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SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS FOR I B.TECH.

(All Branches) Effective from the Academic Year 2004-2005

I - Semester

CODE

 

SUBJECTS

L

T

P

CREDITS

MA 101

MATHEMATICS – I

 

4

0

0

4

HS 101

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

 

4

0

0

4

PH 101

PHYSICS

(OR)

4

0

0

4

CY 101

Chemistry

CS 101

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING & PROBLEM SOLVING (OR) Basic Electrical Science

4

0

0

 

EE 101

4

CE 102

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

 

3

0

0

3

PH 102

PHYSICS LAB

(OR)

 

0

0

3

2

CY 102

Chemistry Lab

CS 102

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING & PROBLEM (OR) Basic Electrical Science Lab

SOLVING LA

0

0

3

 

EE 102

2

ME 102

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS Workshop Practice

(OR)

 

1

0

3

3

ME 103

EA 101

EXTRA ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

 

0

0

3

1

 

TOTAL

20

0

12

27

 

II - SEMESTER

 

CODE

SUBJECTS

L

T

P

CREDITS

MA 102

MATHEMATICS – II

 

4

0

0

4

CE 101

ENGINEERING MECHANICS

 

4

0

0

4

ME 101

BASIC MECHANICAL SCIENCE

 

4

0

 

4

CY 101

CHEMISTRY

(OR)

4

0

0

4

PH 101

Physics

EE 101

BASIC ELECTRICAL SCIENCE

(OR)

 

4

0

0

4

CS 101

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING & PROBLEM SOLVING

CY 102

CHEMISTRY LAB Physics Lab

(OR)

 

0

0

3

2

PH 102

EE 102

BASIC ELECTRICAL SCIENCE LAB Computer Programming & Problem

(OR)

Solving Lab

 

0

0

3

2

CS 102

ME 103

WORKSHOP PRACTICE (OR) Engineering Graphics

 

1

0

3

3

ME 102

EA 102

EXTRA ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

 

0

0

3

1

 

TOTAL

21

0

12

28

CREDIT SYSTEM

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL – 506 004, * 2 SECOND YEAR OF 4-YEAR B.TECH. (ECE) DEGREE COURSE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 2004 - 2005.

Sl.

Course

Name of the Course

Hours / Week

Total

No. Number

L

T

P

Credits

FIRST SEMESTER

1. Mathematics-II

EC 211 MA

4

-

-

4

2. Network Analysis (EED)

EC 212 EE

4

-

-

4

3. Data Structures

EC 213 CS

3

-

-

3

4. Electronic Devices and Circuits-I

EC 214

4

-

-

4

5. Networks and Transmission Lines

EC 215

3

-

-

3

6. Switching Theory and Logic Design

EC 216

4

-

-

4

7. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab-I

EC 217

-

-

4

3

8. Data Structures Lab

EC 218 CS

-

-

3

2

 

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Total

22

-

7

27

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SECOND SEMESTER

1. Complex variables and Special Functions

EC 221 MA

4

-

-

4

2. Object Oriented Prog and Operating Systems

EC 222 CS

3

-

-

3

3. Electronic Devices and Circuits-II

EC 223

4

-

-

4

4. Signals and Systems

EC 224

4

-

-

4

5. Electromagnetic Fields and Waves

EC 225

4

-

-

4

6. Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes

EC 226

3

-

-

3

7. Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab-II

EC 227

-

-

4

3

8. Electronic Design Automation Lab-I

EC 228

-

-

3/2

1

9. Object Oriented Programming and O.S Lab

EC 229 CS

-

-

3/2

1

 

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Total

22

-

7

27

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL – 506 004, * 2 THIRD YEAR OF 4-YEAR B.TECH. (ECE) DEGREE COURSE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 2005 - 2006.

Sl.

Course

Name of the Course

Hours / Week T

 

Total

No. Number

L

P

CREDITS

FIRST SEMESTER

1. Engineering Economics and Accountancy

EC 311 HS

3

-

-

3

2. Pulse Circuits

EC 312

3

-

-

3

3. Communication Theory

EC 313

3

-

-

3

4. Linear IC Applications

EC 314

3

-

-

3

5. Digital IC Applications

EC 315

3

-

-

3

6. Digital System Design

EC 316

3

-

-

3

7. Pulse Circuits Lab

EC 317

-

-

4

3

8. IC Applications Lab

EC 318

-

4

3

9. Digital System Design Lab

EC 319

-

-

3

2

 

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Total

18

-

11

26

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SECOND SEMESTER

1. Web Based Programming

EC 321 CS

3

-

-

3

2. Radio And T.V. Engineering

EC 322

3

-

-

3

3. Antennas and Propagation

EC 323

3

-

-

3

4. Microprocessor Systems

EC 324

3

-

-

3

5. Computer Architecture and Organization

EC 325

3

-

-

3

6. Digital Signal Processing

EC 326

3

-

-

3

7. Electronic Design Automation Lab – II

EC 327

-

-

3

2

8. Microprocessor System Lab.

EC 328

-

-

4

3

9. Web Based Programming Lab

EC 329 CS

-

-

3

2

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Total

18

-

10

25

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL – 506 004, * 2 FOURTH YEAR OF 4-YEAR B.TECH. (ECE) DEGREE COURSE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR, 2006-2007.

Sl. Course

Name of the Course

Hours / Week

Total

 

CREDITS

 

L

T

P

FIRST SEMESTER

1. Electronic Instrumentation

EC 411

3

-

-

3

2. Digital Communications

EC 412

3

-

-

3

3. VLSI Design

EC 413

3

-

-

3

4. Microwave Engineering

EC 414

3

-

-

3

5. Computer Networks

EC 415

3

-

-

3

6. Elective-I

EC 416

3

-

-

3

7. Electronic Instrumentation Lab

EC 417

-

-

3

2

8. Communication Systems Lab

EC 418

-

-

3

2

9. Project

EC 419

-

-

3

2

 

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Total

18

-

9

24

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SECOND SEMESTER

1. Industrial Management

EC 421 ME

3

-

-

3

2. Optical Fiber Communications

EC 422

3

-

-

3

3. EC 423

Elective-II

3

-

-

3

4. EC 424

Elective-III

3

-

-

3

5. Microwave and Optical Commn. Lab

EC 425

-

-

3

2

6. EC426 Seminar

-

-

3

1

7. EC 427

Project Work

-

-

6

4

 

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Total

12

-

12

19

List of Modules offered for Electives I, II and III

Elective-I

EC416.1

Medical Instrumentation

EC416.2

Image Processing

EC416.3

Radar Engineering

EC416.4

Telematics

EC416.5

Advanced signal processing

EC416.6

Digital Control Systems

Elective-II

EC423.1

Satellite Communications

EC423.2

Cellular and Mobile Communications

EC423.3

Embedded systems

EC423.4

VLSI Sub system Design

EC423.5

Data Acquisition Systems

Proposed Elective-III (Global Elective)

EC424.1 CE

Disaster Mitigation and Management (Civil Eng.)

EC424.2 EE

New Enterprise Creation and Management (EEE)

EC424.3 ME

Alternate Sources of Energy ( Mechanical Engg.)

EC424.4 EC

Fuzzy Logic Systems and Neural Networks (ECE)

EC424.5 MM

Surface Engineering (MM Eng.)

EC424.6 ChE

Environmental Engineering (Chem. Eng.)

EC424.7 CS

Computer Graphics (C.S.E.)

EC424.8 MA

Operations Research (M & H)

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL – 506 004, * 2 II B.TECH (REGULAR) SERVICE COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS BY THE E.C.E. DEPARTMENT

Sl. Course

Name of the Course

Instruction

No.

Total

 

Number

Hours/week

.

Credits

 

L/T

P

 

FIRST SEMESTER

1.

EE 213 EC

Electronic Engineering

 

4

-

4

2.

CS 213 EC

Basic Electronic Circuits

4

-

4

3.

EE 217 EC

Electronic Engineering Lab

-

3

2

4.

CS 216 EC

Basic Electronic Circuits Lab

-

3

2

 

SECOND SEMESTER

 

1.

EE 222EC

I.C. Applications

4

-

4

2.

EE 223EC

Switching Theory and Logic Design

4

-

4

3

CS 222 EC

Digital Logic Design

 

4

-

4

4.

ME 223 EC Electronics and Instrumentation

4

-

4

5.

MM 225 EC Basic Electronics

 

4

-

4

6.

CHE 225 ECApplied Electronics

4

-

4

7.

EE 227 EC

I.C. Applications Lab

 

-

3

2

8.

ME 229 EC Electronics & Instrumentation Lab

-

3

2

9.

MM 228 EC Basic Electronics

Lab

-

3

2

10.CHE 228EC Applied Electronics Lab

 

-

3

2

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, WARANGAL – 506 004, * 2 III B.TECH (REGULAR) SERVICE COURSES OFFERED TO OTHER DEPARTMENTS BY THE E.C.E. DEPARTMENT

Sl. Course

Name of the Course

Instruction

No.

Total

Number

Hours/week

.

Credits

L/T

P

FIRST SEMESTER

1. I.C. Applications

CS 31 EC

4

-

4

2. I.C. Applications Lab

CS 31 EC

-

3

2

SECOND SEMESTER

 

1. Communication Systems

CS 321 EC

4

-

4

MATHEMATICS - I I B.Tech. (All Branches) I Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

MA 101

4

 

- -

20

30

50

4

Differential Calculus: Rolle’s theorem; Mean value theorem; Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s theorems with remainders, Expansions; Indeterminate forms; Asymptotes and curvature; Curve tracing; Functions of several variables, Partial Differentiation, Total Differentiation, Euler’s theorem and generalization, maxima and minima of functions of several variables (two and three variables) – Lagrange’s method of Multipliers; Change of variables – Jacobians. (20 Hrs)

Fundamental theorem of integral calculus and mean value

theorems; Evaluation of plane areas, volume and surface area of a solid of revolution

and lengths.

Integral Calculus:

(12 Hrs)

Ordinary Differential Equations of First Order: Formation of differential

separable form; exact

order equations; Bernoulli’s equation; (10 Hrs)

equations; Separable equations; equations

equations; integrating factors; linear first Orthogonal trajectories.

reducible to

Ordinary Linear Differential Equations of Higher Order: Homogeneous linear equations of arbitrary order with constant coefficients - Non-homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients; Euler and Cauchy’s equations; Method of variation of parameters; System of linear differential equations. (14 Hrs)

TEXT BOOK:

Jain R.K. and Iyengar S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House, 2002. (Chapters 1,2,4,5)

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Erwyn Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley and Sons, 8 th Edition.

2. B.S.Grewal B.S., Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publications,

2002.

ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION

I B.Tech. (All Branches) I Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

HS 101

4

 

- -

20

30

50

4

UNIT- A

READING: Exposure to a variety of reading materials, articles, essays, graphic representations, journalistic articles etc. Controlling factors for the choice of reading materials will be (a) the level of the learners (b) relevance of material to the learner's needs and (c) appropriate passages for imparting the desired skills.

reading

speed, Word-attack skills for solving vocabulary problems, and text-attack skills for getting conceptual, prepositional, contextual and pragmatic meanings. Note-Making

given emphasis.

Skills to be Developed: Skimming , Scanning, Increasing and varying

(15 Hrs)

UNIT-B

Writing: Exposure to a variety of writing activities. Controlling factors will be the learner's level, needs and expected terminal behaviour.

Skills to be Developed: Express ideas, concepts etc. in an unambiguous, grammatically acceptable and logically coherent manner (in general terms): and ,in particular, skills in sentence construction, paragraph-writing, professional writing such as letters, reports, process writing, graphic representations, description and avoidance of idealisms, complex and confusing style and other errors. (15 Hrs)

UNIT-C

Speaking: Exposure to a variety of speaking activities: general social conversation, communication through telephones, official conversation, group discussion, interview and public speaking. Speech training in the areas of faulty pronunciation, stress and intonation patterns: phonetics to the extent of enabling the students to use

the dictionary for the purpose of correct pronunciation: Use of dictionary for a variety

(12 Hrs)

of purposes; Body language.

UNIT-D

Listening: Exposure to listening for improving listening comprehension in a variety of contexts : lectures, social conversations, presentations, public speeches, group discussions and interviews : training for listening comprehension tests in exams. like TOEFL, etc. Note-Taking given emphasis. (10 Hrs)

REFERENCE BOOKS:

Leo Jones and Rechard Alexder, New International Business English, Student Work Book, Cambridge University Press, UK, 1996

2. Thomas N Huckin and Leslie & Oslen, Technical Writing and Professional Communication, Mc Graw Hill 1998.

1.

PHYSICS I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

T

P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

PH 101

4

-

-

20

30

50

4

Oscillations: Motion of spring-mass system - Damped and forced oscillations - Resonance - Q factor - Coupled oscillations - Normal modes. (6 Hrs)

Interference: Super position principle, Division of wavefront and amplitude – Thin Films - Interferometers (Michelson - Fabry – Perot and Mach Zehnder) - Applications. (7 Hrs)

Diffraction: Fraunhoffer diffraction (single, double and multiple slits) – Resolving

Power – Dispersive power - Applications.

(5 Hrs)

Polarization: Nicol prism - Wave plates - Production and detection of polarized light – Optical activity - Laurent’s half-shade Polarimeter - Photo elasticity and other

applications.

(6 Hrs)

Lasers: Basic principles of lasers - He-Ne, Nd-YAG, CO 2 , and Semiconductor lasers

with applications - Holography-NDT.

(9 Hrs)

Optical

Communication and Sensing.

Fibers:

Propagation

of

light

-

Types

of

fibers

-

Optical

fibers

for

(6 Hrs)

Superconductors: Characterization of Superconductors - Meissner effect - Type-I &

Type-II Superconductors and applications.

(3 Hrs)

Modern Physics: Failure of classical physics - Qualitative review of different

experiments- de-Broglie waves - Dual nature of matter – Schrodinger’s wave

well problems in one

equation – wave function and its interpretation - Potential

dimension -

Tunneling - Uncertainty principle – Bose - Einstein and Fermi-Dirac

statistics.

(12 Hrs)

TEXT

BOOKS:

1. Halliday, Resnic and Walker, Fundamental of Physics, 6 th edition, John Wiley,

2003

2. Beiser A , Concepts of Modern Physics, 5 th edition, McGraw Hill International

1997.

3. Ajoy Ghatak, Optics, 2 nd edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 1994.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Grawford F.S., Waves and Oscillations (Berkely Physics Course), Volume III, McGraw Hill, 1992.

2. Feynman, Lectures on Physics, Volume-I, II & III, Narosa Publications, 1988.

3. John,M Senior, Principles of Fiber Optics Communication, 2 nd edition, 1998.

4. Kittel C, Solid State Physics, 5 th edition, Wiley Eastern, 1989.

CHEMISTRY I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

T

P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

CY 101

4

-

-

20

30

50

4

UNIT -1

ELECTROCHEMISTRY:

Review of the concepts of electrode potentials, reversible cells and Nernst equation (Numerical Calculations).

Reference electrodes – Standard hydrogen electrode, Calonel electrode, Silver silver chloride electrode.

Applications of EMF measurements – Determination of equilibrium constant, potentiometric titrations, e.g., acid –base titration using a quinhydrone electrode.

Ion selective electrodes - glass electrode – Determination of pH of a solution using a glass electrode (Numerical Calculations).

Potentiometric sensors.

Electrochemical energy systems, Electrochemisitry of primary and secondary cells (e.g. Lead-acid cell). Rechargeable Lithium batteries (button cells)

Fuel cells: Electrochemistry of a H 2 -O 2 Fuel cell

Photogalvanic cells for solar energy conversion. (9 Hrs)

UNIT -2

CORROSION AND ITS PREVENTION:

Chemical and electrochemical theories of corrosion

Corrosion due to dissimilar metal cells (galvanic cells). Corrosion due to differential aeration cells.

Uniform corrosion, pitting corrosion, stress corrosion crcking

Effect of pH, temperature and dissolved oxygen on corrosion rate, Corrosion preventation and control due to cathodic protection.

Corrosion control by electroplating, electroless plating, corrosion inhibitors. (5 Hrs)

UNIT -3

POLYMER CHEMISTRY:

Concept of polymerization – Types of polymerization

Chain growth polymerization – mechanism, Step-growth polymerizations (characteristics) – Mechanisms –Thermoplastic resins and Thermosetting resins, examples and applications.

Conducting polymers: Mechanism of conduction in polymers – Examples – and applications.

Liquid crystal polymers, polymers as optical fibres, examples.

Application of polymers in separations, biomedical devices and electronics.

Elastomers – Natural rubber, Compounding of rubber – Synthetic rubbers –

examples and applications.

(8 Hrs)

UNIT -4

WATER ANALYSIS AND TREATMENT:

Drinking water quality parameters – WHO guidelines-BIS guidelines- Determination of hardness of Water by EDTA method, Determination of fluoride by potentiometry (Numerical Calculations).

Water treatment for drinking purpose: Chemistry of Coagulation – types of coagulants, Methods of sterilization of water, Chemical reactions involved - Concept of breakpoint chlorination – Defluoridation of water by alum treatment.

Water treatment for industrial purpose – Hard water and Boiler troubles – Scale and sludge formation, caustic embrittlement – their causes and effects, Internal treatment (conditioning) of Boiler Feed Water – Ion exchange softening (Demineralization) of water (Numerical Calculations). (6 Hrs)

UNIT -5

BONDING MODELS IN CHEMISTRY:

Review of elementary theories of chemical bond

Valence bond theory

Crystal field theory: Crystal field splitting of octahedral and tetrahedral complexes.

Molecular orbital theory: LCAO rules. Molecular Orbital Energy diagrams of H 2 O 2 , and NO molecules.

Metallic bond: Band theory of metals, Explanation of insulators, semiconductors, conductors and superconductors based on the band theory. (7 Hrs)

UNIT -6

SURFACE CHEMISTRY:

Review of concepts of physisorption and chemisorption – Freundlish and Langmuir adsorption isotherms.

BET adsorption isotherm – Application of BET method for surface area determination (Numerical Calculations).

Review of concept of catalysis – Homogeneous catalysisand Heterogeneous catalysis, Langmuir – Hinschelwood mechanism, Eley – Rideal mechanism.

Applications of catalysis in Industry – Zeolites as catalysis.

Nanomaterials – Langmuir – Blodgett films, Self assembled monolayers

Molecular beam epitaxy technique in fabrication of nanoelectronic devices.(7 Hrs)

UNIT -7

CHEMICALS SPECTROSCOPY:

Eletromagnetic spectrum, Quantisation of energy, Born – Oppenheiner approximation, Frank – Condon Principle.

Vibrational spectra (Infra-red) of diatomic molecules – Selection rules Determination of force constant from IR spectra – Chemical analysis by IR spectroscopy (Numerical Calculations).

Electronic spectroscopy – Types of electronic transitions – Qualitative analysis by electronic spectroscopy.

Lambert – Beer’s law, Applications in Quantitative analysis – simultaneous determination of non-interacting components in solution (Numerical Calculations).

NMR spectroscopy: Basic principles, concept of chemical shift, 1 H NMR spectra

of ethyl alcohol and dimethylether.

(9 Hrs)

PHOTOCHEMISTRY:

UNIT -8

Principles of photochemistry – Rates of intermolecular processes – fluorescence – phosphorescence – chemiluminescence – Chemical reactions and their quantum yields – laws of photochemistry, photosensitized reactions Photochemical steady state – formation of ozone layer, photochemical reations in the formation of photochemical SMOG, Photochemical hydrogen production. (Numerical Calculations). (5 Hrs)

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Silbey RJ & Robert A. Alberty, Physical Chemistry, 3 rd Edn, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2001.

2. Dara S.S., A. Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, 10 th Edn. S. chand & Co. Ltd. New Delhi 2003

3. Atkins P.W., The Elements of Physical Chemistry, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1994.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Lee J.D., Concise Inorganic Chemistry, 5 th Edn, Blackwel Science Publications, Oxford, London, 1999.

2. Shashi Chawla, A. Text Book of Engineering Chemistry, 3 rd Edn, Ganapat Rai & Co. Ltd. New Delhi 2003.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

T

P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

CS 101

4

0

-

20

30

50

4

Introduction - Basic hardware - software - high level programming - problem solving -Algorithm - Program Design - Software Life Cycle - Basics of C++ language - Testing and Debugging.

Procedural Abstraction - Top down design - Abstraction - Black Box Analogy - functions - Parameter passing - overloading function names - Recursive functions - Thinking recursively.

Objects and Classes - Streams - Basic File I/O - Inheritance - Structures - Classes - Abstract Data Types - Flow of Control.

Arrays: Arrays in functions - Arrays and classes - string class - multidimensional arrays -Pointers and Dynamic Arrays.

TEXT BOOK:

Walter Savitch, Problem Solving with C++, Second Edition Pearson Edition, 2002 (Chapters 1 to 12).

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Cay Horstmann, Computing Concepts with C++ Essentials, Second Edition, John Wiley & sons, 1999. (Chapters 1 to 12).

2. Samuel N ICainin, Edward M. Reingold, Programming with class - A C++ Introduction to Computer Science, TMH 2002.

3. Gary J Bronson, A First Book of C++ - From Here to There, Second Edition, Thomson Learning, 2000.

BASIC ELECTRICAL SCIENCE I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

EE101

4

 

- -

20

30

50

4

Introduction: Sources of energy, General Structure of Electrical Power Systems, Power Transmission and Distribution via overhead lines and underground cables. Steam, Hydel, Gas and Nuclear Power Generation. (4 Hrs)

DC Networks: Kirchoff’s laws, node voltage and mesh current methods, Delta-Star

and Star-Delta Conversion. Superposition principle.

(4 Hrs)

Single Phase AC Circuits: Single Phase EMF Generation, Average and Effective values of sinusoids, the J operator, Complex representation of impedances, phasor

diagram, power factor, power in complex notation, solution of parallel series, and

series – parallel circuits.

(6 Hrs)

Three Phase AC Circuits: Three phase EMF generation, delta and Y – connections,

line and phase quantities, solution of three phase circuits, balanced supply voltage and balanced load, phasor diagram, measurement of power in three phase circuits. (4 Hrs) Magnetic Circuits: Ampere’s Circuital Law, B-H curve, Solution of magnetic circuits,

Self & Mutual Inductances, Coefficient of (4 Hrs)

Hysteresis and eddy current losses. Coupling.

Transformers: Construction, EMF equation, ratings, phasor diagram on no load and full load, equivalent circuit, regulation and efficiency calculations, open and short circuit tests, principle of auto-transformers. (6 Hrs)

Induction Motor: The revolving magnetic field, ratings, equivalent circuit, Torque- speed characteristics, starters for cage and wound rotor type induction motors,

Applications

(5 Hrs)

Machines: Construction, EMF and Torque equations, Classification &

Characteristics of DC Generators and Motors, Speed Control of DC Motors and DC

Motor starters.

DC

(6 Hrs)

Electrical Measuring Instruments: PMMC instruments, Moving Iron ammeters and voltmeters, dynamometer wattmeter, AC watt-hour meter, Shunt and multipliers. (6 Hrs)

Load Calculations of Residential Buildings: Estimation of load calculation for

residential buildings, concept of earthing.

(3 Hrs)

TEXT BOOK:

Hughes E, ELBS, Electrical Technology – 6 th Edition, 2001

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Vincent Del Toro, Electrical Engineering Fundamentals – 2 nd Edition, PHI, 2003

2. Mittle V.N., “Basic Electrical Engineering” – TMH Edition 2000

3. Pauddar C.M., “Basic Electrical Engineering” – Jain Brother New Delhi 2002

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES I B.Tech. (All Branches) I Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

CE102

3

 

- -

20

30

50

3

Introduction: Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies, definition, scope and importance

Natural Resources:

a) Forest Resources: use and over-exploitation of forests, deforestation, timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forests and tribal people.

b) Water Resources: Use and over-utilisation of surface and groundwater, floods, droughts, conflicts over water, dams – benefits and problems

c) Mineral Resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources

d) Agricultural Land and Food Resources: Land as a resources, land degradation, man induces landslides, soil erosion and desertification; World food problems, changes caused agricultural and overgrazing, effects of modern agricultural practices, fertiliser and pesticide problems, water logging, salinity, case studies

e) Energy Resources:

Growing energy needs, renewable and non-renewable

energy sources, Sources of alternate energy sources, Case studies, Energy Conservation

Ecosystem and Biodiversity:

a) Ecosystems: Concept of an ecosystem, structure and function of an ecosystem, Food chain, food webs and ecological pyramids, Energy flow in ecosystem, Producers and Consumers, Ecological succession

b) Biodiversity and its Conservation: Introduction, definition, genetic, species and ecosystem diversity, value of biodiversity, Consumptive use, productive use, Social, ethical, aesthetic and optional values, Biodiversity at global, national and local values, India as a mega-diversity nation, Hotspots of biodiversity, Threats to biodiversity – habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man- wildlife conflicts, endangered and endemic species of India; Conservation of biodiversity – In-situ and ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.

Environmental Pollution: Causes, effects and control measures of air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, marine pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution etc. Nuclear radiation hazards; Solid waste management- sources of solid wastes, effects and control measures of urban industrial wastes; Pollution case studies; Disaster Management – floods, earthquakes, cyclones and landslides.

Environment and Society:

Role of an individual in prevention of pollution

Consumerism and waste products

From unsustainable to sustainable development

Water conservation, rainwater harvesting, watershed management, wasteland reclamation

Observance and popularisation of Environmental Protection Act, Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, Wildlife protection act, Forest conservation act etc.

Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legalisations

Population growth, variation among nations

Environment and human health: epidemics

Women and child welfare

Role of information technology in environment and human health.

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Henry J.G. and Heinke G.W. (2004), “Environmental Science and Engineering”, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi

2. Chandrasekhar M (2004), “Environmental Science”, Hi-Tech Publishers, Hyderabad

3. Masters G.M. (2004),” Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science”, Second Edition, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Odum, E.P. (1971), “Fundemntals of Ecology”, W.B.Saunders Publishing Company, USA

2. Trivedi R.K. and P.K. Goel, (1996), “Introduction to Air Pollution”, TechnoScience Publications, New Delhi

3. Bharucha E (1995), “Biodiversity of India”, Mapin Pub. Pvt. Ltd., Ahemadabad

4. De A.K. (2002), “Environmental Chemistry”, New Age India Publication Company, New Delhi.

PHYSICS LAB I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

PH 102

-

 

- 3

10

10

30

2

LIST OF PROPOSED EXPERIMENTS

1. Newton’s rings – Determination of wavelength of Monochromatic light.

2. Wavelength of He-Ne laser using metal scale.

3. Determination of the width of narrow slit.

4. Determination of the Specific rotation of cane sugar.

5. Determination of Capacitance – RC Circuit.

6. LCR Resonance Circuit.

7. Measurement of Half-life of a Radio Active Substance.

8. Diffraction Grating – Normal incidence method.

REFERENCE BOOK:

I B.Tech. Physics Practical Manual – 2004, Published by the Department of Physics, NITW

CHEMISTRY LAB I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

CY 102

-

 

- 3

10

10

30

2

LIST OF PROPOSED EXPERIMENTS

1. Determination of MnO 2 in Pyrolusite

2. Determination of iron from its ore

3. Determination of available chlorine in bleaching powder

4. Determination of total hardness of water by using EDTA

5. Photochemical reduction of Fe 2+

6. Determination of Concentration of Hydrochloric Acid by Conductometry

7. Determination of Iron by Potentiometry

8. Determination of Concentration of Hydrochloric Acid by pH metry

9. Determination of Mn in steel by Colorimetry

10. Determination of the strength of a salt by Ion-exchange method.

11. Adsorption of acetic acid by activated charcoal.

12. Simultaneous determination of Mn & Cr by Spectrophotmetry

13. Synthesis of a Phenol – Formaldehyde polymer.

14. Separation and identification of metal ions by Paper chromotography

Text Book:

I B.Tech. Chemistry Practicals Manual-2004 published by the Department of Chemistry, NIT Warangal

REFERENCE BOOK:

1. Sunita Rattan, Experiments in Applied Chemistry, 1 st Edn., S.K. Kataria and Sons Publishers, New Delhi, 2002.

2. Vogel A.I., Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis, 6 th Edn., Longmann Publications, 1993

COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING LAB I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

CS 102

-

 

- 3

10

10

30

2

LIST OF PROPOSED EXPERIMENTS

1. Familiarization of a computer and environment

2. Editing of documents execution.

in

Unix environment,

Instructions for compilation and

3. Simple problems involving expression evaluation and conditional branching

4. Problems involving iterations and control structures

5. Top down design - functions

6. Examples on use of recursion

7. File I/O, inheritance

8. Abstract data types

9. Use of Arrays

10. Pointers and linked lists

BASIC ELECTRICAL SCIENCE LABORATORY I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

EE102

-

 

- 3

10

10

30

2

LIST OF PROPOSED EXPERIMENTS

1. To measure the armature and field resistance of a DC machine

2. Verification of Kirchoff’s Laws and Superposition theorem (with DC sources only)

3. Measurement of current, voltage and power in R-L-C series circuit excited by single phase AC supply.

4. Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer

5. Starting of a three phase induction motor using

6. direct on line (DOL) (ii) star-delta (iii) Auto Transformer starter and Torque speed curve

7. Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp and voltage – current characteristics of incandescent lamps

8. Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) of a DC generator

9. Starting and Speed control of a DC shunt motor

10. Connection and testing of a single phase energy meter (unity power factor load only)

11. Two wattmeter method of measuring power in three phase circuit (resistive load only)

12. Measurement of self and mutual inductances and coupling coefficients

13. Load Test on single phase Transformer.

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

 

L P

T

 

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

ME 102

 

-

1 3

 

10

10

30

3

Projections of points, straight lines, planes and solids, sections of solids and isometric views.

TEXT BOOK:

Bhatt N.D.,

Elementary

Engineering

Drawing.

20 lh

Edition.

Charotar

Publishers. 2002

REFERENCE BOOK:

Narayana. K.L. and Kannaiah. K.L McGraw Hill. 2000.

Engineering Graphics. 2 n

Edition. Tata

WORKSHOP PRACTICE I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

 

L P

T

 

Lab Report

Class Work

End Exam

(3 Hours)

ME103

 

-

1 3

 

10

10

30

3

Exposure is given to student in the following Trades:

Fitting, Welding, Foundry and Machine Shop.

Exposure to CNC Machines.

TEXT BOOK:

Mathur. M.L

Mehia.

F.S

and Tiwari.

R.P

Elements

of Mechanical Engineering.

6 lh Edition. Jain Brothers. 2003.

EXTRA ACADEMIC ACTIVITY

I B.Tech. (All Branches) I & II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

EA I01

-

 

- 3

   

50

1

& 102

1. NCC

or

2. NSS

or

3. Sports

MATHEMATICS - II I B.Tech. (All Branches) II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

T

P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

MA 102

4

-

-

20

30

50

4

Integral Calculus: Convergence of Improper integrals – Beta and Gamma integrals

– Elementary properties – Differentiation under integral sign.

Double and triple integrals – computation of surface areas and volumes – change of

variables in double and triple integrals.

(16 Hrs)

Vector Calculus: Scalar and Vector fields; Vector Differentiation; Level

surfaces - directional derivative - Gradient of

a vector field - Laplacian - Line and surface integrals; Green’s theorem in plane;

scalar field; Divergence and Curl of

Gauss Divergence theorem; Stokes’ theorem.

(20 Hrs)

Matrix Theory: Elementary row and column operations on a matrix, Rank of matrix – Normal form – Inverse of a matrix using elementary operations -Solutions of systems of linear equations - linear dependence and independence of vectors - Characteristic roots and vectors of a matrix - Caley-Hamillton theorem and its applications - Reduction to diagonal form - Reduction of a quadratic form to canonical form – orthogonal transformation and congruent transformation. (20 Hrs)

TEXT BOOK:

Jain R.K. and Iyengar S.R.K., Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House, 2002 (Chapters 1,2,3,15)

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Erwyn Kreyszig : Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley and Sons, 8 th Edition.

2. B.S.Grewal : Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publications, 2002.

ENGINEERING MECHANICS I B.Tech. (All Branches) II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

 

T P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

CE 101

4

 

- -

20

30

50

4

INTRODUCTION: Specification of a force vector - Degree of freedom of motion of a body in space - Equilibrium and equilibrium equations- resultant of a force system (Vectorial notation) - Moment of a force about a point - Differential equations of motion - D’Alembert’s principle - Dynamic equilibrium of a body - Definition of a constraint - Free body diagrams.

SPATIAL FORCE SYSTEM: Concurrent force system in space - equilibrium equation - Tension Coefficient method - Parallel force system in space.

COPLANAR FORCE SYSTEM: Coplanar concurrent force system - Coplanar parallel force system - Coplanar general force system – Friction - Analysis of pin jointed plane frames.

CENTROID AND MOMENT OF INERTIA: Centre of gravity - Centroid of plane figures - mass and Arial moments of inertia.

DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES: Kinematics and Kinetics of particles - Rectilinear and curvilinear motion – Equations of motion - Principle of work and energy – Impulse and momentum.

DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES: Plane Kinematics - Rotation – instantaneous centre of rotation – Equation of motion – Fixed axis rotation – Work and Energy - Use of the concept in solving simple problems.

MECHANICS OF DEFORMABLE BODIES: Introduction - Stress at a point – Normal stress – shear stress – Allowable stress – Ultimate strength – Factor of safety – Normal strain – Shear strain – Hooke’s law – Poisson’s ratio – Analysis of axially loaded members.

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Timoshenko and Young, Engineering Mechanics, 3 rd Edition, Mc Graw Hill Publishers, 1998

2. Srinath L.S. et.al, Strength of Materials, 1 st ed, Mac Millan India Limited,

1997.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Irwing H.Shames, Engineering Mechanics – Statics and Dynamics, 4 th Ed. Prentice Hall India Pvt. Ltd., 2001

2. J.L.Meriam & L.G. Kraige, Engineering Mechanics Vol.I & II, 3 rd Edition,. John Wiley & sons, 1996.

3. Ferdinand Beer and E.R.Johnston, Mechanics of Materials, 3 rd ed., McGraw- Hill Int.Edition,2002

BASIC MECHANICAL SCIENCE I B.Tech. (All Branches) II Semester

Code

Periods / Week

Max. Marks (Examination Duration)

Credits

L

T

P

Teacher

Mid Exam

End Exam

Assessment

(2 Hours)

(3 Hours)

ME 101

4

-

-

20

30

50

4

THERMAL POWER PLANT: Basic principles of thermodynamics, law of conservation of energy, Zeroth law, first law and second law. Layout of a thermal power plant. Free tube Vs water tube boilers, sketch, and operation of Cochran and Babcock and Wilcox boilers. Principle and operation of impulse and reaction steam turbines, compounding, working of condensers and cooling towers.

HEAT TRANSFER AND REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT: Principles of conduction, convection and radiation, conduction through plane walls, cylinders, composite walls and cylinders, overall heat transfer coefficient, simple problems. Vapor compression refrigeration, common refrigerants and properties. Description and working of single stage reciprocating compressors.

I.C. ENGINES AND GAS TURBINES: Description and operation of S.I. and C.I. engines, two and four stroke engines. Brief description and working of gas turbines.

AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING: Layout of an automobile showing the transmission of power, brief description of clutch, differential and internal expanding shoe brakes.

TRANSMISSION OF POWER: Belt and rope drives, calculation of length and ratio of tensions, gears, simple and compound gear trains, speed ratios and power transmitted.

MANUFACTURING PROCESSES:

Classification of materials, their characteristic properties and specific applications, brief treatment of working principle, types, process characteristics, limitations and specific applications of various casting, welding, and metal forming processes.

Machine Tools: Description of turning, drilling, milling, shaping, planning and grinding processes. Quick return motion in shaper, Modern trends in manufacturing - NC and CNC technologies.

Text Book:

Mathur M.L. Mehta F.S. and Tiwari R.P., Elements of Mechanical Engineering, 6 th Edition,

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1.

Roy K.P. and Hajra Chowdary S.K., Elements of Mechanical Engineering, 12 th Edition, Media Promoters and Publishers PvtLtd., 2002.

2.

Hajra Chowdary S.K. and Bose, Workshop Technology - Vol.1, Media Publishers and Promoters Pvt. Ltd., 2002.

Course No.EC 211 MA

MATHEMATICS – II

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

4 Hours/week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory :

3 Hours

- - - -

MATRIX THEORY: Elementary row and column operations on a matrix - Rank of matrix - Solutions of systems of linear equations - Linear dependence and independence of vectors - Characteristic roots and vectors of a matrix - Caley- Hamilton theorem (without proof) - Reduction to diagonal form and normal form - Reduction of quadratic form to canonical form.

LAPLACE TRANSFORMATION: Laplace transform - Inverse laplace transform - properties of laplace transform - laplace transform of unit step function, impulse function and periodic function - convolution theorem - solution of ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients and system of linear differential equations with constant using laplace transform.

FOURIER SERIES AND FOURIER TRANSFORMS: Expansion of a function in Fourier series for a given range - Half range sine and cosine expansions - Complex form of Fourier series - Fourier transformation - sine and cosine transformation, gating functions - simple illustrations.

PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS: Solutions of Wave equation, Laplace’s equation and heat equation by the method of separation of variables and their use in problems of vibrating string, one dimensional unsteady heat flow and two dimensional steady state heat flow (Problems based on Fourier - Trigonometric series only).

Text Books:

1. Kreyszig E: Advanced Engineering Mathematics - (Ch. 5, 7, 10 and 11), Wiley Eastern

2. Grewal: Higher Engineering Mathematics (Ch. 3, 9, 17, 19 and 20), Khanna Pub., Delhi.

Reference Books:

1. R.S.L.Srivasthava: Engineering Mathematics

2. Narayanan, Pillay and Ramanaiah: Advanced Mathematics for Engineering Students - Vol.II.

* * * *

Course No. EC 212 EE

NETWORK ANALYSIS

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

4 Hours/week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory : Sessionals:

2 hours

End-Semester:

3 hours

- - - -

CIRCUIT ELEMENTS AND RELATIONS: Types of Sources and Source Transformations - Dot convention and formation of loop and node equations.

NETWORK GRAPHS AND ANALYSIS: Graph of a network, Incidence matrix, Cutset and tie set matrices - Formation of equilibrium equations - Dual networks.

TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS: Solution of network equations in time domain - classical differential equations approach - Initial conditions and their evaluation - Applications to simple RLC - circuits only.

APPLICATIONS OF LAPLACE TRANSFORMS IN CIRCUIT THEORY: Laplace transforms of various signals of excitation - Waveform synthesis, Laplace transformed networks - Determination and representation of initial conditions - Response for impulse function only and its relation to network admittance - convolution integral and applications.

STEADY STATE ANALYSIS OF CIRCUITS FOR SINUSOIDAL EXCITATIONS:

1-phase series, parallel, series - parallel circuits - Solution of AC networks using mesh and nodal analysis.

RESONANCE AND LOCUS DIAGRAMS: Series and parallel resonance - Selectivity - Bandwidth - Q factors - Times circuits. Locus diagrams for RL and RC circuits with AC excitation for parametric and frequency variations under steady state conditions.

NETWORK THEOREMS AND APPLICATIONS: Superposition theorem; Thevenins and Nortons theorems; substitution and compensation theorems - Reciprocity theorem; Millman's theorem; Maximum power transfer theorem; Tellegen's theorem - Their applications in analysis of networks.

Text Books:

1. M.E.Van Valken Berg - Network Analysis, 3rd edition - Prentice Hall

2. Charles Desoer and Kuh - Circuit Theory

Reference Book:

Soni and Gupta

- A course in Electrical Circuits Analysis

* * * *

DATA

STRUCTURES

Course No. EC 213 CS

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

3 Hours/week

Credits: 3

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

- - - -

INTRODUCTION: Complexity expression in different notations.

ABSTRACT DATA TYPES: Lists, Stacks and Queues.

TREEs: Binary Trees, Binary Search Trees, Introduction to AVL Trees.

HASHING:

Hash

Table

Organization,

Hash

functions,

Open

Hashing,

Closed

Hashing.

PRIORITY QUEUES: The Model and Binary heap.

SORTING: Insertion sort, Shell sort, Heap sort, Merge sort, Quick sort and Bucket sort methods.

THE DISJOINT SET ADT.

GRAPH ALGORITHMS: Topological sort, Shortest path algorithms, Network flow problems, Minimum spanning trees.

Text Book:

Mark Allen Weiss, Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++, 2000, Pearson Education

Reference Book:

Data Structures and Algorithms in C++, Sahni.

* * * *

Course No. EC 214

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS-I

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials:

4 Hours/week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory:

3 hours.

- - - - 1. SEMICONDUCTORS: Review of Band Theory of solids, intrinsic semiconductors, Generation and Recombination of electrons and holes. Thermal equilibrium. Doped semiconductors n and p types. Fermi level and carrier concentrations of n and p type semiconductors. Carrier mobility and conductivity, diffusion, continuity equation, Hall effect and its applications.

2. SEMICONDUCTOR DIODES: Band structure of p-n junction, current components. Quantitative theory of p-n diode. Volt-ampere characteristics and its temperature dependence. Narrow-base diode. Transition and diffusion capacitance of p-n junction diodes. Break down of junctions on reverse bias. Zener and Avalanche breakdowns. Tunnel diode and its V-I characteristics, The principles of photo diode, photo transistor, LED & LCD.

3. JUNCTION TRANSISTOR: PNP and NPN junction transistors. Characteristics of the current flow across the base regions. Minority and majority carrier profiles. Transistor as a device in CB, CE and CC configurations and their characteristics. Ebers-Mole Model of BJT.

4. TRANSISTOR BIASING: DC bias and stabilisation various stabilisation circuits. Thermal runaway and thermal stability.

5. FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS: JFET and its characteristics. Pinch off voltage and drain saturation current. MOSFET; enhancement , depletion modes. Biasing of FETs.

6. SMALL SIGNAL LOW FREQUENCY TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS:

Transistor hybrid model, analysis of transistor amplifier circuits using ‘h’ parameters. Conversion formulae for the parameters of the three configurations. Analysis of single stage transistor amplifier circuits. RC coupled amplifier, effect of bypass and coupling capacitors on the low frequency response of the amplifier. Emitter follower amplifier, FET amplifiers - low frequency and high frequency models, amplifier configurations, Low and high frequency response of amplifier circuits. Analysis of single stage FET amplifier circuits.

7. RECTIFIERS: Diode as a rectifier, Half wave, Full wave and Bridge rectifiers

with and without filters.

Ripple factor and regulation characteristics.

8. ELECTRON DYNAMICS: Motion of charged particles in Electric and Magnetic fields. Simple problems involving either electric or magnetic field only. Electro static and electromagnetic focusing. Principle of CRT , Deflection sensitivity.

Text Books:

1. MILLIAN & HALKIAS - Integrated Electronics, Chs. 2,3,5,9,10,19, Mc Graw

Hill

2. Y.N. BAPAT

- Electronic devices and circuits, Discrete and Integrated Tata Mc Graw Hill * * * *

Course No. EC 215

NETWORKS AND TRANSMISSION LINES

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

3 Hours/week

Credits : 3

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

- - - -

1. NETWORKS: Image and iterative impedances. Image and iterative transfer constants. Insertion loss. Attenuators and pads. Lattice network and its parameters. Impedance matching networks. Networks designed for specified phase shift.

2. FILTERS: Filter fundamentals, Low pass , high pass, band pass and

elimination filters.

Constant K and M derived sections. Composite filters.

band

3. EQUALISERS: Inverse impedances. Series and shunt equalisers. L type equalisers. T and Bridged T equalisers. The Lattice equalisers.

4. TRANSMISSION LINE THEORY: Primary and secondary constants. Phase and Group velocities. Transmission line equations. Distortion. Loading of lines. Characteristics of LF lines.

5. RF LINES: RF lines, lossless lines, reflection coefficient and VSWR. Quarter- wave, half-wave and 1/8 wave lines. Smith chart. Impedance matching with single and double stub.

Text Books:

1. JOHNSON - Transmission Lines and Networks, Mc-Graw Hill, 1950

2. JOHN D RYDER - Networks, Lines and Fields - Prentice Hall, 1970

* * * *

Course No. EC 216

SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGN

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

4 Hours/week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

- - - -

INTRODUCTORY DIGITAL DESIGN CONCEPTS: Digital and symbology, digital and the real world, number systems, base conversion methods, complements of numbers, codes, Error detecting, correcting codes.

SWITCHING ALGEBRA AND SWITCHING FUNCTIONS: Boolean algebra, postulates, theorems and switching algebra, completely and incompletely specified switching functions, minimisation of Boolean functions- Karnaugh map and Quine Mc clusky methods, multiple output functions.

COMBINATIONAL LOGIC: Principles and Practices: Logic design of combinational circuits: code conversion, parity checking, Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, Encoders, Decoders.

SEQUENTIAL LOGIC: Review of Flip-Flops, Finite state model of sequential circuits, synthesis of synchronous and asynchronous sequential circuits, state equivalence and minimisation of states, Introduction to incompletely specified sequential circuits, Tabulation methods, state assignment and hazards in asynchronous sequential circuits.

FAULT DETECTION: Static and Dynamic Hazards. Fault detection methods- tabulation methods, path sensitising and Boolean difference, Designing of hazard free circuits.

LOGIC DESIGN: Binary addition, subtraction multiplication and division, Decimal and BCD adders and subtractors using sign magnitude, 1's complements and 2's complements, carry- look ahead adders.

DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN METHODS: INTRODUCTION TO VHDL: Elements of design style, top down design, separation of control and architecture, refining architecture and control algorithm, Algorithmic State Machines, ASM Chart Notations, Development of respective VHDL Models.

Text Books :

1. Fletcher, An engineering approach to digital design, P.H. India.

2. Zvi Kohavi, Switching and finite automata theory, Tata Mc-Graw Hill.

Reference Book:

John F Wakerly, Digital Design Principles and Practices (3 rd Ed.) PHI.

* * * *

Course No. EC217

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB - I

Instruction:

Practicals :

1. Study of instruments

4 Hours/week

- - - -

2. Study of Electronic Components

3. Soldering practice

4. Diode characteristics

Credits: 3

5. Transistor input and output characteristics

6. Transistor biasing circuits

7. Characteristics of JFET

8. Biasing circuits for FETs

9. Half wave, Full wave and Bridge rectifiers

10. Rectifier filters

11. Zener Diode regulator/ reference

* * * *

DATA STRUCTURES LAB

Instruction:

Practicals :

3 Hours/week

- - - -

Course No. EC 218 CS

Credits: 2

Experiments based on Course No. EC 214 CS

Polynomial - Addition and Multiplication

Coerations on Sparse Matrices.

Implementing Stacks, Queues and Circular Queues

Implementing Multiple Stacks and Queues ( Using Arrays and Pointers).

Applications of linked lists.

Binary tree traversals.

Implementing a Graph using Adjacency Lists.

Graph algorithms.

Sorting methods.

Binary tree applications.

* * * *

Course No. EC 221 MA

COMPLEX VARIABLES AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

4 Hours/week

Credits : 4

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

- - - -

COMPLEX VARIABLES AND CONFORMAL MAPPING: Complex numbers – curves and regions in the complex plane – complex function – limit – derivative – analytic fuctions – Cauchy Reimann equations – Laplace’s equation – rational functions – root – exponential function – trigonometric and hyperbolic functions – logarithm – general power function – mappings - conformal mapping – linear fractional transformation – complex integration – line integrals in complex plane – Cauchy’s theorem (simple proof only) – Cauchy’s integral formula – Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansions – zeros and singularities – Residues – residue theorem – evaluation of real integrals using residue theorem – Schwartz - Christoffel transformation .

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS: Classification of singularities of an ordinary differential equation, Series solution, Method of Frobenius, indical equation, examples, Orthogonal sets of functions, Gram Schmidt’s Orthogonalization, Strum- Liouville problem.

BESSEL FUNCTIONS: Bessel equation, Bessel functions, generating function, recurrence relations, Orthogonality of Bessel functions, Fourier – Bessel expansion, Modified Bessel functions.

LEGENDER FUNCTIONS: Legender equation and Legender functions, recurrence relations, Rodrigue’s formula , generating function, orthogonality of legender functions, Fourier – Legender expansion, Associated Legender equation.

SPLINE FUNCTIONS: Splines and Cubic Spline functions, properties and applications, piece wise approximation with M’s and m’s.

TEXT BOOKS :

1. : Complex variables and its applications

2. : Special functions

R.V.Churchill

W.W.Bell

S.S.Sastry

3. : Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Erwin Kreyszig

B.S.Grewal

2. : Higher Engineering Mathematics.

: Advanced Engineering Mathematics

* * * *

Course No. EC 222 CS

OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND OPERATING SYSTEMS

Instruction: Lecture/ Tut.:

Examination: Theory: Sessionals:

3 Hours/ week

Credits : 3

End-Semester:

2 Hours 3 Hours

- - - -

I. OPERATING SYSTEMS:

INTRODUCTION: Early history, Buffering and spooling, Batch, iterative, time-sharing and real time systems. Protection.

OPERATING SYSTEM STRUCTURE: System components, Operating system services, System structure.

CONCURRENT PROCESSES: Process concept. The producer/ Consumer problem. The critical section problem. Semaphores. Classical processes co-ordination problems. Language constructs. Interprocess communication.

DEADLOCKS: System model. Dead lock characterisation, Prevention, avoidance and detection. Recovery from deadlock. Combined approach.

FILE SYSTEMS: File concept. Operations. Access methods. Directory Systems. Directory structure organisation. File protection. Implementation issues.

II. OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING:

Introduction

Data Hiding and member functions

Object creation

Adhoc polymorphism

Visitation: Iterators and containers

Inheritance: Subtyping and code reuse

Parametric polymorphism

Exceptions

Text Books:

1. A silberschatz and Galvin, Operating Systems Concepts, 4th Edition, Addison Wesley.

2. Object Oriented Programming Using C++, by Ira Pohl Addison Wesley, 1993 (Chapters 1, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 20).

* * * *

Course No. EC 223

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS – II

Instruction:

Lecture/ Tut.:

4 Hours/ week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory: Sessionals:

2 Hours

End-Semester:

3 Hours - - - -

MULTISTAGE AMPLIFIERS: Analysis of Multistage amplifier, Design of two stage amplifier .

FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF AMPLIFIERS: Frequency response characteristics , CE short circuit current gain. The generalized gain function. High frequency response of a CE stage, Gain band width product, Common Source stage at high frequency, Emitter and source followers at high frequencies. Time constant method of obtaining the response, Frequency response of cascaded stages, cascode amplifiers (CE-CB), The effect of coupling and by pass capacitors, Difference amplifiers, Analysis of Difference amplifiers, FET Difference Amplifiers.

FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS: Classification and representation of amplifiers, Feedback concept, The ideal feedback amplifier, Properties of negative feedback amplifiers, Impedance in feedback amplifiers. Properties of feedback amplifier topologies, approx. analysis of feedback amplifiers, General analysis of feedback amplifiers. The shunt feedback triple, Shunt- series pair, Series shunt pair , series triple, General analysis of multistage feedback amplifiers.

STABILITY AND RESPONSE OF FEEDBACK AMPLIFIER: Effect of feedback on bandwidth, Stability, Test of stability, Compensation, Frequency response of feedback amplifier double pole transfer function , Phase Margin and gain Margin , Three pole feedback amplifier response, approx. analysis of multipole feedback amplifier.

OSCILLATORS: Sinusoidal oscillators, phase shift oscillator, wein bridge oscillators, Gneral form of oscillator configuration (Hartley & Colpitt) Crystal oscillators.

POWER AMPLIFER: Class A, B, AB power amplifier: push – pull and complementary symmetry push-pull amplifier. Design of heat sinks, power output, efficiency, cross over distortion and harmonic distortion.

TUNED AMPLIFIER: Single tuned and Double tuned interstage design, stability consideration. Class B class C tuned power amplifiers.

TEXT BOOKS:

1)

Integrated Electronics J.Millman & Halkias, TMH

2)

Micro Electronics 2 nd Edition J.Millman & Arian Grabel, TMH.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Electronic circuits, 1 st Ed., Md.Gausi, John Wiley

2. Micro Electronic Circuits, A.S.Sedra & K.C.Smith , 4 th edition, Oxford press.

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Course No. EC 224

SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

Instruction: Lecture/ Tutorial: 4 Hours/ week Cr edits : 4 Examination: Theory: Sessionals: 2 Hours

End-Semester:

3 Hours

- - - - SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS: Continuous Time and Discrete Time signals, Exponential and Sinusoidal Signals, Unit Impulse and Unit Step Functions, Continuous and Discrete Time Systems, basic System Properties.

LINEAR TIME INVARIANT SYSTEMS: Discrete Time LTI Systems, Continuous Time LTI Systems, properties of LTI Systems, causal LTI Systems Described by Difference equations.

FOURIER SERIES REPRESENTATION OF PERIODIC SIGNALS: Response of LTI systems to Complex Exponentials, Fourier series Representation of CT periodic Signals, properties of CT Fourier Series, Fourier Series representation of DT periodic Signals, properties of DFS, Fourier series and LTI Systems, Filtering, Examples of CT filters, Examples of DT filters.

CONTINUOUS TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM: Representation of a periodic Signals by continuous FT, FT of periodic signals, convolution and multiplication property of continuous FT, systems characterized by Linear Constant Coefficient Differential Equations.

TIME AND FREQUENCY CHARACTERIZATION OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS:

Magnitude and phase representation of FT, Magnitude and phase response of LTI systems, Time de main and Frequency domain aspects of ideal and non ideal filters.

DISCRETE TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM (DTFT) and DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM (DFT) : Properties of DTFT and DFT, convolution property, multiplication property, Duality, Systems characterized by Linear Constant Coefficient Difference Equations.

SAMPLING: Sampling theorem, Impulse sampling, sampling with zero order Hold, Reconstruction of signal from its samples using interpolation, Effect of under sampling,

Z-TRANSFORM: Z-transform , Region of convergence and its properties, Inverse Z transform, properties of ZT, Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using ZXT, LTI Systems, System function algebra and block diagram representations.

SIGNAL FLOWGRAPHS: Impulse Response and Transfer function of linear Systems, Block diagrams, Signal flow graphs, Basic properties of SFG, SFG Terms, SFG Algebra, Gain formula, Application of gain formula to block diagrams.

Text Book:-

SIGNALS & SYSTEMS- ©AV Oppenheim, AS Willsky, S Hamid Nawab PHI, 2000 Reference Book:

1. Signals & Systems

2. Signals & Linear Systems: Robert A. Gable, Richard A. Roberts, John Wiley,

: Ahamed & Natarajan

1995

3. Automatic Control Systems (Ch 3only) BC KUO, 7 th Edition, PHI, 1997 * * * *

Course No.EC 225

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS AND WAVES

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

4 Hours/week

Credits: 4

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

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1. STATIC ELECTRIC FIELD: Introduction, Coulomb's law of forces, Principle of Superposition of fields, Electric scalar potential, Relation of Electric field lines and equipotential contours, The electric dipole and dipole moment, Gauss's law, Characteristics of dielectrics, Boundary relations, Capacitance, Divergence of flux density, Divergence Theorem, Poisson's and Laplace Equations, Joule's law, Ohm's law at a point, Kirchoff's laws, Current and field at boundaries.

2. STATIC MAGNETIC FIELD: Magnetic field of current carrying element - Biot Savart law, Force between two parallel linear conductors, Magnetic flux and flux density, Magnetic field relations, Torque of a loop, Energy stored in a magnetic field, Inductance, Ampere's law, Maxwell's First curl equation, Comparison of divergence and curl, The vector potential, permeability, Analogies between electric and magnetic fields.

3. MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS: The equation of continuity for time varying fields, Maxwell's equations, Conditions at a boundary surface, Applications of circuit and field theory, Comparison of field and circuit theory, Maxwell's equations as generalisation of circuit equations.

4. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES: Plane waves: Wave equations, plane waves in dielectric media, plane waves in conducting media, polarisation, skin effect and surface impedance, direction cosines, reflection of plane waves: Reflection of normally and oblique plane waves from conductors and dielectrics, total reflection.

5. POYNTING VECTOR AND THE FLOW OF POWER: Poynting theorem, power flow for a plane wave and power loss in a plane conductor.

6. GUIDED WAVES: Waves between parallel planes, TE and TM waves, Characteristics of TE and TM waves, TEM waves, Velocities of propagation, Attenuation in parallel plane guides, Wave impedance, Electric field and current flow within the conductor.

7. WAVE GUIDES: Rectangular wave-guides, TE and TM modes in wave- guides, velocity, wavelength, impedance and attenuation in rectangular waveguides.

Text Books:

1. E.C.JORDAN & K.G.BALMAIN, Electromagnetic waves and Radiating Systems, Prentice Hall of India

2. KRAUSS, Electromagnetics, Mc Grawhill Book Co.

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Course No.EC 226

PROBABILITY THEORY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESSES

Instruction:

Lectures/ Tutorials :

3 Hours/week

Credits: 3

Examination:

Theory :

3 hours.

 

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PROBABILITY: Probability through sets, probability definition and axioms, Joint and conditional probability , Bayes theorem, Independent events, combined experiments.