and Microcontroller (EE 1304) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Write a Program to add two hexadecimal numbers. Write a Program to subtract two hexadecimal numbers. Write a Program to find the product of two hexadecimal numbers each of length 4 bits. Write a Program to perform division of two hexadecimal numbers. Write a Program to arrange a list of unsigned integers in ascending order. Write a Program to arrange a list of unsigned integers in descending orders. Write a Program to design a digital clock using only a single microcomputer. Write a Program to design a digital clock using only a single microcomputer. Write a Program to design and implementation of design clock in hardware using 8085 and its peripherals.

10. Write a Program to driving of Stepper Motor using 8085

EE 1401

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING 7th Semester Electrical Engineering

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Prerequisites: Signals and Systems (EE 1206) 1. Discrete-Time Signals & Systems: Advantages of digital over analog signal processing, discrete-time signals and sequences, representation of sequences and elementary operations, classification of discretetime systems. Resolution of discrete-time signals into impulses, analysis of discrete-time LTI systems. Response to arbitrary inputs, the convolution sum, properties of LTI systems and their interconnections, causality, stability. Linear constant coefficient difference equation and their solutions. Impulse response of LTI system, response to complex exponential and sinusoidal signals, the frequency response function. Transforms: Representation of sequences by Fourier transforms-symmetry properties and theorems. The Z-transform, two-sided and one-sided z-transforms, ROC, properties of z-transform, Inverse ztransform, Analysis of LTI system in the Z-domain. Sampling: Sampling of continuous time signals, periodic sampling, frequency-domain representation of sampling. Transform Analysis of LTI System: System functions-linear constant coefficient difference equations, poles and zeros, rational system function, causality and stability, frequency response of LTI systems, phase distortion and delay, frequency response for rational system functions and for single pole or zero systems. Structures for Discrete-time Systems: Block diagram representation of linear constant coefficient difference equations and their interconnections. Direct form I, direct form II, cascade form and parallel form structures, Finite precision word-length effect-number representation, analysis of effect of coefficient quantization and rounding off of noise, zero input limit cycles in fixed point realization of IIR digital filters. Filter Design Techniques: Characteristics of practical frequency selective filters, design of FIR filters by windowing. Characteristics of Butterworth &Chebyshev filters, design of IIR filters from continuous time filters- impulse invariance and bilinear transformation methods. Discrete Fourier Transforms: Frequency domain sampling, the DFT and properties of DFT, circular convolution, linear convolution using DFT, Application of DFT for A.C. transient analysis Efficient Computation of DFT: Computational complexity, FFT algorithms- the decimation-in-time and decimation-in-frequency; signal flow graph-Butterfly computations, in-place computations, analysis of computational complexities. Multi-rate signal processing and introduction to Wavelets.


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10. VLSI implementation of digital filters and signal processing algorithms, implementation of signal processing algorithms in general purpose processor, specialized DSP processors. 11. Applications of Signal Processing: Spectral analysis using DFT, musical sound and audio processing, application of signal processing in power system, fault detection and improving power quality, MATLAB programming. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Oppenhein and Schaffer Proakis&Manolakis Chen C.T. Sanjit K. Mitra Name of Book Discrete-time Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing: Spectral Computation& Filter Design Digital Signal Processing -x-x-x-xPublisher PHI PHI Oxford Univ. Press TMH


EE 1402

INDUSTRIAL DRIVES 7 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T


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Prerequisites: Power Electronics (EE 1306) Part – I 1. 2. Introduction: Concept of Electrical Drive, Advantages over other drives, Different parts, Classification, choice of Electrical Drives, Status of dc and ac Drives. Dynamics of Electrical Drives: Fundamental torque equation, Speed Torque conventions and multiquadrant operation, Nature and classification of load torques, Dynamics of motor-load combination and equivalent drive system, steady state stability & transient stability of electric Drive. Selection of Motor Power Rating: Thermal model of motor for heating and cooling, loading conditions and classes of motor duty, Determination of power rating of electric motors for different applications, effect of load inertia, load equalization, environmental factors. Starting: Effect of starting on power supply, motor and load, determination of acceleration time, energy relations during starting, methods to reduce the energy loss during starting. Electric Braking: Types of electric braking and advantages, braking of dc motors induction motors during lowering of loads and while stopping, braking of synchronous motors, energy relations during braking.


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Part- II 6. Control of Electrical Drives: Modes of operation, speed control and drive classifications, closed-loop control of drives: current-limit control, torque control, speed control, speed control of multi-motor drives, Speed sensing, current sensing, phase-locked-loop (PLL) control, closed-loop position control (Methods employed and description of different schemes only). Control of DC Drives: Speed control of dc separately excited motor using: (a) single-phase and threephase controlled rectifiers (b) Dual-converter and (c) Chopper, Steady state and transient analysis Control of Induction Motor Drives: Control of IM using variable frequency operation based on VSI, CSI &Cycloconverter, Speed control of wound rotor Induction Motor by (a) Static rotor resistance control (b) Static Scherbius drive (c) Static Kramer drive. Industrial Applications: Drives for steel Mills, Paper Mills, and Textile Mills.

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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. EE 1411 Author S.K. Pillai G.K. Dubey V. Subrahmanyam Bimal K Bose Name of Book A first course on Electrical Drives Fundamentals of Electrical Drives Electric Drives Electric Drives Publisher Willey Eastern Ltd. Narosa New Age Oxford(OUP) L T P C 0 0 2 2

POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LAB 7th Semester Electrical Engineering Branch

Prerequisite: Power Electronics (EE 1306), Industrial Drives (EE 1402) List of Experiments: 1. To study of terminal characteristics of SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET, IGBT

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To study the operational features of triggering circuits: resistance gate triggering circuit for SCR; resistance-capacitance gate triggering circuit for SCR; UJT triggering circuit for SCR To study the operation single-phase controlled rectifiers: half-wave controlled, fully-controlled and halfcontrolled (semi-converter) To study the functional controlled operation of class-A type voltage commutated DC chopper To study the functional operation of single-phase AC voltage-controller (i) using anti-parallel SCRs, (ii) TRIAC To study the functional operation of single-phase Cycloconverter with R and RL load 1-Ph Thyristor bridge based fully Controlled Converter Fed DC Motor Drive using Analog Mode open/ closed loop speed controller 3-Ph Thyristor bridge based fully Controlled Converter Fed DC Motor Drive using Analog Mode open/ closed loop speed controller 1-Ph IGBT based Four Quadrant Chopper Fed PMDC Motor Drive using Analog Mode open/ closed loop speed controller

10. To study the open/closed loop V/F control of 3-Ph, Induction Motor using 3-Ph IGBT based Inverter and TMS320LF2407A DSP controller

EE 1403

ANALOG & DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS 8 Semester Electrical Engineering Branch th L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Signal and System (EE 1206) 1. Introduction: The history of evolution of Electrical Communication, Concept of information, messages and signals, Knowledge of Signals and Information representation, Elements of a communication system, Communication channels, Base band and pass band signals, Fundamental limitations. Representation of signals and systems: Fourier transform, Properties of the Fourier transform, Parseval's theorem, Rayleig’s energy theorem, Dirac-Delta function, Fourier transform of Periodic linear systems. Representation of energy and power signals and their spectral density; External noise, internal noise, Noise calculations, signal to noise ratio. Continuous Wave modulation: Amplitude modulation and spectra, DSB Signals and spectra, Tone modulation and phasor analysis, Switching modulator, Envelope detector, Ring modulator and balanced modulator, Single side band modulation, Phase Shift method for generation of SSB, Phase and frequency modulation, Narrowband F.M, Wideband F.M, Transmission B.W. of F.M. signal, Generation of F.M. signal. Indirect F.M. & Direct F.M, Demodulation of F.M. signal using balanced frequency discrimination. AM transmitters and receivers, super heterodyne receiver, IF amplifiers, AGC circuits. Random Variables and Stochastic Process: Concept of random variables, Probability density function and probability distribution function of  random variable, Mean & Mean square value of a R.V, Concept of Stochastic Process, Ensemble averages and correlation function, Stationary and Ergodic Process, Signal Power, Time average and Power spectral density, Shot noise, Thermal noise and White noise. Sampling and Pulse modulation: Sampling Process, Sampling Theorem (only statement), Analogy Pulse modulation : PAM, PPM and PDM, Time Division Multiplexing, Quantization Process (only uniform quantization), Quantization noise, Pulse code modulation, Delta modulation, Differential Pulse Code modulation. Digital Communication: Base band Pulse Transmission concept., Method filter, Pass band transmission model, Gram Schmidt Orthogonalization principle, Geometrical interpretation of signal, Digital modulation techniques, Coherent binary PSK, Coherent binary FSK, Coherent quadriphase shift keying.







Introduction to Information Theory: Uncertainty, Information and Entropy, Properties of Entropy, Source coding theorem. Measure of information, Entropy & Information rate, channel capacity, Hartley Shannon law, Huffman coding, Shannon Fano coding.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author Bruce Carlson Taub and Schilling Simon Hymins BP Lathi Couch John Proakis Name of Book Communication Systems Principles of Communication Systems Communication Systems Modern Digital and Analog C i i S Digital and Analog Communication Digital Communications Publisher McGraw Hill I.E. McGraw Hill I.E. PHI Oxford university Press Pearson Education India McGraw Hill

EE 1421

HIGH VOLTAGE AC/DC Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303) 1. Breakdown Mechanism of Gases, Liquid and Solid Materials: Properties of Gas as an insulating medium and their breakdown, Townsend’s current growth equation and criterion for breakdown, Electronegative gases-their properties and breakdown, Streamer theory of breakdown in gases, Paschen’s law, Conduction and breakdown of liquid dielectric, Pure & commercial liquids - origin, purification and breakdown, Transformer oil - composition, purification, testing and breakdown, Different types of breakdown in solid dielectric, Breakdown in composite dielectric, Measurement of intrinsic strength, partial discharge, Different types of solid dielectric - use, property and breakdown. Electrical Properties of High Vacuum: High vacuum as a dielectric, Pre-breakdown condition, Factors effecting the breakdown voltage and breakdown phenomenon, Over Voltage Phenomenon & Insulation Co-ordination: Natural cases of over-voltage,-lighting overvoltage, Traveling waves on Transmission line, Over voltage due to arching ground, Line design based on lighting, Insulation co-ordination & over voltage protection, Magnetic surge crest ammeter, Klydonograph, Fulcharnograph, Oscillograph, surge absorber, ground and counter-poise wires, lightning arrestors etc. High Voltage Generation: Generation of high voltage DC – voltage multiplier circuit, Generation of A.C. high voltage – cascade transformers & resonant transformers, Generation of Impulse voltage – Multistage Impulse generator method (Marx Circuit),Generation of Impulse current, Van-de-graph generator. Measurement of High Voltage & Currents: Measurement of high D.C. voltage- Generating voltmeter, Measurement of A.C. voltage- Electrostatic voltmeter, sphere gaps, Measurement of A.C. high frequency Impulse voltage- peak voltmeters, sphere gaps, Measurement of DC current – Hall generator, Measurement of AC current- current transformer, Measurement of Impulse currents- CRO. High Voltage Equipments: Bushing - classification, construction & application breakdown of Design, Guard Ring and shields, High voltage Bus-bar-Introduction, High voltage cables – Introduction. High Voltage Testing and Testing Techniques: Testing of overhead line insulator, Testing of cable, Testing of Bushing, Testing of power transformer, Testing of circuit breakers and Isolators, Measurement of Resistivity, Dielectric constant and loss factor, High voltage Schering bridge, Testing of surge Arrestors. Design, Planning and Layout of High Voltage Laboratory: Testing facility, activities of a H.V. Laboratory, Planning, clearance and layouts, Test equipment and layout, Safety measures, Grounding techniques of H.V. Impulse laboratory.

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Introduction to EHV. System & EHV Lines: Effect of corona on EHV line, Lightning and lightning protection

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author M.S. Naidu and V. Kamaraju, C.L. Wadhwa, M. Khalifa, Rakesh Das Begamudre, Prof. D.V. Razevig, Sunil S. Rao, Name of Book High voltage Engineering High voltage Engineering H. V. Engineering- Theory and Practice Extra High Voltage A.C. Transmission Engg High Voltage Engineering Switchgear and Protection -x-x-x-x-xEE 1422 POWER ELECTRONICS IN POWER SYSTEMS Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303), Power Electronics (EE 1306) 1. General aspects of DC transmission, converter circuits and their analysis, DC link controls, faults and abnormal operation and protection, Steady state and dynamic problems in AC systems. Flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS). Principles of series and shunt compensation. Description of static var compensators (SVC), Thyristor Controlled series compensators (TCSC), Static phase shifters (SPS), Static condenser (STATCON), Static synchronous series compensator (SSSC) and Unified power flow controller (UPFC), Interline Power Flow Controller (IPFC), circuit, steady-state behaviour and control, advantage over UPFC. Modelling and Analysis of FACTS controllers. Control strategies to improve system stability. Power Quality problems in distribution systems, harmonics, harmonics creating loads, modelling, harmonic propagation, Series and parallel resonances, harmonic power flow, Mitigation of harmonics, filters, passive filters, Active filters, shunt, series hybrid filters, voltage sags & swells, voltage flicker. Mitigation of power quality problems using power electronic conditioners. IEEE standards L 3 T 0 P 0 C 6 Publisher Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd Edition New Age. Marcel Dekker Inc. New Age Khanna Publishers. Khanna Publishers.



Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Name of the Books Power Quality Static Reactive Power Compensation Reactive power control in Electrical system FACTS CONTROLLERS in Power Transmission & Distribution HVDC POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Technology and System Interactions Understanding FACTS Concepts & Technology of FACTS Systems Power Electronic Converter Harmonics Power System Harmonic Analysis Author G.T. Heydt T.J.E. Miller T. J. E. Miller K. R. Padiyar K. R. Padiyar Hingorani N. G Derek A. P. Arrillaga J., Smith B. C., Watson N. R. and Wood A. R. Publisher Stars in a Circle Publications, Indiana, 1991. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1982. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1982. New Age International (P) Ltd.,” 2007. New Age International (P) Ltd.,” 1990. IEEE PRESS, 2000 IEEE Press. 1989 Wiley India.2008

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Power System Analysis Power System Harmonics Electrical Power System Quality Power Quality Power Electronic Control in Electrical Systems Recent publications on Power Systems and Power Delivery

Arthur R. B., Arrillaga J., Braedlley D. A. and Bodger P. S. Dugan R. C., McGranaghan M. F. and Beaty H. W. Sankaran C. E Acha, V.G. Agelidis, O AnayaLara, T J E Miller --x-x-x-x-x-

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EE 1423

HIGH POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power Electronics (EE 1306), Analog Electronics (EE 1203) 1. Power Semiconductor Devices: PNPN diodes, DIACS, Thyristors, TRIACS, GTO devices. Power transistors, Power MOSFET. Rating, Losses and Cooling. Triggering circuits for SCRs, UJT. Blocking Oscillators, Schmitt trigger circuits – Power MOS gate drive circuits.Uncontrolled and controlled Rectifiers: Single phase and polyphase Bridge rectifiers. Transformer ratings. Inductive load, free wheeling diodes. Converter Operation: Overlap, power factor, inversion, regulation, P-pulse converters, power factor control via PWM converters. D.C. Line Commutation: Series and parallel capacitor turn off, resonant turn off, impulse commutation. AC Voltage Controllers / Regulators. D.C. Choppers: Principles, classification, use. Frequency Conversion: Cycloconverter - single and three phase circuits, blocked Group operation, circulating current mode. Single phase and three phase inverters, constant voltage source and constant current source inverters, HF inverters for heating. Application: D.C. and A.C. drives, SMPS, Resonant converters, AC Line Filters, ratio, interference suppression. HDVC transmission. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author Lauder C W Sen P C Rashid M H Dubey S K Singh M D &Khanchandni Mohan N, Underland T M & Robbins W P Bose B K Dubey G.K Subramanyam Sugandhi Name of Book Power Electronics Power Electronics Power Electronics Thysistorised Power Controller Power Electronics Power Electronics Publisher MHI, 3rdEdn TMH PHI Pub John Wiley & Sons TMH Pub John Wiley & Sons

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Modern Power Electronics Thyristorised Power Controllers Power Electronics Thyristors: Theory & Applications DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

Jaico Pub. House New Age International New Age International New Age International L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Control System I(EE 1302) and Control System II(EE 1305) Introduction to Digital Control: Introduction, Discrete time system representation, Mathematical modeling of sampling process, Data reconstruction

Modeling Discrete-Time Systems by Pulse Transfer Function: Revisiting Z-transform, Mapping of s-plane to z-plane, Pulse transfer function, Pulse transfer function of closed loop system, Sampled signal flow graph Stability Analysis of Discrete Time Systems: Jury stability test, Stability analysis using bi-linear transformation Design of Sampled Data Control Systems: Root locus method, Controller design using root locus, Root locus based controller design using MATLAB, Nyquist stability criteria, Bode plot, Lead compensator design using Bode plot, Lag compensator design using Bode plot, Lag-lead compensator design in frequency domain Discrete State Space Model: Introduction to state variable model, Various canonical forms, Characteristic equation, state transition matrix, Solution to discrete state equation Controllability, Observability and Stability of Discrete State Space Models: Controllability and Observability, Stability, Lyapunov stability theorem State Feedback Design for Discrete Systems: Pole placement by state feedback, Set point tracking controller, Full order observer, Reduced order observer Output Feedback Design for Discrete Systems: Output feedback design: Theory, Output feedback design: Examples Introduction to Optimal Control for Discrete Systems: Basics of optimal control, Performance indices, Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) design. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Gopal, M. B. C. Kuo K. Ogata G. F. Franklin, J. D. Powell and M. L. Workman. Name of Book Digital Control and State Variable Methods Digital Control Systems Discrete Time Control Systems Digital Control of Dynamic Systems Publisher THM Oxford University Press, 2/e, Indian Edition, 2007 Prentice Hall, 2/e, 1995 --

EE 1425

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MATERIALS Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101) 1. Dielectrics: Dielectric properties of insulators in static fields. The static dielecric constant. Polarization and dielectric constant. Dielectric constant of monatomic gases and polyatomic molecules. Internal fields in solids and liquids. Ferroelectric materials, spontaneous polarization, piezoelectricity Behaviour of Dielectrics in Alternating Fields: Frequency dependence of the electronic polarizability. Ionic polarization as a function of frequency. Complex dielectric constant of non-dipolar solids. Dipolar relaxation. Dielectric losses. Dielectric gases. Liquid insulating materials. Solid insulating materials. Films. Magnetic Properties of Materials: Magnetic dipole moment of current loop. Magnetisation from a macroscopic viewpoint. Orbital magnetic dipole moment and angular momentum of two simple atomic models. Lenz’s law and induced dipole moments. Classification of magnetic materials. Diamagnetism. Origin of permanent magnetic dipole moments. Paramagnetism, ferromagnetic domains, magnetic anisotropy. Magnetostriction, antiferromagnetism, ferromagnetism, magnetic materials for electrical devices. Conductors: Free electron theory of metals, Ohm’s law, relaxation time, collision time and mean free path. Electron scattering and the resistivity of metals. Heating effect of current, thermal superconductivity. Properties of Semiconductors: Electron-hole concentration, Fermi level, Generation and recombination, carrier life-time, diffusion length. Scattering and mobility of carriers. Einstein relation. LASER.



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Conducting Materials: High conductive materials-copper, Aluminum, Tungsten, Nickel, Brass, Bronze and other alloys; contact materials-Mercury, other alloys; High resistivity materials-carbon, graphite, Nichrome; Fuses. Insulating Materials: Gaseous materials-Oxide gases, electronegative gases, hydrocarbon gases; Liquid materials-mineral oils, silicon liquids, hydrocarbon liquids; Solid materials-Paper and boards, Resins (Polymers), Rubbers-natural and synthetic, glass, ceramics, asbestos. Reference Books:


S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. -x-x xEE 1426

Author S.P. Seth, P.V. Gupta A.J. Dekker Ian P. Jones L. Solymar& D. Walsh J.K. Shackelford & M.K. Muralidhara

Name of Book A course in Electrical Engineering Materials Electrical Engineering Materials Materials Science for Electrical & Electronics Engineers Electrical Properties of Materials Introduction to material science for engineers

Publisher DhanpatRai& Sons PHI. Oxford Oxford Pearson Education


SMART GRID Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303) 1. 2. 3. Basic Power Systems: Load Modeling and generation systems for conventional and restructured power system. Power Flow Analysis. Renewable Generation: Renewable Resources: Wind and Solar, Micro-grid Architecture, Distributed Storage and Reserves, Dealing with short term variations, stochastic models based on price forecasting. Power System Economics: Power system generation economics, Modeling of Consumers and producers, Electricity market structures, Marginal price, Optimal Power Flows, Distribution systems basics under new environment etc. Smart Grid: Definition, Various components, Application and standards, Impacts of Smart Grid on reliability, Impacts of Smart Grid on air pollutant emissions reduction. Smart Grid Communications: Two-way Digital Communications Paradigm, Network Architectures, IPbased Systems Power Line Communications, Advanced Metering Infrastructure. Demand Side Management: Definition, Applications, Load characteristics, load curve and load duration curve, Energy Consumption Scheduling, Controllable Load Models, Dynamics, and Challenges, Plug-inhybrid Vehicles and smart appliances. Wide Area Measurement: Sensor Networks, Phasor Measurement Units, Communications Infrastructure, Fault Detection and Self-Healing Systems, Applications and Challenges. Security and Privacy: Cyber Security Challenges in Smart Grid, Load Altering Attacks, False Data Injection Attacks, Defense Mechanisms, Privacy Challenges. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author D.S. Kirshen A. J. Wood, B. F. Wollenberg G. M. Masters S. Stoft A.Mazer Name of Book Fundamentals of Power System Economics Power Generation Operation and Control Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems Power System Economics: Designing Markets for Electricity Electric Power Planning for Regulated and Deregulated Markets Publisher John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons John Wiley & Sons Wiley-Interscience John Wiley & Sons

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EE 1427

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Departmental Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Managerial Economics (HS 1201) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Industrial Engineering: Concept and evolution of I. E. theory and practice. Its role and application, time and motion study techniques, workplace layout, stop watch time study, worksampling, therbligs. Project Management: Network Techniques, PERT, CPM, Crashing. Management: Functions of management, evolution of management thoughts, School of management, Modern management theories, MIS. Organization: Organizational Structure, types, company formations, features of various ownerships, principle of authority, span of control. Material management: Historic approach, material functions, inventory policies, VED techniques. Production Planning and Control: techniques. Functions and roles, value analysis, production forecasting

Quality Control: Quality and reliability, SQC, acceptance sampling, TQM concept. Plant maintenance: Preventive, productive, breakdown and scheduled maintenance, maintainability, TPM concept. Human Resource management: Introduction, Theories and evolution, natures and functions of human resource management, Human resource planning, recruitment, selection and induction. Reference Books:

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Author Khanna, O.P. Hicks, Phillips Prasad, L.M. Koontz, H &Weitirich, H. Beardwell& Holden Besterfield

Name of Book Industrial Engg and management Industrial Engg and management Principles and practice of management Essentials of Management Human resource management Total Quality management

Publisher DhanpatRai& Sons

S. Chand & Sons McGraw Hill McMillan India LPE

EE 1431

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN POWER SYSTEM Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303) 1. Elementary Linear Graph Theory: Incidence and network matrices. Calculation of Z-Bus, Y-Bus, Z-Loop by singular and non-singular transformations. Algorithm for the calculation of Z-Bus of singular and three phase network. Short circuit studies using Z-Bus, Y-Bus. Different Methods of Solution of Linear and Non-linear Algebraic Equations: Gauss-Scidel, Gront relaxation, Newton-Raphson and iterative methods. Load flow studies by different methods, solution of the swing equations. Representation of off-load and on-load tap changing and phase-shifting transformers for the purpose of load flow studies.



Central Computer Control and Protection: Data collection and manipulation, supervisory control relay target logging, state estimation program, Operating procedure recommendations, automatic fault study and relay setting, power system stability monitoring, corrective action for stability problem. Automatic generation control, economic dispatch, generation schedule, optimum unit commitment interchange negotiation, volt/ VAR dispatch, weather forecast analysis, load forecast – future, evaluation of proposed operation, system security, load flow calculations, environmental monitoring. Reference Books:


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Author Stagg and Al Albiad M.A. Pai. Wood and Wollenberg George L. Kusic

Name of Book Computer Application in Power System Computer Techniques in Power System Analysis Power generation and Control Computer aided power system analysis

Publisher McGraw Hill TMH John Williey PHI

EE 1432 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Electrical Machines-I (EE 1207), Electrical Machines-II (EE 1301), Power System I (EE 1205), Power System II (EE 1303) 1. General consideration for design: temperature rise, output coefficients, main dimensions, winding design; analysis of magnetic circuits, design of transformer and induction machine. Computer aided design. 2. Design of transmission & distribution system; design of substation. 3. Need for automating circuit design. Design methodologies. Custom vs. semi-custom design. Automatic layout generation. Simulation and timing analysis. Functional, gate-level, circuit level and mixed level simulation. Physical modelling on computers. Clocking issues. Design for testability and manufacturability. 4. Basic problems in modern power equipment and drive systems. Basic design methodology and engineering considerations. Computerisation of design procedures. Optimization techniques and their applications to design problems. Use of computer software with workstations and PCs. Design exercises. Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. EE 1433 Author A.K. Sawhney B.C. Kuo S. K. Sen Programs Name of Book A course in Electrical Machine Design Automatic Control System Principal of Electrical Machine Design with Computer Publisher DhanpatRai PHI Oxford & IBH L T P C 3 0 0 6 L T P C 3 0 0 6

INTELLIGENT ALGORITHMS FOR POWER SYSTEMS Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303) Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), multilayer feed-forward networks, back-propagation training algorithm, radial basis function and recurrent networks. ANN based algorithms for load flow analysis, economic load dispatch, load forecasting, transient stability, and power system stabilizers. Introduction to genetic algorithms, Application of genetic algorithms for power system optimization.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Stamatios V. Kartalopoulos Simon Haykin L. Davis M. M. Gupta Name of Book Understanding Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Neural Networks Handbook of Genetic Algorithms Intelligent Control System Publisher IEEE Press Pearson Education Asia Van Nostrand Reinhold IEEE Press

EE 1434

ADVANCED POWER ELECRONICS AND DEVICES Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power Electronics (EE 1306) Resonant DC – DC converters: operation, characteristics, design equations, control techniques and application; SMPS: Forward, flyback, push pull operation, characteristics, design and control techniques; Current controlled PWM; Voltage source inverters – Bang-bang, SPWM and space vector modulation techniques; Resonant DC link voltage source inverters – operation characteristics, design and control; Non drive applications of power electronic inverters: UPS, induction heating, metal cutting, active power line conditioning; Drive application of inverters: Vector controlled and slip power controlled induction motor drive, self controlled synchronous motor drive – constant power factor and constant margin angle control; Permanent magnet synchronous motor drive, stepper motor drive and switched reluctance motor drive; Application of microprocessor, PC and DSP in machine drives – example with DC motor drive. S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author Philip T.Krein Mohan, Undeland Robbins Rashid M. P.C.Sen Fang Lin Luo F.F.Mazda Name of Book Power Electronics Power Electronics & DC converters Power Electronics Power Electronics Power Electronics Power Electronics Hand Book Publisher OUP Wiley PHI TMH CRP Press Elsevier

EE 1435

ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Mathematics I & Mathematics II 1. Linear Algebra: Matrices, Vector spaces over R and C, linear dependence and independence, subspaces, bases, Linear transformations, rank and nullity, matrix of a linear transformation. Inverse and Pseudoinverse, Eigen values & Eigen vectors. Principle Component Analysis and Their significance and Application in Signal Processing and control. Complex Variable: Derivation of Couchy-Rieman conditions, Equations, Poles & Zeroes, Mapping. Residue calculus technique, Contour integration technique. Conformal Mapping Application to Nyquist criteria. Evaluation of series using contour integration. Calculus: Riemann's definition of definite integrals; Indefinite integrals; Infinite and improper integrals; Double and triple integrals (evaluation of Areas Volumes.)




Vector Analysis: Scalar and vector fields, differentiation of vector field of a scalar variable; Gradient, divergence and curl in Cartesian, cylindrical, Sperical and curvilinear coordinates; Higher order derivatives; Gauss and Stokes’ theorems, Green’s identities. Applications to Electromagnetism. Linear Programming: Linear programming problems, basic solution, basic feasible solution and optimal solution; Graphical method and simplex method of solutions; Duality. Transportation and assignment problems. Transform Calculus: Fourier Transform, Fourier Analysis and Laplace Transform And Their Application PDE: Family of surfaces in three dimensions and formulation of partial differential equations; Solution of quasi-linear partial differential equations of the first order. Linear partial differential equations of the second order with constant coefficients, canonical form; Solution of Wave Equation, Heat equation, Laplace equation by Laplace and Fourier Transform Method


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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Krysig M D Singhania K B Dutta Murry R Spigel Name of Book Advanced Engineering Mathematics Differential Equation Linear Algebra Vector Analysis Publisher Willy Publication S Chand LPE Schaum Publications

EE 1436

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND VLSI DESIGN Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203) MOS transistor (enhancement and depletion). Basic inverter in NMOS and CMOS technology, E/D logic. Gates in NMOS and CMOS technology. Pass transistor. Introduction to NMOS and CMOS design methodology. Design rules, stick diagrams, poly-cell and gate array approaches. Examples of cell design. Software tools for design. Circuit and logic simulation. Layout generation and verification.

EE 1437

PROCESS CONTROL Departmental Elective II Electrical Engineering Department

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Prerequisite: Instrumentation (EE 1309), Control System –I (EE 1302) Module 1: Process characteristics: Incentives for process control, Process Variables types and selection criteria. Process degree of freedom, Period of Oscillation and Damping, Characteristics of physical System: Resistance, Capacitive and Combination of both. Elements of Process Dynamics, Types of processes- Dead time, Single /multicapacity, Self-Regulating /non self-regulating, Interacting /no interacting, Linear/nonlinear, Selection of control action for them, Study of Liquid Processes, Gas Processes, Flow Processes, Thermal Processes in respect to above concepts Module2: Analysis of Control Loop: Steady state gain, Process gain, Valve gain, Process time constant, Variable timeConstant, Transmitter gain, linearizing an equal percentage valve, Variable pressure drop analysis of Flow Control, Pressure Control, Liquid level Control, Temperature control, SLPC-features, faceplate, functions, MLPC- features, faceplate, functions, SLPC and MLPC comparison, scaling: types of scaling, examples of scaling. Module 3: Feedback Control: Basic principles, Elements of the feedback Loop, Block Diagram, Control Performance Measures for Common Input Changes, Selection of Variables for Control Approach to Process Control.

Factors in Controller Tuning, Determining Tuning Constants for Good Control Performance, Correlations for tuning Constants, Fine Tuning of the controller tuning Constants. The performance of feedback Systems, Practical Application of Feedback Control: Equipment Specification, Input Processing, Feedback Control Algorithm, Output Processing. Module 4: Multi Loop & Nonlinear Systems: Cascade control, Feed forward control, feedback-feed forward control, Ratio control,Selective Control , Split range control- Basic principles, Design Criteria , Performance,Controller Algorithm and Tuning, Implementation issues, Examples and any special Features of the individual loop and industrial applications. Nonlinear Elements in Loop: Limiters, Dead Zones, Backlash, Dead Band Velocity Limiting, Negative Resistance, Improvement in nonlinear process performance through Deterministic Control Loop Calculations, Calculations of the measured variable, final control element selection, cascade control design, Real time implementation issues Module 5 Multivariable Control: Concept of Multivariable Control: Interactions and its effects, Modelling and transferfunctions, Influence of Interaction o the possibility of feedback control, important effects on Multivariable system behavior Relative Gain Array, effect of Interaction on stability and Multi loop Control system. Multi loop control Performance through: Loop Paring, tuning, Enhancement through Decoupling, Single Loop Enhancements.

Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. Author Donald Eckman Thomas E Marlin F.G.Shinskey Name of Book Automatic Process Control Process Control- Designing processes and Control Systems for Dynamic Performance Process Control System Publisher Wiley Eastern Limited McGraw-HillInternational Editions TMH

EE 1441 RESTRUCTURED ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) 1. Overview of Key Issues in Electric Utilities Restructuring: Introduction, restructuring models, independent system operator, power exchange, market operations, market power, stranded costs, transmission pricing , congestion pricing, management of inter zonal/ intra zonal congestion Open Access Same Time Information System: Introduction, structure of OASIS, implementation of OASIS phases, posting of information, transfer capability of OASIS, transmission services, methodologies to calculate ATC, experience with OASIS in some restructuring models. Tagging Electricity Transactions: Introduction, definitionof tagging, historical background on tagging, how does a tagging process work? Identifytags, dataelements of a tag, communication during failure recovery, transaction states, implementations, curtailment and cancellation of transactions. Electric Energy Trading: Introduction, essences of electric energy trading, energy trading framework, derivative instruments of energy trading, portfolio Management, energy trading hubs, brokers in electricity trading, green power trading,. Hedging Tools for Managing Risk in Electricity Markets: Introduction, risk, definition of hedge, sources of electricity market risks, value at Risk, counterparts risk, risk evaluation in electricity trading, hedging weather risk. L T 3 0 P 0 C 6





Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Author Wood A and Wollenberg B A Chambers M Crew D Pilipovic Fallon W and Turner D Fusaro P Gellings C Jorion P Shahidehpour M and Marwali Name of Book Power generation, Operation and control Merchant Power: A basic Guide Deregulation and Diversification of Utilities Energy Risk: Valuing and Managing Energy Derivatives Managing Energy Price Energy Risk Management: Hedging Strategies and Instruments for the international Energy Markets Effective power marketing Value at Risk Maintenance Scheduling in a Restructured Power System Publisher Second Edition John Wiley & Sons Inc. Pennwell Publishers Kluwer Academic Press MC Graw-Hill Risk Books McGraw-Hill, New York Pennwell Publishers McGraw Hill, New York Kluwer Academic Press

EE 1442

ELECTRICAL NETWORKS AND PRICING Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303)


Introduction to restructuring of power industry, Fundamentals of economics, Philosophy of market models, Transmission congestion management, Locational Marginal Prices (LMP) and Financial Transmission Rights (FTR).


Pricing of transmission network usage and loss allocation: Introduction to transmission pricing, Principles of transmission pricing, Classification of transmission pricing, Rolled-in transmission pricing methods, Marginal transmission pricing paradigm, Composite pricing paradigm, Merits and demerits of different paradigms, Debated issues in transmission pricing, Classification of loss allocation methods, comparison between various methods.


Introduction to optimal bidding by a generator company, optimal bidding methods.

Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. Author D. Kirschen and G. Strbac S. Hunt K. Bhattacharya, J.E. Daadler, M.H.J. Bollen Name of Book Fundamentals of Power System Economics Making Competition work in Electricity Operation of Restructured Power Systems Publisher John Wiley & Sons Ltd. John Wiley & Sons Ltd Kluwer Academic Publishers

EE 1443

ELECTRIC POWER UTILISATION AND TRACTION Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) and Power System II (EE 1303)

Part-I 1. 2. 3. Traction System: Classification, brief explanation, Electric Traction - Different types, distinguishing features, advantages and disadvantages, Factors affecting final choice of Traction system. Power Supply System for Track Electrification: Different systems of track electrification, block diagram representation, Advantages and disadvantages. Power Supply Arrangement: Constituents of ac power supply system, layout and brief description of each of the constituents, miscellaneous equipments at control posts and major equipments at ac substation, Functions of dc traction sub-station. Overhead Equipment: Various current collection system, brief description & areas of application, Constructional details of OHE employing single catenary and supported by swiveling type bracket assembly, Automatic weight tension and temperature compensation scheme, Factors determining the height, span of contact wire, Types of OHE supporting structure. Traction Mechanics and its applications: Types of train services and their distinguishing features, Train resistance, adhesion, Train movements and Energy consumption. Speed-time curve, simplified sptime curve; Tractive and relevant problems, multiple unit control and metadyne control.



Part - II 6. Electric Heating: Advantages of electric heating, Different methods of electric heating, their working principle; Brief idea about practical oven/furnace (To show the physical positions of main components only), range of operating temp., idea about current and voltage magnitudes used, application area, Different types of heating material electrode and their characteristics, causes of failure of heating element, Methods of controlling the temp. in the oven/furnace, Calculations relating to power input/output and design of main parameters of the furnace.

Part - III 7. Illumination: Classification of lamps based on the principle of operation; Different accessories required in each case and their circuit connection, Performance comparison with reference to lumen/watt efficiency, installation cost, length of life and quality of service, Method of design of lighting systems with simple problem.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. Author H. Partab H. Partab. Name of Book Modern Electric Traction Art and Science of Utilization of Electrical Energy Publisher DhanpatRai&Co.P.Ltd. DhanpatRai&Co.P.Ltd.

EE 1444

SMART SENSORS Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. 2. Smart Sensors Fundamentals: Basic sensor technology Sensor systems; Smart sensors definitions; Smart Sensors: Characteristics; Smart sensors architectures; Smart sensors buses and interfaces; Smart sensors software; Data acquisition methods for smart sensors; Virtual sensor systems; Smart sensors for electrical and non-electrical variables; Sensor Networks Architectures: Single node architecture; Multi node architectures; Design principles; Energy efficient topologies; Wired sensor networks and wireless sensor networks; Applications; Communication Protocols: Physical layer; MAC protocols; Link layer protocols; Localization and positioning; Routing protocols; Transport layer; Data gathering and processing: Protocols for gather information; Data processing techniques; Energy Management: Energy consumption of sensor nodes; Techniques for reducing consumption and communication energy; Energy aware routing; Security, Reliability and Fault-Tolerance: Security and privacy protection; Reliability support; Fault-tolerance; Sensor Networks Standards; Platforms and Tools: IEEE 802.15.4 and IEEE 802.11; Berkeley motes; Operating systems.

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Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. Author N. V. Kirianaki, S. Y. Yurish, N. O. Shpak V. P. Deynega H. Karl, A. Willig M. Ilyas, I. Mahgoub Name of Book Data Acquisition and Signal Processing for Smart Sensors Protocols and Architectures for Wireless Sensor Networks Handbook of Sensor Networks: Compact Wireless and Wired Sensing Systems Publisher John Wiley John Wiley CRC

EE 1445

OPTO-ELECTRONICS AND FIBER OPTICS Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Department

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Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203), Digital Electronics (EE 1208) 1. Elements of Light And Solid State Physics: Wave nature of light, Polarization, Interference, Diffraction, Light Source, review of Quantum Mechanical concept, Review of Solid State Physics, Review of Semiconductor Physics and Semiconductor Junction Device. Display Devices and Lasers: Introduction, Photo Luminescence, Cathode Luminescence, Electro Luminescence, Injection Luminescence, Injection Luminescence, LED, Plasma Display, Liquid Crystal Displays, Numeric Displays, Laser Emission, Absorption, Radiation, Population Inversion, Optical Feedback, Threshold condition, Laser Modes, Classes of Lasers, Mode Locking, laser applications. Optical Detection Devices: Photo detector, Thermal detector, Photo Devices, Photo Conductors, Photo diodes, Detector Performance. Optoelectronic Modulator: Introduction, Analog and Digital Modulation, Electro-optic modulators, Magneto Optic Devices, Acoustic devices, Optical, Switching and Logic Devices. Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits: Introduction, hybrid and Monolithic Integration, Application of Opto Electronic Integrated Circuits, Integrated transmitters and Receivers, Guided wave devices.


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Optical Fibers: Fiber Structures and Types, Rays and Modes Single-mode and Multimode Fibers, Refractive Index Profiles, Graded Index Fiber Numerical Aperture, Acceptance Angle, V-Parameter. Loss mechanisms in Fibers, Loss vs. Wavelength Plot and Its Significance Dispersion Mechanisms in Fibers: Intermodal and Intra-modal (Chromatic) Dispersions, Components of Intra-modal Dispersions, Dispersion vs. Wavelength Plots and Their Significance.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author J. Wilson and J.Haukes Pallab Bhattacharya Jasprit Singh Name of Book Opto Electronics – An Introduction Semiconductor Opto Electronic Devices Opto Electronics – As Introduction to materials and devices -x-xPublisher Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi Prentice Hall of India Pvt., Ltd., New Delhi McGraw-Hill International Edition

EE 1446

WIND AND SOLAR ENEGY SYSTEMS Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Department

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Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) Introduction to Solar Energy: Recent trends in energy consumption – World energy scenario– Energy sources and their availability – Conventional and renewable sources – Need to develop new energy technologies –Solar radiation and measurement – Solar cells and their characteristics – Influence of insulation and temperature – PV arrays – Electrical storage with batteries – Solar availability in India – Switching devices for solar energy conversion – Stand alone inverters – Charge controllers – Water pumping – Audio visual equipments, Street lighting, Analysis of PV systems Power Conditioning Converters: DC Power conditioning converters – Maximum Power point tracking algorithms – AC power conditioners – Line commutated inverters – synchronized operation with grid supply – Harmonic problem Wind Energy Conversion System: Basic principle of wind energy conversion – nature of wind – Wind survey in India – Power in the wind – components of a wind energy conversion system – Performance of Induction Generators for WECS – Classification of WECS Induction Generator: Self excited Induction Generator for isolated Power Generators – Theory of selfexcitation – Capacitance requirements – Power conditioning schemes – Controllable DC Power from SEIGs Optimisation Technique: Wind / Solar PV integrated systems – selection of power conversion ratio – Optimization of system components – Storage Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Rai G.D. Rai G.D. Daniel, Hunt V Gary L. Johnson Name of Book Non – Conventional Energy Sources Solar Energy Utilisation Opto Electronics – As Wind Power – A Handbook of WECS Wind Energy Systems Wind Energy Conversion Publisher Khanna Publishers, 1993 Khanna Publishers, 1993 Van Nostrend Co., New York, 1981 Prentice Hall Inc., 1985 Prentice Hall (UK) Ltd., 1990

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EE 1447

INTELLIGENT CONTROL Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Department

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Introduction to Intelligent control and comparison study between conventional control and intelligent control. Intelligent supervisory control, intelligent adaptive control Introduction to Neural Network. Intelligent Control using Neural Network, Approximation capabilities by feed forward and recurrent Neural Networks, Neuro-control based on Back propagation algorithm, System identification with neural network Introduction to Fuzzy Logic. Application of Fuzzy logic in Control System, Fuzzy quantization of knowledge, Fuzzy controller design Genetic Algorithm Based Control System, Optimization Optimization and its Application in Control System Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. Author M.M Gupta & N.K Sinha Goldberg Name of Book Intelligent Control Systems Genetic Algorithm Publisher IEEE Press Pearson Education based on Genetic Algorithm, Particle Swamp

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SWITCHED MODE POWER CONVERSION Departmental Elective III Electrical Engineering Department

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Prerequisites: Analog Electronics (EE 1203), Digital Electronics (EE 1208), Power Electronics (EE 1306) Switched mode power conversion – Overview; Switching power converters - circuit topology, operation, steadystate model, dynamic model: Non-isolated converters; Isolated converters; CCM and DCM operation of converters; Modelling DC-DC converters: State space representations, Circuit Averaging, State Space Model of Boost Converter; DC-DC converter controller: Controller Structure, PID Controllers, Pulse width modulation, Controller design principles, Controllers and Sensing Circuit, Current Control, Unity Power Factor Converter; DC-DC Converter Design examples; Resonant Converters; Parallel loaded and series loaded resonant converters; transfer characteristics; design. Basic two-level inverters: topology derivation and switching schemes; PWM methods: sine-triangle and spacephasor methods; Multi-level inverters: basic topology derivation and introduction to PWM schemes for multilevel inverters. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author Robert Ericksson&DraganMaksimovic Ned Mohan, Tore M Undeland& W. P. Robbins Joseph Vithayathil Middlebrook, R. D. (Robert David), and Slobodan Cuk Erickson, Robert W. Electronics Name of Book Fundamentals of Power Electronics Power Electronics Power Electronics – Principles and Applications Advances in Switched-Mode Power Conversion, Volumes I and II Fundamentals of Power Publisher Kluwer Academic publishers John Wiley. McGraw Hill. TESLAco, 1983. Chapman & Hall, 1997.


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Course Material on Switched Mode Power Conversion

Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560012.

EE 1451 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PLANNING AND AUTOMATION Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) Configuration of distribution systems, load characteristics, distribution transformers, distribution substation design, feeder design, voltage regulation, protection in distribution systems, SCADA, distribution automation. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. Author M.K.Khualkaret al TarunGonen Name of Book A textbook of electric power distribution automation Electric power distribution Engineering -x-x-x-x-xDEMAND SIDE MANAGEMENT Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) The concepts of demand-side management (DSM) for electric utilities, DSM alternatives and goals. End-use equipment and control, utility equipment control, energy storage, dispersed generation, customer DSM promotions. Performance improvement equipment and system benefit/cost analysis of DSM alternatives: issues in forecasting DSM programme impacts. Implementation of DSM programme: pricing and incentives. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. Author FawarElkarmi et al Clark W Gellings et al Name of Book Power System Planning Technologies and application Demand-Side management planning x-x-x-xEE 1453 MODELING, ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch L T P C 3 0 0 6 Publisher IGI Global Fairmont Press Publisher Laxmi publications Ltd. CRC Press (3rd Edition) L T P C 3 0 0 6

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Prerequisites: Electrical Machines-I (EE 1207), Electrical Machines-II (EE 1301) Principle of unified machine theory, generalized torque equation. Voltage and torque equation of dc machine, Performance evaluation of DC machine and speed control. Application of reference frame theory to three phase symmetrical induction and synchronous machines, dynamic direct and quadrature axis model in arbitrarily rotating reference frames, voltage and torque equations, corresponding equivalent circuits, derivation of steady state phasor relationship from dynamic model. Concept of Space vector, field oriented control and direct torque control of IM & SM.

Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. x-x-x-x-xEE 1454 MODELING AND SIMULATION Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. System Models and Role of Simulation: Basic concepts and nomenclature, Types of system- Deterministic, Stochastic, Continuous and Discrete Systems, System Simulation – Uses of simulation and its limitation, Steps in simulation studies. Statistical Tool: Generation and testing of pseudorandom numbers, Random variable generation for Uniform, Exponential, Normal and Poisson distributions, Sampling and Estimation, Maximum likelihood estimation, Confidence interval estimation. Discrete Event Simulation: Representation of time, Approach to discrete event simulation, Queuing models – Single and multiserver queues, Steady state behavior of queues, Network of queues, Inventory System simulation, Programming languages for discrete system simulation. – GPSS, SIMSCRIPT (Brief Overview) Modeling and Performance Evaluation of Computer Systems: Behavioral, Data flow and structural modeling, Overview of Hardware, Modeling and Simulation, Simulation for behavioral model, Evaluation of multiprocessor systems, workload characterization and Benchmarks. Continuous System Simulation: Continuous System Models – Open and closed loop systems, Models described by differential equations, Systems Dynamics, Growth and decay models, Systems dynamics diagram, Simulations of aircraft models, Biological and sociological systems simulation, Simulation Languages Overview – CSMP. Virtual Reality Modeling: Overview of Virtual Reality Modeling Language VRML 20, Creating dynamic worlds, Integrating JavaScript’s with VRML Verification and Validation of Simulation Models: Goals of Model Verification and Validation, Input data Analysis, Output analysis, Sensitivity analysis, Hypothesis testing, Performance measures and their estimation. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author J.E. Banks, G. Gordon D. Ferrari J. Bhastav Name of Book Discrete System Simulation System Simulation Computer Systems Performance Evaluation, A VHDL Primer Publisher Prentice Hall Prentice Hall India Prentice Hall Prentice Hall L T P C 3 0 0 6 Author C.V. Jones P.Vas J.M.D. Murphy & F.G. Turnbull W. Leonhard P.C. Krause B. K. Bose Name of Book The Unified Theory of Electrical Machines Vector Control of A.C. Machines Power Electronic Control of AC motors Control of Electrical Drives Analysis of Electric Machinery Modern Power Electronics and A.C. Drives Publisher Butterworth, London, 1967 Clarendon Press, Oxford 1990. Pergamon Press, 1988 Springer Verlag, 1985. McGraw Hill, New York, 1987 PHI, 2002





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EE 1455

ILLUMINATION TECHNOLOGY Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101),Power System-I (EE1205) Radiation, colour, eye & vision; Different entities of illuminating systems; Light sources; incandescent, electric discharge, fluorescent, arc lamps and lasers; Luminaries and light guides, control of light, control circuitry and computer based lighting control. Laws of illumination; illumination from point, line and surface sources. Photometry and spectrophotometry; Photocells. Environment and glare. General illumination design. Interior lighting-industrial, residential, office departmental stores, indoor stadium, theater and hospitals. Exterior lighting - flood street, aviation and transport lighting, lighting for displays and signaling-neon signs, LED-LCD displays beacons and lighting for surveillance.-x-x-x-x-xReference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author Jack L. Lindsey Ronald N Helmis et al Mare Schiler Name of Book Applied Illumination Engineering Lighting for energy efficient luminous environments Simplified design of building lighting Publisher The Fairmont Press Prentice Hall John Willey and Ser

EE 1456

RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND MANAGEMENT Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction: Energy situation and renewable energy sources. Global energy scene, firewood crisis, Indian energy scene. Nonconventional renewable energy sources, potential of renewable energy sources. Solar Radiation: Terrestrial solar radiation, measurement of solar radiation. Low Temperature Collectors: Flat plate collectors, optical characteristics of absorber and cover, heat transfer and transmission losses, collector model, collector equations. Applications of Solar Energy: Solar drying, solar distillation, solar air conditioning and refrigeration. Photo voltaic energy conversion. Solar cell, equivalent circuit diagram. Bioconversion: Biomass, physical and biological thermal methods of bioconversion. Solid fuels, ethanol, methanol, vegetable oils. Biomass fuels in IC engines. Alcohol fuels, vegetable oils, producer gas. Wind Energy: Origin, direction, velocity and measurement of wind. Wind energy converters - power coefficient, aerodynamic construction of rotor blade. Wind electric generators in India. Other Energy Sources: Wave energy, tidal energy, ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC). Energy Management & Conservation: Energy management, energy surveying and auditing, flowchart for construction of energy, audit, energy indices, heating energy characteristic, energy output, effects of energy conservation on energy characteristic, energy saving options.

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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. -x-x-x EE 1457 NONLINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS Departmental Elective IV Electrical Engineering Department L T P C 3 0 0 6 Author Bansal, N.K.; Kleemann, M & Meliss, M. Kristoferson, L.A & Bokalders, V. O’Callaghan, P Name of Book Renewable energy sources and conversion Technology Renewable energy Technologies; Energy Management Publisher TMH Pergamon McGraw Hill

Prerequisite: Control Systems-I (EE 1302), Control Systems-II (EE 1305) Module I: Introduction to nonlinear feedback control systems. Characteristics of common nonlinearity and their classification. Concept of equilibrium/singular points. Comparison between linear and nonlinear systems. Module II:Phase plane analysis, Different cases of Phase portraits of Standard 2nd order system. Phase Plane Analysis of nonlinear system. Stability study by phase plane analysis. Concept of limit cycle and its classification. Module III:Frequency domain Analysis of Nonlinear System: Describing function, Stability analysis of a nonlinear systems using Describing function. Module IV:Lyapunov’s stability analysis, Input-State Stability, I/P Output Stability, Passivity, Stability of perturbed system, Perturbation theory and averaging, Singular Perturbation Module V:Feedback Control of Nonlinear System, Feedback Linearization, I/P-O/P Linearization, Module VI: Nonlinear Controller Design, Sliding Mode Control, Backstepping Control, Lyapunov’s redesign, Passivity Based Control. High Gain Observers Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. Author Slotine/ Li Hassan K Khalil Name of Book Applied Non Linear Control Nonlinear Systems Publisher Prentice Hall Prentice Hall

EE 1461

POWER QUALITIES Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) Overview and definition of power quality PQ). Sources of pollution. International power quality standards, and regulations, Power quality problems: rapid voltage fluctuations, voltage imbalance, voltage and voltage swells, short duration outages. Power system harmonics: harmonic analysis, harmonic sources – static converters, transformer magnetization and non-linearities, rotating machines, arc furnaces, fluorescent lighting. Harmonic effects within the power system, interference with communication. Harmonic measurements. Harmonic elimination - harmonic filters.

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Author MHJ Bollen Roger C.Dugan et al Arindam Ghosh, Gerard Ledwich

Name of Book Understanding Power Quality Problems Electrical Power Systems Quality Custom Power Devices: An Introduction POWER SYSTEM RELIABILITY Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch

Publisher IEEE Press McGraw Hill Springer L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) Load Forecasting: Load Forecasting Categories-Long term, Medium term, short term, very short term Applications of Load Forecasting, Factors Affecting Load Patterns Medium and long term load forecasting methods- end use models, econometric models, statistical model based learning. Short Term Load Forecasting (STLF): Applications of Load Forecasting, methods- similar day approach, regression methods, time series, ANN, Expert systems, Power System Reliability: Basic Notions of Power System Reliability- sub systems, reliability indices, outage classification, value of reliability tools, Concepts and methodologies, power system structure, Reliability based planning in power systems, Effect of failures on power system, Planning criteria, Risk analysis in power system planning, multi-state systems. Basic Tools and Techniques- random processes methods & Markov models, Computation of power system reliability measures by using Markov reward models, Evaluation of reliability indices, Universal Generating Function (UGF) Method, Monte Carlo simulation. Reliability of Generation Systems- capacity outage calculations, reliability indices using the loss of load probability method, unit commitment and operating constraints, optimal reserve management, single and multistage expansion, Reliability Assessment for Elements of Transmission and Transformation Systems- reliability indices of substations based on the overload capability of the transformers, evaluation and analysis of substation configurations, Reliability analysis of protection systems for high voltage transmission lines,. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author Shahidehpour M, Yamin H, Li z Billinton R, Allan R D. Elmakias Name of Book Market operations in electric power systems Forecasting, Scheduling, and Risk Management Reliability evaluation of power systems Computational Methods in Power system Reliability -x-x-x-xPublisher John Wlley& sons Plenum Press New York Springer-Verlag

EE 1463


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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. Introduction: Statement of optimization problem, classification. 2. Classical Optimization Techniques: Single variable Optimization. Multivariable optimization (with no constraints, equality constraint & inequality constraints).

3. Linear Programming: Standard form of linear programming problem, definition and theorem, Solution of a system of Linear simultaneous equation, Simplex methods, simplex algorithm, Two phases of simplex method, Duality in linear programming, sensitivity analysis, transportation problem. 4. Non linear Programming: One dimensional minimization: Unimodal function, elimination methods, Fibonacci method, Golden section method, quadratic interpolation method. Unconstrained Optimization: Direct search method, Hooke& Jeeves pattern search method. Descent method Fletcher-Reeves method. 5. Constrained Optimization: Direct method - Cutting plane method, Indirect method - Penalty function method both interior and exterior method. 6. Integer Programming: Integer linear programming-graphical representation, cutting plane method. Nonlinear programming- Integer polynomial programming. 7. Nontraditional Optimization Algorithm: Genetic Algorithm - Working principle, Difference and similarities between GAs and traditional methods, GAs for constrained optimization. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. -x-x-x-xAuthor Rao, S.S. Deb, Kalyanmoy Arora, Jasbir, S. Beighfler, C.S. Mital, K. V. Phillip &Ravindran Name of Book Optimization Theory and Application Optimization for Engineering Design Introduction to Optimum design Foundations of Optimization Optimization methods in Operation Research and System Analysis Operation Research Publisher New Age PHI McGraw Hill PHI New Age John Willey & Sons

EE 1464

INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Instrumentation (EE 1309) Instrumentation in Industry: Introduction, Use of instruments in Industry, A brief idea (block diagram) of the industrial applications of instruments in some process industries like Food, Palp and paper, Automotive Petroleum products industries, Instrument selection for the application. Elements of Instrumentation: Functional description of instrumentation system. Role of transducer, amplifiers, filters and display devices, Basic characteristics of OP-AMP, D.C. amplifier, Instrumentation amplifiers, signal conditioning, different types of filters and their characteristics. Different types of data display and recording system. Data loggers, magnetic tape recorders. Transdusers and Instrumentation: Active and passive transducers for measurement of displacement, force, pressure etc., Working principle of tachometer, Electromagnetic flow mater, magnetostrictive transducers, Working of feedback transducers like inverse transducers, temperature balance system, Feedback accelerometer, fiber optic sensors, electrooptical sensors in process industries. Analytical Industrial Instrumentation: Measurement of pressure, Measurement of flow, Measurement of Temperature, Measurement of viscosity, liquid level, humidity and vibration by using electrical or mechanical transducers, Gas chromatography. Industrial Instrumentation with radio isotopes: Nuclear radiation transducers, radioactive vacuum, Thickness and level gauges, Non Destructive Testing equipments-introduction, neutron radiography, signature analysis as NDT tool. Ultrasonic and ultrasonic holography.

Data Aquisition and Telemetry: Digital Data acquisition system, Telemetry -Definition, classification, Frequency telemetry, Multiplexing and modulation in Telemetry. Remote control, general description, typical scheme of an industrial remote control system. Microprocessor Based Instrumentation: Motivation, basic structure, programming methods, Application examples Annunciator, stepper, motor control, Microprocessor based DAS. Control centre requisite, computer control systems. Power plant instrumentation schemes main parameters-simple analysis. Reference Books: S. N. Author D. Patranabis 1. C.S. Rangan et. al. 2. D.V.S. Murthy 3. A.E. Fribance, Soisson, A.E. 4. Fribance

Name of Book Principles of Industrial Instrumentation Instrumentation, Devices and Systems Transducers and Instrumentation Instrumentation in Industry Nuclear Radiation Detectors Industrial Instrumentation Fundamentals

Publisher PHI TMH PHI TMH Willey Interscience TMH

EE 1465 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation: Introduction, Biometrics, physiological systems of the body, Biomedical Transducer, Sources of bio-electric signals, propagation of action potential, Electrodes: theory, physical sensors, chemical transducers. Cardio-vascular System and Electrocardiography: The heart and cardiovascular system, Blood pressure, The heart sound, The electrocardiography Biomedical recorders: Electrocardiograph(ECG), (EEG), Electromyography (EMG) Phonocardiograph, Electroencephalograph

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Implantable Bio-electric Devices: Introduction, function of implantable electronic device, Implantable electrodes and leads, Cardiac pacemaker – types, working principle and performances, Implantable electrodes and leads Patient Care and Monitoring: System concept and requirement, Measurement of blood: pressure, heart beat rate, temperature and respiration, The organization of the hospital for patient care monitoring, Defibrillators Biotelemetry: Introduction, Classification and principles of biotelemetry, Ultrasound and light telemetry, Telephonic telemetry, Implantable units, Application of telemetry in patient care Medical Imaging: Instrumentation for diagnostic X-rays, X-ray computed tomography, Basic NMR components, Ultrasonic, imaging systems – Medical ultrasound, A-SCAN, Echocardiograph (Mmode), B-SCANNER, Biological effect of ultra sound. Computers in Biomedical Instrumentation: Database management: Introduction, in-house and commercially available systems, desirable features, specific medical application, Computerized critical care areas: Planning and designing a computerized critical care unit, selection of monitoring equipment, The computer in clinical laboratories, Computer in medical research : Introduction, interacting with experimental preparations, Artificial Intelligence : Introduction, medical applications of artificial intelligence, developing a medical expert system. Related Topics: Hearing Aids – Hearing fundamentals, disorders.


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Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. Author L. Cromwell et al R.S. Khandpur Name of Book Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation Handbook of Biomedical Engineering Publisher Prentice Hall Tata McGraw Hill Academic Press.

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HYDRO-ELECTRIC ENGINEERING Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System I (EE 1205) , Power System II (EE 1303) Essential Features of Hydro-Electric Power Plant. Classification of Hydro-Electric Power Plants. Hydrology, Hydrologic Cycle, Hydrograph, Flow duration curve. Size of plant and choice of units. Types of Turbine and their characteristics. Design of Main Dimensions of turbines. Draft tubes, types, setting and preliminary dimensions. Pumped storage schemes. Mini and Micro Hydro Power Plants. Selection of turbine and pump capacities, Pumping schedule. Operation and efficiency of Pumped storage schemes. Cost evaluation of hydro-electric plant. Co-ordination of different types of Power Plant in power system. Economic loading of hydro-power plants. Hydro-thermal mix. Types of Underground Power Plants. Largest Underground Power Plant. Elementary idea of the use of computers in power stations. Load dispatching. Power system security. Load forecasting. Generation allocation control. Generation system reliability. Reference Books: S. Author N. 1. G.D. Rai 2. G.R. Nagpal 3. M.V. Deshpandey 4. Mahesh Verma Name of Book An Introduction to Power Plant Technology Power Plant Engineering Elements of Electrical Power Station Design Power Plant Engineering Publisher Khanna Khanna Wheeler Metropolitan Book Company

EE 1467 ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEM Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Department Prerequisite: Control Systems-I (EE 1302) , Control Systems-II (EE 1305) L T P C 3 0 06

Module –I: System Identification: Identification of dynamic models of simple systems, recursive and non-recursive least square estimation. Module –II: Optimal Control: Concept of functional, Application of variational calculus to control problems, optimal solution of LQR problem, Stability and robustness properties of LQR design. Module –III: Robust Control: Robustness and Sensitivity, Concept of system and signal norms. Small-gain theorem, Computation of H∞ norm and its physical interpretation, H∞ control Module –IV: Adaptive Control: Gain scheduling, Model Reference Adaptive Control, Adaptive Pole Placement Control.

Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. Author D S Naidu IOANNOU T. Söderström and PetreStoica Name of Book Optimal Control systems Robust Adaptive Control System Identification Publisher CRC Press PTR Prentice-Hall, 1989

EE 1468

POWER ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF AC DRIVES Departmental Elective V Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Power Electronics (EE 1306), Industrial Drives (EE 1402) UNIT – 1: AC Machines for Drives: Induction Machines- torque production – equivalent circuit analysis; speed torque characteristics with – variable voltage operation, variable frequency operation, constant v/f operation – variable stator current operation – Induction motor characteristics in constant torque and field weakening regions. UNIT – II: Control and Estimation of Induction Motor Drives Scalar control: – voltage fed inverter control- open-loop volts/Hz control-speed control slip regulation, speed control with torque and flux control, current controlled voltage fed inverter drive – current fed inverter control: independent current and frequency control, speed and flux control in current–fed inverter drive, Volts /Hz control of current-fed inverter drive , – Slip power recovery drives –static Kramer Drive – Phasor diagram- torque expression – speed control of Kramer Drive – Static Scheribus Drive – modes of operation. UNIT – III: Vector or Field Oriented Control of Induction motor drives: DC Drive Analogy-Principles of Vector control – vector control methods – direct vector control – Indirect vector control. UNIT – IV: Control and Estimation of synchronous motor drives: – Synchronous motor and its characteristics – – Control strategies – constant torque angle control, unity power factor control, constant mutual flux linkage control - Flux weakening operation – maximum speed – direct flux weakening algorithm – constant torque mode controller – flux weakening controller – indirect flux weakening – maximum permissible torque – speed control scheme – implementation strategy – speed controller design. UNIT – V: Brushless DC motor drives: Three-phase full wave brush less dc motor – sinusoidal type of brush less dc motor – Current controlled blushless dc motor servo drive. Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author B.K. Bose R. Krishnan B.K. Bose M.H. Rashid G.K. Dubey B.K. Bose Title Modern Power Electronics and AC drives Electric motor drives Modeling, Analysis and Control Power Electronics and AC drives Power electronic circuits, Devices and applications Fundamentals of Electrical drives Power Electronics and Variable frequency drives Publisher Pearson publications Pearson Publications Prentice Hall PHI Narosa publications IEEE Press Standard publications, 1st Edn,

EE 1471

SOFT COMPUTING TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS Open Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Introduction to soft computing, intelligent decision system, overview of soft computing techniques. Introduction to genetic algorithm, genetic operators and parameters, genetic algorithms in problem solving, theoretical foundations of genetic algorithms, evolutionary programming, particle swarm optimization, differential evolution; implementation issues and applications. Neural model and network architectures, perceptron learning, supervised hebbian learning, backpropagation, associative learning, competitive networks, hopfield network, computing with neural nets and applications of neural network. case-based reasoning (CBR), applications of CBR. Introduction to fuzzy sets, operations on fuzzy sets, fuzzy relations, fuzzy measures, applications of fuzzy set theory to different branches of science and engineering. MATLAB tutorial Application of soft computing to control systems Application of soft computing to decision-support systems Application of soft computing to image processing and data compression Application of soft computing to handwriting recognition Application of soft computing to automotive systems and manufacturing Application of soft computing to architecture Application of soft computing to power systems Fuzzy logic control Neuro-fuzzy systems

Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Author D. E. Goldberg Z. Michalewicz N. K. Sinha & M. M. Gupta (Eds) M.T. Hagan, H. B. Demuth, and M. Beale S. Haykin C. Lau (Ed) Satish Kumar G. J. Klir, and B. Yuan H. J. Zimmerman Name of Book Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization, and Machine Learning Genetic Algorithms+ Data Structures + Evolution Programs Soft Computing & Intelligent Systems: Theory & Applications Neural Network Design Neural Networks- A Comprehensive Foundation Neural Networks Neural Networks- A Classroom Approach Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic: Theory and Applications Fuzzy Set Theory and Its Applications Publisher Addison-Wesley Springer-Verlag Academic Press Thompson Learning PHI IEEE Press TMH PH Kluwer Academic Pr

EE 1472

DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA MINING Open Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Introduction [2L]: Data warehousing – definitions and characteristics, multi-dimensional data model, warehouse schema. Data Marts [4L]: Data marts, types of data marts, loading a data mart, metadata, data model, maintenance, nature of data, software components; external data, reference data, performance issues, monitoring requirements and security in a data mart. Online Analytical Processing [4L] : OLTP and OLAP systems, Data Modeling, LAP tools, State of the market, Arbor Essbase web, Microstrategy DSS web, Brio Technology, star schema for multi-dimensional view, snowflake schema; OLAP tools. Developing a Data Warehousing [4L] : Building of a Data Warehousing, Architectural strategies & organizational issues, design considerations, data content, distribution of data, Tools for Data Warehousing Data Mining [4L] : Definitions; KDD(Knowledge Discovery database) versus Data Mining; DBMS versus Data Mining, Data Mining Techniques; Issues and challenges; Applications of Data Warehousing & Data mining in Government. Association Rules [4L]: A priori algorithm, Partition algorithm, Dynamic inset counting algorithm, FP –tree growth algorithm; Generalized association rule. Clustering Techniques [4L]: Clustering paradigm, Partition algorithms, CLARA, CLARANS; Hierarchical clustering, DBSCAN, BIRCH, CURE; Categorical clustering, STIRR, ROCK, CACTUS. Decision Trees [4L]: Tree construction principle, Best split, Splitting indices, Splitting criteria, Decision tree construction with presorting. Web Mining [4L]: Web content Mining, Web structure Mining, Web usage Mining, Text Mining.Temporal and Spatial Data Mining [5L] : Basic concepts of temporal data Mining, The GSP algorithm, SPADE, SPIRIT, WUM. Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author Prabhu A. K. Pujari Alex Berson and Stephen J Smith Anahory Dunham Name of Book Data Warehousing –Concepts, Techniques, products, application Data Mining Techniques Data Warehousing, Data Mining and OLAP Data Warehousing in the real world Data Mining Introductory & Advanced Topic Publisher PHI Universities Press TMH Pearson Education Pearson Education

EE 1473

NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC Open Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Unit-I Neural Networks Characteristics: History of Development in neural networks, Artificial neural net terminology, model of a neuron, Topology, Types of learning. Supervised, Unsupervised learning. Basic Learning laws, Hebb’s rule, Delta rule, Widrow and Hoff LMS learning rule, correlation learning rule instar and ouster learning rules.

Unit-II Unsupervised Learning: Competitive learning, K-means clustering algorithm, Kohonen’s feature maps. Radial Basis function neural networks- recurrent networks, Real time recurrent and learning algorithm. Introduction to Counter propagation Networks- CMAC Network, ART networks, Application of NN in pattern recognition, optimization, Control, Speech and decision making.

Unit-III Fuzzy Logic: Basic concepts of Fuzzy logic, Fuzzy vs Crisp set, Linguistic variables, membership functions, operations of Fuzzy sets, Fuzzy if-then rules, Variables inference techniques, defuzzification techniques, basic Fuzzy interference algorithm, application of fuzzy logic , Fuzzy system design implementation , useful tools supporting design. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Author BerkinRiza C and Trubatch Yegna Narayanan Patterson Dan W Simon Haykin Yen and Langari Jacek M Zaurada Name of Book Fuzzy System design principles- Building Fuzzy IF-THEN rule bases Artificial Neural Networks Introduction to artificial Intelligence and Expert systems Neural Networks Fuzzy Logic: Intelligence, Control and Information Introduction to artificial neural Networks Publisher IEEE Press 8th Printing. PHI(2003) 3rd Ed., PHI Pearson Education Pearson Education Jaico Publishing Home

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Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. Introduction, Principles of Evolutionary Processes and Genetics, History of Evolutionary Computation, Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms, Genetic Algorithms, Evolutional Strategies. Evolutionary Programming, Derivative Methods in Genetic Programming, Learning Classifier Systems, Hybrid Methods. Introduction to Representations, Binary Strings, Real-Valued Vectors Permutations, Finite-State Representations, Parse Trees. Introduction to Selection, Proportional Selection and Sampling Algorithms, Tournament Selection, Rankbased Selection, Boltzmann Selection, Generation Gap Methods, A comparison of Selection Mechanisms, Introduction to Search Operators, Mutation Operators, Recombination. Problem Solving Paradigms: survey of applications involving search, optimization and machine learning. Formal Models and Comparative Analysis, Survey of EA theory, Recent Developments and Future Directions.

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Name of Book Evolutionary Computation: A Unified Approach Evolutionary Computation: Toward a New Philosophy of Machine Intelligence Evolutionary Computation 1: Basic Algorithms and Operators

Publisher MIT Press Wiley-IEEE Press Institute of Physics Publishing, Bristol

EE 1475

INFORMATION SECURITIES Open Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) UNIT - 1: INTRODUCTION History, What is Information Security?, Critical Characteristics of Information, NSTISSC Security Model, Components of an Information System, Securing the Components, Balancing Security and Access, The SDLC, The Security SDLC UNIT - 2: SECURITY INVESTIGATION Need for Security, Business Needs, Threats, Attacks, Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues UNIT - 3: SECURITY ANALYSIS Risk Management: Identifying and Assessing Risk, Assessing and Controlling Risk UNIT - 4: LOGICAL DESIGN Blueprint for Security, Information Security Policy, Standards and Practices, ISO 17799/BS 7799, NIST Models, VISA International Security Model, Design of Security Architecture, Planning for Continuity UNIT - 5: PHYSICAL DESIGN Security Technology, IDS, Scanning and Analysis Tools, Cryptography, Access Control Devices, Physical Security, Security and Personnel Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Michael E Whitman and Herbert J Mattord Micki Krause, Harold F. Tipton Stuart McClure, Joel Scrambray, George Kurtz Matt Bishop Name of Book Principles of Information Security Handbook of Information Security Management Hacking Exposed Computer Security Art and Science Publisher Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 2003 Vol 1-3 CRC Press LLC, 2004 Tata McGraw-Hill, 2003 Pearson/PHI, 2002

EE 1476

DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Open Elective I Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) 1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction : Concept & Overview of DBMS, Data Models, Database Languages, Database Administrator, Database Users, Three Schema architecture of DBMS. Entity-Relationship Model: Basic concepts, Design Issues, Mapping Constraints, Keys, EntityRelationship Diagram, Weak Entity Sets, Extended E-R features. Relational Model: Structure of relational Databases, Relational Algebra, Relational Calculus, Extended Relational AlgebraOperations, Views, Modifications Of the Database. SQL and Integrity Constraints: Concept of DDL, DML, DCL. Basic Structure, Set operations, Aggregate Functions, Null Values, Domain Constraints, Referential Integrity Constraints, assertions, views, Nested Subqueries, Database security application development using SQL,PL/SQL, Stored procedures and triggers, Cursors. Relational Database Design: Functional Dependency, Different anomalies in designing a Database., Normalization using functional dependencies, Decomposition, 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, Boyce-Codd Normal Form, Normalization using multi-valued dependencies, 4NF, 5NF, 6NF.



Internals of RDBMS: Physical data structures, Query optimization: join algorithm, statistics and cost bas optimization. Transaction processing, Concurrency control & Recovery Management: transaction model properties, state serializability,lock based protocols, two phase locking, Deadlocks, Deadlock avoidance, Wait die & wound wait protocol. File Organization & Index Structures :File & Record Concept, Placing file records on Disk, Fixed and Variable sized Records, Types of Single-LevelIndex (primary, secondary, clustering), Multilevel Indexes, Dynamic Multilevel Indexes using B tree and B+tree .


Reference Books: SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Author Henry F. Korth and Silberschatz Abraham ElmasriRamez and NovatheShamkant Ramakrishnan Gray Jim and Reuter Jain Date C. J. Ullman JD. Name of Book Database System Concepts Fundamentals of Database Systems Database Management System Transaction Processing: Concepts and Techniques Advanced Database Management System Introduction to Database Management Principles of Database Systems -xEE 1477 CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN Open Elective -I Electrical Engineering Branch L T P C 3 0 0 6 Publisher Mc.Graw Hill Pearson Education McGraw-Hill Moragan Kauffman Publishers CyberTech Addison Wesley. /Pearson Education Galgottia Publication

Prerequisites: Control System –I (EE 1302) Module I: Brief Review of concepts of Linear Control System: Root Locus Approach, Bode Plot Method. Module II:PID Controller Design, PID Tuning method and performance analysis, Lag-Lead Compensation, Smith’s Predictor, Feed Forward Control Module III: Pole Placement Method, State Observer based controller. Module IV: Introduction to fractional calculus and its application to Control Systems. Fractional Order modelling of Physical system. Fractional Order PID Controller Design Module V: Control System design using Quantitative feedback theory Module VI: Controller Design to Real System: Speed and Position Control of DC motors, Inverted Pendulum, Magnetic Levitation System, Liquid Level Control System, Liquid Flow Control System etc.

SN 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Author G.C.Goodwin et al. Stefani et al. C.A Manje et al. Jhonson&Maradi CautantineH Hompes et al.

Name of Book Control System Design Design of Feedback Control System Fractional Order Systems and Control P.I.D Control Quantitative Feedback Theory-Fundamentals and Application

Publisher Prentice Hall Oxford University Press Springer Springer CRC Press

EE 1481

FINITE ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING Open Electives –II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Mathematics-I, Mathematics-II 1. Introduction: Solution to engineering problems – mathematical modeling – discrete and continuum modelling – need for numerical methods of solution – relevance and scope of finite element methods – engineering applications of FEA. 2. Finite Element Formulation of Boundary Value Problems: Weighted residual methods –general weighted residual statement – weak formulation of the weighted residual statement –comparisons – piecewise continuous trial functions, example of a bar finite element –functional and differential forms – principle of stationary total potential – Rayleigh Ritz method – piecewise continuous trial functions – finite element method – application to bar element. 3. One Dimensional Finite Element Analysis: General form of total potential for 1-D applications – generic form of finite element equations – linear bar element – quadratic element –nodal approximation – development of shape functions – element matrices and vectors – example problems – extension to plane truss– development of element equations – assembly – element connectivity – global equations – solution methods –beam element – nodal approximation – shape functions – element matrices and vectors – assembly – solution – example problems. 4. Two Dimensional Finite Element Analysis: Introduction – approximation of geometry and field variable – 3 noded triangular elements – four noded rectangular elements – higher order elements – generalized coordinates approach to nodal approximations – difficulties – natural coordinates and coordinate transformations – triangular and quadrilateral elements – iso-parametric elements – structural mechanics applications in 2-dimensions – elasticity equations – stress strain relations – plane problems of elasticity – element equations – assembly – need for quadrature formula – transformations to natural coordinates – Gaussian quadrature – example problems in plane stress, plane strain and axis symmetric applications. 5. Dynamic Analysis using Finite Element Method: Introduction – vibrational problems – equations of motion based on weak form – longitudinal vibration of bars – transverse vibration of beams – consistent mass matrices – element equations –solution of eigen value problems – vector iteration methods – normal modes – transient vibrations – modeling of damping – mode superposition technique – direct integration methods Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Author P. Seshu J. N. Reddy Chandrupatla&Belagundu David V. Hutton Cook, Robert. D., Plesha, Michael. E & Witt, Robert. J Name of Book Text Book of Finite Element Analysis An Introduction to the Finite Element Method Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis Publisher Prentice-Hall McGraw-Hill Prentice-Hall Tata McGraw-Hill Wiley

EE 1482

-x-x-x-x-xHUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACE Open Electives -II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Introduction, Organizational and business context, Preview of HCI development methodology, Interactive technologies, Physical engineering, Cognitive engineering, Task analysis, Componential design, Affective engineering, Evaluation, HCI development methodology, Interpersonal relationship, Collaboration, and

Organization, Social and global issues, Meetig and changing needs of IT development and use, Future issues in HCI. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. 4. Author Baecker, Grudin, Buxton, and Greenberg Dix, A., Finlay, J., Abowd, G., & Beale, R., Te’eni, D., Carey, J. & Zhang, P. Shneiderman, Ben &Plaisant, Catherine Name of Book Readings in Human-Computer Interaction: Toward the Year 2000 Human-computer interaction Human-Computer Interaction: Developing Organizational Information Systems Designing the user interface: Strategies for effective human-computer interaction -x--x-x-xPublisher Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Prentice Hall Europe John Wiley and Sons Addison-Wesley/Pearson

EE 1483

MACHINE INTELLIGENCE Open Electives -II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101)

Algorithmic models of learning. Learning classifiers, functions, relations, grammars, probabilistic models, value functions, behaviors and programs from experience. Bayesian, maximum a posteriori, and minimum description length frameworks. Parameter estimation, sufficient statistics, decision trees, neural networks, support vector machines, Bayesian networks, bag of words classifiers, N-gram models; Markov and Hidden Markov models, probabilistic relational models, association rules, nearest neighbor classifiers, locally weighted regression, ensemble classifiers. Computational learning theory, mistake bound analysis, sample complexity analysis, VC dimension, Occam learning, accuracy and confidence boosting. Dimensionality reduction, feature selection and visualization. Clustering, mixture models, k-means clustering, hierarchical clustering, distributional clustering. Reinforcement learning; Learning from heterogeneous, distributed, data and knowledge. Selected applications in data mining, automated knowledge acquisition, pattern recognition, program synthesis, text and language processing, internet-based information systems, human-computer interaction, semantic web, and bioinformatics and computational biology. Reference Books: Author Kevin P. Murphy Richard S. Sutton & Andrew G. Barto Bishop, C Bishop, C. M Duda, R., Hart, P., and Stork, D Name of Book Machine Learning: A Probabilistic Perspective Reinforcement Learning: An Introduction Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition Pattern Classification Publisher MIT Press MIT Press Berlin: Springer-Verlag New York: Oxford UnivPr New York: Wiley

EE 1484

INTELLIGENT AND KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS Open Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101) Problem solving: state space representation, problem reduction, constraint satisfaction networks. Heuristics. Knowledge Representation Predicate calculus, resolution-refutation, Prolog. Rule based systems: forward and backward chaining. Handling of uncertainty: probabilistic techniques, fuzzy logic. Reasoning with incomplete information: non-monotonic reasoning. Elements of temporal logic. Diagnostic reasoning. Structured Knowledge Representation Schemes: Semantic networks, Frames, Inheritance and default reasoning. Expert Systems: Architecture of the expert systems. Expert system shells. Knowledge acquisition. Consistency of the knowledge base. Case studies. Distributed AI and agent based systems. Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. Author G. J. Klir H. J. Zimmerman Name of Book Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic Fuzzy Set Theory and its Applications Publisher PHI Kluwer Academic Publisher

EE 1485

COMPUTER ORGANISATION AND ARCHETECTURE Open Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 1 0 8

Prerequisites: Introduction to Computing (CS 1101), Analog Electronics(EE 1203) and Digital Electronics(EE 1208) 1. Introduction Computers and computations, Limitations of computers, First, second and third generation of computer families, The VLSI era: Integrated circuits, Microprocessors and Microcomputers, recent developments. Processor Design Processor organization, information representation, number formats, Instruction sets: instruction formats, instruction types, execution of instructions, Fixed – point arithmetic: addition and subtraction, multiplication, division. Controller Design Instruction sequencing and instruction interpretation, Hardwired control: design methods, multiplier control unit, CPU control unit, Micro-programmed control: basic concepts, control – memory optimization, multiplier control unit. Memory Organization CPU – memory interaction, Memory array organization and technology, Multiple module memory, Virtual memory: Memory hierarchies, main – memory allocation, segment, pages and files. Input – Output Processing Data transfer technique, Bus interface, IO accessing and data transfer, IO interrupts, IO Channel/ Processor. Peripheral Systems Principles of DOT Matrix, inkjet and laser printers, Magnetic memory systems, Video display unit and interface logic. Introduction to Operating System Processor Management, Memory Management, File Systems, Device Management. A brief introduction to assembler and compiler.








Reference Books: S.N. Author 1. Computer Architecture and Organization 2. 3. 4. Computer organization and Design Computer Systems Design and Architecture Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing Name of Book John P. Hayes P. Pal Chaudhuri V. P. Heuring and H.F.Jordan Kai Hwang and F.A. Briggs Publisher McGraw-Hill I.E. PHI Addison Wesley. McGraw-Hill I.E.

EE 1486

EHV TRANSMISSION Open Elective II Electrical Engineering Branch

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisites: Power System-I (EE 1205),Power System-II (EE 1303) 1. 2. Introduction to EHV AC Transmission: Role of EHV AC Transmission. Calculation of line & Ground parameters: Resistance of conductors, Temperature rise of conductor & current carrying capacity, Properties of bundled conductors, Inductance of EHV line configuration, Line Capacitance calculation, Sequence inductances & capacitances, Line parameter for modes of propagation, Resistance & Inductance of ground return. Voltage gradient of conductors: Electrostatics, Field of sphere gap, Field of line charges & properties, Change Potential relations for multi-conductor lines, Surface voltage gradient on conductors, Gradient factors & its use, Distribution of voltage gradient of subconductors of bundle. Corona Effect - 1: I2R loss & corona loss, Corona loss formulas, Charge voltage diagram & corona loss, Attenuation of travelling waves due to corona loss, Audible noise generation & characteristics, Limits for audible noise, AN Measurement & Meters, Formulae for audible noise & use in design, Relation between 1& 3 AN levels, Day-night equivalent noise level. Corona effect - 2 (Radio interference): Corona pulses, their generation & properties, Properties of pulse trains & filter response, Limits of Radio interference fields, Frequency spectrum of RI field of line. Electrostatic field of EHV lines: Electric shock & threshold current, Effects of electrostatic field on human, animals & plants. DC Power Transmission Technology: Introduction between, Comparison between AC & DC Transmission, Application of DC Transmission Thyristor Valves: Introduction, Thyristor device, Thyristor valves, valve test. Analysis of HVDC converters: Pulse number, Choice of converter configuration, Simplified analysis of Graetzckts, Converter bridge characteristics, Characteristics of twelve pulse converter, detailed analysis of converters.



5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. Converter & HVDC System Control: Principle of DC link control, Converter control characteristics, System control Hierarchy, Firing angle control, Current & Extinction angle control, Starting& stopping of DC link, Power level controllers, higher level controllers, Telecommunication requirements. Reference Books: S. N. 1. 2. 3. Author E.W. Kimbark Adamson &Hingrani D.V. Rozevig. Name of Book E.W. Transmission Vol-1 D.C. Transmission High Voltage Engg.

EE 1487

CONTROL SYSTEMS COMPONENTS Open Elective II Electrical Engineering Department

L T P C 3 0 0 6

Prerequisite: Basic Electrical Engineering (EE 1101), Analog Electronics (EE 1203), Digital Electronics (EE 1208 Control System –I (EE 1302) Module I: Industrial Control Devices: Switches, Relays and Contactors, Power Controlled Semiconductor, Gears Module II: Sensors: Position sensors, angular velocity sensors, proximity sensors, load sensors, pressure sensor temperature sensors, flow sensors, level sensors, Tachometers; Module III: Synchro, Potentiometers, Op-Amp Module IV: DC & AC Servomotors, Stepper Motor Module V: Pneumatic, Hydraulic, Mechanical& Electrical systems, Hydraulic and pneumatic Valves and their characteristics, Hydraulic and Pneumatic Actuators & their characteristics and Comparison. Module VI: Implementation of PID Controller Module VII: Microprocessor based control, PC Based Control, Dedicated customized controllers,PLC, DCS, SCADA Reference Books: S.N. 1. 2. Author Kilian Desai Name of Book Modern Control Technology: Components and Systems Control System Components Publisher Thomson Delmar PHI

Course Structure for B Tech (4 Year, 8 Semester Course) Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering (to be applicable from 2012 entry batch onwards)

Course No

CH-1101 /PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111 /PH-1111 ME-1111

Course Name Semester-1 Chemistry/Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Graphics Communication Skills Chemistry/Physics laboratory Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS

L 3 3 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 13

T 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 3 0 2 3 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 10

C 8 6 8 5 6 2 3 0 0 38 8 8 6 8 6 2 2 0 0 40 6 8 6 8 6 2 2 2 40 6 6 6 6 6 2 8 40

Course No EC-1101 CS-1101 MA-1102 ME-1101 PH-1101/ CH-1101 CS-1111 EE-1111 PH-1111/ CH-1111

Course Name Semester-2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics-II Engineering Mechanics Physics/Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science lab Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training –II NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-4 Transducers and Sensors Advanced Electronics Control System-I Digital Electronics Managerial Economics Analog and Digital Electronics Lab Control System Lab Transducers and Sensors lab Physical Training-IV NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-6 Industrial Instrumentation-II Control System-II Digital Signal Processing Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Virtual Instrumentation Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Lab Instrumentation lab Digital Signal Processing Lab Semester-8

L 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 15

T 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

P 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 10 10

C 6 6 8 8 8 2 2 2 0 0 42 8 6 8 6 6 2 2 2 0 0 40 8 6 6 8 6 2 2 2 40 6 6 6 6 6 10 40

MA-1201 EI-1201 EI-1202 EI-1203 EI-1204 EI-1211 EI-1212

Semester-3 Mathematics-III Circuits and Networks Analog Electronics Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Instruments
Electromagnetic Field Theory

3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0

EI-1205 EI-1206 EI-1207 EI-1208 HS-1201 EI-1213 EI-1214 EI-1215

Circuits and Networks Lab Measurement Lab Physical Training –III NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-5 Industrial Instrumentation-I Process Control Engineering Power and Industrial Electronics Communication & Telemetry Business Management Industrial Process Engineering Lab Communication Lab Power Electronic Lab Semester-7

EI-1301 EI-1302 EI-1303 EI-1304 HS-1301 EI-1311 EI-1312 EI-1313

3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 15 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 15

EI-1305 EI-1306 EI-1307 EI-1308 EI-1309 EI-1314 EI-1315 EI-1316

EI-1401 EI-1402 EI-1XXX EI-1XXX EI-XXX EI-1411 EI-1490

Advanced Instrumentation IC & VLSI Design Dept. Elective –I Dept. Elective –II Open Elective –I Instrumentation and Automation lab Project- I


Real Time Embedded Systems Dept Elective-III Dept. Elective -IV Dept. Elective –V Open Elective –II Project –II

LIST OF ELECTIVES EI 1421 EI 1422 EI 1423 EI 1424 EI 1425 EI 1426 Elective –I MEMS and Nano Technology Precision Instrumentation Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems Robotics and Automation Wireless Communication Operating Systems EI 1431 EI 1432 EI 1433 EI 1434 EI 1435 EI 1436 EI 1437 Elective –II Intelligent and Knowledge Based Systems Renewable Energy Source and Management PC Based Instrumentation Systems Higher Power Semiconductor Devices Biomedical Instrumentation Intelligent Instrumentation Logic and Distributed Control Systems Elective -IV Computer Networks Biomedical Signal Processing Power Plant Instrumentation Mobile Communications Non Linear Controls Information Securities VLSI Systems & Applications Advanced Sensor and Signal Processing Systems

EI 1441 EI 1442 EI 1443 EI 1444 EI 1445 EI 1446 EI 1447

Elective –III Mechatronics Digital Image Processing Industrial Communications Automotive Instrumentation And Control Web Based Instrumentation Optimization Techniques Industrial Management

EI 1451 EI 1452 EI 1453 EI 1454 EI 1455 EI 1456 EI 1457 EI 1458

EI 1461 EI 1462 EI 1463 EI 1464 EI 1465 EI 1466

Elective –V Opto-electronics and fiber Optics Data base management systems Data Warehousing and Data Mining Petro-Chemical Instrumentation Wind and Solar Energy Systems Advanced Control Systems

Open Elective-I EI 1471 EI 1472 EI 1473 EI 1474 EI 1475 EI 1476 Soft Computing Techniques for Non-linear Optimization Smart Sensors Evolutionary Algorithms in Search and Optimization Modern Analytical Instruments Industrial Automation Mobile Adhoc and Sensor Networks EI 1481 EI 1482 EI 1483 EI 1484 EI 1485 EI 1486 EI 1487 EI 1488

Open Elective-II Optimization Methods in Engineering Machine Intelligence Human-Computer Interfaces Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Bio-Medical Engineering Industrial Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams Analog Integrated Circuit Design

EI 1201

CIRCUITS AND NETWORKS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 3

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C 8

UNIT I : BASIC CIRCUIT CONCEPTS Lumped circuits, circuits elements, V-I relationships of R, L and C, independent sources, dependent sources, simple resistive circuits, Kirchhoff’s Laws, analysis of series and parallel circuits, network reduction, voltage division, current division, source transformation, star-delta transformation. UNIT II : SINUSOIDAL STEADY STATE ANALYSIS Concepts of phasor and complex impedance and admittance, analysis of simple series and parallel circuits, active power, reactive power and power factor, series resonance and parallel resonance, bandwidth and Q factor, solution of three phase balanced circuits, power measurements by two wattmeter methods, solution of three phase unbalanced circuits. UNIT III : CIRCUITS AND THEOREMS Analysis of complex circuits using mesh and nodal methods, superposition theorem, Thevenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, reciprocity theorem, compensation theorem, substitution theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, Millman's theorem with applications. UNIT IV : RESPONSE OF ELECTRIC CIRCUITS Concept of complex frequency, pole-zero plots, frequency response of RL, RC and RLC circuits, transient response of RL, RC and RLC series and parallel circuits, free response, step and sinusoidal responses, natural frequency, damped frequency, damping factor and logarithmic decrement, response of circuits for non-sinusoidal periodic inputs. UNIT V : TWO PORT NETWORK AND FILTERS Driving point and transfer impedances, admittances, voltage and current ratios of two port networks, admittance, impedance, hybrid – transmission and image parameters for two port networks, impedance matching, equivalent Π and T networks, passive filters as a two port network, characteristics of ideal filter, low pass and high pass filters. TEXT BOOKS 1. W.H. Hyatt Jr. and J.E. Kemmerly, “Engineering Circuits Analysis”, McGraw-Hill International Editions. 2. M. Nahvi and J.A. Edminister, “Electric Circuits”, Schaum’s outline series McGraw-Hill,Fourth Edition. REFERENCES 1. A. Sudhakar and S.P. Shyam Mohan, “Circuits and Network Analysis and Synthesis”,Tata McGraw Hill, 2007. 2. M. Arumugam and N. Premkumar, “Electric circuit Theory”, Khanna Publishers, 1991. 3. A. Chakrabarti, “Circuit Theory – Analysis and Synthesis”, Dhanpat Rai & Co., 2001. 4. Nilsson and Riedel, “Electric Circuits”, Eighth Edition, Pearson Education, 2008. EI 1202 ANALOG ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 3 L T P 3 0 0 C 6

UNIT I: Transistors Amplifier: Small Signal BJT amplifiers: AC equivalent circuit, hybrid remodel and their use in amplifier design. Analysis of single stage transistor amplifier using h-parameters: voltage gain, current gain, Input impedance and Output impedance. Comparison of transistor configurations. Multistage amplifiers. UNIT II: JFET characteristics (Qualitative and Quantitative discussion), Small signal model of JFET, MOSFET characteristics (Enhancement and depletion mode), Symbols of MOSFET, Comparison of Transistors, Introduction to SCR and UJT.

Power amplifiers: Class A, B, AB, C & D stages, IC output stages UNIT III: Basics of operational amplifiers, Characteristics of an ideal operational amplifier and its block diagram, Definition of differential voltage gain, CMMR, PSRR, slew rate and input offset current, Frequency Response, Application of operational amplifiers- first and second order filters, adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator, Comparator, Clipper, clamper, Schmitt Trigger, Instrumentation Amplifier, Logarithmic amplifiers rectifiers. UNIT IV: Introduction to Active Filters, First and second order Low-Pass Butterworth filter; filter Design, Frequency Scaling, First and Second-Order High-Pass Butterworth filters, Band-Pass and Band-Stop Filters; Wide Band-Pass, Band-reject and Narrow Band-Pass, Band Reject filters, All-Pass Filters, Oscillators; Oscillator Principles, Oscillator Types, Frequency Stability, Phase shift oscillator, Wien Bridge Oscillator, Quadrature Oscillator, Square-Wave generator, Triangular-wave Generator, Saw tooth-wave generator, Voltage controlled Oscillator, timer 555. Text Books: 1. Electronic Devices and Circuits theory, 9th/10th Edition, R.L. Boylestadand L.Nashelsky, Pearson Education, New Delhi. 2. Microelectronics Circuits, 5th Edition, International Student Edition Sedraand Smith , Oxford University Press, New Delhi. 3. Electronic Devices and Circuits, 3rd Edition, Jimmie J. Cathey adapted by Ajay Kumar Singh, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi. Reference Books: 1. Electronics Circuits Analysis and Design, 3rd Edition, Donald A. Neamen, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi. 2. Milliman’s Electronics Devices and Circuits, 2nd Edition, J. Milliman, C. Halkias, S. Jit., Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 3. Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital Circuits and Systems, J. Milliman, C. Halkias, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi.

EI 1203


L T P C 3 1 0 8

UNIT I: MEASUREMENT AND ERROR: Introduction, Definition, significance of measurement, Measurement characteristics, Calibration of instruments, Static & dynamic characteristics. Types of errors, Statistical analysis, Probability of errors, Limiting error with examples. UNIT II: ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: Classification of instruments, Overview of PMMC, Moving iron, Dynamo Meter type instruments, Galvanometer, different types of galvanometer and it’s application. Overview of Ammeter, Voltmeter & Multimeter, True rms voltmeter, Potentiometers.Extension of range of instruments- shunts & multipliers- Current transformers- Potential Transformers, Strip chart recorders. UNIT III: A. C AND D. C BRIDGES: General equation for bridge balance, D.C. bridges, Wheatstone bridge, Kelvin’s double bridge, General form of an A.C. bridge, Maxwell’s inductance –capacitance bridge, Hay’s bridge, Anderson’s bridge, Schering bridge, Wien’s bridge, Sources of errors in bridge measurement, Wagner earthing device. UNIT IV: MEASUREMENT OF POWER AND ENERGY: Definitions of power, types, Measurement of power, different methods, construction and working of Electrodynamometer type of Wattmeter. Errors in power measurements. Energy, Induction type energy meter,

Indicating type Frequency meter, Electrodynamometer type P.F. meter- construction and working principle, advantages, disadvantages of all. UNIT V: ELECTRONIC MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: Measurement of quality factor(Q), Digital voltmeter(DVM)-Ramp type, Integrating type, ADC, Digital frequency meter, CRO, Construction, Time based circuit, Measurement with CRO,CRO probes. UNIT VI: SIGNAL GENERATIONS AND WAVEFORM ANALYZING INSTRUMENTS: Function generator-Square, triangular Sinusoidal waveform generator, Spectrum analyzer. TEXT BOOKS/REFERENCES: 1. Electrical and Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation By A.K. Sawhney - Dhanpat Rai 2. Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation By H. Cooper – PHI. 3. Electronics Instruments & Measurement by David A. Bell – PHI.

EI 1204





Pre-requisite- None 3 0 0 6 Semester- 3 UNIT I THE STATIC ELECTRIC FIELD Coulomb’s law, Electric field strength, Field due to point charges, a line charge and sheet charge, field due to a continuous vol. charge, Electric flux density, Gauss’s law in integral form, Gauss’s law in differential form (Maxwell’s first equation in electrostatics), Application of Gauss’s law. Electrostatics: potential difference and potential. Potential and potential difference expressed as a line integral. The potential field of a point charge, potential field of a system of charges, conservative property, Potential gradient, the dipole, energy density in the electrostatic field. UNIT II THE STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD The Biot Savart’s law (the magnetic field of filamentary currents), the magnetic field of distributed currents-surface and volume currents, Ampere’s circuital law in integral and differential form (Maxwell’s curl eqn. for steady magnetic fields), the scalar and vector magnetic potentials. Maxell’s divergence equation for B. Steady magnetic field laws. Forces in a magnetic field, force on a current element. Force between two current elements. Force and torque in a current loop. UNIT III THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD Faraday’s laws in integral and differential form (Maxwell’s first curl eqn. for electromagnetic field). The Lorentz force equation, the concept of displacement current and modified Ampere’s circuital law in integral and differential form. (Maxwell’s 2nd curl eqn. for the electromagnetic field). The continuity equation, Power flow in an electromagnetic field-the Pointing vector. Sinusoidally time varying fields. Maxwell’s eqn. for sinusoidally time varying fields. Power and energy considerations for sinusoidally time varying fields, The retarded potentials, Polarization of vector fields. Review of the Maxwell’s eqns. UNIT IV MATERIALS AND FIELDS (REVIEW TYPE ONLY) Current and current density. The continuity eqn. conductor in fields-drift velocity, mobility, conductivity. Dielectrics in fields-Polarizations, flux density. Electric susceptibility, relative permittivity. Boundary conditions in perfect dielectrics. Magnetic materials, magnetisation, permeability and magnetic boundary conditions. UNIT V APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS - I Poisson’s and Laplace’s eqns. Solution of one dimensional cases. General solution of Laplace’s eqn. Method of images. UNIT VI APPLIED ELECTROMAGNETICS - II Electromagnetic waves, The Helmhottz eqns. Radiation of electromagnetic waves. Wave motion in free pace. Wave motion in perfect dielectric. Wave motion in lossy dielectric. Propagation in good conductors : skin effect. Reflection of uniform plane waves.

TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. John D Kraus, ‘Electromagnetics’, McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, Third Edition, 1989. Joseph A Edminister, ‘Theory and Problems of Electromagnetics’, Schaum’s Outline Series, McGraw Hill Book Company, New York, 1986. William H.Hayt, Jr., ‘Engineering Electromagnetics’, Tata McGraw-Hill Edition, New Delhi, 1998

REFERENCES: David J.Griffith, ‘Introduction to Electrodynamics’, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, Second Edition, 1997. 2. Richard E.Dubroff, S.V.Marshall, G.G.Skitek, ‘Electromagnetic Concepts and Applications’, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd., New Delhi, 1996. 3. Kraus and Fleish, ‘Electromagnetics with Applications’, McGraw–Hill International Editions, Fifth Edition, 1999. 1.

EI 1211

CIRCUITS & NETWORKS LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 3

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List of Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Transient response in R-L and R-C Network: Simulation/hardware Transient response in R-L-C Series & Parallel circuits Network: Simulation/hardware Determination of Impedance (Z) and Admittance(Y) parameters of two port network Frequency response of LP and HP filters Frequency response of BP and BR filters Generation of Periodic, Exponential, Sinusoidal, Damped sinusoidal, Step, Impulse,Ramp signals using MATLAB in both discrete and analog form 7. Evaluation of convolution integral, Discrete Fourier transform for periodic & non-periodic signals and simulation of difference equations using MATLAB 8. Representation of poles and zeros in z-plane, determination of partial fraction expansion in z-domain and cascade connection of second order system using MATLAB 9. Determination of Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transformation using MATLAB 10. a) Study of RC low pass filter as an integrator; b) Study of frequency response of low pass filter 11. a) Study of RC high pass filter as an differentiator b) Study of frequency response of high pass filter 12. Design of different clipper circuits 14. Study of different clamper circuits: positive, negative & bias 15. Design & study of Frequency response of two stage RC coupled amplifiers 16. Study of power amplifiers EI 1212 MEASUREMENT LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 3 L T P C 0 0 2 2

List of Experiments (Any Fourteen expts as instructed by course coordinators) 1. Measurement of an unknown medium resistance using Wheatstone bridge. 2. Measurement of an unknown low resistance using Kelvin’s double bridge. 3. Measurement of an unknown self inductance using Maxwell’s inductance capacitance bridge. 4. Determination of critical damping resistance of a D’Arsonval galvanometer 5. Calibration of Ammeter, Voltmeter and Wattmeter using Potentiometer.

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a) Design, construction and calibration of series and shunt type Ohmmeters; b) Measurement of insulation resistance of cable by Megger or Insulation tester Calibration of wattmeter at different Power Factors. Testing of CT & PT; Measurement of power of HV circuit using CT & PT . Measurement of unknown Parameter using LCR meter(Q-meter). Measurement of unknown Frequency using Frequency Counter Trainer. Measurement of three-phase power by two Wattmeter Method. Measurement of Phase & Frequency with CRO. Magnetic measurement using Ballistic Galvanometer. Measurement of R,L and C by using RLC bridge instrument. Measurement of resistance by using: (i) Wheatstone bridge, (ii) Kelvin’s double bridge. Study of various types of multimeters and measurement of different AC, DC parameters. Demonstration of MC, MI, Induction type and dynamometer type instruments. Measurement of self inductance, mutual inductance and coupling coefficient of transformer windings & Air cored Coils Extension of range of Ammeter, Voltmeter and Wattmeter using Shunt Series resistance and instrumentation Transformers. Calibration of Single Phase energy meter by: (i) Direct Loading; (ii) Phantom Loading at various points Calibration of 3 Phase energy meter using standard watt meter. a) Measurement of Capacitance using Schering Bridge; b) Measurement of Frequency using Wien’s bridge a) Measurement of Power Factor at Consumer terminals, b) Measurement of Maximum KVA demand of a Consumer.

EI 1205

TRANSDUCERS AND SENSORS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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UNIT I Introduction, General concepts and terminology of measurement systems, general input-output configuration, static and dynamic characteristics of a measurement system, Statistical analysis of measurement data. Standards and Calibration. Transducers and sensors, classification, emerging fields of sensor technologies UNIT II Variable resistance transducers: Potentiometers, metal and semiconductor strain gauges and their signal conditioning circuits, strain gauge applications: Load and torque measurement. Instrumentation amplifier-circuits and applications. UNIT III Inductive transducers- Transformer type, synchros, eddy current transducers, proximity detectors. Tacho generators and stroboscope. Capacitive transducers, capacitive microphone. UNIT IV Piezoelectric transducers, charge amplifier and signal conditioning of PE transducers; photoelectric transducers, photo-voltaic cell, proximity sensors, Hall effect sensors, Magnetostrictive transducers, Basics of Gyroscope, Seismic instrument and accelerometers. UNIT V Thermocouples: Thermoelectric effects, laws of thermocouple, cold junction compensation techniques, thermocouple types, construction, measuring circuits, thermocouple burn out detection and high temperature measurement methods. Temperature measurement: Resistance temperature detector (RTD), principle and types, construction requirements for industry, measuring circuits. Thermistors, principle and sensor types, measuring circuits, linearization methods and applications. Digital displacement sensors, Semiconductor sensor.

Text Books: 1. Murthy D. V. S, “Transducers and Instrumentation”, Prentice Hall, New Delhi. 2. Patranabis, “Sensors and Transducers”, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd. 3. Doebelin E.O, “Measurement Systems - Application and Design”, 4th Edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, 2003.

Reference Books: 1. Neubert H.K.P, “Instrument Transducers - An Introduction to their Performance and Design”, 2nd Edition, Oxford University Press, Cambridge. 2. Waldemar Nawrocki, “Measurement Systems and Sensors”, Artech House. 3. S.M. Sze, “Semiconductor sensors”, John Wiley & Sons Inc., Singapore. 4. B. C. Nakara & Chaudhry, “Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis”, TATA McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.

EI 1206

ADVANCED ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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UNIT I: TRANSISTOR AT HIGH FREQUENCIES Hybrid –pi CE Transistor Model, Hybrid –pi Conductance, Hybrid –pi Capacitances, Validity of Hybrid –pi Model, Variation of Hybrid –pi Parameters, CE Short-Circuit Current Gain, Current Gain with Resistive Load, SingleStage CE Transistor Amplifier Response, Gain-Bandwidth Product, Emitter Follower at High Frequencies. UNIT II: MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS Classification of Amplifiers, Distortion in Amplifiers, Frequency Response of an Amplifier, Bode Plots, Step Response of an Amplifier, Cascaded Stages, RC Coupled Amplifier, Low Frequency Response of an RC Coupled Stage, Effect of an Emitter Bypass Capacitor on Low- Frequency Response, High-Frequency Response of Two Cascaded CE Transistor Stages, Multistage CE Amplifier Cascade at High Frequencies UNIT III: FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS Classification of Amplifiers, Feedback Concept, Transfer Gain with Feedback, General Characteristics of Negative Feedback Amplifiers, Input Resistance, Output Resistance, Method of Analysis of a Feedback Amplifier, Voltage Series Feedback, A Voltage Series Feedback Pair, Current Series Feedback, Current Shunt Feedback, Voltage Shunt Feedback UNIT IV: STABILITY AND OSCILLATORS Effect of Feedback on Amplifier Bandwidth, Double-Pole Transfer Function with Feedback, Three –Pole Transfer Function with Feedback, Approximate Analysis of a Multi pole Feedback Amplifier, Stability, Gain and Phase Margins, Compensation, Dominant-Pole Compensation, Pole-Zero Compensation, Compensation by Modification of the Network, Sinusoidal Oscillators, Phase-Shift Oscillator, Resonant Circuit Oscillators, A General Form of Oscillator Circuit, Wien Bridge Oscillator, Crystal Oscillators, Frequency Stability UNIT V: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS Review of Operational Amplifiers and applications/operations. An Example of an IC Operational Amplifier, Offset Error Voltages and Currents, Temperature Drift of Input Offset Voltage and Current, Measurement of Operational Amplifier Parameters, Frequency Response of Operational Amplifiers, Dominant –Pole Compensation, Pole-Zero Compensation, Lead Compensation, Step Response of Operational Amplifiers UNIT VI: LOGIC FAMILIES Diode Transistor Logic, High Threshold Logic, Transistor Logic, Resistor Transistor Logic, Direct Coupled Transistor Logic, Comparison of Logic families UNIT VII: ANALOG TO DIGITAL AND DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTERS Digital to Analog Conversion, R-2R ladder type DAC, Weighted resistor type DAC, Switched current source type

DAC, Switched capacitor type DAC, Analog to Digital Conversion, Counter type A/D converter, , Flash type A/D converter, Dual slope A/D converter, Successive approximation ADC. Text Books: 1. Millman and Halkias. C., “Integrated Electronics”, Tata McGraw-Hill. 2. Schilling and Belove, "Electronic Circuits", TMH, Third Edition. 3. Millman J. and Taub H., "Pulse Digital and Switching waveform", McGraw-Hill International . 4. Robert L. Boylestead and Louis Nasheresky, 8th edn., PHI. REFERENCES: 1. Sedra Smith, “Micro Electronic Circuits” Oxford university Press. 2. David A. Bell, " Solid State Pulse Circuits ", Prentice Hall of India.

EI 1207

CONTROL SYSTEM-I Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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UNIT I: Definition of System – linear Vs non-linear, time variant Vs time invariant, causal Vs non-causal, lumped Vs distributed. Definition of Control system, automatic control, manual control, open loop, closed loop, feedback loops, Components in a closed loop control system, servo control, regulatory control. Variables and parameters. Review of ordinary differential equations, Laplace transformation. UNIT II: Fundamental laws, Conservation principle, modeling of electrical – RLC circuits, servo motors, stepper motors, mechanical – MBK system, fluid – liquid level, pneumatic, hydraulic and thermal systems, electromechanical systems. Translational, rotational systems and their electrical analogy. Transfer function, properties of transfer function. Block diagram reduction, Signal flow graph, Mason’s gain formula. Effect of feedback on stability, overall gain, sensitivity, parameter variation. Linear approximation of physical systems. UNIT III: Typical test signals, Transient analysis of first order systems, Transient analysis of second order systems, overshoot, damping, settling time and rise time, Analysis of multi-order control system with dominant poles, Pole-zero concepts, effect of pole location on performance specification, Type number, Steady state error analysis, error co-efficients, generalized error series, Transient analysis with derivative control, integral control and proportional control, rate feedback control. Concept of stability, relative stability analysis, Routh-Hurwitz stability criteria. UNIT IV: Concept of stability, relative stability analysis, Routh-Hurwitz stability criteria. Basic conditions for root loci, rules for construction, stability and conditional stability on root locus. UNIT V: Bodes plot, frequency domain behavior of a system, gain margin and phase margin, stability criteria, Polar plot, Nyquist plot and stability criteria, M&N circles, Nichol’s chart. Necessity of compensations, compensation networks, design and application of lead, lag, lag-lead compensators. UNIT VI: Limitation of Conventional Control Theory, Concepts of state variable and state model, state model for linear time invariant systems. State space representation of dynamic systems, physical notion of system state, block diagram representations, State space representation of transfer function, Transformation of state variables, Eigen values. Text Book: 1. K Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, PHI. 2. M. Gopal, Principles and Design, Tata McGraw Hill Reference Books: 1. I J Nagrath and M Gopal, Control system engineering; New Age International Publisher. 2. R C Dorf and R H Bishop, Modern Control Systems; Pearson Education. 3. R T Stefani, B Shahiana, C J Savant and G H Hostetter, Design of Feedback control System, Oxford University Press 4. B C Kuo, Automatic Control System; PHI. 5. D Roy Choudhury, Modern Control Engineering, PHI.

EI 1208

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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UNIT I : BOOLEAN ALGEBRA Review of Number Systems – Fixed point and floating point representations – Review of computer codes - Number complements - Signed number addition and subtraction - Boolean Algebra -Demorgan‟s theorem - Canonical forms -Simplification of Boolean functions using K-maps and Quine Mclusky methods. UNIT II : COMBINATIONAL LOGIC DESIGN Gates - Universal set of modules - Standard combinational modules - Decoders -Encoders – Multiplexers Demultiplexers – Comparators - Code Converters -Function realization using Gates and Multiplexers – Adders Carry Look Ahead Adder - Subtraction using adders - BCD adder. UNIT III : SEQUENTIAL LOGIC DESIGN Basic latch circuit - Flip-flops - Truth table – Excitation table - Analysis and design of synchronous sequential circuits - Transition table - Transition diagram – Introduction to asynchronous sequential circuits - Race in sequential circuits - Hazards -Techniques for controlling hazards. UNIT IV : COUNTERS AND SHIFT REGISTERS Asynchronous Counter design and Synchronous Counter design - Up/Down counter -Modulus counter - Shift Registers - Johnson Counter – Ring Counter -Application of Counters and Shift Registers. UNIT V : INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC FAMILIES Introduction to logic families: - RTL, DTL, ECL, TTL, NMOS, CMOS - GaAs Building blocks - Operating conditions –Interfacing between different families. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Morris Mano, M., “Digital Design”, Prentice Hall, 2006. 2. A Malvino and D Leach, “Digital Principles and Applications”, Tata McGraw. Hill, 2002. 3. J.P. Uyemura, “A First Course in Digital Systems Design”, Brooks/Cole Publishing Co. REFERENCES: 1. Tocci, R.J., “Digital systems: Principles and Applications”, Prentice Hall, 8th Edition, 2005. 2. Taub and Schilling, “Digital Integrated Electronics”, Tata McGraw Hill. 3. Floyd and Jain, “Digital Fundamentals”, Pearson Education.

EI 1213

ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Design and implementation of Adders and Subtractors using logic gates. 2. Design and implementation of code converters using logic gates. 3. BCD to excess-3 code conversion and vice-versa. 4. Binary to gray code conversion and vice-versa. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Design and implementation of Multiplexer and De-multiplexer using logic gates and study of IC74150 and IC74154. Design and implementation of encoder and decoder using logic gates and study of IC74145 and IC74147. Implementation of SISO, SIPO, PISO and PIPO shift registers using Flip-flops. To study S-R, J-K, D & T Flip-flops To study synchronous, asynchronous counter. To study MOD counter, decade counter. Active low-pass and band-pass filter. Design of Astable and Monostable multivibrators.

13. To study the CE and CB Characteristics and find input and output impedance; 14. To study the JKFET Characteristics; 15. a) Differential amplifiers, b) Integrator and Differentiator. 16. Instrumentation amplifier. 17. To implement the Operational Amplifier as a) Comparator, b) Summer and c) Subtractor; 18. To implement the Operational Amplifier as a Schmitt Trigger; 19. To study the Monostable multivibrator using IC 555 timer; 20. To study the astable multivibrator using IC 555 timer; 21. To implement a voltage regulatory circuit using Zener Diode; 22. To study the Biasing Techniques. 22. Design of bistable multivibrators, design of Schmitt trigger. 23. Design of Wein bridge oscillator using BJT. 24. Design of RC phase shift oscillators using BJT/ FET. 25. Design of Collpitt‟s oscillators using BJT, Design of Hartly oscillators using BJT 26. Study of Frequency response of Common Source(CS) amplifier 27. To study different VI using NI Basic Electronics modules.

EI 1214

CONTROL SYSTEM LAB Pre-requisite- None

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Semester- 4 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Study of first order and second order system responses-measurement of system parameters 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Check the stability of a system. Report whether the system is stable, unstable, or marginally stable. Given the transfer function of the system. Obtaining the closed loop transfer function of a complex block diagram Obtaining response of a system for an arbitrary input State variable analysis-controllability, observability Design of state feedback Design of observer Simulation of Mass Spring Dashpot system, DC Motor Control Use of MATLAB for simulating transfer functions, closed loop systems etc Transfer function of Field controlled DC Motor. Transfer function of Armature controlled DC Motor. Introduction to Control system tool box. Plotting of pole-zero configuration in s-plane for the given transfer function. Determining the transfer function for given closed loop system in block diagram representation. Plotting unit step response of given transfer function and find peak overshoot, peak time. Plotting unit step response and finding rise time and delay time. Finding state space representation of given closed loop system. Plotting locus of given transfer function, locating closed loop poles for different value of k. Plotting root locus of given transfer function and finding S, Wd, Wn at given root. Plotting Bode plot of given transfer function. Plotting Bode plot of given transfer function and finding gain and phase margin. Plotting Nyquist plot for given transfer function and to compare their stability. Plotting Nyquist plot for given transfer function and to discuss closed loop stability, gain and phase margin. Solving the above problems(as asked by course coordinator) using LABVIEW.

EI 1215

TRANSDUCERS & SENSORS LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 4

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. To study the strain gauge characteristics. To study the characteristics and weight measurement by load cell To study the construction of LVDT and its use in displacement and thickness measurement. To study the flow measurement by differential pressure type transducer. To study the characteristics of LDR, thermostat and thermocouples. To study the testing and calibration of T, J, K ,R and S thermocouples. To study the voltage – intensity characteristics of a photo – transistor To study the ramp response characteristics of filled in system thermometer. To study step response of RTD and thermocouple. To study force and torque transducers and the working details of electrical pressure probes To study the characteristics of photoelectric tachometer. To study Hal Effect Transducer. To study the characteristics of Accelerometer Model. To study the characteristics of Angular potentiometer transducer model. To design LabVIEW VI for measurement of voltage, current and PQ. Measurement of temp, depth etc by optical fibre sensor. To study the characteristics of Piezoelectric sensors. To study the operation of sensor and actuator modules. To study the operation of DAQ system for application with sensor signals. Data acquisition and storage of signals through serial/parallel port (or sound card) to PC PC based data acquisition using add-on (PCI) card: analog/digital inputs


INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION-I Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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UNIT – I : INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENTS Measurement of straightness, flatness, roundness and roughness. Electric balance – different types of load cells – elastics load cell-strain gauge load cell- different methods of torque measurement, using strain gauge, relative regular twist-speed measurement – revaluation counter-capacitive tacho-drag up type tacho D.C and A.C tacho generators – stroboscopic methods. UNIT – II : TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT Introduction - Definitions and standards – primary and secondary fixed points – Temperature scale – calibration of thermometers – different types of filled in system thermometer – sources of errors in filled in systems and their compensation – Bimetallic thermometers – Electrical methods of temperature measurement – signal conditioning of industrial RTDs and their characteristics – 3 lead and 4 lead RTDs – Improved bridge circuits. UNIT – III : TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT- APPLICATIONS Thermocouples – law of thermocouple – fabrication of industrial thermocouples – signal conditioning of thermocouple output – thermal block references functions – commercial circuits for cold junction compensation – response of thermocouple – Linearization of thermocouple and Thermistors – colour coding Testing and calibration and Installation procedures. Special techniques for measuring high temperature using thermocouples – Radiation methods of temperature measurement – radiation fundamentals – total radiation and selective radiation pyrometers – optical pyrometer – two colour radiation pyrometer. UNIT – IV : MISCELLINEOUS MEASUREMENTS-I Accelerometers - LVDT, piezo-electric, strain gauge and variable reluctance type accelerometers – mechanical type

vibration instruments – seismic instrument as an accelerometer and vibrometer – calibration of vibration pick ups – units of density, specific gravity and viscosity used in industries – Baume scale API scale – pressure head type densitometer – float type densitometer – ultrasonic densitometer Bridge type gas densitometer. UNIT – V : MISCELLINEOUS MEASUREMENTS-II Viscosity terms – saybolt viscometer –rotameter type viscometer – industrial consistency meters – humidity terms – dry and wetbulb psychrometers – hot wire electrode type hygrometer – dew cell – electrolysis type hygrometer – commercial type dew point meter – moisture terms - different methods of moisture measurement – moisture measurement in granular materials, solid penetrable materials like wood, web type material. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Ernest O.Doebelin, “Measurement systems Application and Design”,International Students Edition, IV Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company. 2. R.K.Jain, “Mechanical and Industrial Measurements”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. 3. S.K.Singh Industrial instrumentation & control, TMH. 4. Industrial instrumentation, by K.Krishnaswamy and S.vijayachitra , new age international. 5. “Measurement Systems: Application and Design”, by E.O. Doebelin, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill, New York REFERENCES: 1. D.Patranabis, “Principles of Industrial Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi. 2. A.K.Sawhney, “A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation”, Dhanpat Rai and Sons, New Delhi. 3. P.Holman, “Experimental Methods for Engineers”, International Student Edition, McGraw Hill Book Company. 4. Liptak B.G, “Process Measurement and Analysis”, 4th Edition, Chilton Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania. 5. Douglas M. Considine, “Process / Industrial Instruments & Controls Handbook”, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, ffffffSingapore. 6. Andrew W.G, “Applied Instrumentation in Process Industries – A survey”, Vol I & Vol II, Gulf.


PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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UNIT I: CONTROL RELEVANT PROCESS MODELING AND IDENTIFICATION Introduction to mathematical modeling. Conservation principles. Thermodynamic principles of process systems. Development of steady state and dynamic lumped and distributed parameter models based on first principles. Mathematical modeling of electrical RLC circuit, mercury thermometer, liquid level, mixing process, distillation column, and heat exchanger. Solution strategies for lumped parameter models (ordinary differential equations). Solution methods for initial value and boundary value problems, Euler‟s method, R-K method, Finite difference methods. FOPTD and SOPTD model from step response analysis. Linear least square estimation. Solving the problems using MATLAB/SCILAB. UNIT II: PROCESS ANALYSIS Closed and open loop response. Review of first and higher order systems. Interacting and non-interacting systems. Stability – time domain and frequency domain analysis. Steady state and dynamic response analysis of electrical RLC circuits, Mercury Thermometer, Liquid level, Mixing processes for various standard inputs. Study of system response based on Poles – Zeros . Inverse response system. Transporation Lag. UNIT III: INTRODUCTION TO PROCESS CONTROL Terms and objectives. Process variables. Degree of freedom. Continuous and batch process. Servo and regulatory process. Basic elements of process control. Signal conversion - I/P converters, P/I converters. Pneumatic, electric and hydraulic actuators. Valve positioner. Effective valve characteristics - Linear, Equal percentage, Quick opening valve. Globe, Butterfly, Diaphragm, Ball valves. Valve sizing. Cavitation. Flashing. Piping and instrumentation diagram.

UNIT IV: CONTROL ACTIONS AND CONTROLLER TUNING Basic control actions – Characteristics of two position, Multi position, Floating, P, I, D Control modes. Composite control modes – PI, PD, PID control modes. Integral windup. Selection of control mode for different processes – level, flow, pressure and temperature. Pneumatic and electronic controllers to realize various control actions. Performance criteria – IAE, ISE, ITAE, ITSE. Zeigler – Nichols tuning method, Cohen – Coon tuning method. UNIT V: VARIOUS CONTROL TECHNIQUES Cascade control. Ratio control. Feed forward control. Over ride control. Split range control. Selective control. Adaptive control. Inferential control. Internal model control. Multivariable control - Interaction, examples of storage tanks. Case studies : Boiler control – drum level control, combustion control. Distillation column control. Text Books: 1. Process Control - K. Krishnaswamy; New Age International Publishers. 2. Smith C.L and Corripio.A..B, “Principles and Practice of Automatic Process Control”, 2nd Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1998. 3. Shinskey, “Process Control Systems”, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1996. Reference Books: 1. Process Dynamics, Modeling and Control - Babatunde A. Ogunnaike, W. Harmon Ray; Oxford University Press. 2. Process Systems Analysis and Control - Donald R. Coughanowr; McGraw-Hill Publications. 3. Process Modeling Simulation and Control for Chemical Engineers - William L. Luyben; McGraw-Hill Publications. 4. Process Dynamics and Control : Modeling for Control and Prediction - Brian Roffel; Ben Betlem; John Wiley & Sons Ltd


POWER & INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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UNIT I: POWER DEVICES Power diode, Power transistor, Power MOSFET–SCR–TRIAC–GTO–IGBT–MCT– Protection of power devices. Thyristor – characteristics, application, Thyristor converters and systems, Thyristor protection. UNIT II: CONVERTERS Half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers, Single phase and three phase – half controlled and fully controlled converters, Dual converters, Introduction to cycloconverters, Three – phase half-wave cycloconverters, AC controllers, Single phase voltage controllers. UNIT III: INVERTER AND CHOPPER Single phase voltage source inverters, Three phase bridge inverters, Voltage control in single-phase inverters, PWM inverters, Reduction of harmonics in the inverter output voltage, Current source inverters. Principle of chopper operation, Control strategies, Types of chopper circuits, Step-up and step down chopper, Chopper classification–Class A, B, C, D, E. Steady state time-domain analysis of type-A chopper, AC and Multiphase chopper. UNIT IV: DC AND AC DRIVES Steady state characteristic of dc motors, Control of DC motor using converter sand choppers, Regenerative and dynamic braking, Closed loop control scheme, Speed-torque characteristic of induction motor, Static stator voltage control, V/f control, Static rotor resistance control, Slip power recovery scheme, Self control of synchronous motor. UNIT V: APPLICATIONS Power supply applications: Switching power supplies, Power conditioners, Uninterrupted power supplies; Other applications: Application in residential and industrial systems (Electronic choke, Automatic heater, washing machine, Air conditioners), Electric utility, Step motor drive.

Text Books: 1. Power Electronics: Circuits ,Devices and Applications by M H Rashid, Pearson. 2. Power Converter Circuits by W Shepherd and L Zhang, CRC, Taylor and Francis, Special Indian Edition. Reference Books: 1. Power Electronics: Principles and Applications by J. Vithayathil, TMH Edition 2. Power Electronics: Converters , Applications, and Design by Mohan, Undeland and Robbins,


COMMUNICATION & TELEMETRY Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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UNIT I : INTRODUCTION Representation of signals and systems in a communication system: Discrete and continuous spectra of signals, concepts of modulation and frequency translation. UNIT : II CONTINUOUS WAVE MODULATION Continuous wave (CW) modulation: AM, DSB/SC, SSB, VSB, methods of generation, Demodulation. Nonlinear modulation techniques: FM and PM, narrowband FM, wideband FM, methods of generation; FM spectrum; Demodulation techniques for FM; Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM). UNIT III : SAMPLING & PULSE MODULATION Sampling a signal by periodic pulse stream: spectra of ideally sampled signal, Nyquist sampling theorem, flat-top sampling, sampling of bandpass signals, examples of sampling circuits; PAM, PWM, PPM, PFM spectra, generation and demodulation schemes. UNIT IV : DIGITAL COMMUNICATION Digital signals and their spectra. Information and entropy; Source coding, Quantization of signals. PCM, DPCM, ADPCM, DM, ADM. Baseband transmission: intersymbol interference, noise, eye pattern. Digital modulation schemes: ASK, PSK, FSK, DPSK; M-ary modulation schemes: QPSK, MSK; QAM. UNIT V: TELEMETRY Introduction, definition, classifications of telemetering systems, Purpose of telemetry, basic schemes, voltage, current and frequency telemetry, line length limitations. Concepts of Information transfer, bits, symbols, codes source, line, channel, BCD,ABCII, BAUDOT, AMI, CMI, Manchester, HDBM, Block, Differential, Hamming, Conduction. Review of modulation and multiplexing: FM-AM, FM-FM, PAM-AM, PAM-FM, PCM-AM, etc. Quantization and conversion methods, error in quantization, bandwidth consideration Fiber optic Telemetry- The Fibre cable-principle-Interconnections-Repeaters-Sources-transmitter & receiver circuits-WDM. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. Communication System Engineering John G. Proakis, M. Salehi, PHI Principles of Communication System, Taub and Schilling, McGraw Hill I.E. Communication Systems, Simon Hykin, M. Moher Wiley

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. Telemetry principles, D. Patranabis TMH Handbook of Telemetry and Remote control E. L. Gruenberg Mc Graw Hill INDUSTRIAL PROCESS ENGINEERING LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5 L T 0 P C

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 2. Study of first order system response – Mercury Thermometer Study of second order system response – U -tube manometer

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Study of Flapper-nozzle system Study of Valve characteristics – Linear, Quick opening, Equal percentage Controller tuning for various process models in SIMULINK – using Ziegler-Nichols rule Controller tuning for process models in SIMULINK – using Cohen and Coon rule Flow control using ON-OFF controller with and without neutral zone Temperature control using P, PI, PD, and PID controllers–Study of output response Flow control using P, PI, PD, and PID controllers–Study of output response Liquid level control using P, PI, PD, and PID controllers–Study of output response Pressure control using P, PI, PD, and PID controllers–Study of output response Study of feed-forward, cascade, and ratio controls Study of PLC-ladder diagram implementation for simple processes Development of VI for level measurement-with display, and visual and sound alarms PC based control of robotic arm Study of inverted pendulum Study of Industrial Process Control System using Process Control Trainer. Study of Distributed Control System. To measure the abnormalities (Tachycardia, Brody-cardio) present in cardiovascular system. Study of signal conditioning for different sensors(LVDT, SG, Piezoelectric, Thermocouple, RTD etc). Data acquisition using NI Elvis and Sensors. To study with Sensors & Actuators Module for different signals/parameters. Measurement & detection of displacement, pressure, motion, vibration using sensors.

EI 1312

COMMUNICATION LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. To study the frequency modulation. To study the sample and hold circuit. Hardware realization of ASK modulator and demodulator. Fourier Transform Approximation, More General PAM. Sampling, Nyquist, Eye Diagrams, PR Signaling. Power Spectral Density, Noise, and Symbol Timing Information. PAM Receiver with Matched Filter and Symbol Timing Extraction. Symbol Error Probability, Convolutional Codes, and Viterbi Algorithm. Amplitude Modulation with Suppressed Carrier. AM-DSB-TC, Non-Coherent Receivers, FDM. M-ary Amplitude and Frequency Shift Keying, Signal Space. Real Bandpass and Complex Lowpass Signals, QAM, General BPFs. Phase and Hybrid Amplitude/Phase Shift Keying, Carrier Sync. RF Oscillators; Second Order Filters. AM Modulators & AM Demodulators DSB-SC and SSB Modulators & DSB-SC and SSB Demodulators FM Modulators & FM Demodulators PWM Modulators & PWM Demodulators.


POWER ELECTRONIC LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 5

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. SCR characteristics 2. Triac and Diac characteristics 3. Phase controlled rectifier-resistance triggering 4. Phase controlled rectifier- UJT triggering

5. Chopper circuits, D.C. Jones Chopper 6. Single Phase cycloconverter. 7. Single phase dual converter. 8. MOSFET characteristics 9. Simple DC to AC inverter circuit 10. Driven DC to AC inverter using MOSFET & IC 11. IGBT characteristics 12. Inverter circuit using IGBT 13. Digital triggering circuit for phase controlled rectifiers 14. Application of ICS: PWM IC TL 494, optocoupler IC -MCT2E 15. DC motor speed control – Using digital logic circuits/microprocessor/PC 16. AC motor speed control – Using digital logic circuits/microprocessor/PC 17. Simulation of power electronic converter and inverter circuits using software like MATLAB, PSPICE

EI 1305

INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION-II Pre-requisite- None ,Semester: 6

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UNIT-1 LEVEL MEASUREMENT Gauge glass technique coupled with photo electric readout system – float type level indication- different schemes– level switches level measurement using displacer and torque tube – bubbler system. Boiler drum level measurement – ifferential pressure method – hydra step systems – electrical types of level gauges using resistance, capacitance, nuclear radiation and ultrasonic sensors. UNIT II : PRESSURE MEASUREMENT Units of pressure – Types of pressure-Non-Electric type pressure measurement – manometers – different types – elastic type pressure gauges – Motion and force balance designs. Bourdon type bellows – diaphragms – Electrical methods – elastic elements with LVDT and strain gauges – capacitive type pressure gauge – piezo resistive pressure sensor – resonator pressure sensor – measurement of vacuum – McLeod gauge – Knudsen gauge – thermal conductivity gauges – Ionization gauge cold cathode and hot cathode types – Electrical pressure transmitter – testing and calibration of pressure gauges – dead weight tester. UNIT III :FLOW MEASUREMENT - MECHANICAL TYPE FLOWMETERS Theory of fixed restriction variable head type flow meters-orifice plate – venturi tube – flow nozzle – dall tube – installation of head flow meters- piping arrangement for different fluids – pilot tube. Positive displacement flow meters – constructional details and theory of operation of mutating disc, reciprocation piston, oval gear and helix type flow meters-inferential meter turbine flow meter – rotameter – theory and installation – angular momentum mass flow meter – coriolis mass flow meters – thermal mass flow meter – volume flow meter plus density measurement – calibration of flow meters – dynamic weighing method. UNIT – IV :FLOW MEASUREMENT - ELECTRICAL TYPE FLOWMETERS Electrical type flow meter: Principle and constructional details of electromagnetic flow meter – different types of excitation – schemes used – different types of ultrasonic flow meters-laser Doppler anemometer systems – vortex shedding flow meter – target flow meter – solid flow rate measurement – guidelines for selection of flow meter. UNIT V: INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND SPECIFICATIONS Safety: Introduction, electrical hazards, hazardous areas and classification, Non hazardous areas, enclosures – NEMA types, fuses and circuit breakers, protection methods: purging, explosion proofing and Intrinsic safety. Specification of instruments, preparation of project documentation, process flow sheet, Instrument index sheet, Instrument specification sheet, panel drawing and specifications. TEXT BOOKS: 1. R.K.Jain, “Mechanical and Industrial Measurements”, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi. 2. C. D. Johnson, “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”, PHI 3. S.K. Singh, “Industrial Instrumentation and Control”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. D.Patranabis, “Principles of Industrial Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Ltd., New Delhi, 2. 3. Andrew W.G, “Applied Instrumentation in Process Industries – A survey”, Vol. 1 & Vol.2, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston. Ernest O.Doebelin, “Measurement systems Application and Design”, International Student Edition, IV Edition,McGraw Hill Book Company.

EI 1306

CONTROL SYSTEM-II Pre-requisite- EI 1207

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Semester- 6 UNIT I: Review of transfer function and state space methods, time domain solution of state equations, state transition matrix, interpretation and properties of the state transition matrix, state space representation of MIMO systems, stability of systems in state space. State space modeling of systems: Inverted pendulum on a cart, two capacitance system, spring coupled masses, distillation column, instrument servo, missile guidance dynamics (any four). UNIT II: Linear algebra, vector spaces, span and change of basis, Cayley - Hamilton theorem, QR decomposition. Singular value decomposition, Computation of state transition matrix. UNIT III: Definition and test of controllability, observability, detectability and stabilizability. Effect of pole - zero cancellation. State feedback control for controllable canonical form, State feedback control in general, Output feedback controller. Full-order and reduced-order observers, Introduction to Linear Quadratic problems. UNIT IV: Introduction to Discrete time systems , analogies with continuous-time systems, mathematical models for LTI discrete- time systems, Z- transformation of difference equation, analysis of first, second order and higher order systems, Stability analysis in Z – domain. State space modeling of discrete-time dynamical systems. UNIT V: Non-linear system analysis: Non-linear system behavior, different methods of linearization, Lyapnov stability criterion. Phase plane analysis, singular points, constructing phase portraits, existence of limit cycle, stability of limit cycles, describing functions. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. K Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey. Brogan W. L, Modern Control theory, Prentice Hall International, New Jersey.

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Jean-Jacques E. Slotine, Weiping Li, Applied nonlinear control, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey. 2. Skelton R. E, Dynamic System Control and Linear System Analysis and Synthesis, John Wiley and Sons Inc., New Delhi. 3. Vidyasagar .M, Nonlinear system analysis, Second Edition, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey.


DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Pre-requisite- None Semester- 6

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UNIT I : INTRODUCTION Review of different discrete time signals, analysis of different LTI systems, Fourier transforms, Z- transforms, properties of Z-transform, sampling theorem, application of Z-transform in transient A.C signal filtering. UNIT II : STRUCTURES OF DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEMS Block diagram representation of linear constant coefficient difference equations-their interconnection schemes; direct form-I, direct form-II, cascade form and parallel form structures, Finite precision word-length effectnumber representation , analysis of effect of coefficient quantization and rounding of noise, zero input limit cycles in fixed-point realizations of IIR digital filters.

UNIT III : FILTER DESIGN TECHNIQUES Characteristics of practical frequency selective filter, design of FIR filters by windowing, characteristics of Butterworth And Chebyshev filters, design of IIR filters from continuous-time filters-Impulse invariance and bilinear transformation methods. UNIT IV : DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORMS Frequency domain sampling, the DFT and properties of DFT, circular convolution, linear convolution using DFT, DFT Application in A.C, transient signal analysis. UNIT V: EFFICIENT COMPUTATION OF DFT Computational complexity, FFT algorithm – the decimation-in-time and decimation-in-frequency, signal flow graph Butterfly computation, in-place computations, analysis of computational complexity UNIT VI : MULTIRATE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING Introduction to multirate digital signal processing, sampling rate conversion, filter structures, multistage decimator and interpolators, digital filter banks UNIT VII : APPLICATIONS: Dual-tone multi-frequency signal detection, spectral analysis using DFT, music sound processing, digital FM stereo generation etc. Feature extraction of signals and different methods (e.g. feature extraction of power qualities in electrical supply or distribution system, or EEG in BCI system, etc) TEXT BOOKS: 1. Digital Signal Processing : Proakis and Manolakis REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Digital Signal Processing, Mitra, PHI. 2. Discrete-time Signal Processing, Oppenheim and Schafer.

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MODULE I: Architecture: General 8-bit microprocessor and its architecture ,8085 functional block diagram ,architecture functions of different sections. Instruction Sets: Instruction format,addressing addressing modes , instruction set of 8085 CPU , instruction cycle , timing diagrams , different machine cycles , fetch and execute operations , estimation of execution time. Assembly Language Programming Assembly format of 8085 , assembly directions ,multiple precision arithmetic operations,binary to BCD and BCD to binary code conversion ,ALU programming using look up table , stack and subroutines. MODULE II: Intel 8086/8088 Microprocessor: Architecture, Clock Generator, Resetting the microprocessor, Wait State Inserting, Bus Buffering, Interrupts, and Assembly Language Programming and Addressing Modes. MODULE III: Interfacing Memory: Classification of Memory, Address decoding (using logic gates, decoders and PAL), Interfacing Static RAM Interfacing EPROM ,Designing Memory Modules (higher capacity say 512K) using memory chips.Interfacing I/O Devices.

MODULE IV: Interfacing and assembly language monitor program for Key Board (one dimensional, two dimensional) and Sevensegment display, Stepper Motor through 8255A, Data transfer between two microprocessor based systems through 8255. 8237 DMA controller and interfacing with 8086 µp. Programmable communication interface- Intel 8251 USART. Programmable Interrupt Controller- 8259A. MODULE V: Introduction to single chip microcontrollers: Intel MCS-51 family features, 8051/8031 architecture, pin configuration, I/O ports and Memory organization. Instruction set and basic assembly language programming. Interrupts, Timer/Counter and Serial Communication. MCS-51 applications: Square wave and pulse wave generation, LED, A/D Converter and D/A Converter interfacing to 8051. Introduction to PIC micro-controller. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Ramesh S Gaonkar, “Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and application with 8085”, 4th Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. 2. Ray & Bhurchandi – Advanced Microprocessors & Peripherals, Tata McGraw-Hill 3. Muhammed Ali Mazidi and Janice Gillispie Mazidi – The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded Systems, Pearson Education Inc.

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. 4. Barry B. Brey – The Intel Microprocessors, PHI/Pearson Ed. Asia Ajay V Deshmukh – Microcontrollers Theory and Applications, Tata McGraw-Hill Walter A. Tribel – The 8088 and 8086 Microprocessors, Pearson Education Douglas V. Hall – Microprocessors & Interfacing, Tata McGraw-Hill

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Pre-requisite- None Semester- 6 UNIT I : VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION

Historical perspective, advantages, block diagram and architecture of a virtual instrument, data-flow techniques, graphical programming in data flow, comparison with conventional programming. Development of Virtual Instrument using GUI, Real-time systems, Embedded Controller, OPC, HMI / SCADA software, Active X programming. UNIT II : VI PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES VIs and sub-VIs, loops and charts, arrays, clusters and graphs, case and sequence structures, formula nodes, local and global variables, string and file I/O, Instrument Drivers, Publishing measurement data in the web. UNIT III : DATA ACQUISITION BASICS Introduction to data acquisition on PC, Sampling fundamentals, Input/Output techniques and buses. ADC, DAC, Digital I/O, counters and timers, DMA, Software and hardware installation, Calibration, Resolution, Data acquisition interface requirements. UNIT IV : CHASSIS REQUIREMENTS Common Instrument Interfaces: Current loop, RS 232C/ RS 485, GPIB. Bus Interfaces: USB, PCMCIA, VXI, SCSI, PCI, PXI, Firewire. PXI system controllers, Ethernet control of PXI. Networking basics for office & Industrial applications, VISA and IVI. UNIT V :VI TOOL SETS Distributed I/O modules. Application of Virtual Instrumentation: Instrument Control, Development of process data base management system, Simulation of systems using VI, Development of Control system, Industrial

Communication, Image acquisition and processing, Motion control. (for proper understanding & practice in LabVIEW, laboratory class room may be used for teaching where necessary) Text Books: 1. Gary Johnson, “LabVIEW Graphical Programming”, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill, New York. 2. Lisa K. wells & Jeffrey Travis, “LabVIEW for everyone”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey. 3. Jane W. S. Liu, “Real-time Systems”, Pearson Education India. 4. Jean J. Labrosse, “Embedded Systems Building Blocks: Complete and Ready-to-use Modules in C”, 2nd Edition, CMP Books. Reference Books: 1. Kevin James, “PC Interfacing and Data Acquisition: Techniques for Measurement, Instrumentation and Control”, Newnes. 2. Jean J. Labrosse, “MicroC/OS-II. The Real-time Kernal”, CMP Books. Web Resources: 1. 2.

EI- 1314


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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Programs for 8/16 Bit Arithmetic Operations (Using 8085). 2. Programs for Sorting and Searching (Using 8085, 8086). 3. Programs for String Manipulation Operations (Using 8086). 4. Programs for Digital Clock and Stop Watch (Using 8086). 5. Interfacing ADC and DAC. 6. Parallel Communication between Two Microprocessor Kits using Mode 1 and Mode 2 of 8255. 7. Interfacing and Programming 8279, 8259, and 8253. 8. Serial Communication between Two Microprocessor Kits using 8251. 9. Interfacing and Programming of Stepper Motor and DC Motor Speed control. 10. Programming using Arithmetic, Logical and Bit Manipulation Instructions of 8051Microcontroller. 11. Programming and Verifying Timer, Interrupts and UART Operations in 8031 Microcontroller. 12. Communication between 8051 Microcontroller kit and PC. 13. Microcontroller experiments based on VI.

EI 1315

INSTRUMENTATION LAB Pre-requisite- EI-1301 & EI-1305 Semester- 6

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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. Instrumentation amplifier using Op-Amps-gain and CMRR 2. Active notch filter/Narrowband active filter (using Op-Amp) 3. Analog to digital converter circuit, 4. Digital to analog converter circuit 4. Frequency to voltage converter- Voltage to frequency converter 5. Astable and monostable multivibrators using IC 555 6. Voltage regulators: IC 723, 78XX, 79XX family 7. Design of PLL for given lock and capture ranges, frequency multiplication 8. Study of dead weight tester and calibration of pressure gauge 9. Measurements using Photocell/LDR 10. Temperature measurement using RTD

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Temperature measurement–using thermocouple–using diode Measurement of distance using ultrasonic method Measurement of PH and viscosity Measurement of level- Flow measurement Measurement of Discharge coefficient of orifice plate. Calibration of thermocouple and signal conditioning. Calibration of RTD and signal conditioning of RTD. Study of spectrum with UV-Visible Spectrophotometer and IR Spectrophotometer. Level transmitter. pH meter standardization and measurement of pH values of solutions.

EI 1316

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB Pre-requisite- None Semester- 6

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List of Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. To represent basic signals (unit step, unit impulse, ramp, exponential l, sine and cosine) Response of discrete-time systems for test inputs. a) addition, b) subtraction c) shifting d)multiplication, and e) convolution To develop program for discrete convolution To develop program for discrete correlation To understand stability test To understand sampling theorem To design Analog filters (low-pass, high – pass, band –pass, band -stop) To design digital IIR filters(low-pass, high-pass, band-pass, band-stop) To design FIR filters using windows technique To design a program to compare direct realization values of IIR digital filter To develop a program for computing parallel realization values of IIR digital filter To develop a program for computing cascade realization values of IIR digital filter To develop a program for computing inverse Z-transform of a rational transfer function Design of digital filters-Butterworth and Chebyshev Obtaining DTFT and DFT Assembly-level/High-level language program for the following operations on discrete-time signals Assembly-level/High-level language program for convolution using overlap add/overlap save method Assembly-level/High-level language program for FFT Computation Interfacing of on chip peripherals with a DSP kit FIR filter design using a DSP kit IIR Filter Design using a DSP kit. VHDL Code: Analyzing & Simulation of basic digital circuits: Adder, Flip-flops (2 expts.) Multiplexer, etc.(2 experiments) Simulation of State machine model, Binary to Excess-3 converter Synthesis: using FPGA/CPLD (Example: Xlinix, Altera, etc) (2 Experiments) To study operation of Tuned RF amplifier and plot the frequency response. To find the modulation index of an AM Wave. To find the demodulation of an AM Wave,and also find the modulating frequency. To study the frequency response of the intermediate frequency transforms (IFT).

EI 1401

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION Pre-requisite- None Semester- 7

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UNIT I Introduction, Instrumentation-Functional elements of an instrumentation system-Data acquisition systems-DAS; Sensors & transducers, emerging fields, types of sensors, their parameters.

UNIT II Microelectronic and micro electro-mechanical systems, Primary sensing principles and measurement variables, Sensor performance characteristics and terminology. Transducer measurement circuits, Signal conditioning circuits, Sensor data acquirement. Basic principles of the acquirement and transmission of the data; Fibre-optic sensors-types, working, applications. Bio-medical Instrumentation; Selection of Transducers and Electrodes, Transmission and reception aspects of BioMedical signals. UNIT III Non Destructive Testing-NDT tools-Ultrasonics-Pulse Echo method of Flaw detection-Eddy-current testingSignature analysis. Gas Chromatography. Nucleonic sensors & their applications. UNIT IV Intelligent Sensor Systems- Intelligent pressure, Flow, Level, Temperature Sensors, Intelligent sensor application in process control, Complex sensors, biometric sensors, Application of intelligent sensor in biomedical engineering; UNIT V Future scope of intelligent instruments- Structure, definitions and concepts, Smart sensors, Case study: the “electronic nose”, The future of intelligent sensor systems- Multimodal sensors for target recognition, subject tracking, and event understanding. Real World Interfacing – LCD, ADC, Sensors, Stepper motor, keyboard and DAC, USB interfacing, etc. TEXT BOOKS: 1. I. R. Sinclair, Sensors and Transducers, John Wiley & Sons. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. J. R. Brauer, Magnetic Actuators and Sensors, Wiley-IEEE Press. 2. D. Patranabis, Sensors and Transducers, PHI, New Delhi 3. Barney, G.C., Intelligent instruments, Hemel Hempsteao: Prentice Hall. 4. ALAN S. Morris, Principles of Measurement & Instrumentation. New Delhi, PHI Pvt. Ltd.

EI 1402

IC & VLSI DESIGN Pre-requisite- None Semester- 7

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UNIT I Introduction IC Technology, IC design flow, MOSFET characteristics, parameters and models. MOSFET as diode, capacitor, switch etc. UNIT II Single stage amplifiers - CS, CG, Source follower, Cascode stage, frequency response of circuits. Current Mirror, CMOS Differential pair. Negative feedback, Feedback amplifiers, Op-amp - Two-stage op-amp and frequency compensation. UNIT III NMOS Inverter, Various pull ups, CMOS Inverter analysis and design, transfer characteristics, noise margin. Logic Families - NMOS, PMOS, CMOS, Pass transistor, TGL, Domino CMOS and Dynamic CMOS logic. Sequential logic circuits. UNIT IVGate realization using CMOS, Introduction to Reconfigurable Hardware – HDL basics. VLSI Design Flow, Different levels of circuit abstraction, Introduction to ASIC and FPGA. TEXT BOOKS 1. P.E. Allen and D.R.Holberg; CMOS Analog Circuit Design; Oxford University Press, 2004. 2. R.J.Baker, H. W. Li, D. E. Boyce; CMOS Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation; PHI, 2002.


J. M. Rabaey, A. Chandrakasan and B. Nikolic, Digital Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective, Second Edition, Pearson/PH, 2003.

REFERENCE BOOKS 1. J. P. Uyemura, Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems, Wiley, 2001. 2. W.Wolf, Modern VLSI Design: Systems-on-Chip Design, Third Edition, Pearson/PH, 2002. 3. R. L. Geiger, P. E. Allen and N. R. Strader, VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits, McGraw-Hill, 1990. 4. P.R.Gray, P.J.Hurst, S.H.Lewis and R.G.Meye; Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, John Wiley & Sons, Fourth Edition, 2003.



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LIST OF EXPERIMENTS: 1. Automatic Level Control in a Tank. 2. Automatic Speed Control of DC Motor. 3. Automatic Flow Control in a Process. 4. Automatic Temperature Control in a Process. 5. Smart Traffic light Controller. 6. Robot Arm Control. 7. Design of an Alarm System for Fire Detection. 8. Dynamic simulation for On-Off Temperature Control & Ratio Control 9. Dynamic simulation for Effect of PI Controller on Flow Control Loop & Level Control Loop 10. Dynamic simulation for Split Range Pressure Control & Effect of PI Controller on Pressure Control Loop 11. Dynamic simulation for Direct and Cascade Control & Feedback and Feed forward Control 12. Three Element Boiler Control, Control Valve Characteristics & Inherent Characteristics Co-Efficient of Control Valve 13. Basic Instrumentation Troubleshooting System 14. Simulation of process industries: a) Refinery, b) basic process models, c) Fertilizer, d) Power & utilities

EI 1403

REAL TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Pre-requisite- None Semester- 8

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UNIT I: INTRODUCTION Definition, embedded system overview, classifications, Design challenges, processor technology, IC technology and Design Technology and trade-offs. Examples of embedded systems. Typical examples of RTS-characteristics features of real-time-structural, functional and performance requirements of reactive real-time system-distinctive features from non-real-time and off-line systems. UNIT II: SYSTEM DESIGN Definition, Classification and brief overview of microcontrollers, microprocessors and DSP‟s. Embedded Processor architecture definitions. Typical application scenarios of embedded systems. Tools: Simulator, incircuit debugger, in-circuit emulator, programmers, integrated development environment (IDE), cross compilers. Introduction and Architecture of PAL, PLA, CPLD, FPGA, ASIC, PSOC. UNIT III: TECHNIQUES FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS State machine and state tables in embedded design, simulation and emulation of embedded systems. High-level language description of S/W for embedded system, Java based embedded system design.

UNIT IV: MODELLING RTS Event based, Process based and graph based models, petrinet models-representation of time concurrency and distributed in discrete event systems-examples of modelling practical systems. Introduction to RTOS, RTOS Scheduling models, interrupt latency and response time - performance metrics. UNIT V: CASE STUDIES Study of embedded system configurations (involving A/D, D/A, memory and I/O) using MC68HC11, MC8051, ADSP2181 and PIC series of micro-controllers. Interfacing keyboard, displays, ADC, DAC, relay, optoisolator, Frequency counter, Stepper motor control. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Ball. S.R, Embedded microprocessor Systems: Real world Design, Prentice Hall, 1996 2. Herma. K., Real Time Systems: Design for distribution embedded applications, Kluwer Academic 1997. 3. Krishna C.M., Real Time systems , Mc-Graw-Hill Singapore,1998. 4. Rajkamal, Embedded Systems Architecture Programming and Design, McGraw Hill, Second Edition. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Levi S. and Agarwala A.K., Real- Time System Design , Mc-Graw-Hill, NewYork,1990. 2. Laplante P.A., Real- Time Systems Design and Analysis , EEE Press, NewYork, 1992 3. Stuart Bennett, Real-time Computer Control , Prentice Hall, London,1998. 4. Gassle J., Art of Programming Embedded systems, Academic Press 1992

ELECTIVES- I EI 1421 MEMS AND NANO TECHNOLOGY hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh L T P C Pre-requisite- None 3 0 0 6 UNIT I : INTRODUCTION Micro and nano-scale size domains,Scaling of physical laws, MEMS materials and processes; MEMS devices and applications, Nanostructures in semiconductors and metals, Introduction to quantum effects in nanostructures, Nanostructure applications. UNIT II : FABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES Semiconductor materials, Photolithography, Doping, thin film growth and deposition; metallisation; wet and dry etching; silicon micromachining; metal MEMS processes; nanofabrication methods – submicron optical lithography; electron beam lithography. UNIT III : MEMS SENSORS AND ACTUATORS Mechanics including elasticity, Beam bending theory, membranes/plates, microactuators based on various principles e.g. electrothermal, electrostatic, electromagnetic, piezoelectric and SMA; actuator applications e.g. inkjet, electrical and optical switching, physical sensors e.g. acceleration, strain, flow, chemical sensors. UNIT IV : MICROFLUIDICS Scaling laws for microfluidics, transport in micro-channels, microfluidic components e.g. filters, mixers/reactors, valves/controllers, pumps. UNIT V : GROWN NANOSTRUCTURES Si nanowires and nanocrystals, carbon nanotubes, nanostructures in III-V materials; metal nanostructures, devices using grown nanostructures. UNIT VI : NANOELECTRONIC SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES The nano-scale MOSFET, Short channel effects in a nano-MOSFET, „scaling‟ of MOSFETs; scaling of semiconductor memory (FLASH and Random Access memory), bio-sensors.

UNIT VII : QUANTUM DEVICES IN NANOSTRUCTURES Electron tunnelling; quantum confinement effects; single-electron effects; ballistic transport; optical properties of nanostructures; quantum dots; quantum point contacts; single-electron transistor; single-electron memory and logic. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Micro Electro Mechanical System Design, James J. Allen - CRC Press. 2. Nanotechnology by Richard Booker, Earl Boysen, Wiley Publishing Inc., 2006. 3. Introduction to Nanotechnology by Charles P. Poole Jr., Frank J. Owens, John Wiley & Sons Publications, 2003.

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. “MEMS and nanotechnology based sensors and devices for communications medical and Aerospace applications”, Jha A. R. - CRC Publications. 2. “MEMS Design and fabrication” Mohamed Gad-El-Hak – CRC Press. 3. “MEMS : A Practical Guide to Design, Analysis and Applications” Jan G Korvink, Oliver Paul – Springer-Verlag. 4. MEMS & MOEMS Technology and Applications- P. Rai Choudhury

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Introduction, Instrument characteristics-accuracy, precision, repeatability, reproducibility, constituent elements in instrumentation; precesion measurements, errors, calibration of instruments. UNIT II Standard cell, standard resistors, cylindrical cross capacitors; Transformer double bridge UNIT III Ultrasonics-principle-instrumentation; NDT tools, Magnetic particles, dye penetrants, pulse-echo method, signature analysis, US holography. UNIT IV Fibre-optic sensors-instrumentation; LASER- introduction, principle, types, sources, instrumentation; sensors for manufacturing-distance sensing UNIT V Digital instruments in precision measurements: Digital multimeter, DSO, MDO, Arbitrary function generators, Intelligent instrumentation-definition, basic elements, working-application-case studies; UNIT VI Smart sensor-introduction-primary sensors-excitation-amplification-filters-converters-compensation-nonlinearity approximation & regression-noise & interference-response time-cross sensitivity-information coding/processingdata communication-the automation. Books: 1. D. Patranabis, Sensors and Transducers, PHI, New Delhi 2. Barney, G.C., Intelligent instruments, Hemel Hempsteao: Prentice Hall. 3. ALAN S. Morris, Principles of Measurement s Instrumentation. New Delhi, PHI Pvt. Ltd.

EI 1423

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS L T P C Pre-requisite- None 3 0 0 6 UNIT I : ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AI – Intelligent agents – Perception – Natural language processing – Problem – Solving agents – Searching for solutions – Uniformed search strategies – Informed search strategies UNIT II : KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING

Adversarial search – Optimal and imperfect decisions – Alpha, Beta pruning – Logical agents – Propositional logic – First order logic – Syntax and semantics – Using first order logic – Inference in first order logic. UNIT III :UNCERTAIN KNOWLEDGE AND REASONING Uncertainty – Acting under uncertainty – Basic probability notation – Axioms of probability – Baye‟s rule – Probabilistic reasoning – Making simple decisions UNIT IV : PLANNING AND LEARNING Planning – Planning problem – Partial order planning – Planning and acting in non-deterministic domains – Learning decision trees – Knowledge in learning – Neural networks – Reinforcement learning – Passive and active UNIT V : EXPERT SYSTEMS Definition – Features of an expert system – Organization – Characteristics – Prospector – Knowledge representation in expert systems – Expert system tools – MYCIN – EMYCIN TEXT BOOKS 1. Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig, “Artificial Intelligence a Modern Approach”, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall of India. 2. Donald A.Waterman, “A Guide to Expert Systems”, Pearson Education. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. 4. George F. Luger, “Artificial Intelligence – Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving”, 4th Edition, Pearson Education. Elain Rich, Kevin Knight, “Artificial Intelligence”, 2nd Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill. Janakiraman, Sarukesi, K., “Foundations of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems”, Macmillan Series in Computer Science. Patterson, W., “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems”, Prentice Hall of India.

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UNIT – I INTRODUCTION Robotics – Basic components – Classification – Performance characteristics – Actuators- Electric actuator-DC motor horse power calculation, magnetostrictive hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. Sensors and vision systems: Different types of robot transducers and sensors – Tactile sensors – Proximity and range sensors –ultrasonic sensor-touch sensors-slip sensors-sensor calibration- vision systems – Image processing and analysis – image data reduction – segmentation feature extraction – Object recognition. UNIT – II : ROBOT CONTROL Control of robot manipulators- state equations-constant solutions-linear feedback systems-single axis PID controlPD gravity control- computed torque control- variable structure control- Impedance control. UNIT – III :END EFFECTORS End effectors and tools– types – Mechanical grippers – Vacuum cups – Magnetic grippers – Robot end effectors interface, work space analysis work envelope-workspace fixtures-pick and place operation-continuous path motion-interpolated motion-straight line motion. UNIT – IV: ROBOT MOTION ANALYSIS Robot motion analysis and control: Manipulator kinematics –forward and inverse kinematics- arm equation-link

coordinates-Homogeneous transformations and rotations and Robot dynamics . UNIT – V : ROBOT APPLICATIONS/AUTOMATION Industrial and Non industrial robots, Robots for welding, painting and assembly – Remote Controlled robots – Robots for nuclear, thermal and chemical plants – Industrial automation – Typical examples of automated industries. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mikel P. Grover,et. Al. “Industrial Robots – Technology Programming and Applications”, McGraw Hill. 2. Robert J.Schilling, Fundamentals of Robotics-Analysis and Control, PHI. ( Unit-II and Unit-III) REFERENCE: 1. K.S.Fu,R.C.Gonzalez, CSG. Lee, Robotics,control sensing vision and Intelligence, Tata McGraw-Hill.

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UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Evolution of mobile radio communications, examples of wireless comm. systems, paging systems, Cordless telephone systems, comparison of various wireless systems. UNIT II : MODERN WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Second generation cellular networks, third generation wireless networks, wireless in local loop, wireless local area networks, Blue tooth and Personal Area networks. UNIT III : INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR MOBILE SYSTEMS: Spectrum Allocation, basic Cellular Systems, performance Criteria, Operation of cellular systems, analog cellular systems, digital Cellular Systems. UNIT IV : CELLULAR SYSTEM DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS Frequency Reuse, channel assignment strategies, handoff Strategies, Interference and system capacity, tracking and grade off service, improving coverage and capacity UNIT V : MULTIPLE ACCESS TECHNIQUES FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION Introduction to Multiple Access, FDMA, TDMA, Spread Spectrum multiple Access, space division multiple access, packet ratio, capacity of a cellular systems. UNIT VI : WIRELESS NETWORKING Difference between wireless and fixed telephone networks, development of wireless networks, fixed network transmission hierarchy, traffic routing in wireless networks, wireless data services, common channel signaling, ISDN (Integrated Services digital Networks), advanced intelligent networks. UNIT VII : INTELLIGENT CELL CONCEPT AND APPLICATION Intelligent cell concept, applications of intelligent micro-cell Systems, in-Building Communication, CDMA cellular Radio Networks. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Wireless Communications: Theodore S. Rappaport; Pearsons. 2. Mobile Cellular Telecommunication: W.C.Y.Lee; McGraw Hill. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Mobile Communications: Jochen Schiller; Pearson.

EI 1426

OPERATING SYSTEM S Pre-requisite- None

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UNIT I: COMPUTER SYSTEM AND OPERATING SYSTEM OVERVIEW Overview of computer operating systems operating systems functions protection and security distributed systems special purpose systems operating systems structures and systems calls operating systems generation UNIT II : PROCESS MANAGEMENT Process concepts threads, scheduling-criteria algorithms, their evaluation, Thread scheduling, case studies UNIX, Linux, Windows UNIT III: CONCURRENCY Process synchronization, the critical- section problem, Peterson‟s Solution, synchronization Hardware, semaphores, classic problems of synchronization, monitors, Synchronization examples, atomic transactions. Case studies UNIX, Linux, Windows UNIT IV: MEMORY MANAGEMENT AND PRINCIPLES OF DEADLOCK Swapping, contiguous memory allocation, paging, structure of the page table , segmentation, virtual memory, demand paging, page-Replacement, algorithms, case studies UNIX, Linux, Windows System model and deadlock characterization, deadlock prevention, detection and avoidance, recovery form deadlock, I/O systems, Hardware, application interface, kernel I/O subsystem, Transforming I/O requests Hardware operation, STREAMS, performance. UNIT V: FILE SYSTEM INTERFACE AND FILE SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION The concept of a file, Access Methods, Directory structure, File system mounting, file sharing, protection. File system structure, file system implementation, directory implementation, directory implementation, allocation methods, free-space management, efficiency and performance, case studies. UNIX, Linux, Windows UNIT VI: MASS-STORAGE STRUCTURE Overview of Mass-storage structure, Disk structure, disk attachment disk scheduling, swap-space management, RAID structure, stable-storage implementation, Tertiary storage structure. UNIT VII: PROTECTION AND SECURITY Protection, Goals of Protection, Principles of Protection, Domain of protection Access Matrix, Implementation of Access Matrix, Access control, Revocation of Access Rights, Capability- Based systems, Language – Based Protection, The Security problem, program threats, system and network threats cryptography as a security tool, user authentication, implementing security defenses, firewalling to protect systems and networks, computer – security classifications, case studies UNIX, Linux, Windows. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Abraham Silberchatz, Peter B. Galvin Operating System Concepts-, Greg Gagne 7thEdition,John Wiley. 2. D. M.Dhamdhere , Operating systems- A Concept based Approach, 2nd Edition, TMH REFERENCES : 1. Stallings, „Operating Systems‟ – Internal and Design Principles, Fifth Edition–2005, Pearson education/PHI 2. Crowley, Operating System A Design Approach, TMH. 3. Andrew S Tanenbaum, Modern Operating Systems, 2nd edition Pearson/PHI.


UNIT I Introduction-intelligent & knowledge based systems. UNIT II Problem solving: state space representation, problem reduction, constraint satisfication networks. Heuristics. Knowledge Representation Predicate calculus, resolution-refutation, Prolog. UNIT III Rule based systems: forward and backward chaining. Handling of uncertainty: probabilistic techniques, fuzzy logic. Reasoning with incomplete information: non-monotonic reasoning. UNIT IV Elements of temporal logic. Diagnostic reasoning. Structured Knowledge Representation Schemes: Semantic networks, Frames, Inheritance and default reasoning. UNIT V Expert Systems: Architecture of the expert systems. Expert system shells. Knowledge acquisition. Consistency of the knowledge base. Case studies. Distributed AI and agent based systems. Reference books: 1. Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic, G. J. Klir PHI. 2. Fuzzy Set theory and its Application, H. J. Zimmerman Kluwer Academic Publisher.

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UNIT I: SOLAR ENERGY Principles and scope, solar radiation, Energy collection and devices.Principle of Wind Energy Conversion.Tidal and geothermal Energy. UNIT II : BIO-ENERGY Biomass and its uses, Classification of biomass, Biomass as a source of energy, Characteristics of biomass, Biomass conversion processes, Buiqueting of biomass, Gasification and combustion of biomass, Gasifiers. UNIT III : BIOMETHANATION Basics of anaerobic processes, advantages, Biogas as a rural energy source, Environmental significance, Biogas production mechanism, Biogas plant and its components, Types of biogas plants, Design and construction features UNIT IV : HYDEL ENERGY Types of Hydro Power Plants, Hydro Power Estimates †“ Hydrological analysis, Flow & power duration curves, Effect of storage, load analysis &Pondage requirement, estimates of Primary and Secondary Power, Hydraulic Turbines : Types of turbines, their parts and working, Governing and controls of turbines UNIT V : GENERAL ENERGY PROBLEM Energy use patterns and scope for conservation,Energy audit: Energy monitoring, Energy accounting and analysis, Energy Audit, Energy Accounting & Analysis, Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning audit, Building system energy audit. UNIT VI : ENERGY MANAGEMENT, ENERGY MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM. Electrical Energy Conservation in building, heating and lighting. domestic gadgets, Energy efficient motors, Tariffs and power factor improvement in power system, Load curve analysis and load management.

UNIT VII : ENERGY AUDIT, ENERGY ACCOUNTING & ANALYSIS Thermodynamics of Energy Conservation. Basic principle. Irreversibility and second law efficiency analysis of systems. Primary energy sources, optimum use of prime-movers, energy efficient housekeeping, energy recovery in thermal systems, waste heat recovery techniques, thermal insulation. Thermal energy audit in heating, ventilation and air conditioning. Maintenance and Energy audit †“ friction, lubrication and tribo-logical innovations. Predictive and preventive maintenance. Books: 1. Hand book of Energy Audits by Albert Thuman, P.E.,C.E.M. 2. Energy management by Paula Callaghan PC BASED INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM S

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Pre-requisite- None 3 0 0 6 UNIT I Introduction, Necessity and functions of computers. Level of automation and economy of computer control. Centralized computer control Vs distributed computer control. UNIT II Computer architecture, Micro and mini-computer, functional models of I.O. system ,interfacing, Sampling UNIT III Multiplexing; A/D and D/A converters, interfacing with different types of transducers - Analog / Digital, Electrical and non electrical selection of sensors; Micro computer interfacing standard buses Serial buses; Serial data communication protocols. UNIT IV Study of automatic process control, Fundamental of automatic process control, building block of automatic system, direct and distributed digital control system. Programmable controllers. UNIT V Personal computer in real life environment, Introduction, personal computer: system and facility, PC bus and signals, interrupts, interfacing PC with outer world, PC in RTE, Real time application of IBM PC PC based distributed control system UNIT VI Programming and application, Modeling and simulation for plant automation, PLC Architecture and programming of PLC, industrial control application: cement plant, thermal power plant , water treatment plant, steel plant, Text Books : 1. Computer based industrial control: Krishan Kant, PHI. 2. PC-based Instrumentation: Concepts And Practice (Paperback), N. Mathivanan, PHI

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UNIT I: BASICS ABOUT POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES Key devices concepts and electrical characteristics, challenges in SMART Power Integration, Basic semiconductor structures of major and their comparison based on carrier concentration profiles. UNIT II: BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES PHYSICS Semiconductor material and conductivity, PN- Structure, crystal structure, Fermi level, intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor , carrier concentration , Hall effect generation, junction breakdown, tunneling current small signal ac analysis, SCR, blocking capability

UNIT III: FAST SWITCHING POWER DIODE (FRED DIODE) Reverse blocking capability, build up and remove Electron- Hole-Plasma during turn-on and turn-off intervals, dynamic performance of FRED diode, Limits of FRED-Diode and development trend UNIT IV: UNIPOLAR DEVICE CONCEPT (POWER MOSFET) Basics of MOS- Controlled device, power MOSFET cell structure, static and switching behavior, device parasites and impact on dynamic performance, super junction device, characteristics and difference to conventional technologies, new development in low voltage power MOSFET and challenges in application, device limits, avalanche behavior and future design criteria, driving and protection UNIT V: UNIPOLAR DEVICE CONCEPT BASED ON SiC MATERIAL SiC schottky diode and electrical performance, Device limits and benefit in application, SiC- JEFT and electrical behavior, future development trends, ultra fast switching challenges in Power Converter Systems UNIT VI: MOS- CONTROLLED BIPOLAR MODEL DEVICE(IGBT) Basics of carrier modulated devices, static and dynamic performance (electron-hole –plasma modulation), overload characteristics, short circuit capability and destruction modes, avalanche characteristics, di/dt, dv/dt limits and physical effect, driving and protection circuit for low and high power devices, impact of fast switching to circuit and device parasites, thermal management and loss calculation Text books: 1. M.H Rashid, Power Electronics, 2nd Edition, Prentice-Hall International Inc. References: 1. C.W. Lander, Power Electronics, 2nd edition, McGraw- Hill. 2. J. Kassakian, M. Schlecht, G. Verghese, Principles Of Power Electronics, Addison –Wesley Pub.

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UNIT I : INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION Electro physiology: Review of physiology and anatomy, resting potential, action potential, Nerst equation, bioelectric potentials, cardiovascular dynamics, electrode theory, bipolar and uni-polar electrodes, surface electrodes, physiological transducers. Systems approach to biological systems, Safety consideration in the use of electrical systems for in-vivo measurements. UNIT II :BIOELECTRIC POTENTIAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR MEASUREMENTS EMG - Evoked potential response, EEG. ECG phonocardiography, vector cardiograph, impedance cardiology, cardiac arrhythmia‟s, pace makers, defibrillators. Blood pressure measurements – manual / automatic systems, invasive and non invasive types, Sphygmomanometer, Blood flow measurements using ultrasonic and electromagnetic flowmeters, plethysmography. UNIT III : RESPIRATOR AND PULMONARY MEASUREMENTS AND REHABILITATION Physiology of respiratory system, respiratory rate measurement, artificial respirator, oximeter, hearing aids, functional neuromuscular simulation, physiotheraphy, diathermy, nerve stimulator, artificial kidney machine. UNIT IV : PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEMS Intensive cardiac care, bedside and central monitoring systems, patient monitoring through bio-telemetry, implanted transmitters, telemetering multiple information. Sources of electrical hazards and safety techniques. UNIT V : RECENT TRENDS Medical imaging, X-rays, laser applications, ultrasound scanner, echo cardiography, CT Scan MRI/NMR, cine angiogram, colour doppler systems, Holter monitoring, endoscopy, PET SCAN.

TEXT BOOK: 1. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell and Erich A. Pfeiffer, “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements”, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, New Delhi. 2. R. S. Kandpur, “Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Nandini K.Jog, “Electronics in Medicine and Biomedical Instrumentation”,4th Edition ,PHI. 2. Richard Aston, “Principles of Bio-medical Instrumentation and Measurement”, Merril Publishing Company, New York. 3. Geddes L. A. and Baker L. E., “Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation”, 3rd Edition, John Wiley, New York.

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UNIT I-INTRODUCTION: Intelligence, features characterizing intelligence, intelligent instrumentation system; features of intelligent instrumentation; components of intelligent instrumentation system. Block diagram of an intelligent instrumentation system. UNIT II-SIGNAL PROCESSING, MANIPULATION AND TRANSMISSION Signal amplification & attenuation (OP-AMP based); Instrumentation Amplifier (circuit diagram, high CMRR& other features); Signal Linearization (different types such as Diode resistor combination, OP-AMP based, etc.(; Bias Removal, Signal filtering (outputs from ideal filters, outputs form constant-k filters, matching of filter sections, active analog filters);OP-AMP based Voltage-to-current converter, Current-to-voltage conversions, Signal integration, Voltage follower (pre amplifier); voltage comparator, Phase –Locked loop, Signal addition, Signal multiplication, Signal Transmission (Signal amplification, Shielding , Current loop transmission, Voltage-tofrequency conversion, Fiber optic transmission). UNIT III-SMART SENSORS Primary sensors; Excitation; Compensation (Nonlinearity: look up table method, polygon interpolation, polynomial interpolation, cubic spline interpolation, Approximation & regression: Noise & interference; Response time: Drift; Cross-sensitivity); information coding/Processing; Data Communication; Standards for smart sensor interface UNIT IV-INTERFACING INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS Address decoding; Data transfer control; A/D converter; D/A converter; Sample & hold circuit; others interface considerations. UNIT V-RECENT TRENDS IN SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES Introduction; Film sensors (Thick film sensors, this film sensor) Semiconductor IC Technology- Standard methods; Micro electro- mechanical systems (Micro-machining, some application examples); Nono-Sensors. TEXT BOOK 1. Barney, G.C., Intelligent instruments, Hemel Hempsteao: Prentice Hall. 2. ALAN S. Morris, Principles of Measurement s Instrumentation. New Delhi, PHI Pvt. Ltd. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. D.Patranabis, Sensors s Transducers, New Delhi, PHI. 2. Roman Kuc, Introduction to Digital Signal Processing, New York: McGraw-Hill Pub. Co.

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Unit I Review of computers in process control: Data loggers, Data Acquisition Systems (DAS), Direct Digital Control (DDC). Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA), sampling considerations. Functional block diagram of computer control systems. alarms, interrupts. Characteristics of digital data, controller software, linearization. Digital controller modes: Error, proportional, derivative and composite controller modes. Unit II Programmable logic controller (PLC) basics: Definition, overview of PLC systems, input/output modules, power supplies, isolators. General PLC programming procedures, programming on-off inputs/ outputs. Auxiliary commands and functions: PLC Basic Functions: Register basics, timer functions, counter functions. Unit III PLC intermediate functions: Arithmetic functions, number comparison functions, Skip and MCR functions, data move systems. PLC Advanced intermediate functions: Utilizing digital bits, sequencer functions, matrix functions. PLC Advanced functions: Alternate programming languages, analog PLC operation, networking of PLC, PLC-PID functions, PLC installation, troubleshooting and maintenance, design of interlocks and alarms using PLC. Creating ladder diagrams from process control descriptions. Unit IV Interface and backplane bus standards for instrumentation systems. Field bus: Introduction, concept. HART protocol: Method of operation, structure, operating conditions and applications. Smart transmitters, examples, smart valves and smart actuators. Unit V Distributed control systems (DCS): Definition, Local Control (LCU) architecture, LCU languages, LCU - Process interfacing issues, communication facilities, configuration of DCS, displays, redundancy concept - case studies in DCS. TEXT BOOKS 1. John. W. Webb Ronald A Reis , Programmable Logic Controllers - Principles and Applications, Third edition, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey, 1995. 2. Lukcas M.P Distributed Control Systems, Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., New York, 1986. REFERENCES 1. 2. Deshpande P.B and Ash R.H, Elements of Process Control Applications, ISA Press, NewYork, 1995. Curtis D. Johnson, Process Control Instrumentation Technology, Fourth edition, PHI

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UNIT I: INTRODUCTION Mechatronics – Definition and key issues – Evolution – Elements – Mechatronics approach to modern engineering design. UNIT II : SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS Types – Displacement – Position – Proximity and velocity sensors – Signal processing – Data display. UNIT III: ACTUATION SYSTEMS Mechanical types – Applications – Electrical types – Applications – Pneumatic and hydraulic systems – Applications – Selection of actuators UNIT IV: CONTROL SYSTEMS Types of controllers – Programmable logic controllers – Applications – Ladder diagrams –Microprocessor applications in mechatronics – Programming interfacing – Computer applications.

UNIT V: RECENT ADVANCES Manufacturing mechatronics – Automobile mechatronics – Automobile mechatronics – Medical mechatronics – Office automation – Case studies TEXT BOOKS 1. Bulton, N., “Mechatronics Electronic Control system for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering”, Longman.

2. Dradly, D.A., Dawson, D, Burd, N.C. and Loader A.J., “Mechatronics: Electronics in Products and Processes”, Chapman and Hall. REFERENCES 1. 2. 3. HMT, “Mechatronics”, Tata McGraw-Hill. Galip Ulsoy A. and Devires W.R., “Microcomputer Applications in Manufacturing”, John wiley. James Harter, “Electromechanics: Principles, Concepts and Devices”, Prentice Hall.

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UNIT I : DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS AND TRANSFORMS Elements of visual perception – Image sampling and quantization Basic relationship between pixels – Basic geometric transformations-Introduction to Fourier Transform and DFT – Properties of 2D Fourier Transform – FFT – Separable Image Transforms -Walsh – Hadamard – Discrete Cosine Transform, Haar, Slant – Karhunen – Loeve transforms. UNIT II : IMAGE ENHANCEMENT TECHNIQUES Spatial Domain methods: Basic grey level transformation – Histogram equalization – Image subtraction – Image averaging –Spatial filtering: Smoothing, sharpening filters – Laplacian filters – Frequency domain filters : Smoothing – Sharpening filters – Homomorphic filtering. UNIT III : IMAGE RESTORATION Model of Image Degradation/restoration process – Noise models – Inverse filtering -Least mean square filtering – Constrained least mean square filtering – Blind image restoration – Pseudo inverse – Singular value decomposition. UNIT IV : IMAGE COMPRESSION Lossless compression: Variable length coding – LZW coding – Bit plane coding- predictive coding-DPCM, Lossy Compression: Transform coding – Wavelet coding – Basics of Image compression standards: JPEG, MPEG,Basics of Vector quantization. UNIT V : IMAGE SEGMENTATION AND REPRESENTATION Edge detection – Thresholding - Region Based segmentation – Boundary representation: chair codes- Polygonal approximation – Boundary segments – boundary descriptors: Simple descriptors-Fourier descriptors - Regional descriptors –Simple descriptors- Texture TEXT BOOKS: 1. Rafael C Gonzalez, Richard E Woods, Digital Image Processing - Pearson Education. REFERENCES: 1. William K Pratt, Digital Image Processing John Willey. 2. Image Processing Analysis and Machine Vision – MillmanSonka, Vaclav hlavac, Roger Boyle, Broos/colic, Thompson Learniy 3. A.K. Jain, PHI, New Delhi -Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing 4. ChandaDuttaMagundar – Digital Image Processing and Applications, Prentice Hall of India.

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Unit I Data acquisition basics: Introduction to data acquisition on PC, Sampling fundamentals, Input/Output techniques and buses. ADC, DAC, Digital I/O, counters and timers, DMA, Software and hardware installation, Calibration, Resolution, Data acquisition interface requirements. Unit II Interface: Introduction, Principles of interface, serial interface and its standards. Parallel interfaces and buses. Common Instrument Interfaces: Current loop, RS 232C/ RS485, GPIB. Bus Interfaces: USB, PCMCIA, VXI, SCSI, PCI, PXI, Firewire. PXI system controllers, Ethernet control of PXI. Networking basics for office & Industrial applications, VISA and IVI. Unit III Fieldbus: Use of fieldbuses in industrial plants, functions, international standards, performance, use of Ethernet networks, fieldbus advantages and disadvantages. Fieldbus design, installation, economics and documentation. Unit IV Instrumentation network design and upgrade: Instrumentation design goals, cost optimal and accurate sensor networks. Global system architectures, advantages and limitations of open networks, HART network and Foundation fieldbus network. Unit V PROFIBUS-PA: Basics, architecture, model, network design and system configuration. Designing PROFIBUS-PA and Foundation Fieldbus segments: general considerations, network design. TEXT BOOK 1. Noltingk B.E., “Instrumentation Reference Book”, 2nd Edition, Butterworth Heinemann, 1995. 2. B.G. Liptak, Process software and digital networks, 3rd Edition, CRC

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UNIT I Sensor for Fuel Level in Tank, Engine Cooling,Water Temperature Sensors Design, Engine Oil Pressure UNIT II Sensor Design, Speed Sensor, Vehicle Speed Sensor Design, Air Pressure Sensors, Engine Oil Temperature Sensor, Odometer and Taximeter Design . UNIT III Brake Actuation Warning System. Traficators, Flash System, Oil Pressure Warning System, Engine Overheat Warning System, Air Pressure Warning System, Speed Warning System. Door Lock Indicators, Gear Neutral Indicator, Horn Design, Permanent Magnet Horn, Air Horn, Music Horns. UNIT IV Basic driveline equations, Modeling of neutral gear, State-space formulation, Driveline speed control, Driveline control for gear shifting. UNIT V Vehicle modeling, wheel model, tyre characteristics, complete vehicle model, validation of the model, velocity estimation. UNIT VI Vehicle control system, Antilock Braking Systems (ABS), control cycles of ABS, road model, PID driver model, hybrid driver model, model of human information acquisition, complete driver model.

Text Books: 1. U.Kiencke, and L. Nielson, “Automotive Control Systems”, Springer Verlag Berlin, 2. Reference Books: 1. T.Kailath, “Linear Systems”, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersy 2. J.M.Maciejowski, “Multivariable Feedback Design”, Addison Wesley, Singapore 3. J.L.Meriam and L.G.Kraige, “Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics”, John Wiley and sons, 5th Edition, New York

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UNIT - I :BASIC INTERNET CONCEPTS History of Internet – RFCs, FYIs and STDs – Security – Protocols – Internet addressing – DNS and directory services. Applications of Internet in the field of Internet and Control – Distributed Measurements. UNIT -II :INTERNET APPLICATION Electronics Mail, Newsgroups, UUCP, FTP, Telnet, Finger . Data Acquisition using internet – online monitoring and control. UNIT –III : WORLD WIDE WEB Overview – Hypertext Mark-up language – Uniform resources locators – HTTP protocol – Common gateway interface – Multipurpose internet mail extensions – Web browsers such as Netscape, Internet Explorer. UNIT – IV :JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE History – Language features – Classes, object and methods – Sub classing dynamic binding – Packages – Exceptions – Multithreading – JVM and security – Over view of class library: I/O, AWT and NET – JDBC, Object serialisation – remote method invocation – Java script – Java vs C++. UNIT – V : MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS Intranets – Internet commerce – Internet and VRML – Active X. Case study : Internet based measurement, Telemonitoring and Tele control in Biomedical , instrumentation Applications. TEXT BOOKS 1. April Marine, Susan Kirkpatrick, Vivian Neou and Carol Ward, „Internet: Getting started‟, PTR Prentice Hall, 2. Ed Krol, „The whole Internet: User‟s guide and catalogue‟, O‟Reilly & Associates Inc.. 3. William E. Weinman, „The CGT book‟, New Riders. EI 1446 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES Pre-requisite- None L T P C 3 0 0 6

UNIT I : INTRODUCTION: Statement of Optimization problem, classification. Classical optimization techniques: Single variable Optimization, Multivariable optimization (with no constraints, equality constraint & inequality constraints). UNIT II :LINEAR PROGRAMMING Standard form of linear programming problem, definition and theorem, Solution of a system of Linear simultaneous equation, Simplex methods, simplex algorithm, Two phases of simplex method Duality in linear programming, sensitivity analysis, transportation problem. UNIT III : NON LINEAR PROGRAMMING One dimensional minimization: Unimodal function, elimination methods, Fibonacci method, Golden section method, quadratic interpolation method. Unconstrained Optimization : Direct search method – Hooke &

Jeeves pattern search method. Descent method – Fletcher-Reeves method. Constrained Optimization: Direct method – Cutting plane method, Indirect method – Penalty function method both interior and exterior method. UNIT IV: INTEGER PROGRAMMING Integer linear programming-graphical representation, cutting plane method. Nonlinear programming-Integer polynomial programming. UNIT V:NON TRADITIONAL OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM Genetic Algorithm – Working principle, Difference and similarities between GAs and traditional methods, GAs for constrained optimization. Reference Books: 1. Optimization Theory and Application, Rao, S.S. New Age 2. Optimization for Engineering Design, Deb, Kalyanmoy, PHI 3. Introduction to Optimum design Arora, Jasbir, S. McGraw Hill 4. Foundations of Optimization, Beighfler, C.S. PHI 5. Optimization methods in Operation Mital, K. V. New Age 6. Research and System Analysis Operation Research Phillip & Ravindran John Wiley & Sons

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Unit-I Introduction : Concept, Development, application and scope of Industrial Management. Productivity : Definition, measurement, productivity index, types of production system, Industrial Ownership. Unit-II Management Function : Principles of Management- Management Tools – time and motion study, work simplification- process charts and flow diagrams, Production Planning, Specification of Production requirements. Unit-III Inventory control : Inventory, cost, Deterministic models, Introduction to supply chain management. Unit-IV Quality control : Meaning, process control, SQC control charts, single, double and sequential sampling, Introduction to TQM. Unit-V Environmental Issues : Environmental Pollution – various management techniques to control Environmental pollution – Various control acts for Air, Water, Solid waste and Noise pollution. Books: 1. S.N.Chari, Production and operations management. 2. Basu & Majmundar, Industrial Management, Birla Pub., Newdelhi. 3. N.D.Vohra,Quantitative techniques in management,Tata Mcgraw Hill. 4. Riggs, Production systems analysis and control. 5. Basu, Sahoo & Dutta,Works organization and management. 6. Timothy J. Ross, Fuzzy logic with Engineering applications, Mcgraw Hill. Reference Books 1. Khanna O.P, Industrial Engineering 2. T.R. Banga, Industrial Engineering and Management 3. Sharma B.R, Environmental and Pollution Awareness.

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UNIT I :DATA COMMUNICATIONS Components – Direction of Data flow – networks – Components and Categories – types of Connections – Topologies –Protocols and Standards – ISO / OSI model – Transmission Media – Coaxial Cable – Fiber Optics – Line Coding – Modems – RS232 Interfacing sequences. UNIT II :DATA LINK LAYER Error – detection and correction – Parity – LRC – CRC – Hamming code – low Control and Error control - stop and wait – go back-N ARQ – selective repeat ARQ- sliding window – HDLC. - LAN - Ethernet IEEE 802.3 - IEEE 802.4 - IEEE 802.5 - IEEE 802.11 – FDDI - SONET – Bridges. UNIT III :NETWORK LAYER Internetworks – Packet Switching and Datagram approach – IP addressing methods – Subnetting – Routing – Distance Vector Routing – Link State Routing – Routers. UNIT IV :TRANSPORT LAYER Duties of transport layer – Multiplexing – Demultiplexing – Sockets – User Datagram Protocol (UDP) – Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) – Congestion Control – Quality of services (QOS) – Integrated Services. UNIT V :APPLICATION LAYER Domain Name Space (DNS) – SMTP – FTP – HTTP - WWW – Security – Cryptography. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Behrouz A. Forouzan, “Data communication and Networking”, Tata McGraw- Hill, 2004. 2. Andrew S. Tanenbaum, “Computer Networks”, PHI, Fourth Edition, 2003. REFERENCES: 1. James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross, “Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet”, Pearson Education, 2003. 2. Larry L.Peterson and Peter S. Davie, “Computer Networks”, Harcourt Asia Pvt. Ltd., Second Edition.

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UNIT I Discrete and continuous Random variables, Probability distribution and density functions. Gaussian and Rayleigh density functions, Correlation between random variables. UNIT II Stationary random process, Ergodicity, Power spectral density and autocorrelation function of random processes. Noise power spectral density analysis, Noise bandwidth, noise figure of systems. UNIT III Data Compression Techniques: Lossy and Lossless data reduction Algorithms. ECG data compression using Turning point, AZTEC, CORTES, Hoffman coding, vector quantisation, DCT and the K L transform. UNIT IV Cardiological Signal Processing: Pre-processing. QRS Detection Methods. Rhythm analysis. Arrhythmia detection Algorithms. Automated ECG Analysis. ECG Pattern Recognition. Heart rate variability analysis. UNIT V Adaptive Noise Canceling: Principles of Adaptive Noise Canceling. Adaptive Noise Canceling with the LMS adaptation Algorithm. Noise Canceling Method to Enhance ECG Monitoring. Fetal ECG Monitoring. UNIT VI Signal Averaging, polishing mean and trend removal, Prony‟s method. Linear prediction. Yule walker equations.

UNIT VII Neurological Signal Processing: Modeling of EEG Signals. Detection of spikes and spindles Detection of Alpha, Beta and Gamma Waves. Auto Regressive(A.R.) modeling of seizure EEG. Sleep Stage analysis. Inverse Filtering. Least squares and polynomial modeling. UNIT VIII Original Prony‟s Method, Prony‟s Method based on the Least Squares Estimate, Analysis of Evoked Potentials and PCG.Case study: Brain computer interfacing, data acquision, preprocessing, feature extraction, Application of BCI. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Rangaraj M. Rangayyan “ Biomedical Signal Analysis”. IEEE Press, 2001. 2. D.C.Reddy, Biomedical Signal Processing- principles and techniques, Tata McGraw-Hill. 3. Biomedical Digital Signal Processing, Willis J.Tompkins, PHI, REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Weitkunat R, Digital Bio signal Processing, Elsevier. 2. Akay M , Biomedical Signal Processing, Academic: Press. 3. Cohen.A, Biomedical Signal Processing -Vol. I Time & Frequency Analysis, CRC Press.

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UNIT I: INTRODUCTION Piping and instrumentation diagram of a thermal power plant, basic process on a boiler, Fuel measurement-review of pressure and temperature measurement steam and water flow measurement – instrument applications in power stations: review of indicating and recording instrument applications in power stations: review of indicating and recording instruments, water level gauge for boiler drums, closed circuit television instrument, gas analysis meters, smoke instruments, dust monitor-measurement of impurities in feed water and steam generator coolant controls and instruments-instrument maintenance aspects. UNIT 2: BOILER CONTROL-I Boiler control objectives-combustion of fuels (gaseous, liquid and solid), excess air, combustion chemistry and products of combustion, requirement for excess combustion, air-circulation of efficiency of boiler: input/output method-stream temperature control systems super heaters and de-super heaters. UNIT 3: BOILER CONTROL-II Feed water supply and boiler water circulation system-drum level control systems-boiler draft systemsmeasurement and control of furnace draft-measurement and control of combustion-draft and air flow control related functions. UNIT 4:FLUE GAS ANALYSIS TRIMMING OF COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEMS Combustion control for liquid and gaseous fuel boilers coal or solid fuel strokes-combustion control for stoker-fired boilers- pulverised coal-fired boilers. Turbine monitoring and control: speed, vibration, shell temperature monitoring. UNIT 5: NUCLEAR POWER PLANT INSTRUMENTATION Piping and instrumentation diagram of different types of nuclear power plants-radiation detection instrumentsprocess sensors for nuclear power plants-spectrum analyzers-nuclear reactor control systems and allied instrumentation. TEXT BOOKS: 1. B.G.Liptak, Instrumentation in process industries, Vol. I and II, Chilton books co, 1973. 2. Sam G. Dukelow. The control of boilers, Instrument Society of America press.

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. A.Sherryet. Al. (Editors), Modern power station practice, Vol.6 (Instrumentation controls and testing), Pergamon Press, 1971.

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UNIT I Introduction To Cellular Mobile Systems: Basic cellular mobile systems, performance criteria, operation of cellular systems, Planning a cellular system, analog and digital cellular systems. Elements of cellular Radio system design: Concept of frequency reuse of channels, co-channel interference reduction factor, hand-off mechanism, cell splitting, consideration of the components of the cellular systems. Co-channel interference Reduction: Co-channel interference, Exploring co-channel interference area in a system, Real time measurement at mobile radio transceivers, Power control, designing a system to serve a predefined area that experiences co-channel interference, near-end-far-end interference, effect of near-end mobile units, cross-talk a unique characteristic of voice channels, interference between system UNIT II Frequency Management And Channel Assignment : Frequency management, Frequency spectrum utilization, Setup channels, Definition of channel assignment, fixed channel assignment, non-fixed channel assignment algorithms, Perception of call blocking from subscribers. Hand-offs and Dropped calls:Initiation of hand off, delaying an hand off, forced hand off, queuing of hand off, power difference hand off. Mobile Assisted hand off (MAHO) and soft hand off. Cell site hand off only, intersystem hand off. Introduction to dropped call rate. UNIT III Introduction To Digital Systems: ARQ techniques, Digital speech, Digital mobile telephony, Practical multiple access schemes. Digital Cellular System : Global system for Mobile (GSM), North American TDMA, CDMA, Miscellaneous such as PDC, CT-2, DECT, CDPD, PCN and PCS. UNIT IV Intellient Cell Concept And Applications: Intelligent cell concept, applications of intelligent micro cell systems, inbuilding communication, CDMA cellular radio network Intelligent Network For Wireless Communications : Advanced intelligent network (AIN), SS7 Network and ISDN for AIN, AIN for mobile communications, An intelligent system-Future Public Land Mobile Telecommunication System (FPLMTS),wireless information superhighway. Text Books: 1. William C.Y.Lee, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications. 2. Analog and Digital Systems, McGraw-Hill Electronic Engineering Series. Reference Books: 1. William C.Y.Lee, Mobile communication Engineering, McGraw Hill. 2. Mike Gallagher, Randy Snyder, Mobile Telecoms Networking with IS-41, McGraw Hill.

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UNIT I : LINEAR VERSUS NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Nonlinear phenomena, multiple equilibria, limit cycles, complex dynamics, manifolds as state space, linearization, methods for nonlinear systems, some classical examples.

UNIT II : PLANAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS Phase plane techniques, limit cycles, Poincar_e-Bendixson theorem, multiple equilibria, index theory, bifurcations(fold, pitch, fork, Hopf, saddle connection) UNIT III : MATHEMATICAL PRELIMINARIES Ordinary di_erential equations, control systems, solutions of initial value problems, existence and uniqueness of solutions, continuous dependence on initial conditions and parameters, differential equations with discontinuities, introduction to differential topology. UNIT IV :LYAPUNOV STABILITY Definitions of (in)stability, basic (in)stability theorems, converse Lyapunov theorems, LaSalle Invariance Principle, exponential stability theorems, linear systems, feedback stabilization UNIT V : FEEDBACK LINEARIZATION SISO systems, input-output linearization, full state linearization, zero dynamics, applications to inversion, tracking and stabilization, MIMO systems, linearization by state feedback, full state linearization, dynamic extension, sliding mode, robust linearization. UNIT VI : INPUT-OUTPUT STABILITY Definitions of input-output stability, small gain theorems, passivity, passivity theorems, describing functions, harmonic balance, connections with state space stability. UNIT VII : GEOMETRIC NONLINEAR CONTROL Basics of differential geometry, tangent spaces, distributions and co-distributions, Frobenius theorem, controllability concepts, drift less control systems, Chow's theorem, observability concepts, local decompositions, controlled invariant distributions and disturbance decoupling. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. H. K. Khalil, “Nonlinear Systems”, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cli_s, NJ, third edition. S. S. Sastry. Nonlinear Systems: Analysis, Stability and Control. Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics. Springer Verlag, New York.

REFERENCES: 1. H. Nijmeijer and A. J. van der Schaft, “Nonlinear Dynamical Control Systems”, Springer Verlag, NewYork. 2. A. Isidori. Nonlinear Control Systems. Springer Verlag, New York. 3. E. D. Sontag. Mathematical Control Theory: Deterministic Finite Dimensional Systems, volume 6 of TAM.SpringerVerlag, New York.

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UNIT I INTRODUCTION History, Definition, Critical Characteristics of Information, NSTISSC Security Model, Components of an Information System, Securing the Components, Balancing Security and Access, The SDLC, The Security SDLC UNIT II SECURITY INVESTIGATION Need for Security, Business Needs, Threats, Attacks, Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues UNIT III SECURITY ANALYSIS Risk Management: Identifying and Assessing Risk, Assessing and Controlling Risk UNIT IV LOGICAL DESIGN Blueprint for Security, Information Security Policy, Standards and Practices, ISO 17799/BS 7799, NIST Models,

VISA International Security Model, Design of Security Architecture, Planning for Continuity

UNIT V PHYSICAL DESIGN Security Technology, IDS, Scanning and Analysis Tools, Cryptography, Access Control Devices, Physical, Security, Security and Personnel. TEXT BOOKS 1. Michael E Whitman and Herbert J Mattord, “Principles of Information Security”, Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi. REFERENCES 1. Micki Krause, Harold F. Tipton, “ Handbook of Information Security Management”, Vol 1-3 CRC Press LLC 2. Stuart Mc Clure, Joel Scrambray, George Kurtz, “Hacking Exposed”, Tata McGraw-Hill. 3. Matt Bishop, “ Computer Security Art and Science”, Pearson/PHI.

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UNIT I Introduction to IC Technology – MOS, PMOS, NMOS, CMOS & BiCMOS technologies Logic Families - NMOS, PMOS, CMOS, Pass transistor, TGL, Domino CMOS and Dynamic CMOS logics, stick diagram and Device layout, Design rules, UNIT II NMOS - PMOS - CMOS devices characteristics - linear, saturation regions,NMOS Inverter, Various pull ups, CMOS Inverter analysis and design, transfer characteristics, noise margin UNIT III Gate realization using CMOS-Introduction to Reconfigurable Hardware – HDL basics. VLSI Design Flow, Different levels of circuit abstraction, ASIC and FPGAs, CAD tools. Application Specific Integrated CircuitsIntroduction – Types of ASIC – Design Flow of VLSI – Types of Simulation – Programmable ASIC , Floor planning – Placement – Partitioning – Routing of ICs. UNIT IV HDL basics - HDL levels of abstraction - Abstraction and timing - The HDL design flow - HDL design entities Concurrent signal assignments - Signal assignments with delays. Component declarations - Component instantiation, - Configuration specifications, Objects in HDL - Constants, variables and signals - types - Scalar types - Arrays – Records - Custom types and subtypes Concurrent statements - Sequential statements - Conditional & selective signal assignments - The generate statement - Signal and variable assignments - For loops while, do-while loops, CASE statements, Functions UNIT V HDL synthesis - Modeling hardware in Verilog - Verilog models for multiplexers, Encoders, Decoders, Parity Generators – combinational circuit implementation - compilation and simulation of Verilog code, modeling a sequential machine, Test bench development. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Introduction to VLSI Design: Fabricius 2. Modern VLSI Design - Wayne Wolf, Pearson Education, 3rd Edition, 1997 3. Neil Weste & Kamran Eshrangian, Principles of CMOS VLSI Design, Addison Wesley, 2nd edition 1998. REFERENCES: 1. Douglas Pucknell, Basic VLSI Design Systems and Circuits, Prentice Hall PTR 2000. 2. Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems - John .P. Uyemura, JohnWiley, 2003. 3. Digital Integrated Circuits - John M. Rabaey, PHI, EEE, 1997. 4. VHDL Primer by J. Bhasker, Prentice Hall. 2006

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UNIT: I Classification of instruments transducers: Input and output characteristics of various transducers, variable resistance transducer and its equivalent circuit, potentiometers, their construction and performance, variable inductance and variable capacitance transducers, their construction and performance, Piezoelectric transducer. UNIT II Design techniques for sensor signal conditioning: Sensor and signal conditioning for strain, force, pressure, flow and temperature measurement, Bridge configurations, Amplifying and linearising bridge outputs, Driving bridge circuits. Ratiometric techniques. UNIT III High impedance sensors: Photodiodes and high impedance charge output sensors, Signal conditioning of high impedance sensors UNIT IV Positioning, motion and temperature sensors :LVDT, Hall effect magnetic sensors, optical encoders Accelerometer, RTDs, thermistors, thermocouples, semiconductors temperature sensors and their signal conditioning UNIT V Micro-sensors and smart sensors: Construction , characteristics, and applications. UNIT VI Hardware design techniques : Grounding in mixed signal systems, Power supply noise reduction and filtering, Shielding and isolation technique, Over-voltage and Electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection techniques. REFERNCES: 1. H.K.P Neubert “Instrument Transducers Oxford Herman University Press Eighth Impression 2008. 2. Ramon Pallas-Arenyand Johan G. Webster “Sensor And Signal Conditioning” John Wiley, 3. New York 1991. 4. Dan Sheingold-Editior “Transducer Interfacing Handbook”, Analog Devices Inc 1980 5. “High Speed Design Technique” Analog Device Inc 1996 6. Jacoba Fraden “Handbook Of Modern Sensors “2nd Edition ,Springer-Verlag.New York 1996 7. Jerald G.Graeme “Photodiode Amplifiers And Op-Amp Solution”, Mc Graw Hill 1995 8. Harry L. Trietly , “Transducers In Mechanical And Electronic Design”, Marcel Dekker Inc 1986 ELECTIVE –V EI 1461 OPTO ELECTRONICS AND FIBER OPTICS Pre-requisite- None LT P C 3 0 0 6

UNIT I : Optical Fiber:Introduction, optical fibre, basic principle of fibre-optics, Fiber Materials , Ray Propagation in Step-Index Fibers, Total internal reflection, Ray Propagation in Graded Index Fibers, Mode Theory, Monomode fibers, Attenuation in Optical Fibers – absorption, scattering and bending losses. Power Launching and Coupling:Source-to- Fiber Power Launching, Power-coupling calculation, Equilibrium Numerical Aperture, Lensing Schemes for coupling Improvement. UNIT II Fiber-Optic Sensors:Intensity Modulated Sensors, Phase Modulated Sensors, Fiber-optic Mach-Zehnder Interferometric sensor, Fiber-optic Gyroscope, Spectrally Modulated Sensors, Distributed Fiber Optic Sensors.

Optical Amplifiers: Semiconductor Optical amplifiers (SOA), Erbium Doped Fiber amplifiers. UNIT III Optical Sources: Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs), LED Structures, Light Source Materials, Quantum Efficiency and LED Power, Modulation of an LED. LASER diodes: Principle of Operation, Modes and Threshold Conditions, Optical output power and drive current, Quantum efficiency, Resonant frequencies, Radiation Pattern, Single Mode Lasers, Modulation of Laser diode. Laser based instrumentation. UNIT IV Optical Detectors: P-n junction Photo diodes, Power relationship , Responsivity Versus wavelength, Equivalent Circuit of a p-n Photo diode, Bandwidth, p-i-n photo diode and APD, Principle of operation, Sources of noise, Noise Equivalent Circuits , Signal to noise ratio for p-i-n and APD . Text Books: 1. Optical Fiber Communication by Gerd Keiser, McGraw Hill International Edition. 2. Fiber Optics and Opto electronics by R. P. Khare, Oxford University Press . Reference Book : 1. 2. Optical Fiber Communications Principles and Practice by John M. Senior, Pearson Education. Optoelectronics and Fiber Optics Communication by C.K.Sarkar and D.C Sarkar, New Age International.

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UNIT I INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTUAL MODELING Introduction to File and Database systems- Database system structure – Data Models – Introduction to Network and Hierarchical Models – ER model – Relational Model – Relational Algebra and Calculus. UNIT II RELATIONAL MODEL SQL-Data definition- Queries in SQL- Updates- Views – Integrity and Security – Relational Database design – Functional dependences and Normalization for Relational Databases (up to BCNF). UNIT III DATA STORAGE AND QUERY PROCESSING Record storage and Primary file organization- Secondary storage Devices- Operations on Files- Heap File-Sorted Files- Hashing Techniques – Index Structure for files –Different types of Indexes- B-Tree - B+Tree – Query Processing. UNIT IV TRANSACTION MANAGEMENT Transaction Processing – Introduction- Need for Concurrency control- Desirable properties of TransactionSchedule and Recoverability- Serializability and Schedules – Concurrency Control – Types of Locks- Two Phases locking- Deadlock- Time stamp based concurrency control – Recovery Techniques – Concepts-Immediate Update- Deferred Update - Shadow Paging. UNIT V CURRENT TRENDS Object Oriented Databases – Need for Complex Data types- OO data Model- Nested relations- Complex TypesInheritance Reference Types - Distributed databases- Homogenous and Heterogenous- Distributed data Storage – XML – Structure of XML- Data- XML Document- Schema- Querying and Transformation. – Data Mining and Data Warehousing. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Abraham Silberschatz, Henry F. Korth and S. Sudarshan, “Database System Concepts”, Fourth Edition, McGraw-Hill. REFERENCES 1. Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant B. Navathe, “Fundamental Database Systems”, Pearson Education. 2. Raghu Ramakrishnan, “Database Management System”, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.

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Hector Garcia–Molina, Jeffrey D.Ullman and Jennifer Widom- “Database System Implementation”- Pearson Education. Peter Rob and Corlos Coronel- “Database System, Design, Implementation and Management”, Thompson Learning Course Technology.

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UNIT I Data Warehousing – Concept of Data Warehouse, Differences between Operational Databases and Data Warehouse. UNIT II Multi-dimensional Data Model, Schemas for Multi-dimensional Databases, Data Cube Representations. UNIT III Data Warehouse Architecture, OLTP vs OLAP, Efficient Query Processing in data Warehouses, Indexing of OLAP data, Materialization concept. UNIT IV Data Mining – Association Rule Mining Techniques: Frequent Item set Generation, A priori, Horizontal Method, Sampling Approach, Hashing Approach, Dynamic Association Rule Mining; UNIT V Data Clustering: Partitioning, Hierarchical, Density-based, Grid Based and Model Based Methods; Classification & Prediction: Decision Tree Techniques, Bayesian Method;Mining of Complex Types of Data: Mining of Spatial Databases, Multimedia Databases, Text Databases, WWW Data. Books: 1. Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques – Jiawei H., Micheline K. (Elsevier). 2. Data Mining Techniques – Pujari A.K. (University Press).

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Pre-requisite- None 3 0 0 6 UNIT I : PETROLEUM PROCESSING Petroleum exploration – Recovery techniques – Oil – Gas separation - Processing wet gases – Refining of crude oil. UNIT II : OPERATIONS IN PETROLEUM INDUSTRY Thermal cracking – Catalytic cracking – Catalytic reforming – Polymerisation – Alkylation – Isomerization – Production of ethylene, acetylene and propylene from petroleum. UNIT III : CHEMICALS FROM PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Chemicals from petroleum – Methane derivatives – Acetylene derivatives – Ethylene derivatives – Propylene derivatives – Other products. UNIT IV : MEASUREMENTS IN PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY Parameters to be measured in refinery and petrochemical industry – Selection and maintenance of measuring instruments – Intrinsic safety of Instruments. UNIT V: CONTROL LOOPS IN PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY Process control in refinery and petrochemical industry – Control of distillation column – Control of catalytic crackers and pyrolysis unit – Automatic control of polyethylene production – Control of vinyl chloride and PVC production.

TEXT BOOKS 1. A.L. Waddams, „Chemicals from Petroleum‟, Butter and Janner Ltd., 1968. 2. J.G. Balchan. and K.I. Mumme, „Process Control Structures and Applications‟, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York, 1988. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Austin G.T. Shreeves, „Chemical Process Industries‟, McGraw Hill International Student edition, Singapore 2. B.G Liptak, „Instrumentation in Process Industries‟, Chilton Book Company.

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UNIT I:INTRODUCTION TO ENERGY SOURCES Renewable and non-renewable energy sources, energy consumption as a measure of Nation‟s development, strategy for meeting the future energy requirements, Global and National scenarios, Prospects of renewable energy sources UNIT II:SOLAR ENERGY Solar radiation - beam and diffuse radiation, solar constant, earth sun angles, attenuation and measurement of solar radiation, local solar time, derived solar angles, sunrise, sunset and day length. flat plate collectors, concentrating collectors, Solar air heaters-types, solar driers, storage of solar energy-thermal storage, solar pond , solar water heaters, solar distillation, solar still, solar cooker, solar heating & cooling of buildings, photo voltaics - solar cells & its applications. UNIT III:WIND ENERGY Principle of wind energy conversion, Basic components of wind energy conversion systems, wind mill components, various types and their constructional features, design considerations of horizontal and vertical axis wind machines, analysis of aerodynamic forces acting on wind mill blades and estimation of power output, wind data and site selection considerations. BOOKS: 1. G D Rai, “Solar Energy Utilization”, Khanna Publishers. 2. S.P Sukhatme, “Solar Energy -Principles of Thermal Collection and Storage”, Tata McGraw-Hill. 3. F Kreith, and J.F Kreider, “Principles of Solar Engineering”, Mc-Graw-Hill Book Co. 4. J. F. Manwell, J. G. McGowan, A. L. Rogers, “Wind Energy Explained”, John Weily & Sons Ltd, 5. S A Abbasi, “Renewable energy sources and their environmental impact”, Prentice hall of India.

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. A.Duffie and W.A.Beckmann, Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes-John Wiley . 2. F.Kreith and J.F.Kreider, Principles of Solar Engineering , McGraw-Hill. 3. T.N.Veziroglu, Alternative Energy Sources, Vol 5 and 6, McGraw-Hill. 4. E.J. Womack , “MHD power generation engineering aspects” , Chapman, Hall Publication.

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER – BASED CONTROL z – transform techniques, Signal processing in digital control, Principles of signal conversion, Transfer function models for discrete time systems, System response, Stability in the z – plane and the jury stability criterion, Sampling and data reconstruction process, Principles of discrimination.

DIGITAL CONTROL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS A/D converters, D/A converters, Shaft encoder, Z – domain description of closed loop systems, Systems with dead – time, Implementation of digital controllers. DIGITAL COMPENSATOR DESIGN USING FREQUENCY - RESPONSE AND ROOT – LOCUS PLOTS Z - plane synthesis, Digital controllers for deadbeat performance. STATE VARIABLE REPRESENTATION OF DISCRETE – TIME AND CONTINUOUS TIME SYSTEMS Solution of time invariant, time variant continuous time systems & discrete time system state equations, Concepts of controllability and observability, Equivalence between transfer function and state variable representations, Poleplacement using state variable feedback, Design of state observers, INTRODUCTION TO NONLINEAR FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEMS Describing function and phase – plane techniques, Liapunov‟s stability analysis, Optimal control theorem. Adaptive control systems. TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2. 3. Modern Control Systems Dorf and Bishop, PHI A text book of Control System, Ogata, PHI Digital Control System, B.C.Kuo, PHI


UNIT I Artificial intelligence systems– Neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms. Artificial neural networks: Biological neural networks, model of an artificial neuron, Activation functions, architectures, characteristicslearning methods, brief history of ANN research-Early ANN architectures (basics only)- McCulloch & Pitts model, Perceptron, ADALINE, MADALINE UNIT II Back-propagation networks: architecture, multilayer perceptron, backpropagation learning-input layer, hidden layer, output layer computations, calculation of error, training of ANN, BP algorithm, momentum and learning rate, Selection of various parameters in BP networks. Variations in standard BP algorithms- Adaptive learning rate BP, resilient BP, Levenberg-Marquardt, and conjugate gradient BP algorithms (basic principle only)- Applications of ANN

UNIT III Fuzzy Logic–Crisp & fuzzy sets – fuzzy relations – fuzzy conditional statements – fuzzy rules – fuzzy algorithm. Fuzzy logic controller – fuzzification interface – knowledge base – decision making logic – defuzzification interface – design of fuzzy logic controller –case studies. UNIT IV Genetic algorithms – basic concepts, encoding, fitness function, reproduction-Roulette wheel, Boltzmann, tournament, rank, and steady state selections, Elitism. Inheritance operators, Crossoverdifferent types, Mutation, Bit-wise operators, Generational cycle, Convergence of GA, Applications of GA – case studies. Introduction to genetic programming- basic concepts. Text Books 1. R. Rajasekaran and G. A. Vijayalakshmi Pai, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and Applications, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2003. 2. L. Fausett, Fundamentals of Neural Networks, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J, 1994.

Reference Books 1. D. E. Goldberg, Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization, and Machine Learning, Addison- Wesley, Reading, MA, 1989. 2. M. T. Hagan, H. B. Demuth, and M. H. Beale, Neural Network Design, PWS Publishing, Boston, MA, 1996. 3. T. Ross, Fuzzy Logic with Engineering Applications, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1995. 4. J. R. Koza, Genetic Programming: On the Programming of Computers by Natural Selection, MIT Press, Cambridge, 1992. 5. B. Yegnanarayana, Artificial Neural Networks. Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1999.

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UNIT - I BASICS OF SMART SENSORS & MICROMACHINING: Introduction, Mechanical-Electronic transitions in sensing, nature of sensors, overview of smart sensing and control systems, integration of micromachining and microelectronics, introduction to micromachining, bulk micromachining, wafer bonding, surface micromachining, other micromachining techniques. UNIT - II SENSOR INFORMATION TO MCU: Introduction, amplification and signal conditioning, separate versus integrated signal conditioning, digital conversion. UNIT - III MCUS AND DSPS TO INCREASE SENSOR IQ: Introduction, MCU control, MCUs for sensor interface, DSP control, Software, tools and support, sensor integration. UNIT - IV COMMUNICATIONS FOR SMART SENSORS : Introduction, definitions and background, sources and standards, automotive protocols, industrial networks, office & building automation, home automation, protocols in silicon, other aspects of network communications. UNIT - V CONTROL TECHNIQUES: Introduction, state machines, fuzzy logic, neural networks, combined fuzzy logic and neural networks, adaptive control, other control areas. UNIT - VI SENSOR COMMUNICATION & MEMS: Wireless zone sensing, surface acoustical wave devices, intelligent transportation system, RF-ID, Microoptics, microgrippers, microprobes, micromirrors, FEDs. UNIT - VII PACKAGING, TESTING AND RELIABILITY OF SMART SENSORS: Introduction, Semiconductor packaging applied to sensors, hybrid packaging, packaging for monolithic sensors, reliability implications, testing smart sensors. Unit Standards for Smart Sensors: Introduction, setting the standards for smart sensors and systems, IEEE 1451.1, IEEE 1451.2, IEEE P1451.3, IEEE 1451.4, extending the systems to network. UNIT - VIII IMPLICATIONS OF SMART SENSOR STANDARDS AND RECENT TRENDS: Introduction, sensor plugand-play, communicating sensor data via existing wiring, automated/remote sensing and web, process control over the internet, alternative standards, HVAC sensor chip, MCU with integrated pressure sensors, alternative views of smart sensing, smart loop. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Smart Sensors and Sensing Technology, Daniel E. Suarez,Nova Science Publishers REFERENCE: IEEE Smart Sensors (

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UNIT I : INTRODUCTION Introduction to concept of intelligent agents and different views of artificial intelligence and the nature of intelligence itself; early history of AI (e.g. Newell/Simon GPS, McCarthy's advice-taker); the Turing test and its influence on AI. UNIT II : PROBLEM-SOLVING AND SEARCH Expressing problem-solving as a search through solution space and how to match problem "structure" to appropriate search techniques. Different problem types and appropriate algorithms and their performance (worstcase time, space, optimality and completeness): Uninformed Search (BFS, DFS, ID), Informed Search (A*, admissible heuristics, IDA); Local search and optimization (hill-climbing, simulated annealing, genetic algorithms); Constraint Satisfaction Problems (backtracking vs conflict minimization methods. UNIT III : LOGICAL REASONING Expressing intelligence as the ability to query a knowledge base, by using logic and inference as the implementation; Two different logics types and algorithms for efficient inference: Propositional logic (syntax and rules, inference algorithms using resolution and CSP techniques, definite clauses and linear-time inference); Firstorder logic (comparison to propositional logic, inference algorithms e.g. forward-backward chaining and resolution with set-of-support); Discuss applications both within and outside AI (e.g. hardware verification, natural language interfaces, SOAR) and logic-based languages (e.g. prolog). UNIT IV : PLANNING AHEAD Automated Planning as combining concepts of search and logic; STRIPs planning language; Total-order planning and Partial-Order Planning and algorithms for generating such plans; planning using GraphPlan; Exposure to temporal logic and scheduling algorithms; Applications (e.g. Deep Space I autonomous control) UNIT V : EMBODIMENT Embodied intelligence or Autonomous robotics; Two approaches Shakeyvs Behavior-based Robotics; search and planning applied to Robotics; Multi-robot systems and coordination; Applications (roomba, robocup, darpa urban challenge) Text books: 1. Daniel Ashlock, Evolutionary Computation for Modeling and Optimization, 2005 2. Thomas Weise, Global Optimization Algorithms: Theory and Application, 2009 References: 1. Gusz Eiben and Jim Smith, “Introduction to Evolutionary Computing”, 2007 2. Andries Engelbrecht, Computational Intelligence: An Introduction, 2007 3. Kenneth DeJong, Evolutionary Computation A Unified Approach, 2006

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UNIT I : COLORIMETRY AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRY Special methods of analysis – Beer-Lambert law – Colorimeters – UV-Vis spectrophotometers –Single and double beam instruments – Sources and detectors – IR spectrophotometers – Types–Attenuated total reflectance flame photometers – Atomic absorption spectrophotometers – Sources and detectors – FTIR spectrophotometers – Flame emission photometers. UNIT II : CHROMATOGRAPHY Different techniques – Gas chromatography – Detectors – Liquid chromatographs – Applications –High-pressure liquid chromatographs – Applications.

UNIT III : INDUSTRIAL GAS ANALYZERS AND POLLUTION MONITORING INSTRUMENTS Types of gas analyzers – Oxygen, NO2 and H2S types, IR analyzers – Thermal conductivity analyzers – Analysis based on ionization of gases – Air pollution due to carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons – Nitrogen oxides – Sulphurdioxide estimation – Dust and smoke measurements. UNIT IV : pH METERS AND DISSOLVED COMPONENT ANALYZERS Principle of pH measurement – Glass electrodes – Hydrogen electrodes – Reference electrodes,selective ion electrodes and ammonia electrodes – Biosensors – Dissolved oxygen analyzer –Sodium analyzer – Silicon analyzer. UNIT V : RADIO CHEMICAL AND MAGNETIC RESONANCE TECHNIQUES Nuclear radiations – Detectors – GM counter – Proportional counter – Solid state detectors –Gamma cameras – Xray spectroscopy – Detectors – Diffractometers – Absorption meters –Detectors – NMR – Basic principles – NMR spectrometer – Applications – Mass spectrometers –Different types – Applications. TEXT BOOKS: 1. R.S. Khandpur, “Handbook of Analytical Instruments”, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. H.H. Willard, L.L. Merritt, J.A. Dean, and F.A. Settle,“Instrumental Methods of Analysis”,CBS Publishing and Distribution. REFERENCES 1. R. D. Braun, “Introduction to Instrumental Analysis”, McGraw Hill. 2. G.W. Ewing, “Instrumental Methods of Analysis”, McGraw Hill. 3. D.A. Skoog, and D.M. West, “Principles of Instrumental Analysis”, Saunders Publishing. 4. C.K. Mann, T.J. Vickers and W.H. Gullick, “Instrumental Analysis”, Harper and Row Publishers.

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UNIT I Control Systems and Automation Strategy: Evolution of instrumentation and control, Role of automation in industries, Benefits of automation, Introduction to automation tools PLC, DCS, SCADA, Hybrid DCS/PLC, Automation strategy evolution, Control system audit, performance criteria, Safety Systems. UNIT II Programmable logic controllers (PLC): Introduction, architecture, definition of discrete state process control, PLC Vs PC, PLC Vs DCS, relay diagram, ladder diagram, ladder diagram examples, relay sequencers, timers/counters, PLC design, Study of industrial PLC. UNIT III Advance Applications of PLC and SCADA: PLC programming methods as per IEC 61131, PLC applications for batch process using SFC, Analog Control using PLC, PLC interface to SCADA/DCS using communication links (RS232, RS485) and protocols (Modbus ASCII/RTU). UNIT IV Instrumentation Standard Protocols: HART Protocol introduction, frame structure, programming, implementation examples, Benefits, Advantages and Limitations. Foundation Fieldbus H1 introduction, structure, programming, FDS configuration, implementation examples, Benefits, Advantages and Limitations, Comparison with other fieldbus standards including Device net, Profibus, Controlnet, CAN, Industrial Ethernet etc. UNIT V Distributed Control Systems: DCS introduction, functions, advantages and limitations, DCS as an automation tool to support Enterprise Resources Planning, DCS Architecture of different makes,specifications, configuration and programming, functions including database management, reporting, alarm management, communication, third party interface, control, display etc.

Enhanced functions viz. Advance Process Control, Batch application, Historical Data Management, OPC support, Security and Access Control etc. UNIT VI Automation for following industries – Power, Water and Waste Water Treatment, Food and Beverages, Cement, Pharmaceuticals, Automobile and Building Automation Text Books: 1. Distributed Computer Control for Industrial Automation by Poppovik Bhatkar, Dekkar Publications 2. Programmable Logic Controllers: Principles and Applications by Webb and Reis PHI 3. Computer Aided Process Control, by S.K.Singh PHI Reference books: 1. Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers, by Garry Dunning Thomson Learning. 2. The Management of Control System: Justification and Technical Auditing N.E.Battikha ISA 3. Computer Based Process Control Krishna Kant PH

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UNIT I Introduction- Adhoc networks. Mobile Ad-Hoc networking with a View of 4G Wireless, Off-the-Shelf Enables of Ad Hoc, IEEE 802.11 in Ad Hoc Networks: UNIT II Protocols, Performance and Open Issues, Scatternet Formation in Bluetooth Networks , Antenna Beam forming and Power Control for Ad Hoc Networks, Topology Control in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, Broadcasting and Activity Scheduling in Ad Hoc Networks. UNIT III Location Discovery, Routing Approaches in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks, Energy-Efficient Communication in Ad Hoc Wireless, Ad Hoc Networks Security, Self-Organized and Cooperative Ad Hoc Networking.

UNIT IV Simulation and Modeling of Wireless, Mobile, and Ad Hoc Networks, Modeling Cross-Layering Interaction Using Inverse Optimization Algorithmic Challenges in Ad Hoc Networks UNIT V: Sensor Networks Introduction to sensor network, Unique constraints and challenges, Localization and Tracking, Networking Sensors, Infrastructure establishment, Sensor Tasking and Control, Sensor network databases, Sensor Network Platforms and tools, Industrial Applications and Research directions. Books: 1. Mobile Adhoc Networks – Aggelou , George (McGraw-Hill). 2. 3. 4. 5. Mobile Adhoc Networking – Stefano Basagni (Editor), Marco Conti (Editor), Silvia Giordano (Editor), Ivan Stojmenovi & Cacute (Editor) (Wiley-IEEE Press). The course mainly based on contemporary research on sensor network and ubiquitous computing. Papers from leading journals need to be consulted. Wireless Sensor Networks: An Information Processing Approach – Feng Zhao, Leonidas Guibas (Elsevier). Handbook of Sensor Networks: Algorithms and Architectures – Ivan Stojmenovi & Cacute (Wiley).

(The course mainly based on contemporary research on sensor network and ubiquitous computing. Papers from leading journals need to be consulted.)


UNIT I : Introduction to Optimization –statement of optimization problems, engineering applications-classical optimization techniques-single and multivariable objective function with and without constraints. UNIT II: Linear Programming: Graphical method, Simplex method, Revised simplex method, Duality in linear programming (LP), Sensitivity analysis, other algorithms for solving LP problems, transportation, assignment and other applications UNIT III Non-linear programming- one dimensional search, unconstrained optimization tech-gradient approach, steepest descent method, constrained problem- penalty function method, Lagrangian method. UNIT IV Dynamic programming- multistage decision process, principle of optimality, computational procedure in Dynamic programming. UNIT V Further topics in optimization- Queuing theory, Game theory optimal control theory, calculus of variation, multiobjective optimization, Introduction to genetic algorithm, Case Studies. Text Books: 1. Kanti Swarup, Gupta,P.K and Man Mohan, “Operation Research”, Sultan Chand, 11th Edition, 2003. 2. Rao,S.S., “Optimization: Theory and Applications”, Wiley Eastern. 3. David E. Goldberg, “Genetic Algorithms in Search, Optimization & Machine Learning “, Addison Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.

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UNIT I: KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION: The First Order Predicate Logic, Production Systems, Semantic Nets, Frames and Scripts Formalisms. Resolution in Predicate Logic, Unification, Strategies for Resolution by Refutation. Knowledge Acquisition and learning: Learning from examples and analogy, Rote learning, Neural Learning, Integrated Approach. Planning and Robotics: STRIPS, ABSTRIPS, NOAH and MOLGEN planners, preliminary ideas of distributed and real time planning, Subsumption architecture based planning.

UNIT II: EXPERT SYSTEMS: Fundamental blocks, case studies in various domains, concept of shells, connectionist expert systems. Introduction to Natural Language Understanding: problems of ambiguity, ellipsis and polysemy, lexicalization and parsing, Transition and Augmented Transition networks, Natural Language Interfaces. Introdution to Computer Vision: Edge detection, Point Correspondence and Stereopsis, Surface directions. Basics of Neural Networks: Perceptrons, Feedforward nets Backpropagation algorithm, preliminary understanding of unsupervised learning, Learning Decision Trees. Text/Reference books: 1.Introduction to Artificial Intelligence E. Charniak, Addison Wesley 2.Artificial Intelligence P. H. Winston Addison Wesley 3.Artificial Intelligence E. Rich and K. Knight Addison Wesley 4.Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks R. Honavar and E. Uhr Academic

Press 5.Building Expert Systems F. Hayes Roth Addison Wesley 6.The Handbook of Artificial Intelligence,Vol.1,2 and 3 6. J. Carbonell, Machine Learning paradigms and Methods, MIT Press,

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Pre-requisite- None UNIT I : INTRODUCTION:

Importance of user Interface – Definition, Importance of good design, Benefits of good design, A brief history of Screen design. UNIT II: THE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE: Popularity of graphics, The concept of direct manipulation, Graphical system, Characteristics, Web user – Interface popularity, characteristics- Principles of user interface. UNIT III: DESIGN PROCESS: Human interaction with computers, Importance of human characteristics human consideration, Human interaction speeds, Understanding business junctions. UNIT IV: SCREEN DESIGNING: Design goals – Screen planning and purpose, organizing screen elements, ordering of screen data and content – screen navigation and flow – Visually pleasing composition – amount of information – focus and emphasis – presentation information simply and meaningfully – information retrieval on web – statistical graphics – Technological consideration in interface design. UNIT V: WINDOWS: New and Navigation schemes selection of window, selection of devices based and screen based controls. Components: Text and messages, Icons and increases – Multimedia, colors, uses problems, choosing colors. Software tools: Specification methods, interface – Building Tools. Interaction Devices: Keyboard and function keys – pointing devices – speech recognition digitization and generation – image and video displays – drivers- BCI and its applications. Text Books: 1. The essential guide to user interface design Wilbert O Galitz Wiley DreamTech 2. Designing the user interface. 3rd Edition Ben Shneidermann Pearson Education, Asia Reference Books: 1. Human – Computer Interaction. Alan Dix, Janet Fincay, Gre Goryd, Abowd, Russell Bealg, Pearson Education. 2. Interaction Design Prece, Rogers, Sharps. Wiley Dreamtech. 3. User Interface Design, Soren Lauesen , Pearson Education. EI 1484 MICRO ELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (MEMS) Pre-requisite- Non L T P C 3 0 0 6

UNIT I: INTRODUCTION TO MEMS MEMS and Microsystems:- Miniaturization and Typical products – Micro Sensors, Micro actuation - MEMS with micro actuators - Microaccelorometers and Micro fluidics - MEMS materials - Microfabrication.

UNIT II: MECHANICS FOR MEMS DESIGN Elasticity, stress, strain and material properties, Bending of thin plates, Spring configurations,torsional deflection, Mechanical vibration, Resonance – Thermo mechanics – Actuators, force and response time, Fracture and thin film mechanics, material, Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), Chemical Mechanical Polishing (CMP). UNIT III: ELECTROSTATIC DESIGN Electrostatics:- basic theory, electro static instability, Surface tension, gap and finger pull up - Electro static actuators - Comb generators - Gap closers - Rotary motors - Inch worms - Electromagnetic actuators - Bistable actuators. UNIT IV: CIRCUIT MODELING OF MEMS Circuit modeling of MEMS:- Resonator equivalent circuit, Thermal Circuits and Fluidic Circuits –Signal Conditioning Circuits:- Op-Amp models and Circuits, transistor level-design – Electronic and Mechanical Noise:Electronic noise sources, Brownian motion noise, circuit noise calculation procedure, SNR and dynamic range. UNIT V: CASE STUDIES Microbridge gas sensors – Piezoelectric rate gyroscope – Capacitive Accelerometer – Piezoresistive Pressure Sensor – Thermal Sensors:- Radiation Sensors, Mechanical Sensors and Bio-Chemical Sensors. TEXT BOOK: 1. Santeria, S., “Microsystems Design”, Kluwer publishers. 2. Hsu, T.R., “MEMS and Micro systems Design and Manufacture” Tata McGraw- Hill, New Delhi. REFERENCES: 1. Maluf, N., “An Introduction to Micro Electro Mechanical System Design”, Artech House, 2000. 2. Gad-el-Hak, M., “The MEMS Handbook”, CRC press Baco Raton, 2000.. 3. Gardner, J.W., Vijay k. varadan, V.K. and Osama O.Awadelkarim, “Micro Sensors MEMS and Smart Devices”, John Wiley and son LTD, 2002. 4. Allen, J.J., “Micro Electro Mechanical System Design”, CRC Press published in 2005.



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Introduction and different architectures of neural networks- Artifical neuron – MLP- Backpropagation – Hopefield networks – Kohonen self organization maps – adaptive resonance theory. UNIT II: NEURAL NETWORKS FOR CONTROL Schemes of neuro – control – identification and control of dynamical systems – adaptive neuro controller – case study. UNIT III: FUZZY LOGIC Introduction- Fuzzy sets – fuzzy relations – fuzzy conditional statements – fuzzy rules – fuzzy algorithm. UNIT IV: FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL SYSTEM Fuzzy logic controller – fuzzification interface – knowledge base – decision making logic – defuzzification interface – design of fuzzy logic controller – case study UNIT V: NEURO – FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL Optimisation of membership function and rules base of fuzzy logic controller using neural networks – genetic algorithm – fuzzy neuron – adaptive fuzzy systems – case study. TEXT BOOKS 1. 2. Laurance Fausett, “Fundamentals of Neural Networks”, Prentice Hall, Englewood cliffs, N.J, 1992. H.J Zimmermann, “Fuzzy set theory and its applications”, Allied Publication Ltd.

REFERENCES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. L.H Tsoukalas, and E.Uhrig , “Robert, Fuzzy and Neural approach in Engineering”, John Wiley and Sons. M.Zurada Jacek, “ Introduction to artificial Neural Systems”, Jaico Publishing House, Mumbai. G.J Klir.and B.B Yuan, “Fuzzy sets and fuzzy logic”, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. D Driankov, H Hellendron, M Reinfrank., “An Introduction to Fuzzy control”, Narosa publishing House, New Delhi. W.T. Millon, R.S. Sutton and P.J. Webrose, “ Neural Networks for control”, MIT Press.

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UNIT I Physiological systems and Signals: Biology of the heart, circulatory and respiratory systems, auditory systems, physiology of nerve and muscle cells, fundamental organization of brain and spinal cord. Biosignals: Origin of bioelectric signals, electrocardiogram (ECG), phonocardiogram (PCG), encephalogram (EEG) and electromyogram (EMG), spectral characteristic of biosignals. UNIT II Physiological Transducers: Electrodes: silver-silver chloride electrodes, electrodes for ECG, EEG, EMG, Microelectrodes. Performance characteristics of transducers, classification of transducers based on Electrical principle involved: Resistive position transducer, resistive pressure transducer, inductive pressure transducer, capacitive pressure transducer; Self generating inductive transducer: linear variable differential transformer (LVDT), Piezoelectric Transducer. Transducers for body temp measurement, photoelectric transducers, pH measurement. Ion-exchange membrane electrodes, enzyme electrode, glucose sensors, immune-sensors. Basic principles of MOSFET biosensors & BIOMEMS. UNIT III Recording Systems: Preamplifier, Signal conditioning: Differential amplifier, current to voltage converter, instrumentation amplifier; biomedical filters: LPF, HPF, bandpass, band stop (Notch filter); 4-20ma transmitter, source of noise in low level measurement, Recording systems for ECG, PCG, EEG and EMG. UNIT IV Medical Imaging Systems: X-ray imaging, Computed tomography, ultrasonic imaging systems, Magnetic resonance imaging system, thermal imaging systems. UNIT V Therapeutic equipments: Cardiac pacemaker, cardiac defibrillators, haemodylysis machine, lithotisptors, ventilators, bionic ear. Patient monitoring systems: Intensive cardiac care, bedside and central monitoring systems, patient monitoring through bio-telemetry, implanted transmitters, telemetering multiple information. Sources of electrical hazards and safety techniques Text Books: 1. L. Cromwell, F. J. Weibell, E.A. Pfeeiffer. „Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement‟, Pearson Education, 2003 2. R.S. Khandpur, „Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation‟, TATA Mc-GRAW HILL Reference Book: 1. J. Enderle, S. Blanchard, J. Bronzino. „Introduction to Biomedical Engineering‟, Academic Press

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Introduction- Significance of piping- Industry oriented piping-P&I Diagram objectives. Industry Codes and Standards. Government regulations. Piping basics and fundamentals : Introduction to piping, Evolution of piping, Manufacturing methods, Piping materials and selection, Pipe dimensioning, Schedule numbers, Common piping abbreviations, Major organizations for standards, Commonly American code in piping ASME/ANSI, Common abbreviations. Piping components : Fittings - elbows, weld tee, stub in, couplings, reducers, weld cap, screwed and socket welded fittings, Pipe nipples, flanged fittings and use of fittings. Flange -Types, P-T ratings and facings. Gaskets, bolts and nuts. Valves - Types, operations, applicability, codes and specifications. Process plant equipments/ mechanical equipments : Horizontal vessels/accumulators, fractionation columns, pumps, heat exchangers, re-boiler, air cooled heat exchanger, cooling towers, heaters/boilers, storage tanks, fractional distillation process and vendor data drawings. Flow diagrams& instrumentation/ pipe routing concepts : Uses of flow diagrams, process flow diagrams, mechanical flow diagrams, utility flow diagrams, piping symbols, line symbols, valve symbols, piping isometrics, general arrangement drawings- sections/elevations/ detail drawings, plot plan procedures. Electrical Diagrams, Electronic diagrams, Logic diagrams. DCS diagrams, Construction diagrams. Format. Equipment. Instrumentation and Controls. Applications of P&I diagrams in HAZOPS and Risk analysis. Process & instrumentation diagrams (P&ID)/ process flow diagram (PFD) : Purpose of P&ID‟S, study of P&ID‟S, stages of development of P&ID‟S, process and instrumentation diagrams, process equipments, symbols usage according to industrial practices. Purpose of P&ID in process industrial/plants. ASME/ANSI codes and specifications : ASME/ANSI Codes & Specification, Specification classes, Piping abbreviations, General abbreviations. Equipment layout drawings : Plant Co-ordinate Systems, Site Plans, Unit Plot Plan, Equipment Location Drawing, Foundation Location Drawing. Standard piping details/ piping system : Pipe Rack Spacing, Drawing pipe in the rack, pipe insulation shoes, pipe guides, field supports, dummy supports, hanger rods, spring hangers, pick-up pipe supports, plant utilities, control valve manifolds, utility stations, sewer and underground piping system. [Laboratory: Students are required to practice & produce P&I diagrams using software packages in laboratory dddduring the period of the course.] References: 1. Industry Codes and Standards 2. American National Standards Institute (ANSI) - ANSI/FCI 70-2-2003 - Control Valve Seat Leakage 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) - ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Section VIII - Pressure Vessels The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society (ISA) ISA 5.1 - Instrumentation Symbols and Identification ISA 5.2 - Binary Logic Diagrams for Process Operations

ISA 5.3 - Graphic Symbols for Distributed Control/ Shared Display Instrumentation, Logic and Computer Systems 8. ISA 84.01 - Application of Safety Instrumented Systems for the Process Industries 9. Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) - TEMA Standards 10. Government Regulations

11. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) - OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards, Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals.

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UNIT I Introduction to Analog IC Design, Analog IC Design flow. MOSFET basics, Single stage MOS amplifiers – CS, CG, Source follower, frequency response. UNIT II Current mirrors, Biasing and references, Constant voltage and current references, Voltage regulator. UNIT III CMOS Differential pair, Two-stage CMOS Op-amp and compensation, Telescopic and Folded cascode Op-amp, Fully differential op-amp, Common-mode feedback, Noise and linearity analysis, Dynamic range. UNIT IV CMOS comparator, Basics of Switched capacitor circuits, Voltage controlled oscillator (VCO), Phase locked loop (PLL). TEXT BOOKS 1. P.E. Allen and D.R.Holberg; CMOS Analog Circuit Design; Oxford University Press, 2004. 2. R.J.Baker, H. W. Li, D. E. Boyce; CMOS Circuit Design, Layout, and Simulation; PHI, 2002. 3. P.R.Gray, P.J.Hurst, S.H.Lewis and R.G.Meye; Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits, John Wiley & Sons, Fourth Edition, 2003. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. R. L. Geiger, P. E. Allen and N. R. Strader, VLSI Design Techniques for Analog and Digital Circuits, McGrawHill, 1990. 2. D.A. Johns and K. Martin; Analog Integrated Circuit Design; John Wiley and Sons, 2004. 3. B. Raza; Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits; Tata McGraw-Hill, 2002 4. Microelectronics Circuits, 5th Edn., International Student Edn. Sedraand Smith,Oxford Univ. Press, New sssDelhi.

Course Structure for B Tech (4 Year, 8 Semester Course) Mechanical Engineering (to be applicable from 2012 entry batch onwards)
Course No CH-1101 /PH-1101 EE-1101 MA-1101 CE-1101 HS-1101 CH-1111 /PH-1111 ME-1111 Course Name Semester-1 Chemistry/Physics Basic Electrical Engineering Mathematics-I Engineering Graphics Communication Skills Chemistry/Physics laboratory Workshop Physical Training-I NCC/NSO/NSS L T P C Course No Course Name Semester-2 Basic Electronics Introduction to Computing Mathematics-II Engineering Mechanics Physics/Chemistry Computing Laboratory Electrical Science Laboratory Physics/Chemistry Laboratory Physical Training –II NCC/NSO/NSS Semester-4 Thermodynamics-II Fluid Mechanics-I Instrumentation and Measurement Mechanics of Solids Managerial Economics ME Lab-I Physical Training-III NCC/NCO/NSS L T P C

3 3 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 13

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2

0 0 0 3 0 2 3 2 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6

8 6 8 5 6 2 3 0 0 38 8 8 8 6 6 4 0 0 40 8 8 6 6 6 3 3 40

EC-1101 CS-1101 MA-1102 ME-1101 PH-1101/ CH-1101 CS-1111 EE-1111 PH-1111/ CH-1111

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MA 1201 ME 1201 ME 1202 ME 1203 ME 1204 ME 1205

Semester-3 Mathematics-III Thermodynamics – I Theory of Mechanisms and Machines Manufacturing Process-I Material Science Machine Drawing Physical Training-III NCC/NCO/NSS

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ME 1206 ME 1207 ME 1208 ME 1209 HS 1201 ME 1211

ME 1301 ME 1302 ME 1303 ME 1304 HS 1301 ME 1311 ME 1312

Semester-5 Dynamics and Control of machinery Fluid Mechanics-II Manufacturing Process-II Machine Design-I Business Management ME Lab-II ME Lab-III

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ME 1305 ME 1306 ME 1307 ME 1308 ME 1309 ME 1313 ME 1314

Semester-6 Automobile Engineering Turbo Machinery Advanced Manufacturing Process Machine Design-II Heat Transfer Workshop Practice ME Lab-IV

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Semester-7 ME 1401 ME 1402 ME14XX ME14XX XX14XX ME 1411 ME 1490 Industrial Engineering and Operation Research Power Plant Engg. Dept. Elective-I Dept. Elective-II Open Elective-I ME Lab-V Project-I 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 10 6 6 6 6 6 2 8 40 ME 1403 ME 14XX ME 14XX ME 14XX XX 14XX ME 1491

Semester-8 Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Dept. Elective-III Dept. Elective-IV Dept. Elective-V Open Elective-II Projects-II 3 3 3 3 3 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 6 6 6 6 6 10 40

NB: Industrial Training after Sixth Semester for a period of 4-6 weeks as an audit course


7th Semester Electives DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE – I Code Course ME 1421 Refrigeration ME 1422 Principles of Combustion ME 1423 Advanced Solid Mechanics ME 1424 Fundamentals of Industrial Design ME 1425 Production Management ME 1426 Numerical Control of Machine Tools ME 1427 Engineering Inspection and Quality Control

8th Semester Electives DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE - III Code Course ME 1441 Diagnostic Maintenance of Mechanical Equipments ME 1442 Mechanical Vibrations ME 1443 Compressor and Gas Turbines ME 1444 Convective Heat and Mass Transfer ME 1445 ME 1446 ME 1447 Production Processes Total Quality Management Experimental Stress Analysis

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE – II Code Course ME 1431 IC Engines ME 1432 Gas Dynamics ME 1433 Robotics and Robot Applications ME 1434 Holistic Approach to Engineering Design ME 1435 Metal Forming and Metal Cutting Technology ME 1436 Mechanics of Composite Materials ME 1437 Advanced Fluid Mechanics

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE - IV Code Course ME 1451 Computational Fluid dynamics ME 1452 Energy Engineering and Management ME 1453 Advanced Machining Processes ME 1454 Air Conditioning ME 1455 Design of Mechanical Systems ME 1456 Tribology ME 1457 Material Handling Systems

OPEN ELECTIVE – I (Offered by Mech. Engg. Deptt.) Code Course ME 1471 Finite Element Method ME 1472 Project Management ME 1473 Reliability Engineering ME 1474 Environmental Pollution and its Control ME 1475 Mechatronics

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVE - V Code Course ME 1461 Non-conventional Energy ME 1462 Viscous Fluid Flow ME 1463 Advanced Refrigeration Systems ME 1464 Metal Cutting and Cutting Tool design ME 1465 Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity ME 1466 ME 1467 Air Conditioning System Design Rapid Prototyping

OPEN ELECTIVE – II (Offered by Mech. Engg. Deptt.) Code Course ME 1481 Entrepreneurship Development ME 1482 Hydraulic Machines ME 1483 Solar Architecture ME 1484 Introduction to Optimum Design ME 1485 MEMS and Nano-Technology ME 1486 Foundation Skills in Integrated Product Development (FSIPD) ME 1487 Off-Highway Vehicle Engineering


WORKSHOP First Semester (All Branch) Pre-requisite - Nil

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General safety precautions in workshop and introduction. Carpentry Shop: Safety precaution, Kinds of wood and timber, Application of timber as per their classification, Carpentry hand tools and machines, Demonstration of wood working machine like, band saw, circular saw, thickness planner, wood working lathe, surface planners etc. Exercise : Different types of carpentry joint. Smithy Shop: Safety precaution, Different types of forging tools, Study of furnace, Operation in Smithy shop. Exercise: A simple job on Smithy. Welding Shop: Safety precaution in welding shop, Introduction to gas and arc welding, Soldering and brazing etc. Welding equipment and welding material. Exercise: A simple job on gas/arc welding. Fitting Shop: Safety precaution, Introduction to fitting shop tools, equipment, Operation and their uses, Marking and measuring practice. Exercise : A simple job using fitting tools and equipments. Machine Shop: Safety precautions, Demonstration and working principles of some of the general machines, like lathe, shaper, milling, drilling , grinding, slotting etc., General idea of cutting tools of the machines. Exercise : A simple job on lathe/ shaper. Texts/Reference: 1. S K Hajra Choudhury, S K Bose, A K Hajra Choudhury, Nirjhar Roy: Workshop Technology Vol I & II; Media Promoters & Publishers Pvt. Ltd. 2. B S Raghuwanshi: A Course in Workshop Technology Vol I & II: Dhanpat Rai & Co. 3. H S Bawa: Workshop Technology Vol I & II; TMH


ENGINEERING MECHANICS Second Semester (All Branch) Pre-requisite-PH 1101, MA 1101 PART – I : STATICS

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Statics of rigid bodies: Classification of force systems- principle of transmissibility of a force Composition and resolution- Resultant of a coplanar force systems and conditions of equilibrium, free body diagrams. Moment of a force, couple, properties of couple- Varignon’s theorem Beams: Types of loading, Support reactions of simply supported and overhanging beams under different types of loading. Concurrent and parallel forces in space, conditions of equilibrium. Friction Laws of friction-angle of friction- cone of friction- ladder friction- wedge friction. Properties of surfaces: centroid of simple and composite areas- Theorems of Pappus – Guldin. Moment of inertia of areas, Parallel and perpendicular axes theorems- Radius of Gyration, moment of inertia of simple and composite areas. Plane Truss: Statically determinate trusses; Analysis of a truss - method of joints, method of section. Virtual Work: Degree of freedom, Virtual displacement and virtual work; Principle of virtual work. PART–II : DYNAMICS Kinematics of Particles: Differential equations of kinematics – rectilinear and curvilinear motions; Cartesian coordinate system; Normal and tangent co-ordinate system, projectile motion. Kinetics of Particles: Equation of motion , D’Alemberts Principle, Work , energy and power, Principle of impulse and momentum. Impact: Direct and oblique impact. Rotation of Rigid Bodies: Moment of inertia of material bodies, Kinematics and Kinetics of rotation- equation of motion, Principle of work and energy; Principle of impulse and momentum. Plane motion of Rigid Bodies: Translation of a rigid body in a plane; Kinematics of plane motion; Instantaneous center of rotation; Kinetics of plane motion – equation of motion , principle of work and energy; Principle of impulse and momentum.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. K. L. Kumar: Engineering Mechanics: Tata McGraw Hill J.L.Meriam & L.G.Kraige: Engineering Mechanics -Statics & Dynamics: John Wiley&Sons,Inc F. P. Beer & E. R. Johnston: Vector Mechanics for Engineers- Statics & Dynamics: Tata McGraw Hill R.C. Hibbeler: Engineering Mechanics - Statics & Dynamics: Pearson Education Asia S. Timoshenko and D. H. Young: Engineering Mechanics: McGraw Hill Nelson: Engineering Mechanics:TMH.


THERMODYNAMICS-I Third Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite-PH 1101, CH 1101, MA 1101, MA 1102

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Concepts of Thermodynamics: Macroscopic and Microscopic concepts, System and its Classification. Thermodynamic State. Properties, Process and Cycles, Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Concept of Temperature, Temperature Scale, Energy Interactions (Work Transfer and its Different Modes, Heat Transfer). First Law of Thermodynamics: First Law applied to Non Flow as well as Flow Processes, Concepts of internal Energy, Enthalpy, Specific Heats, PMMI, Energy Equations for Flow Systems, Application of Energy Equations to different Engineering Components. Second Law of Thermodynamics: Need of the Second Law, Preliminary definitions, Different statements of the Second Law of Thermodynamics and their equivalence, Reversibility and Irreversibility, Causes of Irreversibility, Reversible Cycles, Carnot Theorem, Absolute Thermodynamic Temperature Scale, Third law of Thermodynamics. Entropy: Clausius Theorem and Inequality, Entropy Principle, Entropy and Disorder, Evaluation of Entropy change during various processes, T-S and H-S diagrams, Concept of Third Law of Thermodynamics. Properties of Substances: Gases-Equation of state of an Ideal Gas, Specific Heats, Internal Energy, Enthalpy and Entropy change of Ideal Gases. Equation of state of Real Gases, Principle of corresponding state, Compressibility Factor. Steam – Definition of Sensible Heat, Latent Heat, Saturation Temperature, Quality, Evaluation of Properties from Steam Table and Mollier Diagram. Concept of Exergy Analysis: Concept of exergy, Irreversibility, exergy balance, exergy transfer accompanying heat, exergy transfer accompanying work, flow exergy, exergy balance for control volume. Exergetic efficiency, exergetic efficiencies of common components: turbines, pumps, nozzles etc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. P.K. Nag: Engineering Thermodynamics, 5/e: Tata McGraw Hill Cengel: Thermodynamics, 7/e: Tata McGraw Hill Ganeshan: Engineering Thermodynamics: Tata McGraw Hill M.J. Moran, Shappiro: A Text Book on Classical Thermodynamics: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Van Wylen: A Text Book on Classical Thermodynamics: John Wiley & Sons Ltd Rogers and Mayhew: Engineering Thermodynamics: Pearson Education Publication ******* ME-1202 THEORY OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES Third Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1101, ME 1111, CE 1101, MA 1101, MA 1102 L 3 T 1 P 0 C 8

Introduction to Kinematics and Mechanisms: Elements of kinematic chain, Mechanism, Their inversions, Mobility and range of movements, The four bar Mechanism, Miscellaneous mechanisms, Straight line generating mechanisms, Intermittent motion mechanism. Synthesis of Mechanism: Number synthesis – Grubler`s criterion inconsistencies, Grashoff`s law of mobility of a four bar mechanism, Transmission angle – determination of minimum value. Belt Drive: Introduction, Velocity ratio, Belt Length, Limiting ratio of Belt Tensions, Maximum effective tension and Power transmitted, Centrifugal Tensions and stresses in Belt, Maximum tension and its role in Power Transmission, Initial tension and its role in power transmission, Condition for maximum Power Transmission, Idler Pulleys, materials of Belt drive Gear Drive: Introduction, Rolling Contact and Positive drive ,Classification of Gears, Nomenclature for Straight Spur Gears, Fundamental law of tooted Gearing, Conjugate Teeth, Tooth Profiles, Contact Ratio, Interference and under cutting, Methods of reducing or eliminating Interference, Epicyclic Gear Trains Governors: Types and application, Functions of a Governor, Characteristic of centrifugal governors ,Quality of

Governor: Definations of controlling forces, stability, sensitiveness, isochronisms, capacity and coefficient of insensitiveness, Spring controlled governors of Hartnel and Hartung types, Effect of friction, Effort and power, Effect of Friction: Insensitiveness. Cam and followers: Principle, different types, cam profiles, follower motions. Balancing: Static and dynamic force diagram, Inertia forces and their balancing for rotating and reciprocating machines, Identification of inertia forces for reciprocating masses in engine mechanisms, Partial primary balance of single cylinder engines and uncontrolled locomotives, Balancing of multi cylinder in line engines, V- twin engines, Radial engines – direct and reverse crank methods. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. S.S.Rattan: Theory of Machines: Tata McGraw Hill Publication Bevan T: Theory of Machines: CBS publishing H. H. Mabie & C. F. Reinholtz: Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machines: John Willey & Sons Publishing Co. A. Ghosh & A.G. Ambekar: Theory Of Mechanisms and Machines: Jain Brothers, New Delhi A. G. Ambekar: Mechanism and Machine Theory: PHI


MANUFACTURING PROCESS – I Third Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- PH 1101, CH 1101, ME 1101, ME1111

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Metal Forming: Elastic and plastic deformation. Concept of strain hardening. Hot and cold working processes rolling, forging, extrusion, swaging, wire and tube drawing. Machines and equipment for the processes. Parameters and force calculations. Test methods for formability. Sheet Metal Working: Applications of sheet formed products. Shearing mechanism. Processes like blanking, piercing, punching, trimming, etc. Forming processes like bending, cup drawing, coining, embossing, etc. Presses for sheet metal working; Part feeding systems; Elements of die; punch and die clearances; Progressive, compound and combination dies. High energy rate forming processes. Powder Metallurgy: Introduction. Production of metal powders. Compaction and sintering processes. Secondary and finishing operations. Economics, advantages, and applications of powder metallurgy. Metal Casting: Introduction: Brief History, Advantages and Limitations, Applications Patterns: Pattern materials, allowances, types of pattern, color code scheme Sand Casting: Green and dry sand casting process, types of sand, molding sand and its properties, molding sand composition. Cores: Use, core material, types of cores, advantages and limitations, core prints, chaplets Gating and Risering System: Element of gating systems, types of gates, Riser design considerations Special Molding Processes: Carbon dioxide molding process, Investment casting process, Die casting process, shell molding process, Full molding process, Vacuum-Sealed casting process Casting defects: Causes and remedies of defects such as blowholes, pinholes, blisters, hot tears, cold shut, metal penetration, Melting Practices: cupola: charge calculations, construction; other furnaces: working of induction furnace, crucible furnace, and reverberate furnace Welding: Introduction: Principle of welding, general applications such as construction of bridges, towers, automobiles & electronic circuits, etc. Classification of welding processes: Classification based on application of filler material & without filler material, source of energy, fusion and pressure welding processes. Various joining processes such as welding, brazing and soldering. Soldering and brazing: Difference between both the processes, consumables used, methods of brazing, fluxes used, their purpose and flux residue treatment. Arc welding power sources; Conventional welding transformers, rectifiers & current and voltage. The influence of these power sources on welding. Manual metal arc(MMA) or shielded metal arc (SMA) welding: Equipment requirement, electrodes for welding of structural steels, coating constituents and their functions, types of coatings; ISI electrode classification for plain carbon steel (IS 815:1974 & IS 814:1991), current and voltage selection for electrodes. Submerged arc welding (SAW): Process details, consumables such as fluxes and wires for welding mild steel, variations in submerged arc welding process like single wire, tandem wire, parallel wires, field of applications. Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or MIG/MAG welding: Process details, shielding gases, electrode wires, their sizes, and welding current ranges. TIG welding: Process details, power sources requirements, electrode sizes and materials, current carrying capacities of different electrodes, shielding gases, application of process. Resistance welding: General principle of heat generation in resistance welding, application of resistance welding processes. Process details and working principle of spot, seam, and. projection welding, electrode materials, shapes of electrodes, electrode cooling, selection of welding currents, voltages, II manufacture of resistance seam welded (RSW) tubes by seam welding.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Rao P N,3/e: Manufacturing Technology, (Volume I): Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited S K Hajra Choudhury, S K Bose, A K Hajra Choudhury, Nirjhar Roy: Workshop Technology Vol I; Media Promoters & Publishers Pvt. Ltd. Schey: Introduction to Manufacturing Process, 3/e: TMH Nagendra B. S Parashar, Mittal R. K: Elements Of Manufacturing Processes: PHI Learning (2009) Phillip F. Ostwald, Jairo Munoz: Manufacturing Processes and Systems, 9th Ed: Wiley India Pvt Ltd. Begman & Amstead: Manufacturing Process: Addison- Willey Publishers. MATERIAL SCIENCE Third Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- PH 1101, CH 1101 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 6


Structure of solids: Crystallographic planes and directions, methods of determining the crystal structures, atomic packing, crystal defects Phase transformations and phase equilibrium: Stability of phases and equilibrium, phase transition, phase equilibrium diagrams, phase rule and equilibrium, cooling curves, solid solution equilibrium diagrams, iron-iron carbide equilibrium diagram Rate processes and crystallization: Kinetics of phase transformation, crystallization, nucleation, homogenous nucleation, heterogeneous nucleation, crystal growth, dendritic growth Heat treatment of steels: Annealing, normalizing and spheroidizing, quenching, hardenability, precipitation hardening, time temperature transformation diagram. ,continuous cooling transformation diagram, effect of alloying elements Mechanical properties Stress and strain, normal stress strain curve, true stress strain curve, toughness and resilience, fatigue, creep Texts/References 1. Avner: Introduction to physical metallurgy: Mc Graw hill 2. Smith: Material Science & Engineering, 4/e: McGraw-hill 3. Dieter: Mechanical Metallurgy, 3/e: McGraw-Hill 4. Nazang: Material science: Khanna publisher


MACHINE DRAWING Third Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- CE 1101

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ISI conventions in drawing, Surface finish, Fits and tolerance (to be indicated on working drawings), Orthographic projection of different types of composite bodies. Bolts and nuts, Keys, Pins, Set screws, Riveted joints, Welded joints, Pipe joints, Flanged coupling , Flat and V-belt pulleys, Threads(internal and external), Studs, Washers, Springs, Plain journal bearing, Ball and roller bearings. Assembly and part drawings for parts such as: Stuffing box, Foot step bearing, Plummer block, Universal joints, Gear pump, Screw jack, Cross head of steam engine, Connecting rod, Piston assembly, Stuffing box, Eccentric sheave, Tail stock. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. N. D. Bhatt: Machine Drawing: Charotor Publishing House, Anand Ajeet Singh: Machine Drawing, 2/e: Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing K.L.Narayana,P.Kannaiah & K.Venkata Reddy: Production Drawing: New Age International Publisher R.K. Dhawan: A Text Book of Machine Drawing: S. Chand & Company Publishing House


THERMODYNAMICS-II Fourth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite-ME 1201, MA 1101, MA 1102, PH 1101, CH 1101

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Thermodynamic property relations: Maxwell relation, specific heat relations, relations for changes in internal energy, enthalpy and entropy, Clapeyron equation, Joule-Thomson coefficient, generalized relations and charts for residual enthalpy and entropy Gas Power Cycle: An overview of reciprocating IC engines, its classification, engine components, working principle of 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines, valve timing diagrams, engine performance parameters. An overview of gas turbine, its classification, air-standard cycle for gas turbine. Stirling and Ericsson cycles. Vapour power cycle: Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle, actual vapour power cycle processes, reheat cycle, regenerative cycle, feed water heaters (open and closed), characteristics of an ideal working fluid in vapour power cycle, binary vapour cycles, thermodynamics of combined cycles. Reciprocating air compressor: Single stage and multistage air compressors, work done per cycle, compressor capacity and power calculation, volumetric efficiency and isothermal efficiency, effect of clearance ratio on volumetric efficiency, intercooler and after cooler. Combustion processes: Fuels and combustion, theoretical and actual combustion processes, enthalpy of formation and enthalpy of combustion, first law analysis of reacting systems, adiabatic flame temperature, entropy change of reacting systems, second law analysis of reacting systems. Refrigeration and Psychrometry: Gas cycle refrigeration, vapour compression refrigeration, vapour absorption refrigeration, types of refrigerants and properties of ideal refrigerants, psychrometric properties and processes, psychrometric chart. Texts/Reference: 1. P.K. Nag: Engineering Thermodynamics, 5/e: Tata McGraw Hill 2. Cengel: Thermodynamics, 7/e: Tata McGraw Hill 3. Ganeshan: Engineering Thermodynamics: Tata McGraw Hill 4. Rogers and Mayhew: Engineering Thermodynamics: Pearson education 5. M J Moran: A Text Book on Classical Thermodynamics: John Wiley &sons.


FLUID MECHANICS - I Fourth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1201, ME 1101, MA 1101, MA 1102, PH 1101

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Introduction: Introductory concepts and definitions, properties and classification of fluids, Pascal’s law of fluid pressure, measurement of pressure, forces on submerged plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy, metacenter. Kinematics of Fluids: Introduction, scalar and vector fields, flow field and description of fluid motions, existence of flow. Conservation Equations: System, conservation of mass, conservation of momentum and conservation of energy. Applications of Equations of Motion and Mechanical Energy: Introduction, Bernoulli’s equation in irrotational flow, measurement of flow rate through pipe, flow through orifices. Principles of Physical Similarity and Dimensional Analysis: Introduction, concept and type of physical similarity, applications of dynamic similarity, dimensional analysis. Laminar and Turbulent Flows: Introductions, definitions of laminar and turbulent flows, laminar flow through a circular pipe, laminar flow between parallel plates, laminar flow through an annulus, hydrodynamic lubrication. Numerical solution of fluid mechanics problems: Numerical solution of simple problems of fluid mechanics, a brief introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S.K. Som and G. Biswas: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines: Tata McGraw Hill. Sukumar Pati: Textbook of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines, 1/e: McGarw-Hill Cengel: Fluid Mechanics, 2/e: McGarw-Hill Streeter: Fluid Mechanics , 9/e: McGarw-Hill White: Fluid Mechanics, 7/e: McGarw-Hill K.L. Kumar, Eurasia: Engineering Fluid Mechanics: Publishing House (P) Ltd A.K. Jain: Fluid Mechanics: Khanna Publishers


INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENT Fourth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1101, MA 1101, MA 1102, ME 1201, ME1111

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Generalized measurement system, Measurement terminology: Calibration,, Accuracy, Precision, Sensitivity, Threshold, Hysteresis, Dead space, errors in measurements, Dynamic characteristic of simplified measuring system, Characteristic of first order and second order systems. Transducer elements: Analog transducers, Digital transducers, Intermediate elements – Amplifier, Compensator, Differentiating and Integrating elements, Filters, Data transmission elements. Indicating and recording elements: Digital voltmeters, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO`S), Galvanometric recorders, Data acquisition systems. Strain measurement: Types of electrical resistance strain gauges, Theory of operation, Gauge material, Gauge factor, Mounting techniques, Moisture proofing, Calibration circuits, Strain measurement in static and rotating shafts, Proper orientation of gauges, Commercial strain measuring system. Measurement of Force, Torque and Pressure. Force Measurement: Hydraulic and pneumatic load cells, elastic force devices. Pressure Measurement–moderate pressure measurement, high pressure measurement, low pressure (Vacuum) measurement, elastic pressure measurement devices. Torque Measurement: Transmission dynamometer, Absorption dynamometer. Viscosity Measurements: Redwood viscometer. Temperature Measurement: Temperature measurement using change in physical properties, electrical type temperature sensors, radiation thermometry. Flow measurement: Head type area flow meter, solid flow meter, electrical type (Hot wire Anemometer) and accelerometers. Miscellaneous Instruments in Industrial and Environmental application: Environmental air pollution measurement, gas chromatography. Introduction to mechatronics and robotics. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. E. O. Doeblin and D. N. Manik: Measurement systems: Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. B.C.Nakra , K.K.Chaudhary: Instrument Measurement and Analysis: Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishers Holman: Experimental Methods for Engineers (Special Indian Edition),7/e: Mcgraw Hill Publishers James W. Dailly, William F. Rilley, Kenneth G:. Instrumentation for Engineering Measurements: McConnell, Willey Student Edition John H. Craig: Introduction to Robotics: Pearson Thomas G. Beckwith, D. Marangonic, John H. Liehard V: Mechanical Measurement: Pearson Education Richard S. Figliol, Donald E. Beasley: Theory and Design for Mechanical Measurements: Willey Student Edition


MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Fourth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- PH 1101, ME 1101, ME 1204, MA 1101, MA 1102

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Properties of materials: definition Simple stresses and Strains: Concept of stress and strain, constitutive relation, deformation of axially loaded bars, members with varying cross section, composite bars, thermal stress. Saint-Venant’s Principle and stress concentration, lateral strain, Poisson’s ratio, volumetric strain, elastic constants and their relationship. Strain energy due to axial loads- gradually and impact loads, , Thin walled pressure vessels. Concept of stress and strain tensor, generalized Hooke’s law Transformation of stresses and strains: Stresses on inclined plane, Mohr’s circle, principal plane, principal stresses, transformation of stress and strains in a plane, principal strains, Mohr’s Circle of stress and strains. Stresses in beams: SF and BM diagrams for cantilever, simple supported and overhanging beams, Relationship between rate of loading, SF and BM. Theory of bending, assumptions, neutral axis and moment of resistance, bending stresses in symmetrical sections, section modulus, composite beams. Shear stress distribution: rectangular, circular, I- section and and T- section Torsional stresses in shafts: Analysis of torsional stresses, power transmitted Combined Stresses: Combined bending and direct Stresses, resultant stresses for column of different sections subjected to eccentric load, limit of eccentricity for no tension, combined bending and torsion Deflection of beams: Relationship among curvature, slope and deflections, slope and deflection for Cantilever and S. S beams, Machaulay’s method. Theories of failures: Significance, failure theories for ductile and brittle materials, Tresca Criterion, Von-Mises Yield criterion, Mohr’s Theory. Failure due to creep and fatigue.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Strength of Material by Rattan, McGraw-Hill Education Mechanics of Materials by Beer & Johnson, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi Strength of Materials Part- 1 & 2 by Timoshenko Engineering Mechanics of solids by E P Popov, PHI Mechanics of Materials by Pytel & Singer, Harper Collins Publishers India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi ME Lab-I Fourth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite-ME 1201, ME 1202, ME 1203, ME 1204 All areas of Thermal Engg / Design / Manufacturing / Production Engg L 0 T 0 P 2 C 2



DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF MACHINERY Fifth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1101, ME 1202, ME 1209

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Static and dynamic force analysis: Introduction, Forces, moments and Couples, Static Equilibrium, Graphical Force Analysis, Analytical Approach to Force Analysis, Dynamic equilibrium of Systems of particles, Dynamic Equilibrium of System of rigid bodies, Flywheel, Gyroscope and gyroscopic effects, Cam Dynamics, Analysis of cam and follower. Bearings: Hydrodynamic and boundary lubrication , Analysis of journal and thrust bearings. Vibration: One degree of freedom system, Free and forced vibrations, Transverse and torsional vibration, Critical speed, Vibration isolation and measurements, Two degree of freedom systems, Vibration absorber, Multi degree of freedom system. Control: Open and closed loop control, Block diagrams, Laplace transform, Mathematical model of physical system, Basic control action- pneumatic controller and hydraulic controller, Transient response of first order and second order system, Routh`s stability criteria, Frequency response analysis, Improving system performance, Introduction to non- linear control. Texts/Reference: 1. Norton: Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery (SIE): Mc Graw-Hill, 1/e, 2. Rattan: Theory of Machines: Mc Graw-Hill, 3/e 3. Gowda: Mechanical Vibrations: Mc Graw-Hill, 1/e 4. J. S. Rao & R.V. Dukkipati: Mechanism & Machine Theory: New Age International Publication 5. K. Ogata: Modern Control Engineering: Prentice Hall International 6. B. C. Kuo: Automatic Control System: Prentice Hall International 7. A.Ghosh & A.K. Mallick: Theory of Mechanisms & Machines: Affiliated East West Press Pvt Ltd 8. Kenneth J. Waldron and Gary L. Kinzel: Kinematics, Dynamics and Design of Machinery: Wiley India


FLUID MECHANICS-II Fifth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1207, ME 1201, ME 1206

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Flow of Ideal Fluids: Introduction, elementary flows in a two-dimensional plane, superposition of elementary flows, aerofoil theory Viscous Incompressible Flows: Introduction, general viscosity law, Navier-Stokes equation, exact solution of Navier-Stokes equation. Laminar Boundary Layer: Introduction, boundary layer equations, momentum-integral equation of boundary layer, separation of boundary layer. Turbulent Flow: Introduction, classifications of turbulent flow, laminar-turbulent transition, mean motion and fluctuation, turbulent boundary layer. Compressible Flow: Introduction, thermodynamic relations of perfect gases, speed of sound, pressure field due to a moving source. Basic equations for one-dimensional flow, stagnation and sonic properties, normal shock waves, Fanno line flows, Rayleigh line flow. Oblique shock. Principles of Fluid Machines: Introduction, classification of fluid machines, hydraulic turbines and pumps. Numerical solution of fluid mechanics problems: Numerical solution of fluid mechanics problems and its applications in Computational Fluid Dynamics.

Texts/Reference: 1. S.K. Som and G. Biswas: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines: Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Sukumar Pati: Textbook of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines: McGarw-Hill, 1/e 3. Cengel: Fluid Mechanics: McGarw-Hill, 2/e 4. Streeter: Fluid Mechanics: McGarw-Hill, 9/e 5. White: Fluid Mechanics: McGarw-Hill, 7/e 6. Subramanian: Hydraulic Machines: McGraw-hill, 1/e 7. K.L. Kumar: Engineering Fluid Mechanics: Eurasia Publishing House (P) Ltd 8. A.K. Jain: Fluid Mechanics: Khanna Publishers ME-1303 MANUFACTURING PROCESS-II Fifth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1111, ME 1203, ME1202, ME1208 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 6

Introduction: Introduction to machine tools, motions of machine tools, generation of surfaces, types of machine tools, basic elements of machine tools. Mechanics of Machining (Metal Cutting): Geometry of single point cutting tools, Conversion of tool angles from one system to another, Mechanism of chip formation, Orthogonal and oblique cutting, Use of chip breaker in machining, Machining forces and Merchant’s Circle Diagram (MCD), Taylor’s Tool Life Equations Lathe: Principle, classification, specifications, operations performed on a lathe. Calculation for machining time, Machining parameters & performance. Capstan and Turret Lathes: Introduction, comparison among capstan, turret and engine lathe, turret indexing mechanism, feeding mechanism, cutting tools and tool holders, turret tooling layout. Shaper: Principle, classification, specifications, shaper mechanisms – crank and slotted lever quick return mechanism, feed mechanism, operations performed on shaper – machining horizontal, vertical, angular surfaces, cutting slots, grooves, key ways, machining irregular surfaces, splines and gears. Cutting speed, feed, depth of cut and calculation for machining time for shaping operations. Planer: Principle, classification, specifications, comparison between shaper and planer. Milling machine: Principle, classification, specifications, peripheral milling, up and down milling, face milling, end milling, different operations performed on milling machines, dividing heads, methods of indexing – direct, simple, compound and differential indexing, milling of spur gear, milling cutters. Drilling machine: Principle, classification, specifications, operations performed on drilling machines, twist drill nomenclature. Grinding machines: Principle, classification, specifications, different grinding processes, grinding wheel – components (wheel material), grit, grade and structure, standard marking system of grinding wheels. Glazing and loading in wheels, dressing, truing, balancing, and mounting of grinding wheels.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. P N Rao: Manufacturing Technology Vol 2- Metal Cutting and Machine Tools: Tata Mc Graw Hill Schey: Introduction to Manufacturing Process: McGraw-Hill S K Hajra Choudhury: Workshop Technology Vol II Machine Tools: Media Promoters & Publishers Pvt. Ltd. G Boothroyd & W A Knight: Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group H Gerling: All About Machine Tools: New Age Int. (P) Ltd. R K Jain: Production Technology: Khanna Publishers A. Ghosh & A. K. Mallik: Manufacturing Science: Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd. B S Raghuwanshi: A Course in Workshop Technology Vol II (Machine Tools): Dhanpat Rai & Co.


MACHINE DESIGN – I Fifth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1101, ME 1202, ME 1209

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Introduction: General considerations and procedure of Machine Design, Mechanical properties, Design stress, factor of safety, Stress-strain diagram for ductile and brittle materials, Theories of failure, Stress concentration factor, Design for variable loads: endurance limit, Goodman and Soderberg criteria. Riveted Joints: Types, Modes of failure, Strength and efficiency of riveted joints, Pitch of rivets, Design stresses, Structural joints of butt and lap type, Boiler joints, Rivets subjected to eccentric loading. Welded Joints: Types of welds, Strength of welds, Eccentric load in plane of weld, Welded pressure vessel and some practical applications. Keys and Pins: Types of keys, Stresses in keys, Design of square, rectangular and taper keys.

Shafts: Shafts subjected to twisting moment, bending moment, combined twisting and bending moment, fluctuating loads, axial load in addition to combined torsion and bending loads Coupling: Rigid and flange coupling, Design of flange coupling Cotter and Knuckle Joints: Design of Socket and spigot cotter joints, Sleeve and cotter joints, Gib and cotter joint for strap end of a connecting rod, Gib and cotter joint for square rods, knuckle joint. Lever: Application of lever in engineering practice, Design of a lever, Foot lever, Cranked lever, Lever for lever safety valve, Bell crank lever.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Bhandari: Design of Machine Elements: McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2/e Shigley: Mechanical Engineering Design: McGraw Hill Publishers, 9/e Bhandari: Introduction to Machine Design:. B, McGraw Hill Publishers, 3/eV R. S. Khurmi & J. K. Gupta: Machine Design: S. Chand & Co Sharma & Agarwal: Machine Design: S. K. Kataria & Sons Kannaiah, P: Machine Design: SCITECH Publications Mahadevan K, Reddy: Design Data Handbook: KB, CBS, New Delhi Spotts: Design of Machine Members: Prentice Hall Publishers


ME Lab-II Fifth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1211, All theory subjects in previous semesters

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AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite-ME 1201, ME 1202, ME 1206, ME 1301, ME1304

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Introduction: Automotive Vehicles, Development, Layout and types of automotive vehicles- cars, buses, tractors, air cushion vehicles and off the road vehicles, Various resistance to the motion of a vehicle, Power required for propulsion, Acceleration and hill climbing. Automotive engine: classification, S.I. and C.I. engines, combustion chamber types, engine balancing, multicylinder arrangements. Automobile engine parts: Cylinder block, cylinder head, crank case, oil pan, cylinder liners, piston, piston rings, connecting rods, crank shaft, valves, valve actuating mechanism, valves layout, materials used, valve and port timing diagrams. Fuel supply system: Simple carburettor, constant choke, constant vacuum carburettor, types of carburettor, mixture strength requirements, fuel pumps for petrol engines, petrol injections, diesel fuel pump and fuel injector for diesel engines. Ignition system: Battery ignition system, comparison between battery ignition and magnetic ignition system, ignition advance methods, electronic ignition. Cooling system: Necessity, coolant types, methods of cooling. Lubrication system: Objectives, system of engine lubrication, crank case ventilation. Chassis construction: The frame and its functions, layout of the components of transmission system in four wheel rear drive vehicles. Clutches: Purpose, requirements, relative merits and demerits of different types of clutches. Transmission System: Purpose, sliding mesh gear box, constant mesh gear box, power flow diagrams, torque converter, automatic transmission - an overview. Universal coupling, propeller shaft, final drive - types, functions. Differential - purpose, construction. Suspension System: Semi-floating, full floating and three quarter floating construction,

Steering System: Steering mechanisms, steering linkages, steering gears - for rigid front axle and independent front wheel suspension. Brakes: types of brakes, numerical problems relating to brake torque, minimum stopping distance with front wheel braking, rear wheel braking, wheel braking and heat dissipation. Electrical equipment: Generator, voltage regulator and cut-out, starter, lighting circuit. Application of CNG in automotive engines. CFD analysis of flow over surfaces of Automobiles

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Automotive Mechanics, 2/e, by Srnivasan, McGrawhill Automotive Mechanics (Special Indian Edition), 10/e, by Crouse, McGrawhill Automobile Engineering Vols - I & II, by Kirpal Singh, Standard Publishers Distributers Automotive Mechanics by Heitner Joseph, East West Press Automobile Engineering by William H. Crouse & Donald L Anglin ****** TURBO MACHINERY Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1201, ME 1206, ME 1207, ME1302 Introduction: Definition of a turbo-machine, Fundamental theory of turbo-machines, and classification of turbo machinery Hydraulic Turbines: Introduction, Classifications of hydraulic turbines, Concepts of heads of turbines, Concept and definitions of efficiencies of turbines. Impulse Turbines : Main components of Pelton turbines, Design of components of Pelton turbines, Force, Power and efficiency of Pelton turbine. Reaction Turbines Main components of modern Francis turbine, Design of components of Francis turbine, Torque, Power and efficiency of Francis turbine, Component and design of Propeller and Kaplan turbines. Draft tube, Function and efficiency of draft tube, Types of draft tube, Governing of turbines, Governing of hydraulic turbines, Specific speed, Performance characteristic curves of turbines, Selection and performance of turbines, Cavitations of turbines. Centrifugal Pumps: Introduction, Main components of Centrifugal pumps, Definitions of head and efficiency of a centrifugal pump, Working principle, Priming of centrifugal pump, Multistage centrifugal pumps Specific speed, Performance characteristic curves of pumps, Selection and performance of a centrifugal pump, Cavitation in pump, operational difficulties in centrifugal pumps. Axial Flow Pumps. Steam Turbines: Introduction, Working principle of steam turbine, Classification of steam turbine, simple impulse turbine, compounding of steam turbine, pressure compounded impulse turbine, velocity compounded impulse turbine, pressure-velocity compounded impulse turbine. Flow through impulse turbine blades, Velocity triangle, work done, power and efficiencies, Blade sections. Flow through impulse reaction turbine blades, Velocity triangles, work done, efficiencies, Degree of reaction, Parson’s Turbine, Blade sections, Governing of steam turbines. Losses of steam turbines, State point locus, reheat factor, turbine efficiency parameters. Centrifugal Compressor: Introduction, Basic Components, Principle of Working, Velocity Triangle, EnthalpyEntropy Diagram, Slip, Power Input Factor, Compressor Efficiency, Flow Coefficient, Pressure Coefficient, Degree of Reaction, Pre-whirl, Effect of Impeller Blade Shape on Performance, Vaned and Vaneless Diffuser, Surging and Choking in Compressor. Axial Flow Compressor: Introduction, Basic Components and Principle of working, Stage Velocity Triangle, Enthalpy-Entropy diagram, Work done factor, Degree of reaction, Polytropic efficiency, Flow Coefficient, Pressure Coefficient, Compressor Stalling. Fan and Blower: Centrifugal fan, Fan Impeller, performance and point of operation, axial flow fan, blade profiles, performance and blowers. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ganesan: Gas Turbine: McGraw-Hill Education, 3/e S.M. Yahya, Satyaprakashana: Turbines, Compressors and Fans: Publishers, New Delhi, 4/e R. Yadav: Steam & Gas Turbine and Power Plant Engineering: Central Pub. House R. K. Bansal: A Test Book of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines: Laxmi Pub. Earl Logan: Turbomachinery: Jr. Marcel Dekker Inc. S. L. Dixon: Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery: Butterworth- Heinmann ****** * L 3 T P 1 0 C 8



ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESS Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1203, ME 1303

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Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing Processes and their importance. Advanced Machining Processes: Introduction of advanced machining processes, process principle, applications, advantages and limitations of processes such as Abrasive Jet Machining (AJM), Water Jet Machining (WJM), Abrasive Water Jet Machining (AWJM), Ultrasonic Machining (USM), Electrochemical Machining (ECM), Electro Discharge Machining (EDM), Electron Beam Machining (EBM), Laser Beam Machining (LBM) processes. Advanced Casting Processes: Metal mould casting, continuous casting, squeeze casting, vacuum mould casting, evaporative pattern casting, ceramic shell casting their process principles and applications. Advanced Welding Processes: Electron Beam Welding (EBW), Laser Beam Welding (LBW), Ultrasonic Welding (USW), their process principles and applications. Advanced Metal Forming Processes: High energy rate forming (HERF) process, Electromagnetic forming, explosive forming, Electro hydraulic forming, Stretch forming, Contour roll forming, their process principles and applications. Rapid prototyping (RP): Importance of RP, introduction of solid-based, liquid-based, powder-based RP processes. Introduction to emerging trends in manufacturing: Micro-manufacturing, Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS), basic concepts of Nanotechnology. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ****** Schey: Introduction to Manufacturing Processes: McGraw-Hill Publisher, 3/e Courtney: Mechanical Behavior of Materials: McGarw-Hill Publisher, 2/e E. P. DeGarmo, J. T Black, R. A. Kohser: Materials and Processes in Manufacturing (8th Edition): Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi (ISBN 0-02-978760). A. Ghosh, and A. K. Mallik: Manufacturing Science: Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. G.F. Benedict, Marcel Dekker: Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes, Inc. New York (ISBN 0-82477352-7). N. P. Mahalik: Micromanufacturing and Nanotechology: Springer


MACHINE DESIGN - II Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch)

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Pre-requisite- ME 1202, ME 1209, ME 1304 Threaded Fasteners and Power Screws: Stresses in bolts, Effect of initial tension, Bolts under dynamic and impact loading, Eccentric loading, Power screws, Form of threads, Force analysis, Screw and nut design, Differential and compound screws. Stresses in power screws. Belt Drive: Introduction, Mechanics of belt drive, Belt Materials, Selection of a pulley, Design of Flat belts, Design of V-belts. Springs: Application and classification of springs, Stress in coil springs of round, square and rectangular wires, Deflection of coil springs, Design of compression and tension springs, Coil spring subjected to impact and fluctuating loads, Material for coil springs, Critical frequency, Energy stored in springs. Clutches: Positive and Frictional clutches, Plate friction or disc clutches, Cone clutches. Brake: Block brakes, Band brakes, Disc brakes (internal expanding and external contacting shoe Gears: Spur gears – Nomenclature, interference in involute gears, beam strength of spur tooth, Lewis equation and Lewis form factor, velocity factor, Barth`s formula, working stresses in gear teeth, dynamic loads on gear teeth, design of spur gear for wear (Buckingham equation). Helical gears – Nomenclature, Virtual number of teeth, Tooth Properties, Force Analysis. Beam strength, Dynamic loading, Wear strength. Bearing: Type of bearings, Selection of bearing, Theory of lubrication, Heat balance of bearing, Mechanical aspects of bearing design. Load and life of bearings, Equivalent bearing load, Load- life relations.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Bhandari: Design of Machine Elements: McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2/e Shigley: Mechanical Engineering Design: McGraw Hill Publishers, 9/e Bhandari,V. B: Introduction to Machine Design: McGraw Hill Publishers, 3/e, R. S. Khurmi & J. K.Gupta: Machine Design: S. Chand & Co Sharma & Agarwal: Machine Design: S.K. Kataria & Sons Kannaiah: P Machine Design: SCITECH Publications Mahadevan K, Reddy KB: Design Data Handbook: CBS, New Delhi Spotts: Design of Machine Members: Prentice Hall Publishers ******** HEAT TRANSFER Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1201, ME 1206, ME 1207, ME 1302 Conduction Heat Transfer: One- dimensional heat conduction equation for slab, cylinder, sphere and composite medium (with and without heat generation), Concept of critical thickness of insulation. Numerical methods for solution of heat conduction problems. Heat Transfer For Extended Surfaces: Analysis of steady- state heat transfer for fins of uniform cross-section, Fin performance. Radiation Heat Transfer: Nature of thermal radiation, Radiative properties, Kirchoff`s law, Black body radiation intensity and total emissive power, Displacement law, Radiation heat transfer between black/grey surfaces, network method of solving radiation problems, Concept of view factor. Convection: Application of dimensional analysis to free and forced convection, Concept of velocity and thermal boundary layer, Equations of motion and energy, Empirical equations of convective heat transfer, Reynold`s analogy, Heat transfer in boiling and condensation. Heat Exchangers: Basic types of heat exchanger, LMTD and - NTU method of heat exchanger analysis. Computational studies in heat transfer processes in Conduction, Convection and Radiation. Experimental techniques related to heat transfer analysis. Heat transfer analysis from commercial software. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Holman: Heat Transfer:, McGraw-Hill Publications, 10/e Cengel: Heat & Mass Transfer: McGraw-Hill Publishers, 4/e Kays: Convective Heat & Mass Transfer: McGarw-Hill Publishers P.K.Nag: Heat Mass Transfer: McGarw-Hill Publishers, 3/e Kreith: Principles of Heat Transfer: International Publication Christopher A. Long: Essential Heat Transfer: Pearson Education Publication Manuals of Fluent Software related to Heat Transfer Analysis M. Necati Ozisic: Heat Transfer, A Basic Application: Mc.Graw Hill Publication


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WORKSHOP PRACTICE Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1111

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ME LAB-IV Sixth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1311, ME 1312, All theory subjects in previous semesters

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All areas of Thermal Engg / Design / Manufacturing / Production Engg N.B.: Industrial Training after Sixth Semester for a period of 4-6 weeks as an audit course


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND OPERATION RESEARCH Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- HS 1301, MA1101, MA1102,MA 1201

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Work Study & Motion Study: Historical background; Work study definition; Role of work study in improving productivity; Ergonomics and work study. Work study procedure: selection of jobs; Information collection and recording; Recording techniques -charts and diagrams; critical analysis; developing better method; installation and follow up of standard method. Memomotion and micromotion study; therbligs; cyclegraph and chronocycle graph; simochart; Principles of motion economy; Design of work place layout. Work measurement: Definition; Procedure; Performance rating; Concept of normal time; allowances. Work sampling technique of work measurement. Introduction to pre -determined motion time system. Quality & Reliability: Introduction and definitions of quality, Evolution of Quality: Inspection, Quality Control, Customer-Orientation: Internal & External Customer Concept, Life cycle approach to quality costs- Prevention; Appraisal and Failure costs. Seven QC tools (Histogram, Check sheets, Ishikawa diagrams, Pareto, Scatter diagrams, Control charts). Process capability concepts. Reliability: Introduction, Definitions, reliability evaluation, maintainability, and availability concepts. Facilities Design: Site Selection: Factors influencing the selection, rural and urban locations of sites, optimum decision on choice of site and analysis. Plant Layout: Types of production, types of layouts, advantages and disadvantages of layout, factor affecting layout, systematic layout planning, Material handling: importance, principles of material handling Operations Research: Introduction, general methodology of OR, application of OR, Formulation of linear programming, deterministic models, graphical solution, simplex algorithm Capacity Planning: Introduction, measures of capacity, capacity strategies, A systematic approach for capacity decisions, Long range capacity planning and control, Medium range capacity planning and control, Short range capacity planning and control. Inventory Management: Introduction, Inventory related costs, EOQ model, EPO model, Inventory models allowing shortages, Inventory models allowing price discounts, Inventory model under risk conditions, Inventory control systems: continuous review, periodic review, optional replenishment etc., Inventory classification systems: ABC, FMS, VED etc, MRP. CPM / PERT: Introduction, Project scheduling with CPM, Project scheduling with PERT. Loading and Scheduling , General scheduling problem, Significance of loading and scheduling, Factors affecting scheduling, Scheduling system, Flow shop scheduling, Job shop scheduling, Sequencing, Line balancing. Forecasting: Introduction, Demand patterns, Factors affecting demand, Subjective forecasting methods, Casual forecasting methods, Time series forecasting methods, Routine short term forecasting methods, Selection of forecasting model. PPC: Introduction, System approach, Types of manufacturing systems, Factors affecting manufacturing systems. Product design and development, Introduction, marketing aspects, functional aspects, operational aspects, durability and dependability, aesthetic aspects, economic analysis, profit and competitiveness, the three S's, break even analysis, economics of a new design, production aspects. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. S.N. Chary: Production And Operations Management: McGraw Hill Publ, 5th Edition Chase: Operations and Supply Management (SIE): McGraw Hill Publ, 12/e Saxena: Production and Operations Management: McGraw Hill Publ, 2/e O.P. Khanna: Industrial engineering and management: Dhanpat Rai & Sons ******* POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1302, ME 1306, ME 1309


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Power Plant In General: Introduction to different power plants, Load and Load duration curves, Location factors for power Plants, Power plant economics, Indian energy scenario. Steam Power Plant: Introduction, Rankine cycle, Carnot cycle, Reheating of steam, Regeneration, Steam power plant appraisal, Deaeration, Typical layout of steam power plant, Efficiencies in steam power plant, Different types of fuel used for steam Generation, Draught system, Classification of boilers, Boiler accessories, Classification of steam turbines and their working, Co-generation plant for power and process heat, Combined cycle plant for power generation.

Gas Turbine Power Plant: Introduction, Classification of different gas turbine power plants, Analysis of closed cycle and open cycle constant pressure gas turbine plant, components of gas turbine plants. Diesel Electric Power Plants: Introduction, Application of diesel engines in power field, Advantages and disadvantages of diesel engine power plant, General layout, Performance characteristics, Supercharging and Turbocharging. Hydro-Electric Power Plant: Introduction, Classification of hydro-electric power plant, Site selection, Hydrographs, Flow duration curves, Elements of hydro-electric power plant, Advantages of hydro-electric power plant, Classification of hydraulic turbines and their selection. Nuclear Power Plant: Introduction to nuclear engineering, Types of nuclear reactors, Pressurized water reactor, Boiling water reactor, CANDU reactor, Gas-cooled reactor, Liquid metal fast breeder reactor, India`s nuclear power programme. Non-Conventional Power plants: Prospect of renewable energy source, Types of non-conventional power plants, Solar thermal and solar photovoltaic plants, Wind power plants, Bio-mass plants, Geo-thermal power plant, Tidal power plant. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. R.K. Rajput: Power Plant Engineering: Laxmi Publication P.K. Nag: Power Plant Engineering: Tata McGraw Hill Publisher R.K. Yadav: Steam & Gas Turbines & Power Plant Engineering: Central Publishing House, 7th ed Arora & Dom Kundwar: A Course In Power Plant Engineering: Dhanpat Rai & Sons P.C. Sharma: Power Plant Engineering: S.K. Kataria & Sons


******* ME LAB - V Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1311, ME 1312, ME 1314, All theory subjects in previous semesters

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All areas of Thermal Engg / Design & Manufacturing / Production Engg****


REFRIGERATION (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1201, ME 1206, ME 1309

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Introduction: History, Methods of refrigeration, Ice production, Units of refrigeration, Review of thermodynamics, Difference between heat engine, refrigerator and heat pump. Air Refrigeration System: Carnot and Brayton cycles, Aircraft refrigeration systems - Simple, Boot-strap, Regenerative and reduced ambient system, Advantages and disadvantages. Vapour Compression System: Analysis of simple cycles, Representation on T-s and p-h plot and its use, Methods of improving COP, Actual cycle, Introduction to compound compression and multiple evaporator system, Expression for COP and power required. Vapour Absorption System: Theoretical analysis of VAR. system, Advantages and disadvantages, Practical VAR system, Aqua- ammonia and Lithium- Bromide- Water VAR systems. Refrigerants: Nomenclature, Classification, Desirable properties, Environmental regulations. Application of Refrigeration: Domestic, commercial, industrial and medical refrigeration, Cold- storage, etc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. C. P. Arora: Refrigeration and Air conditioning: TMH, 3/e M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Stocker & Jones: Refrigeration and Air conditioning: TMH Jordan & Preister: Refrigeration and Air conditioning P. N. Ananthanarayan: Refrigeration and Air conditioning: TMH S. K. Kulshrestha: Refrigeration and Air conditioning ASHRAE: ASHRAE Hand Book Of Fundamentals M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Data Book *******


PRINCIPLES OF COMBUSTION (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1305, ME 1309, CH 1101

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Introduction: Review of chemical thermodynamics and chemical kinetics: heat of formation, heat of reaction, calculation of adiabatic flame temperature, equilibrium calculations, Conversation equations for multicomponent systems. Pre-mixed systems: Flammability limits; Detonation and deflagration; Detonation wave structure; Transition from deflagration-to-detonation; Methods of solving laminar flame problems; Effects of different variables on flame speed; Methods of measuring flame velocity; Flame quenching. Non-Pre-mixed systems; Burke-Schumann’s theory of laminar diffusion flames; Droplet burning; Laminar diffusion flames. Burning of solids, spray combustion. Practical aspects of combustion; Combustion and the environment.; fire and combustion; Practical devices; burners, explosives, propulsion methods, combustion chambers. Texts/Reference: 1. Turns: An Introduction to Combustion: Concepts and Applications: McGraw-Hill Education, 3/e ***** ** ADVANCED SOLID MECHANICS (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1209 Thick cylinders: Derivation and solution of differential equations of equilibrium, stresses produced by shrink fit, compound cylinders Rotating rims and discs: Stresses on thin rotating rims and rotating discs of uniform thickness, derivation, solution of differential equations , rotating discs of variable thickness, stresses in flywheel. Columns and struts: Definition, basic structures, Euler’s Equation and Rankin’s formula. Curved beams: Difference between straight and curved beam theories, pure bending of curved beams, Winkler Back theory, bending of curved beams by forces acting in the plane of symmetry, particular cases of curved beam sections. Unsymmetrical bending: Product second moment of area, principal second moment of area, Mohr’s circle of second moment of areas, determination of resultant stresses at a point, orientation of neutral axis, cases of symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections, shear center. Introduction to Fracture mechanics, Contact stresses and Finite element methods. Application of energy method. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. L.S. Srinath: Advance d Mechanics of solids: TMH, 3/e S. S. Rattan: Strength of Material: McGraw-Hill Beer & Johnston: Mechanics of Materials: Tata McGraw-Hill, 5/e Roy R. Craig, Jr: Mechanics of Materials: John Whiley Krishnaswamy, Kulkarni & Gharpure: Advanced Strength of Materials: Khanna Publishers, E. P. Popov: Mechanics of Materials: Pearson Krishna Raju & Gururaja: Advance Mechanics of Solids & Structures: Narosha Publishing House***


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FUNDAMENTALS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1304, ME 1308, ME 1204, HS 1201

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Introduction: The design process, Steps in design process, Morphology of design, Mechanical engineering design, Traditional design methods, Design synthesis, Aesthetic and ergonomic considerations in design, Use of standards in design, Selection of preferred sizes, design for Maintenance (DFM).

Sources of Information and Communicating the Design: The information problem, Copyright and copying, Sources of information, Patents, Elements of communication system, Recording of results, Writing the technical report, Conducting a meeting, Oral presentation, Visual aids and graphics. Materials Selection: Performance characteristics of materials, Materials selection process, Economics of materials, Evaluation methods of materials selection – cost versus performance relation, weighted index, value analysis etc. Manufacturing Considerations in Design: Role of processing in design, Types of manufacturing processes, Economics of manufacturing, Design for castings, Forgings, Sheet metal forming, Design for machining, Powder metallurgy, Welding, Heat treatment, Assembly, Corrosion resistance, Designing with plastics, Concurrent engineering approach. Value Engineering: Introduction, Categories of costs, Methods of developing cost estimates, Cost indexes, Costcapacity factors, Factor methods of cost estimation, Manufacturing costs, Overhead costs, Standard costs, How to price a product, Life cycle costing. Economic Design Making: Mathematics of time value of money, Cost comparison, Depreciation, Taxes, Profitability of investments, Inflation, Sensitivity and break-even analysis, Uncertainty in economic analysis, Benefit cost analysis. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. George Ellwood Dieter: Engineering Design: A Materials and Processing Approach: McGraw-Hill; 4th edition V. B. Bhandari: Design of Machine Elements: TMH, 3/e


PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- HS 1301, HS 1201

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Introduction: Introduction to Production Systems and a Generalized Model of Production, Life cycle of a Production System and Major managerial Decisions, Role of Models in Production Management Financial Evaluation of Capital Decisions: Performance Measures of a Production System, Financial Evaluation of Capital Decisions, Decision Trees and evaluation of risk Designing Products & Services: Introducing New Products and Services, Economic Evaluation of New Products & Services, Product Mix Decisions, Product & Process Design Facility Location and Layout: Plant Location, Process Layouts, Product Layouts and Assembly Line Balancing, Cellular Layouts, Layouts for Advanced Manufacturing Systems Production Planning over Medium Term Horizon: Demand Forecasting, Aggregate Production Planning Operational Decisions over the Short Term: Inventory related Decisions, Material Requirements Planning, Scheduling of Job Shops Project Management: An Overview, Project Identification and Screening, Project Appraisal, Project Selection, Development of Project Network, Project Representation, Consistency and Redundancy in Project Networks, Basic Scheduling with A-O-A Networks, Basic Scheduling with A-O-N Networks, Project Scheduling with Probabilistic Activity Times, Linear Time-Cost Tradeoffs in Projects: A Heuristic Approach, Resource Profiles and levelling, Limited Resource Allocation, Project Monitoring and Control with PERT / Cost, Team Building and Leadership in Projects, Organizational and Behavioral Issues, Project Completion, Review and Future Directions. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Panneerselvam R Publisher: Production & Operations Management: PRENTICE H, Second Edition Chary, S N: Theory And Problems In Production And Operations Management: Tata McGraw-Hill V K Dubey: Production Management-A New Concept: Commonwealth Publishers Kanishka Bedi: Production And Operations Management:: Oxford University Press Muhlemann, Oakland & Lockyer: Production & Operation Management: Macmillan Riggs, J. L: Production Systems: Planning & Control: John Wiley & Sons Mukherjee & Kachwala: Operations Management and Productivity Techniques: PHI Richman: Project Management Step by Step: PHI Chase: Operations and Supply Management (SIE) (with DVD), McGraw-Hill, 12/e Saxena: Production and Operations Management: McGraw-Hill, 2/e



NUMERICAL CONTROL OF MACHINE TOOLS (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1303, ME 1301, EE 1101, EC 1101, ME 1208

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Introduction: Fundamentals of Numerical Control (NC), Computer Numerical control (CNC), Direct Numerical control (DNC), comparison between conventional and CNC systems, Classification of CNC system, Design consideration in CNC machine tools, Industrial applications of CNC, Economic benefit of CNC. System Devices: Drives, Feed back devices, Counting devices, Data Input Devices, Lead screws. Control Systems: Fundamental problems of control, Position or point to point, straight line and contouring control, Machine tool control, Open and closed loop control, Adaptive Control system. Interpolation: Digital differential analyzers (DDA) integrator, DDA hardware interpolator, CNC software interpolators, Software DDA interpolator, Linear and Circular interpolation. NC Part Programming Concepts: NC coordinate system, Part programming terminology, preparatory and miscellaneous Codes, Part programming formats, procedures and methods, Manual programming, Computer aided programming, APT programming and practice. Associated Systems of CNC: Introduction to Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS), CAD/CAM, Industrial robots, CIM systems. Texts/ Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Mehta: Machine Tools Design and Numerical Control: McGraw-Hill, 3/e, Yoram Koren: Computer control of manufacturing system: Mc Graw Hill Book Co. B. L. Jones: Computer Numerical Control: John Wiley and Sons. Chen and Lin: Computer Numerical Control: Glory Educational Resource Inc. Rao, Tiwari and Kunda: Computer Aided Manufacturing: Tata Mc Graw Hill Groover and Zimmer: CAD/CAM: PHI Groover: Automation, Production systems and computer integrated manufacturing: PHI Chang, Wysk and Wang: Computer aided manufacturing: PHI ******* ENGINEERING INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL (Departmental Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1208, ME 1304, ME 1308 Interchangeable system of manufacture, types of interchangeability, limit gauge, Taylor’s gauging principle, design of inspection gauges Surface textures, numerical assessment of surface texture, use of stylus type instruments, measurement of gear elements, gear errors, measurement of thread elements, thread errors. Mechanical, optical, optical mechanical comparators, pneumatic comparator, Optical principles of measurement, toolmaker’s microscope . interferometry. Causes of variation in quality characteristics, principles of quality control by the use of control charts. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. Bewoor: Metrology & Measurement: McGraw-Hill Publishers Gupta: Total Quality Management: McGraw-Hill Publisher, 2/e Mahajan: A text book of metrology: Dhanpat Rai and Co. Halpern: The assurance sciences: Prentice hall of India private limited ******* I.C. ENGINES (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1305 Introduction: Basic design components and nomenclature, Review of Classifications of I.C. engines, working principles of engines, comparison of S.I. and C.I. engine, comparison of two stroke and four stroke cycle engines, engine performance parameters. L 3 T P C 0 0 6 L 3 T P C 0 0 6



Air Standard Cycles and their Analysis:Review of Carnot cycle, Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Limited pressure cycle, Brayton cycle, Stirling cycle, and other cycles. Fuel Air Cycles and their Analysis: Significance, Effect of operating variables, Actual cycles, Various losses in actual cycles, Fuels- important qualities of engine fuels. Carburetion: Factors affecting carburetion, Air-fuel mixtures, The simple carburettor, Essential parts of modern carburettors, Working of various carburettors. Injection: Air injection system, Solid injection system, Common rail system, Injection pump, Nozzle, Quantity of fuel and size of nozzle orifice, Injection in S.I. engine, Battery ignition system, Spark plug, Magneto ignition system, Modern ignition systems, Ignition timing and ignition parameters. Combustion Chamber: Stages of combustion in S.I. engines, Combustion chambers for S.I. engines, Combustion in C.I. engines, Stages of combustion in C.I. engines, Phenomenon of knock in S.I. and C.I. engines. Engine Friction And Lubrication: Lubrication of engine components, Lubrication system, Wet sump and dry lubrication, Properties of lubricants. Measurements and Testing: William`s line method, Morse test, Motoring test, Retardation test, Prony brake, Rope brake, Hydraulic dynamometer, Emission, Fuel consumption, Volumetric type flow meter, Fuel consumption and air consumption measurements, Combustion phenomenon, Performance parameters and characteristics, Two stroke engines, Air pollution due to I.C. engines. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. V. Ganeshan: I. C. Engines: TMH, 4/e Heywood: Internal Combustion Engine Fundamental: TMH, 1/e W. W. Pulkrabek: Engineering Fundamentals of I. C. Engines M. L. Sharma & R.P. Sharma: A course in I. C. Engines *******\ ME-1432 GAS DYNAMICS (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1302 Concept from Thermodynamics: Thermodynamic systems, variables of state, the first principal law, irreversible and reversible processes, perfect gases, the first law applied to reversible processes. specific Heats, the first law applied to irreversible processes, the concept of entropy. The second law, The cononical equation of state. Free energy and free enthalpy, reciprocity relations, entropy and transport processes, equilibrium conditions, mixtures of perfect gases, The law of mass action, dissociation, condensation, real gases in gas dynamics. One-Dimentional Gasdynamics: Introduction, the continuity equation, the energy equation, reservoir conditions, Euler’s equation. The momentum equation, isentropic conditions, speed of sound; Mach number, the area-velocity relation, results from the energy equation, Bernoulli equation; Dynamic pressure, flow at constant area, the normal shock relations for a perfect gas, Hugonot equation, one-dimentional flow with heat addition, one-dimentional flow with friction. Oblique shock and expansion waves, source of oblique waves, oblique shock relations, supersonic flow over wedges and cones, shock polar, regular reflection from a solid boundary, pressure-deflection diagrams, intersection of shocks of opposite families, intersection of shocks of the same family, mach reflection, detached shock wave in front of a blunt body, three-dimentional shock waves, Prandtl-Meyer expansion waves, shock-expansion theory, solution of machangle. Numerical techniques for steady supersonic flow-supersonic nozzle design, method of characteristics for axisymmetric irrotational flow, method of characteristics for rotational (Non-isentropic and non-adiabatic) Flow, introduction to finite differences, Mac-Cormack’s technique, boundary conditions, Rayleigh flow, Fanno flow, effects of viscosity and conductivity, measurement in compressible flow. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. Robert D. Zucker Oscar Biblarz: Fundamentals of gas dynamics: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. John D. Anderson, Jr: Modern Compressible Flow: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company. H. W. Liepmann A. Roshko: Elements of Gas Dynamics: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. E Rathakrishnan: Gas Dynamics: Prentice Hall of India Ltd., New Delhi. L 3 T P C 0 0 6


ROBOTICS AND ROBOT APPLICATIONS (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1301, ME 1303, ME 1307, EC 1101, ME 1208

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Introduction: Brief History, Types of robots, uses of robots, Present status and future trends in robotics, Overview of robot subsystems. Issues in designing and controlling robots: resolution, repeatability and accuracy, transmission, Robot configurations and concept of workspace, Mechanisms and transmission. Robot Anatomy: End effectors and actuators, Different types of grippers: vacuum and other methods of gripping. Pneumatic, hydraulic and electric actuators. Sensors and controllers: Internal and external sensors, position, velocity and acceleration sensors, proximity sensors, force sensors, laser range finder, camera. Micro-controllers, DSP, centralized controllers, real time operating systems. Task specification: Point to point and continuous motion specifications for typical applications, joint interpolation, task space interpolation, executing user specified tasks Robot analysis: Position and orientation of rigid bodies, spatial mechanism description, Denavit-Hartenberg notation, homogenous transformation. Forward and inverse position analysis, velocity mapping, static force analysis, singularities, acceleration mapping. Robot control: Independent joint control, PD and PID feedback, actuator models, nonlinearity of manipulator models, issues in nonlinear control, force feedback, hybrid control Motion planning: Obstacle avoidance, configuration space, road map methods, graph search algorithms, potential field methods. Robot vision: Camera model and perspective transformation, image processing fundamentals for robotic applications, image acquisition and preprocessing. Segmentation and region characterization, object recognition by image matching and based on features, Problem of bin-picking. Futuristic topics in Robotics: Micro-robotics and MEMS (Micro electro mechanical systems), Fabrication technology for micro-robotics, stability issues in legged robots, under-actuated manipulators Case studies: Robot in assembly (Puma), Mobile robot (Nataraj) Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. M. P. Groover: Industrial Robotics: Mc Graw Hill Book Co, 2/e Mittal: Robotics & Control: McGraw-Hill Saha: Introduction to Robotics: McGraw-Hill M. P. Groover: Automation, Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing: PHI J. J. Craig: Introduction to Robotics: Addison Wesley S. R. Deb: Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation: McGraw-Hill, 2/e ******** HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ENGINEERING DESIGN (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1304, ME 1308 Design Process Introduction, The Design Process steps, Detailed Morphology of Design, Considerations in Design, A design example The Engineering designer-tasks and activities, design Process position and trends, Necessity for systematic Design, Historical Background, Current Methods. Study of processes involved in design realization, problem solving process, Study of different methodologies in problem solving process, analysis, synthesis and communication, Study of different case studies on the various aspects of the problem solving in design. Ergonomics: Overview of the subject with its design relevant, Man – the primary system, component, Human compatibility, Comfort and adaptability, Physical(Anthropometry), Physiological and psychological (Behavioral acceptance factors) consideration, Principles of fitting design configuration to the users, Determining lay-out component principles, Man machine environment system and user friendly design practice, Stages of design development, Ergonomics design principles and criteria. Texts/Reference: 1. George E. Dieter: Engineering Design: Mc Graw Hill Book Co. 2. R. C. Mishra Simant: Mechanical System Design: PHI 3. Geoffrey Jordan: System Simulation: PHI 4. Paynee: Introduction to Simulation Programme and Method of Analysis: PHI 5. G. Pahl, W.Beitz, J. Feldhusenm K.H.Grote: Engineering design: Springer


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******** METAL FORMING & METAL CUTTING TECHNOLOGY Seventh Semester (Elective – II) (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1203, ME 1303

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Metal Forming: Classification of forming process, Stress, strain and strain rules, laws, Yield criterion and flow rules, effect of parameters such as strain rate, temperature etc, workability, anisotropy. Friction and lubrication in metal forming processes, Indirect compression processes e.g., Drawing and Extrusion processes, Direct compression processes e.g., forming and rolling, Theory of deep drawing, Load bounding techniques and upper bound estimates of field theory, Bending and forming, High-energy rate forming techniques and their applications, Recent advances in metal forming. Mechanics of Metal Cutting: Tool geometry, Mechanics of orthogonal and oblique cutting, Shear angle relations in orthogonal cutting, Shear angle and chip flow direction in oblique cutting, Chip control methods, Analysis of cutting process, Machining with rotary tools, Thermodynamics of chip formation, Machining at super high speeds, Theories of tool wear, Basic action of cutting fluids, tool life, Factors governing tool life, Machinability-definition and evaluation. Economics of Metal Cutting: Single and multipass machining operations, Criteria, variables, and restrictions for the economical conditions. Dynamic metal cutting: Comparison of steady and dynamic process, Shear angle and force relationships, Grinding mechanics, Wheel characteristics and theory of wheel wear, Lapping, Honning, High speed grinding theory, Grinding of drills, form cutters etc., Problems associated with machining of plastics, Tools for plastic cutting, Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. G K Lal: Introduction to Machining Science: New Age International P K Mishra: Non-Conventional Machining: Narosa Publishing House G. C. Sen and A.Bhattacharya: Principles of Metal Cutting/Principles of Machine Tools: New Central Book Agency, Kolkata. Production Technology:: HMT Publication: TMH A.Ghosh and A.K.Mallik: Manufacturing Science: Wiley Eastern. K. Jain: Manufacturing Engineering Technology: Pearson Education P. N. Rao: Manufacturing Technology: Foundry, Forming and Welding: TMH. De Garmo et al.: "Materials and Processes in Manufacturing", Prentice Hall of India, Eight Edition, 1998. Richara R. Kibbe, John E.Neely, Roland O. Meyer and Warrent T. White: Machine Tool Practices:, Prentice Hall of India, VI Edition, 1999. N. K. Mehta: Machine Tool Design and NC: , Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 3/e 1999. MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1204 Introduction: Classification of composite materials; Fibrous, laminated and particulate composites; Applications of composite materials. Fabrication of Composite Materials: Properties of composite fibres; Fabrication of composites with thermosetting and thermo-plastic resin matrices, metal matrix and ceramic matrix; Experimental characterization of composites, such as uniaxial tension and compression, in-plane shear and bending strength, inter-laminar shear strength and fracture toughness; Damage identification using non-destructive techniques. Macro mechanical behavior of lamina: Stress-strain relations, engineering constants for orthotropic materials, transformation of stress and strain, strength and stiffness of an orthotropic lamina; Biaxial strength theories. Micromechanical behavior of lamina: Introduction, Volume and mass fractions, density and void content, Evaluation of elastic moduli,role of mixtures, ultimate strengths of a unidirectional lamina, coefficients of moisture expansion. Macro mechanical behaviour of laminate: Single layered configurations, symmetric laminates, anti symmetric laminates; Strength of laminates; Inter laminar stresses, Hygrothermal analysis of both lamina as well as laminates. L 3 T P C 0 0 6


Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. Budynas: Advance Strength & Applied Stress Analysis: McGraw-Hill, 2/e Kaw A. K: Mechanics of Composite Materials: CRC press I. M. Daniel and O. Ishai: Engineering Mechanics of Composite materials: Oxford University Press *************** ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS (Departmental Elective – II) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1207, ME 1302 Review of Basic Fluid Mechanics, Navier-stokes equations. Potential flow theory flow around bodies, cylinders and aerofoils, Prediction of velocity and pressure distribution, boundary layer concepts, laminar and turbulent boundary layers, separation criterion, introduction to compressible flow. Velocity of sound and mach number, isentropic flow, flow with friction and heat transfer, analysis of flows with normal & oblique shock waves. Hydraulic machines, classifications, theories & applications. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. *** Pati: Textbook of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines: McGraw-Hill, 1/e Som & Biswas: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines: McGraw-Hill, 3/e Cengel: Fluid Mechanics:, McGraw-Hill, 2/e White: Fluid Mechanics: McGraw-Hill, 7/e Streeter: Fluid Mechanics: McGraw-Hill, 9/e Subramanya: Hydraulic MachinesMcGraw-Hill: 1/e Pati: Textbook of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines: McGraw-Hill, 1/e Som & Biswas: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines: McGraw-Hill, 3/e, L 3 T P C 0 0 6



FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (Open Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1209, ME 1309, MA1101, MA1102, MA1201

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Introduction, historical background, applications, advantages, finite element softwares. Theory of elasticity - stress and equilibrium, stress-strain relationship, strain-displacement, relationship, plane stress, plane strain and axisymmetric approximation. Temperature effects. Potential energy and equilibrium, Principle of minimum potential energy. Discrete and Continuous systems, Rayleigh-Ritz method, Galerkin method. Solution of Algebraic equations, Banded and skyline solutions. Global, Local and Natural coordinates in 1, 2 and 3 dimensions - Area coordinates. Numerical Integration using Gauss quadrature. Finite element modeling - types of elements, Discretization, Mesh generation and numbering. Shape functions - types and properties. Iso parametric formulation. Largrangean and Serendipity elements. One dimensional elasticity problems - discretisation of domain into elements – generalized coordinates approach derivation of elements equations - assembly of element equations - transformation matrices - global equations, load vector, properties of stiffness matrices, imposition of Boundary conditions - penalty and elimination approach, multi-point constraints. Finite element formulation of plane trusses, beams and beams on elastic supports. Finite element formulation of 2D problems using constant strain triangle element and isoparametric quadrilateral element. Axi-symmetric solids subjected to axi-symmetric loading. Features of 3D problems in stress analysis. Scalar field problems - one dimensional heat conduction through composite walls and fins, potential flow. Dynamic problems- Hamilton’s principle, Mass matrices, lumped and consistent formulations. Texts/Reference: 1. Reddy: An Introduction to Finite Element Method: McGraw-Hill, 3/e 2. Hutton: Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis: McGraw-Hill, 1/e 3. Krishnamoorthy: Finite Element Analysis: Theory and Programming: McGraw-Hill, 2/e, 4. T. K. Chandrupatla and A. D. Belegundu: Introduction to Finite Elements In Engineering: Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi 5. S. Rajasekaran: Finite Element Analysis in Engineering Design: Wheeler Publishing, 6. K. S. Bathe & E. L. Wilson: Finite Element Method: Prentice Hall of India 7. R. D. Cook: Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis: Wiley.


PROJECT MANAGEMENT (Open Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- HS 1201, HS 1301

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Project Planning: Project Management scenario, Project Asset – issues & problems, Gantt Chart & LOB, Network Analysis, PERT / CPM, Resource Monitoring & Control. Contract Management: principles of Project Contracts, compilation of Project Contracts, practical aspects of Contract, legal aspects of Project Management, global tender, negotiations for Projects, insurance for Projects. Project Buying: Projects Procurement Process, Life – cycle Costing, Project Cost Reduction methods, Project Stores, organization & HRD issues, Computerization. Investment Feasibility Studies: managing Project Resources Flow, Project Feasibility studies, Project Cost – Capital & Operating , Forecasting Income, Estimation of Investment & ROI, Project Evaluation, Financial Sources, Appraisal Process. Issues in Project Management: Project Audit, Project Monitoring & MIS, Cost Control, Real Time Planning, Intangibles. Project Management: Case Studies. Tests/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Chandra: Projects: McGraw-Hill, 7/e Chitkara: Construction Project Management: Planning, Scheduling and Control (With CD): McGrawHill, 2/e Gray: Project Management: The Managerial Approach (SIE): McGraw-Hill, 4/e, P Gopalkrishnan & V E Ramamurthy: Text Book of Project Management: McMillan. N Singh: Project Management & Control: Himalaya V Desai: Project Management: B M Patel: Project Management: Vikas.


RELIABILITY ENGINEERING (Open Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1208, MA1101, MA1102, MA1201

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Reliability Concept: Reliability and probability, Maintainability and availability, The tasks of reliability, Decision making and failure statistics, Failure probability, Survival probability and age specific future rate, Weibull pdf, Application of failure statistics to reliability prediction for complex plants, Plant availability assessment, Stand- by systems, Multi unit stand-by systems, Derating and maintenance, Reliability testing, Accelerated testing, Sequential testing project management, Human reliability, Super reliability, Safety factor and reliability, Reliability allocation, Effects of environment in reliability assessment, Solutions of reliability to a variety of real engineering problems, Making, Installation and use of computers, Programming, Management prospective. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. Balaguruswamy E: Reliability Engineering: TMH Ebeling: An Introduction to Reliability and Maintainability Engineering: McGraw-Hill, 1/e Birolini A: Reliability Engineering - Theory and Practice: Springer ******** ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND ITS CONTROL (Open Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- CH 1101, ME 1307 Causes effects and control measures- air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, marine pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution, nuclear pollution, solid waste management, causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes, pesticides pollutions, air pollution – SOx, NOx, CO, particulates Solid and water pollution, formation of pollutants, measurement and controls; sources of emissions, effect of operating and design


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parameters on emission, control methods, exhaust emission test, procedures, standards and legislation; environmental audits; emission factors and inventories, global warming. CO 2 emissions, impacts, climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, laws related to environmental pollution. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Cunninghum: Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry & Applications: (by McGraw-Hill, Special Indian Edition), 4/e Keily: Environmental Engineering: McGraw-Hill, (Special Indian Edition),1/e K.P. Srivastava: An Introduction to Environmental Study: Kalyani Publishers, Ludhiana J.A. Nathanson: Basic Environmental Technology: Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi. A. R. W. Jackson and J.M. Jackson: Environmental Sciences: The Environment and Human Impact: Longman Publishers. J. A. Nathanson: Basic Environmental Technology: PrenticeHall of India, New Delhi ******** MECHATRONICS (Open Elective – I) Seventh Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- EE 1101, EC 1101, ME 1301, ME 1304, ME1308 Introduction: Definition – Trends - Control Methods: Standalone, PC Based (Real Time Operating Systems, Graphical User Interface, Simulation) - Applications: SPM, Robot, CNC, FMS, CIM. Signal Conditioning: Introduction – Hardware - Digital I/O, Analog input – ADC, resolution, speed channels Filtering Noise using passive components – Resistors, capacitors - Amplifying signals using OP amps – Software Digital Signal Processing – Low pass , high pass , notch filtering Precision Mechanical Systems: Pneumatic Actuation Systems - Electro-pneumatic Actuation Systems - Hydraulic Actuation Systems - Electro-hydraulic Actuation Systems - Timing Belts – Ball Screw and Nut - Linear Motion Guides - Linear Bearings - Harmonic Transmission - Bearings- Motor / Drive Selection. Electronic Interface Subsystems: TTL, CMOS interfacing - Sensor interfacing – Actuator interfacing – solenoids , motors Isolation schemes- opto coupling, buffer IC’s - Protection schemes – circuit breakers, over current sensing, resetable fuses, thermal dissipation - Power Supply - Bipolar transistors / mosfets Electromechanical Drives: Relays and Solenoids - Stepper Motors - DC brushed motors – DC brushless motors DC servo motors - 4-quadrant servo drives, PWM’s - Pulse Width Modulation – Variable Frequency Drives, Vector Drives - Drive System load calculation. Microcontrollers Overview: 8051 Microcontroller , micro processor structure – Digital Interfacing - Analog Interfacing - Digital to Analog Convertors - Analog to Digital Convertors - Applications. Programming – Assembly, C (LED Blinking, Voltage measurement using ADC). Programmable Logic Controllers: Basic Structure - Programming: Ladder diagram - Timers, Internal Relays and Counters - Shift Registers - Master and Jump Controls - Data Handling - Analog input / output - PLC Selection Application. Programmable Motion Controllers: Introduction - System Transfer Function – Laplace transform and its application in analysing differential equation of a control system - Feedback Devices: Position , Velocity Sensors Optical Incremental encoders - Proximity Sensors : Inductive , Capacitive, Infrared - Continuous and discrete processes - Control System Performance & tuning - Digital Controllers - P, PI, PID Control - Control modes – Position, Velocity and Torque - Velocity Profiles – Trapezoidal - S. Curve - Electronic Gearing - Controlled Velocity Profile - Multi axis Interpolation , PTP , Linear, Circular - Core functionalities – Home, Record position, Go to Position - Applications : SPM, Robotics. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Mahalik: Mechatronics: McGraw-Hill W Bolton: Mechatronics Electronics Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: Pearson Education Press, 3rd edition, 2005. M.D.Singh/J.G.Joshi: Mechatronics: PHI. Newton C Braga: Mechatronics Source Book: Thomson Publications, Chennai. N. Shanmugam / Anuradha: Mechatronics: Agencies Publisers. Devdas shetty/Richard: Mechatronics System Design: Thomson ******


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ME 1403

COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1303, ME 1301, ME 1401

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Introduction: Introduction to CAD/CAM, need of CAD/CAM, product cycle, automation in CAD/CAM and CAD/CAM integration. Computer Aided Design: Computer graphics, principles of geometric modeling, transformations, wire frame, surface and solid modeling, Rapid Prototyping and tooling. Group Technology (GT): Introduction, part families, parts classification and coding systems, GT machine cells, benefits of GT. Process Planning: Basic concepts of process planning, computer aided process planning (CAPP), Retrieval or variant and generative approach of CAPP, Implementation consideration of CAPP. Numerical Control of Machine Tools: Principles of Numerical control (NC), Computer Numerical control (CNC), Direct Numerical control (DNC), comparison between conventional and CNC systems, Classification of CNC system, NC coordinate system, positional control, system devices, interpolators, adaptive control system. NC Part Programming: Concept, format, preparatory and miscellaneous codes, manual part programming, APT programming. FMS and CIM: Introduction to flexible manufacturing system (FMS), the manufacturing cell, tool management and workpiece handling system, transfer lines, types and application of industrial robots, end effectors and grippers of robots, types of manufacturing systems, components of computer integrated manufacturing (CIM), hierarchical computer system, benefits of CIM. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Mehta: Machine Tools Design and Numerical Control: McGraw-Hill, 3/e, Yoram Koren: Computer control of manufacturing system: Mc Graw Hill Book Co. B. L. Jones: Computer Numerical Control: John Wiley and Sons. Chen and Lin: Computer Numerical Control: Glory Educational Resource Inc. Rao, Tiwari and Kunda: Computer Aided Manufacturing: Tata Mc Graw Hill Groover and Zimmer: CAD/CAM: PHI Groover: Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing: PHI Chang, Wysk and wang: Computer Aided Manufacturing: PHI


DIAGNOSTIC MAINTENANCE OF MECHANICAL EQUIPMENTS (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1208, ME 1473

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Introduction: Unplanned and planned maintenance – objectives of planned, preventive and predictive maintenance – conditioned based maintenance and signature analysis, concept of reliability, Availability and maintainability, Fault analysis planning – failure mode and effect analysis, fault tree analysis, case studies, applications in industry. Maintenance: Basic definitions, preventive, operating and shutdown maintenance, level of maintenance, factor influencing Preventive Maintenance, data processing technique, focus on implementing with examples, measuring maintenance effectiveness and maintenance control. Non destructive testing: Its importance, testing to maintenance, principal methods- dye penetrant, magnetic particle testing and ultrasonic tests, Tero- technological approach to maintenance. Fluid Condition and Contaminant Analysis: Carrier fluid degradation, spectroscopy and spectrometric oil analysis procedure, Ferrography, Magnetic Chip detection. Visual testing, Liquid Penetrant inspection, X-ray photography, Application of ultrasonic and acoustic emission for fault detection. Wear: Different types of wear and technique for minimisation of wear with examples . Diagnostic Data processing and decision making, statistical distribution, approach to automated data processing, pattern recognition, Neural network and expert system, case studies. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. B. C. Majumdar: Introduction to Tribology of Bearings: A. H. Wheeler & Co. Ltd A. Cameron and C. M. Mc Ettles: Basic Lubrication Theory: Wiley Eartern Ltd., New Delhi S. Branned: Mechanical Signature Analysis: Theory and Application: Academic Publishers, London

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B. C. Nakra and K. K. Chaudhary: Instrumentation measurements and Analysis: Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing company Sushil Kumar Srivastava: Maintenance Engineering and Management: S. Chand & Company Ltd, NewDelhi R. C. Mishra and K. Pathak: Maintenance Engineering and Management: Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi Gowda: Vibration: McGraw-Hill


MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1101, ME 1202, ME 1301

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Introduction: Basic Concepts, Classification of Vibrations and vibrating Systems, Importance and scope ,Free and forced Vibrations, Linear and Non linear Vibrations, Deterministic and random Vibrations, Elementary Parts Of Vibrating Systems, Examples of harmonic motion, Periodic motion, Discrete and Continuous Systems, Single Degree Of Freedom System: Free vibration Undamped – D.Alembert`s principle and energy method, Natural frequency, Response of equivalent systems and torsional systems. Energy method, Rayleigh’s Method. Damped Free vibration with viscous damping – Logarithmic decrement ,torsion System with Viscous damping, Free vibration with Coulomb damping, damped torsional vibrations, Equivalent Viscous damping, overdamped, critically damped and underdamped vibration. Forced Vibration: Undamped Systems and Damped Systems, Steady state forced vibration, Source of excitation, Impressed harmonic force due to imbalance and motion excitation, Rotating and reciprocating imbalance, Whirling of Rotating Shafts, Vibration Isolation and Force Transmissibility, Response of vibrating Systems under Coulomb and hysteresis damping, Vibration Measuring instruments, Accelerometer and vibrometer.’ Two Degree of Freedom System: Free vibrations of Undamped Systems, torsional Systems, Coordinate Coupling and Principal Coordinates, damped free Vibrations, Forced vibrations of Undamped Systems, Forced vibrations with harmonic excitation, Dynamic Vibration Absorber, Orthogonality principle, Generalized co-ordinates Multi degree of Freedom System: Undamped free vibration of multidegree of freedom system, Classical method, flexibility influence coefficients and stiffness Influence coefficients, Stiffness matrix, Matrix iteration method, Adjoint of Matrix Method, Orthogonality Principle, Analysis of multi degree of freedom system by numerical method, Rayleigh`s upper bound approximation and Dunkerley`s lower bound approximation. Critical speed of shafts: Whirling of uniform shaft, Critical speed of a light shaft with single disc without Damping, Critical speed of shaft with multiple discs, Secondary critical speed. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Gowda: Mechanical Vibrations: McGraw-Hill, 1/e Kelley: Mechanical Vibrations (SIE) (Schaum’s Outline) I.E. Morse And Hinkle: Mechanical Vibration- theory & application: CBS Publishers New Delhi W. T. Thomson: Theory of Vibration with Application: CBS Publishers New Delhi G. K. Grover: Mechanical: New Chand & Brothers, Roorkee K. Pujaria: Vibration and Noise For Engineers: Dhanpat Rai & Sons J. S. Rao & G. K.Guptam: Introductory Courses On Theory And Practice of Mechanical Vibration: Willey Eastern Publishing Ltd Rao V. Dukkipati, J. Srinivas: Mechanical Vibrations: Prentice Hall India R. K. Singal: Mechanical Vibrations: S. K. Kataria & Sons


COMPRESSOR AND GAS TURBINES (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1302, ME 1306, ME 1402

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Gas Turbine Cycles: Analysis of closed and open cycles gas turbines, thermal refinement of gas turbine cycles, regeneration, reheating and intercooling, comparison between open and closed cycles gas turbines, combined steam and gas turbine cycle and its analysis. Propulsion systems: Various types of propulsion devices, turbojet, turboprop and Ram jet engine, thrust power, propulsion efficiency, overall efficiency, effect of altitude, thrust augmentation, rocket propulsion ,liquid propellant and solid propellant rocket engines, uses of rocket propulsion devices.

Principles of rotating machines: General energy equation, review of concept of of static and stagnation head properties, review of concept of aerofoil theory, flow and pressure distribution over aerofoil sections. Centrifugal compressor: Basic components, working principle, velocity triangle, enthalpy-entropy diagram, slip, power input factor, compressor efficiency, pressure coefficient, flow coefficient, degree of reaction, pre-whirl, effect of impeller blade shape on performance, vaned and vaneless diffuser, phenomenon of surging and choking. Axial compressor: Basic components, principle of working, velocity triangle, enthalpy-entropy diagram, work done factor, degree of reaction, polytropic efficiency, pressure coefficient, flow coefficient, compressor stalling. Axial and radial flow turbines: Enthalpy-entropy diagram, turbine and nozzle efficiencies, blade speed ratio, velocity ratio and torque, velocity compounded turbine, reaction turbine, reheat factor, working principle of radial flow turbine, comparison of turbine types. Gas turbine fuels and combustion chamber: Fuels for gas turbines, combustion mechanism, combustion efficiency, combustion chamber requirements, types of combustion chambers, combustion chamber pressure loss. Gas turbine blade materials: Different blade materials for gas turbine, factors influencing the selection of blade materials, cooling of blades, different types of cooling. Performance of gas turbine power plants and its application in different fields: Performance characteristics of compressor and turbine, matching of components, equilibrium running diagram, application of gas turbines in different field Texts/Reference: 1. By Ganesan: Gas Turbine: McGraw-Hill Education, 3/e: 2. S.M. Yahya: Turbines, Compressors and Fans: Satyaprakashana Publishers, New Delhi, 4/e 3. H Rogers: Gas turbine theory: Pearson education 4. Khajuria and Dubey: Gas turbine and Propulsive Systems: DhanpatRai and Sons ******* ME-1444 CONVECTIVE HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1207, ME 1302, ME 1309, ME1471 Conservation equations and boundary conditions, One-dimensional solutions, Heat transfer in laminar developed and developing duct flows, Laminar boundary layers, Similarity and integral solutions, Turbulence fundamentals and modeling, Heat transfer in turbulent boundary layers and turbulent duct flows, Laminar and turbulent free convection, Fundamentals of boiling and condensation, Numerical methods. Text/Reference: 1. 2. W. M. Kays & E. M. Crawford: Convective Heat & Mass Transfer: McGraw-Hill Louis C Burmeister: Convective Heat Transfer ******** PRODUCTION PROCESSES (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1203, ME 1303, ME 1307 Producibility, Automation and Design principles: Processes, Costs and Producibility, Automation and Design principles, Design for Assembly, Measuring and Gauging Parts, Design for N/C, Design for recycling. Metal Removal Methods: Flame Cutting, Contour Sawing, Planing, Shaping and Slotting, Automatic and Shape Turning, Turret Lathe Machining, Automatic Bar and Chucking Machining, Swiss Automatic Machining, Production Milling, Drilling and Boring, Hobbing, Broaching, Gear Shaper Generating, Abrasive Belt Grinding, Production Grinding, Mass finishing, Honing, Lapping, Super finishing. Metal Forming Methods: Metal Spinning, Brake Forming, Roll Forming, Section Contour Forming, Stamping, Deep Drawing, Rotary Swaging and Hammering, Wire Forming. Metal Working and Forging Methods: Die forging, Hot Upsetting, Die Rolling, Hot Extrusion, Cold and Impact Extrusion, Cold Drawing, Cold Heading, Thread and Form Rolling. Metal Deposition Methods: Electroforming, Metal Spraying. Casting Methods: Sand Casting, Permanent Mould Casting, Centrifugal Casting, Die Casting, Plaster Mould Casting, Investment Casting. Moulding Methods: Powder Metallurgy, Plastic Moulding, Rubber Moulding, Ceramic Moulding. Fabrication Methods: Welding, Spot Welding, Seam Welding, Projection Welding, Butt Welding, Brazing. L 3 T P C 0 0 6


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Treating Methods: Heat Treating Steels, Heat Treating Non-ferrous Metals, Shot Peening. Unconventional Methods: Chemical Machining, Electric Discharge Machining. Finishing Methods: Drawing Finish Notes, Cleaning, Powder Brushing, Polishing and Buffing, Painting and Coating. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Rozer William Bolz: Production Processes: The Productivity Hand BookL 5th Edition, Industrial Press Inc. Parashar, B.S. Nagendra, Mittal, R. K: Elements of Manufacturing Processes: PHI NIIT: An Introduction to Engineering Materials and Manufacturing Processes: PHI Kaushish: Manufacturing Processes: PHI, 2/e P.C. Pandey and H.S. Shah: Modern Machining Process: Tata McGraw Hill Lindberg: Process and Materials of Manufacture:– PHI, 4th Ed Degramo, Kohser and Black: Materials and Processes in Manufacturing: PHI, 8th Ed Amstead Ostwald, and Bageman: Manufacturing Processes: John Wiley and sons. HMT: Production Technology ******* TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1401, ME 1425 Introduction: Definition of TQM, Principles of TQM, operational model, TQM system, organization, structure for TQM. World Class Quality & TQM: Customer focus, strategic quality planning, executive leadership, managing for quality, outcome & financial gains; measurement & management – prescriptive to Realistic approach; improved measurement systems. Tools & techniques: 5-S campaign, TQC, Total employee involvement (TEI), problem–solving process, Quality Circles (QC), statistical tools in quality control, quality function deployment (QFD); House of quality – product planning matrix, Taguchi technique, failure mode & effect analysis (FMEA), Poka-Yoke, Kaizen, PDCA cycle. Process capability, Just- in -time (JIT) & TQM: quality production through JIT & Kanban, JIT methods – Waste & its elimination, Jidoka, TPM, TQM Implementation barriers, Total Customer Satisfaction (TCS), Implementing TQM – Case studies Evaluation of standards & ISO-9000 series of standards: History of standards, ISO-9000 series of standards, structure of ISO-9000 series, Benefits of ISO-9000 series. ISO-9001 Quality Management System: Management responsibility, quality system, contract review, design control, document & data control, product identification & traceability, process control, inspection & testing, control of non-conformity products, corrective & preventive action. Quality records, quality audits, training, servicing Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ***** Grant: Statistical Quality Control: McGraw-hill, 7e Jivan: Quality Planning & Analysis Feigenbaum AV: Total Quality Control Ishikawa: What is TQC R. P. Mohanty & R R Lakhe: Hand book of TQM


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EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS (Departmental Elective-III) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1208, ME 1209, ME 1423, ME 1427

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Strain Analysis Methods: Three element rectangular strain rosette, correction, stress gauges, over-deterministic methods for strain analysis, residual stress determination Applications: Application of strain gauges for measurement of load, temperature, pressure, vibration, stress and strain etc. Optical Methods of Stress Analysis: Basic of Optics, Optical Instrumentation Moire Fringe technique-theory and experimental procedures, Fractional fringe measurement- Tardy’s Method , Babinet Soleil Method.

Theory of Photoelasticity: Polariscope- Plane polariscope, Circular polariscope, Different Arrangements photoelastic photography, Photoelastic materials-properties, selection, casting methods, calibration. Analysis Techniques-Determination of direction of Principal stresses at given point, Determination of exact fringe order N and the principal stress Separation methods, Method based on Hooke’s Law, Electrical analogy method, Oblique incidence method, Shear difference method, Scaling model results to prototype Application of photoelasticity to 2D and 3-D Stress analysis Optical methods for Determining Fracture Parameters: Irwins methods, application. of moiré and isopachic fringe pattern to determine stress intensity factor, mixed mode intensity factors Coating Techniques: Bifringent coating- stress-optic and strain-optic relation, sensitivity and coating materials, fringe order determination. Brittle coating technique. Strategy. Holography: Plane and spherical waves - coherence - holographic setup – Interferometry -Displacement measurement - obtaining Isopachics, Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Budynas: Advance Strength & Applied Stress Analysis: McGraw-Hill, 2/e R. S. Sirohi, HC Radhakrishna: Mechanical Measurements: New Age International (P) Ltd. 1997 F. K Garas, J.L. Clarke and GST Armer: Structural Assessment: Butterworths, London, 1987 Dove and Adams: Experimental Stress Analysis and Motion Measurement: Prentice Hall of India, 1965 Sadhu Singh: Experimental Stress Analysis: Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1996 ******* COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1207, ME 1302, ME 1309, CS 1101, MA1101, MA1102, MA1201 Goals of CFD; Problem definition and sources of error; Spatial discretization- interpolation and function approximation, method of weighted residuals for function approximations, Fourier (spectral) interpolation and function approximation, derivatives of functions, finite volume and finite difference schemes for linear/non linear & incompressible/compressible flows; Solution of systems of equations- classical iterative techniques, introduction to multigrid, basic convergence analysis; Navier-Stokes equations- Discretization methods and grids, performance metrics, designing methods, pressure in incompressible flow, implicit convection, specific methods for incompressible flow- fractional step, stream function /vorticity form; turbulence modelling Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Anderson: Computational Fluid Dynamics: McGraw-Hill Publisher Wendt, John F: Computational Fluid Dynamics: Springer Verlag publication, 3rd Ed Joel H. Ferziger & Milovan Peric: Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics: Springer Verlag publication S. Patankar: Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow: Taylor & Francis publication P. Niyogi, S. K. Chakrabartty & M. K Laha: Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: Pearson publication ******* ENERGY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1309, ME 1402 L 3 T P C 0 0 6 L 3 T P C 0 0 6



Trends in energy use patterns, energy and development linkage. Energy economics – simple payback period, time value of money, IRR, NPV, life cycle costing, cost of saved energy, cost of energy generated, examples from energy generation and conservation, importance of energy management. Energy audition: methodology, analysis of past trends plant data, closing the energy balance, laws of thermodynamics, measurements, portable and on line instruments. Energy economics – discount rate, payback period, internal rate of return, life cycle costing. Steam systems: Boiler – efficiency testing, excess air control, steam distribution & use steam traps, condensate recovery, flash steam utilization. Thermal Insulation. Electrical systems: Demand control, power factor correction, load scheduling/shifting, motor drives motor efficiency testing, energy efficient motors, motor speed control. Lighting – lighting levels, efficient options, fixtures, daylighting, timers, energy efficient windows. Energy conservation in pumps, fans (flow control), compressed air systems, refrigeration & air conditioning systems. Waste heat recovery: recuperators, heat wheels, heat pipes, heat pumps. Cogeneration-concept, options (steam/gas turbines/diesel engine based), selection criteria, control strategy. Heat exchanger networking-concept of pinch, target setting, problem table approach, composite curves. Demand side management. Financing energy conservation.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. World energy assessment: Energy and the Challenge of Sustainability: UNDP, New York A. K. N. Reddy, RH Williams, TB Johanson,: Energy after Rio, Prospects and challenges: UNDP, United Nations Publication, New York, 1997 Arnulf Grubler and Alan McDonald edited by Nebojsa Nakicenovic: Global energy perspectives: Cambridge University Press, 1998 ******** ADVANCED MACHINING PROCESSES (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1303, ME 1307 Introduction, characteristics, and need of advanced machining processes, classification. Mechanical Processes:Abrasive Jet Machining (AJM) – Operating principle, equipments, process parameters, applications and limitations. Ultrasonic Machining (USM) – Working principle, equipments, transducers, amplifications, concentrator, feed mechanism, acoustic head clamping, process parameters, applications and limitations. Water Jet Machining (WJM) – Operating principle, equipments, process parameters, applications and limitations. Abrasive flow machining (AFM) - Working principle, equipments, process capabilities and applications. Chemical Processes: Chemical Machining (CHM) – Operating principle, equipments, applications and limitations. Electrochemical Machining (ECM) – Operating principle, equipments, power supply and control, tool design, process parameters, applications and limitations. Electrothermal Processes: Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) – Operating principle, electrode materials, dielectric fluid, gap flushing, equipments, different EDM operations, power generator, WEDM, process parameters and their effects, applications and limitations. Laser Beam Machining (LBM) – Laser fundamentals and the industrial lasers, lasing materials, processing with lasers, machining applications of laser. Electron Beam Machining (EBM) – Process, equipments, process parameters, applications and limitations. Plasma Arc Machining (PAM) –Principle of plasma arc, plasma arc torches, process parameters, advantages and disadvantages. Ion Beam Machining (IBM) – Process, beam source, ion guns, IBM setup, operating principle, process parameters, applications. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Pandey: Modern Machining Process: McGraw-Hill G. F. Benedict, Marcel Dekker Inc: Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes P. K. Mishra: Nonconventional Machining: Narosa Publishing House A. Ghosh & A. K. Mallik: Manufacturing Science: Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd. G. Boothroyd & W.A. Knight: Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group J. A. McGeogh: Advanced Methods of Machining: Chapman & Hall L 3 T P C 0 0 6



AIR CONDITIONING (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite-ME 1206, ME 1421

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Psychometry & Psychrometric Processes: Psychrometric properties, Representation of psychrometric properties in charts, Preparation of psychrometric chart, Constant sensible and latent heat processes, Adiabatic saturation, Adiabatic mixing of air streams, Air-Washer, Sensible heat factors, Apparatus dew point, By pass factor, Humidifying efficiency. Load Calculations: Inside and outside design conditions, Load classification, Summer cooling loads, Introduction to the methods of calculating cooling load and heating load. Comfort Air conditioning: Various comfort indices, Effective temperature, Parameters governing human comfort, Comfort charts and its limitation.

Duct Design And Air Distribution: Pressure drop calculation for various types of duct, Enlargements, Contractions, Branch tube- offs etc., Duct design methods – velocity deduction, equal friction and static regulation, Duct design procedure – dynamic loss coefficient method, equitable length method, air distribution system in rooms, supply and return grills, Air distribution terminology. Air Conditioning Systems: Central and unitary air conditioning, Special features of residential, commercial and industrial air conditioning system, Year round air conditioning. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ***** C.P. Arora: Refrigeration and Air conditioning M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Stocker & Jones: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Jordan & Preister: Refrigeration and Air conditioning P.N. Ananthanarayan: Refrigeration and Air conditioning S.K. Kulshrestha: Refrigeration and Air conditioning ASHRAE: ASHRAE Hand Book of Fundamentals M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Data Book W. Jones: Air Conditioning


DESIGN OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1304, ME 1308, ME 1401, ME 1434

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Engineering process and system approach: Basic concepts of systems,Attributes characterizing a system, system types, Application of system concepts in Engineering, Advantages of system approach, Problems concerning systems, concurrent Engineering. Problem Formulation: Nature of engineering problems, Need statement, hierararchial nature of problem environments, problem scope and constraint. A case study: Heating duct insulation system, High speed belt drive system. System theories: System analysis, Black box approach, state theory approach, component integration approach, Decision process approach, A case study – automobile instrumentation panel system. System Modelling: Need of modelling, model types and purpose, linear systems Mathematical modeling, concepts, A case study compound bar system. Graph modeling and analysis: Graph modeling and analysis process, path problem, Network flow problem, A case study: Material handling concept. Optimization concepts: Optimisation processes, selection of goals and objectives – criteria, methods of optimization, analytical, combinational, subjective. A case study: Aluminium extrusion system. System evaluation: Feasibility assessment, planning horizon, time value of money, Financial Analysis. A case study: Manufacture of maize starch system. Calculus Method for optimization: Model with one decision variables, model with two decision variables, model with equality constraints , model with inequality constraints, A case study: Optimization of an insulation system. Decision Analysis: Elements of a decision problem, decision making, under certainity, uncertainity and conflict probability, density function, expected monetary value, utility value, Bayes theorem. A case study: Installation of machinery. System simulation: Simulation concepts, simulation models, computer application in simulation, simulation process, problem definition, input model construction and solution, limitation of simulation approach. A case study: Inventory in production plant. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Ullmann: Mechanical Design Process: McGraw-Hill, 4/e D D Reredith, KV Wong, RW Woodhead, and Rrworthman: Design and planning of engineering systems: Prentice hall inc: Eagle wood cliffs, New Jersey J R Dixon: Design Engineering: New Delhi. S S Rao: Optimization technique Divid I Cleland, William R kind: System Analysis and project management: McGraw Hill. Robert Matousck: Engineering Design: Blackie and son ltd., Glasgow. ***


** TRIBOLOGY (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1204, ME 1301, ME 1308

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Introduction: Historical background and introduction to Tribology of bearings. Properties and Testing of Lubricants: Types of lubricants and their properties, Viscometry. Basic equations: The generalized Reynolds Equation, Continuity Equation, Energy Equation Idealized Hydrodynamic Bearings: Mechanism of Pressure Development, Plane slider Bearing, Idealized slider bearing with a pivoted shoe, Step bearing, Infinitely long journal bearing, Infinitely short journal bearing. Finite Bearings: Analytical and Numerical Solution, Cavitation and cavitation boundary condition. Oil Flow and Thermal equilibrium: Circumferential flow and axial flow, Heat generation and heat balance, effective temperature of lubricant.. Bearing Design: Practical considerations in bearing design, Design of journal bearings Squeeze Film bearings: Parallel surface bearing, step bearing, some situation under squeeze film lubrication Hydrodynamic Instability: Mechanism of hydrodynamic Instability, Stiffness and damping coefficients Externally pressurized Oil Bearings: Systems of hydrostatic lubrication, Circular step bearings Gas-lubricated Bearings: Governing equations, Limiting solutions, Finite journal bearings, perturbation method. Intorduction of Elastohydrodynamic: Lubrication, Surface Roughness, Effect on Hydrodynamic Bearings and Elastohydrodynamic Line contacts. Ball Bearings, Roller Bearings. Friction of Metals: Laws of friction, Friction Theories, Frictional heating Effect of sliding speed on friction Wear of Metals: Classification of wear, Mechanism of wear, Quantitative laws of wear Texts/Reference: 1. 3. B. C. Majumdar: Introduction to Tribology of Bearings: A. H. Wheeler & Co. Ltd., New Delhi,1999 A. Cameron and C. M. Mc Ettles: Basic Lubrication Theory: Wiley Eastern Ltd., New Delhi, 1987.*** MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEMS (Departmental Elective-IV) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1202, ME 1304, ME 1308, ME 1433, ME 1475 Materials Handling and Storage: Introduction, Scope and Application of Material Handling, Function of material handling, Principles of Material Handling, Factors for Consideration in Material Handling System Design (Engineering factors, economics factor), Roles and Responsibilities of Manager/Supervisor/Foreman, Employees, Material Handling Department, General Requirements such as Personal Protective Equipment, Operating Requirements, Manual Material Handling, Maintenance Requirements Facilities Design: Site Selection- Factors influencing the selection, rural and urban locations, Optimum decision on choice of site and analysis. Plant Layout- Types of production, types of layouts, advantages and disadvantages of layout, factor affecting layout, systematic layout planning Material Handling Devices and Equipments: Vertical devices, Horizontal devices, Combination devices, Material Handling Equipment- Storage and handling equipment, Engineered systems, Industrial trucks, Bulk material handling, On-Rails Transfer Cart, Conveyors, Slings, Pallets, Cantilevered Crane Loading Platform, Cranes, Hoists & Auxiliary Equipment, Excavation Equipment Material Handling System: Unit Load Principle, Unit load specification, Throughput, Response time, Cost, Space and cube utilization, Flexibility, Expandability Material Handling Costs: Total Cost of Ownership, Initial purchase price, Operating expenses (fuel, disposables, etc.), Maintenance costs, Direct and indirect labour costs, Miscellaneous associated costs, Training, Insurance, Damage costs Automated Material Handling: Introduction to Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Components of AGVs, Types of AGVs, Guidance Systems for AGVs, Routing of AGVs, AGVs Control Systems, Robotic Applications in the Industry, Double-Gripper Robot in a Single-Machine Cell Automation and Transfer Machine: Manufacturing system (Mass production, large scale production, small scale production), Conventional machine layout, Flow line system, Transfer machine (in-line transfer machine, rotary indexing table transfer machine, drum type transfer machine), constructional features of a transfer machine Hazards & Hazard Controls and Safety: Definitions, Requirements, Potential hazards for workers, Storage hazards, Lifting Hazards and Safe Lifting Techniques, Safe Material Stacking, Safe Material Storage, Role of Ergonomics in Safe Materials Handling, Proper Use of Mechanical Material Handling Equipment, Application of Hazard Controls in Materials Handling and Storage, Safety and Health Principles, fire safety L 3 T P C 0 0 6


Texts/Reference: Courtney: Mechanical Behavior of Materials: McGraw-Hill, 2/e Robert M Eastman: Materials Handling: Taylor & Francis publishing K C Arora: Aspects of Materials Handling: Laxmi publishing. Allegri: Materials Handling Principles and Practice: CBS publishing. Sidhartha Ray: Introduction to Materials Handling: New Age International Publishing. Richard Platts: Computing Needs for Automated Material Handling: Blackwell Publishing John R Immer: Materials Handling: McGraw-Hill, publishing. Matthew P Stephens, Fred E Meyers: Manufacturing Facilities Design and Material Handling: Prentice Hall Publishing, 4th Edition 9. K H E Kroemer, Karl Kroemer: Ergonomic Design for Material Handling Systems: CRC Press Publishin 10. Ray T K: Mechanical Handling Of Materials: Asian Books Pvt Ltd Publishing ***** ME-1461 NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1201, ME 1206, ME 1207, ME 1302, ME 1402 Introduction: Various non-conventional energy resources, potential of renewable energy sources-global as well as Indian scenario. Solar energy: Solar radiation, measurement of solar radiation, solar collector-flat plate and concentrating, collector efficiency, storage of solar energy, application of solar energy. Solar PVS Wind energy: Principles of wind energy conversion, various types of wind machines. Energy from bio-mass: Bio-mass conversion technologies, different types of bio gas plants, thermal gasification of boi-mass. Geothermal energy: Geothermal resources, advantages and disadvantages over other non-conventional energy resources., Energy from the ocean: Ocean thermal energy conversion, open and closed cycle, hybrid cycle, introduction to tidal energy. Hydrogen energy: Production, storage of hydrogen energy, application. MHD power generation: Principle of MHD power generation, open and closed cycle systems. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Khan B.H: Non-Conventional Energy Resources: McGraw-Hill, 2e Sukhatme: Solar Energy : Principles of Thermal Collection and Storage: McGarw-Hill Grag: Solar Energy: Fundamentalsand Applications: McGraw-Hill, 1st Revised Edition) Kristoferson, LA & Bokalders, V Pergamon: Renewable energy Technologies S Hasan Saeed & D.K. Sharma: Non-conventional Energy Resources: S.K. Kataria & Sons. L 3 T P C 0 0 6 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.


VISCOUS FLUID FLOW (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1207, ME 1302

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Preliminary concepts, Conservation of mass, momentum and energy, Exact solutions of the viscous flow equation : Couette flows, Poiseuille flow through ducts, unsteady duct flows, Laminar boundary- layers integral analysis and similar solutions, Laminar free- shear flows : jet, wake and plume, Stability of laminar flows, Turbulent flow : fundamentals, Reynolds- averaged equations, velocity profile in wall-bounded flows, turbulent flow in pipes and channels, turbulent free- shear flows (jet, wake and plume), Turbulence modelling: zero, one, two equation models of turbulence, Numerical methods. Texts/Reference: 1. Frank M White: Viscous Fluid Flow: McGraw Hill Publication, 3rd Ed


ADVANCED REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME1206, ME 1421

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Air-Craft Refrigeration System: Simple, Boot-strap, Regenerative and reduced ambient system, Actual cycles, Comparison and selection of air-craft refrigeration systems, Advantages and disadvantages. Vapour Compression System: Actual cycle and its deviation from theoretical cycle, Compound compression systems, Multiple evaporator systems, Binary refrigeration systems, Production of dry ice, Thermodynamic analysis of these systems, practical applications. Vapour Absorption System: Thermodynamic analysis of practical VAR system, Components, Single-stage and multi-stage Aqua- ammonia VAR system, Single-stage and multi-stage Lithium- Bromide-Water VAR systems, Three-fluid systems. Non-Conventional Refrigeration System: Steam jet refrigeration system, Thermometric refrigeration system, Vortex- tube refrigeration system, Thermodynamic analysis of these systems, Merits and demerits of each system and their applications. Refrigerants: Important refrigerants and their comparisons, Selection of refrigerants, Effect of environmental regulations on selection of refrigerants, Replacement, recycling of refrigerants. Refrigerating Equipments: Compressors, Condensers, Expansion devices, Evaporators, Pipings, Line valves, Solenoid valves, Oil separators, Defrosting, Filters, Moisture indicators, purging 2 T.P. & controls. Application of Refrigeration: Domestic, commercial, industrial, transport, and medical refrigeration, Preservation of food spoilage, Method of preservation, Cold- storage, Low temperature refrigeration. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. ME-1464 C.P. Arora: Refrigeration and Air conditioning M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Stocker & Jones: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Jordan & Preister: Refrigeration and Air conditioning P.N. Ananthanarayan: Refrigeration and Air conditioning S.K. Kulshrestha: Refrigeration and Air conditioning ASHRAE: ASHRAE Hand Book of Fundamentals M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Data Book**** * METAL CUTTING AND CUTTING TOOL DESIGN (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1303, ME 1435, Tool geometry, The essential features of metal cutting, the chip, technique for study of chip formation, chip shape, chip formation, the chip tool interface, chip flow under condition of seizure, Merchant circle diagram, stress on the shear plane, forces in flow zone, the shear plane angle and minimum energy theory, tool wear, types of tool wear, tool life criteria, work-piece interaction in machining tests, design of the tool shape on the basis of machining responses. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. A, Bhattacharyya: Metal cutting, Theory and practice: Central book publishers, 8/1, Chintamoni Das Calcutta E.M. Trent: Metal Cutting: Butterworths K.P. Sinha, S.C. Prasad: Theory of Metal Forming and Metal Cutting: Dhanpat Rai & Sons L 3 T 0 P 0 C 6


THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1209, ME 1423

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Theory of Elasticity: Concept of stress, stress tensors, equilibrium equations, octahedral stresses, concept of strain, strain tensors, generalized Hooke’s law, elastic strain energy.

Constitutive relations, equilibrium equations, compatibility equations and boundary conditions in 2-D and 3-D cases. Transformation of stress and strain at a point, Principal stresses and principal strains, invariants of stress and strain. Plane stress and plane strain: Airy’s stress function approach to 2-D problems of elasticity, simple problems. Solution of axi-symmetric problems, stress concentration due to the presence of circular hole in plates. Elementary problems of elasticity in 3-D, stretching of a prismatic bar by its own weight, torsion of circular and non-circular shafts, membrane analogy. Theory of Plasticity Introduction to ideally plastic solids: Ideally plastic solid, stress space and strain space, General nature of the yield locus, Yield surfaces of Tresca and Von Mises, plastic work, effective stress, effective strain, stress-strain relations (plastic flow), principle of normality, Prandtl-Reuss equations, Saint Venant – Von Mises equations, incremental and deformation theories, convexity of yield surface. Theory of instability during plastic deformation. Slip line field theory: introduction, basic equations for incompressible two dimensional flow, stresses in conditions of plain strain, convention for slip lines, solutions of plastic deformation problem, Geometry of slip line field, Properties of the slip lines, construction of slip line fields and hodographs. Elastic-Perfect Plasticity: Introduction, elastic-plastic bending of beams, elastic-plastic torsion, thick-walled, pressurized cylinder, thin disc under pressure and rotating disc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Timoshenko & Goodier: Theory of Elasticity: McGraw Hill Srinath L. S: Advanced Mechanics of Solids: Tata McGraw Hill Popov EP: Introduction of Mechanics of Solids: PHI Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi Chakraborty: Theory of Plasticity: Elsevier Narayanasamy and Ponalagusamy: Theory of Engineering Plasticity: Ahuja Book Co. Pvt. Ltd Rees D.W.A: Basic Engineering Plasticity: Elsevier AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM DESIGN (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1206, ME 1309, ME 1421, ME 1434 Psychrometric Processes: Review of psychrometric properties, Review of psychrometric processes. Design Conditions: Choice of inside and outside design conditions, Parameters governing human comfort, Various comfort indices, Choice of supply design conditions, Clean spaces. Design of Air Conditioning Apparatus: Design of cooling and dehumidifying coils, Air washer and Cooling Towers. Load Analysis: Inside and outside design conditions, Load classification, Summer cooling loads, Solar terminology, Sun motion, Solar angles and their relationships, Calculation of solar radiation intensities, Solar heat gain through transparent bodies (e,g, glass), Transmission heat gain through building materials, Flywheel effect of building materials, Methods of calculating cooling load through building material, Loads due to human beings, Electric equipments and appliances, Infiltration and ventilation loads, Product loads, Miscellaneous loads such as duct heat gain, air leakage, pumps, Winter heat load- computation of loads, Cooling and heating load calculation methods. Duct Design: Pressure drop calculation for various types of duct, Enlargements, Contractions, Branch tube- offs etc., Duct design methods – velocity deduction, equal friction and static regulation, Duct design procedure – dynamic loss coefficient method, equitable length method, Case studies on duct design. Room Air Distribution: Air distribution terminology, air distribution system in rooms, supply and return grills, Case studies. Air Conditioning Systems: Central and unitary air conditioning, Special features of residential, commercial and industrial air conditioning system, Year round air conditioning. Equipments: Fans- types, characteristics, fan selection, Air filter and cleaner, Cooling tower, Condensers, Cooling coil and chemical dehumidifiers, Heaters, etc. Instruments And Control: Temperature, Humidity, Air velocity measuring instruments, Thermostats, Humidistats, By pass and damper control, Dew point control, Noise control, Pneumatic control, etc. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. C.P. Arora: Refrigeration and Air conditioning M. Prasad: Refrigeration and Air conditioning Stocker & Jones: Refrigeration and Air conditioning W. Jones: Air conditioning P.N. Ananthanarayan: Refrigeration and Air conditioning ASHRAE: ASHRAE Hand Book of Fundamentals L 3 T P C 0 0 6

ME- 1466


RAPID PROTOTYPING (Departmental Elective-V) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1307

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Current Trends in Design and Manufacturing; the role of Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Tooling; General features and classifications of Generative Manufacturing Processes. Two dimensional Layer by Layer Techniques: Stereo Lithography with photopolymerisation, liquid thermal polymerisation, solid foil polymerisation, selective laser sintering, selective powder binding, ballistic particle manufacturing, fused deposition modelling, shape melting, laminated object manufacturing, solid round curing, repeatative masking and deposition. Three Dimensional Techniques for Rapid Prototyping: Beam Interference Solidification, Ballistic particle manufacturing, Holographic Interference Solidification. Rapid Tooling: Techniques and procedures; Economics of Rapid Prototype and Rapid Tooling. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. Amitabha Ghosh: Rapid Prototyping - A Brief Introduction: East West Publishers Frank W: Rapid Prototyping and Engineering Applications: A Toolbox for Prototype Development: Liou, Crc Press Chua: Rapid Prototyping: Cambridge


ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (Open Elective-II) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- HS 1301, HS 1201, ME 1401

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Evolvement of entrepreneurship from economic theory, Entrepreneurship and characteristics of entrepreneurs, Need for education on entrepreneurship, Competency and entrepreneurial competencies. Creativity as a prerequisite to innovation, Innovation and entrepreneurship. Self-assessment and window Self-reflecting self- awareness, Decision-making, Leadership, Motivation. Concept of a planning paradigm for a new venture, Founstase growth model, Fundamentals of feasibility plan. An introduction to patents, trademarks and spy rights, intellectual property right, Business opportunity identification, Need, scope and characteristics of a small scale business industry. Marketing concept, Fundamentals of marketing, Distribution, Promotion, Pricing, Marketing strategy, Break-even analysis. Total quality management, ISO standards, Management information system, Concept of Intellectual Property Right (IPR), Patent, Copyright, and Trademark. Project planning and preliminary project report. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Shankar: Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice: McGraw-Hill Hisrich: Entrepreneurship, by: McGraw-Hill, (Special Indian Edition), 6e A.K. Singh: Entrepreneurship Development & Management: Laxmi Publication David H. Holt: Entrepreneurship: - new venture creation: Prentice Hall Publication Randolph & Ponker: Effective Project Planning & Management: Longman Higher Education


HYDRAULIC MACHINES (Open Elective-II) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1302, ME 1306

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Principles of Hydraulic Machines: Impulse momentum equation, Impact of jet force on stationary flat plates and curved vanes, Force on moving fixed plate and curved vanes, Force on a series of moving flat plates and curved vanes, Euler`s equation of turbo- machines, Jet propulsion of ships.

Hydro- electric Developments: Water wheels- their types and working principles, Advantages and disadvantages of water wheels, Development of water turbines- their classifications and working principles, Advantages of water turbines, Hydro-electric plants- their classification, essential components and layouts, Advantages of hydroelectric plants, Pumped storage plants. Impulse Turbines: Work done by impulse turbine, Power produced by impulse turbine, Efficiencies of an impulse turbine, Design of Pelton wheel turbine, Other impulse turbines. Reaction Turbines: Differences between an impulse and a reaction turbine, Classification of reaction turbines, Power produced by a reaction turbine, Efficiencies of reaction turbine, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine, Cavitation in reaction turbines, Draft tubes, Types of draft tubes, Efficiencies of draft tube, Other reaction turbines. Governing of Turbines: Purpose of governing, Elements of governing system, Double regulation of turbines, Governing of impulse turbines, Governing of reaction turbines, Relief valve or pressure regulator. Performance of Turbines: Characteristic of turbines, Unit power, Unit speed and unit discharge, Specific speed of a turbine- their significances, Selection of turbines based on Head of water and also based on specific speed, Characteristic curves of turbines. Reciprocating Pumps: Pumps and its classification, Reciprocating pump- types, discharge and power required, Slip of the pump, Indicator diagram, Variation of pressure in the suction and delivery pipes on the indicator diagram, Maximum speed of the rotating crank with air vessels, Work done against friction with or without air vessels, Work saved against friction. Centrifugal Pump: Advantages of centrifugal pump over reciprocating pump, Components of centrifugal pump, Working of a centrifugal pump, Working by the impeller, Heads of pumps, Losses and efficiencies, Multistage centrifugal pumps, Specific speed, Characteristic of a centrifugal pump, Priming, Minimum starting speed, Selection of pumps, operational difficulties in centrifugal pumps. Miscellaneous Types of Pumps: Multi- cylinder pumps, Rotary pumps, Air lift pumps, Jet Pumps, Gear pumps. Hydraulic Devices: Hydraulic accumulator, Hydraulic intensifier, Hydraulic press, Hydraulic coupling, Torque converter, Hydraulic brakes, Hydraulic cranes. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Subramanya: Hydraulic Machines: McGraw-Hill Jagdish Lal: Hydraulic Machines: Metropolitan Publication Banga & Sharma: Hydraulic Machines: Khanna Publishers R.K. Bansal: Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines: Laxmi Publication, 9th Ed Vasandani: Hydraulic Machines Theory & Design: Khanna Publishers S.S. Rattan: Fluid Machines: Khanna Publishers


SOLAR ARCHITECTURE (Open Elective-II) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- PH 1101, ME 1206, ME 1309

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Thermal Comfort: General introduction, Parameters governing thermal comfort, Heat exchange of body with environment, Various comfort indices, Psychometric and psychometric chart, Comfort chart. Climate & Solar Nomenclature: Climate change due to land, water, wind etc. Classification of climates, Sun motion, Solar angles and their relationships, Calculation of solar radiation intensities, Basic solar collectors, Shading devices. Building with Solar Exposures: Various building forms and surface areas, Mutual shading of buildings, Building orientations with respect to sun, Efficiencies of building forms, Building penetration and its effect. Passive Concepts & Components: Passive heating concepts- direct gain, indirect gain, sun space and indirect gain, Passive cooling concepts – minimization of beam radiation, Thick walls and roofs, Evaporative cooling, Radiative cooling, Cavity walls, Exploitation of wind, water earth for cooling, Sky therm, Vary therm wall, Earth shattered structure, Earth – air tunnels, Ventilation components. Heat Transfer in Buildings: Modes of heat transfer- basic concepts, Surface coefficients, Overall thermal transmittance for various walls and roofs, Heat transfer due to ventilation/infiltration, Intermittent heat transfer. Mathematical Modelling of Passive Concepts: Approximate methods- degree day method, steady state method, Correlation methods, Analytical methods- thermal circuit analysis, Finite difference approach, Response factor method, Periodic solution method. Evaporative Cooling: Historical background, Basic principle and classification, Climate conditions, Direct types of E.C, Indirect type of E.C, 2- stage E.C, Earth cooling, Earth air tunnel systems. Typical Design of Solar Passive Buildings: Case studies – For cold climate- the hedge type, ware house type, solarium and trembe wall type etc. For tropical climate – skytherm systems, For arid climate and for humid climate.

Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. M. S. Sodha, N. K. Bansal & A. Kumar: Solar Passive Building- Science & Design N.K. Bansal & G. Hanser: Passive Building Design- A Hand Book of Natural Climate Control C.P. Arora: Refrigeration and Air conditioning ASHRAE: ASHRAE Hand Book of Fundamentals INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMUM DESIGN (Open Elective-II) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1401, ME 1425, MA1101, MA1102, MA1201 Introduction: Need of optimum designs. Basic terminologies - design variables, objective functions, constraints, and variable bounds. Different types of optimization problems - single variable, multivariable, linear, non-linear, real/integer/discrete, single-objective, and multi-objective. Problem formulation. Fundamental concepts global/absolute optimum point, local/relative optimum point, inflection point, and convex programming problems. Single-variable unconstrained optimization: Graphical method. Exact method based on necessary condition. Direct search methods - bracketing the optimum point by exhaustive search method and bounding phase method, and refining the optimum point by interval halving method and golden section search method. Gradient-based methods - Newton-Raphson method, bisection method, and secant method. Multi-variable unconstrained optimization: Fundamental concepts - gradient vector and Hessian matrix. Exact method based on necessary condition. Direct search methods - Simplex search method, Hooke-Jeeves pattern search method, and Powell's conjugate search method. Gradient-based methods - Cauchy's steepest decent method, Newton's method, and Marquardt's method. Multi-variable constrained optimization: Linear programming problems - Graphical and Simplex methods. Nonlinear programming problems - Kuhn-Tucker conditions and sensitivity analysis. Transformation methods Penalty function method and method of multipliers (augmented Lagrangian method). Direct search methods Variable elimination method, complex search method, and random search method. Gradient-based linearized methods - Taylor series expansion and unidirectional search, move limit method, Frank-Wolfe method, cutting plane method, and feasible direction method. Integer programming Methods: Penalty function method, cutting plane method, and branch-and-bound method. L 3 T P C 0 0 6


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ME 1485

MEMS AND NANO-TECHNOLOGY (Open Elective-II) Eighth Semester (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Pre-requisite- ME 1204, ME 1307, EE 1101, EC 1101

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Overview of MEMS and microsystems, microelectronics, microfabrication, miniaturization, typical MEMS and microsystems products. Working principles of microsystems: microsensors, microactuation, MEMS with microactuators, microfluidics, microvalves, micropumps, micro-heat pipes. Overview of materials for MEMS and microsystems: atomic structure of matter, ions and ionization, doping of semiconductors, diffusion process, electrochemistry. Microsystem fabrication: photolithography, ion implantation, diffusion, oxidation, chemical vapor deposition, physical vapor deposition, sputtering, etching. Micromanufacturing: bulk micromanufacturing, surface micromanufacturing, LIGA process. Assembly, packaging and testing of microsystems: overview of microassembly, microassembly processes, major technical problems of microassembly, microsystem packaging and its levels, essential packaging technologies, reliability and testing in MEMS packaging.

Nanotechnology: Introduction, introduction to physics of the solid state, properties of individual nano particles, carbon nano-tubes, and bulk nano structured materials. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Mahalik: MEMS:, McGraw-Hill, 1/e Tai-Ran Hsu: MEMS and Microsystems: Design, Manufacture, and Nanoscale Engineering: McGrawHill Pradeep: A Textbook of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: McGraw-Hill, 1/e N. P. Mahalik: Micromanufacturing and Nanotechnology: Springer Nadim Maluf, Kirt Williams: An Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems Engineering: Artech House, Inc. Mark Ratner, Danier Ratner: Nanotechnology: Pearson Education Inc. Charles P. Poole Jr. & Frank J. Owens: Introduction to Nanotechnology: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Roger, Pennathur, Adams: Nanotechnology Understanding Small systems: CRC Press Stephen Beeby, Graham Ensell, Michael Kraft, Neil White: MEMS Mechanical Sensors: Artech House, Inc. Mohamed Gad-el-Hak: MEMS Introduction and Fundamentals: CRC Press

ME 1486


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Unit 1: Fundamentals of Product Development: Global Trends Analysis and Product decision: Types of various trends affecting product decision - Social Trends (Demographic, Behavioral, Psychographic), Technical Trends (Technology, Applications, Tools, Methods), Economical Trends (Market, Economy, GDP, Income Levels, Spending Pattern, target cost, TCO), Environmental Trends (Environmental Regulations and Compliance), Political/Policy Trends (Regulations, Political Scenario, IP Trends and Company Policies); PESTLE Analysis. Introduction to Product Development Methodologies and Management: Overview of Products and Services (Consumer product, Industrial product, ‘specialty’ products etc.,); Types of Product Development (NPD/ ReEngineering (Enhancements, Cost Improvements), Reverse Engineering/ Design Porting & Homologation); Overview of Product Development methodologies (Over the Wall / Waterfall/ V-Model/ Stage-Gate Process/ Spiral/Systems Engineering/ Agile); Product Life Cycle (S-Curve, Reverse Bath tub Curve); Product Development Planning and Management (Budgeting, Risk, Resources and Design Collaboration, Scheduling, Change Management, Product Cost Management). Unit 2: Requirements and System Design Requirement Engineering: Types of Requirements (Functional, Performance, Physical, Regulatory, Economical, Behavioral, Technical, Stakeholder, Environmental, Industry specific, Internal-Company Specific); Requirement Engineering (Gathering (VOC), Analysis (QFD), Design Specification); Traceability Matrix and Analysis; Requirement Management. System Design & Modeling: Introduction to System Modeling; System Optimization; System Specification; SubSystem Design; Interface Design. Unit 3: Design and Testing Conceptualization: Industrial Design and User Interface Design; Introduction to Concept generation Techniques; Concept Screening & Evaluation - Concept Design, S/W Architecture, Hardware Schematics and simulation. Detailed Design: Component Design and Verification; High Level Design/Low Level Design of S/W Programs, S/W Testing; Hardware Schematic, Component design, Layout and Hardware Testing. Prototyping: Types of Prototypes (Mockups, Engineering Assessment Prototype, Alpha, Beta, Gama); Introduction to Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing. System Integration, Testing, Certification and Documentation: Manufacturing/Purchase and Assembly of Systems; Integration of Mechanical, Embedded and S/W systems; Introduction to Product verification processes and stages – Industry specific (DFMEA, FEA, CFD); Introduction to Product validation processes and stages - Industry specific

(Sub-system Testing/ Integration Testing/ Functional Testing/ Performance Testing / Compliance Testing); Product Testing standards and Certification – Industry specific; Product Documentation (Compliance Documentation, Catalogue, Brochures, user manual, maintenance Manual, Spares Parts List, Warranty, Disposal Guide, IETMS, Web Tools). Unit 4: Sustenance Engineering and End-of-Life (EoL) Support Sustenance: Maintenance and Repair; Enhancements. Product EoL: Obsolescence Management; Configuration Management; EoL Disposal. Unit 5: Business Dynamics – Engineering Services Industry The Industry: Engineering Services Industry – overview; Product development in Industry versus Academia. The IPD Essentials: Introduction to vertical specific product development processes; Product development Tradeoffs; Intellectual Property Rights and Confidentiality; Security and configuration management. Text book: Student handbook, NASSCOM Reference books: a) Karl T. Ulrich and Steven D. Eppinger, “Product Design and Development 4th edition”, Irwin McGrawHill, 2008 Akao, Y.,ed. (1990). Quality Function Deployment, Productivity Press, Cambridge MA. Becker Associates Inc Ullman, David G., “The Mechanical Design Process”, Mc Graw-Hill, 4th edition, 2009 Kevin Otto, Kristin Wood, “Product design techniques in reverse engineering and new product development”, Pearson, India, 2001 Sandborn P, Myers J. “Designing engineering systems for sustainability”. In: Misra KB, editor. Handbook of performability engineering. London: Springer; 2008. P. 81-103.


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ME 1487

OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ENGINEERING (Open Elective) (Mechanical Engineering Branch) Prerequisite: ME1101, CE 1101, EE 1101, EC1101

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Unit 1: Classification and Nomenclature of Construction and Earthmoving Equipment (Ref : ISO 6165) Construction Equipment: Back hoe loaders, Dozers, Loaders, Excavators. Road construction Equipment: Paver, Graders, Compactors. Mining Equipment: Dump trucks, Blast drill. Unit 2: Detailed Specification for different machines: Specification for construction machines- back hoe loader, Excavator, Wheel loader. Unit 3a: Description about system and part level Categorization, Functions, Selection and Sizing: Transmission & Driveline: Types of transmission, Clutch, Gear box, Shifting Mechanism, Gear Reduction drives. Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Motor, pump, Valves, Coupling, actuator, cylinders, accumulator. Structures: Cantilever & simply supported beam, Sheet metal & plate design. Electronics, Electrical & Embedded: Sensors, Strain gages, Data acquisition device, signal processing device, GPS. Cab & styling: FOPS (Falling Over Protection Systems), ROPS (Rolling Over Protection Systems), Ergonomics & safety, Trims, Operator interfaces. Machine Integration: Aggregate integration, power train integration, Hydraulic, E&E. Unit 4: Accessories of Construction machines: Design & Details of Bucket, Blades, Arms, boom, dipper.

Unit 5: Regulations & Homologation requirements: Indian Regulations and foreign homologation (US/EU) requirements for Construction Equipment. Unit 6: Digital & Physical Design Validations Techniques: Aggregate level Validation Techniques. Equipment level Validations Techniques. Case Study: Equipment Product development life cycle, Selection, Application, Commercial Feasibility Study: VOC, Market study analysis, Business case preparation. Back hoe loader for Indian market. Selection process for some applications. Practical/Lab Sessions Displays & Experiments Unit 3b: Part and Functional level displays (may be in working models): Heavy Engines & Transmission: Gear box sliding mesh, constant mesh, Synchromesh, Differential, Clutches Hydraulics & Pneumatics: Types of Hydraulic motor and Pump, Valves, Cylinders. Electronics & Electrical: Strain gauges. Experiments/papers: 1. Single strain gauge circuit demonstration on a structure to measure strain. 2. Hydraulic circuit design using ISO symbols for Boom-bucket four bar linkage system 3. Pump-Motor selection with given torque, rpm and pressure system. 4. Teardown Benchmarking & VA/VE.

CH 1101

CHEMISTRY All Branch- 1st/ 2nd Sem


Water and Its Treatment: Sources of water, impurities in water, hardness of water, its disadvantages, boiler scale and its prevention, caustic embrittlement, boiler corrosion, Industrial methods for treatment of water, domestic water treatment, B.O.D. and C.O.D. Air Pollution: Classification and properties of air pollutants and their sources, Chemical behaviour in the earth atmosphere, photochemical smog, Effects of air pollution on human health and vegetation, Air pollution control: General methods. Engineering Materials: Lime and Cement: Composition and manufacture of Lime and Portland cement, setting and hardening of cement, reinforced construction and decay of cements. Fuel: Coal: source, classification, carbonization of coal, Analysis of coal, Determination of calorific value of coal by Bomb Calorimeter. Petroleum: cracking of hydrocarbons, knocking, octane number and cetane number , synthetic petrol and petrochemicals, and bio‐fuels. Polymer and Plastics: Mechanism of polymerization, Molecular weight of polymers, Amorphous and crystalline polymers, Bio‐polymers, degradation of polymers, commercially important thermoplastics and thermosetting plastics, Recycling of plastics, Conductivity and chemical resistance of polymers. Lubricants: Introduction, functions and mechanisms of Lubricants, Classification of Lubricants, properties and testing of lubricating oils. Surface/ Adsorption Science: Adsorption: chemisorption and physisorption, application of adsorption of gases on solids. Langmuir’s adsorption isotherm, Freundlich’s adsorption isotherm, BET theory of multi‐layer adsorption (qualitative), adsorption chromatography, colloidal particles, surfactants, micelles, Enzyme catalysis, Criteria for choosing catalyst for industrial processes. Corrosion Science and control: Introduction, mechanism of Corrosion, factors affecting Corrosion, passivity, protective measures against Corrosion: cathodic protection, prevention of Corrosion by material selection and design, use of protective coatings. Nano‐Chemistry: Synthesis, properties and applications, specialized techniques for the characterization of nano materials. Books: 1. Engineering Chemistry – Jain, Jain (Dhanpat Rai) 2. Engineering Chemistry – Chawala S. (Dhanpat Rai) 3. Engineering Chemistry – Dara S. S. (S Chand) 4. Environmental Chemistry – Dey A. K. (New Age) 5. Physical Chemistry – Glasstone S. (Macmillan India) 6. Quantitative Chemical Analysis – Vogel A. I. (Longman) 7. Physical Chemistry – Moore W. (Prentice‐Hall) 8. University Chemistry – Mahan B. H. (Narosa) 9. Physical Chemistry – Levine I. N. (McGraw Hill) 10. Analytical Chemistry – Kennedy J. H. (Harcourt‐Brace Jovanovich) CH 1111 CHEMISTRY LABRATORY All Branch- 1st/ 2nd Sem Prerequisites: None 0-0-2-2

To determine the strength of Iron (ll) solution volumetrically following the principles of Redox Titration. To determine the strength of Iron (lll) solution volumetrically following the principles of Redox Titration. To determine the strength of copper (ll) solution volumetrically using standard Hypo solution. To determine the strength of copper (ll) solution volumetrically using standard KMnO4 solution Determination of total Hardness of water using Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetate ( EDTA ) Determination of Temporary and Permanent Hardness of water To determine the strength of Mg (ll) using Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetate ( EDTA ) To determine the alkalinity of water titrimetrically using two indicators. To determine the amount of Residual Chlorine using standard Hypo solution. To determine the dissolved oxygen present in surface water and to identify the quality of water.

Books: 1 Vogel’s Quantitative Inorganic Analysis (Longman) 2 Practical Chemistry (S Chand) 3 Qualitative analysis – Alexnder V.

HS 1101

HUMANITIES Communication Skill Semester-1

L-T-P-C 3 0 0 6

Developing Writing skills: (a) Audience and Format (b) Composition and style (c) Structure (d) Grammatical error (e) Proofing (f) Key Points (ii) Developing speaking skills: (a) Simulation of speaking environment to develop interaction through cultural and social exchange activities (iii) Developing Reading skills: (a) Word attack skills (b) Comprehension skills (c) Fluency Skills (d) Critical reading skills (iv) Developing listening skills (a) Listening as a challenging mental task (b) Staying active by asking mental questions (c) Understanding speech and thought (v) Introduction to soft skills, phonetics; received pronunciation, transcription, grammar. References Nilanjana Gupta, English for All, 2nd edition, Macmillan India Ltd.;2000 Daniel Jones, The Pronunciation of English, Cambridge Press ;1956. Peter Roach, English Phonetics and Phonology, Cambridge University Press; 2009. Wren and Martin, Key to High School English Grammar and Composition, S. Chand, 1994.


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HS 1201


L-T-P-C 3 0 0 6

Basic Concepts: Nature, Scope and Application of Managerial Economics. Theory of Consumer behaviour and Demand Analysis: Demand Analysis, Elasticity of Demand, Demand Estimation and Forecasting, Supply, Equilibrium of a firm and industry. Market Structure: Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition, Oligopoly and Bi-lateral monopoly. Cost Estimation: Theory of Cost, Analysis of Economies of Scale, Economies of Scope, Methods of Estimating Cost. Theory of Production and Investment Decisions: Pricing and Profit Management, Decision Techniques, Project Appraisal Techniques and Social Cost Benefit Analysis Introduction to Optimisation: Linear Programming Macroeconomic Issues: National Income, inflation, Business cycle. International Trade: Comparative advantage and H-O model, alternative theories of trade, Balance of Payment. Reference Mehta, P. L., Managerial Economics, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi Mote, V. L., P. Samuel and G. S. Gupta , Managerial Economics, McGraw-Hills, New Delhi Craig, Petersen H. and Cris Lewis W., Managerial Economics, Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi Dwivedy, D. N. , Managerial Economics, Vikas Publishing House Samuelson, P. A. and W. D. Nordhans , Economics, McGraw Hill, New York Thuesen, G. J. and W. J. Fabrycky, Engineering Economics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi Sullivan, W. G., J. A. Bontadelli and E. M. Wicks (2001): “Engineering Economics”, 11th edition, Pearson Education Asia, New Delhi HS 1301 L-T-P-C 3 0 0 6


Introduction to Management History of Management Thought: Classical, Behavioural & Modern Approaches

Basic Principles of Management: Concepts, Functions, objectives, scientific management Fundamentals of Planning: Planning process, importance, concepts, MBO Organisation Structure: Level of organisation, structure, authority, power, responsibility, centralisation & decentralisation Human factors in managing organisation: Theories of motivation, leadership, communication process, conflict (nature, causes & its management), collective bargaining Marketing Management: Brief introduction to various types of product, pricing, channel & promotional strategies Social Responsibility of Business & Business Ethics Financial Management: Source of finance & its management Case study Reference: Prasad, L M. Principles and Practices of Management, S Chand and Co., New Delhi Certo, Samuel C, Modern Management, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi Vanhom, J C. Fundamentals of Financial Management, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi Robins, S. P. & D. A. Decenzo: Personal/Human Resource Management, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi Schermerhorn, John R . Introduction to Management (10th Ed.), Wiley India (P) Ltd., New Delhi Bhat Anil, Kumar Arya; Management Principles, Processes, And Practices, Oxford University Press, New Delhi Schermerhorn, John R; Introduction to Management; Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi HS 1401 L-T-P-C 3 0 0 6

HUMANITIES (Open Elective) BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (All Branch) Semester-8

National Business Environment Objectives and achievements of Five Year Plans--Industrial Policy Resolutions--State-led Development Vs Market-led Development— the Hindu Rate of Growth--Economic Reforms: structural, financial, banking, manufacturing and service. Global Business Environment Globalization—meaning, trends and features. Globalization and industrial relocation—role of technology in the process of globalization—factor mobility and globalization—Rybczynski theorem—Stolper-Samuelson theorem— Impact of globalization on labour market. FDI and Economic Development Distinction between FDI and FPI—Theories of FDI—FDI, technology transfer and economic development— trends of FDI in India—inward and outward—Distribution of FDI across different sectors and regions—Types of FDI—Market Seeking, Resource Seeking, Efficiency Seeking, Asset Seeking—Linkages between FDI and Economic Growth. Institutions and business environment WTO : Role of WTO in removing protective trade environment—quantification of tariff—creation of “level playing field”. IMF: Role of IMF in stabilization of national economies. WB: Role of World Bank in developing the less developed countries WIPRO: Role of WIPRO in protecting intellectual property rights References: Websites of Indian Business Regulators, Planning Commission, MoF, MoI, MoC, NCAER. World bank website, IMF websites, WTO website, WIPRO website, EU website, NAFTA website, ASEAN website, APEC website, SAARC website, OECD website, NAM website, UNDP website. Acharya, S, 2006, Essays on Macroeconomic Policy, OUP, New Delhi Blomstrom, M, Kokko, A, and Mario, Z, 2000, Foreign Direct Investment: Firm and Host Country Strategies, Mcmillan De Mello, L.R., 1999, “Foreign Direct Investment-Led Growth: Evidences from Time Series and Panel Data, Oxford Economic Papers 51. Jones, Ronald W., 2000, Globalization and the Theory of Input Trade, MIT Press, Cambridge World Investment Reports, UNCTAD, UN, Geneva

MA - 1101

Mathematics-I Semester-1

3 - 1- 0 - 8

Infinite Series: Definition of Sequence & Infinite series, Convergence & Divergence of real Sequence & Infinite Series, Tests of Convergence of positive term infinite series: Comparison Test, D’ Alembert’s Ratio Test, Raabe’s Test, Cauchy’s root Test, Integral Test, Alternating Series , Leibnitz’s Test. Differential & Integral Calculus: Successive differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem, Rolle’s Theorem, Lagrange’s Mean value theorem, Taylor’s & Maclaurin’s theorems with Lagrange’s form of remainder for a function of one variable, Curvature: Radius & centre of curvature, Asymptotes and curve tracing, Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem, Jacobian, Gradient, Divergence, Curl and Directional derivatives. Beta function & Gamma function. Differential Equation: Exact differential equation of first order, Integrating factors, linear differential equations, Second & higher order linear differential equations with constant coefficients, Homogeneous linear differential equation, Method of undetermined coefficients, Method of variation of parameters. Series Solutions of ODE: Method of Frobenius, Legendre’s equation and Bessel’s equation, Bessel’s function & Legendre’s Polynomial. Laplace Transform: Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms & their properties, Convolution Theorem, Solution of ODE by Laplace transform method. Text/Reference: 1. Kreyszig,Advanced Engineering Mathematics,Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 9th ed, 2012. 2. S.G.Deo, V. Lakshmikantham and V. Raghavendra,Text Book of Ordinary DifferentialEquations,Tata McGraw-Hill,1977. 3. B.C. Das & B.N.Mukherjee ,Differential Calculus, U.N. Dhur & Sons Pvt. Ltd, 51th ed, 2009 4. B.C. Das & B.N.Mukherjee , Integral Calculus, U.N. Dhur & Sons Pvt. Ltd, 54th ed, 2008. 5. B.S. Grewal,Elementary Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publisher, 2011.

MA -1102

Mathematics-II Semester-2

3 - 1- 0 – 8

Linear Algebra : Vector spaces with special reference to Rn and its subspaces, Linear dependence and independence of vectors; Rank and nullity of a matrix , Elementary transformations, Consistency of a System of linear equations & their solutions by Direct Methods: Matrix inversion method, Gaussian elimination method & Gauss-Jordan method ; Solution by Iterative Methods: Jacobi’s method & Gauss-Seidal method ; Eigen values & eigen vectors. Caley-Hamilton’s theorem & its applications, Diagonalization by similarity transformations, Linear transformations, Band matrix and its applications. Multiple Integrals: Double and triple integrals with applications to volume and surface area, Applications of Green’s, Stokes’s and Gauss’s theorems. Complex Analysis: Function of a complex variable, Analytic function , harmonic function, Cauchy-Reimann equations, Complex line integral , Cauchy-Goursat theorem, Cauchy’s Integral formula, Morera’s theorem, Liouville’s theorem, Singularities and residues, Cauchy’s Residue theorem and its application to evaluate real integrals. Numerical Analysis: Finite difference and Newton’s interpolation formulae, Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations by Iteration method and Newton-Raphson Method; Solution of ODE by Picarcl’s method, Taylor series method and Runge-Kutta method (Fourth order). Text/Reference: 1. Kreyszig, 1. Frank Ayres, 3. M.R.Spiegel, 4. B.S.Grewal, 5. L. V. Ahlfors, 6 D. Sarason, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Schaum's Outline of Matrices, Schaum's Outline of Laplace Transforms, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Complex Analysis, Complex Function Theory, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 9th ed, 2012. Mc Graw Hill, 1975. Mc Graw Hill, 1965 Khanna Publisher,2011 MacGraw-Hill, 1977. Hindustan Book Agency, 1994


Mathematics-III Semester-3

3 -1- 0 –8

Partial Differential Equation: Formation of partial differential equations (PDE), Solution of PDE by direct integration, Lagrange’s linear equation, Non-linear PDE of first order, Charpit’s Method, Homogeneous and Non-homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients, Boundary and initial value problems (Dirichlet and Neumann type): Heat, Wave & Laplace’s equations (Two dimensional Polar & Cartesian Co-ordinates), Solution by the method of separation of variables Fourier Transforms: Introduction to Fourier series, Fourier sine and cosine transforms, Solution of PDE by Fourier transform. Probability & Statistics: Introduction to probability. Additive & multiplicative Laws of probability conditional probability, independent events. Baye’s theorem; Probability density function, distribution function, Binomial, Poisson & Normal distributions, Mathematical expectation of random variables, Moment generating function, Chebyshev’s inequality, Central limit theorem. Curve fitting: Fitting of straight lines & parabolas by the method of least squares; Correlation & Regression analysis ; coefficient of correlation, coefficient of regression, lines of regression. Two-Dimensional Random Variables: Joint, marginal and conditional probability distributions, Expectation of two dimensional random variables. Text/Reference: 1. Kreyszig, 2. I.N. Sneddon, 3. L. C. Evans, 4. J. Ravichandran, 5. B.S.Grewal, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Elements of Partial Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 9th ed, 2012 McGraw-Hill, 1988 Graduate Studies in Mathematics, Vol. 19, AMS, 1999 Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2010. Khanna Publisher,


Mathematics-IV (Introduction to Stochastic Process) Semester-4

3 -1-0-8

Branch: CSE Description and definition, Markov chains with finite and countably infinite state spaces, Classification of states, irreducibility, ergodicity, Basic limit theorems, Markov processes with discrete and continuous state spaces, Poisson process, pure birth process, birth and death process, Brownian motion. Applications to queuing models and reliability theory.Basic theory and applications of renewal process, stationary process, Branching process, Markov Renewal and semi-Markov process, regenerative process. Estimation: concept of sampling, sampling distributions & standard errors, confidence interval, estimation of mean & variance, maximum likely-hood method of estimation for parameters of distribution, Testing of hypothesis:Confidence interval, level of confidence, Testing of Hypothesis (Normal), Small Sample Tests: t-Test , F-Test &χ2 - Test . Texts/Reference: 1. An Introduction to Probability Theory and its Applications (Vol. I&II)- Feller, W. ,John Wiley 2.Probability, Random Variables & Stochastic process – Papoulis ,McGraw-Hill 3. Probability & Stochastic Process for Engineers – Helstrom, C.W. ,McMillon 4. Probability & Random Process for Electrical Engineers – Leon-Garcia A. ,Addison Wisley 5.The Theory of Stochastic Process – Cox,D.R. and Miller H.D. ,Chapman & Hall 6. Stochastic Models in Queuing Theory – Medhi J. ,Academic Press 7. Probability, Stochastic Process, and Queuing Theory : The Mathematics of Computer Performance Modelling- Nelson R. Springer 8.Stochastic Process – Ross, Sheldon M., Wiley, 1995. 9. Mathematical Statistics with Applications – Freund, John E, Pearson, 2004. 10. Probability and Statistics for Engineers, Ravichandran, Wiley India, 2010. MA -1351 Mathematics-V (Numerical Methods) Semester-5 3-1-0-8

Branch: CSE Curve Fitting: Method of Least Square (Fitting of a straight line, fitting of a second degree parabola, fitting of an exponential curve).Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Review of solution of algebraic and transcendental equations by Iteration method and Newton-Raphson Method,

Bisection method, Regula-Falsi method ( with their geometrical concepts). Solution of a system of linear equations: Direct methods (Gauss elimination method, Gauss Jordan method, LU decomposition methods), Iterative methods (Gauss Jacobi method, Gauss Seidel method). Interpolation and approximation: Review of Newton’s forward & backward interpolation formulae,Lagrange’s interpolation formula, divided differences, Newton’s divided difference formula. Numerical differentiation and integration: Derivatives using Newton’s forward, backward difference formula and Newton’s divided difference formula, Numerical integration: Newton-Cote’s quadrature formula, Tapezoidal rule, Simpson’s 1/3rd and 3/8th rule, Weddle’s rule. Twoandthree points Gaussian quadrature formulae, Double integrals using Trapezoidal rule and Simpson’s rules. Initial value problems and Boundary value problems in ODE: Single step methods –Solution of ODE by Euler and Modified Euler method, Runge-Kutta method (Fourth order) for solving first and second order differential equations, Shooting method for second order differential equations. Multistep methods – Milne’s and Adam’s predictor and corrector methods. Texts/Reference: 1. Applied Numerical Analysis – Gerald C.F. and Wheatley, P. O., Addison Wesley,7thed, 2003. 2. Numerical Analysis - Burden R.L. and Faires, J.D. ,Thompson, 9thed, 2001. 3. Numerical Mathematical Analysis – Scarborough J.B. ,Oxford, 1950 4. Elementary Numerical Analysis: An Algorithmic Approach– Conte S.D. and Boor C.D. 3rded 1981,McGraw-Hill. 5. Applied Numerical Methods – Carnahan B., Luther, H.A. and Wilkes, J.O. 1969,John Wiley. 6. Numerical Methods for Engineers-Chapra, S.C. and Carnale, R.P. 2002), McGraw-Hill,Boston. 7. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis – Shastri, S.S., PHI New Delhi, 4thed, 2005. 8. Computer Based Numerical Methods and Statistical Techniques –P.K.De, CBS Publishers, New Delhi, 2006. 9. Numerical Analysis – Kendall Atkinson, Wiley Publishing House. MA 1441 Operation Research (Open Elective) Semester-8 3-0-0-6

Introduction to Operation Research (O.R): Definition of O.R. Principles of Modeling , Features and Phases of O.R. Areas of application of OR. Linear Programming: Introduction. Formulation of Linear Programming Problems (LPP),.Convex sets & their properties. Fundamental Theorem of LPP. Graphical solution of LPP, Solution of LPP by Simplex Method ,Two Phase method & Big-M method. Duality and its importance. Transportation Problem(T.P): Introduction.Mathematical formulation. Balanced & Unbalanced T. P. Rules to find initial Basic feasible Solution (BFS) of a T.P: North West Corner Rule, Row-Minima method, matrix minima method & Vogel’s approximation method, Solution algorithm of TP by MODI method. Resolution of degeneracy of a TP. Assignment Problem(A.P): Introduction , Mathematical Formulation. Reduction theorem.Balanced and Unbalanced A.P. Hungarian Algorithm for solving A.P. Restricted AP. Sequencing Problems: Introduction. Solution of Sequencing problems. Processing n jobs through 2 machines, 2 jobs through m machines (Graphical method), Processing n jobs through m machines. Integer Programming Problems (I.P.P): Introduction.Pure and mixed integer programming problems.Gomori’s Cutting Plane method for solving I.P.P. Texts/Reference: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. F.S. Hiller and G. J. Lieberman, G. Hadley KantiSwarup J.K. Sharma Hamady A Taha P.M.Karak Introduction to Operations Research Linear Programming Operations Research Operations Research Operations Research Linear Programming McGraw-Hill Narosa Publishing House Sultan Chand & Sons MacMillan India Ltd Prentice Hall of India New Central Book Agency

MA- 1442

Mathematical Modelling (Open Elective) Semester-8


Mathematical modelling: Simple situations requiring mathematical modelling, Techniques and classification of mathematical modelling (deterministic and stochastic models), Characteristics and limitations of mathematical models, Some simple illustrations. Mathematical modelling through ODE: Different types of simple ODE models, Linear and non-linear growth and decay models of population, Non Linear Growth and Decay Models, Compartmental Models. Mathematical modelling through difference equations: Models used in economics , Finance , Population dynamics, Genetics. Mathematical modelling through partial differential equations: Models arising in heat conduction, wave propagation, Blood flow, Traffic flow in a high way. Mathematical modelling through LPP and NLPP: Simple models through LPP and NLPP. Mathematical models in engineering: Models of elasticity, Models of electrical circuits- Electrical networks and Kirchoff’s laws, Models in surveying technology, Models in thermodynamics Texts/Reference: 1. J.N.Kapoor, Mathematical Modelling, New Age International (P) Ltd, New Delhi, 1988.. 2. J.Caldwell and Y.M.Ram, Mathematical Modelling, Concepts and Case Studies, Springer, 1999. 3. A. A. Samarskii and A.P.Mikhailov, Principles of Mathematical Modelling, CRC Press,2001. 4. Edward A. Bender, An Introduction to Mathematical Modelling, John Wiley and Sons. 5. E.A. Bender, An introduction to mathematical modelling. Wiley, New York, 1978. 6. J.France and J.H.M.Thornley,Mathematical models in agriculture, Betterworths, London, 1984. 7. Mark M. Meerschaert, Mathematical Modeling, Academic Press, 4thed, 2013. 8. J.Berry and K.Houston, Mathematical Modelling, Gulf Professional Publishing, 1995. MA- 1443 Modern Algebra (Open Elective) Semester-8 3-0-0-6

Posets& Lattices: Partial order relations, Po-set, Lattices & Boolean algebra. Groups: Groups, Subgroups, Normal subgroups, Permutation group, Lagrange’s Theorem, Cyclic groups, Quotient group, Homomorphism of groups, First three isomorphism theorems, Inner Automorphism, Normalizer/Centralizer of an element, Centre of a group,Conjugacy relation, Class equation, Sylow’s Theorems, Subnormal & Normal series, Solvable group, Commutators, Nilpotent groups, Free groups. Rings: Ring, Integral domain, Field, Ideals & Quotient rings, Homomorphism of Rings, Maximal Ideal, Minimal Ideal, Prime Ideal, Principal Ideal, Principal Ideal Ring / Domain (PIR / PID), Euclidean Domain, Polynomial Rings, Field of quotient of an integral domain, Field extensions. 1. Modern Algebra Surjitsingh&ZameeruddinVikas Publishing House 2. Modern Algebra I.N. Herstein New age International 3. Modern Algebra Khanna&BhamriVikas Publishing House MA- 1444 Functional Analysis ( Open Elective) Semester-8 3-0-0-6

Metric Space : Definition and Examples of metric space . Open Sphere, Open Set & Closed Set. Convergence of sequences, Cauchy sequence, Complete Metric Spaces, Sequentially Compact Metric Space, Continuous mappings. Topological Space : Definition and examples, Trivial and non-trivial topology, Cofinite topology, Usual Topology with special reference to R. Continuity and homeomorphism. Functional Analysis : Linear space, subspace, basis, dimension, normed linear space, Banach space, continuous linear transformation, Conjugate space, Inner product spaces, Hillbest space, Orthogenality, orthonormal sets, Cauchy’s Schwartz’s inequality, Bessel’s in equality. Linear operators, Self adjoint operator, normal and unitary operators, Projections, Spectrum of an operator.The spectral theorem. Reference Books:

1. Introduction to Topology and Modern Analysis 2. Functional Analysis 3. General Topology

Simmon G.F. B.K. Lahiri Lipschutz

Tata McGraw Hill World Press Pvt. Ltd. Schaum Outline Series, McGraw Hill Book Company.

PH 1101

PHYSICS All Branch- 1st/ 2nd Sem Prerequisites: None

L-T-P-C 3-1-0-8

Optics: Diffraction, Distinction between Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction; Fraunhofer diffraction‐Single slit diffraction, Rayleigh’s criteria of resolution and resolving power of telescope Waves and Oscillation: Overview of vibrations with emphasis on damped and forced oscillations, resonance, coupled oscillations, normal modes. Electromagnetic Waves: Basic ideas on Gradient of scalar field, divergence of a vector field, curl of a vector field. Maxwell’s equations, displacement current, electromagnetic (EM) waves, Pointing’s theorem, plane. EM wave in free space & in conducting media. Quantum Mechanics: Failure of Classical physics, qualitative review of relevant experiments such as photo‐electric effect Davisson & German expt. de Broglie matter waves, uncertainty principle, classical wave equation and Schrödinger equation (time dependent & time independent), physical meaning of wave function, probability interpretation, particle on a 1D infinite potential well, potential barrier and quantum tunneling. Solid state Physics: Crystalline and amorphous state of matter, crystal bonding, crystal structure, unit cell‐Primitive cell, Bravais Lattice, crystal planes, Miller indices, inter‐planer distances. Band theory of solids: Classification of materials based on band theory of solid (qualitative description), semiconductor ( Intrinsic & Extrinsic ), Fermi level, Density of states, electron & hole concentration at thermal equilibrium. Advanced Materials: Fundamentals of mesoscopic physics and nano technology: nanomaterials (one, two and three dimensional) – Physical properties and applications.

PH 1111

PHYSICS LABRATORY All Branch- 1st/ 2nd Sem Prerequisites: None

L-T-P-C 0-0-2-2

1. To compare two low resistances by drop of potential method using a meter bridge. 2. To calibrate an ammeter with the help of a potentiometer. 3. Study of the twist in the thin rod by statistical method by using Barton’s horizontal apparatus and thus to determine the modulus of rigidity. 4. Study of bending of a beam supported at its end and loaded at its middle and thus to determine Young’s modulus of the material of the beam. 5. Determination of the Refractive index of the material of a given prism using a Spectrometer. 6. Determination of the Wavelength of Sodium light by using a Plane transmission Grating. 7. To study of the transverse wave over the sonometer wire and hence to determine its velocity. 8. To study the magnetic field produced by a current carrying solenoid using a search coil and to find the value of µo with distance. 9. To study the variation of magnetic field with distance along the axis of a circular coil carrying current by plotting a graph.




“Purity, patience, and perseverance are the three essentials to success” Swami Vivekananda


B.Tech. Regulations

National Institute of Technology Silchar

Message from the Director
I feel happy that a new rules and regulations for the B. Tech programme in NIT Silchar have come into existence. With the change in education policy, there is a sea change in the education system, so that the old rules were not fitting to the need of students. An effort has been made to encourage the learning habit of a student and to promote an overall development of the education across the Institute. This book will give a clear picture of the education policy of this Institute and will help students to follow the desired path. I hope most of the doubts and conflicts will be solved instantly through this book. I request all the teachers and students to please go through the book carefully and find out a solution to your problem. The rules have given an ample scope for academically weak students to build up their career without compromising the quality of education. A continuous evaluation process has been maintained so that all the students concentrate more on studies. The teachers will also get enough time to promote research and consultancy activities during working hours. Let us all work together with more dedication and sincerity to lift this Institute to top five. With my very best wishes, N. V. Deshpande Director



Sl.No. Ordinance 1. Admission 2. Academic Calendar 3. Faculty advisor and student counsellors 4. Residence 5. Course structure 6. Registration 7. Attendance 8. Leave of absence 9. Duration of the programme 10. Temporary withdrawal from the Institute 11. Restriction/Termination from the programme 12. Conduct and Discipline 13. Change of Discipline or Branch 14. Grading system 15. Assessment of performance 16. Award of grades 17. Preserving answer scripts and marks 18. Submission of grades 19. Changes in grades and Grievance redressal 20. Examinations 21. Student feed back 22. Re-examinations 23. Withholding of grades 24. Eligibility for the award of B. Tech Degree

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B.Tech. Regulations


The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn, but to unlearn. Gloria Steinem

The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. Aristotle

Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm Winston Churchill

Failure defeats losers, failure inspires winners Robert T. Kiyosaki

Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever Mahatma Gandhi

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world Nelson Mandela



Form No. NITS/AC/101 NITS/AC/102 NITS/AC/103 NITS/AC/104 NITS/AC/105 NITS/AC/106 NITS/AC/107 NITS/AC/108 NITS/AC/109 NITS/AC/110

Form Title Address Slips Request for permission to stay outside hostel Request for payment of Fees through e-banking Semester Registration Form Application for Leave of Absence from classes Request for Permission to Travel for Academic Work, Conferences or Student Activity Medical Certificate for Missing examinations Request for appearing alternative mid semester / end semester examination Course Evaluation Form Application for change of branch

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B.Tech. Regulations

ORDINANCE 0.1 The provisions contained in these regulations govern the conditions for imparting courses of instruction, conducting examinations and evaluation of students’ performance leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) These regulations are effective for the batches of students admitted in the Academic Session 2012 – 13 onwards. Disciplines: The disciplines in which the courses of study are available and degrees will be offered are: (i) Civil Engineering (CE) (ii) Mechanical Engineering (ME) (iii) Electrical Engineering (EE) (iv) Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) (v) Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) (vi) Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (EI) New disciplines may be added in future with approval of the competent authority. 0.3 The provisions of these regulations shall also be applicable to any new discipline(s) that is (are) introduced from time to time and added to the list in Sec. 0.2. A student becomes eligible for the award of the B.Tech. degree after fulfilling all the academic requirements and Extra Academic Activities (EAA) as prescribed in these regulations. Supplementary regulations, whenever necessary, may be framed and implemented by the Senate from time to time. Notwithstanding all that have been stated in these regulations, the Senate has the power to modify any of the clauses from time-to-time. 1.7 REGULATIONS 1 1.1 Admission Admission to all courses will be made in the first semester through a National Level admission test. Detailed rules of such test shall be available in the “Information Brochure” published by the examination conducting authority assigned by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India. The selected candidates have to take admission to the Institute on the dates specified by the counseling authority. Under special

circumstances, e.g. for foreign students nominated by the Government of India or students with serious medical illness, the Senate may condone delay for admission. 1.3 If, at any time after admission, it is found that a candidate has not fulfilled all the requirements stipulated in the offer of admission, the Dean (Academic) may revoke the admission of the candidate and report the matter to the Senate. In addition to the students admitted as per clause 1.1, a specified number of foreign nationals selected under the policy laid down by the Government of India may be admitted directly to the first semester of any of the courses covered by these regulations. The Institute reserves the right to cancel the admission of any student and ask him/her to discontinue his/her studies at any stage of his/her studies on grounds of unsatisfactory academic performance, irregular attendance in classes or indiscipline. At the time of admission, the student is required to produce in original and provide photocopies of the following documents: (a) A valid certificate for proof of age (Birth certificate or Board certificate as laid down in the information brochure of the admission) (b) Pass certificate of the qualifying examination (c) 10+2 mark/grade sheet (d) College/School leaving certificate (e) Caste/category certificates (f) Migration certificate, if applicable. In addition to these documents, he/she has to submit two recent passport size color photographs along with a filled-in application (Form AC/104) for enrolment in the course. A provisional admission may be given if any of the certificates is not produced. However, it has to be submitted within the dates specified by the counseling authorities, or any other date to be fixed by the Senate, failing which admission will be cancelled and fees deposited will be forfeited. The number of seats in each branch of the undergraduate programme for which admission is to be made will be decided by the BOG on recommendation of the Senate of the Institute. Seats are reserved for candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Physically challenged candidates, and children of defence personnel who died fighting for the country as per the











decision of Government of India/Council of NITs from time to time. 2 2.1 ACADEMIC CALENDER Each academic session is divided into two semesters of approximately 16 weeks duration so that a minimum of 40 lecture classes are made available for each course. The sessions are: odd semester (July–December) and even semester (January–June). The schedule of academic activities approved by the Senate for a session including dates of registration, mid-semester, and end-semester examinations, inter-semester breaks etc. shall be laid down in the Academic Calendar for the session. The academic calendar will also reflect the scheduled vacations. Further, the Director, in the capacity of Chairman Senate, may announce suspension of classes when the situation so demands. Such suspended classes may or may not be compensated on a weekend/holiday or by other means as announced on case-to-case basis. Faculty Advisor and Student Counselor Faculty Advisor To help the students in planning their courses of study and getting general advice on the academic programme, the Dean (Academic) shall assign Faculty Advisors during the first year primarily from Science and Humanities departments. From second year onwards, the concerned department shall assign Faculty Advisor(s) from the department. The Faculty Advisors will monitor academic progress, approve selection of electives and registrations of other courses etc. of the concerned students. 3.2 Student Counselor Soon after admission of new batch of students, Dean (Academic) office will nominate students’ counselors for a group of 20-25 students. The students shall maintain a regular liaison with concerned counselor, by meeting at least once in a month and report his/her progress/grievances/difficulties etc. The counselors will render meaningful counseling (both emotional and psychological), liaison with course teachers in matters of attendance and performance, recommend leave of absence of the students to higher authorities, communicate with their parents etc. Their role is critical for personality development, career planning, and welfare of the group particularly for academically weak or de-motivated students, who

need to be guided out of their academic or social situations. Office of the Dean (Academic) will provide all sorts of assistance to the counselors for academic development of the students. Counselors will continue to act till all the students of the concerned group graduate or leave the Institute. The student counselors are to report to the Dean (Academic) for any unusual observation among the students of his/her group. 4 4.1 RESIDENCE Institute is by and large residential and all students shall be generally required to reside in, and be a member of the hostels to which they are assigned by Dean (Students Welfare) (Dean (SW)). Under special circumstances, the Director/Dean (SW) may permit a student to reside with his/her parent/guardian in the Institute campus or within a reasonable distance from the Institute. However, such permission may be withdrawn at the discretion of the Institute authority, at any time considered appropriate, without assigning any reason thereof. No married accommodation shall be provided to any student of the UG courses. All students must abide by the rules and regulations of the hostel as may be framed from time to time by appropriate body/authority and approved by the Senate. COURSE STRUCTURE The terms course and subject are used synonymously in these regulations. The duration of the course leading to B.Tech. degree will ordinarily be four years. A student may, however, opt for the slow pace programme if he/she does not feel comfortable with the work load. Under certain cases, e.g., poor grades, he/she is required to proceed in slow pace to minimize the time required to complete the programme. The maximum duration of B.Tech. Programme is six years. In order to qualify for a B.Tech degree of the Institute, a student is required to complete the credit requirement as prescribed in the curriculum for a particular programme. The credit requirements for a programme will be 320 credits distributed over all the semesters and some EAA. Teaching of the courses shall be reckoned in terms of credits or credit points; Credits are assigned to the courses based on the following general pattern: • Two credits for each lecture period • Two credits for each tutorial period



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• One credit for each Practical or Project session of one hour. The total academic course package for a department consists of the following components: (a) Institutional core subjects (b) Departmental core subjects, including projects (c) Departmental elective subjects (d) Institutional elective subjects Normally, subjects based on engineering or scientific principles or on thought provoking information, where it is possible to conduct a closed book examination will be taught as theory courses, whereas those based on applications and practice (conceptual, computational or experimental) will be covered under Practical courses. In any case the nature of the subject (theory/practical) shall be decided by DUPC. Normally, every course identified by a single course identifier, shall be taught by a single teacher (course coordinator), who may be assisted by adjunct faculty, teaching assistants, postgraduate and research scholars, and by other faculty members. The administrative responsibility including decision on contents of instruction and examination as well as submission of grades shall rest solely on the course coordinator. However, larger classes may be divided into several sections, each section being taught by one teacher (course coordinator). Of course, a single teacher may also teach more than one section for the same course. Teachers of all sections of a subject will form a coordination committee for the course which will collectively take all decisions on the course. The Head of the Department will choose one of the members as the coordinator of the committee. The course work requirements may be broadly divided into following four main groups of subjects: (a) Humanities and Social Sciences (b) Basic Sciences and Mathematics (c) Engineering Sciences and Practice (d) Professional subjects Final and pre-final year UG students may take PG (M.Tech., M.Sc., MBA) courses as electives where the departmental curriculum so permits. In addition to the prescribed credit requirement, a student shall also have to complete the requirements of EAA, carrying no credit points, during the first four semesters. The EAA may be N.S.S., N.C.C., Sports or any other physical






activities. The detailed instructions and practices will be imparted and supervised by the concerned faculty and/or officers. EAA course shall have syllabi, instruction, and examinations like academic courses. The class timing of the EAA courses will be chosen differently from the other academic courses, depending on weather conditions. Students will be awarded PP grade for passed or NP grade for not passed in an EAA, which will be recorded in the Grade card, but not taken into account for computing the SPI and CPI (refer clause 14). The curricula to be followed in the first year by the students of all the disciplines shall be common. The curricula for B.Tech. course will also include an audit course (Sec. 14.3) “Industrial Training” of 4 – 6 weeks duration after the fourth/sixth semester. Industrial/research experience for this course may be obtained in any reputed industry, research laboratory, IIT, NIT or any other organization of comparable repute. Summer internship programme in any IIT/NIT/other organization of comparable repute of at least 4 weeks duration will also be considered as an industrial training course. On completion of the course, the student shall submit a report to the department. The earned grade (PP/NP) shall be reflected in the seventh semester grade card. The total period of this course may be split into two parts, to be completed during the same or different vacation periods. Under special circumstances, a student may be permitted by Head of the concerned department to carry out a mini-project of 4- 6 weeks duration at NIT Silchar in lieu of the external experience Industrial Training course. Such projects should preferably be based on real life industrial or social problems under the supervision of a faculty member of the Institute. In addition to regular course work, a UG student must carry out a major project in the final year under the guidance of one or more teachers, known as supervisor(s). When circumstances so permit, it will be possible for a student to spend a semester or more in another NIT, IIT or a reputed Institute of comparable standard and transfer the credits to NIT Silchar. In that case, the course, however, need to have a one-to-one correspondence between the participating institutions. The CEC constituted by Senate shall establish the adequacy of the education so received in another institution.


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Registration Every student is required to register, in person, for the approved courses through the assigned Faculty Advisor at the commencement of each semester on the day fixed for such registration and notified in the Academic Calendar. The Dean (Academic) may cancel the registration of one or more courses if they are found to violate some rules or if there are restrictions imposed due to disciplinary reasons. Students who do not register on the day announced for the purpose may be permitted late registration under special circumstances only on payment of an additional fee. Normally no late registration shall be permitted after the due date from the scheduled date, except in special cases like those (i) dictated by counseling authorities in first semester (ii) a serious and genuine medical illness (iii) a family calamity or natural calamity stopping the candidate to report for registration on the scheduled date (iv) participation in a national/international event All terms and conditions of late registration against case (i) is fully governed by the guidelines of the counseling authorities. The minimum percentage of attendance requirement of a student registering late will be calculated from the date of their registration. But, no special consideration is admissible in the matter of assessment/evaluation or grading. Late registration is permitted till a specified date as per academic calendar. If a student does not register within the specified date, he/she is automatically demoted and he/she may register for the same during the next year in the same semester without any extension of the total allowed duration of study. However, under very exceptional, unforeseen, and unavoidable circumstances late registration beyond the specified deadline may be allowed on case-to-case basis by the Chairman Senate on recommendation of the Dean (Academic). This is possible only when the reasons cited are genuine and the authorities are satisfied with the same. In this case, the total attendance requirement shall be calculated from the last date of late registration. 6.6

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paid all required advance payments of Institute and Hostel dues for the current semester cleared the minimum academic requirements not been debarred from registering on any specific ground. When a student registers a course for the first time, the said course is called a regular course for the given student. The minimum attendance requirement must be fulfilled by the student to become eligible to appear examinations for a regular course. When a student registers for a theory course with “F” grade, the said course can be registered as a regular or compartmental course with an additional fee of Rs. 400/- per course. If the course is registered as a regular course, he/she has to fulfill the minimum attendance requirement and his/her performance assessment shall be done as per clause 15. On the other hand, attending classes is not mandatory when the course is registered as a compartmental course. However, he/she has to appear the mid and end semesters examinations compulsorily. No fresh sessional assessment shall be done. The overall assessment is based on the performance of these two (mid and end semester) examinations and already secured sessional mark of that course registered last as a regular course. During registration following conditions must be fulfilled:



(a) Normally, the maximum allowed number of credits registered for a semester is limited to 48. However, under special circumstances, the Dean (Academic) may permit a student to register for a maximum of 54 credits including compartmental subjects. (b) Students who obtained ‘F’ grade in any compulsory course in any semester may clear it in the re-examination. Else, he/she has to register the course in a next appropriate semester when it is offered. (c) Those who obtain ‘F’ grade in an elective subject in any semester may clear it in the reexamination. Alternatively, he/she may register for any elective subject from within the same group of electives offered in a next appropriate semester. (d) In case of failure in a project or in any course having practical component, the student will have to re-register for it in the next appropriate semester as regular course.


Only those students will be permitted to register in the next semester who have • cleared all dues of the Institute, Hostel, and Library and fines (if any) of the previous semesters


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(e) Similarly, in case of failure in courses categorized as EAA the student will have to reregister for it in the appropriate semester of the next academic session as a regular course. 6.7 When a student obtains ‘F’ grades in more than six subjects in a year (after the even semester) he/she may opt for demotion for improving his/her academic performance. For a demoted student, all the courses in the demoted semesters are treated as regular courses. Once a student appears his/her eighth semester end Semester Examinations, he/she has to leave the hostel. Subsequently, he/she is to register all the ‘F’ graded subjects, as the case may be, and attend classes (if required) with his/her own residential arrangement. Students may add and drop subject(s) with the concurrence of the Faculty Advisor, and with intimation to the concerned course coordinator and the academic section provided this is done within the date mentioned in the Academic Calendar and as per the conditions given in clause 6.5. If the CPI falls below 6.00 a student may enter a slow pace programme in his/her own interest. In a slow pace programme, a student is to re-register in the lower semester for all the ‘F’ grade courses as regular courses. However, these students are not eligible for any prize or medal. A student must continue his/her registration in Institute till he/she completes all the requirements for the award of the degree by paying prescribed fees even if he/she is registered for no course in a particular semester [A situation of “zero course” registration shall arise when a student has cleared all courses except some even or odd semester course(s).] A ‘F’ graded course must be registered as a regular course only, when the awarded ‘F’ grade is because of one or more of the following reasons. • as a measure of disciplinary action • for adopting malpractice at an examination • unsatisfactory attendance 7 7.1 Attendance Attendance in all Lectures, Tutorials, Practicals, and Workshops etc. in each subject must be at least 75 percent of the total classes. A student will not be allowed to write the end semester examination and is automatically awarded F grade in a subject, if his/her attendance falls below 75% in that subject.


This minimum attendance requirement (75%) is also applicable to EAA, i.e., NCC, NSS, NSO etc., including camps and some other pre-notified programmes covered under EAA. For the purpose of calculating percentage attendance, the Dean (Academic) will fix a cut off date before every end semester examination. In case there are truly exceptional circumstances, the Senate or the Chairman, Senate, may relax attendance requirements (with reduction of grade by at least one grade) as deemed fit. After the end of first month from the starting of classes DUPC shall take up the matter of attendance of the students and shall warn the students who will have shortage of attendance. After the second month, DUPC again shall review the attendance of the students and shall caution the concerned students accordingly with a copy to the guardian/parents, and the Dean (Academic) of the Institute. If the course coordinator so desires, additional classes may be arranged within the semester to cover shortage of attendance. Leave of Absence For a period of leave upto two weeks, prior application for leave shall have to be submitted to the Head of the department concerned stating fully the reasons for the leave requested for along with supporting document(s). Such leave will be granted by the Head of the Department. Absence for a period not exceeding two weeks in a semester due to sickness or any other unavoidable reasons for which prior application could not be made may be condoned by the Head of the Department provided he/she is satisfied with the explanation. If the period of absence is likely to exceed two weeks and within one month, a prior application for grant of leave will have to be submitted through the Head of the Department to the Dean (Academic) with supporting documents in each case. The decision to grant leave shall be taken by the Dean (Academic) on the recommendation of the Head of the Department. On receipt of a leave application, the Dean (Academic) may decide whether the student be asked to withdraw from the course for that particular semester because of long absence. It will be the responsibility of the student to intimate the Assoc. warden of the hostel in which he/she is residing and the concerned course coordinator/Head about his/her absence before availing the leave.







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The Chairman Senate may approve leave of absence beyond one month on ground of prolonged illness or unusually serious circumstances. Consideration will be given to students who give prior and continuous information either directly or through parents, project supervisor(s) or faculty Counselor/Advisor. Family functions (social or religious), illness of family members, participation in student activities such as organizing functions or raising money, preparing for other examinations or searching of jobs are not adequate grounds for leave of absence from classes (including project work). The leave of absence as per clauses 8.1 – 8.6 will not be condoned for attendance. Form AC/105 is to be used for applying such leave of absences. Form AC/106 will be used by students seeking permission, with or without financial support to travel for authorized academic or extra curricular activities. Such absence from classes may be condoned for attendance. However, it is the responsibility of the students to furnish relevant sanctioned documents to the concerned Head. The student is also required to take permission of the Assoc. Warden of his/her hostel in case of any absence from the hostel. Duration of the Program Normally a student should complete all the requirements for undergraduate programme in eight semesters. However, academically weaker students who do not fulfill some of the requirements in their first attempt and have to repeat them in subsequent semesters may be permitted up to 12 consecutive semesters (from the first semester registration) to complete all the requirements of the degree.

complete his/her requirements of the B.Tech. degree within the time limit of six years. (c) There are no outstanding dues or demands in the Institute/Hostel/Library/NCC/NSO/Departme nt. 10.2 A student who has been granted temporary withdrawal from the Institute under the provisions of clause 10.1 will be required to pay fees/charges (except tuition fees and hostel dues) till such time as his/her name is on the Roll List. However, any fees once paid will not be returned. Normally, a student will be permitted only one such temporary withdrawal during his/her tenure as a student of the undergraduate programme. Restriction/Termination from the Programme A student is required to leave the Institute on the following grounds: (a) If a student is absent for more than one month in a semester without sanctioned leave or intimation to Dean (Academic) his/her name will be struck off the rolls. (b) A student may also be required to leave the Institute on disciplinary grounds on the recommendations of the Students Disciplinary Committee. (c) On having been found to have produced false documents or having made false declaration at the time of seeking admission (d) On having been found to be pursuing regular studies and /or correspondence courses (Leading to degree or diploma) in any other college, university or an educational Institution. (e) On having been found to be concurrently employed and performing duty or carrying out business in contravention to academic schedule of the Institute and without approval from the Institute. (f) On having been found in any activities which may tarnish the image of the Institute. 12 12.1 Conduct and Discipline Students shall conduct themselves within and outside the precincts of the Institute in a manner befitting the students of an Institute of national importance. As per the order of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, ragging in any form is banned: acts of ragging will be considered as gross indiscipline and will be severely dealt with.






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Temporary Withdrawal from the Institute A student who has been admitted to an undergraduate programme of the Institute may be permitted to withdraw temporarily from the Institute on the grounds of serious or prolonged illness or grave calamity in the family for a period of one semester or more, provided: (a) He/she applies to the Institute within at least 6 weeks of the commencement of the semester or from the date he last attended his/her classes whichever is earlier, stating fully the reasons for withdrawal together with supporting documents and endorsement of his/her guardian. (b) The Institute is satisfied that, counting the period of withdrawal, the student is likely to



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The following acts shall constitute gross violation of the code of conduct and are liable to invoke disciplinary measures: (a) Ragging (b) Lack of courtesy and decorum; indecent behavior anywhere within or outside the campus. (c) Willful damage or stealthy removal of any property/belongings of the Institute/Hostel or of fellow students. (d) Possession, consumption or distribution of alcoholic drinks or any kind of hallucinogenic drugs (e) Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library books (f) Hacking in computer systems (such as entering other person’s area without prior permission, manipulation and/or damage of computer hardware and software etc.) (g) Furnishing false statement to the disciplinary committee, or willfully withholding information relevant to an enquiry. (h) Organizing or participating in any activity that has potential for driving fellow students along lines of religion, caste, home state, batch of admission, hostel or any other unhealthy criterion. (i) Resorting to noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing studies of fellow students. (j) Physical or mental harassment of freshers through physical contact or oral abuse. (k) Adoption of unfair means in the examination. (l) Organizing or participating in any group activity except purely academic and scientific programmes in company with others in or outside the campus without prior permission of the Dean (SW). (m) Disturbing in drunken state or otherwise an incident in academic or student function or any other public event. (n) Not obeying traffic rules in campus, not following safety practices or causing potential danger to oneself or other persons in any way. (o) Any other act of gross indiscipline. Commensurate with the gravity of the offence, the punishment may be reprimand, fine, and expulsion from the hostel, debarment from an examination, rustication for a specified period or even outright expulsion from the Institute.

authority to reprimand or impose fine. All cases involving punishment other than reprimand shall be reported to the Chairman, Students Disciplinary Committee. 12.5 All major acts of indiscipline, which may have serious implications on the general body of students, and/or which may warrant a formalized nature of investigation, shall be handled by the Students Disciplinary Committee, appointed by the Senate. Cases of adoption of unfair means in an examination shall be reported to the Dean (Academic) for taking appropriate action. In the event of a (i) Minor punishment, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to Chairman, Senate. (ii) Major punishment, the aggrieved party shall have the right to appeal to the Senate, through Dean (A). Overall conduct and discipline shall be governed by the rules appended in annexure I. 13 13.1 Change of Discipline or Branch Normally a student admitted to a particular discipline of the UG programme will continue studying in that branch till completion. However, the Institute may permit a student admitted as per clause 1.1 to change from one branch of studies to another after the first two semesters. Such changes will be permitted, in accordance with the provisions laid down hereinafter, from a B.Tech programme in any branch to a B.Tech. programme in any other branch. Only those students will be eligible for consideration of a change of branch after the second semester, who have (a) Completed all the common credits required in the first two semesters of their studies, in their first attempt without having had to pass any course in the re- examination. (b) Obtained a CPI of not less than 8.00 at the end of the second semester. Applications for a change of branch must be made by intending eligible students in the prescribed form (AC/109). The Dean (Academic)/Deputy Registrar (Academic) /Assistant Registrar (Academic) will call for applications in the beginning of the odd semester of each academic year and completed forms must be submitted by the last date specified in the notification.







For an offence committed in (a) a hostel (b) a department or in a classroom and (c) elsewhere, the Assoc. Warden, the Head of the Department and the Dean (SW), respectively, shall have the



Students may enlist up to three choices of branch, in order of preference, to which they wish to change over. It will not be permissible to alter the choice after the application has been submitted. Change of branch shall be made strictly in order of merit of the applicants. For this purpose, the CPI obtained at the end of the second semester shall be considered. In case of a tie, the AIEEE/JEE rank of the applicants will be considered. The applicants may be allowed a change in branch, strictly in order of inter se merit, subject to the limitation that the strength of a branch should not fall below/go up by more than ten percent of the sanctioned strength. However, Dean (Academic) will have the power not to change the sanctioned strength of any department considering the limited space in class room and laboratory and other facilities available in the department. All changes of branch made in accordance with the above rules will be effective only during the beginning of the third semester of study of the applicant concerned. No change of branch shall be permitted after wards. All changes of branch will be final and binding on the applicants. No students will be permitted, under any circumstances, to refuse the change of branch so offered.


The Transitional Grade ‘I’



(a) The teacher of a subject may award the grade ‘I’ to a student if the concerned student was compelled to remain absent from the end semester examination on account of (i) Illness or accident which disabled him/her from appearing the examination, (ii) A calamity in the family at the time of the examination, which, in the opinion of the Institute/course coordinator, required the student to remain away from the campus. In case the appeal of the concerned student is not considered by the course coordinator, he/she may apply to Dean (Academic) for a final decision in awarding ‘I’ grade. A student will be eligible for the award of grade ‘I’ only if his/her attendance at classes and performance in other components of assessment are complete and satisfactory in the opinion of the course coordinator. (b) An awarded ‘I’ grade must be converted by the concerned course coordinator to an appropriate letter grades and communicated to the Academic Section within the prescribed date. Any outstanding ‘I’ grade after the prescribed date will be automatically converted to ‘F’ grade. 14.1.2 A student is considered to have completed a subject successfully and earned the specified credits if he/she secures a letter grade other than ‘F’ in that subject. A letter grade ‘F’ in any subject implies a failure in that subject. Semester Performance Index (SPI) SPI will semester as follows: be computed for each



14 GRADING SYSTEM 14.1 Subjects Covered under Theory, Practical, and Project (Credit Courses) Based on the performance of a student, each student is awarded a final letter grade in each theory and practical subject, including project, at the end of the semester. The letter grades and the corresponding grade points are as follows: Grade AA AB BC CC CD DD F Points 10 9 8 6 5 4 0 14.1.3


C1G1 + C 2 G2 + L + C n Gn C1 + C 2 + L + C n

Where n is the number of courses registered for the semester, C i is the total credit allotted for the ith course, and Gi is the grade points (as defined in 14.1) awarded in the ith course.


Cumulative Performance Index (CPI) CPI will be computed at the end of each semester and communicated to the students along with the SPI in the form of a grade card. The CPI gives the cumulative performance of the student from the first semester up to the end of the semester to which it refers, and will be calculated as follows:

In addition, there shall be one transitional grade ‘I’, stands for incomplete grade, may be used by the course coordinators.


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C1G1 + C 2 G2 + L + C m Gm C1 + C 2 + L + C m

Where m is the number of courses registered upto that semester, C i and Gi as defined above (14.1.3). Whenever a student repeats or substitutes a course in any semester, the lower grade obtained by him/her in the course is to be ignored in the computation of CPI from that semester onwards. 14.1.5 Both SPI and CPI will be rounded off to second place of decimal and recorded as such. Whenever these CPI are to be used for the purpose of determining the merit ranking of a group of students, only the rounded off values will be used.


assessment. The combined assessment of minor test and internal assessment is known as sessional assessment. Centralized examinations are conducted for the mid and end semester examinations for one and two hours durations, respectively. The minor test is conducted by the course coordinator in a suitable time between the mid and end semester examinations of durations varying between one hour to three hours, to be decided by the course coordinator. The internal assessment is based on students’ performance in class test/quiz/viva/assignment/ class impression/attendance etc., as decided by the course coordinator and declared at the start of the semester. The overall performance in a course is decided by the following component-wise weightage: Components Mid semester exam End semester exam Sessional Minor test assessment Internal assessment % weightage 30% 50% 10% 10%


14.2 Non-Credit Subjects Under EAA In all the EAA subjects, student will be awarded following two grades viz., ‘PP’ – Passed and ‘NP’ – Not Passed. No grade points are associated with these grades and performances in these subjects are not taken into account in the calculation of the SPI or CPI. However, the award of the degree is subject to obtaining a ‘PP’ grade in all these subjects. 14.3 Audit Courses A course is called an “audit course” for a given student when it is neither compulsory nor any credit earned is taken into consideration for SPI or CPI calculation. The faculty advisor may permit a student to register for an audit course provided the course coordinator allows auditing the course. The word “AU” shall be written alongside the course name in the grade card. Pass or fail status will be shown in the grade card as “PP” for passed and “NP” for not passed. However, a student is not required to register again for passing a failed audit course as the course is not compulsory to earn the degree. 14.4 Conversion of Grades The Institute adopts a 10 point scale for conversion of grade to equivalent percentage of marks. For example, CPI 7.0 is equivalent of 70% of marks, CPI 6.25 is equivalent to 62.5% etc. 15 Assessment of Performance

15.2 Practical Subjects The evaluation will be on the basis of attendance, assessment of the tasks assigned including experimental works, and the test/viva/exam, to be decided by the concerned department/course coordinator. As such, the assessment procedure may vary from department to department or instructor to instructor. However, the evaluation procedure needs to be declared by the course coordinator at the beginning of the semester. 15.3 Project Works The projects normally consist of two stages, each spread over a semester. At the end of first stage the student is required to submit a preliminary report of his/her work by a prescribed date to the Project Coordinator/Secretary, DUPC and present it to a Project Evaluation Committee. The second stage of work is continued in the following semester. The second stage of project work is also evaluated in the same manner as in the first stage. However, in the second stage the students are required to submit unbounded copies of the report for examination. On successful completion of the oral examination, each student will be required to submit corrected bound copies of the project report one each to the department and the supervisor(s) as per the standard format. Evaluation of both the stages of the project work will be carried out separately and is based on project/sessional work assigned by the teacher (supervisor), seminar, project report, and assessment by project evaluation board (to be constituted by Head).

There will be continuous assessment of a student’s performance throughout the semester and grades will be awarded by the concerned course coordinator or the appropriate committee appointed for this purpose on the following basis. 15.1 Theory Subjects (i) The evaluation will be based on performances on the minor test, mid semester examination, end semester examination, and internal


For the purpose of awarding grades, the following will be weightage of the different components in each semester. components Mid semester assessment by Supervisor Mid semester assessment by Evaluation Board End semester assessment by Supervisor End semester assessment by Evaluation Board Project report (assessed by Evaluation Board) % weightage 20% 20% 20% 20% 20%

The awarded grade shall be scrutinized and approved by DUPC before forwarding to the academic office. The results of performance of the students in the semester examinations shall be announced by the teachers of the subjects concerned. It is mandatory for the course coordinator to show all evaluated answer scripts to the students during the stipulated period as mentioned in the academic calendar. For end semester examinations, normally the answer scripts are to be shown within the first week of the commencement of next semester classes. The students should point out discrepancies in the evaluation by the coordinator, if any, on the spot. 16.2 Audit Courses

Extension of time usually not exceeding 3 months from the announced last date for submission of the project report may be granted by the DUPC in the case of students with insufficient progress in the project work. In such a case the concerned students will be awarded ‘I’ grade. Furthermore, his/her result shall be kept withheld until the awarded “I” grade is converted to a valid grade by the deadline. As usual, if the “I” grade is not converted to a valid grade within the given deadline, it will automatically be converted to ‘F’ grade. Those who fail (F grade) in any of the stages of the projects are required to re-register for the same in the following corresponding semester. Students are encouraged to work on research topics with a potential for creation of new technologies and patents. Rights to all intellectual property generated in project shall be distributed equally among the students, technicians, and the supervisors, except where the concerned workers mutually settle on a distribution formula. If a project is supported by a sponsor, the sponsoring organization will be given intellectual property right as per the contract, and the balance divided among the faculty, students, and technicians. 15.4 Subjects Covered under EAA Evaluation procedure of all the subjects covered under EAA is decided by the grade awarding authority and declared at the beginning of the semester. 16 Award of Grades

As mentioned in Sec. 14.3, awarded grade shall be either ‘PP’ ( ≥ 30 ) or ‘NP’ ( < 30 ) . 16.3 Extra Academic Activities As explained in 15.5, evaluation of performance in Extra Academic Activities will be done by the authorities conducting them and they will directly communicate grades to the Academic Section. 17 Preserving Answer Scripts and Marks

End semester examination answer scripts shall be preserved by the teacher(s) concerned for a period of one semester. However, the sheet containing details of marks converted to grades must be preserved by DUPC till the students complete their course of study. 18 Submission of Grades

18.1 Courses Other than EAA Courses The final grades for a subject must be submitted by the course coordinator(s) after the end semester examination to their Chairman, DUPC for scrutiny and approval by DUPC and onward transmission by the Chairman, DUPC to the Academic section within the specified date. 18.2 EAA Courses As explained in 16.4, evaluation of performance in Extra Academic Activities will be done by the authorities conducting them and they will directly communicate grades to the Academic Section 19 Changes in Grades and Grievance Redressal

16.1 Theory, Practical, and Project Courses Total marks for which a student is evaluated in a subject will be finally normalized to 100 and a relative grading patter shall be followed, subject to the lower cutoff for a minimum pass grade (DD) shall be as follows: First year courses: 30 Second year onwards: 35

19.1 Changes in Grades After seeing the end semester answer script, if a student feels that the marks awarded in a course is not justified, he/she may request the course coordinator for a review of the awarded marks. The course coordinator, if satisfied, may review the awarded marks, make a correction to the grade (if required), and send the same to Dean


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(Academic), with due justification for a change in grade. Such a correction must be done within one week of the start of the next semester or the due date specified in the academic calendar. Beyond this, no change in grade shall be entertained under any circumstance. 19.2 Grievance Redressal If a student is not satisfied with the mid semester evaluation in a theory subject, he/she may approach the Chairman, DUPC for a review. The DUPC shall review the matter and decision of the DUPC in this regard shall be final. However, if the student is not satisfied with the course coordinator’s evaluation in the end semester examination of a theory subject, he/she may approach the Chairman, DUPC for a review of the awarded marks/grade within two working days from the last date of submission of the corrected grade as per academic calendar. On receiving such a prayer, DUPC shall review the matter and intimate the Academic Section regarding change of grade (if any) within seven working days from the last date of submission of the corrected grade. In case, the student is not satisfied with the review of the DUPC, he/she shall have the option to approach the Dean (Academic). Dean (Academic) in consultation with the Chairman, Senate shall do the needful in this regard and his/her decision shall be the final and no further appeal will be entertained. Such appeal shall be entertained only upto three weeks from the date of commencement of classes of next semester. No appeal, what so ever, shall be entertained after the stipulated time mentioned above. 20 Examinations


The Institute shall provide sick room facility inside the Institute building or in a nearby hospital as deemed convenient by the Institute to assist students who may fall sick during the examinations The examinations will normally be “closed book type”, where the students are not permitted to bring any material from home or hostel. All necessary charts and tables will be provided by the Institute. It is the course coordinators responsibility to recommend the materials to be provided, and to check with the Examination office that the arrangement has indeed been done. While normal scientific calculators are permitted, other electronic devices such as programmable calculators and calculators containing communication devices, MOBILE phones are forbidden in the examination halls. If such devices are found to be possessed, • The possessors shall forfeit the devices to the Institute • It will be treated to be an unfair means in examinations and dealt with as per conduct and discipline rules Any exception to these provisions must be specially approved by the Senate.



All question papers submitted by the teachers will be treated as “confidential documents” till the end of the examination of the subject concerned. It is an open document after the examination is over. The institute will archive question papers in physical and electronic form, and make them available to future students. In the event of final year student failing in a Laboratory subject and/or Project work, the teacher concerned may, at his/her discretion, grant the student an extension of time not exceeding 3 months and award an ‘I’ grade. If no such extension is given to a student he/she have to reregister for the same requirement in the earliest succeeding semester in which it is offered. If it is medical ground, the student has to submit the medical certificate from the Institute Doctor or the recommendation of the Institute Doctor for treatment elsewhere. In case of treatment outside the Institute including hospitals referred by the Institute, the student must produce all medical documents (discharge certificate, prescriptions, visit slips, pathological reports, medicine purchase receipts etc.) in original. The reason for leaving the campus must also be genuine and with permission of competent authority. In case of family calamity the student’s application must be supported by a letter from the parent/guardian along with copies of documents such as medical records, death certificates (if that happens).


In assessing the students’ attainment in subjects (Theory and Practical), seminars, project work, EAA etc., the system of continuous assessment is adopted by the Institute. In conformity with this practice, there will be one mid semester examination and one end semester examination for every theoretical subject, in addition to minor test, and internal assessment. The mid semester and the end semester examination will be conducted centrally by the Academic Section of the Institute. The class test or quizzes will be organized by the concerned course coordinator(s). 20.1 A student may be debarred from appearing in the end semester examination due to the following reasons: (a) If any disciplinary action is taken against him/her. (b) If his/her attendance in the Lecture/Tutorial /Practical classes has not been satisfactory during the semester.




Student Feed Back 22.4

Course Evaluation form (AC/109) submitted by a student will assist a teacher to improve the contents and delivery. It is the duty of every student to give his/her thoughtful response to the queries given in the Form. It is mandatory for a student to submit the form soon after completion of a course. The Dean (Academic) office will issue a notice mentioning how the form will be submitted. 22 22.1 Re-examinations Students who obtain an ‘F’ grade in one or more subjects of the just concluded End-Semester Examination may appear in the Re-examination to clear one or more subjects in which he/she failed to obtain a higher grade. However, if the awarded ‘F’ grade is due to any one or more of the reasons stated in clause 6.12, he/she is not eligible to write the re-examination. For appearing in one or more subjects in Reexamination, students are to apply to Dean (Academic)/Deputy Registrar (Academic)/Assistant Registrar (Academic affairs) and pay the requisite re-examination fee. 22.2 There is no limit on number of subjects for which a student will sit for a re-examination. Two grade sheets will be issued to all those students who will sit for the re-examination. The final grade sheet/transcript will show two grades obtained by a student from these two examinations. Since both the question papers will be of the same standard, there will be no reduction of grade for the re-examination. Also students who have missed an end semester examination on valid reasons and awarded ‘I’ grade are eligible to appear the re-examination.

Of course, unlike ‘F’ graded course, no separate grade card will be issued. No re-examination will be scheduled for the mid semester examination and minor test. In case of absentees, it is entirely up to the course coordinator to ascertain the proficiency of the student by whatever means considered appropriate if he/she is satisfied of the bonafides of the cases. Re-examinations will be held as per dates notified in the Academic Calendar. Withholding of Grades



Grades shall be withheld when the student has not paid his/her dues or when there is a disciplinary action pending against him/her. Also the results shall remain withheld as per clause 20.5. 24 24.1 Eligibility for the Award of B.Tech. Degree A student shall be declared to be eligible for the award of B.Tech. degree if he/she has (a) Completed all the credit requirements for the degree with grade ‘DD’ or higher grade in each of the subjects (Theoretical, Laboratory, Workshop etc.), Seminar, Project etc. (b) Satisfactorily completed all the non-credit requirements for the degree viz.- Extra Academic Activities etc. (c) No dues to the Institute, Department, Hostels, NCC and NSO; and (d) No disciplinary action is pending against him. 24.2 The award of B.Tech. degree must be recommended by the Senate and approved by the Board of Governors of the Institute.



B.Tech. Regulations DEPARTMENTAL UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (DUPC) Composition: (i) (ii) Head of the Department (ex-officio) 50% of the faculty members of the Department with a maximum of eight or a minimum of three faculty members to be nominated by the Head of which one will be nominated as the Member Secretary. One faculty member from another department. The department will be chosen by the committee. The faculty member from the chosen department will be nominated by the Head of the concerned department. Two students with CPI not less than 7.5 to be nominated by the following committee (a) Dean (Academic) Convenor (b) Dean (SW) (c) Dean (R & C) : Member and : Member : Member Chairman Members





(d) Head of the concerned department : Member Tenure: Two years for faculty members and one year for student members. Functions: (a) (b) (c) (d) To oversee the conduct of all undergraduate courses of the department. To ensure academic standard and excellence of the courses offered by the department. To discuss and recommend the syllabi of all the undergraduate courses offered by the department from time to time before sending the same to the Senate To consider any matter related to the undergraduate programme of the department.


or any other unhealthy criterion. Annexure I Conduct and Discipline Rules for the Students of NIT Silchar Following rules shall be in force to govern the conduct and discipline of all students: 1. Students shall show due respect to the teachers of the Institute, the Assoc. Wardens of the Hostels, the Sports Officers and the Officers of the National Cadet Crops; proper courtesy should also be extended to the employees of the Institute and of the Hostels. They shall also pay due attention and courtesy to visitors. Students are required to develop a friendly relationship with fellow students. In particular, they are expected to show kindness and consideration to the new students admitted to the Institute every year. Law bans ragging in any form to anybody. Any act of physical or mental pressurization of junior students, individually or in group, will be considered as an act of ragging. Ragging also includes forcing junior students to meet seniors outside institute premises, or in places where a student has no valid reason to be present, asking irrelevant questions or using abusive language. Ragging will be considered as gross indiscipline and will be severely dealt with, which may include expulsion from the institute. Any incident of ragging inside or outside the campus must be reported to an Assoc. warden, the chief warden or a faculty member designated to look after ragging issues by any student, senior or fresher, who has witnessed an incident. Failure to report a ragging incident will be considered a serious offence, even if one is not personally involved in it. If a junior student yields to any form of ragging by senior students and does not inform the Institute or hostel authorities, or willfully withholds the information in an enquiry of ragging incident, the matter will be treated as indiscipline on the part of the junior student and invite punishment comparable to those against ragging itself. Willful withholding of complaint by a junior student does not automatically exempt a senior from punishment. 3. The following acts of omission and/or commission and comparable offences shall constitute gross violation of the code of conduct and are liable to invoke disciplinary measures: ♦ Furnishing false statement of any kind in the form of application for admission or for award of scholarship or prizes etc. Furnishing false statement to the Disciplinary Committee, or willfully withholding information relevant to an inquiry. Organizing or participating in any activity that has potential for driving fellow students along lines of religion, caste, home state, batch of admission, hostel ♦ ♦ Physical or mental harassment of freshers through physical contact or oral abuse. Getting involved in a brawl or fight with persons outside the Institute, either alone or in a group, irrespective of who initiated the conflict. Willfully damaging or stealthily removing any property belongings of the Institute, Hostels or fellow students. Adoption of unfair means in the examinations. Possession, consumption or distribution of alcoholic drinks or any kind of hallucinogenic drugs. Organizing or participating in any group activity except purely academic and scientific programmes in company with others in or outside the campus without prior permission of the Dean of Student Welfare. Mutilation or unauthorized possession of library books. Not cooperating with faculty, officers or security personnel investigating a disciplinary issue. Resorting to noisy and unseemly behavior, disturbing studies of fellow students. Disturbing in drunken state or otherwise an incident an academic or student function or any other public event. Not obeying traffic rules on campus, not following safety practices or causing potential danger to oneself or other persons in any way. Displaying lack of courtesy and decorum, resorting to indecent behavior any where within or outside the campus. Not intimating his/her absence to the Assoc. Warden of the hostel before leaving campus. Getting involved in an activity that violates state or national laws. 4. Commensurate with the gravity of the offence, the punishment may be 4.1 Reprimand, 4.2 Additional work in the institute, 4.3 Debarment from student activities and elections and captaincy of sports teams, 4.4 Partial (one month or one semester) or c 4.5 complete debarment from campus placement, 4.6 Reduction in grade in one or more courses, 4.7 Award of F or NP, as the case may be, grade in one or more courses with or without forcing to study in slow pace, 4.8 Expulsion from the hostel,

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B.Tech. Regulations 4.9 Rustication for a specified period, or 4.10 Outright expulsion from the Institute. Punishments under items 4.5 – 4.9 will constitute “Major Punishments” and will debar a student from all academic medals and prizes, as well as important nonacademic awards. In addition, for economic offences (either misappropriation of money or damage to Institute property), the cost to the Institute will be recovered along with a penalty which may be up to ten times of the cost recovered. 5. For a minor offence committed (a) in a hostel, (b) in the department or a class room and (c) elsewhere, the Assoc. warden, the head of the department and the dean of student welfare, respectively, shall have the authority to reprimand, impose fine or take any other suitable measure. All cases involving punishment other than reprimand or fine shall be reported to the chairman of the standing disciplinary committee in a formal manner. include the suggested punishment in cases of guilt proven, will be forwarded to the Chairman, Senate for necessary action. 6(d) Proof of guilt need not necessarily be at the same level as necessary in a court of law. The committee, in order to protect the academic rights of a greater body of students, may award disciplinary measures if it is reasonably satisfied that such measures are in the greater interest of the students. 6(e) The Director, at his discretion may take additional measures keeping in mind long term issues and impact on other aspects of Institute management. The Director in the capacity of Chairman, Senate may make minor changes in the nature of punishment awarded. 6(f) On approval of Director, the Deputy / Assistant Registrar (Academic) will bring out appropriate orders with copies to the parents / guardians of the student.

6(a) All major acts of indiscipline, which may have serious repercussion on the students in general and/or which may warrant a uniform and more formalized nature of investigation, shall be handled by the Standing Institute Disciplinary Committee appointed by Senate. The standing Disciplinary Committee consists of the following ex-officio and other members: (i) (ii) Dean of Student Welfare Chief Warden Two members of faculty nominated by the Senate, for a period of two years Two senior students nominated by the Director for a period of one year Deputy/Asst. Registrar (Academic) : Chairman : Members

6(g) If the Director feels that the nature and/or quantum of punishment is not commensurate with the offence and may create long term problems, he may refer the matter to the full Senate. The Senate’s decision in the matter will be final. 7. Acts which may be classed as ‘crimes’ rather than acts of indiscipline will be reported to the state authorities; they include such acts as causing serious injury to fellow students or others, causing major damage to Institute property, being involved in activities prejudicial to national security or to that maintaining communal harmony etc. Cases of adoption of unfair means in an examination shall be dealt with by the Examination Disciplinary Committee consisting of the following members: (i) (ii) Dean (Academic) Assoc. Dean (Exam) The concerned examiner(s) and the invigilator reporting the incident One faculty member nominated by the Senate for a term of two years Deputy/Asst. Registrar : Chairman : Member


: Members

8. : Members



: Member Secretary


Assoc. Wardens of the hostels of the concerned students, Vice Presidents of SAC and other faculty members may be invited to the proceedings of the ISDC at the discretion of the Chairman as per need


: Members

6(b) The standing Disciplinary Committee shall investigate complaints, examine available evidence and award punishment. 6(c) Recommendation of the committee, which will


: Members


: Member


B.Tech. Regulations (Academic)/HOS (academic) Secretary invigilator or other minor offences. In case of adoption of unfair means or creation of serious disturbance in the examination hall, the invigilator shall report the matter to the examination malpractice committee. 12. Any act of indiscipline and steps taken by the Director will be reported to the Senate in its next meeting. If opportunity still exists, the Senate may deliberate and alter the nature and/or quantum of punishment awarded. A punishment, once awarded and notified cannot be changed by the Director, the Standing Disciplinary Committee, or any administrative authority. However, when new facts come to light, the Senate can amend the punishment and take any other corrective measures that it feels appropriate. Ordinarily minor disciplinary offences and punishments will not be reflected in a students’ Conduct Certificate. But in serious cases, Disciplinary Committee, the Director or the Senate may decide to make an appropriate entry in the students’ Conduct Certificate.

If adoption of unfair means is proved, the punishment may be, depending on the quantum of the offence and prior record, reduction of grade, de-registration of a course, expulsion for one or more semesters or outright expulsion from the Institute. The Committee shall recommend appropriate measures in each case to the Chairman of the Senate for awarding the punishment. In case of minor offences in the examination hall, the invigilator can enter a punitive deduction of marks on the answer script which will be implemented by the course teacher at the time of evaluation of the script. 9. Any act of indiscipline in a hostel will be investigated by a Hall Disciplinary Committee which will recommend the action to the Assoc. warden, Hostels, who will decide the course of action to be taken and implement it. However, in case the matter is in serious nature, the Assoc. warden will forward it to the Dean (SW) through Chief Warden, Hall. The Dean (SW) who is the Chairman of the standing Institute Disciplinary Committee shall take necessary action. The Hall Disciplinary Committee shall consist of the following members:



(i) (ii)

Assoc. Warden General Secretary, Gymkhana One boarder of the hall to be nominated by the Chief Warden of Hotels in consultation with the Assoc. Warden

: Chairman : Members


: Members


Cases of indiscipline in a class room or laboratory can be handled by the class teacher by expelling from the class, marking the student absent for a few classes or penalizing on marks under sessional assessment. An invigilator in an examination hall may recommend deduction of marks (up to 10 marks) on the answer script for indiscipline in the examination hall, disobeying advice of the



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FATHER’S / GUARDIAN’S ADDRESS SLIP To Dr. / Shri………………………………………... ………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………. Pin Code ………………….State………………

FATHER’S / GUARDIAN’S ADDRESS SLIP To Dr. / Shri………………………………………... ………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………. Pin Code ………………….State………………

FATHER’S / GUARDIAN’S ADDRESS SLIP To Dr. / Shri………………………………………... ………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………. Pin Code ………………….State………………

FATHER’S / GUARDIAN’S ADDRESS SLIP To Dr. / Shri………………………………………... ………………………………………………….. …………………………………………………. Pin Code ………………….State………………

NAME : ____________________________________________________


2. 3.


NITS /AC /102

1. 3. 6. Name :_______________________________ 2. Roll No._________________

Programme:___________________4. Department_________________5. Year _________ Reason for not staying in the Hostel:

_________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ 7. Name & address of with whom student will stay: __________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________ Phone : __________________________

8. 9.

Relationship with the student: ____________________________________________ Distance from the Institute: ___________________km.

10. Proposed mode of travel ____________________________________________ (If proposed to travel by a motor vehicle, a photo copy of Driving licence to be enclosed. I promise to wear safety helmet or seat belt while driving, and promise not to drive in the hostel area.) 11. We certify that adequate physical facility exists for accommodation of Shri / Ms _____________________________________ and the place is conducive for studying The place of stay is close to the Campus and the student shall face no difficulty in attending classes and laboratories both during and outside regular working hours. Adequate safety measures will be taken during travel for female students. The student shall pay full seat rent for his allotted hostel seat and all other dues (except Mess dues) as decided by the Warden of the Hostel. 12. Signature : __________________________ Guardian with whom student will live. Recommendation :_______________________________________________________ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------Faculty Advisor Head of the Department Approved / Not Approved Dean, Academic ------------------------------_____________________ Student ______________________ Parent / Guardian


NITS/AC/103 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SILCHAR REQUEST FOR PAYMENT OF FEES THROUGH E-BANKING (To be submitted on approval of application) Date: ______________ 1. 2. 4. 5. Name of the Candidate in full Regn no Program : : : Department :

Head of Account and amount of fees to be paid Sl no (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi (vii) Head of Account Semester Registration fee Thesis submission fee Re-examination fee Summer Course Registration fee Fines Transcripts & Certificates Hostel dues Amount (Rs.)


I may kindly be permitted to deposit the fees mentioned above in appropriate Institute account through ebanking.

Signature of Student

Permitted to deposit the fees through e-banking. Appropriate entry has been made on the computer for accepting the fees. Office Assistant (Academic Section) Asst./Deputy Registrar (academic)

To Assistant/Deputy Registrar (Accounts)



National Institute of Technology Silchar
Semester Registration form for B.Tech. Programs 1. 3. 5. 6.

: : : : :

2. Sex 4. Semester 6. Hostel 7. Year

: : : :

Regn No Dept.
Date of Registration

8. Category (Gen/SC/ ST/OBC/Minority) 7. Subjects Registered:

9. PH (Y/N) :

(a) F Grade subjects not cleared so far, if any:

Semester Subject code Subject Name

Subject Registered as Credit Remarks pts Regular Compartmental

(b) Regular Subjects of Current Semester: Subject code Subject Name

Credit pts


8. Total Credit pts (7(a)+7(b)) :
Signature of the student with date

Signature of the faculty advisor with date


12. Details of Registration Fees paid Rs. Receipt no.


13. Fee for extra load 15. Any Other Fee
17. CLEARANCE _____From Hostel

: Rs. : Rs.

14. Fine 16. Total Paid

: Rs. Fees : Rs.

From Library

From Accounts

Other, if any

18. PRESENT ADDRESS Home ---------------------------------------------------------Hostel no. ------------------- Room no. ----------Hostel

Pin -------------------------STD Code -------------Phone/Mobile ------------------------------------

Mobile/contact no. --------------------------------Email id : --------------------------------------------

All particulars stated in this Registration Form are true. If any information given by me is found to be false at any stage, I shall be liable to any action that the NIT authority may deem fit and proper.

Date: -----------------------------------

Signature of the student ---------------------------------------------

N.B. Students are to retain a Xerox copy before final submission to Academic section. FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Received, verified and found in order. Dealing Assistant: …………………………… May be allowed to register and be listed in the appropriate Roll sheet Dean (Academic) ………………………………. Superintendent: …………………………… Remarks, if any: Assistant Registrar (Acd): …………………..


Instructions on Semester Registration
1. This form is to be used by every student of NIT SILCHAR at the beginning of a semester. Through this form, the student requests the courses that he/she intends to study during the semester or to write exams as backlog papers. 2. All roll sheets for classes and lists of examiners are from these registration forms. If you forget to mention a course here, you will not have another opportunity to attend classes or to sit in examination on that paper. 3. Please consult Institute time table before filling up this form. There should be no more than one course during a time slot. Please note that no department or teacher or administrator can change the time table later, except with the consent of every single stake holder. Do not ever give your consent to a change of time table if the change would create a conflict in your own schedule. 4. Please choose your electives in a manner that avoids time table conflict. 5. If you have ‘F’ grades more than one year old, please register for those courses first. You can register the course as a regular or compartmental course. Please refer clause 6.5 of B.Tech rules and regulations for further details. 6. Only after registering for the backlog and repeat courses, register for the current semester courses, starting with the core subjects. Your Faculty Advisor will guide you on choice of courses and electives. 7. If your CPI is low (< 6.00), you are advised to enter the slow pace programme. Do not load yourself excessively and get more F grades in future. 8. You must complete the full B.Tech. programme in 6 years. 9. Attendance in class is extremely important. The minimum attendance should be 75% of total number of classes held in any subject. Absence beyond these limits will mean loss of grade points, and in extreme cases, outright failure. Please do not take the risk. 10. Your Faculty Advisor is your best friend and your interface with the Institute. Always remain in touch with him. Any application to institute authorities should preferably be through your faculty advisor.



APPLICATION FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM CLASSES (To be submitted in duplicate to the Department office. Please do not submit to Academic section) (Please do not use this form for visiting other Institutions/ Industry for academic work) Type of Leave: 1. 2 4. Name : 3. Department : Personal Leave * Medical Leave **

Regn No. : Reasons for seeking leave ( Give details):

5. 6. 7. 8

Period : from No. of working days of absence : Leave already availed during the semester : Address during the leave with tel. no.

To Medical : Personal:


I understand that this leave does not entitle me to extra classes, alternative examination, credit for class tests / home assignments or mess rebate. 10. Enclosures : * Students can take personal leave only for a serious medical problem in the family, but not for other casual reasons. ** Medical leave may be availed for prolonged illness. Photocopy of medical card with Institute Medical officer’s recommendation enclosed. In case of outstation illness, all relevant medical papers ( prescriptions, medicine purchase receipts, diagnostic reports etc) are also enclosed along with endorsement by Institute Medical officer.

Signature of the student Recommended for approval: Faculty advisor Approved (upto two weeks) Department Office Recommended (beyond two weeks) Head of the Department Recommended (beyond one month) Dean (Acad) APPROVED

Approved (upto one month)

Director To Assistant Registrar / HOS (Acad) for records Copy to: Student concerned (through HOD & Faculty advisor)



NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SILCHAR Request for permission to travel for academic work, conference or student activity
(Please submit in duplicate if involves absence from classes) 1. 3. 4. 5. Name of student : Hostel of residence : Purpose of travel : Details of activity : Academic Conference Student activity Other 2. Regn. No.

6. 7. 8.

Place of visit : Organisation Duration of absence including travel From : Expenses : To :

City :

Round trip train fare in appropriate class ( with concession if applicable) : Local travel : Registration fees : 9. 10. Rs. Rs Correspondence with Institute to be visited Abstract of paper Conference brochure 12. Date Living expenses : Rs

Special request if any : Enclosures : Acceptance of paper Other

11 12.

Signature of student Recommendation of faculty advisor/thesis supervisor (for project related travel only)

Thesis supervisor (if applicable) For project work without financial support or with financial support from Research projects Recommendation of Project PI (if applicable) Travel grant will be provided from project Signature of PI Supervisor Approved Head of the Department Dean (SW) / Prof T & P is requested to issue student concession Travel expenses approved. Dean (SW) / Prof T & P is requested to issue student concession For academic purpose with financial support Funds will be provided from Departmental operating grant as per rule towards registration fee and/or fees charged by host institution.

Faculty advisor

For student activity with financial support May be permitted

Head of the Department Funds may be provided from Gymkhana grant as per rules to the extent of Rs

V.P./ Secretary of concerned society. Approved

Head of the Department

Dean (Acad)

Dean (SW)


Policy Regarding Travel Assistance to Students A student may need travel support under three types of activities: (a) For academic work such as using an instrument or library in a different institution, or for collecting data as a part of his/her project work All fees for use of equipment or services are to be borne from the operating grant of the Department (b) For presenting a paper in a conference based on his/her project/research work or attending a short term or training programme essential for carrying out the proposed research programme . Participation in a training programme should be justified by the supervisor for long term benefit to the department. All fees for registration are to be borne from the Project fund or the operating grant of the Department or (c) Participating in a student activity such as paper presentation, model competition, poster presentation not based on any mandatory academic assignment. The Institute will ordinarily bear the expenses towards round trip sleeper class train fare or bus fare, when an official team is led by a faculty member or sports officer. The Institute will bear expenses towards local travel, living expenses and registration fees as decided by the Student Union body/ Gymkhana. This facility is provided only in cases where the student has been nominated to represent the Institute in a national level competition after going through an open competitive process within the Institute. The number of such travel supports and the mode of selection will be decided by the Student Union body. Regulations: In cases of (A) and (B), if financial support is requested, the applications should be sent to Dean(AA) through supervisor and HOD. The following documents need to be enclosed with the application. 1. 2. 3. 4. A formal request through this form. Acceptance from the host institute or conference organizers. A brief description of the work to be done or abstract of the paper to be presented. A summary of the research topic being pursued at NIT.

In case of (C), the application should be sent to Dean(SW) through concerned Vice President of the student union body. No advance will be paid to the student by the Institute. Reimbursement will be made against expenses made on production of proper receipts. The student must claim reimbursement using prescribed form within a week of returning from the journey. Mess rebate as per rules will be available if Warden of the concerned hall is informed before leaving the campus. Students must submit a copy of the approved form to Academic Section if absence from classes is involved. Note : Approval of travel against this form shall not entitle a student to alternative mid-sem or endsem examination or class test. Financial assistance will be given subject of availability of fund.




1 2 4 5

. Examination : Name of student :



Rest advised for the period : ___________________ to ________________ Description of medical condition : (The text must bring out the features that make a student incapable of appearing in an examination from a sick bed in the Institute) :

6 7 8 9

For how long the student has been suffering ? Is the student hospitalized or recommended for hospitalization ? (Give details) Other treatment given :

The student may be exempted from appearing in examination during the period : ________________ to _______________, because he is incapable of writing the examination even from a sick bed or hospital bed. Signature of Medical Officer

To Assistant Registrar ( Acad) Approval of Dean (AA) The student is exempted from appearing in examination during the period recommended under item 9.
__________ Dean (Acad)

• • •

To be issued by Institute Medical Officer on request by a student or his Faculty Advisor, HOD, Warden or Chief Warden. Request to be made on the earliest opportunity that a student or a faculty member gets to approach a Medical Officer of the Institute. If exempted by Dean (Acad), a student may get an opportunity for an alternative/supplementary examination






4. Year of Admission :

1 Name of student : 3 Department : 5 Papers want to appear Sl. No. Subject code Subject name



Attendance in class ( % )



Reasons for missing regular examination (Give complete detail): (a) Admitted to hospital on recommendation of Institute Medical Officer [Attach photocopies of medical record book, hospital discharge certificate] (b) Granted leave of absence by Dean (AA) for family calamity. (c) Any other _______________________________________. Alternative / Supplementary examination fee as per rules may be added to my dues payable during registration for the next semester.

8 Enclosure : Relevant documents and copies of prior communications:

Signature of the student 9 Recommended with following justification :

Faculty advisor To Assistant Registrar ( Acad)

Head of the Department

To be filled by all students seeking an alternative mid semester or supplementary examination on grounds of illness, family calamity, participation in a national/international event or any other reason.. Not to be submitted by students securing F grade in examination.



National Institute of Technology Silchar COURSE EVALUATION FORM FORM A

Course No.

Course Name

Date (dd/mm/yy)



• 1.

Please respond to each statement carefully. Your independent and well-considered responses will contribute to the Institute's ongoing effort to improve the teaching-learning environment. DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME/ROLL NUMBER ANYWHERE. Detailed comments are welcome. PUT A TICK MARK IN THE APPROPRIATE BOX/CELL. About myself
Very poor (1) Poor (2) Average (3) Good (4) Very good (5)

1. 2. 3.

My attendance in the classes of the course is My preparation before going to the class was My expected grade in the course is


About the Course
Strongly disagree (1) Disagree (2) Neutral (3) Agree (4) Strongly agree (5)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

A detailed course syllabus was provided at the beginning of the course Text books were appropriate for the course Reference books provided good support for the course The course timing in he time-table was appropriate The course load was very heavy The course was highly enjoyable


About the Instructor
Strongly disagree (1) Disagree (2) Neutral (3) Agree (4) Strongly agree (5)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

The course material was organized properly The concepts were explained properly Classes were held regularly and accordingly to the time-table The instructor's voice was clear and understandable Black-board work/visual presentations were of good quality Topics were covered in a logical sequence Assignments were useful and followed the lectures Questions and discussions were encouraged Evaluation was done regularly and feedback was given Overall, the instruction was excellent


About the Tutorials
Strongly disagree (1) Disagree (2) Neutral (3) Agree (4) Strongly agree (5)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tutorials were held regularly and followed the lectures Tutorials clarified basic concepts taught in the lectures Tutorials helped in learning problem-solving in a methodical way Questions and discussion were encouraged Overall, tutorials were useful




(Students Are Advised To Go Through the Rules Regarding Change of Branch Mentioned Overleaf Carefully Before Filling The Application Form)

1. 2. 3. 4. 6.


: ___________________________________________ : ___________________________________________ : __________________________________________ : ___________________________________________

PREFERENCES (in terms of Branch)

Order of Preference 1 2 3



Signature of the student

NOTE: The duly filled in application form should be submitted to the Academic office in person on production of Identity Card on or before the date mentioned in the Academic Calendar/notified by Dean (Academic) by signing on the Roll Sheet. Applications will not be entertained beyond the last date. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------(For Office use) Date of Receipt: ________________ CPI (upto to 2nd Sem): __________

Dealing Asst.

Assistant Registrar (Academic) P.T.O.


1. Change of branch may be considered, only if vacancy exists and if no department falls below 10% of its sanctioned strength because of branch change. However, Dean (Academic) will have the power not to allow for any change of the sanctioned strength of any department considering the limited space in class rooms and laboratories, and other relevant facilities in the department. Change of Branch is not permissible for the students admitted against the quota for MEA/ICCR/SAARC countries/DASA Scheme, readmitted in the first semester due to any reason. Students whose branch will be changed are advised to submit a no objection certificate from their parents/ guardian on the official date of registration to the 3rd Semester. Application received after the due date will not be considered. Only those students will be eligible for consideration for a change of branch after the second semester who have (a) (b) (c) 6. 7. 8. completed all the credits/course prescribed in the 1st and 2nd semesters of their studies, in the first attempt, without having had to pass any course requirement in the re-examination/complementary examination must have secured a CPI not less than 8.0 at the end of second semester has not been awarded any punishment on disciplinary grounds.

2. 3. 4. 5.

Application once submitted can not be withdrawn. Incomplete/over writing application in any reason will be rejected. Change of Branch shall be made strictly on the basis of inter se merit of the applicants. For this purpose the CPI obtained at the end of the Second semester shall only be considered. In case of ties, AIEEE/JEE rank shall be the deciding factor. All changes of branch will be final and binding on the applicants. No student will be permitted, under any circumstances, to refuse the change of branch so offered.


10. Vacancies will be counted at the end of second semester results.


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