SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH DEGREE
I Semester Examination (Common to all Branches)
HUT-109 and ECT-103, 105 will be offered to first half of the students strength,
Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Duration of Exam L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Practical/Viva Total HUT-109 Engineering Economics
OR2 2 - 4 75 25 100 3 MET-103 Manufacturing Processes 3 1 - 4 - - - - HUT-107 Communication Skills In English
OR2 1 - 3 100 50 150 3 ECT-103 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 2/2 - 3 75 25 100 3 ECT-105 Basic Electronics Engineering Practical - - 2/2 1 - 10 40 50 3 MAT-103 Mathematics-I 3 2 - 5 100 25 125 3 PHT-105 Physics-I 3 1 - 4 100 25 125 3 CHT-105 Chemistry-I 3 1 - 4 75 25 100 3 ELT-105 Basic Electrical Engineering
OR2 2/2 - 3 75 25 100 3 COT-101 Computer Engineering 2 2/2 - 3 - - - CET-103 Engineering Graphics-I - - 3 3 75 25 100 4 PHT-107 Physics-1 Practical - - 2 2 - 10 40 50 3 CHT-107 Chemistry-I Practical - - 2 2 - 10 40 50 3 ELT-107 Basic Electrical Engineering - - 2/2 1 - 10 40 50 3 COT-103 Computer Lab.* - - 2/2 1 - - - - - MET-105 Workshop Practical-I - - 3 3 - 10 40 50 3 16/16 7/8 12/11 35 575/600 225/240 200/160 1000
MET-103and HUT-107 will be offered to second half of the students strength.
Similar procedure for (ELT-105,ELT-107) and (COT-101,COT-103) will be adopted.
* All Engineering departments will share the teaching as well as exams.
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH DEGREE
II Semester Examination (Common to all Branches)
All Engineering Department will shear the teaching load and examinations.
Course No. Subject Teaching Schedule Examination Schedule Duration of Exam L T P/D Total Theory Sessional Practical/Viva Total MET-103 Manufacturing Processes
OR3 1 - 4 75 25 - 100 3 HUT-109 Engineering Economics 3 1 - 4 - - - - - ECT-103 Basic Electronics Engineering 2 2/2 - 3 75 25 - 100 3 ECT-105 Basic Electronics Engineering Practical OR - - 2/2 1 - 10 40 50 3 HUT-107 Communication Skills In English 2 2 - 4 100 50 - 150 3 MAT-104 Mathematics-II 3 1 - 4 75 25 - 100 3 PHT-106 Physics-II 3 2/2 - 4 75 25 - 100 3 CHT-106 Chemistry-II 2 1 - 3 75 25 - 100 3 COT-101 Computer Engineering
OR2 2/2 - 3 75 25 - 100 3 ELT-105 Basic Electrical Engineering 2 2/2 - 3 - - - - MET-104 Engineering Graphics-II - - 6 6 100 50 - 150 4 PHT-110 Physics-II Practical - - 2/2 1 - 25 25 50 3 CHT-108 Chemistry-II Practical - - 2 2 - 25 25 50 3 ELT-107 Basic Electrical Engineering
Practical OR- - 2/2 1 - 10 40 50 3 COT-103 Computer Lab.* - - 2/2 1 - - - - - MET-106 Workshop Practical-II - - 3 3 - 25 25 50 3 15/15 7/6 13/14 35 575/550 310/295 115/155 1000
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
ENGINEERING ECONOMICS
(HUT-l09)
L T Theory : 75 Marks
3 1 Sessional: 25 Marks
Total : 100 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
Note for the Paper Setter:
The total number of questions to be set will be seven, one question on each unit. The examinees shall attempt any five. All questions shall carry equal marks.
UNIT-I: Introduction and Basic Economic Terms:
Nature and significance of Economics; Role of economics in Engineering and Technology, Basic economic terms: utility, savings, investment, equilibrium, micro and macro Economics, globalization. Privatization, liberalization.
UNIT-II: Demand Analysis:
Meaning of demand; Law of demand and supply; Elasticity of demand and its measurement, Demand forecasting.
UNIT-III: Production:
Factors of production; Law of variable proportions; Production function and least cost combination.
UNIT-IV: Cost Analysis:
Fixed cost, variable cost, average cost, marginal cost, money cost, real cost opportunity cost. Sliape of average cost, marginal cost, total cost etc. in short run and long run.
UNIT-V: Theory of Firm and pricing:
Equilibrium of firm and industry under various market conditions
UNIT-VI: Money, Banking and Trade:
Money : Meaning and its functions
Banking : Functions of a commercial bank; creation of credit.
Central Bank : Functions with special reference to Reserve Bank
of India.
Trade : Principles of International Trade.
UNIT-VII:
National Income and Planning:
Concepts & measurement of National Income; Meaning and concept of planning.
Suggested Books:
- Stonier and Hague-A text book of Economic Theory (Longman’s London).
- G. A. Taylor-Managcrial and Engineering Economy (V. N. Company).
- K. K. Dewett-Modern Economic Theory (S. Chand).
- M. L. Jhingan-Micro Economic Theory (S. Chand).
- H. L. Ahula-Micro Economic Theory (S. Chand).
- A. N. Agarwal-Indian Economy-Problems of Development and Planning (Wisliwa Prakashan, New Delhi).
- Ruder Dutt and Sundram- Indian Economy ( S. Chand).
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
MANUFACTURUNG PROCESSES
(MET-l03)
I T PD Theory: 100 Marks
3 1 - Time: 3 Hrs
Casting:
Patterns, Materials, Types of allowances, Sand-casting: types & properties of molding sand: Various molding methods: Core and its types. Permanent mould castings.
Co2 castings, centrifugal castings, Die-castings: shell molding, Plaster molding, Investment castings. Casting defects, remedies.
Primary Metal Working Processes:
1 Lot and cold forging, Hot cold rolling, Wire drawing and extension processes.
Metal Shearing and forming:
Introduction to shearing, notching, lancing, bending drawing, Stretching, Embossing and coining operations, Process and their types Die and punch operations.
Metal Machining Processes:
Lathe - parts and accessories, Specifications, Turning tools, various operations on latehe (turning, taper turning thread currting drilling boring knmling).
Welding and Allied Processes:
Classification gas welding. Resistance welding and its types, thermit welding. Electric are welding - metal are welding carbon are welding, Submerged are welding, TIG MHIG, Welding defects and remedies, Soldering and brazing.
Special Welding Processes:
Electro stag welding, Atomic hydrogen welding, Plasnet are welding, Ultrasonic Laser welding.
welding, laser welding.
Plastics Processing:
Plastics, Their types and manufacturing properties, Compression molding and Injection molding.
Suggested Books:
1. Manufacturing Processes Bageman
2. Manufacturing Materials and Processes Lindherg
3. Principles of Manufacturing Materials Comphell
4. Manufacturing Science Amitabbe Chose and
Kumar Malik
5. Workshop Technology Hazara Choudhary Vol. I & II.
6. Workshop Technology Vol.1 & II Raghuvanshi
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ENGLISH
(HUT-l07)
1 I Theory : 100 Marks
2 2 Sessional: 50 Marks
Total : 150 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
Marks
UNIT-I: TEXT (for detailed study)
B.English for Science and Technology
Ravi S. Verma. Printwell Publisher, Juipur, 1987. (40)
UNIT-II: Word Study
1. Word formation (5)
2. IIIustrative use of synonyms (5)
UNIT-III: Sentence Structure
1. Common errors (5)
2. Punctuation (5)
UNIT-IV: Composition
- Letters to officials (representations, complaints,
job- applications) (10)
2. Precis (10)
UNIT-V: Spoken English
1. Transcription of “Received Pronunciation” of
Common English words, including those with’
–ed’ and –s’ endings. inio IPA (10)
2. Primary stress placement on words (5)
3. IPA transcription of weak forms (5)
Note: In addition to the questions in the University examination, Spoken English will be tested through an oral test for ten marks, as part of the sessionals also.
NOTES FOR THE PAPER SETTER AND THE STUDENTS
UNIT-1:
TWO questions to Be set. The first will have FOUR parts of FIVE marks each, related to specific aspects about the theme, incident, selected ideas, etc. (Note more than ONE question on one cliapter). Word limit : 100 per answer. 4x5 (20)
Second question shall have FOUR pails of FIVE marks each. The questions shall be broadly related to the topics discussed under the “grammar and usage” sub-section of the exercises at the end of each chapter. 4x5 (20)
UNIT-II:
- TEN bases prefixes and suffixes to he given. The students shall be required to form TEN words from these. (5)
- FIVE sentences to be given, with a blank in each. The students shall be required to fill the blanks from a list of FIVE pairs of synonyms broken and given in a jumbled order. (5)
UNIT-III:
1. The question on part (I) shall have TEN sentences. The students shall attempt all the TEN, with minimum changes. ONE sentence shall have only one error. Errors will relate to articles, prepositions, tenses, word-order, adjectival degrees, linkers, number and gender concord. (5)
2. The question on part (2) shall have TEN sentences, each with a different punctuation error. The students shall. (5)
UNIT-IV:
- TWO letters to be given. The students shall be required to attempt ONE. (10)
- A passage of about 350 words to be given. (10)
UNIT-V:
- TEN words to be given for transcription into IPA. The students shall be required to attempt all. (10)
- TEN words to be given for marking primary stress on spellings. The students shall attempt all. (5)
NOTE: For both part 1&2 above, the system followed shall be that of
A. S. Hornby's Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary of Current English)
3. TEN sentences to be given, each with only ONE word (the weak form of which is to transcribed), underlined. (5)
Suggested Books:
- Bansal R.K. and J. B. Harrison. 1994. Spoken English: A Manual of Speech and Phonetics. Mumbai: Orient Longman.
- Hoinby. A. S. Oxford Advanced Learners’ Dictionary of Current English. New Delhi: Oxford University.
- Prasad. P. 1999. Communication Skills for Engineers & Professionals. Delhi : S. K. Kataria & Sons.
- Sharma R. C. and Krishan Mohan. 1981. Business Correspondence & Report Writing. New Delhi: Tata Mc Graw Hill.
- Tockoo. M. I et al. 1977. Intermediate Grammar, Usage and Composition., Delhi: Orient Longman.
- Murpy, Raymond 2001. Intermediate English Grammar, New Delhi, Cambridge University Press.
- Dolf Adrian et al. 1998. Meanings into Words. Delhi. Cambridge University Press.
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
(ECT-l03)
L T P/D Theory : 75 Marks
2 2/2 - Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
1. Electronics componenets, Signals, Networks:
Passive Components: Resistances, Capacitors and Inductors of various types. Component Specifications, Applications, Response to dc and sinusoidal voltage/current excitations. Signals: DC/AC, voltage/current, periodic/non-periodic signals, average, rms, peak values, different types of signal waveforms, Ideal/non-ideal voltage/current sources, independent/dependent voltage current sources.
Networks:
Network theorems: KCL, KVL, Superposition, Thevehin, Norton, Milliman, Maximum Power Theorems. Loop and node analysis of simple networks. Steady state (including sinusoidal) and transient response of networks.
2. Basic Analog Circuits:
Operational Amplifiers:
Ideal Op-Amp, Practical op-amp, Open loop and closed loop configurations, Application of Op-Amp as amplifier, adder, differentiator and integrator.
3. Basic Digital Electronics:
- Introduction to Boolean Algebra
- Electronic Implementation of Boolean Operations
- Gates-Functional Block Approach
- Storagelements-FlipFloops-A
- A Functional block approach
- Counters : Ripple, Up/down and decade
- Introduction to digital 1C gates (of TTL Type)
Note for the Paper Setter:
There will be at least ONE question from unit 2 and 3 each and at least three questions from the unit l. A total of eight questions are to be set. Candidate will have to attempt any FIVE questions out of total EIGHT questions.
References:
1. Salivahanan S, Surcsh K N Vallavraj A. Electronic Devices and Circuiots, Tata McGraw Hill (2000)
2. Valkcnburg V, Network Analysis, PHI
- Malvino & Leach, Digital Electronic, Tata McGraw Hill.
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING PRACTICAL
(ECT-l05)
L T P/D Viva Voca: 40 Marks
- - 2/2 Sessional: 10 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
List of Experiments:
1. Familiarization with Electronic Components and Equipment (CRO, Function Generator, DMM) - Part-I.
2. Familiarization with Electronic Components and Equipment (CRO, Function Generator, DMM)-Part-II.
3. Verification of Superposition and Millman's theorems.
4. Verification of Thevenin' s and Norton's theorems.
5. Transient response of series RL, RC, RLC circuits.
6. Study of operational amplifier-Gain Vs Bandwidth response.
7. Op-Amp. Applications-adder, differentiator/integrator.
8. Verification of Truth table of Gates and Flip-flops.
9. Study of Counters.
10. Study of registers.
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
MATHEMATICS-I (MAT-l03)
L T P/D Theory : 100 Marks
3 2 - Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
PART-A
1. Applications of Differentiation:
Curvature, Radius of curvature and center of curvature (Cartesian, polar parametric and pedal form), Taylor's and Maclaurin’s series. Asymptote and Tracing of curves (Cartesian and polar coordinates). (8L)
2. Applications of Integration:
Area, Lengths of curves. Surfaces of revolution and Volumes of revolution (Cartesian and polar coordinates). (6L)
PART-B
1. Partial Derivatives and tlicir applications:
Functions of two or more variables, partial derivatives, second and higher order partial derivatives, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous functions, total derivatives, differentiation of implicit and composite functions, Jacobians, Errors and approximations, Taylor’s series, Maxima and Minima of function of two variables, Lagrange’s methods of undetermined multipliers, differentiation under the sign of integration (Leibnitz’s rule). (8L)
2. Vector Calculus:
Review of elementary vector algebra, differentiation and integration of vectors, scalar and vector point functions. Gradient of a scalar point function, divergence and curl of vector point function and their physical significance, del-operator applied twice to point function, del-operator applied to product of point functions. (7L)
PART-C
1. Matrices:
Rank of Matrix, Elementary transformation, equivalent matrices and elementary matrices. Inverse of a matrix by Gauss-Jordan method, Consistency and solution of simultaneous equations, Characteristic equation, eigen values and eigen vectors, Cayley Hamilton theorem, Orthogonal matrix, Diagonalization of matrices and quadratic form, Complex matrices, Hermitian matrix, Unitary matrix. (5L)
2. Hyperbolic and circular functions:
Exponential and circular functions of a complex variable, Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions. Real and imaginary parts of circular, hyperbolic and logarithmic functions, Summation of sine and cosine series. (5L)
NOTE TO PAPER SETTER
Set 9 questions in all, 3 from each part. Candidates have to attempt 5questions electing at least 1 question from each part.
Books Recommended:
1. Differential and Integral calculus : N. Piskunov
2. Advanced Vector Analysis : C. E. Weatherbum
3. Advanced Engg. Mathematics : Ervin Kreyzic
4. Higher Mathematics for Engineers : I. S. SokolnikofF
5. Elementary Engg. Mathematics : B. S. Grewal
6. Higher Engg. Mathematics : B. S. Grewal
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
PHYSICS-I
(PHT-l05)
L T P Theory : 100
Sessional : 25
3 1 2 Total : 125
Time : 3 hours
UNIT I: CLASSICAL PHYSICS
PHYSICAL OPTICS:
Interference:
Division of wave front – Fresnel’s biprism; Division of amplitude interference – Newton’s rings, Michelson interferometer and its applications.
Diffraction:
Difference between Fraunhofer and Fresnel diffraction; Fraunhofer diffraction through a slit. Plane transmission diffraction grating, its dispersive and resolving power.
Polarization:
Polarized and unpolarized light; double refraction; Nicol prism, quarter and half wave plates, Polarimetery: Biquartz and Laurent’s half-shade polarimeters. Simple concepts of Photoelasticity. (8)
WAVES AND OSCILLATIONS:
Simple- Harmonic Oscillations, Simple concepts of Harmonic Oscillator. Resonance, Quality factor.
E.M. wave theory-review of basic ideas, Maxwell’s equations and their experimental basis, simple plane wave equations, simple concepts of wave guides and co-axial cables, Poyinting Vector. (6)
DIELECTRICS:
Dielectrics– Molecular theory, polarization, displacement, susceptibility, dielectric coefficient, permitivity & various relations between these Gauss’s Law in the presence of a dielectric; Energy stored in an electric field.Poisson’s and Laplace’s equations, Divergence and curl of a vector, Stoke’s theorem (derivations not required in all equations and theorems) Behavior of dielectrics in ac fields-simple concepts, dielectric losses. (6)
UNIT-II:
MODERN PHYSICS
Quantum Physics:
Difficulties with Classical Physics, Introduction to quantum mechanics- simple concepts, discovery of Planck’s Constant. Group velocity and phase velocity, Schrodinger wave equation, Postulates of quantum mechanics, Time dependent and time independent Schrodinger wave equations. Elementary ideas of quantum statistic
(6)
SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY:
The Michelson–Morley experiment; relativistic transformations; variation of mass with velocity; mass-energy equivalence. (5)
NUCLEAR ENERGY:
Neutron Cross-section, Nuclear fission, Moderators, Nuclear reactors. Reactor criticality,Interaction of radiation with matter (basic concepts),Radiation Detectors- Ionization chamber; G.M.Counter; Scintillation and solid state detectors. Cloud chamber and bubble chamber. (6)
Suggested books:
Optics - F.W.Sears
Physics of the Atom - Wehr, Richards & Adair
Perspectives of of Modern Physics - Arthur Beiser
Physics-I,II - Halliday and Resnick
Engineering Physics - S.K.Srivastava and R.A.Yadav
NOTE: Eight questions will be set in the question paper, minimum four from each unit. Candidates will be required to attempt five questions selecting at least two questions from each unit.
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
CHEMISTRY-I
(CHT-l05)
L T Theory : 100 Marks
3 1 Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
- Chemical Equilibrium:
Equilibrium constant, equilibrium and thermodynamics, Le Chatelier’s principle, strong and week electrolytes, concepts of acids and bases and their strength, pH, buffer solutions and salt hydrolysis, solubility and precipitation. (07L)
- Chemical Kinetics:
Second order reactions, derivation of velocity constant with same and different concentrations of the reactants, half life period, complex reactions (reversible, consecutive, parallel and chain reactions), fast reactions, relaxation rate constant, kinetics of fast reactions. (05L)
3. Electrochemistry including Corrosion:
Relationship between electrical energy and heat energy, reversible electrodes (hydrogen and calomel), prediction of electrolytic products on (lie respective electrodes from (lie knowledge of their standard electrode potentials, corrosion of metals and corrosion control. (07L)
4. Photochemistry:
Photochemical and dard reactions, laws of photochemistry, quantum efficiency, classification of photochemical reactions on the basis of their quantum efficiencies, description and kinetics of photochemical equilibrium, fluorescence, phosphorescence, photosensitization and photochemical technology. (06L)
5. Phase Rule:
Description of various terms( phase, component and degree of freedom). One component system (water and sulphur system), freeze-drying, two component system with simple eutectic formation (Pb-Ag and KJ-H_{2}O systems) solders, safety plugs, freezing mixtures.
6. Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry:
Covalent bond cleavage (hemolytic and heterolytic), reactive intermediates (carbocations, carbanions, carbenes and free radicals), types of mucleophiles and electrophiles, inductive effect, electromeric effect, resonance and resonance energy, resonance effect, types of organic reactions (substitution, addition, elimination and rearrangement reactions). (06L)
7. Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry:
General characteristics of transition elements, coordination compounds, nomenclature, types of coordination compounds, complex salts and double salts, isomerism in coordination compounds (structural and stereoisomerism), introduction to various theories bonding, applications of coordination compounds. (06)
Total (42L)
Books Recommended:
- Principles of Physical Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L .R. Sharma & M. S. Pathania, Vishal Publications, Jalandhar 144008 (Punjab).
- Reactions Mechanism in Organic Chemistry, S. M. Mukherji & S. P. Singh, MacMillan India Ltd. 2/10, Ansari Road, New Delhi.
- Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, B. R. Puri, L. R. Sharma & K. C. Kalia, Vishal Publications Jalandhar 144008 (Punjab).
Note of Paper-setter:
Eight questions sliould be set in all. The students should be asked to attempt any questions.
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
(ELT-l05)
L T P Theory : 100 Marks
2 2/2 2/2 Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
- Electric Circuits:
Review of KCL, KVL and D.C. circuit analysis. Signals And wave
forms, phasor representation of sinusoidal voltages and currents, power, power factor, analysis of series, and parallel circuits, resonance in series and parallel circuits Balanced three-phase systems, star- and delta- connections, relation between line and phase quantities (voltages and currents) in the two types of connection, analysis of three phase circuits, power in three phase circuits, measurement of power by two wattmeter method.
2. Magnetic Circuits:
Ampere turns, magnetomotive force, permeability, reluctance, composite magnetic circuits, comparison with electric circuits.
3. DC Machines:
Generators and motors, production of voltage and torque, characteristics of D.C generators and motors, speed control of dc shunt motor, application of dc generators and motors (only qualitative analysis)
4. Single phase transformers:
Principle of working, construction equivalent circuit, open circuit and short circuits tests, losses and efficiency.
5. Three-phase induction motors:
Principle of working, production of torque, torque-slip curve and applications. Introduction to single phase induction motors (only qualitative analysis)
Suggested Books:
1. V. Del Toro, “Principles of Electrical engineering”, PHI.
2. E. Huges, “Electrical Technology”, ELBS.
3. A. E. Fitzerald, D. E. Higginbotham and A. Grabel, “Basic Electrical Engineering”, MGH.
- S. A. Nasar and C. R. Paul, “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”, MGH.
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
(COT-l01)
L T Theory : 100 Marks
2 2/2 Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
1. Introduction:
Overview of a computer system, Block diagram and major parts of a computer, history of computer development, introduction to binary, octal, & hexadecimal numbers, ASCII code, different levels of programming languages-machine language, assembly language, high level language; need of operating system, tree structure of storage, introduction to assembler, compiler and interpreter.
2. Basic of C Language:
C fundamentals; operators and expressions; i/p and o/p statements-getchar, putchar, scanf, printf; control statements - if-else, while, do-while, for, switch, break, continue, comma operator, goto statement.
3. Functions and Arrays:
Defining and accessing a function, function prototype, passing arguments to a function; defining and processing an array, passing an array to functions, 2-d arrays, arrays and strings.
Note for Paper Setter:
There will be 8 questions in all. Students will be asked to attempt any 5 questions. Only 1 question will be set from unit 1. Minimum 2 questions will be set from unit 2, and 3 questions will be set from unit 3.
BOOKS:
- A. S. Tanenbaum: Structured Computer Organization, PHI. (Unit 1).
- V. Rajaraman: Fundamentals of Computers, 3^{rd} edition, PHI. (Unit 1).
- Byre S. Gottfried: Theory and Problems of Programming with C Language Schaum Series, TMH. 1998. (Unit 2,3).
- Kermgliam and Richie: The C programming Language, 2^{nd} Edition, PHI.(Ref. Book).
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS-I
(CET-l03)
L T P/D Theory : 75 Marks
3 Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
PART-A
Orthographic Projections:
Theory of orthographic projections, planes of projection, four quadrants, first angle projection, third angle projection, B.I.S. Code of practice. View analysis, orientation of the object ,laying out three views drawings, hidden lines and curved surfaces, conventional lines, dimensioning and lettering, Conversion of pictorial views into orthographics views, development of missing views.
PART-B:
Projections of Points, Straight Lines and Planes:
Points in different quadrants projections of lines-parallel to one or both planes, contained by one or both planes, perpendicular to a plain, inclined to one plane and parallel to the other, inclined to both planes, contained by a plane perpendicular to both planes. True length of a line and its inclinations with the reference plane, traces of a line.
Types of planes, perpendicular planes, oblique planes, traces of planes. projections of planes- parallel to one plane, perpendicular to both planes, perpendicular to one inclined to the other.
Projection of Solids:
Types of solids-polyhedral, solids of revolution. Projections of solids-axis perpendicular to a plane, axis parallel to both planes, axis parallel to one plane and inclined to other, axis inclined to both the planes.
Sections of Solids:
Section planes, sections, true shape of sections, Sections of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones placed in simple position.
Graphic Statics:
Basic concepts, Bow's notation, space-diagram, force and polar diagram, funicular polygon, support & support reactions, compressive and tensile stress, analysis of trusses, stresses in plane framed structures.
C.NOTE FOR PAPER SETTER
The question paper will comprise of EIGHT questions keeping ONE question from Part-A to be compulsory for students. Students shall be asked to attempts FIVE question in all.
Books Recommended:
Engineering Drawing by P. S. Gill (S. K. Kataria & Sons, Ludhiana)
A Text Book of Graphic Statics By P. S. Gill (S. K. Kataria & sons, Ludhiana) Elementary Engineering Drawing by N. D. Bhatt (Charotar Publishing House, Anand).
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
PHYSICS-I PRACTICAL
(PHT-107)
L T P/D Viva Voce: 40 Marks
- - 2 Sessional: 10 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
EXPERIMENTS
1. To determine the refractive index of the material of a lens.
2. To find the wavelength of light by Fresnel’s biprism.
3. To find the wavelength of monochromatic light by using diffraction grating.
4. To verify Malus Law in polarization of light.
5. To find the wavelength of light by using Newton’s rings.
6. To find the specific rotation of a solution by using a polarimeter.
7. To find a) the wavelength of sodium light b) the thickness of a thin transparent sheet by Michelson’s interferometer.
8. To study the dielectric properties of a dielectric at different frequencies by resonance method.
9. To calibrate a voltmeter and an ammeter by using potentiometer.
10. To find high resistance by leakage method.
11. To find the temperature coefficient of resistance of platinum by using platinum resistance thermometer
12. To study the variation of magnetic field along the axis of a circular coil carrying current and to estimate the radius of the coil.
13. To find the frequency of AC mains using sonometer.
14. To plot a graph between the difference of temperature of two junctions and thermo e.m.f. for a thermocouple using a potentiometer.
15. To study the shunting effect of a voltmeter on voltage measurement.
16. To verify Stefan’s radiation law by using incandescent filament.
17. To find the value of Planck’s constant by photo electric cell.
NOTE: Students are required to do any twelve experiments.
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
CHEMISTRY-I PRACTICAL
(CHT-107)
L T P/D Practical: 40 Marks
- - 2 Sessional: 10 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
EXPERIMENTS
1. Determination of total hardness of water by EDTA titration.
2. Determination of temporary and permanent hardness by water by EDTA titration.
3. Estimation of calcium and magnesium hardness of water separately by EDTA titration.
4. Estimation ofCu in copper alloy/ore solution.
5. Estimation of ferrous and ferric iron present in the given solution with K-zCrzOy
using external indicator.
6. Estimation of ferrous and ferric iron in given solution by internal indicator
method.
7. Estimation of total iron in a solution of iron ore by Kmn04 method.
8. Estimation of calcium as CaO volumetrically in cement.
9. Determination of the available chlorine in bleaching powder and to find out the chlorine demand of the given water sample.
10. Analysis of coal for moisture and ash contents.
11. To determine the Ion exchange capacity of a given cation exchanger/anion
exchanger.
12. Estimation of mangenese dioxide in pyrolusite.
13. Determination of the composition of a liquid mixture by surface tension method using Stalagmometer.
14.
- Conductometric determination of hydrochloric acid with standard NaOH,
- Conductometric determination of acetic acid with standard NaOH.
15. Conductometric determination of the composition of a mixture of acetic acid and hydrochloric acid with standard NaOH.
B. Tcch, 1 Semester & 2 Sem
(Common to all branches )
Basic Electrical Engineering ( ELT- 107)
List of Experiments
1. To draw Phaser diagram to scale (or series RL and RC circuits for different value ol'current & keeping applied voltage constant. R L - at 50 V and R C at 200 V Measure the resistance ol'choke.
2. To draw a graph between Current Vs Capacitance in Series RLC Circuit and Calculate inductance using results of resonance.
3. To measure three-phase power with Two-wattmeter method for balanced and unbalanced Loads connected in Star.
4. To Calibrate single phase Energy meter at unity power factor at (1) Full load (2) alf Load (3) Quarter Load.
5. To Perform load test on a single phase transformer and plot load current Vs (a) Terminal voltage (b) Efficiency
6. To measure Iron loss in a single phase transformer and to Find equivalent circuit parameters by performing open circuit and short circuit (e.sts.
7. To perform load lest on a DC shunt motor and plot out put Vs
(a) Input current (1) Speed (c) Torque and (d) Efficiency
B. Tech I/II Semester
(Common to all branches)
COMPUTER LAB
(COT-103)
L T P/D Practical: 40 Marks
- - 2/2 Sessional: 10 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
1. Understand the concept of operating system and learn related commands
Write C programs for following :
2. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division of 2 numbers.
3. Find max and min of 3 numbers
4. Using while loop, find
S = 1 + 3 + 5 + ... up to N
S = x + x^{2}/2 + x^{3}/3... N terms
Repeat these exercises using do-while loop.
- Using for loop, calculate.
S = x + x^{3}/3! + x^{5}/5... N terms
6. Using loops, print following design
(a) 1 (b)
12 *
123 ***
…N lines *****
7. Read 2 numbers. Read the choice of operation. Add them if + is pressed. Subtract if-is pressed. Similarly for multiplication (*) and division(/).
8. Repeat exercise 7 such that program gets repeated again and again until user wants to exit.
9. Using function, compute "C_{m}.
10. Using 1-d array, read n numbers and find average. Also find the largest of these numbers. Use functions to implement these operations. Write modular programs for the following:
- Implement following operations on matrices
- Addition of two matrices.
- Transpose of a matrix
- Multiplication of two matrices
B. Tech I Semester
(Common to all branches)
WORKSHOP PRACTICAL-I
(MET-105)
L T P/D Practical: 40 Marks
- - 2 Sessional: 10 Marks
Total : 50 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
Introduction to various shops:
1. Machine Shop, Fitting Shop, Pattern Making, Foundry Shop and Welding Shop.
Machine Shop:
1. Introduction to conventional machine tools. i.e. Lathe machine, Milling Machine, Planner, Shaper and Hacksaw Machine etc.
2. Machine Operation on Lathe Machine i.e. facting, Turning, Step turning, Drilling etc.
3. Introduction to non-conventional machining. CNC and Automates.
Fitting Shop:
1. Introduction to various cutting, separating, parting, operational tools used in fitting shop.
2. Fitting operation fitting, drilling, tapping etc.
Pattern Making Shop:
1. Types of wood used in pattern making, its classification characteristics, its
treatment etc.
2. Introduction of various operations in pattern making, its purpose and uses,
operations on joints, i.e. planning, cutting, grooving etc.
Foundry Shop:
1. Basics of foundry, various operations, introduction to various equipments.
Welding Shop:
1. Introduction to welding, welding types, classification, safety precautions,
2. Operation on are welding with bull joint.
Note:
Out of (Welding Shop 2) at least (Pattern Making Shop 2) are compeulsory.
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
MATHEMATICS-II (MAT-l04)
L T P Theory : 75 Marks
3 1 - Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
PART-A
1. Differential Equations and their applications:
Leibnitz's Bernoulli's and exact differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients, Method of under remind coefficients, Method of variation of parameters, Reducible to linear equation with constant coefficients (Cauchy’s and Legendre’s equations), Application to orthogonal trajectories and current flow in circuits. (9L)
2. Partial Differential Equations:
Formation of Partial Differential Equations, Lagrange’s linear Partial Differential Equations, First order non-linear Partial Differential Equations (Standard forms and Charpit’s method), Homogeneous and non-homogeneous P. D. Equations with constant coefficients. (7L)
PART-B
1. Laplace Transforms:
Laplace transform of elementary functions, shifting property, inverse Laplace transforms, transforms of derivatives, transforms of integrals, transform of functions multiplied and divided by the t, Laplace transforms of periodic functions, convolution theorem. Application of Laplace transforms to solve ordinary linear differentiate equations and simultaneous differential equations with constant coefficients. Unit step function, second shifting property, unit impulse function. Application to electrical circuits. (10L)
2. Fourier Series:
Definition, Drichlet's conditions, Euler's formulae, change of interval, Fourier series of odd and even functions, Half-range sine and cosine series, practical harmonic analysis. (6L)
5. Multiple Integrals:
Double Integral:
Evaluation of double integral, change of order of integration, double integrals in polar coordinates, application of double integral to find area enclose by plane curves and volume of solids. (5L)
Tripple Integral:
Evaluation of triple integrals, change of variables, volume of solids. (5L)
Note to Paper Setter:
Set 9 questions in all, 4 from Part-A, 5 from Part-B, Candidates have to attempt 5 questions selecting atleast 2 questions from each part.
Books Recommended:
1. Differential Equations : M. T. M. Piaggio
2. Elements of partial differential equations : I. N. Sneddon
3. Advanced Engg. Mathematics : E. Kreyzic
4. Higher Mathematics for Engineers : I. S. Sokolnikoff
5. Differential and Integral Calculus (Vol.2) : N. Piskunov
6. Higher Engg. Mathematics : B. S. Grewal
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
PHYSICS-II (PHT-l06)
L T P Theory : 75 Marks
3 1 - Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
UNIT-I: SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Crystal Structure:
Space Lattice, unit cell and translation vectors; Miller indices, Simple crystal structure, Bonding in solids. (6)
Free Electron Theory:
Elements of classical free electron theory and its limitations, quantum theory of free electrons, Fermilevel, Density of states, Fermi-Dirac distribution function, Thermionic emission, Richardson’s equation. (5)
Band Theory of Solids:
Origin of energy bands, Kronig Penney Model (qualitative), E-K diagrams, Brillouin Zones, Concept of effective mass and holes, Classification into metals, Semiconductors and insulators, Fermi energy and its variation with temperature, Hall effect and its applications (5)
Photoconductivity and Photovoltaics:
Photoconductivity in insulating crystals, variation with illumination, effect of traps, applications of photoconductivity, Photovoltaics, Photovoltaic cells and their characteristics. (5)
Magnetic Properties of Solids:
Atomic magnetic moments, orbital diamagnetism, classical theory of paramagnetism, ferro magnetism, molecular field theory and domains. (5)
Superconductivity:
Discovery, Experimental facts and applications. (2)
UNIT-II: MODERN OPTICS
Lasers and Fibre Optics:
Spontaneous and stimulated emission ; Laser action, Characteristics of laser beam-concepts of coherence, He-Ne and semiconductor lasers (simple ideas),applications. Propagation of light in fibres; numerical aperture, single mode and multi mode fibres, applications. (7)
Suggested Books:
1. Introduction to Solid State Physics : Charles Kittel
2. Solid State Physics : S.O.Pillai
3. Lasers: Theory and Applications : Thyagarajan and Ghatak
NOTE:
EIGHT questions are to be set- SIX from Unit-I, TWO from Unit-II and the candidates will be required to attempt FIVE QUESTIONS selecting at least ONE from EACH unit.
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
CHEMISTRY-II
(CHT-106)
L T P Theory : 75 Marks
2 1 - Sessional: 25 Marks
Total : 100 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
1. Polymer Technology:
Organic polymers-types and mechanism of polymerisation (free radical. anionic, cationic and coordination), thermoplastic (low and high density polythenes PMMA) and thermosetting resins (bakelite. epoxy). Inorganic polymers-preparation. properties and uses of silicones. 06L
2. Coal:
Proximate and ultimate analysis, liqnilaction and gasification. 03L
3. Water:
Demineralization. desalination. formation of deposits in boilers, scale and sludge formation: their composition, properties and methods of prevention. D.O., B.O.D., C.O.D. and their significance. Surface water pollution and self-purification (including degradation of carbohydrates. proteins and lipids). 07L
4. Petrochemicals:
Sources of petrochemicals, CNG Basic building block processes-thermal cracking (mechanism. production of ethylene and co-products, petrochemicals from ethylene and propylene) and catalytic reforming (mechanism, production of BTX aromatics). petrochemicals from BTX aromatics. 06L
5. Lubricants:
Principle and mechanism of lubrication, dewaxing of oil fraction, acid and solvent refining. properties of refined oils (viscosity. viscosity index, acid value. Sapoinification value. iodine value, pour point, cloud point, aniline point) and their determination, lubricating greases and their penetration and drop point tests, solid
lubricants. their structure and uses. 06L
Books Recommended:
1. Engineering Chemistry. Jain & Jain. Dhanpat Rai & Sons, New Delhi.
- Applied Chemistry. Theory and Practice. O. P. Vermani & A. K. Narula. New Age International Publishers. New Delhi.
- Introduction to Petrochemicals. Sukumar Maiti. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi.
Note for Paper Setter:
Eight questions should be set in all. The students should be asked to attempty any five questions.
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
ENGINEERING GRAPHIC-II (MAT-l03)
L T P Theory : 100 Marks
- - 6 Sessional: 50 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
Curves:
Conies. Cycloid. Epicycloid. Hypocycloid. Involute. Evolute. Spiral.
Inter-Section:
Interpenctration of simple solids i.e. prism with prism. Cylinder with cylinder. Cylinder with prism, cone-with cylinder and cone with prism (AXIS of solids horizontal or vertical only).
Development:
Development or right and oblique prism. Cylinder. Cone and pyramids. Sectioned solids. Practical Problems.
Isometric Projections:
Isometric scale. Isometric projections of simple solids and their combinations.
Engineering Graphics Standards:
Projections. Sectioning. Conventional representation. Dimensioning. Basis of tolerancing and surface finish symbols. BIS. ISO. DIN.
Fasteners:
Screw. Threads and threaded fasteners. Rivets and riveted joints. Welds and
welded joints.
Machine Drawing:
Free hand drawing of simple machine parts i.e. cotter joint, knuckle joint and shaft couplings, pipe fittings and pipe joints.
Suggested Books:
1. Engineering Drawing : N. D. Bhatt
2. Machine Drawing : N. D. Bhatt
3. Machine Drawing : N. Sidlieshwar
4. Engineering Drawing : P. S. Gill
5. Machine Drawing : P. S. Gill
6. Fundamentals of Engg. Drawing : Luzadder & Duff (PHI)
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
PHYSICS-II (PRACTICAL)
(PHT-l10)
L T P Practical: 25
- - 2/2 Sessional: 25
Time : 3 Hrs
EXPERIMENTS
1. To calibrate an electromagnet using Guoy’s balance.
2. To measure Hall’s co-efficient of Germanium and calculation of charge carrier concentration.
3. To measure
a. Saturation magnetization.
b. Coercivity and
- Retentivity in a given ferromagnetic material.
- To measure the velocity of ultrasonic waves in organic liquids.
- To verify Richardson’s thermionic emission equation.
- To study the decay of charge on a capacitor and to find its capacitance.
- To determine e/m of an electron.
- To study I/V characteristics and rectification properties of a semiconductor diode.
- To study characteristics of a thermistor.
- To determine the resistivity of a semiconductor by four probe method.
- To determine the band gap of germanium from the variation of its resistivity with temperature.
- To study the intensity response of a cadmium sulphide cell.
- To study a G..M. counter.
- To draw the I-V characteristics of a solar cell under constant illumination.
NOTE: Students are required to do any eight experiments.
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
CHEMISTRY-II (PRACTICAL)
(CHT-l08)
L T P Viva-Voce : 25 Marks
- - 2 Sessional: 25 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
EXPERIMENTS
1. Determination of Alkalinity of Irrigation water.
2. Determination of Nitrite in KN02/NaN02.
3. Determination of D.O. in the given sample of water.
4. Determination of C.O.D.of a waste water.Absorption of Oxalic acid on charcoal.
5. Determination of percentage of acetic acid in vinegar sample/Analysis of antacid tablets.
6. Preparation ofphenol-HCHO resin. Cellulose-acetate resin/urea-HCHO resin.
7. Determination of acid value of an oil.
8. Determination of iodine value of an oil.
9. Determination of saponification value of an oil.
10. Determination of saponification value of an oil.
11. Determination of flash point by Abel's flash point apparatus and Pensky Marten's apparatus.
12. Determination of viscosity of Lubricants by Redwood Viscometers.
13. Determination of the amount of combined and free chlorine residuals present in the given sample of water.
14. To determine (a) X,max of a solution of cobalt chloride(b) Verify Beer's law and apply it to fine the concentration of the given unknown solution by
spectrophotometer.
15. (i) Acrolein test for glycerol.
(ii) Test for unsaturation of fatty acids in lipid sample.
- Identification of the nature of carbohydrates in a given sample.
B. Tech II Semester
(Common to all branches)
WORKSHOP PRACTICAL-II
(MET-106)
L T P/D Practical: 25 Marks
- 3 2 Sessional: 25 Marks
Total : 50 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
EXPERIMENTS
1. Study of various and their utilities of a single points cutting tool and multi point Cutting Tools: i.e. drills and milling cutters in ASA system.
2. Prepare a job on a lathe having various operations viz. Drilling, boring, taper turning, thread cutting, knurling, etc.
3. Prepare a wooden pattern of the given item considering allowances etc.
4. Prepare a mould and casting of the pattern Sr. No. 3 prepared above.
5. study of electrical wiring, material tools used safety precautions, various circuits, its installation, inspection, earthing, distribution boxes and switches, etc.
6. Study and exercise on household wiring.
7. Study and exercise on staircase wiring.
8. Study and exercise on godown wiring.
9. Introduction to laboratory, its significance, various equipments available in it and their application in industry.
10. Study of linear, angular measuring devices and to measure the linear and angular dimensions using various equipments.
- Study of various comparators and practice on it.
12. Practice of welding by electric arc welding in flat, horizontal and vertical position.
Note:
Out of above experiments 8 must be completed covering all shops.
B. Tech III/IV Semester
(Common to all branches)
MATHEMATICS-III
(MAT-201/202)
L T P Theory : 75 Marks
3 1 - Sessional: 50 Marks
Total : 125 Marks
Time : 3 Hrs
Part-A:
FINITE DIFFERENCES AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
1. Finite Differences:
Finite differences, Difference operators, Newton's forward and backward interpolation formulae, Bessel’s formula and Stirling’s formula, Lagrange’s interpolation formula for unequal intervals, Numerical differentiation. Numerical Integration: Newton-cote’s quadrature formula (Trapezoidal rule, Simpason’s 1/3 and 3/8 rule), Gaussian quadrature formula. (9L)
2. Difference Equations:
Formation of difference equations, solution of linear difference quations. (4L)
Part-B:
NUMERICAL MCTLIODS WITH PROGRAMMING
1. Numerical Solution of algebraic and transcendental Equations:
Bisection method, Rcgula-FaIsi method, Newton Raphson method. Secant
method. (4L)
2. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equatins:
Gauss elimination method, Gauss-Jordan method, Crouts triangularisation method, Jacobi’s iteration method, Gauss-seidal iteration method. (5L)
3. Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations:
Picard’s method, Ruler’s method, Runge-***** method, Milne’s predictor-
corrector method, Adams-Bashforth method. (6L)
Part-C
1. Statistical Methods:
Method of Least Square and curve fitting, Correlation, Coefficient of Correlation, Rank correlation Regression and lines of Regression, Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution and Normal distribution with their properties and applications. (8L)
2. Operational Research:
Linear programming problems formulation. Solving linear programming problems using i) Graphical mejthods ii) Simplex method iii) Dual Simplex method. (5L)
Note to Paper Setter:
Set 9 questions in all, 3 from each part. Candidates have to attempt 5 questions selecting, atleast 1 question from each part.
Books Recommended:
- Numerical Methods for Engineers : Steven C. Chapra
- Numerical Mathematical Analysis : James B. Scarborough
- Mathematical Analysis in Engineering : Chang C. Mei
- Statistical Theory with Engineering Application : A. Hald
- Mathematical Statistics : C. E. Weatherburn
- Operational Research : H. A. Taha
- Higher Engineering Mathematics : B. S. Grewal
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