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M. Phil.

(Energy and Environment) Year 2012-2013

Syllabus

School of Energy & Environmental Studies,


Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya,
Takshashila Campus, Khandwa Road, Indore-452 017(M.P) Ph: 0731-2460309, 2462366, Fax: 0731-2467378. www. dauniv.ac.in 1

M. Phil. (ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT) YEAR: 2012-2013 Eligibility Duration Seats Post Graduate Degree in Environmental Science or Engineering with minimum of 55% marks or equivalent degree. 2 Semesters 13 CREDITS 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 36

COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CORE THEORY COURSES EE-701 Clean Energy Technologies-I EE-702 Clean Energy Technologies-II EE-703 Energy Audit and Conservation Technologies EE-704 Water and wastewater: Pollution and Treatment Technologies EE-705 Air and Noise Pollution: Effects and Control Technologies EE-706 Environmental Audit and Impact Assessment EE-707 Sustainable Environmental Management Tools EE-708 Specific Industrial Pollution Control: Case Studies EE-709 Solid Waste Management EE-710 Climatic Change and Control Mechanisms EE-711 Research Methodology & Mathematical Modeling EE-712 Computer Applications EE-713 Instrumentation & Measurement TOTAL CREDITS (THEORY) PRACTICAL COURSES EE-801 Energy lab EE-802 Environment lab EE-803 Onsite Training/Minor Project/Status Report EE-804 Digital Video Review EE-805 Field Visits EE-806 Seminar EE-807 Major Project TOTAL CREDITS (LABS AND PROJECT) GRAND TOTAL

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EE 701: Clean Energy Technologies I 1.5 Credits (24 Hrs) UNIT I: Energy and Environment Relationship Basics of Clean Energy Sources, Conventional and Non Conventional Energy Sources, Problems to Environment from These Sources, Quality and Quantity of Their Magnitude, Comparative Study of Different Pollution Problems in Our Country, Future Scenario of Environmental Degradation Due To Conventional Sources. UNIT II: Solar Thermal Solar Radiation, Earth Sun Relationship (Angles and Models, Earth and Sun Relation), Measurement, Solar Cookers, Solar Collectors, Flat Plate Collectors for Water, Flat Plate Collectors for Air, Concentrating Collectors UNIT III : Solar Thermal Systems Solar Water Heating Systems, Solar Passive Buildings, Solar Dryers, Solar Stills UNIT IV: Solar Power Generating Systems Solar Photovoltaic Systems and Their Applications, Solar Thermal Power Generation

Recommended Books 1. Duffle and Beckman, Solar Thermal Engineering Process, John Wiley & Sons, New York 2. J.S. Hsieh, Solar Energy, Prentice Hall Inc. New Jersey, U.S.A 3. A.B. Meinel and M.B. Meinel, Applied Solar Energy, Addison Wiley Pub. Co., Reading 4. P.J. Lunde, Solar Thermal Engineering, John Wiley & Sons, New York 5. N.C. Harris, C.E. Miller and I.E. Thomas, Solar Energy Systems Design, John Wiley & Sons, New York 6. H.P. Garg, Advanced in Solar Energy Technology, D. Reidel Publishing Co., Drdricht. 7. M.A. Greaen Solar Cells Operating Principles, Technology, and System Applications, 1983 Prentice Hall, Inc. New Jersey. 8. Markvart, Solar Electricity, John Wiley, F. Kreith and J.F. Kreider, Principles of Solar Engineering Hemisphere Publishing Coro.

EE 702: Clean Energy Technologies -II 3.0 Credits (48Hrs) Unit I: Biomass & Biochemical Process Biomass: Thermo Chemical Processes: Direct Combustion, Pyrolysis, Gasification Systems, Application, Limitations and Environmental Problems. Bio-Chemical Processes: Fermentation, Alcohol Production Potential, Uses And Application, Limitation, Benefits; Conversion of bio-diesel, Uses, Application, Limitation and Benefit Bio Methanation: Factors Feed Materials Availability, Uses and Application Limitation, Waste to Energy Generation, Landfill Gases, Agrochemical Method To Produce Alternative Fuels. Unit II : Wind & Wave Energy Wind energy: Potential and Availability, Characteristics of Wind, Estimation and Measurement, Wind Machines, Uses and Applications, Limitations Wave Energy: Tidal, OTEC: Basic Principle & Systems, Applications and Limitations. Unit III: Hydro Power Mini and Micro Hydro Systems, Application, Hydraulic RAM and its Application. Unit IV: Geothermal Energy Geothermal Energy: Hot Rocks and Acquifer; Potential Systems, Application and Limitation, Environmental Problems and Remedies. Unit V: Other sources of Energy Hydrogen energy, Clean Coal Technologies, Fuel Cell and Its Applications Recommended Books 1. Renewable Energy Resources, John W Twidell & Anthony d Weir, Published by E & F N Spon Ltd, London 2. Non- Conventional Energy Sources; G D Rai, Published by Khanna Publishers, New Delhi 3. Renewable Energy Engineering & Technology A Knowledge compendium Edited by V V N Kishore; Published by TERI Press, New Delhi 4. Fundamental of Renewable Energy Sources; G N Tewari & M K Ghosal, Published by Narora Publishing House, New Delhi 5. Geothermal Energy, Dickson 6. Wind Energy Conversation Systems, Fneris L.L. 7. Renewable Energy, Thomas B, Johansson 8. Solar Energy; Principal of Thermal Collection & Storage, Sukhatme, S.P. 9. Thermal & Nuclear Power Stations, Sterman, L.S. 4

EE- 703: Energy Audit and Conservation Technologies 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT - I Energy Flow through Environment, Energy Utilization: Conservation and Conventions and Its Impact on Environment. UNIT - II Electrical Systems: Load Management, Energy Conservation In Motors & Transformers, Pumps, Compressors, Blowers, Fans Cooling Towers, Variable Speed Drives Energy Savers, Energy Conservations Supply Lines; Electrical Distribution Line, Compressed Air Distribution Line, Lighting System UNIT - III Thermal Systems: Combustion, Furnaces, Boilers, Insulation, Stem Distribution and Condensate Return Line, Waste Heat Recovery, Cogeneration Chilled Water Line, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration. UNIT - IV Energy Audit: Basics of Measurement and Errors, Transducers Measurements of Meteorological Parameters, Flue Gas Analyzer, Flow Meters, Pressure Measurement, Temperature Measurement UNIT - V Energy Audit: Concepts of Energy Audit Need For Energy Audit, Methodologies of Energy Audit, Planning and Management, Preparation of Energy Audit Reports, Impact of Energy Auditing, Case Studies Recommended Books 1. Energy Conservation Process in Industry, Kenny W.F. 2. Energy Conservation & Utilization, Krenz II, Jerrold 3. Waste Energy Utilization Technology, Kiang Yen Hsiung 4. Waste Less Chemical Processing, Kafarov, V.V. 5. Electrical Energy Utilization & Conservation, Tripathy, S.C 6. Electronic Instrumentation And Measurements Techniques, Cooper And Helfrick, Principle Hall Of India 7. Energy Conservation Process In Industry, Kenny W.F 8. Energy Conservation & Utilization, Krez II, Jerrold 9. Waste Energy Utilization Technology, Kiang Yen Hsiung 10. Waste Less Chemical Processing, Kafarov, V.V. 11. Electrical Energy Utilization & Conservation, Tripathy, S.C.

EN-704: Water and Waste Water: Pollution and Control Technologies 3Credits (48 hours) UNIT I Fundamentals: Definition, Classification, Sources Water quality Standards. Water Chemistry: Theory of Acid Base Equilibrium, Water Pollution And Control: Indicators, Hardness & Determination of DO, BOD, COD of Water, and Water Pollution due to heavy metals and Organic Pollutants. (12) Water Treatment: Surface water: Water Purification Processes in Natural Systems (Physical, Chemical, Bio-Chemical Processes) And Its Application, Response of Stream to Bio-Degradable Organic Wastes. (08) UNIT II Water Treatment Methods: Principles and Design Unit Operations Aeration Systems Sedimentation types of settling and settling equations, design criteria and design of settling tanks. Coagulation and Flocculation types of coagulants, coagulant aids, coagulation theory, optimum dose of coagulant, jar test method, design criteria and numerical examples. Filtration theory, types, filter backwash, operational problems and trouble shooting. UNIT III Unit processes - disinfection different types, disinfectants, factors affecting disinfection, methods of disinfection, chemistry of chlorination. Water Softening- Principles and design- Ions causing hardness, various methods. (12) Waste Water Treatment: Principles and Design Objectives of wastewater treatment, characteristics, flow variations, types of reactors and reactors analysis. (02) Mass Loading Factors, Impacts, Estimation And Their Unit Loading. (04) Theoretical principles and design - screens, equalization basin, grit chamber, primary and secondary settling tanks. UNIT IV Kinetics of Biological Treatment Systems bio kinetic constants and their determination, batch and continuous systems. Theoretical principles and design attached growth system trickling filter, bio-towers and rotating biological contactors. Biological Unit Processes: Kinetic of biological system 6

Principle of Biological Treatment; Microbial Growth Rates, Treatment Kinetics, Food/Micro Organism Ratio, Substrate Removal Efficiency. Theoretical principles and design Aerobic Suspended Growth Systems Activated (08) Aerobic Attached Growth Trickling Filters, UNIT V Anaerobic - UASBS, Sludge Digesters, Anaerobic Ponds. Different Types Of Industrial Effluent Treatment Plants Sludge Processing separation - sludge thickeners, volume reduction, conditioning and digestion aerobic and anaerobic. Advanced Wastewater Treatment Need and technologies used. Nitrification and Denitrification Processes, Phosphorous removal, Wastewater disinfection. (12) Numerical problems Case Studies Recommended Books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Environmental Pollution And Its Control Jeffrey J. and P.A. Vesilind Chemistry for Environmental Engineering Clair N. Sawyer & McCarty, TATA McGraw Hill International Publication IIIrd Edition.1986 Environmental Engineering - Howard S.Peavy et.al, TATA McGraw Hill International Publication 1st Edition. 1986 Water & Waste Water Technology --- Marle J. Hammer, Prentice Hall of India Ltd. New Delhi 2nd Waste Water Treatment, Disposal & Reuse - Metcalf & Eddy, TATA McGraw Hill Publication New Delhi 3rd Edition. Waste Water Treatment for Pollution Control Soli J. Arceivala, TATA McGraw Hill Publication New Delhi 2 nd Edition. Energy Conservation in water and wastewater facilities. Water Treatment Handbook, Vol=1& 2 " Manual on water supply and Treatment ", CPHEEO, Ministry of Urban Development, GOI, New Delhi, 1999. 2. " Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Development ", CPHEEO, Ministry of Urban Development, GOI, New Delhi, 1993. Sludge, Aerated Lagoon,

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EE-705 Air and Noise Pollution: Effects And Control Technologies 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT I Noise Pollution and Control: The Decibel Scale, Sound Intensity Level. Classification of Noise, Noise Standards. Effects of Noise, Noise Control Methods, Acoustical Materials, Acoustical Enclosures, Silencers and Muffle Reverberation Control, Personal Hearing Protection Devices, Role of Vegetation in Noise Control. (08) UNIT - II Air Pollution & Control: Definition, Air Quality, Classification Of Air Pollutants, Air Pollution Episodes. UNIT - III Air Pollution Monitoring: Collection of Gaseous Air Pollutants, Collection of Particulate Pollutants, Measurement of SO2, Nox, CO, Oxidants and Ozone. UNIT - IV Meteorology & Dispersion of pollutants: Wind Circulation, Lapse Rate, Stability Conditions, Maximum Mixing Depths. Air pollution control technologies for particulates and gaseous contaminants. Gravity settlers, Electrostatic precipitators, bag Filters Scrubbers Cyclone, control for moving sources UNIT - V Global Concerns Light Pollution Thermal Pollution Recommended Books 1. Understanding Environmental Pollution Marquita K. 2. Environmental Pollution And Its Control, COGENT International, 1st edition 1998 S.A. Abbasi 3. Environmental Noise Pollution And Its Control, Anmol Publication 1st edition 1992 Chhatwal G.R.et al 4. Environmental Pollution And Its Control Jeffrey J. and P.A. Vesilind 5. Air Pollution: M. N. Rao & HVN Rao , TATA McGraw Hill Publication, New Delhi, 12th edition, 1998 6. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering Clair N. Sawyer & McCarty, TATA McGraw Hill International Publication IIIrd Edition.1986 7. Environmental Engineering - Howard S.Peavy et.al, TATA McGraw Hill International Publication 1st Edition. 1986

EE -706: Environmental Auditing Techniques and Impact Assessment 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT - I Elements of Environmental Impact Assessment: Introduction Principles, Origin And Development of EIA Environmental Impact Analysis, Essential Components of EIA, Project Screening, Baseline Study, Impact Identification, Impact Prediction, Evaluation And Mitigation, Methodology Matrix Method, Network, Overlay, UNIT - II The Interlinking: Positive and Negative Impacts, Primary and Secondary Impacts, Impacts on Physical, Chemical Biotic and Social Environment, Environmental Impact Statement and Environmental Management Plan For Selected Industries, Case Studies UNIT - III Environmental Auditing: Concepts of the Environmental Audit: Definition, Benefits, Objectives. Legislation: Rules and Regulation, Gazette, Notification on Environmental Statement, Latest Amendments. Need for Environmental Audit and Guidelines for Environmental Audit UNIT - IV Methodology: i. Pre-audit activities; Preliminary Information, Audit Team. ii. Activities at the site; Material Balance Waste Flow, Monitoring, Field Observations, Draft Report. iii. Post-Audit Activities; Synthesis of Data Evaluation of Waste Treatment Facilities, Final report, Action plans, Follow up actions. Material and Energy Flow Assessment, Preparation of Audit Report - Water Consumption, Guidelines to Environmental Safe Layouts to Minimize Losses & Waste. Control Mechanism: Waste water reduction, Air emission reduction - Preparation of Audit Report and Form V Case Studies UNIT - V Instruments: Principal And Application of Instrument In Environmental Analysis : Nephalo Turbidity Meter; Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer; UV Visible Spectrophotometer; Gas Chromatograph; HPLC; Total Organic Analyzer; Air Analyzer; High Volume Sampler: Stack Monitor: CO Analyzer, Noise Meter Recommended Books 1) Environmental Impact of Industries on Sub Urban Environment S.A. Abbasi, Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi. 2) Global Environmental Negotiations Ist Green, Anil Agrwal And Sunita, CSE, Delhi 3) Environmental Policy in International Context Prospects by Blowers, Andrews, Glas, Scholar Publisher Distributor. 4) Environmental Impact Assessment by Clark Brain, Biset, Mansenn. 5) Chemical Instrumentation Analysis, Chatwal Anand 6) Analytical Instrumentation, Skoog And West, TATA McGraw Hill, 9

7) Handbook Of Analytical Instrumentation, R.S. Khandpur, TATA McGraw Hill, New Delhi (1997)

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EE 707: Sustainable Environment Management Tools 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT I Introduction to Sustainability: Criteria, Definitions, Challenges of Sustainability, Meaning of The Brundtland Commissions:Principles, perspectives, Inter generational and intra generational Equity, Agenda 21, Earth Summit 1972, Vienna Convention 1985, Montreal Protocol, UNIT II Kyoto Protocol, Conference of Parties (COP), UNCED Rio Earth Summit 1992, UNCED Rio Earth Summit 1992, Rio Earth Summit + 5, Johannesburg Summit 2002. Environment, Economics and EthicsDimensions of Sustainable Development. Prototype Carbon Fund (PCF). UNIT III Descriptions of Sustainable Technologies: Emission trading, Business Opportunities Company Green Image and the Green Stake Holder, Financial Accounting for The Environment Externalities, Bench Marking, Econ-Indicators and Consumer Satisfaction, Prediction of Business Opportunities UNIT IV Green Productivity: Concepts, Green Productivity Methodology: Waste Prevention House Keeping And Inventory Management, Production Process Modification. Volume Reduction, Recovery Energy Conservation Techniques, Pollution Control Methods Green Productivity Assessment Practices. UNIT V Review of ISO 14001 in Environmental Management. Environmental Aspects/Impacts, Performance, Continual improvement, Interested parties, Elements of ISO 14001 According to Deming, Environmental Policy, Planning, Implementation, Checking/Corrective Action, Management Review. Assembly of Company Environmental Policy Statements. Recommended Books 1. Clean Development Mechanism, reference two Winrock international India. 2. Sustainable Development in practices, Case Studies for engineering and Scientist, Editor Adisa azapagic, Slobodan perdan, ronald clift, Jhon Wiley (2004). 3. UNFCCC. 2007. Database on local coping strategies. http://maindb.unfccc.int/public/adaptation/ 4. Pandey G.N. 1997, Environmental Management, Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

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EE - 708: Specific Industrial Pollution - Case Studies 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT I Different Types of Industrial Effluent Treatment Plants, Case Studies UNIT II Regulatory Requirements of Pollution Control in Industries, Process Description Waste/ Emission Generation Sources, Pollution & Prevention. UNIT III Waste Minimization of the Following Industries such as, Pulp and Paper, Distillery, Sugar, Fertilizer, Tannery, Dairy, Textile, UNIT IV Waste Minimization of the Following Industries such as Oil Refineries, Pharmaceutical and Electroplating UNIT V Waste Minimization of the Following Industries such as Cement and Tannery. Recommended Books: 1. Environmental Engineering Howard S.Peavy Et.Al, TATA McGraw Hill International Publication 1st Edition, 1986 2. Water & Waste Water Technology --- Marle J. Hammer, Prentice Hall of India Ltd. New Delhi 2nd 3. Waste Water Treatment, Disposal & Reuse Metcalf & Eddy, TATA McGraw Hill Publication New Delhi 3rd Edition. 4. Waste Water Treatment for Pollution Control Soil J. Arceivala, TATA McGraw Hill Publication New Delhi 2nd Edition. 5. W.W. Ecrenfelder (1990), Industrial Pollution Control: McGraw Hill Int. Ed. 6. Zero Pollution for Industry: Waste Minimization through Industrial Complexes, Nelson, leonard Nemerow, Wiley Publication.

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EE -709: Solid Waste Management 3 Credit (48 Hrs) Unit I Waste Management: Different Option, Integrated Waste Management Strategies, Collection, Transportation And Environmental Impact. Unit II Generation and Disposal Methods: Resources, Disposal and Recovery, Material and Products in Solid Waste. Characterization of Different Types of Solid Waste, Municipal Solid Waste, Agro Waste, Others Unit III Control Technologies: (Issues, Techniques And Economics), Sources Reduction, Recycling, Composting, Vermiculture. Unit IV Waste to Energy Conversion: Incineration, Pyrolysis, Gasification, Bio-methanation, Landfill, Refused Derived Fuels. (Process, System and Economics), Hazardous Waste, Characterization, Collection, Transportation, Treatment, Storage and Disposal. Unit V Solid Waste Systems: Planning, Methodology and Evaluation Methodology. Case Studies Recommended Books 1. Handbook of solid management Frank Kerith, McGraw Hill, Inc. USA (1994). 2. Handbook of Environmental Engineering Vol. 2, Lawrence K. Wang and Worman C. Pereira, THE HUMAN Press, Clifton, New Jersey, (1990) 3. Hazardous Waste Management Charles A. Wentz

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EE-710 Climatic Change and Control Mechanism 3 Credits (48 Hrs ) Unit I Concept and definition: climate and climate change, component of climate system, greenhouse gases and their effect source of green house gases: sources effects and factors. Convention: the UN convention on climate change (UNFCCC), IPCCC, UNEP, UNDP: Objectives and goals Unit II World scenario: Effects of greenhouse gases on the continents of the world (Sea level temperature, Agriculture, human health, forestry, ecosystem and water resource world population) and techno economic analysis (GDP) gross domestic production. Unit III Planning and Mitigation: Control mechanism, aforestation, energy conservation, health and hygiene, use of new renewable source. Policies and regulation: stern review: economic climate change. Unit IV Global Environmental Concerns: Case Studies: Ozone Layer Depletion, Acid Rain, Inversion, Elnino, Flood And Draught. Global Environmental Problems: The Carbon Nitrogen And Hydrological Cycles, World Water, Food, Population Distribution And Imbalances. Acid Rain, Ozone Depletion. Greenhouse Gases And Climate Change, Modeling of Climate Change. UN Convention and Environmental Legislation. Unit V Clean Development Mechanism (CDM): Thrust Areas, Objectives, Major Activities, Inventory and Mitigation Analysis, Policy Analysis, Vulnerability and Adaptation, Capacity Building Professional Capabilities, Outreach, Corporate Initiatives. Recommended Books 1. Global Warming The Complete Briefing, Third Edition, Johan Houghton, Cambridge University Press. 2. The International Climate Change Regime, A Guide To Rules Institution And Procedure, Farhana Yamin, Johana Depledge, Cmbridge University, Press First Publication 2004. 3. UNEP (Unitaed nations environment programme), 2003. GEO Year Book 2003. Nairobi: UNEP. 4. MoEF (Ministry of Environment and Forestry). 2001. India: National Action Programme to Combat Desertification. Volume I: Status of Desertification. Government of India. 5. UNFCCC. 2007. Database on local coping strategies. http://maindb.unfccc.int/public/adaptation/ 6. WHO (World Health Organization). 2005. Human health impacts from climate variability and climate change in the Hindu Kush Himalaya region. Report of an inter-regional. 14

EE 711: Research Methodology & Mathematical Modeling 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT I Theory of Sampling - Population and sample Preliminary Ideas of Random Stratifies, Systematic and Multistage including allocation of resources- Parameter and statistics Sampling distribution and standard Error. UNIT II Theory of Testing Hypothesis Null hypothesis Alternate Hypothesis Two types of errors levels of significance of a test power of a Test. Chi Square test. UNIT III Correlation and Regression Persons Coefficient for Raw and frequency. Data Spearmans Rank Correlation Coefficient Regression lines and their use curve fitting principle of Least squares- fitting of straight line length weight Relationship and Bertrand Growth equation operational Research. UNIT IV Modeling Ecosystems- Population Dynamics, Models for single and interlinking, populations, stable points, Limit cycles, chaos, competition, prey predation. UNIT V Energy and Environmental System modeling Recommended Books: 1. Environmental systems- Benett R.J. 2. Studies in Environmental Mathematics- Sinha D.K. Mishra A. 3. Mathematical Modeling- Kapur S.N. 4. Research methodology Methods & Techniques - C R Kothari

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EE 712: Computer Applications 3 Credits (48 Hrs) UNIT I Fundamentals of computer: block diagram of the computer, input devices, output devices. UNIT II Operating systems: introduction of operating system, types of the operating system, MS-DOS, DOS features, external and internal commands, working with files, working with directories, managing disk. UNIT III Advanced command techniques: Windows: Windows operation, file management, resource location, managing icons and location, control manager, accessories of windows. MS Excel (worksheet): introduction, working with excel, entering data, advanced worksheet formatting, customizing workplace, calculation in worksheets. Adding charts, working with lists databases and pivot table, advanced features of excel. UNIT IV MS Power Point (Presentation): introduction, working with Power Point, adding text, expert Presentation- building technique, including multimedia, graphics and special effects, customize Power Point. MS Access: Access essential , creating and customizing table, linking multiple table, using queries to find and filter data, designing and using forms, presenting data with reports. UNIT V Basic programming techniques: algorithms, flowchart, program generation. Text Books 1. Computer and common sense- Roger Hunt and John Shelly. 2. Using MS office 2000-Woody Leonhard. 3. The computer guide to MS office-Ron Monsfield. 4. The complete ref, office 2000- Stephen L Nelson. 5. Learn DOS in a Day- Stulz

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EE 713: Instrumentation & Measurement 1 Credits (24 Hrs) UNIT - I Temperature measurement: Thermocouples, RTCs, Thermistors, Radiation and optical pyrometer Pressure measurement: Manometers; diaphragm, below elements. Introduction to vacuum gases, Bendron tube, Introduction of capacitive and Inductive transducer. UNIT - II Flow measurement: Orifice Plates, Flow Nozzles, Venturi Tubes & Variable Area Rotameters, Pitot tubes, turbo magnetic and electromagnetic flow meters, ultrasonic, velocity flow meter, Anemometers. Level measurement: Floats, displayer, hydrostatic and thermal electrical methods, UNIT - III Heat Measurement: Bomb calorimeter, Gas chromatograph, Junkers Gas Calorimeter Other measurement devices: Flue gas analyser, High Volume air sampler, HPLC, Noise meter, Humidity and moisture measurement.

Recommended Books 1. W. D. Cooper and A.D. Helfrick, Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi (1989). 2. D. Patranabis, Principles of Industrial Instrumentation, Tata McGrew-Hill publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi (1990). 3. Doeblin Measurement System, McGrew Hill Book Co., (1981). 4. T. R. Padmanabhan, Industrial Instrumentation: Principles and Design, Springer. 5. J.P. Homan, Experimental Methods for Engineering, 6th edition McGrew Hill Inc. 6. Instrumentation methods by Chatwal Anand, 3rd edition, Meerut publication house, Meerut 7. D S Kumar ; Mechanical Measurements and Control, Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi

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EE 801: Energy Laboratory 3 Credits (48 Hrs) 1) Thermal Performance of a Solar Flat Plate Collector. 2) Thermal Performance of N Box Type and Concentrator type Solar Cookers. 3) Determination of Load Characteristic of a Solar PV Module. 4) Measurement of Global and Diffuse Irradiance. 5) Thermal Performance of a Solar Still. 6) Determination of Proximate and Ultimate analysis of biomass 7) Heat Transfer in an Air to Water Finned Heat Exchanger. 8) Determination of Calorific Value of solid and liquid fuel 9) Stack Analysis: ORSAT Apparatus. 10) To Study the Composition Yield of Methane from Different Feed Stocks. 11) Study of a Gasifier. 12) Determination of Load Profile of an Electric Motor. 13) Preparation of bio-diesel and determination of it physical properties 14) Determination of Fats/oil Content in a given oil seed Biomass Sample 15) Calibration of thermocouples

EE 802: Environment lab (Pollution Monitoring Laboratory) - 3 Credits (48 Hrs) WATER AND WASTE WATER POLLUTION MONITORING: 1. pH, Conductivity and Turbidity 2. Hardness : Total Ca, Mg by EDTA Method 3. Alkalinity: HCO3, CO3, OH. CO2 and Combinations 4. Estimation of Nitrate. Nitrogen by PDA Method 5. Ammonical Nitrogen 6. Nitrite Nitrogen 7. Estimation of Phosphates 8. Sulfate by Spectrophotmetric & Turbiditimetric Method 9. Residual Chlorine 10. Chlorine Demand 11. Dissolved Oxygen 12. Biological Oxygen Demand 13. Chemical Oxygen Demand 14. Fluorides by SPADNS Reagent 15. Heavy Metals by AAS 16. Total Organic Carbon by TOC Analyzer 17. Fe, Total Cr, Cr (VI) by UV Visible Spectrophotometer 1. 2. 3. Microbiological Estimation Total Count Method Streaking Method Staining Method

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3. Particulate Matter : NRD, RSPM Noise Pollution Monitoring

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