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## SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY, KOLHAPUR, syllabus of FE Part- I and II of all branches (except Textile & Architecture) under the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.

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ENGINEERING

Syllabus
Structure

(From the
Academic Year 2007-2008)

(Course
common to all branches except Architecture and Textile Engineering.)

INSTRUCTION

A] There are
two groups in each semester :

1. Physics Group and

2.
Chemistry Group

Allotment
of groups to students:

a)
Semester – I : 50% students from each college will be
admitted to Physics

Group and
remaining 50% will be admitted to Chemistry Group. The

concerned
College will decide the number and names of the students to be

admitted
in physics and chemistry groups and inform the same to the

University.

b) Semester
– II : The students for Physics group in
semester-I will be

admitted
to Chemistry Group in semester-II. The students for Chemistry

Group in
semester-I will be admitted to Physics Group in semester-II

B] _ +
The duration of theory paper for the subject Engineering
Graphics

will be 4
Hrs.

_ _ Practical
hours in the Subject ‘Basic Electronics and Computer

Programming
in ‘C’’ are to be utilized for Computer Programming in

‘C’ only
and the term work will be assessed on the basis of computer

programming
in ‘C’ only.

C]

Term Work
:

The term
work shall be assessed based on a) the record of attendance, b)

term work
done, c) the written/ practical / oral tests on the term work to

decide the
depth of understanding. The term work is to be assessed

weekly.

.

4

INSTRUCTIONS
ONLY TO EXAMINATION SECTION OF

UNIVERSITY

AND PAPER
SETTERS

A) Nature
of the question papers :

1. There
should be two sections carrying 50 marks each.

2. There
should be four questions in each section and three questions

should be
attempted from each section.

B)
Guidelines for setting the “Engineering graphics (Semester–I)” question

paper for
University Examinations :

1. Four
questions (Question No. 1 to 4) should be set based on Section-I and

four
question (Question No. 5 to 8) should be set based on Section-II.

2. Three
questions from Section-I and three questions from Section-II should

be solved
by the students in the examination.

3. Out of
these. Question No. 1 should be compulsory which will be based on

Topic No.
2 and 3 (carrying 24 marks) and remaining 3 questions from

Section-I
will be based on Topics No. 1, 3 and 4. (carrying 13 marks each).

Out of
these 3 questions, any 2 questions can be solved, by the students.

4.
Question No. 5 from Section-II should be compulsory which will be based

on Topic
No. 5 (Orthographic views) carrying 24 marks. The remaining 3

questions
from Section-II should be set on Topic No. 6, 7, and 8. (carrying

13 marks
each). Out of these 3 questions any 2 questions can be solved by

the
students.

5. The
size of the answers sheets (Drawing sheets) for solving the questions in

the
examination should be of half imperial size (A3 size).

.

First Year
Engineering

SEMESTER
–I

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

1.
ENGINEERING PHYSICS

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1.
Acoustics and Ultrasonic :

Acoustics
:

Basic
requirement for the acoustically good hall, reverberation and time of

reverberation,
Sabine’s formula (no derivation), absorption coefficient, factors

affecting
the architectural acoustics and their remedy.

Ultrasonics
:

Production
of ultrasonic waves by magnetostriction method and piezoelectric

method,
properties of ultrasonic waves, determination of wavelength

and
velocity of ultrasonic waves, applications of ultrasonic waves such as flow

detection,
drilling, welding, soldering, cleaning. (7)

2.
Diffraction, Polarization and Photometry :

Diffraction
:

Diffraction
(review), diffraction grating - construction, theory and

determination
of wavelength, resolving power, resolving power of plain

transmission
grating.

Polarization
:

Polarization
(review), double refraction, Huygens’ theory, photo elasticity,

optical
activity, Laurent’s half shade polarimeter.

Photometry
:

Standard
candle, secondary standards, luminous flux, lumen etc., inverse

square
law, units of intensity of illumination, photo voltaic photometer. (6)

3. Laser :

Interaction
of radiation with matter - absorption, spontaneous emission,

stimulated
emission, meta stable state, pumping energy, population inversion,

characteristics
of laser, types of LASER – Ruby laser, semiconductor laser,

applications
of laser - industrial and medical, Holography - principle,

construction,
reconstruction, properties and applications. (7)

4. Fibre
optics :

Principle,
concept and cross sectional view of fibre optics, propagation of

light
through cladded fibre, acceptance angle and acceptance cone (no

derivation),
fractional refractive index change, numerical aperture, modes of

propagation,
types of optical fibre, applications (medical, military,

entertainment,
communication), optical fibre sensors, advantages. (8)

SECTION –
II

5. Nuclear
Energy :

Nuclear Fission
:

Discovery
of fission, energy released by 1 Kg. of U235 ,
chain reaction,

explosive
chain reaction and critical size, nuclear reactor and their

classification,
essentials of nuclear reactor, power reactor.

Nuclear
Fusion :

Nuclear
fusion (p-p chain, c-n cycle), controlled fusion reaction (DD and

DT chain),
ignition temperature, Lawson criterion, inertial confinement. (8)

6.
Crystallography – I :

Space
lattice, the basis and the crystal structure, unit cell, the seven crystal

system and
Bravais space lattice, number of atoms per unit cell, atomic radius,

coordination
no., packing factor calculation of lattice constants, directions,

planes and
Miller indices - procedure, features and sketches for different

planes and
directions, relation between interplaner distance and Miller indices,

the
symmetry elements in a cubic crystals- centre, plane, axis of symmetry.

(8)

7.
Crystallography – II :

X-ray
diffraction (Laue method), Bragg's law, Bragg's x-ray spectrometer,

Bragg's
law and crystal structure, crystallography by powder method. (5)

8.
Superconductivity :

Discovery,
zero electrical resistance, persistent current, effect of

temperature
and external magnetic field, Meissner effect, type-I and type-II

superconductors,
the BCS theory, Josephson effect, applications. (7)

Term work
:

List of
Experiments ;

1.
Biprism.

2.
Cylindrical obstacle.

3.
Calculation of divergence of LASER beam.

4.
Determination of wavelength of LASER using diffraction grating.

5.
Diffraction grating.

6.
Polarimeter.

7.
Verification of inverse square law of intensity of light.

8.
Resolving power of plain transmission grating.

9.
Measurement of band gap energy.

10. Study
of crystal structure.

11. Study
of symmetry elements of cube.

12.
Determination of ‘d’ (interplaner distance) using XRD pattern.

13.
Determination of e/m of an electron.

Out of the
above, a minimum of 8 experiments are to be performed .

References
:

1. Resnick
Halliday, Physics Volume-I, Krane -John Wiley & Sons Pub.

2. Resnick
Halliday, Physics Volume-II, Krane -John Wiley & Sons Pub.

3. R. K.
Gaur & Gupta S. L, Engineering Physics -.

Dhanapat
Rai Publication.

4. M. N.
Avadhanulu & P. G. Kshirsagar - A Text Book of Engineering

Physics
-S. Chand Publication.

5. B. L.
Theraja -Modern Physics - S. Chand & Company Ltd., Delhi.

6.
Subramanyam & Brij Lal, A Text Book of Optics –

S. Chand
& Company (P.) Ltd.

7. S. O. Pillai,
Solid State Physics : Structure & Electron Related Properties,

Eastern
Ltd,, New Age International Ltd.

8. Charles
Kittle, Introduction to Solid State Physics - Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.

9. L.
Tarasov, M. R. Shrinivasan, Physics for Engineers -

New Age International
(P) Ltd.

10. L.
Tarasov, Laser Physics and Applications - Mir Publishers.

11. Gerd
Keiser, Optical Fibre Communication -,

Mc-Graw
Hill International Edition

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

1.
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

SECTION –
I

1. Water
(10)

Introduction,
water quality parameters (definition, causes and estimation)

like total
solids, acidity, alkalinity, chlorides, dissolved oxygen and hardness.

Hardness:
Types of water, causes of hardness, types, units, calculation of hardness, ill

effects of
hard water in various industries and in boilers. Treatment of hard water for

domestic
purposes by sedimentation, coagulation and sterilization (chlorination),

treatment
of water for industrial purposes by cold and hot lime soda, zeolite and ion

exchange
process. [Numerical problems on calculation of hardness].

2.
Instrumental methods of Chemical Analysis (8)

Introduction,
advantages and disadvantages of instrumental and noninstrumental

methods,
pH-metry: Introduction, equation and working of pH meter,

Glass
electrode: principle, construction, working, advantages and disadvantages,

applications
of pH-metry. Potentiometry : Introduction, measurement of e.m.f. by

potentiometer,
application to acid-base titration. Spectrometry: Laws of spectrometry,

single
beam spectrophotometer, Chromatography: introduction, classification,

Partition
Chromatography: Paper, thin layer and column, Thin layer Chromatography

(TLC) and
Gas Liquid Chromatography (GLC).

3.
Lubricants (6)

Introduction,
classification, types of lubrications (fluid film, boundary

and
extreme pressure), characteristics of lubricants: viscosity, viscosity index,
flash

point,
fire point, cloud point and pour point, general criteria for selection of
lubricants

and
selection of lubricants for delicate machines, IC engines, steam turbines and

cutting
tools.

4.
Metallic Materials (4)

Introduction,
alloys, purposes of making alloys, classification of alloys,

composition,
properties and applications of plain carbon steels (mild, medium and

high
carbon steel ), Copper alloys: Brass and bronze, Aluminium alloys: Duralumin

and
alnico, Nickel alloys : Nichrome.

SECTION –
II

5. Fuels
(6)

Introduction,
classification, calorific value and its units, characteristics of

good
fuels, comparison among solid, liquid and gaseous fuels, types of calorific
value

(higher
and lower), calculation of calorific value by Dulong's formula, determination

of
calorific value by Bomb and Boy’s calorimeter, proximate and ultimate analysis
of

coal.
[Numerical problems on Dulong's formula, Bomb and Boy’s calorimeter].

6.
Polymers (7)

Introduction,
polymers and polymerization, addition and condensation

polymerization,
Plastics: definition, types, (thermosetting and thermosoftening),

compounding
of plastics. Rubbers: Definition, types, properties of natural rubbers,

vulcanization,
synthetic rubber, Important thermosoftening polymers like polythene,

polystyrene,
polyvinyl chloride, phenol formaldehyde and urea formaldehyde.

Important
thermosetting polymers like polyurethane, silicone rubber, conducting

polymers
and biopolymers (preparation, properties and applications).

7. Ceramic
Materials (5)

Introduction,
classification, properties of ceramics (polymorphism,

ceramic
bonding, insulation etc.), Cement: Types of cement (natural, puzzolonic,

slag,
Portland and special type of cements) and their applications, Portland cement:

Chemical
and compound composition, manufacture of Portland cement by wet

process,
setting and hardening of Portland cement with chemical reactions.

8.
Corrosion and its prevention (10)

Introduction,
corrosion and its causes, classification, Atmospheric

corrosion:
Corrosion due to oxygen and other gases (Hydrogen embrittlement and

decarburisation),
Electrochemical corrosion: Hydrogen evolution and oxygen

absorption
mechanism, factors influencing corrosion, testing and measurement of

corrosion
by weight loss method, Prevention of corrosion by proper design and

material
selection, cathodic and anodic protection, application of metallic coatings by

hot
dipping, metal cladding, spraying and electroplating.

A)
Laboratory work : (Any EIGHT out of following)

1)
Determination of total hardness of a sample of water using

disodium
salt of EDTA.

2)
Determination of chloride content of a water sample.

3)
Determination of acidity of a water sample.

4)
Determination of alkalinity of a water sample.

5)
Preparation of phenol formaldehyde resin

6)
Preparation of urea formaldehyde resin

7)
Estimation of rate of corrosion of aluminium in acidic and basic medium.

8)
Estimation of copper from brass by using standard sodium

thio
sulphate solution.

9)
Estimation of zinc in brass solution.

10)
Determination of viscosity of a lubricant by Ostwald's viscometer.

11)
Proximate analysis of coal moisture, volatile matter.

12)
Proximate analysis of coal (ash)

B)
Demonstration experiments : (Any TWO )

1)
Demonstration of pH meter.

2)
Demonstration of potentiometer.

3)
Demonstration of photo-colorimeter / spectrophotometer.

References
: (Subject)

1. M. M.
Uppal, A textbook of Engineering Chemistry., Khanna Publishers,

Delhi.

2. S. S.
Dara, A textbook of Engineering Chemistry., S.Chand and Co. New

Delhi.

3. Jain and
Jain, Engineering Chemistry., Dhanpat Rai and Co. (Pvt.) Ltd, Delhi

4. Dr. A.
K. Pahari and Dr. B. S. Chauhan, Engineering Chemistry.

Laxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi

5. Shashi
Chawla, A text Book of Engineering Chemistry,

Dhanpat
Rai and Co. (Pvt.) Ltd, Delhi

6. S. K.
Singh, Fundamentals of Engineering Chemistry,

New Age
International (P) Ltd Publishers, New Delhi.

7. Chatwal
and Anand, Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis., Himalaya

Publishing
House.

References
: (Term Work)

1) S. S.
Dara, Experiments and calculations in Engineering Chemistry.,

S.Chand
and Co. New Delhi.

2) Dr.
Sudha Rani, Laboratory manual on Engineering Chemistry.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

2.
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – I

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Tutorials : 1 Term Work : 25

SECTION –
I

1. Matrix
:

1.1 Rank
of matrix, definition, normal form and Echelon form

1.2
Consistency and solution of simultaneous linear homogeneous and

Non-homogeneous
equations (6)

2. Eigen
Values and Eigen vectors :

2.1 Linear
dependence of vectors

2.2 Eigen
Values, Eigen vectors and properties

2.3
Cayley-Hamilton's theorem (6)

3. Complex
Numbers :

3.1 Roots
of complex numbers by De Moivre's Theorem

3.2
Expansion of sinn R and cosn
R in terms of sines and

cosines of
multiples of R

3.3
Expansion of sinnR and cosnR in powers of sin R and cos R (6)

4.
Hyperbolic Functions :

4.1
Definition

4.2
Inverse Hyperbolic functions

4.3
Separation into real and imaginary parts (3)

SECTION –
II

1.
Successive Differentiation :

1.1 nth
order derivative of standard functions : (i) (ax + b)n
, (ii) (ax + b) -1,

(iii) log
(ax + b), (iv) sin (ax + b), (v) cos (ax + b), (vi) eax,

(vii) eax
sin (ax + b), (viii) eax cos
( ax + b)

1.2
Lebnitz theorem on nth derivative of
product of two functions (5)

2.
Expansion of Functions :

2.1
Taylor's theorem and Taylor's series

2.2
Meclaurin's theorem and Meclaurin's expansion

2.3
Indeterminate forms and L' Hospital's rule (5)

3. Partial
Differentiation :

3.1
Introduction

3.2
Composite function, Chain Rule and Total derivative

3.3
Euler's theorem on homogeneous function of two variables (5)

4.
Application of Partial Differentiation :

4.1
Jacobian, Properties of Jacobian, Jacobian of Implicit function,

Partial
derivatives of Implicit function using Jacobian

4.2 Errors
and Approximation

4.3 Maxima
and Minima of functions of two variables (6)

General
instructions :

1.
Batchwise tutorials are to be conducted. The number of students per

batch
should be as per the university pattern for practical batches.

2. Minimum
number of assignments should be 8 covering all topics.

References
:

1. J. N.
Wartikar - A text book of Applied Mathematics, Vol.-I and II

Pune
Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.

2. Dr. B.
S. Grewal - Higher Engineering Mathematics,

Khanna
Publishers, Delhi.

3. N. P.
Bali, Iyengar - A textbook of Engineering Mathematics,

Laxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi.

4. Erwin
Kreyszig - Advanced Engineering Mathematics, New Age

International
(P) Ltd. Publishers.

5. H. K.
Dass - Advanced Engineering Mathematics.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

3. APPLIED
MECHANICS

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_

SECTION –
I

1. Basic
concepts and fundamental laws, force, moment and couple, resolution

and
composition of force, system of forces, resultant, Varignon's theorem and

law of
moments. (6)

2. Lami's
theorem, free body diagram, two force and three force members,

Equilibrium
of forces, equilibrium equations, surface friction. (7)

3. Types
of loads, types of supports, analysis of simple and compound beams,

virtual
work method for support reactions. (4)

4.
Centroid, moment of inertia of plane and composite figures, parallel and

perpendicular
axis theorems, moment of inertia of standard shapes from first

principle,
moment of inertia of composite figures, radius of gyration. (4)

SECTION –
II

1. Kinematics
of rectilinear motion, motion diagrams for under gravity constant

acceleration
motion, motion with variable acceleration : (5)

2.
Kinetics of linear motion, Newton's Law. De Alembert's principle,

work-energy
principle, Impulse - momentum principle. (6)

3.
Kinematics and kinetics of circular motion, rotation with constant and variable

angular
acceleration, centripetal and centrifugal force, condition of skidding

and
overturning. (5)

4.
Collision of elastic bodies ; direct central impact, oblique impact,
coefficient

of
restitution, loss of kinetic energy. (5)

Term work
:

A)
Experiments

Any four
experiments from

1. Law of
polygon of forces

2. Jib
crane

3. Bell
crank lever

4. Support
Reactions of Beam

5.
Fletures Trolley

6.
Centrifugal force

B)
Graphics Statics

1. To find
resultant - 3 problems

2. To find
support reactions - 3 problems

C)
Assignments based on Section-II (A minimum of 4 assignments)

References
:

1. S. S. Bhavikattis,
Engineering Mechanics, New Age International Pvt. Ltd.

2. R. K.
Bansal and Sanjay Bansal, Engineering Mechanics

3. F. P.
Beer and E. R. Johnston, Vector Mechanics for Engineers Vol.-I and II,

Tata
Mc-Graw Hill Publication.

4. K. I.
Kumar, Engineering Mechanics, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publication.

5. S. B.
Junnerkar, Engineering Mechanics.

6. Irving
H. Shames, Engineering Mechanics, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.

7. S. N.
Saluja, Applied Mechanics, Satya Prakashan, New Delhi.

8.
Ferdinand Singer, Engineering Mechanics by Statics and Dynamics,

Harper and
Row Publications.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

4.
ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

SECTION-I

1. Plane
curves : Regular Polygons up to hexagon. Ellipse,
Parabola and

Hyperbola,
Involute, Archimedian spiral and Cycloid only. (4)

2.
Projections of lines : Introduction to First angle and third angle

methods of
projection. Projections of points on regular and auxiliaryreference

planes
(Including coordinate system of points). Projections of

lines
(horizontal, frontal, oblique and Profile lines) on regular and auxiliary

reference
planes. True length of a line, Point View of a line, angles made by

the line
with reference planes. Projections of intersecting lines, Parallel

lines,
perpendicular lines, and skew lines. Distance between point and line,

grade and
bearing of a line. (8)

3.
Projections of planes : Projections on regular and on auxiliary

reference
planes. (Including coordinate system). Types of planes

(horizontal,
frontal, oblique and Profile planes), Edge view and True shape

of a
Plane. Angles made by the plane with Principle reference planes. Strike

and Dip of
the plane. (4)

4.
Projections of solids : Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinder and Cones. (5)

SECTION-II

5.
Orthographic views : Lines used, selection of views, spacing of

views. ISI
conventions used In drawing , dimensioning and sections.

Drawing
required views from given pictorial views (conversion of pictorial

views in
to orthographic views). (8)

6. Isometric
projections : Isometric scale, Isometric projections and

Isometric
views / drawings. Circles in isometric view. Isometric views of

simple
solids and objects. (6)

7.
Sections of solids : Prisms, Pyramids, Cylinders and Cones,

in simple
positions only. (4)

8.
Development of plane and curved surfaces : Prisms, Pyramids,
Cylinders

and Cones
along with cutting planes. (3)

Note : All
the above syllabus is to be covered according to the first angle

method of
projection.

Term work
:

The
following eight sheets to be drawn based on the above topics. All these

sheets
should be drawn on half imperial (A3 size) drawing sheets only.

Sr. No.
Title of sheets No. of sheets

1. Plane
curves 01

2.
Projections of lines 01

3.
Projections of planes 01

4.
Orthographic projections 01

5.
Isometric projections 01

6.
Projections of solids 01

7.
Sections of solids 01

8. Development
of Plane and curved

surfaces
of solids 01

References
:

1. N. D.
Bhatt, Engineering Drawing, Charotor Publication House, Bombay

2. W. J.
Luzadder, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing,

Prentice
Hall of India.

3. N. D.
Bhatt, Machine Drawing, Charotor Publication House, Bombay

4. Rowes,
Descriptive Geometry.

5. French
and Vierck, Graphic Science, Mc-Graw Hill International.

6. Sevsen
and Street, Engineering Drawing.

7. K.
Venugopal, Engineering Drawing and Graphics, New Age Publication

8. R. K.
Dhawan, A text book of Engineering Drawing, S. Chand and Co.

9. K. L.
Narayana, Machine Drawing, New Age Publication

10. N. B.
Shaha and B. C. Rana, Engineering Drawing, Pearson Education.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

5. BASIC
ELECTRONICS and COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

BASIC
ELECTRONICS

1)
Introduction to Passive Components (4 )

Resistors
- Fixed and Variable, Construction, Color coding, Specifications.

Capacitors
- Various Types, Construction, Color coding. Specifications

Inductors
- Types with Specification.

2) Semiconductor
Diode (6)

VI
characteristics, current components, drift and diffusion current, Diode

current
equation, temperature dependence of VI characteristics, diode

equivalent
circuits, diode resistance and capacitance, various breakdown

mechanisms.
Introduction to special semiconductor diodes - Zener diode, PIN

diode,
Photo diode, LED- construction, characteristics, symbol, equivalent

circuits.
(Numericals are expected).

3)
Transistors (6)

a. Bipolar
junction transistor - Construction, diode equivalent circuits.

Operation.
Different Transistor Configurations - CB, CE, CC. Input and

output
characteristics. Comparison between Configurations. Relation

between _,
_ and T.
Specifications.

b. Field
Effect Transistor - Construction, symbol. Types, working principle

of JFET.
Drain and transfer characteristics. Parameters of JFET.

(Numericals
are expected)

4)
Measuring Instruments (3)

i)
Introduction to volt meter, ammeter, ohm meter, multimeter.

ii)
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO) -Block diagram,

measurement
of voltage and frequency, component testing.

5) Number
Systems and Logic Gates (5)

Number
systems - Conversion of Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal. Binary coded

Decimal.
Introduction to logic gates - Basic and Derived Gates.

6) Nano
Technology (4)

a.
Introduction, Importance, Applications.

b. Impact
in various fields such as Medicine, Materials,

Electronics,
Computers etc.

c. Nano
Technology – Tools.

d.
Industrial Future and Market.

e.
Limitations

SECTION –
II

COMPUTER
PROGRAMMING

1.
Computer Fundamentals : (4)

a.
Classification of computers –

Mini,
Desktop, Micro, Mainframe, Super Computers

b.
Computer System Components – CPU

Input Unit
- keyboard, mouse, joystick, scanner

Output
Unit- monitor, printer, plotter

Storage
Unit - RAM, HDD, CDROM

c.
Applications of Computers

2.
Introduction to UNIX (2)

a.
Introduction to UNIX Operating System

b. Study
of basic UNIX / LINUX commands –

LS, CD
,CAT, MKDIR, RMDIR

c. Study of
VI editor

3.
Introduction to ‘C’ Language (6)

a.
Importance of ‘C’ Language, Sample ‘C’ Program,

Structure
of ‘C’ Program, Creation and Execution of ‘C’ Program.

b.
Constants, variables and data types.

c.
Operators and expressions.

d.
Managing input / output operations - printf, scanf, getchar, putchar.

4.
Decision and Control statements (5)

a.
Decision statements - if, if else, nested if else, switch, break, continue.

b. Control
statements - for, while, do while.

5. Arrays
and functions (6)

a.
Initialization and definition of one and two dimensional arrays,

Character
array and strings, String handling functions.

b.
Definition and declaration of function, types of functions, call by value.

6.
Structures and Unions (5)

a.
Declaration and initialization of structures, Array of structures,

Array
within structures, Structure within structures.

b.
Definition of union and its applications.

Practicals
:

A minimum
of 8 to 10 assignments as given below are to be carried out in the

practical
sessions on which the term work is to be assessed.

Assignments
based on :

1. Use of
Unix / Linux commands and vi editor.

2. I/O
functions. Creation and execution of “Hello World” program with

demonstration
on compilation, execution and debugging.

3.
Constants, variables and data types.

4.
Operators and expressions.

5.
Decision making statements.

6. Control
statements.

7. Arrays.

8.
Functions (call by value).

9.
Structures and Unions,

10.
Combinations of points mentioned in the assessments form 3 to 9.

References
:

Basic
Electronics:

1)
Boylestad, Nashelsky - Electronics Devices and Circuit Theory. -

Pearson
Education, Asia.

2) H. S.
Kalsi- Electronic Instrumentation -Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publication.

3) Floyd –
Digital Fundamentals – Pearson Education, Asia..

4) Dr.
Parag Diwan and Ashish Bhardwaj – The Nanoscope –

Encyclopedia
of Nano Science and Nano Technology – Pentagon

Press.

5) B.
Somnathan Nair – Electronic devices and applications – PHI

publications.

Computer
Programming:

1. ITL
Education Solutions Ltd., Introduction to Information Technology,

Pearson
Education

2. K.
Balaguruswamy, Programming in ANSI, C - (TGMH)

3. B.W.
Kernigghan and D. M. Ritchie, The ‘C’ Programming Language -

Pearson
Education

4.
Sunitabha Das, Unix concepts and applications - (TMGH)

5. Jason
J. Manger, Unix the complete book - A guide for the professional

user -
(Galgotia)

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

6.
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION - I

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
1 Theory : --

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_____________________________________________________________________

1)
Communication :- (3)

Nature and
Importance of Communication,

Process
and barriers to Communication,

Forms of
Communication

2)
Techniques of Communication :- (4)

a. Verbal
Communication - Techniques of Formal Speech, Meetings,

Interviews,
Group Discussion, Debate, Elocution, Extempore etc.

b.
Non-verbal Communication – Body Language.

3) Rapid
review of Grammar :- (4)

Corrections
of common errors,

Use of
phrases and idioms.

4) PrÃ©cis
writing :- (3)

Importance
and Techniques of prÃ©cis writing.

Term work
:

1. Formal
speech on following topics ;

a. About
myself, b. The problems I face while communicating

c. Topics
on current affairs

2. Group
Discussion on current topics.

3.
Vocabulary exercise – Synonyms, Antonyms, Phrases and Idioms.

4.
Language Lab. Sessions on phonetics and grammar.

5. Precise
writing exercises – Exercises of summarizing

English
Articles and News.

6. Games
on team building, communication and public speaking.

References
:

1. R. K.
Chaddha, Communication Techniques and skills –

Dhanpat
Rai Publication, New Delhi.

2. Pravil
S. R. Bhatia, Professional Communication Skills -

S. Chand
and Co., New Delhi.

3. J. D.
O’Connor, Better English pronounciation.

4. Wren
and Martin, High-school English Grammar and Composition –

S. Chand
and Co., New Delhi.

5. Sunita
Mishra, C. Muralikrishna, Communication Skills for Engineers –

Pearson
Education.

6. Aspi
Doctor, Principles and Practice of Business Communication -

Rhoda
Doctor, Sheth Publications, Mumbai.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

7.
WORKSHOP PRACTICE - I

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
--- Theory : --

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_____________________________________________________________________

A)
Computers:

1.
Introduction and identification of hardware components of a typical

computer
system.

2.
Assembling and Disassembling the PC.

3. Handling
and operating peripheral devices like printer, scanner, pen

drives,
CD-ROM, Multimedia Devices, UPS etc.

4.
Identification and study of communication elements like Single pair

wires
(phone lines), multi-pair wires (UTP), fibre-optic cables, printer

data
cables, connectors- RJ-45, RJ-9, RJ-11, USB, 9-Pin and 25-Pin

serial and
parallel connectors; converters- serial to USB, 9-Pin to 25-

Pin,
Vice-Versa and others.

5.
Troubleshooting and Maintenance of PC

a) POST
(power on self test) b) Virus c) Power related problems.

6.
Demonstration of multimedia features – running and handling of audio

and video
clips, use of CD Read / Write operations etc.

B)
Electronics :

1.
Demonstration and use of electrical and electronics hand and

power
tools.

2.
Measurement of resistor and capacitor, measurement of voltage and

frequency
using oscilloscope.

3.
Assembly of Electronic components on the printed circuit board (PCB)

4.
Demonstration and performance measurement of any two electronic

components
/ devices –

a. Diodes

b.
Transistor.

c. Logic
gates.

C ) -1
Carpentry involving dovetail / butt joint such as a tray, frame etc.

Reference
Books –

1) Mark
Minasi, The complete PC upgrade and maintenance guide -- BPB.

Publications.

Submission
of Journal:-

The term
work will consist of assignments for A , B and One Job in C

First Year
Engineering

SEMESTER
–II

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

1. ENGINEERING
PHYSICS

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1.
Acoustics and Ultrasonic :

Acoustics
:

Basic
requirement for the acoustically good hall, reverberation and time of

reverberation,
Sabine’s formula (no derivation), absorption coefficient, factors

affecting
the architectural acoustics and their remedy.

Ultrasonics
:

Production
of ultrasonic waves by magnetostriction method and piezoelectric

method,
properties of ultrasonic waves, determination of wavelength

and
velocity of ultrasonic waves, applications of ultrasonic waves such as flow

detection,
drilling, welding, soldering, cleaning. (7)

2. Diffraction,
Polarization and Photometry :

Diffraction
:

Diffraction
(review), diffraction grating - construction, theory and

determination
of wavelength, resolving power, resolving power of Plain

transmission
grating.

Polarization
:

Polarization
(review), double refraction, Huygens’ theory, photo elasticity,

optical
activity, Laurent’s half shade polarimeter.

Photometry
:

Standard
candle, secondary standards, luminous flux, lumen etc., inverse

square
law, units of intensity of illumination, photo voltaic photometer. (6)

3. Laser :

Interaction
of radiation with matter - absorption, spontaneous emission,

stimulated
emission, meta stable state, pumping energy, population inversion,

characteristics
of laser, types of LASER – Ruby laser, semiconductor laser,

applications
of laser - industrial and medical, Holography - principle,

construction,
reconstruction, properties and applications. (7)

4. Fibre
optics :

Principle,
concept and cross sectional view of fibre optics, propagation of

light
through cladded fibre, acceptance angle and acceptance cone (no

derivation),
fractional refractive index change, numerical aperture, modes of

propagation,
types of optical fibre, applications (medical, military,

entertainment,
communication), optical fibre sensors, advantages. (8)

SECTION –
II

5. Nuclear
Energy :

Nuclear
Fission :

Discovery
of fission, energy released by 1 Kg. of U235 ,
chain reaction,

explosive
chain reaction and critical size, nuclear reactors and their

classification,
essentials of nuclear reactor, power reactor.

Nuclear
Fusion :

Nuclear
fusion (p-p chain, c-n cycle), controlled fusion reaction (DD and

DT chain),
ignition temperature, Lawson criterion, inertial confinement. (8)

6.
Crystallography – I :

Space
lattice, the basis and the crystal structure, unit cell, the seven crystal

system and
Bravais space lattice, number of atoms per unit cell, atomic radius,

coordination
no., packing factor calculation of lattice constants, directions,

planes and
Miller indices - procedure, features and sketches for different

planes and
directions, relation between interplaner distance and Miller indices,

the
symmetry elements in a cubic crystals- centre, plane, axis of symmetry. (8)

7.
Crystallography – II :

X-ray
diffraction (Laue method), Bragg's law, Bragg's x-ray spectrometer,

Bragg's
law and crystal structure, crystallography by powder method. (5)

8.
Superconductivity :

Discovery,
zero electrical resistance, persistent current, effect of

temperature
and external magnetic field, Meissner effect, type-I and type-II

superconductors,
the BCS theory, Josephson effect, applications. (7)

Term work
:

List of
Experiments ;

1.
Biprism.

2.
Cylindrical obstacle.

3.
Calculation of divergence of LASER beam.

4.
Determination of wavelength of LASER using diffraction grating.

5.
Diffraction grating.

6.
Polarimeter.

7.
Verification of inverse square law of intensity of light.

8.
Resolving power of plain transmission grating.

9.
Measurement of band gap energy.

10. Study
of crystal structure.

11. Study
of symmetry elements of cube.

12.
Determination of ‘d’ (interplaner distance) using XRD pattern.

13.
Determination of e/m of an electron.

Out of the
above, a minimum of 8 experiments are to be performed .

References
:

1. Resnick
Halliday, Physics Volume-I, Krane -John Wiley & Sons Pub.

2. Resnick
Halliday, Physics Volume-II, Krane -John Wiley & Sons Pub.

3. R. K.
Gaur & Gupta S. L, Engineering Physics -.

Dhanapat
Rai Publication.

4. M. N.
Avadhanulu & P. G. Kshirsagar - A Text Book of Engineering

Physics
-S. Chand Publication.

5. B. L.
Theraja -Modern Physics - S. Chand & Company Ltd., Delhi.

6.
Subramanyam & Brij Lal, A Text Book of Optics –

S. Chand
& Company (P.) Ltd.

7. S. O.
Pillai, Solid State Physics : Structure & Electron Related Properties,

Eastern
Ltd,, New Age International Ltd.

8. Charles
Kittle, Introduction to Solid State Physics - Wiley India Pvt. Ltd.

9. L.
Tarasov, M. R. Shrinivasan, Physics for Engineers -

New Age
International (P) Ltd.

10. L.
Tarasov, Laser Physics and Applications - Mir Publishers.

11. Gerd
Keiser, Optical Fibre Communication -,

Mc-Graw
Hill International Edition

First Year
Engineering : Semester-I

1.
ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1. Water
(10)

Introduction,
water quality parameters (definition, causes and estimation)

like total
solids, acidity, alkalinity, chlorides, dissolved oxygen and hardness.

Hardness:
Types of water, causes of hardness, types, units, calculation of hardness, ill

effects of
hard water in various industries and in boilers. Treatment of hard water for

domestic
purposes by sedimentation, coagulation and sterilization (chlorination),

treatment
of water for industrial purposes by cold and hot lime soda, zeolite and ion

exchange
process. [Numerical problems on calculation of hardness].

2.
Instrumental methods of Chemical Analysis (8)

Introduction,
advantages and disadvantages of instrumental and noninstrumental

methods,
pH-metry: Introduction, equation and working of pH meter,

Glass
electrode: principle, construction, working, advantages and disadvantages,

applications
of pH-metry. Potentiometry : Introduction, measurement of E.M.F. by

potentiometer,
application to acid-base titration. Spectrometry: Laws of spectrometry,

single
beam spectrophotometer, Chromatography: introduction, classification,

Partition
Chromatography: Paper, thin layer and column, Thin layer Chromatography

(TLC) and
Gas Liquid Chromatography (GLC).

3.
Lubricants (6)

Introduction,
classification, types of lubrications (fluid film, boundary

and
extreme pressure), characteristics of lubricants: viscosity, viscosity index,
flash

point,
fire point, cloud point and pour point, general criteria for selection of
lubricants

and
selection of lubricants for delicate machines, IC engines, steam turbines and

cutting
tools.

4.
Metallic Materials (4)

Introduction,
alloys, purposes of making alloys, classification of alloys,

composition,
properties and applications of plain carbon steels (mild, medium and

high
carbon steel ), Copper alloys: Brass and bronze, Aluminium alloys: Duralumin

and
alnico, Nickel alloys : Nichrome.

SECTION –
II

5. Fuels
(6)

Introduction,
classification, calorific value and its units, characteristics of

good
fuels, comparison among solid, liquid and gaseous fuels, types of calorific
value

(higher and
lower), calculation of calorific value by Dulong's formula, determination

of
calorific value by Bomb and Boy’s calorimeter, proximate and ultimate analysis
of

coal.
[Numerical problems on Dulong's formula, Bomb and Boy’s calorimeter].

6.
Polymers (7)

Introduction,
polymers and polymerization, addition and condensation

polymerization,
Plastics: definition, types, (thermosetting and thermosoftening),

compounding
of plastics. Rubbers: Definition, types, properties of natural rubbers,

vulcanization,
synthetic rubber, Important thermosoftening polymers like polythene,

polystyrene,
polyvinyl chloride, phenol formaldehyde and urea formaldehyde.

Important
thermosetting polymers like polyurethane, silicone rubber, conducting

polymers
and biopolymers (preparation, properties and applications).

7. Ceramic
Materials (5)

Introduction,
classification, properties of ceramics (polymorphism,

ceramic
bonding, insulation etc.), Cement: Types of cement (natural, puzzolonic,

slag,
Portland and special type of cements) and their applications, Portland cement:

Chemical
and compound composition, manufacture of Portland cement by wet

process,
setting and hardening of Portland cement with chemical reactions.

8.
Corrosion and its prevention (10)

Introduction,
corrosion and its causes, classification, Atmospheric

corrosion:
Corrosion due to oxygen and other gases (Hydrogen embrittlement and

decarburisation),
Electrochemical corrosion: Hydrogen evolution and oxygen

absorption
mechanism, factors influencing corrosion, testing and measurement of

corrosion
by weight loss method, Prevention of corrosion by proper design and

material
selection, cathodic and anodic protection, application of metallic coatings by

hot
dipping, metal cladding, spraying and electroplating.

A)
Laboratory work : (Any EIGHT out of following)

1)
Determination of total hardness of a sample of water using

disodium
salt of EDTA.

2)
Determination of chloride content of a water sample.

3)
Determination of acidity of a water sample.

4)
Determination of alkalinity of a water sample.

5)
Preparation of phenol formaldehyde resin

6)
Preparation of urea formaldehyde resin

7)
Estimation of rate of corrosion of aluminium in acidic and basic medium.

8)
Estimation of copper from brass by using standard sodium

thio
sulphate solution.

9)
Estimation of zinc in brass solution.

10)
Determination of viscosity of a lubricant by Ostwald's viscometer.

11)
Proximate analysis of coal moisture, volatile matter.

12)
Proximate analysis of coal (ash)

B)
Demonstration experiments : (Any TWO )

1)
Demonstration of pH meter.

2)
Demonstration of potentiometer.

3)
Demonstration of photo-colorimeter / spectrophotometer.

References
: (Subject)

1. M. M.
Uppal, A textbook of Engineering Chemistry., Khanna Publishers,

Delhi.

2. S. S.
Dara, A textbook of Engineering Chemistry., S.Chand and Co. New

Delhi.

3. Jain
and Jain, Engineering Chemistry., Dhanpat Rai and Co. (Pvt.) Ltd, Delhi

4. Dr. A.
K. Pahari and Dr. B. S. Chauhan, Engineering Chemistry.

Laxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi

5. Shashi
Chawla, A text Book of Engineering Chemistry,

Dhanpat
Rai and Co. (Pvt.) Ltd, Delhi

6. S. K.
Singh, Fundamentals of Engineering Chemistry,

New Age
International (P) Ltd Publishers, New Delhi.

7. Chatwal
and Anand, Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis., Himalaya

Publishing
House.

References
: (Term Work)

1) S. S.
Dara, Experiments and calculations in Engineering Chemistry.,

S.Chand
and Co. New Delhi.

2) Dr.
Sudha Rani, Laboratory manual on Engineering Chemistry.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

2.
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
4 Theory : 100

Tutorials
: 1 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1.
Differential Equations of first order and first degree :

1.1 Exact
differential equations

1.2 Equations
reducible to exact equations

1.3 Linear
equations

1.4
Equations reducible to Linear form (8)

2.
Application of Differential Equations of first order and first degree :

2.1
Applications to Orthogonal trajectories

(Cartesian
and Polar equations)

2.2 Simple
Electrical Circuits (4)

3.
Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations of

first
order and first degree :

Numerical
Solution by

3.1
Picard's method

3.2
Taylor's series method

3.3
Euler's method

3.4
Modified Euler's method

3.5
Runge-Kutta fourth order formula (8)

4.
Numerical Differentiation :

4.1
Definition

4.2
Numerical differentiation using

a)
Newton's forward difference interpolation formula

b)
Newton's backward difference interpolation formula

c)
Sterling's Central difference interpolation formula

d)
Newton's divided difference formula (8)

SECTION –
II

1. Special
Functions :

1.1 Beta
and Gamma functions

1.2
Properties of Beta and Gamma functions

1.3
Differentiation under integral sign (7)

2. Curve
Tracing and Rectification :

2.1
Tracing of curve in cartesian form

2.2
Tracing of curve in polar form

2.3
Rectification of plane curves (Cartesian and Polar form) (6)

3.
Multiple Integrals :

3.1
Introduction of Double Integrals

3.2
Evaluation of Double Integrals

3.3 Change
of order of Integration

3.4
Transformation of variables using Jacobians

3.5 Change
into Polar

3.6
Evaluation of Triple Integrate with given limits (8)

4.
Application of Multiple Integrals :

4.1 Area
under curves using Double integral

4.2 Mass
of Lamina

4.3 Moment
of Inertia of a Plane Lamina

4.4
Volumes of solids of revolution. (7)

General
instructions :

1. Batch
wise tutorials are to be conducted. The number of students per

batch
should be as per university pattern for tutorial batches.

2. Minimum
number of assignments should be 8 covering all topics.

References
:

1. J. N.
Wartikar - A text book of Applied Mathematics Vol.-I and II

Pune
Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.

2. Dr. B.
S. Grewal - Higher Engineering Mathematics,

Khanna
Publishers, Delhi.

3. N. P.
Bali, Iyengar - A textbook of Engineering Mathematics,

Laxmi
Publications (P) Ltd., New Delhi.

4. Erwin
Kreyszig - Advanced Engineering Mathematics,

New Age
International (P) Ltd. Publishers.

5. H. K.
Dass - Advanced Engineering Mathematics.

6. E.
Rukmangadachari - Engineering Mathematics-I.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

3. BASIC
CIVIL ENGINEERING

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_____________________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1.
Introduction to Civil Engineering :

Introduction,
branches of civil engineering, application of civil engineering in

other
allied fields. (2)

2.
Building Planning :

Principles
of planning, orientation of buildings, introduction to Bye-Laws

regarding
building line, height of building, open space requirements, F.S.I., setbacks,

ventilation,
sanitation as per municipal corporation area requirement. (4)

3.
Components of Buildings :

•
Sub-structure

Types of
soil and rocks as foundation strata, concept of bearing capacity, types of

foundations
i.e. shallow and deep and their suitability. Shallow foundation such as

wall
foundation, isolated foundation, deep foundation such as pile foundation.

• Super-structure

Elements
of super-structures and their functions (5)

4.
Building Design :

Introduction
to types of loads, concepts of strength, stability, durability and factor

of safety
of building, load bearing and framed structures. (5)

5.
Building Materials :

Use and
properties of the following materials :

• Concrete
– ingredients and grades, plain and reinforced cement concrete

and ready
mix concrete, bricks, steel, aluminum, plastic, timber, roofing

materials
etc.(5)

SECTION –
II

6.
Surveying : (9)

• Principles
of surveying

• Classification
of surveys

• Chain
Surveying

Introduction
to metric chain and tapes, error in chaining, nominal

scale and
R.F., ranging, chaining and offsetting, index plan, location

sketch and
recording of field book

• Chain
and compass survey

Meridian,
bearing and its types, system of bearing,

Types of
compass : prismatic and surveyor's compass.

Calculation
of included angles, correction for local attraction.

7.
Levelling : (8)

• Terms
used in levelling, use of Dumpy level, temporary adjustments.

methods of
reduction of levels, types of levelling,

Contours,
characteristics of contours, use of contour maps.

• Introduction
to Auto level and use

• Introduction
and use of EDM's with special reference to Total Station.

• Measurement
of area by planimeter – mechanical and digital.

8.
Transportation Engineering : (4)

• Types
of roads : introduction to NH, SH, MDR, ODR,

VR,
Express Way

• Cross
section of road – in cutting and filling

• Railway
– Gauges, Cross-section of railway track.

Practical
work :

Practical
exercises given be carried out and drawing sheets be plotted

wherever
necessary.

1.
Plotting the outlines of building by chaining, ranging and offsetting.

2.
Plotting of closed traverse by prismatic compass.

3.
Plotting of closed traverse by surveyor's compass

4.
Reduction of levels by rise and fall method.

5.
Reduction of levels by collimation plane method.

6.
Measurement of area by mechanical planimeter.

7.
Measurement of area by digital planimeter.

8. Use of
total station for various measurements.

9. Layout
and setting out of small residential building.

10. Site
visit to study various construction processes

Report to
be submitted on any under construction site.

References
:

1. G. K.
Hiraskar, Basic Civil Engineering, Dhanpat Rai Publication.

2. Civil
Engineering Materials - Technical Teacher's Training

Institute,
Chandigarh

3. N.
Basak, Surveying, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publication.

4. B.C.
Punmia, Surveying, Vol.- I, Vol.-II, Vol.-III

Laxmi
Publication

5. M. S.
Palani Gamy, Basic Civil Engineering,

Tata
Mc-Graw Hill Publication

6. Arora,
Building Material, S. Publication

7. P. R.
Patankar, Elements of Civil Engineering,

New Vrinda
Publishing House.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

4. BASIC
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1.
Thermodynamics

Heat, work
and Internal Energy, Thermodynamic State, Process, Cycle,

Thermodynamic
System, First Law of Thermodynamics, Application of

First Law
to steady Flow and Non Flow processes, Limitations of First

Law, PMM
of first kind (Numerical Treatment), Second Law of

Thermodynamics
– Statements, Carnot Engine and Carnot Refrigerator,

PMM of
Second Kind. (8)

2. Gas
Laws, Gas Processes

Carnot,
Joule, Otto Cycle, Properties at salient points, Air Standard

efficiency
(Numerical treatment on gas processes and crnot, otto cycles

only). (6)

3.
Introduction to IC Engine

Two
stroke, Four Stroke Cycles, Construction and Working of C.I. and S.I.

Engines,
Air-Fuel ratio, (Descriptive Treatment only) (3)

4.
Introduction to Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Vapour
compression and vapour absorption system, Psychometric

properties
of moist air. (Descriptive Treatment only) (3)

SECTION-II

5. Energy
Sources : Renewable and nonrenewable, solar flat
plate

collector,
concentric collector – Parabolic and cylindrical, Photo voltaic

cell,
Solar energy application solar dryer, Solar pond, solar distillation,

solar
refrigeration, Solar cooker, Wind, Geothermal, Wave, Tidal,

Hydro power,
Bio-gas, Bio-Diesel, Fuel cell, (Descriptive Treatment

Only)(7)

6. Steam
Generation : formation of steam, sensible head, latent
heat,

layout of
steam power plant (Descriptive Treatment only) (3)

7.
Mechanical Power Transmission : Type of Belt and
belt drives, chain

drive,
Types of gears and gear Trains, Types of Coupling

(
Numerical Treatment on velocity ratio of belt drive and gear drive) (5)

8. Pumps,
compressor and Hydraulic Turbines : Types,
Construction,

working
and applications (5)

Term work
:

Any 8
experiments from the following ;

1.
Demonstration of Two stroke and four stroke engine with the help

of models.

2.
Demonstration of vapour compression refrigeration system and

window air
conditioner.

3.
Demonstration of solar water heating system.

4.
Industrial visit to Hydroelectric power plant

5.
Industrial visit to steam power plant

6.
Industrial visit to Diesel power plant

7.
Estimation of velocity ratio and Gear ratio

8.
Demonstration of pumps and compressor.

9.
Demonstration of I.C. engine.

References
:

1. Dr. S.
P. Sukathame, Solar Energy, Tata Mc-Graw Hill Publication

2. G. D.
Rai, Non Conventional Sources of Energy, Khanna Publication

3. R.
Joel, Engineering Thermodynamics, The English Language Book

Society.

4.
Achultan, Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall of India.

5. R. K.
Rajput, Thermal Engineering, Laxmi Publication, Delhi.

6. Patel
and Karamchandani, Elements of Heat Engine ( Vol. I, II, III)

Acharya
Book Depot.

7. Arora
and Domkunwar, Power Plant Engineering, Dhanpat Rai and Sons.

8. S. Rao
and Dr. B. B. Parulekar - Energy Technology, Khanna Publication

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

5. BASIC
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
3 Theory : 100

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

SECTION –
I

1) D.C.
Circuits -

Definition
of EMF, current, resistance, power, energy. Factors

affecting
resistance, resistance temperature coefficient. (Numerical

treatment)
Series parallel circuits, division of current in two parallel

branches.

Kirchhoff’s
Laws – KCL, KVL. (Numericals based on two
variables)

Numericals
based on energy conversion between electrical, mechanical and

thermal
quantities. (5)

2)
Magnetic Circuits –

Concept of
magnetic circuit, MMF, reluctance, magnetic flux, flux

density,
magnetic field strength, Comparison between electrical and

magnetic
circuits, B H curve, magnetic leakage and fringing. Simple

examples
on series magnetic circuit. (5)

3) A.C.
Fundamentals -

Faraday's
laws of electromagnetic induction. Lenz's law, dynamically

induced
EMF, Fleming's right hand rule, statically induced EMF - self and

mutually
induced EMF, Concept of self and mutual inductance. Generation

of single
phase alternating EMF. Cycle, frequency, time period, amplitude,

average
value, RMS value, form factor, peak factor, phase, phase

difference,
phasor representation. (Only theoretical treatment) (6)

4) A.C.
Circuits -

Analysis
of purely resistive, inductive and capacitive circuits.

R-L, R-C,
R-L-C circuits, impedance triangle, power factor and its

significance.
Different powers in A.C. circuits. (5)

SECTION –
II

5) Single
Phase Transformers -

Operating
principle, Construction, types of transformer, EMF

equation,
transformation ratio. Working of transformer at no load and with

load.
Losses in transformer, efficiency and voltage regulation.

(Numerical
Treatment) Direct loading method for efficiency and regulation,

O.C. /
S.C. test for efficiency. (7)

6) D.C.
Motors -

Principle
of working, construction, types, circuit diagram. Speed and

torque
equations. Characteristics and applications. (Theoretical treatment

only). (5)

7) Single
Phase Motors -

Working
principle, types, construction, applications of single phase

induction
motors. Universal motor- Construction, working and applications.

(Theoretical
treatment only) (6)

8)
Domestic Wiring and Lamps -

Simple
staircase and godown wiring. Necessity of earthing.

Construction
and working of fluorescent lamp, sodium vapour lamp,

mercury
vapour lamp, CFL and metal halide lamp. (3)

Term work
:

Any 8
experiments.

1)
Verification of Kirchoff’s Laws.

2) Study
of RLC series circuits.

3)
Efficiency and voltage regulation of single phase transformer by direct

loading.

4)
Efficiency of single phase transformer by O.C. / S.C. test.

5) To plot
B-H curve.

6) To plot
characteristics of D.C. shunt motor.

7) Working
of simple, staircase and godown wiring.

8) Load
test on single phase induction motor.

9) Working
of electric lamps.

10)
Working of table fan, ceiling fan, electric iron, geyser etc.

11)
Determination of resistance and inductance of a choke coil by

voltmeter
ammeter method.

References
:

1) B. L.
Theraja - A Text Book of Electrical Technology (Vol.-I and II)

2) V. K.
Mehta - Fundamentals of Electrical Technology

– S. Chand
Publications.

3) Ashfaq
Hussein - Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

- Dhanapat
Rai Publication.

4) Edward
Hughes – Electrical Technology – ELBS Longman.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

6.
PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION - II

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
1 Theory : --

Tutorials
: 1 Term Work : 25

_____________________________________________________________________

1)
Techniques of Professional Correspondence :-

Importance
of professional correspondence,

Techniques
of professional correspondence. (3)

2) Types
of professional correspondence :-

Application
Letter, Enquiries and replies, order, complaint and their reply,

invitation
letters and its reply. (5)

3) Report
writing :-

Importance
and Techniques of report writing,

Investigation
Reports (Losses, Strikes, Declines)

Survey
Reports (Examining feasibility of proposals),

Inspection
Reports (of departments, branches, factory etc.) (4)

4)
Paragraph writing :-

Techniques
of paragraph writing. (2)

Term work
:

1. A
letter each on different types of professional correspondence should be

practiced.

2. Report
writing – At least one report on each types should be practiced.

3.
Technical paragraph writing – At least four topics should be written out of

following
;

a.
Nanotechnology b. Deforestration

c. Metro
Train d. Modern Civilization

e. Green
House Effect f. Waste Water Management

g. Search
Engines h. Hydropower

i. Mobile
Mania j. Energy Conservation

k. Any
other topic on recent technological development.

4. Presentation
techniques.

References
:

1. R. K.
Chaddha, Communication Techniques and skills –

Dhanpat
Rai Publication, New Delhi.

2. Pravil
S. R. Bhatia, Professional Communication Skills -

S. Chand
and Co., New Delhi.

3. J. D.
O’Connor, Better English pronunciation.

4. Wren
and Martin, High-school English Grammar and Composition –

S. Chand
and Co., New Delhi.

5. Sunita
Mishra, C. Muralikrishna, Communication Skills for Engineers –

Pearson
Education.

6. Aspi
Doctor, Principles and Practice of Business Communication -

Rhoda
Doctor, Sheth Publications, Mumbai.

First Year
Engineering : Semester-II

7.
WORKSHOP PRACTICE - II

Teaching
Scheme : Hrs. Examination Scheme : Marks

Lectures :
1 Theory : --

Practicals
: 2 Term Work : 25

_______________________________________________________________

1. Safety
: Common hazards while working with engineering equipment and

related
safety measures.(1)

2.
Materials : Brief introduction of materials used in
Industries, steels and

alloys,
cast iron, non-ferrous metals, timber, plastics and polymers, glass

etc. and;
their applications.(2)

3.
Measuring Instruments : Brief introduction to instruments like –
Steel

rule, Vernier
Caliper, Micrometer, Dial indicator, Their least counts,

common
errors and care while using them, Use of marking gauge, ‘V’

block and
surface plate.(2)

4.
Carpentry and Fitting : Brief study of various hand tools like
chisel,

saw,
planer and fitting tools like files, saw, drills, taps and dies.(1)

5. Welding
: Classification and brief introduction to welding processes -

Arc, Gas
and Resistance.(2)

6. Sheet
Metal Working : Specifications of metal sheets, Surface
coatings ;

Operations
like cutting, bending, folding, punching, riveting ; Joining by

brazing
and soldering.(2)

7. Smithy
: Introduction to smithy operations like upsetting, drawing,

bending,
Forming ; Tools- hammer, hot and cold chisels, swages, drifts,

flatters,
tongs, Anvils.(2)

8. Brief introduction
to machine tools and processes- Metal removing,

metal
shaping, plastic molding.(1)

Term work
:

One job
each in :

1. Sheet
metal working involving marking, cutting, bending,

joining
operations such as a tray bin, funnel etc.

2. Fitting
involving marking, filing, hacksaw cutting, drilling and

tapping
such as a male-female type pare.

3. Smithy
involving upsetting, drawing, bending, forming such as a

square /
hexagonal headed bolt, hook etc.

4. Welding
involving But / Tee / Lap joints and demonstration of welding

processes
– Arc, Gas, Spot, etc.

References
:

1. B. S.
Raghuvanshi, A Course in Workshop Technology, Vol – I,

Dhanapat
Rai and Sons.

2. Hajara
Choudhari, Elements of Workshop Technology, Vol – I,

Media
Promoters.

3. Gupta
and Kaushik, Workshop Technology, Vol – I, New Heights.

4.
Chapman, Workshop Technology, Vol – I,

The
English Language Book Society.

5.
H.S.Bawa, Workshop technology, Vol.-I, TMH Publications, New

Delhi.