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4-YEAR DIPLOMA-IN-ENGINEERING
PROGRAM

SHIPBUILDING TECHNOLOGY

SYLLABUS

THIRD SEMESTER

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SHIPBUILDING TECHNOLOGY (80)
3
rd
Semester

MARKS
Theory Practical
Sl.
No
Subject
code

Name of the subject T P C
Cont.
assess
Final
exam.
Cont.
assess
Final
exam.

Total
1 8031 Metallurgy 2 3 3 20 80 25 25 150
2 8032 Welding 2 6 4 20 80 50 50 200
3 8033 Shipbuilding materials 2 3 3 20 80 25 25 150
4 5931 Mathematics-3 3 3 4 30 120 50 - 200
5 5913 Chemistry 3 3 4 30 120 25 25 200
6 6621 Computer Application -1 0 6 2 - - 50 50 100
7. 5821 Social Science-2 2 0 2 20 80 - - 100
Total 14 24 22 140 560 225 175 1100

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8031 METALLURGY T P C
2 3 3

AIMS

To be able to identify and classify the materials used for metallurgical engineering field.
To be able to recognize the sources of various Furnace.
To be able to understand the characteristics of various ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
To be able to understand the uses of different alloy.

SHORT DESCRIPTION

Concept and Scope of Metallurgy; Uses of Metallic Ore; Production of Pig Iron; Production of Wrought
Iron; Bessemer Processes of Making Steel; Open Hearth Process for Making Steel; Process of making
Steel by Electric Furnace; Crucible Process of making Steel; Plain Carbon Steel; Aspect of non-ferrous
metals; Feature of Alloy of Metals; Aspect of Alloy Steel; Feature of Cast Iron and Application of
Powder Metallurgy in Engineering Production

DETAIL DESCRIPTION

1 Understand the Concept and Scope of Metallurgy.
1.1 Define metallurgy
1.2 Mention the classification of metallurgy as applied to manufacturing
engineering and production
1.3 Mention the use of metallurgical investigation in industry
1.4 Mention the physical and mechanical properties of metals
1.5 Mention the temperature measurement by color

2 Understand the Uses of Metallic Ore
2.1 Define ores of metals.
2.2 Mention the classification of ores of metals.
2.3 Describe the processing of ores before melting.
2.4 Name the metallic ores available in Bangladesh.
2.5 Define refractory materials
2.5 Mention the classification of refractory materials
2.5 Mention the functions of refractory materials

3 Understand the Production of Pig Iron
3.1 Define pig iron.
3.2 Mention the construction of blast furnace
3.3 Explain the operation of blast furnace
3.4 Describe the chemical reaction caused in the blast furnace for pig iron
production
3.5 Describe the importance of blast furnace
3.6 Describe the elements of slag use in of blast furnace

4 Understand the Production of Wrought Iron

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4.1 Mention the meaning of wrought iron
4.2 Mention the process of wrought iron production
4.3 Describe the properties of wrought iron
4.4 Mention the use of wrought iron

5 Understand the Bessemer Processes of Making Steel.
5.1 Describe the construction of Bessemer converter
5.2 Distinguish between the basic Bessemer process and acid Bessemer process
of making steel

6 Understand the Open Hearth Process for Making Steel
6.1 Describe the construction of open hearth furnace
6.2 Describe the open hearth process of making steel
6.3 Describe the reason for superiority of open hearth steel than that of Bessemer
converter
6.4 Comare between the open hearth process and Bessemer converter process

7 Understand the Process of making Steel by Electric Furnace
7.1 Explain the construction of electric furnace
7.2 Mention the process of making steel by direct arc electric furnace
7.3 Describe the process of making steel by induction electric furnace
7.4 Mention the reason for superiority of electric furnace steel than others
7.5 Mention the classification of electric furnace

8 Understand the Crucible Process of making Steel
8.1 Mention the construction of crucible
8.2 Mention the crucible process of making steel
8.3 Explain the advantage of making steel by crucible process
8.4 State the reason of adopting the duplexing and triplexing process of making
steel

9 Understand the Plain Carbon Steel
9.1 Name the types of plain carbon steel.
9.2 Explain the composition of plain carbon steel
9.3 List the use of different plain carbon steel

10 Understand the Aspect of non-ferrous metals
10.1 Describe the extraction process of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Tin and Lead
10.2 Mention the importance properties of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Tin and
10.3 Describe the uses of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Tin and Lead

11 Understand the Feature of Alloy of Metals
11.1 Define alloy of metals
11.2 Describe the process of making alloys of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Tin and

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11.3 List the important alloys of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc, Tin and Lead
11.4 Describe the composition of important alloys of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc,
11.5 Describe the properties of important alloys of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc,
11.6 Mention the industrial uses of important alloys of Aluminium, Copper, Zinc,

12 Understand the Aspect of Alloy Steel
12.1 Mention the classification of alloy steel.
12.2 Explain the difference between alloy steel and plain carbon steel
12.3 Describe the manufacturing process of stainless steel, high speed steel,
tungsten steel, molybdenum steel, chromium steel, nickel steel and silicon
steel.
12.4 Describe the composition of stainless steel, high speed steel, tungsten steel,
molybdenum steel, chromium steel, nickel steel and silicon steel.
12.5 Describe the effect of manganese, tungsten, molybdenum, chromium,
nickel, vanadium, copper, sulphur, phosphorous and silicon on the
mechanical properties of alloy steel.
12.6 Describe the domestic and industrial uses of stainless steel, high speed steel,
tungsten steel, molybdenum steel, chromium steel, nickel steel and silicon
steel.
12.7 Describe the effect of varying alloying elements on the mechanical
properties of steel.

13 Understand the Feature of Cast Iron
13.1 Define cast iron
13.2 Mention the manufacturing process of cast iron
13.3 List the types of cast iron.
13.4 Explain the composition of various cast iron
13.5 Mention the properties of various cast iron
13.6 Mention the effect of sulphur, phosphorous, aluminium and silicon on the
properties of cast iron.
13.7 Explain the domestic and industrial uses of cast iron

14 Understand the Application of Powder Metallurgy in Engineering Production
14.1 Define powder metallurgy
14.2 List the importance of powder metallurgy
14.3 Explain the methods of producing metal powder
14.4 Mention the production method of metal powder components
14.5 Describe the special properties of metal powder products
14.6 Explain the advantages of metal powder products
14.7 List the major applications of metal powder products

PRACTICAL:

1. Show skill in identifying various types of metals

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1.1. Selected different type of metals in the laboratory.
1.2. Sketch different type of metals on the basis of formation.

2. Show skill in workshop test of metals
2.1. Perform workshop hardness test of metal using standard specimen
2.2. Perform Brinell hardness number using standard specimen

3. Show skill in conducting laboratory test of metals
3.1. Perform:
(a) Compression test
(b) fracture test
3.2. Determine compression test using standard specimen.

4. Perform torsion test of various types of ore sometimes applied to materials in wire
and rod form

5.1 Determine the internal structure of standard specimen using metallurgical
microscope
(a) Select the specimen
(b) Preparation of specimen(grinding/polishing/etching)
(c) Perform final setting time
(d) Perform compressive strength test
(e) Perform tensile strength test
(f) Perform fineness test

5.2. Show the construction and operation of blast furnace process of making steel

6. Show the construction and operation of electric furnace process of making steel

7.1 Show skill in identifying various ferrous and non ferrous metal

7.2 Identify mild steel, cast iron, copper, and aluminum, tin by physical
observation.

8.1 Show the construction and operation of Bessemer converter process of making
steel

8.2. Show the construction and operation of crucible process of making steel

9. Identify different metals
9.1 Identify cast iron
9.2 Identify pig iron
9.3 Identify stainless steel
9.1 Identify wrought iron

10. Identify different alloy steel

9.1 Identify iron alloy

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9.2 Identify aluminium alloy
9.3 Identify copper alloy
9.1 Identify zinc alloy

REFERENCE BOOKS
1 Metallurgy - Johnson
2 Emergency Metallurgy - Frier
3 Metallurgy - Jain
4. Metallurgy - R S Khurmi

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Code-8032 Welding

T P C
2 6 4

AIMS
To be able to develop knowledge, Skill and attitude in the area of arc welding and gas welding with
special emphasis on:
To identify welding tools, equipments, machines.
To operate welding tools, equipments, machines and its care and maintenance.
To be able to know gas and arc welding.
To be able to identify gas and arc welding defects and their remedies.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Welding trade, shop safety, arc welding safety precautions, personal safety equipment, welders hand
tools, welders measuring tools, common welding terminology, Electrical terminology related to welding,
arc welding machines, types of weld & welded joints, arc welding electrodes, edge preparation of welded
joints, the steps of welding procedures, the welding symbol, arc welding defects and its remedy. Gas
welding safety precautions, welding gases, dissolved acetylene, use gas cylinders, gas regulator, welding
and cutting blow pipe, welding flame, combustion and fusion, gas welding techniques, gas welding
defects & its remedy. Mechanical properties of metals; Distortion control in welded joints; Polarity;
Conditions of making of good weld; techniques of identification of metals; Pre-heating and post heating;
testing of welded joints.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION (THEORY)

1.1 Explain the importance of welding.
1.2 State the objectives of welding.
1.3 Mention the application of welding.
1.4 State the method of welding processes.

2. Understand arc welding safety.
2.1 Know the objective of safety of workshop.
2.2 Classify safety precaution.
2.3 Describe the safety practices.

3. Understand arc welding safety.
3.1 Describe the causes of electric shock.
3.2 Explain the causes of danger of the radiation from the arc.
3.3 List the causes of burns.
3.4 List the hazards causes by flying chips.
3.5 State the degree of hazards causes by fumes.

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4. Understand welders personal safety equipment.
4.1 Identify the welders personal safety equipment.
4.2 Describe welders personal safety equipment.

5. Understand welders hand tools.
5.1 Identify the welders hand tools.
5.2 Describe welders hand tools.

6. Understand welders measuring tools.
6.1 Identify the welders measuring toots.
6.2 Describe welders measuring tools.

7. Understand common welding terminology.
7.1 Classify Welding.
7.2 State common terms related to welding.
8. Understand electrical terminology related to welding.
8.1 List the electrical terms related to welding.
8.2 Describe the electrical terms related to welding.

9. Understand arc welding machines.
9.1 Classify arc welding machines.
9.2 Describe arc welding machines.
9.3 Write down uses of the arc welding machines.
9.4 Explain care and maintenance of the arc welding machines.

10. Understand types of welded joint and weld.
10.1 Classify welded joints.
10.2 State different types of welded joints.
10.3 Classify welds.
10.4 State different types of weld.

11. Understand arc welding electrodes.
11.1 Classify electrodes.
11.2 Identify different types of electrodes.
11.3 Identify different types of electrode coating.
11.4 State the functions of Electrode coating.
11.5 Describe the process of storing electrodes.

12. Understand edge preparation welded joints.
12.1 Define edge preparation.
12.2 State the importance of edge preparation.
12.3 Explain the care of edge preparation.

13. Understand the steps of welding procedure.
13.1 Identify the steps of welding procedure.
13.2 State the steps of welding procedure.
13.3 Write down the utility of the steps of welding procedure.

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13.4 Explain the importance of relation between electrodes amperage and the thickness of
base metal.
14. Understand welding symbols.
14.1 Identify the welding symbols.
14.2 Draw various welding symbols.
14.3 State the use of various types of welding symbols.

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15. Understand arc welding defects.
15.1 Identify common weld defects.
15.2 Identify the causes of defects.
15.3 Describe the remedies of the defects.

16. Understand gas welding safety precautions.
16.1 Identify the possible risk from gas welding.
16.2 Explain the causes of the risk.

17.1 Classify gases used in welding.
17.2 State the sources of oxygen collection.
17.3 State the sources of acetylene collection.
17.4 State the properties of the gases.
17.5 Describe the process of gas filling.

18. Understand dissolved acetylene.
18.1 Explain the reason of dissolving acetylene.
18.2 Describe the method of dissolving.
18.3 State the maintenance procedure of acetylene cylinders.

19. Understand how to use the cylinders.
19.1 Identify the types of cylinders.
19.2 Describe the handling procedure of cylinders.
19.3 Describe the storing procedure of cylinders.
19.4 Explain the maintenance procedure of cylinders.

20. Know about gas welding regulator.
20.1 Classify gas welding of regulator.
20.2 Describe the working principles of regulator.
20.3 Identify the different parts of the regulator and their function.
20.4 Describe the maintenance procedure of regulator.

21. Understand gas welding & cutting blowpipe.
21.1 Classify the types of blowpipe.
21.2 Identify of the different parts and their functions.
21.3 Describe the working procedure of the blowpipe.

22. Know about flame & filler metals.
22.1 Explain the heat value of the flame.
22.2 Classify the types of flame.
22.3 State the identification process of flame.
22.4 State the use of different types of flame.
22.5 Define fine filler metals.
22.6 Explain the importance uses of filler metals.

23. Understand combustion and fusion.

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23.1 Explain the process of combustion.
23.2 Classify combustion.
23.3 Explain the process of combustion.
23.4 Describe the process of fusion of base metal.

24. Understand gas welding techniques.
24.1 State gas welding techniques.
24.2 Describe the preparation of work piece.
24.3 Explain the holding and manipulation of blowpipe.
24.4 State the holding and manipulation of filler metal.
24.5 State the correct flame and its proper height.

25. Know gas welding defects.
25.1 Identify the gas welding defects.
25.2 Explain the causes of gas welding defects.
25.3 Explain the remedies of gas welding defects.

26. Understand the mechanical properties of metals
26.1 Define mechanical properties of metals.
26.2 List the mechanical properties of metals.
26.3 Describe the mechanical properties of metal related to welding
26.4 Describe the influence of mechanical properties of metal in the welded joints

27. Understand the techniques of distortion control of welded joints
27.1 Explain the causes of distortion.
27.2 Identify the types of distortion.
27.3 Explain the transverse distortion.
27.4 Explain the longitudinal distortion
27.5 Explain the angular distortion.
27.6 Explain the methods of controlling distortion

28. Understand the polarity
28.1 Define polarity.
28.2 Classify polarity.
28.3 Describe the importance of polarity in are welding.
28.4 Define straight polarity.
28.5 Define reverse polarity.
28.6 Mention the uses of polarity.

29. Understand the conditions of making a good weld.
29.1 Identify the factors for making a good weld.
29.2 Explain the factors making a good weld.

30. Understand the techniques of identification of metals.
30.1 List the methods of identification of metals.
30.2 Explain the identification of metal by spark test.
30.3 Explain the identification of metal by appearance test.

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30.4 Explain the identification of metal by magnetic test.
30.5 Explain the identification of metal by Chisel test.
30.6 Explain the identification of metal by fracture test.
30.7 Explain the identification of metal by flame test.

31. Understand the pre-heating and post-heating.
31.1 Define pre-heating.
31.2 Define post-heating.
31.3 Mention the role of pre-heating in welding.
31.4 Mention the role of post-heating.
31.5 Mention the pre-heating temperature of different metals.

32. Understand the test of welded joints.
32.1 List the methods of testing welded joints.
32.2 Describe the visual test.
32.3 Describe the break test.
32.4 Describe the bend test.
32.6 Describe the ultrasonic testing.
32.7 Describe the magnetic particle inspection.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION (PRACTICAL)

1. Cut metals by hacksaw.
1.1 Prepare the work piece as per drawing.
1.2 Hold the work piece firmly.
1.4 Cult the work piece.
1.5 Checked the work piece during and after cutting.

2. Chip the metal.
2.1 Prepare work piece as per drawing.
2.2 Hold the work piece firmly.
2.3 Select Chisel.
2.4 Select hammer.
2.5 Hold Chisel.
2.6 Finish clipping.
2.7 Cheeked the work piece During and after clipping.

3. Drill the metals.
3.1 Prepare work piece as per drawing.
3.2 Hold the work piece firmly.
3.3 Select drill bit.
3.4 Hold drill bit.
3.5 Drill the work piece.
3.6 Cheeked the work piece During and after drilling.

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4. File the metal.
4.1 Prepare work piece as per drawing.
4.2 Hold the work piece firmly.
4.3 Select file.
4.4 Hold file.
4.5 File the Work piece.
4.6 The work piece During and after filing cheek.

5. Cut metals by power hacksaw.
5.3 Select cutting length.
5.4 Cut the work piece.
5.5 Cheek the work piece during and after cutting.

6. Make straight single bead (Flat position).
6.1 Prepare the work piece.
6.2 Select electrode.
6.3 Connect work piece.
6.4 Hold the electrode.
6.5 Set current.
6.6 Weld the work piece.
6.7 Check weld.

7.1 Prepare the work piece.
7.2 Select electrode.
7.3 Connect work piece.
7.4 Hold the electrode.
7.5 Set current.
7.6 Deposit a thick weld bead.
7.7 Check weld.

8. Weld Tee joint single run (Flat position).
8.1 Prepare the work piece.
8.2 Select electrode.
8.3 Connect work piece.
8.4 Hold the electrode.
8.5 Set current.
8.6 Tack the work piece.
8.7 Pre-set the work piece.
8.8 Weld the work piece.
8.9 Check weld.

9. Weld multirun Tee joint (Flat position).
9.1 Prepare the work piece.
9.2 Select electrode.

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9.3 Connect work piece.
9.4 Hold the electrode.
9.5 Set current.
9.6 Tack the work piece.
9.7 Pre-set the work piece.
9.8 Weld the joint (multirun).
9.9 Check weld.

10. Make single run lap joint (Flat position).
10.1 Prepare the work piece.
10.2 Select electrode.
10.3 Connect work piece.
10.4 Hold the electrode.
10.5 Set current.
10.6 Tack the work piece.
10.7 Pre-set the work piece.
10.8 Weld the work piece.
10.9 Check weld.

11. Make single run lap joint (Flat position).
11.1 Prepare the work piece.
11.2 Select electrode.
11.3 Connect work piece.
11.4 Hold the electrode.
11.5 Set current.
11.6 Tack the work piece.
11.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
11.8 Check weld.

12. Weld inside corner joint (Flat position).
12.1 Prepare the work piece.
12.2 Select electrode.
12.3 Connect work piece.
12.4 Hold the electrode.
12.5 Set current.
12.6 Tack the work piece.
12.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
12.8 Check weld.

13. Weld outside corner joint (Flat position).
13.1 Prepare the work piece.
13.2 Select electrode.
13.3 Connect work piece.
13.4 Hold the electrode.
13.5 Set current.
13.6 Tack the work piece.
13.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).

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13.8 Check weld

14. Make closed square butt joint (Flat position).
14.1 Prepare the work piece.
14.2 Select electrode.
14.3 Connect work piece.
14.4 Hold the electrode.
14.5 Set current.
14.6 Tack the work piece.
14.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
14.8 Check weld

15. Weld open square butt joint (Flat position).
15.1 Prepare the work piece.
15.2 Select electrode.
15.3 Connect work piece.
15.4 Hold the electrode.
15.5 Set current.
15.6 Tack the work piece.
15.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
15.8 Check weld

16. Weld single Vee butt joint (Flat position without penetration).
16.1 Prepare the work piece.
16.2 Select electrode.
16.3 Connect work piece.
16.4 Hold the electrode.
16.5 Set current.
16.6 Tack the work piece.
16.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
16.7 Check weld

17. Weld single Vee butt joint (Flat position with penetration).
17.1 Prepare the work piece.
17.2 Select electrode.
17.3 Connect work piece.
17.4 Hold the electrode.
17.5 Set current.
17.6 Tack the work piece.
17.7 Weld the work piece (multirun).
17.8 Check weld

18.0 Weld single beads (Vertical upward Position).
18.1 Prepare the workpiece.
18.2 Hold the workpiece in 90
0
Vertical position.
18.3 Select electrode.
18.4 Connect the workpiece.

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18.5 Hold the electrode.
18.6 Set current.
18.8 Check weld.

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Vertical position)
19.1 Prepare the workpiece.
19.2 Hold the workpiece in vertical position
19.3 Select electrode.
19.4 Connect the workpiece.
19.5 Hold the electrode.
19.6 Set Current.
19.8 Check weld.

20.0 Make tee joint
(
Vertical position)
20.1 Prepare the workpiece.
20.2 Select electrode.
20.3 Connect the workpiece.
20.4 Hold the electrode.
20.5 Set current.
20.6 Tack the workpiece.
20.7 Present the workpiece
20.8 Hold the workpiece in vertical position.
20.9 Weld the tee joint.
20.10 Check weld.

21.0 Weld lap joint (

Vertical position)
21.1 Prepare the workpiece.
21.2 Select electrode.
21.3 Connect the workpiece.
21.4 Hold the electrode.
21.5 Set current.
21.6 Tack the workpiece.
21.7 Weld the workpiece.
21.8 Check weld.

22.0 Make inside corner joint (Vertical position)
22.1 Prepare the workpiece.
22.2 Select electrode.
22.3 Connect the workpiece.
22.4 Hold the electrode.
22.5 Set current.
22.6 Tack the wofkpiece.
22.7 Hold the workpiece in vertical position.
22.8 Weld the workpiece.
22.9 Check weld.

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23.0 Weld out side corneer joint (

Vertical position)
23.1 Prepare the workpiece.
23.2 Select electrode.
23.3 Connect the workpiece.
23.4 Hold the electrode.
23.5 Set current.
23.6 Tack the workpiece.
23.7 Hold the workpiece in vertical position.
23.8 Weld the corner joint.
23.9 Check weld.

24.0 Weld out side corner joint (

Vertical position)
24.1 Prepare the work piece.
24.2 Select electrode.
24.3 Connect the work piece.
24.4 Hold the electrode.
24.5 Set the current.
24.6 Tack the work piece.
24.7 Present the work piece.
24.8 Hold the work piece in vertical position.
24.9 Weld the work piece.
24.10 Check weld.

25.0 Assemble & Disassemble gas welding equipment.
25.1 Identify gas cylinders.
25.2 Clean the cylinder valve
25.3 Set the regulator on the cylinder.
25.4 Connect rubber hoses to the blow pipe shank and regulators.
25.5 Connect welding tip/nozzle to the blowpipe shank.
25.6 Test the gas leakage.

26.0 Make flame.
26.1 Open the cylinder valve.
26.2 Adjust the gas pressure in the regulators.
26.3 Open regulator outlet valve.
26.4 Open the blowpipe shank valve.
26.5 Make the neutral flame igniting blow pipe with friction lighter/spark lighter.
26.6 Make the carburizing flame flowing excess acetylene in the blowpipe.
26.7 Make the oxidizing flame flowing excess oxygen in the blowpipe.
26.8 Shut off the blowpipe.

27.0 Weld straight bead without filler metal (flat position).
27.1 Prepare the work piece.
27.2 Select the nozzle.
27.4 Ignite blowpipe.

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27.7 Check the weld.

28.0 Weld edge joint without filler metal (flat position).
28.1 Prepare the work piece.
28.2 Select the nozzle.
28.3 Select the filler metal.
28.5 Ignite blowpipe.
28.7 Take the porkpie.
28.8 Weld the work piece.
28.9 Check the weld.

29.0 Weld squire butt joint (flat position)
29.1 Prepare the work piece.
29.2 Select the nozzle.
29.3 Select the filler metal.
29.5 Ignite blowpipe.
29.7 Take the porkpies.
29.8 Weld the work piece.
29.9 Check the weld.

30.0 Weld Outside Corner Joint (flat position)
30.1 Prepare the work piece.
30.2 Select the nozzle.
30.3 Select the filler metal.
30.5 Ignite blowpipe.
30.7 Take the work piece.
30.8 Weld the work piece.
30.9 Check the weld.

31.0 Weld tee joint (flat position).
31.1 Prepare the work piece.
31.2 Select the nozzle.
31.3 Select the filler metal.
31.5 Ignite blowpipe.
31.7 Take the work piece.
31.8 Weld the work piece.
31.9 Check the weld.

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32.0 Weld Lap joint (flat position)
32.1 Prepare the work piece.
32.2 Select the nozzle.
32.3 Select the filler metal.
32.5 Ignite blowpipe.
32.7 Take the work piece.
32.8 Weld the work piece.
32.9 Check the weld.

33.0 Weld Straight-bead without filler rod (Vertical position).
33.1 Prepare the work piece.
33.2 Select the nozzle.
33.3 Select the filler metal.
33.5 Ignite blowpipe.
33.7 Hold the work piese in vertical position.
33.8 Weld the work piece.
33.9 Check the weld.

34.0 Weld Butt joint (

Vertical position)
34.1 Prepare the work piece.
34.2 Select the nozzle.
34.3 Select the filler metal.
34.5 Ignite blowpipe.
34.7 Take the workpiece.
34.8 Hold the workpiese in vertical position.
34.9 Weld the workpiece.
34.10 Check the weld.

35.0 Weld Tee joint (

Vertical position)
35.1 Prepare the workpiece.
35.2 Select the nozzle.
35.3 Select the filler metal.
35.5 Ignite blowpipe.
35.7 Take the workpiece.
35.8 Hold the workpiese in vertical position.
35.9 Weld the workpiece.
35.10 Check the weld.

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36.0 Weld Lap joint (

Vertical position)
36.1 Prepare the workpiece.
36.2 Select the nozzle.
36.3 Select the filler metal.
36.5 Ignite blowpipe.
36.7 Take the workpiece.
36.8 Hold the workpiese in vertical position.
36.9 Weld the workpiece.
36.10 Check the weld.

37.0 Cut metals by flame ( hand cutting)
37.1 Prepare the workpiece.
37.3 Ignite blowpipe.
37.5 Take the work piece.
37.6 Put the work piece on the table & cut it by manually.
37.7 Cheek the cut.

38.0 Cut metals by flame (Machine cutting/Auto cutting)
38.1 Prepare the work piece.
38.3 Ignite blowpipe.
38.5 Take the work piece.
38.6 Put the work piece on the table & cut it by auto gas cutting machine.
38.7 Check the cut

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REFERENCE BOOKS

1. .Modern Welding
- Althouse/Tanquist/Bowditch Goodheat Willcox Co, Edition: Seventh.
2. Welding Skill and Practice
- Giachino/Weeks/Brune American Technical Society, Edition: Third.
3. Science and Practice of Welding
- A.C.Devis cambridge University Press, Edition: Eleventh.
4. Basic Arc Welding
- Evan Griffin & Edward M. Roden, 1967.
5. Basic Oxy Acetylene Welding
- Evan Griffin & Edward M. Roden, 1967.
6. Learning Materials, Welding Unites 1 to 7
- Vocational Training Project, Assisted by SIDA.

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8033 Shipbuilding Materials T P C
2 3 3
Objectives:
To be able to identify and classify the materials used for construction in
engineering fields as well as in shipbuilding industry.
To be able to understand the characteristics of various engineering materials in shipbuilding
industry.
To be able to understand the sources and the uses of different engineering materials in
shipbuilding industries.

Short Description
Aspects of engineering materials; Iron and its alloys; Non-ferrous materials; aluminium; copper and its
alloys; wood; Artificial wood; Paint; Glass and its products; Insulating Material; Sound absorbing, water
and fire proofing materials; Plastic Materials.

Detail Description:
1. Understand the Various aspects of engineering materials
1.1 Define engineering materials.
1.2 Mention the classification of engineering materials.
1.3 List the common types of engineering materials used in shipbuilding.
1.4 List the characteristics of engineering materials

2. Understand the iron and its alloy
2.1 Mention the names of the common ores of iron.
2.2 Explain iron as an engineering material.
2.3 Mention the classification of steel on the basis of carbon contents.
2.4 List the names of commercial steels.
2.5 Define alloy steel.
2.6 List the common types of alloy steels.
2.7 List the common types of steel products used in shipbuilding industry.

3. Understand the non-ferrous materials.
3.1 Define non-ferrous metal.
3.2 List the common non-ferrous metals used in engineering field.
3.3 Describe the use of non-ferrous metals in shipbuilding Industries.
3.4 Describe briefly different non-ferrous alloys.
3.5 List the common non-ferrous alloy in shipbuilding industry.

4. Understand the aluminium as engineering material.
4.1 Define the characteristics of aluminum.
4.2 Mention the uses of aluminum in Shipbuilding industries.
4.3 List the common aluminum alloys.
4.4 Mention uses of aluminium alloys in shipbuilding industries.

5. Understand the copper and its alloys.

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5.1 Define the characteristics of copper.
5.2 Describe the uses of copper as engineering materials in shipbuilding industry. 5.3
Mention the names of the principal constituents of copper based alloys.
5.4 Mention the uses of copper alloys in shipbuilding industry.

6. Understand the wood as engineering material.
6.1 Define timber.
6.2 Describe the uses of wood as an engineering material.
6.3 State the characteristics of good timber.
6.4 Mention the common defects in timber.
6.5 Describe the advantages of timber a constructional material.
6.6 Mention the common types of timbers used in shipbuilding industry.
6.7 Describe the methods of preservation of woods and their seasoning.

7. Understand the artificial wood.
7.1 Distinguish between natural wood and artificial wood.
7.2 Mention the Classification of artificial wood.
7.3 Describe the process of manufacturing different types of artificial woods.
7.4 Mention the advantages of artificial wood over natural wood.
7.5 Mention the uses of artificial wood in shipbuilding industries.

8. Understand the paint.
8.1 Define paint.
8.2 Mention the characteristics of good paint.
8.3 List the essential constituents of paint.
8.4 Mention the function of each constituent.
8.5 Describe the methods of applying paint.
8.6 Define marine paint.
8.7 Describe painting composition for interior work of ship.
8.8 Describe painting composition for above the waterline outside of the ship.
8.9 Describe painting composition for below the waterline outside of the ship.

9. Understand the glass and its products.
9.1 Mention the main constituents of glass.
9.2 Mention the functions of each constituents.
9.3 Describe the different types of glass products and their uses in shipbuilding
Industries.

10. Understand the insulating materials.
10.1 Define insulating materials.
10.2 Mention the functions of insulating materials.
10.3 List the name of different natural and synthetic insulating material.
10.4 Describe the sources of obtaining natural insulating materials.
10.5 List the names of synthetic insulating materials.
10.6 Mention the names of insulating materials used in shipbuilding industries.

11. Understand the sound absorbing, water and fire proofing materials.

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11.1 List the names of the materials for sound absorbing, water and fire proofing.
11.2 Mention the uses of asbestos.
11.3 Describe the manufacturing process of asbestos.
11.4 List the characteristics of refractory materials.

12. Understand the plastic as an engineering material.
12.1 Define plastic.
12.2 List the names of raw materials of plastic.
12.3 Explain the properties of plastic.
12.4 Mention the classification of plastics.
12.5 Describe the uses of plastic as an engineering material in shipbuilding
industries.

Practical
1. Show skill in identifying ferrous and non ferrous metal.
2. Show skill in identifying iron and state its Characteristics by physical
observation.
3. Show skill in identifying mild steel, alloy steel, cast iron and other ores of iron
and state their Characteristics by physical observation.
4. Show skill in identifying copper and state its Characteristics by physical
observation.
5. Show skill in identifying aluminum and state its Characteristics by physical
observation.
6. Show skill in identifying wood, timber and good timber and state their
Characteristics by physical observation .
7. Show skill in identifying natural wood and artificial wood and state their
Characteristics by physical observation.
8. Show skill in identifying paint and marine paint and state their Characteristics
by physical observation.
9. Show skill in identifying insulating materials and state their common
Characteristics by physical observation.
10. Show skill in identifying glass and state its Characteristics by physical
observation.
11. Show skill in identifying asbestos and state its Characteristics.
12. Show skill in identifying plastics and state their common Characteristics by
physical observation.

REFERENCE BOOKS

1. A Text book on Engineering Materials G.J. Kulkarni
2. Workshop practice, Volume-1-H.K. Hajra. Chowdhury.
A.K. Hajra. Chowdhury.
Media promoter & publication Pvt. Ltd.
3. Technical Metal- Herald V. Johnson
Ches. A. Benett. Collness.
4. Engineering Materials- Dr. M. A. Aziz.

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5931 MATHEMATICS III T P C
3 3 4
AIMS
To make understand the basic concept and techniques of composition and resolution of
vectors and computing the resultant of vectors.
To enable to use the knowledge of gradient of a straight line in finding speed,
acceleration etc.
To enable to use the knowledge of conic in finding the girder of a railway bridge, cable
of a suspension bridge and maximum height of an arch.
To provide ability to apply the knowledge of differential calculus in solving problem
like slope, gradient of a curve, velocity, acceleration, rate of flow of liquid etc.
To enable to apply the process of integration in solving practical problems like
calculation of area of a regular figure in two dimensions and volume of regular solids
of different shapes.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Vector : Addition and subtraction, dot and cross product.
Co-ordinate Geometry : Co-ordinates of a point, locus and its equation, straight lines,
circles and conic.
Differential Calculus : Function and limit of a function, differentiation with the help
of limit, differentiation of functions, geometrical interpretation
of
dy
dx
, successive differentiation and Leibnitz theorem, partial
differentiation.
Integral Calculus : Fundamental integrals, integration by substitutions,
integration by parts, integration by partial fraction, definite
integrals.
DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Vector
1 Apply the theorems of vector algebra.
1.1 Define scalar and vector.
1.2 Explain null vector, free vector, like vector, equal vector, collinear vector, unit
vector, position vector, addition and subtraction of vectors, linear combination,
direction cosines and direction ratios, dependent and independent vectors,
scalar fields and vector field.
1.3 Prove the laws of vector algebra.
1.4 Resolve a vector in space along three mutually perpendicular directions

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1.5 solve problems involving addition and subtraction of vectors.

2 Apply the concept of dot product and cross product of vectors.
2.1 Define dot product and cross product of vectors.
2.2 Interpret dot product and cross product of vector geometrically.
2.3 Deduce the condition of parallelism and perpendicularity of two vectors.
2.4 Prove the distributive law of dot product and cross product of vector.
2.5 Explain the scalar triple product and vector triple product.
2.6 Solve problems involving dot product and cross product.

CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY

3 Apply the concept of co-ordinates to find lengths and areas.
3.1 Explain the co-ordinates of a point.
3.2 State different types of co-ordinates of a point.
3.3 Find the distance between two points (x
1,
y
1
) and (x
2,
y
2
).
3.4 Find the co-ordinates of a point which divides the straight line joining two
points in certain ratio.
3.5 Find the area of a triangle whose vertices are given.
3.6 Solve problems related to co-ordinates of points and distance formula.

4 Apply the concept of locus.
4.1 Define locus of a point.
4.2 Find the locus of a point.
4.3 Solve problems for finding locus of a point under certain conditions.

5 Apply the equation of straight lines in calculating various parameter.
5.1 Describe the equation x=a and y=b and slope of a straight line.
5.2 Find the slope of a straight line passing through two point (x
1
, y
1
,) and (x
2,
y
2
).
5.3 Find the equation of straight lines:
i) Point slope form.
ii) Slope intercept form.
iii) Two points form.
iv) Intercept form.
v) Perpendicular form.
5.4 Find the point of intersection of two given straight lines.
5.5 Find the angle between two given straight lines.
5.6 Find the condition of parallelism and perpendicularity of two given straight
lines.
5.7 Find the distances of a point from a line.

6 Apply the equations of circle, tangent and normal in solving problems.
6.1 Define circle, center and radius .
6.2 Find the equation of a circle in the form:

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i) x
2
+ y
2
=a
2

ii) (x h)
2
+ (y k)
2
=a
2

iii) x
2
+ y
2
+ 2gx + 2fy + c=0
6.3 Find the equation of a circle described on the line joining (x
1
, y
1
) and (x
2,
y
2
).
6.4 Define tangent and normal.
6.5 Find the condition that a straight line may touch a circle.
6.6 Find the equations of tangent and normal to a circle at any point.
6.7 Solve the problems related to equations of circle, tangent and normal.
7. Understand conic or conic sections.
7.1 Define conic, focus, directrix and eccentricity.
7.2 Find the equations of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola.
7.3 Solve problems related to parabola, ellipse and hyperbola.

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
FUNCTION AND LIMIT
8. Understand the concept of functions and limits.
8.1 Define constant, variable, function, domain, range and continuity of a
function.
8.2 Define limit of a function
8.3 Distinguish between f(x) and f(a).

8.4 Establish i) lim
sinx
x
=1
x 0

. ii) lim
tanx
x
=1.
x 0

9. Understand differential co-efficient and differentiation.
9.1 Define differential co-efficient in the form of
dy
dx
= lim
f(x+h)-f(x)
h

h 0
9.2 Find the differential co-efficient of algebraic and trigonometrical functions
from first principle.

10. Apply the concept of differentiation.
10.1 State the formulae for differentiation:

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i) sum or difference
ii) product
iii) quotient
iv) function of function
v) logarithmic function
Find the differential co-efficient using the sum or difference
formula, product formula and quotient formula.
10.2 Find the differential co-efficient function of function and logarithmic
function.

11. Apply the concept of geometrical meaning of
dy
dx

11.1 Interpret
dy
dx
geometrically.
11.2 Explain
dy
dx
under different conditions
11.3 Solve the problems of the type:
A circular plate of metal expands by heat so that its radius increases at the rate
of 0.01 cm per second. At what rate is the area increasing when the radius is 700 cm ?
12 Use Leibnitzs theorem to solve the problems of successive differentiation.
12.1 Find 2nd, 3rd and 4th derivatives of a function and hence find n-th
derivatives.
12.2 Express Leibnitzs theorem
12.3 Solve the problems of successive differentiation and Leibnitzs theorem.

13 Understand partial differentiation.
13.1 Define partial derivatives.
13.2 State formula for total differential.
13.3 State formulae for partial differentiation of implicit function and homogenous
function.
13.4 State Euler's theorem on homogeneous function.
13.5 Solve the problems of partial derivatives.

INTEGRAL CALCULUS
14 Apply fundamental indefinite integrals in solving problems.
14.1 Explain the concept of integration and constant of integration.
14.2 State fundamental and standard integrals.
14.3 Write down formulae for:
i) Integration of algebraic sum.
ii) Integration of the product of a constant and a function.
14.4 Integrate by method of substitution, integrate by parts and by partial fractions.

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14.5 Solve problems of indefinite integration.

15 Apply the concept of definite integrals.
15.1 Explain definite integration.
15.2 Interpret geometrically the meaning of ( )dx x f
b
a

15.3 Solve problems of the following types:
i) dx x cos
2
0
2

ii)
( )
dx
x 1
x sin
1
0 2
2
1

P* =Practical continuous assessment

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5913 CHEMISTRY T P C
3 3 4

OBJECTIVES
To provide the students a background of basic science required for understanding
technology subjects.
To develop a working knowledge of common engineering and industrial materials
including physical and chemical properties and to enable to determine through experiments
the properties of such materials.
To develop a basic knowledge and concept of chemical reactions of common engineering
and industrial materials.
To develop through experiments the understanding of fundamental scientific concept which
will provide a common base for further studies in science and technology.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Role of Chemistry in the field of engineering and technology; Matter and its changes; Symbol,
valency and chemical equations; Different types of chemical reactions; Catalyst and Catalysis;
Acid, Base and Salt; Properties of gases; Dalton atomic theory; Avogadros hypothesis; Laws
of chemical equivalent; Atomic Mass and molecular mass; Atomic structure; Quantum
numbers; Periodic table; Oxidation & Reduction; Chemical bond; Electrolytic conductance and
electrolysis; Acid base equilibria; Water; Metals; Concept of Organic Chemistry; Aliphatic
Hydrocarbon and Alcohols.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
Theory :MATTER AND ITS CHANGES
1 Symbol, Valency & Chemical Equation
1.1 Define matter, element, compound, mixtures, solutions and suspensions.
1.2 Distinguish between, " atoms and molecules", "physical change and chemical
change", exothermic and endothermic changes and reactions.
1.3 Identify exothermic and endothermic reactions from a given list of reactions.
1.4 Define symbol and formula, valency of elements and radicals.
1.5 Discuss the variations of valency with examples.
1.6 Define active and latent valency.
1.7 Define chemical equation .
1.8 Explain the full meaning of a given chemical equation.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS , CATALIST & CATALYSIS
2 Understand the concept of chemical reactions.
2.1 Define chemical reaction.
2.2 Name the methods of bringing about chemical reaction.
2.3 Give examples of different types of chemical reactions with suitable examples.
2.4 Define catalysis and catalyst.
2.5 Mention different types of catalyst with examples.

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2.6 List five uses of catalysts in industries.
ACID, BASE & SALT
3 Understand acid, base and salt.
3.1 Define acid, base and salt.
3.2 List five properties of acid, base and salt.
3.3 Classify salts according to their chemical properties.
3.4 Explain basicity of an acid and acidity of a base.
STATES OF MATTER
4 Understand properties of gases.
4.1 Identify the basic properties of gases.
4.2 Define Boyls law & Charls law, absolute temperature S.T. P /N.T.P
4.3 Deduse the relationship between pressure, volume and temperature of a gas to
establish Boyles Law, Charles law and the law of pressure.
4.4 Combine the gas laws to establish the gas equation.
4.5 Establish the partial pressure of mixed gases using Daltons law of partial
pressure.
4.6 Solve problems in relation to pressure, volume, temperature and partial
pressure of a mixture of gases.
DALTON'S ATOMIC THEORY & AVOGADRO'S HYPOTHESIS
5 Understand Dalton's atomic theory & Avogadro's hypothesis
5.1 List the four postulates of Dalton's atomic theory.
5.2 Explain at least five limitations of Daltons atomic theory.
5.5 Explain five applications of Avogadro's hypothesis in Chemistry.
5.6 Solve problems using the knowledge of Avogadro's hypothesis.
6 Understand chemical equivalent , Atomic & molecular Mass.
6.1 Define the chemical equivalent of an element, a compound, a radical,
an acid an alkali and a salt.
6.2 Explain the variations in chemical equivalent of an element.
6.3 Define atomic mass and molecular Mass.
6.4 Establish a relationship among chemical equivalent, valency and atomic Mass.
6.5 Solve problems to find out atomic Mass, chemical equivalent and valency.
7 Understand the modern concept of atomic structure.
7.1 State the fundamental particles of atom.
7.2 Explain the following terms:
i) Atomic number ii) Isotopes iii) Isobar iv) Gram-atom
v) Mass Number and vi) Gram molecular Mass, vii) Mole viii) ISO tone.
7.3 Describe Rutherford's and Bohr's atomic model.
8 Understand the quantum numbers.
8.1 Define quantum numbers .
8.2 Explain the significance of the following quantum numbers:
i) Principal quantum number

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ii) Subsidiary quantum number
iii) Magnetic quantum number
iv) Spin quantum number
8.3 Explain the Pauli's exclusion principle.
8.4 Explain the probability distribution of electrons round the nucleus.
8.5 Define orbit and orbital.
9 Understand the modern periodic table.
9.1 State the periodic law of elements.
9.2 Describe the modern long periodic table.
9.3 Explain the limitations of periodic table.
9.4 Give the Name of IA, VII-A and Zero group elements.
10 Understand oxidation and reduction.
10.1 Explain the modern concepts of oxidation and reduction with examples.
10.2 Explain "oxidizing agent" and "reducing agents " with examples.
10.3 Explain the oxidation and reduction takes place simultaneously.
10.4 Explain the oxidation number and oxidation state.
10.5 Write the oxidation number of an element from its compounds.
11 Understand the modern concept of chemical bonds.
11.1 Define chemical bond.
11.2 List the different types of bonds.
11.3 Explain the modern concept of ionic bonds .
11.4 Explain the co-valent bonds, co-ordinate bond, Sigma bond, Pie bond.
12 Understand the fundamentals of electrolysis.
12.1 Define electrolysis.
12.2 Differentiate between electrical conductor and electrolyte.
12.3 Explain the process of electrolysis.
12.4 Explain Faraday's laws of electrolysis.
12.5 List at least four Industrial applications of electrolysis.
13 Understand pH value, Acidimetry and Alkalimetry.
13.1 Define pH, acidimetry and alkalimetry.
13.2 Explain pH scale and its uses.
13.3 Explain acid base titration.
13.4 Explain the method of preparation of normal solutions.
13.5 Define of indicators and their uses.
13.6 Explain buffer solutions and their working mechanism.
14 Understand oxides and hydroxides.
14.1 Define oxide and hydroxide.
14.2 Describe the classification of oxides and hydroxides.
14.3 Explain different types of oxides and hydroxides with examples.
15 Understand the chemical process involved in water treatment.
15.1 Distinguish between hard water and soft water.
15.2 Differentiate between temporary and permanent hardness of water.
15.3 List at least three disadvantages and three advantages of using hard water.

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15.4 Describe the Permutit process of softening hard water by explaining the
reactions that take place.
15.5 Explain the ion exchange resin process of softening water.
15.6 Describe chemical tests of water.
16 Understand the extraction and refining process for Iron, Copper, Zinc and
Aluminum.
16.1 Compare the properties of metal and non-metal.
16.2 Define (i) ores (ii) roasting (iii) calcination (iv) smelting (v) alloy (vi) slag, (vii) Flux.
16.3 Give names and formulae of important ores of Iron, Copper, Aluminum and Zinc.
16.4 Describe the manufacturing process of iron and copper from its ore.
16.5 Compare the properties of (i) Cast Iron (ii) iron (iii) Steel (iv) Wrought Iron.
17 Understand the concept of Organic Chemistry and organic compounds.
17.1 Define Organic Chemistry.
17.2 Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds.
17.3 Explain homologous series of organic compounds.
17.4 List the molecular and structural formulae of methane, ethane, propane and
butane.
17.5 Explain functional groups of organic compounds.
18 Understand the aliphatic hydrocarbons and the alcohols.
18.1 Define hydrocarbon, saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons.
18.2 Define alkane, alkene and alkynes.
18.3 Explain commons system, derived system and IUPAC system of
nomenclature of organic compounds.
18.4 Define Alcohols.
18.5 Explain the classification of alcohol.
18.6 Define the term Enzyme, Fermentation, De-carboxilation, Power Alcohol,
Absolute Alcohol .

PRACTICAL ;
OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT
Measure the pH

value of unknown solutions to classify them as neutral , acidic or alkalis.
Prepare a decinormal solution of sodium carbonate.
Determine the unknown strength of an acid. Solve by a standard alkalis solution with a suitable
indicator.

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF KNOWN SALTS
Perform test tube tests for the known salt samples Copper salt, Iron salt, Lead salt, Aluminum
salt, Ammonium salt, etc.
Perform charcoal oxidation and reduction test for the different salt e.g. such as Lead salt,
Copper salt, Iron salt, Calcium salt, etc.
Perform tests to detect unknown basic radicals e.g. Lead, Copper, Iron Calcium, Zinc,
Aluminium, Ammonium and Sodium.
Perform tests to detect unknown acid radicals e.g. chloride, nitrate, carbonate and sulphate

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6621 Computer application 1 T P C
0 6 2
OBJECTIVES.
To develop skill to use computer and computer operating system.
To perform skill on using word processing software packages to create documents.
To perform skill on using presentation software packages for documents
presentation..
To perform skill on using Internet and e-mail for sending and receiving documents.

SHORT DESCRIPTION
Computer hardware System, Operating Systems, perating system environment, Customizing
and configuring operating System files; Utility software and Anti viruses; Fundamentals of
word processing; Create Simple documents; Print and preview the document; Manage files;
Format the documents; Merge files; skill on presentation software, skill on Internet, e-mail and
web browsing.

DETAIL DESCRIPTION
1. Show skill on computer hardware.
1.1 Identify the main components of Personal Computer.
1.2 Identify the CPU components and commonly used I/O devices and memories.
1.3 Identify Primary and secondary storage devices & demonstrate the maintenance
of the devices.
1.4 Identify the allied equipment used with PC system(UPS, Stabilizer band IPS).
1.5 Make the cable connection of PC system, UPS and printer with power line.
1.6 Turn ON the power Switch and demonstrate booting effect of PC system.
2 Practice on windows operating system environment.
2.1 Observe the windows Screen and identify each item on desktop.
2.2 Show the function of start button & taskbar.
2.3 Start and quit programs.
2.4 Switch between programs.
2.5 Open and close a document.
2.6 Find something using find command.
2.7 Start a program by using run command.
3 Practice on customizing and configuring windows operating system.
3.1 Change system setting (say, system date, time, password, etc).
3.2 Configure the taskbar, shortcuts, desktop items etc.
3.3 Install driver software & configure printer, plotter, mouse & other PC
equipment.
3.4 Use windows explorer for copy, move, delete or rename files and folder.
3.6 Create a shortcut on the desktop.
3.7 Customize windows i.e. desktop colors, patterns, wallpaper, screen saver, etc.

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4 Practice on advance features of windows operating system and disk utilities.
4.1 Use windows efficiently (i.e. copying, moving files quickly).
4.2 Organize your applications into groups (i.e. creating & deleting a group).
4.3 Install a new application program.
4.4 Back up, compare and restore files.
4.5 Freeze disk space(i.e. check your systems disk space, delete unnecessary files).
5 Practice on Disk Operating System(DOS).
5.1 Restart the computer in DOS mode.
5.2 Use internal and external DOS commands.
5.3 Create, delete and view directories.
5.4 Change directories.
5.5 Use wild card in DOS mode.
6 Perform skill in managing disk.
6.1 Format and unformat a disk.
6.2 Create a system disk.
6.3 Make a system disk.
6.4 Restore directories and files.
6.5 Recover files from defective disks.
7 Perform skill in working with files and folder.
7.1 Organize files and folders.
7.2 Copy files (copy a single file, a group of files).
7.3 Rename a file.
7.4 Delete files (delete a single file, a group of files).
7.5 Copy directories & sub directories.
7.6 Show directories such as directory tree directory name, paths, and the current
directory.
8 Perform skill in working with utilities software and anti viruses.
8.1 Run anti virus software (say Toolkit, Norton Anti virus, PC cillin, Kaspersky
etc) and scan for viruses.
8.2 Protect the computer from viruses.
8.3 Run utility software such as PC, Tools, NC, NU, etc.
8.4 Use utility software for copying, renaming, deleting and moving folders or
files.
8.5 Develop keyboard skills by standard touch typing rules using typing tutor
packages.
9 project1: Connect each part of a personal computer(PC) ,operate it with
windows operating system and install / uninstall programs/softwares.

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WORD PROCESSING:
10 Practice on creating a simple document using word processor.
10.1 Open windows based word processor and identify the different elements of the
editing window.
10.2 Type text, edit text using word processor.
10.3 Select text and modify the text.
10.4 Save the document then quit & reopen the document.
10.5 Copy, move, and delete text.
10.6 Copy from one word document to another.
11 Practice on working with graphics and drawing.
11.1 Import graphics using insert picture command.
11.2 Use clipboard to insert art.
11.3 Resize graphics, crop graphics with mouse and with picture command.
11.4 Open drawing tools bar.
11.5 Draw a textbox and write text to it.
11.6 Draw graphs using different objects from the drawing tools bar.
11.7 Group, Ungroup, rotate and flip objects.
11.8 Fill drawn items with different color, change line styles, arrow heads, line
12 Show skill on managing file.
12.1 Open previously saved documents.
12.2 Open documents form or within word.
12.3 Open non-word documents.
12.4 Open documents as read only.
12.5 Find files, searching by file names, dealing with large lists, Searching inside
documents.
12.6 Save under a different file name and save to other location.
12.7 Save in non-word formats.
12.8 Make backup files for safe keeping and recover damaged file.
13 Show skill on formatting a document.
13.1 Change document margins.
13.2 Set margin with the page setup dialog box.
13.3 Drag margins in pint preview.
13.4 Pint in the margins.
13.5 Repaginate documents.
13.6 Force page breaks and force paragraphs to start on a new page.
13.7 Move and delete page breaks.
13.8 Keep things (lines, paragraphs, etc.) together on a page .
14 Show skill in selecting characters and fonts.
14.1 Format the character with the formatting toolbar.
14.2 Create and use different options of font dialog box.
14.3 Create keyboard shortcuts for character formatting.
14.4 Underline text (double, single, dotted, etc) and create bold Italicized character.

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14.5 Expand and condense character spacing.
14.6 Create superscripts and subscripts and color character.
14.7 Demonstrate the change case command.
14.8 Remove and toggle to remove character formatting.
14.9 Type special characters and symbols using the symbol command.
14.10 Bullet the existing paragraphs.
14.11 Type new bullet lists, change bullet styles and specify custom bullets.

15 Practice on paragraphs, line spacing, borders and shading.
15.1 Create paragraphs and split text into multiple paragraph.
15.2 Join and delete paragraphs.
15.3 Format the paragraph with the formatting toolbar, paragraph dialog box &
keyboard shortcuts.
15.4 Index paragraphs automatically and index with the ruler, toolbar keyboard
shortcuts and with paragraph dialog box.
15.5 Align and justify text and a adjust the space between lines such as single
spacing, double spacing etc.
15.6 Create and remove borders and shading.
15.7 Create lines with the border command.
15.8 Show the border toolbar.
15.9 Show custom border and lines increase the space between border and text.

16 Practice on tables and Perform skill in modifies table design.
16.1 Create a simple table using table button & table menu.
16.2 Enter and edit text in a table.
16.3 Select cells, columns, rows group of cells and the whole table.
16.4 Add rows at the end and in the middle of a table, than delete rows.
16.5 Change row heights, and resize rows with cell height and width.
16.6 Change the spacing between rows.
16.7 Insert columns at the right edge and in the middle of a table, then delete the
columns.
16.8 Change column and cell width with the ruler and the auto fit bottom.
16.9 Marge cells.
16.10 Change the space between columns merge different cells.
17 Project 2 : Create a complete document(such as a personal bio-data) with MS
Word in Bengali and English using all necessary formating with graphics,table
and save it in a created folder.
18 Practice on previewing & printing.
18.1 Connect printer to computer and keep paper in the printer tray.
18.2 Open page setup dialogue box and set the paper size.
18.3 Show print preview to adjust document.
18.4 Open print dialog box options to print document.
18.5 Show, use and leave print dialog box.

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Presentation Software:
19 Create a powerpoint Presentation .
19.1 Identify the different components of MS powerpoint package.
19.2 Design templates.,colour schemes, animation schemes etc.
19.3 Add/delete slides in the Presentation .
19.4 Add pictures, graphs, charts and other objects into slides.
19.5 Animate text and other objects in a very attractive way or motion.
19.6 Save and execute the slides.
20 Enhance powerpoint Presentation.
20.1 Use sound effects and custom path of animation effects in the Presentation
20.3 View slides of powerpoint Presentation in different ways(for exmple
outlining,slide shorer etc.).
20.4 Reorder slides on the outline tab.
20.5 Preview and print the Presentation .
21. Perform attracive Presentation using MS powerpoint.
21.1 Customize slide show setup for a prticulr audiance.
2 1.2 Setup a slide show, rehashing and timing of a Presentation .
21.3 Review and adjust slide timing as per requirements.
21.4 Perform skill on Packaging for CD and Show the Presentation .
22. Perform skill on Internet applications.
22.1 Connect to the Inernet using dial up or broadband connection.
22.2 Identify the different components of browsing softwares like Internet explorer,
mozila firefox etc.
22.3 Browse and visit the reputed websites all over the world.
22.4 Use the search engines for searching informaion on the web.
22.5 Read news papers from the Internet.
23. Perform skill on Electronic mailing system.
23.1 Create an e-mail account (on yahoo, hotmail, gmail etc.)
23.2 Compose an e-mail message.
23.3 Attach file to an e-mail message and open an attached file.
23.6 Delete messages temporarily and permanently.
23.5 Sign out from your created e-mail account.

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T P C 5821 SOCIAL SCIENCE II
(BANGLADESH : HISTORY & CULTURE) 2 0 2

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1.1 BwZnvmi msvc`vb|
1.2 evsj v`ki cvPxb Rbc` Dj L Ki v|
1.3 eevevsj vbvgi Drcw evLvKi v|
1.4 ei mxgvi LvwPwZ Ki v|
1.5 evsj vi AvenvI qvI Gi Awaevmx`i Pwi AvenvI qvi cf ve weeZ Ki v|
1.6 cvMwZnvwmK I cvPxb evsj vi Av_mvgvwRK eeveYbvKi v|

2. evsjv`k , ivRv kkv, cvj I gymwjg kvmb mK AeMZ nIqv|
2.1 kvmb Avgj evsj vi kvmbee veY bvKi v|

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2.2 i vRvkkvi i vRweRq I kvmb eYbvKi v|
2.3 evsj vi Ai vRKZvI wnDqbmvsGi Avgj evsj vi AeveYbvKi v|
2.4 Mvcvj KZK Ai vRKZvi Aemvb NUvbvi KwZZi eYbvKi v|
2.5 evsj v`k gymj gvb`i AvMgb I eLwZqvi Lj Rxi evsj vweRq eYbvKi v|
2.6 evsj v`k ^vaxb myj Zvbxkvmb cwZvq kvgQyw b Bwj qvk kvTxi KwZZeYbvKi v|
2.7 evsj vq gvNj kvmbi BwZe evLvKi v|
2.8 1757 mvj i cj vkxi hyi Kvi Y, NUbvI dj vdj eYbvKi v|

3. cjvkxhy cieZx Aevq B Bwqv Kvvbxi AvwacZ wevi mK vZ nIqv|
3.1 `I qvbx, Zkvmb I evsj vi `ywf eYbvKi v|
3.2 Bsi R`i wPi vqxe`ve GesGi dj vdj eYbvKi v|
3.3 evsj v`k Rwg`vi , cRveevcwZvGesAv_-mvgvwRK eevq Rwg`vi `i f wgKvI cRvKzj i mvweK Aev
Dj L Ki v|
3.4 1905 mvj i ef Av`vj b I dj vdj eLvKi v|
3.5 nvRxki xqZ Dj vni di vqRxAv`vj b I Gi dj vdj eLvKi v|

4. efDi ivRbxwZ I `k wefvM mK AewnZ nIqv|
4.1 1937 Gi wbevPb I Gi ewkDj L Ki v|
4.2 j vnvi c ve e Ki v|
4.3 1943 Gi evsj vi `ywf i Kvi Y I Gi c~evci AevDj L Ki v|
4.4 cvwK vbi c~evj wnmve 1947 mvj c~ecvwK vbi cwZvevLvKi v|

5. cvwKvb Avgj evsjv`ki (ZrKvjxb c~e cvwKvb) ivRbxwZ, A_bxwZ I mvgvwRK Aev mK AeMZ nIqv|
5.1 f vl vAv`vj b I mgKvj xb i vRbwZK I mvgvwRK cwZ e Ki v|
5.2 AvI qvgxj xMcwZv, hy dUI 21 `dv`vexi wf wZ wbevPb Abyvb Geshy dUi gwmf vMVb I evwZj
Avj vPbvKi v|
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Ki vi cUf ~wg I NUbvcevn eYbvKi v|
5.5 1971 mvj i HwZnvwmK gyw hyGes^vaxb mvef g evsj v`ki Af z`q eYbvKi v|

6. ^vaxb mvefg evsjv`ki ivRbxwZ I Av_-mvgvwRK Aev mK AeMZ nIqv|
6.1 hyvi ^vaxb mvef g evsj v`ki Av_-mvgvwRK cybMVb KgZrci ZveYbvKi v|
6.2 1973 mvj i wbevPb Ges1974 mvj msweavbi 4_mskvabxi gvag mi Kvi cwZi cwi eZb e Ki v|
6.3 1975 mvj i 15 AvM RvwZi RbK eezkL gywReyi i ngvb -Gi kvnv`vZ ei Y Ges i vRbwZK
cUcwi eZ b|
6.4 1981 mvj i vcwZ wRqvDi i ngvbi kvnv`vZ ei Y, 1982 mvj i mvgwi K Af z vb Gesi vRbwZK cUf wg
cwi eZb|
6.5 1990 mvj Gi kv` mi Kvi i cZb GesZ veavqK mi Kvi cwZ Aby msM1991 mbi wbe vPb GesMYZvw K
Abykxj bi m~Pbv|

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7.1 ms wZi msv`vb|

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7.2 cvPxb evsj vi f vl vmvwnZI mswZi i ci LveYbvKi v|
7.3 evvj xmswZ wbgvY gwmqvI cyuw_ mvwnZi cf ve eYbvKi v|

8. AvaywbK hyM evsjv`ki mswZ I evsjvfvlvi AvaywbK icjvf mK AeMZ nIqv|
8.1 Bsi R kvmb Avgj mvgvwRK Kzmsvi `~i xKi Y (mvi mq` Avng`, mq` Avgxi Avj xI i vRvi vggvnb
i vq) Gi Avwef ve GesZv`i KgZrci ZvevLvKi v|
8.2 Kvwi mvne Ges dvUDBwj qvg Kj R/msZ Kj R vcbi gvag evsj vi bZzb mswZi i cj vf eYbv
Ki v|
8.3 Bsi R`i wkvbxwZ ceZb evLvKi vGesKwj KvZvwekwe`vj q I Bmj vwgqvgv`vmvvcbi gvag evsj vi
mswZi weKvk e Ki v|
8.4 XvKvwekwe`vj q cwZvi BwZe evLvKi v|

9. 1947 Gi `k wefvM I mvswZK Aevi cwieZb mK AeMZ nIqv|
9.1 ZrKvj xb c~ecvwK vbi Zgy yb gRwj mi f wgKvDj L Ki v|
9.2 1952 mvj i f vl vAv`vj bi mvs wZK i Z Dj L Ki v|
9.3 XvKvKw`K wk x-mvwnwZK`i evsMvj xmswZ wewbgvYi f wgKvcvj b Dj L Ki v|
9.4 69 Gi MY Av`vj b mvs wZK Kg x`i f wgKv Dj L Ki v|
9.5 evOj vGKvWgxi cwZvGesevsj vf vl vI mvwnZGi f ~wgKvDj L Ki v|
9.6 Av RvwZK gvZf vl vw`emwnme 21 deqvwi i Zvrche Ki v|
9.7 f vl v, wk mvwnZPPvq msev`c I Bj KUwbK wgwWqvi f wgKvDj L Ki v|

10. mswZi Dci MvgxY A_bxwZi cfve AeMZ nIqv|
10.1 ZuvZ wk I gmwj b Drcv`bi BwZe evLvKi v|
10.2 cvU Pvl i A_bwZK cf ve e Ki v|
10.3 evvj xmswZi Ask wnme `yRvZ wgvbmvgMxi (wgw, gvLb, `wa, wcVv-cywj cf wZ) cf ve e
Ki v|
10.4 `kxq gj vI cvebi mvswZK i ZevLvKi v|
10.5 MvgxY ckvRxwe`i (Kvgvi , Kzgvi , ZuvZx, Rj , QyZvi , BZvw`) mvswZK i ZevLvKi v|

11. evsj v`ki mswZZ Avw`evmxmswZ I cZZvwK wb`kbi Ae`vb mKAeMZ nI qv|
11.1 evsj v`ki Avw`evmxmKDj L Ki v|
11.2 evsj v`ki mswZZ Mvov, i vLvBb, mvI Zvj , PvKgvAvw`evmx`i mswZK Ae`vb eLvKi v|
11.3 evsj v`ki cvPxb mswZi HwZnwnmve gnvvbMo, gqbvgwZ I cvnvocyi i cZZvwK wb`kbi eYbv
`vb|

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mnvqK cyK

i wng, Payi x, gvngy` I Bmj vg, evsj v`ki BwZnvm(cwi ewa Z I cwi gvwRZ); bI i vR wKZvwe vb, AvM, 1999|
K, Avj xevsj v`ki BwZnvm; AvwRwRqveyK wWcv, 2001|
wmi vRyj Bmj vg, evsj v`ki BwZnvm-1704-1971; 1g, 2q I 3q L;
evsj v`k GwkqvwUK mvmvBwU, deqvwi 2000|
Kv-Av vbf v, wc, KZvf w, f vi Zel i BwZnvm; cMwZ cKvkb, 1988|
Mvcvj nvj `vi ; mswZi i cv i ; gy avi v, g 1984|
gvZvni nvmb Payi x, mswZ K_v; bI i vR wKZvwe vb, Rvbyqvwi 1998|
Mvcvj nvj `vi , evsj vmvwnZi i ci Lv-1g I 2q L; gy avi v, Ryj vB 1978|