DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

 

SYLLABUS

GROUP A
I A 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I


Aim :
The course is aimed at developing the basic Mathematical skills of engineering students that are imperative for effective understanding of engineering subjects. The topics introduced will serve as basic tools for specialized studies in many fields of engineering and technology.

 

Objectives :
On completion of the course the students are expected:
- to identify algebraic problems from practical areas and obtain the solutions in certain cases
- to understand maxima and minima concept.
- to solve differential equations of certain types, including systems of differential equations that they might encounter in the same or higher semesters.
- to understand double and triple integration and enable them to handle
integrals of higher orders.

 

SECTION-A

Unit I : Successive differentiation, Leibnitz’s theorem on the nth
derivative of a product, Expansion of a function by using Taylor’s
theorem and Maclaurin’s theorem, Indeterminate forms. (10)

Unit II: Partial differentiation, total differential coefficients, exact
differential, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous function,
Transformation of independent variables. (10)

Unit III : Jacobians of explicit functions and implicit function with
properties, functional dependence, Maxima and Minima of a
function of two independent variables, Maxima and Minima of a
function of several independent connected variables by
Lagrange’s method of undetermined multipliers. (10)

 

SECTION-B

Unit IV : Complex Numbers : Demoiver’s theorem and its applications,
Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions, separation of real
and imaginary parts, Logarithm of complex numbers. (10)

Unit V : Ordinary differential equations of first order and first degree in
various forms; (Variable separable, linear differential equation,
1 2
homogeneous differential equation, exact differential equation)
and reducible to above forms, methods of substitution. (10)

Unit VI : Solution of differential equation of first order and higher degree
by various methods application of differential equations of first
order and first degree to the problems on orthogonal trajectories
and electrical engineering. (10)

 

TEXT BOOK :-

(1) Wartikar P.N. & Wartikar J.N.- A Text Book of Applied Mathematics,
Vol.-I, & II, Pune V.G. Prakashan, Pune.

REFERENCE BOOKS :-

1) Grewal B.S. - Higher Engineering Mathematics, 40/e, Khanna
Publishers.
2) Kreyszig E.K. - Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley.
3) Ramana B.V. - Higher Engineering Mathematics, (TMH)
4) Singh R.R. & Bhatt M. - Engineering Mathematics, (TMH)

I A 2 ENGINEERING PHYSICS

Aim :
To enable the students to correlate the theoretical principles of
fundamentals of modern aspects in Physics with application oriented
studies of engineering.

 

Objectives :
At the end of the course the students would be exposed to fundamental
knowledge in:
- Electromagnetic phenomena and wave propagation,
- Interferometric techniques in metrology, communication
- Application of quantum physics to optical & electrical phenomena
- Application of lasers and Fiber Optics in Engineering and Technology
- Conducting, superconducting and dielectric materials
- Semi conducting and new engineering materials
- Physics of Modern engineering materials
- Application of ultrasonics, acoustics

 

SECTION-A

Unit I : Solid State Physics : Energy band diagrams, covalent bonds,
bound & free electrons,holes, electron and hole mobilites
intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, fermi and impurity levels,
charge neutrality equation and semiconductor conductivity,
Einstein relation, p-n junction diode, Zener diode, Light Emitting
Diode. (9)

Unit II: Modern Physics : Elements of wave properties of particle and
particle properties of wave, LASER, spontaneous and stimulated
emission of radiation, Einstein coefficient, Ruby Laser,
characteristics & application of Laser. (7)

Unit III : Electric and Magnetic Fields : Motion of electron in uniform
transverse electric field and transverse magnetic fields, velocity
selector (energy filter), positive rays, Bainbridge mass
spectrograph, Hall effect, cathode ray oscilloscope : working
and its block diagram. (7)

 

SECTION-B

Unit IV : Interference and Diffraction : Fundamental condition of
interference, thin film interference due to reflected light,
Newton’s ring, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, single and
double slit diffraction, plane transmission grating. (7)

Unit V : Fibre Optics : Principle and construction of optical fibre,
acceptance angle and acceptance cone numerical aperture, types
of optical fibres and refractive index profile, attenuation in optical
fibres, different mechanisms of attenuation, application of optical
fibres. (8)

Unit VI : Fluid Dynamics and Acoustics : Continuity equation, Bernoulli’s
theorem and its applications,Viscosity, flow of liquids through a
capillary tube, Stoke’s formula. Production and application of
Ultrasonics. Acoustics of buildings. (7)

 

TEXT BOOK :

1) M.N.Avadhanulu & P.G.Kshirsagar : Engineering Physics, S.Chand
Pub., 2008

 

REFERENCE BOOKS :

1) R.K.Gaur & S.L.Gupta : Engineering Physics, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
2) Hitendra K. Malik & A.K.Singh : Engineering Physics, Tata McGraw
Hill
3) Beiser : Modern Physics, Tata McGraw Hill
4) Mani & Mehta : Modern Physics, Affiliated East-West Press
5) N.Subrahmanyam, Brijlal, M.N.Avadhanulu : A Text Book of Optics,
S.Chand & Company Ltd.

 

I A 3 ENGINEERING MECHANICS
Aim :

Basic concepts of Mechanics for Static and Dynamics have to be implanted
into the student.

 

Objectives :
At the end of this course the student should be able to understand:
- the vectorial and scalar representation of forces and moments, static
equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies both in two dimensions and
also in three dimensions.
- the principle of work and energy.
- the effect of friction on equilibrium
- the laws of motion, the kinematics of motion and the interrelationship
- the dynamic equilibrium equation
- All these should be achieved both conceptually and through solved
examples.

 

SECTION-A

UNIT I: Concept of a force, moment of a force about a point and about
an axis, couple, resolution and compositions of coplanar force
system, reduction of system of forces into a force and a couple
equivalent force system.
Free-body diagrams, equations of equilibrium, problems of
equilibrium involving co-planar force system acting on a particle,
rigid body and system of rigid bodies, problems of equilibrium
of non-coplanar concurrent force system. (8)

UNIT II: Analysis of simple plane trusses, method of joints, method of
sections, analysis of frames involving ideally connected
members.
Coulomb’s law of friction, static belt friction, wedge friction.(8)

UNIT III: First moment of an area and centroid, second moment and
product of area, transfer theorems, polar moment of inertia, radius
of gyration, definition of principle axes and principle moment of
inertia.
Work of a force, Principle of virtual work and its application.(7)

 

SECTION B

Unit IV: Kinematics: Definitions of displacement, velocity and
acceleration and their relations, rectilinear motion under variable
& constant accelerations, motion curves, simple relative motion
between two particles, curvilinear motion using rectangular
coordinates, normal and tangential components.
Kinematics of rigid body motion in rectilinear translation: rotation
about a fixed axis and plane motion. (8)
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Unit V: Kinetics of rectilinear and circular motion of a particle acted
upon by constant and variable force system, D’Alembert’s
principle, concept of dynamic equilibrium, rectilinear motion of
several interconnected particles
Kinetics of rigid body rectilinear translation, rotation about a
fixed axis of rigid body. (7)

Unit VI: Work, power and energy: work-energy equation for motion of a
particle, system of particles, work energy equation for rigid bodies rectilinear translation.
Linear impulse, linear momentum, momentum equation for a
particle and a system of particles, direct central impact, collision
of two particles, coefficient of restitution. (7)

 

TEXT BOOK :

1) Bhattacharyya Basudeb, Engineering Mechanics, Oxford University
Press.

 

REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. Singer, F. L., Engineering Mechanics, Harper Collins Pub., Singapore.
2. Timoshenko, S. P. and Young, D. H., Engineering Mechanics,
McGraw-Hill International C.,Auckland.
3. Beer, F. P. and Johnston, E. R., Vector Mechanics for Engineers,
McGraw-Hill International C., Auckland.
4. Shames, I. H., Engineering Mechanics, P.H.I. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

 

I A 4 ENGINEERING DRAWING

 

Aim :
To provide mechanical engineering (orthographic) drawing skills in the
context of engineering design.

 

Objectives :

To develop in students graphic skills for communication of concepts, ideas
and design of engineering products and expose them to existing national
standards related to technical drawings.

 

SECTION-A

UNIT I: Engineering Curves
a) Conic Section Construction of ellipse, parabola & hyperbola by various
methods
b) Cycloidal curves. Construction of cycloid, epicycloids & hypocycloid.
Tangent & normal to the curve.
c) Involutes
Involutes of circle , square, pentagon, hexagon.
d) Loci of points : Locus problems on
i. four bar chain mechanism
ii. Simple slider crank mechanism
iii. Offset slider crank mechanism. (8)

UNIT II: Introduction to Projections.1st angle , 3rd angle method of projection
a) Projection of points b) Projection of lines ( Inclined to one plane at a time.)
c) Projection of planes. (Inclined to both the planes) (8)

UNIT III: Orthographic projection
Conversion of simple pictorial views into orthographic views.(7)

SECTION-B

UNIT IV: Projection of regular solids. Projection of prism, pyramid, cone, cylinder Projection on auxiliary planes. (7)

UNIT V: Section of solids.
Section of solids keeping solids in different position. (7)

UNIT VI: Isometric views & projection.
Construction of isometric scale.
Isometric views & projection of objects having rectangular,
cylindrical surfaces & representation of sloping faces and slots.
Dimensioning of isometric views/projection. (8)

TEXT BOOK :-

1. Bhatt N.D. & Panchal V.M. – Engineering Drawing, 49th edition,
Charotar Pub. House,Anand, Gujrat, 2007.

REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. Shah P.J. - Engineering Drawing, S.Chand Publication, 2008.
2. Narayana K.L., Kannaiah P. - Engineering Drawing, Scitech
Publication, 2009.
3. Dhwan R.K. - Engineering Drawing, S.Chand Publication, (5th edition,
2008)
4. Jolhe D.A. - Engineering Drawing, Tata McGraw Hill Publication,2008.
I A 5 WORK SHOP – I

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To give students ‘hands on experience’ of craftsmanship.
• To make students familiar with different work trades.
• To develop quality & safety consciousness amongst the students.
• To develop awareness of fire safety amongst the students.
• To develop respect towards labour work amongst the students.
• To develop skill sets for creating entities from primitive engineering materials.
• To develop skill sets for establish in connections through wires and cables.
• This exercise also aims at inculcating respect for physical work and
hard labour in addition to some value addition by getting exposed to
interdisciplinary engineering domains.

A) PERFORMANCE:

I) SMITHY: Introduction to smithy operations like upsetting, drawing,
bending, Forming; Tools- hammer, hot and cold chisels, swages,
drifts, flatters, tongs, anvils and various smithy tools & equipments,
their use. Forging Principle, forge welding, use of forged parts.

One job on smithy: Job involving upsetting, drawing down,
flattering. Change of cross sectional area like round into rectangular
or making a ring from a round bar, S – Hook, forming such as a
square / hexagonal headed bolt, hook etc.

II) FITTING: Introduction to different fitting tools. Use and setting of
fitting tools for marking, center punching, chipping, cutting, filing,
drilling, their use, different measuring tools, Files – Material and
Classification.

One job on fitting: Job involving Fitting involving marking, filing,
hacksaw cutting, drilling and tapping such as a male-female type
pare.above mentioned operations.

III) TAPS & DIES: introduction to Taps & Dies, Different sizes of Taps
& Dies their uses, Holding instruments of taps & dies.

One job on taps & dies: Job involving, External and internal threads
on plate or pipe , marking, center punching, cutting, filing, drilling.
B) DEMONSTRATION:
Minimum two physical demonstrations provided from following. In
addition to physical demonstrations Video / LCD presentations for
rest of demonstrations may be provided.

1) SAFETY : Common hazards while working with engineering
equipment and related safety measures. Colour Codes floor marking
in industries, various hazard indication signs. Posters for safety.
Fire Safety, fire prevention precautions, necessity of fire fighting,
fire extinguishers, rules of fire fighting, risk elements in fire fighting
and demonstration of use of fire extinguishers.

2) MATERIALS : Brief introduction of materials used in Industries,
steels and alloys, cast iron, non-ferrous metals, timber, plastics and
polymers, glass etc. and; their applications.

3) MEASURING INSTRUMENTS: Brief introduction to instruments
other than used in above performing trades. like –Vernier Caliper,
Micrometer, Dial indicator, thickness gauge, height gauge, Their
least counts, common errors and care while using them, Use of
marking gauge, ‘V’ block and surface plate.

4) MACHINE TOOLS AND PROCESSES: Brief introduction to metal
removing, Showing basic operations like plain turning facing, step
turning etc. metal shaping,

5) FOUNDRY: Moulding sand, constituents and characteristics.
Pattern, definition, materials, types, core printing. Role of gate,
runner, riser, core and chaplets. Causes and remedies of some
common casting defects like blow holes, cavities, inclusions.
Demonstration to Preparation of sand mould like pipe flange, anvil,
etc.

6) PLASTIC INJECTION MOULDING: Introduction, principle,
equipment & its operation, mould introduction & setting, Safety
precautions and demonstration of plastic injection molding process.

7) IT & COMPUTERS: Introduction and identification of hardware
components of a typical computer system. Handling and operating
peripheral devices like printer, scanner, pen drives, CD-ROM,
Multimedia Devices, UPS etc. Identification and study of
communication elements like Single pair wires (phone lines), multipair
wires (UTP), fibre-optic cables, printer data cables, connectors-
RJ-45, RJ-9, RJ-11, USB, 9-Pin and 25-Pin serial and parallel
connectors; converters- serial to USB, 9-Pin to 25- Pin, Vice-Versa
and others. POST (power on self test), Power related problems. Use
of CD Read / Write operations etc. Installation of Operating system
windows and Linux , simple diagnostic exercises.

8) CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRICAL BOARD WIRING: House
wiring, staircase wiring for fluorescent tube light, store wiring, threephase
wiring for electrical motors & Machines. Working of Electrical
Batteries, demonstration of electrical cable wires, starters and MCB’s.

REFERENCES :

1. B. S. Raghuvanshi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol – I,
Dhanapat Rai and Sons.
2. Hajara Choudhari, Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol – I, Media
Promoters.
3. Gupta and Kaushik, Workshop Technology, Vol – I, New Heights.
4. Chapman, Workshop Technology, Vol – I, The English Language
Book Society.
5. H.S.Bawa, Workshop Technology, Vol.-I, TMH Publications, New
Delhi.
6. S.K.Hajra Choudhary,Elements Of Workshop Technology,Media
Promoters &Publishers Pvt.Ltd,
7. Workshop Technology, Vol I, II and III, Chandola S.P., Oxford and
IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
8. K.T.Kulkarni,Introduction to Industrial Safety,K.T.Kulkarni,Pune
Reference Books
9. Hwaiyu Geng, Manufacturing Engineering Handbook,McGraw Hill
Publishing Co.Ltd.
10. Lawrence E.Doyle, Manufacturing Processes and Materials for
Engineers,Prentice Hall Inc.

NOTE : Journal should be prepared and submitted based on information
of tools and equipments used, jobs prepared by using various tools, equipments, machines in the above three trades of performance sections. It also consist of details of demonstration (minimum two) demonstrated to students with brief description. The term work shall be assessed based on a) the record of
attendance, b) Term work done, c) the written/ practical / oral tests on the term work to decide the depth of understanding. The term
work is to be assessed weekly.

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION:
Practical examination will consists of actual preparation of one job from
any of the above performance sections. Duration of examination will be 3
hrs. Total marks are 25, out of which 15 marks are for job preparation and 10
marks for viva voce which should be conducted when the students are on
job.

I A 6 ENGINEERING PHYSICS

PRACTICALS :
1) Determination of Band gap energy of semiconductor.
2) To study the forward and reverse characteristics of P-N junction
diode.
3) To study the reverse characteristics of Zener diode.
4) To study the forward characteristics of Light Emitting Diode.
5) To determine the wavelength of monochromatic light by Newton’s
rings method .
6) Determination of wavelength of spectral lines using diffraction
grating.
7) Determination of grating element of a diffraction grating using LASER
beam.
8) Study of Hall effect
9) Amplitude and frequency measurement of ac signal using CRO
10) Study of CRO
11) Determination of unknown frequency of ac signal using Lissajou’s
pattern
12) To determine resolving power of telescope
13) Determination of Planck’s constant using photocell
14) To determine the coefficient of viscosity of water by capillary flow
(Note : Minimum 08 experiments shall be conducted)

1 A 7 ENGINEERING MECHANICS
PRACTICALS:

(Four compulsory graphical solutions to the problems of statics.)
1. Law of Polygon of forces
2. Reactions at the supports of simple beam.
3. Jib crane/shear leg.
4. Determination of coefficient of friction on inclined plane.
5. Determination of Coefficient of coil friction.
6. Determination of mass moment of inertia of fly wheel
7. Determination of gravitational acceleration by compound pendulum.
8. Determination of velocity ratio, law of machine, simple screw jack,
differential wheel axle, worm and worm wheel, single and double
purchase crab.
A journal on experiments conducted shall be submitted by each
student. Practical examination shall be viva-voce based on the practicals
and syllabus of the course.

I A 8 ENGINEERING DRAWING
PRACTICAL - Each student will submit a set of at least 8 drawing sheets
based on the syllabus evenly distributed as per list attached. Practical
examination will consist of orals on the topic based on the syllabus.
1. Construction of Engineering curves.
2. Loci of points on link mechanism
3. projection of straight lines
4. Projection of planes
5. Projection of regular solids
6. Section of solids
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7. Orthographic projection (1st & 3rd angle)
8. Isometric projection/view
9. Free hand sketches of simple machine elements
a) Screw threads ISI profile
b) Types of nuts, bolts, studs, set screws, washer, locking
arrangement of nuts & bolts.
c) Foundation bolts ( Rag, Eye, Lewis foundation bolts)

 


GROUP B

I B 1 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-II

Aim :
The course is aimed at developing the basic Mathematical skills of
engineering students that are imperative for effective understanding of
engineering subjects. The topics introduced will serve as basic tools for
specialized studies in many fields of engineering and technology.

Objectives :
On completion of the course the students are expected:
- Solution of simultaneous equations by matrix method
- Fourier series
- to know the basics of vector calculus comprising of gradient,
divergence & curl and line, surface
- to grasp the basics of complex integration and the concept of contour
integration which is important for evaluation of certain integrals
encountered in practice

SECTION-A

Unit I: Matrices : Inverse of matrix by adjoint method, Inverse of matrix
by partitioning, Rank of a matrix, solution of simultaneous
equations by matrix method, Eigen values and Eigen vectors,
Cayley-Hamilton theorem (without proof) (10)

Unit II: Fourier series: Periodic function, Fourier expansion of periodic
function in (C, C+2L), even and odd functions, half range Fourier
series, Harmonic Analysis. (10)

Unit III: (a) Scalar Triple Product, vector triple product and their
properties, multiple products.
(b) Rule of differentiation under integral sign.
(c) Tracing of curves in Cartesian, polar and parametric forms. (10)

SECTION-B
Unit IV: Reduction formulae, Beta and Gamma function, Rectification.(10)
Unit V: Double integration, change of order of integration,
transformation to polar coordinates, Evaluation of area by double integration (10)
Unit VI: Triple integration, transformation to spherical polar coordinates,
volume of solid by triple integration. Mean and RMS values.(10)

TEXT BOOK :-
(1) Wartikar P.N. & Wartikar J.N.- A Text Book of Applied Mathematics,
Vol.-I, & II, Pune V.G. Prakashan, Pune.

REFERENCE BOOKS :-
1) Grewal B.S. - Higher Engineering Mathematics, 40/e, Khanna
Publishers.
2) Kreyszig E.K. - Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley.
3) Ramana B.V. - Higher Engineering Mathematics, (TMH)
4) Singh R.R. & Bhatt M. - Engineering Mathematics, (TMH)

I B 2 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Aim :
To impart a sound knowledge on the principles of Chemistry involving the
different application oriented topics required for all engineering branches.

Objectives :
The student should be conversant with:
- Chemistry involved in the different segments of environment and
technological developments in water
- The principles involved in corrosion control, nuclear fuels, power
generation and nanotechnology
- Utilization of Polymer and engineering materials towards different
applications
- Importance of fuels and lubricants
- Concept of analytical techniques

SECTON-A

Unit I: Water Technology :
Hardness of water :- Temporary and permanent hardness, units
and their inter-conversions, Experimental determination by
EDTA method, softening of water by Lime-Soda, Ion exchange
and Zeolite process. Numerical problems based on Lime Soda &
Zeolite process. (9)

Unit II: Corrosion, Corrosion Control and Nano-Chemistry :
Corrosion & its control - : Dry & Wet corrosion and their
mechanism, Types of corrosion-Pitting corrosion, waterline

REFERENCE BOOKS :
1) “Engineering Chemistry”-Jain & Jain. (Dhanpat Rai &Sons).
2) “A Text book on Experiments & Calculations in Engineering
Chemistry- S. S. Dara. (S.Chand).
3) “Text book of Engineering &Technology” vol I & II-Rajaram &
Kuriacose.
4) “AText Book of Polymer Science &Tech”-V Gowarikar.
5) Nanotechnology Fundamentals and Applications : Manasi Karkare,
I K International Pub.

I B 3 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Aim:

To impart knowledge to analyze, solve, design and code real-life problems
using C language.

Objectives:
To learn the basic concepts of computing.
To know the methodology of problem solving.
To develop skills in programming using C language.

Guidelines for Tutorial Classes:
Course instructors have to plan for programming exercises to be solved
independently by students during tutorial classes.

SECTION-A

UNIT I: Problem Solving:
Organization of PC, Basic concepts of problem solving on
computer, Input-Process-Output cycle. Algorithms, Flowcharts
and algorithm development. Examples of algorithms for sorting
a list with insertion sort and bubble sort. Examples of algorithms
for searching: Linear search and binary search. (10)

UNIT II: C Fundamentals:
Introduction to C language, First C program, Program execution,
Keywords, Character set, Built in Data Types, Variables,
Expressions, Operators & their precedence. Assignment
statement. I/O using scanf( ) and printf( ) functions, Format
specifiers for scanf( ) and printf( ) functions. (10)

UNIT III: C Control constructs:
Decision-making using if, if-else and switch-case statements,
Loops using for, while, do-while statements, break and continue
statements. Functions: declaration, definition and parameter
passing mechanism. (10)
corrosion, inter-granular corrosion, galvanic and stress
corrosion.
Role of design and material selection in corrosion control, Anodic
and Cathodic protection, hot dipping (Galvanizing and tinning)
Introduction of Nano-Chemistry, types of Nano materials,
General methods of preparation of Nano materials, Applications
of Nano materials. (7)

Unit III: Portland cement & Nuclear Fuels & Power generation :
A) Portland cement: Raw materials & manufacture of cement
by wet process, setting and hardening, heat of hydration,
soundness of cement.
B) Nuclear Fuels & Power generation: Nuclear binding energy,
nuclear fission and fusion, critical mass, Components of
nuclear power reactor and breeder reactors. (9)

SECTON-B

Unit IV: Fuels and Lubricants:
A) Fuels :- Definition of chemical fuel, classification, calorific
value-gross and net, analysis of coal, Proximate and ultimate
analysis and their significance, cracking of petroleum
fractions, Use of gasoline and diesel in internal combustion
engines, Knocking, Chemical constitution and knocking
properties, octane number, cetane number.
B) Lubricants: - Classification of lubricants, mechanism of
lubrication, testing of lubricants for viscosity and viscosity
index, flash and fire point. (7)

Unit V: Polymers, Resins/ Plastics, Rubbers:
Classification of polymers on the basis of their structure,
methods of polymerization, Cationic & Anionic mechanism of
polymerization, Thermosetting and Thermoplastic Resin,
Preparation, properties and uses of PVC, Teflon, Bakelite, Natural
rubber : vulcanization, properties and uses of Synthetic rubbers
- styrene rubber, nitrile rubber & butyl rubber. (7)
Unit VI: Environmental Chemistry :
Segments of environment: lithosphere, hydrosphere, bio-sphere
& atmosphere.
Green House Effect, Acid rain, Ozone depletion. Methods and
equipments for controlling of Particulate emissions: wet
scrubber, fabric filters, cyclone separators and electrostatic
precipitators. (7)

TEXT BOOK :
(1) “A Text Book of Engineering Chemistry”-S. S. Dara. (S.Chand).
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SECTION-B

UNIT IV: Scope Rules and Arrays
Storage classes: automatic, static, extern, register type.
Introduction to arrays: single dimensional and multi-dimensional.
Strings, Arrays of strings and string related functions. Programs
for Searching and sorting the arrays of strings. (10)

UNIT V: Pointers:
Definition and uses of pointers. Address of operator, pointer
arithmetic, Pointers and functions. Parameter passing mechanism
using pointers. Pointers and Arrays, Arrays of pointers. Pointers
and Strings. (10)

UNIT VI: Structures and Files:
Declaring and using the Structures. Operation on structures.
Arrays of structurers, Pointers to structures. Unions and their
comparison with Structures. Introduction to Files.File types.
File handling functions. Command line arguments. (10)

TEXT BOOK:
K R Venugopal & S R Prasad. “Mastering C” Tata-McGraw Hill-2207.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Pradeep Dey & Manas Ghosh “ Computer Fundamentals &
Programming in C” Oxford University Press 2006.
2. Herbert Schildt - C Complete Reference (Tata-McGraw Hill)
3. Gottfried – Problem Solving in C (Schaum Outline Series- McGraw
Hill)
4. Noel Kalicharan - C by Example (Cambridge University Press)

I B 4 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Aim :
To impart basic knowledge of electric circuits, magnetic circuits, D.C.
machines and transformers, A.C. machines and control systems.

Objectives :
To expose the students to the analysis of electric and magnetic circuits,
performance characteristics of D.C. machines, A.C. machines and
transformers and to give awareness of the basics of Control System
Engineering.

SECTION-A

Unit I: Fundamentals
a) Basic concept of Voltage , Current, Power, Energy and
relationship between them
b) Resistance Resistivity, Conductivity, Temperature effect on
resistance and temperature coefficient of resistance.
c) Series and parallel circuits , Star-Delta transformation,
d) Kirchoff’s laws, Superposition theorem, Thevinin’s theorem,
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem (8)

Unit II: Magnetic Circuit & Electromagnetism
a) Basic concept of Magnetic flux, Flux density, MMF,
Reluctance, Magnetic field intensity and their relationship
b) Leakage and fringing of flux
c) Series and Parallel Magnetic circuits
d) Principles of Electromagnetic induction self and mutual
induction coefficient of coupling and Energy stored in
magnetic circuit
e) Magnetization curves (8)
Unit III : A.C. Fundamentals
a) RMS , Average values form factor ,peak factor for Sinusoidal
Wave form only
b) Single phase A.C. Series circuit with Resistance Inductance,
Capacitance and phasor Diagrams Series resonance.
c) Single phase A.C. Parallel circuit with Resistance Inductance,
Capacitance and phasor Diagrams Parallel resonance.
d) Impedance Triangle Active and Reactive power (7)

SECTION-B

Unit IV: Polyphase Circuits
a) Balanced Three phase circuits: Production of three phase
supply, Star and Delta balanced load. Relationship of phase
and line values of voltage and current for Star and Delta
connections. (7)

 

Unit V : Electrical machines
A) Single Phase Transformer
a) Principle of operation Construction and Classification
EMF Equation
b) EMF Equation ,Losses ,Efficiency, Regulation
B) Electromechanical Energy Conversion
a) Working principle , Construction and various parts of
D.C. Machines
b) Classification , characteristics and applications of D.C.
Machines (8)

 

Unit VI Electrical Apparatus and safety
a) Measurement of Current, Voltage, Power, Energy
b) Range extension of Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter and
Energy meter
Electrode coating. Welding positions. Type of welding joint. Common
welding defects such as cracks, undercutting, slag inclusions,
porosity.

One job on welding: Job involving, edge preparation for Arc welding
for different jobs like Lap welding of two plates, butt welding of two
plates and welding to join plates at right angles.

 

III) CARPENTRY : Brief study of various hand tools like chisel, saw,
planer. Timber, definition, engineering applications, seasoning and
preservation, plywood and plyboards. Introduction, use of marking
tools & hand tools such as marking gauge, try squares, steel rules,
saws, jackplane, etc. Use of power tools, safety precautions.

One job on carpentry: Job involving a joint, wood sizing exercise in
planning, marking, sawing, chiseling and grooving to make. Use and
setting of hand tools like hack saw, jack plane, chisels and gauges
for construction of various joints like T – Lap joint, Bridle joint ,
Corner mortise joint, Dovetail / butt joint such as a tray, frame etc.

 

B) DEMONSTRATION:
Minimum two physical demonstrations provided from following. In
addition to physical demonstrations Video / LCD presentations for
rest of demonstrations may be provided.

1) CARPENTRY: Demonstration for wood turning with various
forms on cylindrical wood piece.

2) GAS CUTTING: Demonstration on Gas cutting. Introduction,
principle, equipment & its operation, safety precautions and
demonstration of Oxy-Acetylene Gas cutting process.

3) ELECTRONICS: Introduction to Active & Passive Electronic
components. Demonstration and use of electrical and electronics
hand and power tools. Measurement of resistor and capacitor,
measurement of voltage and frequency using oscilloscope.
Demonstration and performance measurement of any two
electronic components / devices – Diodes, Transistor & Logic
gates. Working of Remote Controller.

4) PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS : Layout drawing, +ve and -ve
film making, PCB etching and drilling, tinning and soldering
techniques. Assembly of Electronic components on the printed
circuit board (PCB).

5) GLASS BLOWING: Definition of glass, Basic concepts of glass
structure, Batch materials and minor ingredients and their
functions, Elementary concept of glass manufacturing process,
Different types of glasses. Application of glasses. Types of
c) Necessity of earthing, limiting values for various installations
d) Types of earthing ( Pipe earthing and Plate earthing) (7)

 

TEXT BOOKS :-
1. Basic Electrical Engineering , First Ed., Kulshreshtha D.C., TMH -
2008
2. Principle of Electrical Engineering , 4th Edition, Del Toro V., PHI 2005

 

REGERENCE BOOKS :-
1. Basic Electrical Engineering, Fifth Edition, Fizgerald A.E., TMH -2006.
2. Basic Electrical Engineering, First ed., R.Anand Natarajan, P.Ramesh
Babu, SCITECH Publications, 2009
3. Basic Electrical Engineering –First ed., T.K.Nagsarkar , OXFORD
University Press, 2005

 

I B 5 WORK SHOP – II

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To give students ‘hands on experience’ of craftsmanship.
• To make students familiar with different work trades.
• To develop quality & safety consciousness amongst the students.
• To develop awareness of fire safety amongst the students.
• To develop respect towards labour work amongst the students.
• To develop skill sets for creating entities from primitive engineering
materials.
• To develop skill sets for establish in connections through wires and
cables.
• This exercise also aims at inculcating respect for physical work and
hard labour in addition to some value addition by getting exposed to
interdisciplinary engineering domains.

 

A) PERFORMANCE:

I) SHEET METAL: Introduction to sheet metal tools, their use, different
sheet metal joints, soldering, surface development. Specifications of
metal sheets, Surface coatings; Operations like cutting, bending,
folding, punching, riveting ; Joining by brazing and soldering.

One job on sheet metal: Job involving soldering operation, making,
cutting, bending, joining operations of small parts using sheet metal
like Tray, Funnel, Dust Bin, etc.
II) WELDING : Classification & brief introduction to welding processes
- Arc, Gas and Resistance. Definition of welding, brazing and soldering
processes, and their applications. Oxy-Acetylene Gas welding
process, Equipment and Techniques, Type of flames and their
applications. Manual metal arc welding technique and equipment,
AC and DC welding Electrodes, constituents and functions of
Glasses, Manufacturing & properties of Glasses. Demonstration
of glass blowing.

6) PLUMBING : Use of plumbing tools, spanners, wrenches,
threading dies, demonstration of preparation of a domestic
plumbing line involving fixing of a water tap and use of coupling,
elbow, tee and union etc.

7) MASONRY: Use of mason’s tools like trowel, hammers, spirit
level, square, plumb, line and pins etc. Demonstration of mortar
making, single and one and half brick masonry, English and
Flemish bonds, block masonry, pointing and plastering

REFERENCES:
11. B. S. Raghuvanshi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol – I,
Dhanapat Rai and Sons.
12. Hajara Choudhari, Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol – I, Media
Promoters.
13. Gupta and Kaushik, Workshop Technology, Vol – I, New Heights.
14. Chapman, Workshop Technology, Vol – I, The English Language
Book Society.
15. H.S.Bawa, Workshop Technology, Vol.-I, TMH Publications, New
Delhi.
16. S.K.Hajra Choudhary,Elements Of Workshop Technology,Media
Promoters &Publishers Pvt.Ltd.
17. Workshop Technology, Vol I, II and III, Chandola S.P., Oxford and
IBH Publishing Co.Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
8. Hwaiyu Geng, Manufacturing Engineering Handbook,McGraw Hill
Publishing Co.Ltd.
9. Lawrence E.Doyle, Manufacturing Processes and Materials for
Engineers,Prentice Hall Inc.
10. Mark Minasi, The complete PC upgrade and maintenance guide —
BPB. Publications
11. Elements of Ceramics - F.H Norton
12 Fundamentals of Ceramics - Barsoum
NOTE: Journal should be prepared and submitted based on information
of tools and equipments used, jobs prepared by using various
tools, equipments, machines in the above three trades of
performance sections. It also consist of details of demonstration
(minimum two) demonstrated to students with brief description.
The term work shall be assessed based on a) the record of
attendance, b) Term work done, c) the written/ practical / oral
tests on the term work to decide the depth of understanding.
The term work is to be assessed weekly.

 

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION:
Practical examination will consists of actual preparation of one
job from any of the above performance sections. Duration of
examination will be 3 hrs. Total marks are 25, out of which 15
marks are for job preparation and 10 marks for viva voce which
should be conducted when the students are on job.

 

I B 6 ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. Determination of alkalinity of water sample in given alkali mixture.
(i) NaOH and Na2CO3 (ii) Na2CO3 and NaHCO3
2. Determination of hardness of water by EDTA method.
3. Determination of chloride ions in water sample.(Mohr’s Method)
4. Determination of chlorine in water sample. (Iodometry)
5. Determination of % CaO in given cement sample.
6. Preparation of phenol formaldehyde & Urea formaldehyde resin.
7. Determination of viscosity of lubricating oil by Redwood viscometer
No. 1
8. Determination of viscosity of lubricating oil by Redwood viscometer
No. 2
9. Determination of flash point of lubricating oil by Pensky Marten’s
Apparatus.
10. Determination of flash point of lubricating oil by Abel’s apparatus.
11. To carry out proximate analysis of coal.
12. Determination of acid value of lubricating oil.
13. Determination of Fe2+ and Fe3+ in given solution.
14. Determination of Dissolved Oxygen in Water Sample.
15. Determination of conductivity of unknown sample by conductivity
meter.
16. Determination of PH of unknown sample by PH meter.
(Note : Minimum 08 experiments shall be conducted.)

 

I B 7 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

The objective of this lab is not only to provide a Hands-on Experience
to C programming, but also to expose the students to the latest tools of the
trade. This lab is based on modern operating systems like Linux/Windows.
The students should be exposed to word processor, spreadsheet software,
presentation software and web browser. Use of open source software like
Star Office, Open Office with open source OS like Linux/ Ubuntu/BOSS
should be encouraged.
It is expected that the candidate demonstrates adequate to high
skills with these tools and programming with C.
The sample list of programs is given below. This list can be used as
guideline for problem statements but the scope of the laboratory should
not be limited to the same. Aim of the list is to inform about minimum
expected outcomes.
1. Basic interface of a GUI based OS.
2. File handling using Text Editor/Word Processor.
3. Presentation using Presentation software.
4. Spreadsheet software usage.
4. Introduction to Internet and Web Browsing.
5. Programming in C: Minimum ten programs based on the above
syllabus. The programs should cover Functions, Control constructs,
Decision constructs, Arrays, Pointers, Structures Files and Commandline
arguments.

 

I B 8 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
PRACTICALS :

1] To verify Kirchoff’s laws.
2] To verify Thevenin’s theorem
3] To verify Superposition theorem
4] To verify Maximum Power Transfer theorem
5] To plot B-H curve for given magnetic material
6] To verity vector relationship of Current & Voltage in RLC series circuit.
7] To verity vector relationship of Current & Voltage in RLC parallel
circuit
8] To plot resonance curve in RLC series circuit.
9] To verify line & phase relationship of current & voltage in balanced
three phase STAR Connection
10] To verify line 7 phase relationship of current & voltage in balanced
three phase DELTA Connection
11] To determine Voltage ratio & current ration for given single phase
transformer.
12] To determine efficiency & regulation of given single phase
transformer by direct loading.
13] Starting & reversing of DC shunt motor.
14] Measurement of power & energy in given single phase circuit using
Wattmeter & Energy meter.
(Note : Minimum 08 experiments shall be conducted.)