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DELHI TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
AND
COURSE CURRICULUM
B.Tech. (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)

CONTENT
Scheme of Examination.................................................................................. 2-6
Course Curriculum
First Year........................................................................................................ 7-13
Second Year................................................................................................... 13-18
Third Year...................................................................................................... 18-22
Fourth Year.................................................................................................... 22-29

PT-1

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. FIRST SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

AM 101

Mathematics-1

310

30

70

100

4H

TH2

HU 102

Communication skills

210

30

70

100

3H

TH3

AP 103

Applied Physics-I

400

30

70

100

4H

TH4

AC 104

Applied Chemistry

310

30

70

100

4H

TH5

EE 105

Electrical Science

310

30

70

100

4A

TH6

IT 106

Fundamentals of Information Technology

210

30

70

100

3A

PR1

AP 107

Applied Physics-I Lab

002

30

70

100

2H

PR2

AC 108

Applied Chemistry Lab

002

30

70

100

2H

PR3

EE 109

Electrical Science Lab

002

30

70

100

2A

PR4

IT 110

Fundamental of Information Technology Lab

002

30

70

100

2A

1000

30

TOTAL

30 hrs

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. SECOND SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

AM 111

Mathematics-II

310

30

70

100

4H

TH2

EN 112

Environmental Sciences

200

30

70

100

2H

TH3

AP 113

Applied Physics-II

400

30

70

100

4H

TH4

AP-AC 114

Engineering Materials

400

30

70

100

4H

TH5

ME 115

Basic Mechanical Engineering

400

30

70

100

4A

TH6

CO 116

Programming Fundamentals

200

30

70

100

2A

PR1

AP 117

Applied Physics-II Lab

002

30

70

100

2A

PR2

CO 118

Programming Lab

002

30

70

100

2A

PR3

ME 119

Engineering Graphics

003

30

70

100

3A

PR4

PE 120

Mechanical workshop

003

30

70

100

3A

1000

30

TOTAL
A
C
H
M

30 hrs

Allied Engineering
Core (include major project and practical training also)
Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences
Mandatory

PT-2

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. THIRD SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-201

Polymer Chemistry

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

EC-202

Basic Electronics Engg.

4 0 0 30

70

100

4A

TH3

PT-203

Polymer Structure & Properties

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH4

PT-204

Rubber Technology

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH5

PT-205

Elements of Chemical Engg.

3 0 0 30

70

100

3C

TH6

PT-206

Polymers & Environment

3 0 0 30

70

100

3C

PR1

PT-207

Polymer Chemistry Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR2

PT-208

Rubber Technology Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR3

EC-209

Basic Electronics Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2A

VS1

PT-210

Self Study-I

0 0 1 100

100

1C

1000

30

TOTAL

30 hrs

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. FOURTH SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-211

Process Equipment Design

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

PT-212

Polymer Technology

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH3

PT-213

Polymer Processing I

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH4

PT-214

Polymer Testing & Specification

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH5

PT-215

Heat Transfer

3 0 0 30

70

100

3C

TH6

HU-216

Engineering Economics

3 0 0 30

70

100

3H

PR1

PT-217

Polymer Technology Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR2

PT-218

Polymer Testing Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR3

PT-219

Heat Transfer Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

VS2

PT-220

Self Study

0 0 1 100

100

1C

1000

30

TOTAL
A
C
H
M

30 hrs

Allied Engineering
Core (include major project and practical training also)
Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences
Mandatory

PT-3

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. FIFTH SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-301

Chemical Process Technology

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

EL-302

Instrumentation & Control

3 1 0 30

70

100

4A

TH3

PT-303

Industrial Organization & Management

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH4

PT-304

Fiber Technology

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH5

PT-305

Polymer Processing II

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

PR1

PT-306

Chemical Tech. Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR2

EL-307

Instrumentation & Control Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2A

PR3

PT-308

Fiber Tech. Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR4

PT-309

Minor Project I

0 0 4 60

140

200

4C

1000

30

IINDUSTRIAL TRAINING OF FOUR WEEKS AT THE END OF V SEMESTER


TOTAL

30 hrs

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. SIXTH SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-311

Chemical Reaction Engg.

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

PT-312

Packaging Technology

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH3

PT-313

Mass Transfer

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH4

PT-314

Polymer Product Design

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH5

PT-315

Special Polymers &Elastomers

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

PR1

PT-316

Mass Transfer Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR2

PT-317

Reaction Engg. Lab

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR3

PT-318

Minor Project II

0 0 4 60

140

200

4C

PR4

PT-319

Viva-Voce Examination of V Sem Industrial 0 0 2 30


Training

70

100

2C

1000

30

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING OF SIX WEEKS AT THE END OF VI SEMESTER


TOTAL
A
C
H
M

30 hrs

Allied Engineering
Core (include major project and practical training also)
Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences
Mandatory

Note:
Industrial training of 4 weeks during winter vacation after 5th Semester and 8 Weeks during summer vacation after
6th Semester.

PT-4

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. SEVENTH SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-401

Polymers Blends & Composites

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

PT-402

Plant Engg. & Process Economics

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH3

PT-403

Elective I

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH4

PT-404

Open Elective I

3 1 0 30

70

100

4A

PR1

PT-405

Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR2

PT-406

Polymer Composite Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR3

PT-407

Major Project (Part I)

0 0 4 90

210

300

4C

PR4

PT-408

Viva-Voce Examination of VI Sem Industrial 0 0 4 30


Training

70

100

4C

1000

30

TOTAL

30 hrs

SCHEME FOR B.TECH. EIGHTH SEMESTER (POLYMER SCIENCE & CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY)
S.No. Course No.

Subject

L-T-P

Evaluation

Total Marks Credit Type

Sessional End
TH1

PT-411

Mould & Die Design

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH2

PT-412

Elective II

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

TH3

PT-413

Open Elective II

3 1 0 30

70

100

4C

PR1

PT-414

Polymer Characterization Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR2

PT-415

Mold & Die Design Lab

0 0 3 30

70

100

3C

PR3

PT-416

SEMINAR

0 0 2 30

70

100

2C

PR4

PT-417

Major Project(Part II)

0 0 10 120

280

400

10C

1000

30

TOTAL

30 hrs
GRAND TOTAL

MARKS: 8000
CREDITS: 240

Note: Elective offered will depend on availability of faculty and will be decided by the Head of Department.
A
C
H
M

Allied Engineering
Core (include major project and practical training also)
Humanities, Social Studies and Basic Sciences
Mandatory

Note:
Industrial training of 4 weeks during winter vacation after 7th Semester and 8 Weeks during summer vacation after
8th Semester.

PT-5

Departmental Elective I

Open Elective I

PT-403-1
PT-403-2
PT-403-3
PT-403-4

PT-404-1
PT-404-2
PT-404-3
PT-404-4

Inorganic Polymer
Footwear Technology
Chemical Toxicology
Polymer Coatings & Adhesives

Biosensor Technology
Environmental Impact Assessment
Management Concepts for Engineers
Material Science & Technology

Departmental Elective II

Open Elective II

PT-412-1
PT-412-2
PT-412-3
PT-412-4

PT-413-1
PT-413-2
PT-413-3
PT-413-4

Ion-Exchange Materials
Tyre Technology
Biochemical Engineering
Polymer Degradation

PT-6

Industrial Waste Management


Membrane Technology
Energy Conservation & Recycling
Microprocessers & Applications

AM-101 Mathematics I

L T P Credits
3 10

UNIT I
Infinite series: Tests for convergence of series (comparison,
ratio, root, integral, Raabes, logarithmic), Alternating series,
Absolute convergence, Conditional convergence.
UNIT II
Calculus of single variable: Taylors & Maclaurins expansion, Radius of curvature, applications of definite integral
to area, arc length, surface area and volume (in Cartesian,
parametric and polar co-ordinates).
UNIT III
Calculus of several variables: Partial differentiation, Eulers
theorem, total differential, Taylors theorem, Maxima-Minima, Lagranges method of multipliers, Application in estimation of error and approximation.
UNIT IV
Multiple Integrals: Double integral (Cartesian and polar
co-ordinates), change of order of integration, triple integrals
(Cartesian, cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates), Gamma
and Beta functions. Applications of multiple integration in
area, volume, centre of mass, and moment of inertia.
UNIT V
Vector Calculus: Continuity and differentiability of vector
functions, Scalar and vector point function, Gradient, Directional derivative, divergence, curl and their applications.
Line integral, surface integral and volume integral, applications to work done by the force . Applications of Greens,
Stokes and Gauss divergence theorems.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Alan Jeffery ;
Academic Press
2. Calculus and Analytic Geometry by Thomas/Finney;
Narosa.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig; Wiley.
4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Taneja ; I K international
5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Jain/Iyenger;
Narosa.

HU-102 Communication Skills

L T P Credits
2 10

UNIT I
Functional English:
(A) Parts of speech; Tense and concord; Conditional clauses;
Question tags & short responses; Punctuation; Common
errors.
(B) Vocabulary and Usage: Synonyms & Antonyms; One
word substitutions; Words often confused; Idioms / Idiomatic expressions.

UNIT II
Basics of Writing:
(A) Presentation of Technical Information: Technical description of simple objects, tools, appliances; Processes and
operations; Scientific Principles; Definitions ; Interpretation of Visual Data (graph, charts etc)
(B) Writing of: Paragraph; Summary and Abstract; Taking
and Making Notes.
(C) Comprehension of Unseen Passages based on reading
exercises like Skimming, Scanning and Inference making.
UNIT III
Oral Communication: Phonetics: Speech Sounds and their
articulation; Phonemes, syllable, Stress, Transcription of
Words and Simple Sentences; Presentation and Seminar;
Language Lab Practice for Oral Communication.
UNIT IV
Texts for Appreciation and Analysis:
(A) Wings of Fire by APJ Abdul Kalam
(B) The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid by C.K. Prahalad.
(C) The Branded (Uchalya) by Laxman Gaikwad
(D) Geetanjali by Ravindranath Tagore.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Day, Robert A. Scientific English: A Guide for Scientists
and Other Professionals. UP.
2. Maison Margaret, Examine Your English, New Delhi: Orient Longman.
3. Tikoo M.L., A.E. Subramaniam and P.R. Subramaniam.
Intermediate Grammar Usage and
Composition.
Delhi: Orient Longman.
4. Weiss, Edmond H. Writing Remedies: Practical Exercises
for Technical Writing. University Press.
5. Lesikar and Flatley. Business Communications. New Delhi, Biztantra Press.
6. OConnor, Better English Pronunciation, Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press.
7. Gaikwad, Laxman, The Branded, Delhi: Sahitya Akademi.
8. Kalam, APJ Abdul, Wings of Fire, Delhi: University Press.
9. C.K. Prahalad, The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid,
Wharton School Publishing.
10. Rabindranath Tagore, Gitanjali, Filiquarian Publishing,
LLC.

AP 103 Applied Physics - I

L T P Credits
3 10

UNIT I
Relativity : Review of concepts of frames of reference and
Galilean transformation equation, Michelson Morley experiment and its implications, Einsteins special theory of
relativity, Lorentz transformation equations, Law of addition
of velocities, Mass variation with velocity, Concept of energy and momentum, Mass energy relation.

PT-7

UNIT II
Oscillations, waves : Damped and forced oscillations, Resonance (amplitude and power), Q factor, Sharpness of
resonance. Equations of longitudinal and transverse waves
and their solutions, Impedance, Reflection and transmission
of waves at a boundary, Impedance matching between two
medium.
UNIT III
Physical optics: Interference by division of wave front and
amplitude, Multiple beam interference and Fabry-Perot interferometer, Fresnel diffraction through a straight edge,
Fraunhoffer diffraction, Zone plate, single slit and N-slit /
grating, Resolving power of telescope, prism and grating. Polarization by reflection and by transmission, Brewsters law,
Double refraction, elliptically and circularly polarized light,
Nicol prism, Quarter and half wave plates.
UNIT IV
Optical Instruments: Cardinal points of co-axial lens systems, spherical and chromatic aberrations and their removal, Huygens and Ramsdens eyepiece.
UNIT V
Laser optics: Coherence and coherent properties of laser
beams, Brief working principle of lasers, Spontaneous and
stimulated emission, Einsteins co-efficient, Ruby laser, HeNe laser.
UNIT VI
Optical Fiber: Classification of optical fibers, Refractive index
profile, Core cladding refractive index difference, Numerical
aperture of optical fiber, Pulse dispersion in optical fiber (ray
theory).
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Physics of Vibrations and Waves by H.J. Pain.
2. Vibrations and Waves by A.P. French.
3. Perspective of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser.
4. Optics by A. Ghatak.
5. Berkley Physics Course Vol 1.

AC-104 Applied Chemistry

L T P Credits
3 10

UNIT III
(a) Polymers: Monomer & polymer, functionality and Degree of Polymerization. Mechanism of polymerization.
Molecular weights of polymers. Methods of polymerization. Industrial production of PE and PF resins. Industrial
applications of polymers.
b) Bio-molecules: Classification, Structure, physical and
chemical properties of Amino-acids, Peptides and Proteins, Carbohydrates, Cellulose and its derivatives,
RNA, DNA. Introduction to Bio-degradable Polymers.
UNIT IV
Electrochemistry : Electrochemicalcells, components,
characteristics of batteries. Primary and Secondary battery
systems, Zinc-Carbon cells, Lead storage and lithium batteries. Fuel Cells, Electro-deposition, Electrical and chemical requirements. Electroplating bath and linings. Agitation, Circulation and filtration equipment. Plating of copper, gold and
rhodium.
UNIT V
Phase Equilibrium: Definitions of Phase, component and degree of freedom, Gibbs phase rule. One component systems:
Water and sulphur. Two component systems: Pb-Ag and CuNi system.
Univ VI
Green Chemistry: Introduction, Goals & Significance of
Green Chemistry. Reagents, solvents and catalysts for green
synthesis. Principles of Green Chemistry, Evaluation of feedstocks, reaction types and methods. Future trends in Green
Chemistry.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Thermal Analysis by T. Hatakeyama, F.X. Quinn; Wiley.
2. Inorganic Quantitative Analysis by A.I. Vogel.
3. Instrumental Method of Analysis by Skoog D.A.; HRW
International.
4. Green Chemistry: Theory & Practice by P.T. Anastas &
JC Warner; Oxford Univ Press.
5. Polymer Science and Technology by Billmeyer; John
Wiley.
6. Polymer Science and Technology by Fried; Prentice
Hall.

UNIT I
(a) Conventional Analysis: Volumetric Analysis, Types of
titrations, Theory of indicators.
(b) Spectral
Analysis:
Electromagnetic
radiation,
Lambert-Beers Law, UV-VIS, IR, instrumentation &
applications.
UNIT II
Thermal Methods of Analysis: Principle, working and applications of Thermo-gravimetry, Differential thermal analysis
and Differential scanning calorimetry.

EE 105 Electrical Science

L T P Credits
3 10

UNIT I
Introduction: Role and importance of circuits in Engineering,
concept of fields, charge, current, voltage, energy and there
interrelationship. V-I characteristics of ideal voltage and ideal current sources, various types of controlled sources. Passive circuit components: V-I characteristics and ratings of different types of R, L, C elements. Series and parallel circuits,
power and energy, Kirchoffs Laws. Delta-star conversion,
Superposition Theorem, Thevenins Theorem, Nortons theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem, Tellgen Theorem.

PT-8

UNIT II
Single Phase AC Circuits: Single phase EMF generation, average and effective values of sinusoids, complex representation of impedance, series and parallel circuits, concept of
phasor, phasor diagram, power factor, power in complex notation, real power, reactive power and apparent power. Resonance in series and parallel circuits, Q-factor, bandwidth
and their relationship, half power points.
UNIT III
Three-Phase AC Circuits: Three phase EMF generation, delta and Y connection, line and phase quantities. Solution of
three phase circuits: balanced supply voltage and balanced
load, phasor diagram, measurement of power in three
phase circuits.
UNIT IV
Magnetic Circuits & Transformers: Amperes circuital law,
B-H curve, concept of reluctance, flux, MMF, analogies between electrical and magnetic quantities solution of magnetic circuits. Hysteresis and eddy current losses, application
of magnetic force, mutual inductance and dot convention.
Single phase Transformer construction, principle of working,
auto transformer and their applications.
UNIT V
Measuring Instruments : Analog indicating instruments, devices, Damping devices, PMMC ammeters and voltmeters,
shunt and multipliers, Moving iron ammeter and voltmeters,
dynamometer type wattmeters, multimeters, AC watt-hour
meters. Digital voltmeters, ammeters and wattmeters.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Basic electrical Engineering by C.L. Wadhwa, 4th Edition; New Age International.
2. Basic Electrical Engineering by Fitzereld, Higgenbotham & Grabel; McGraw Hill International.
3. Electrical Engineering Fundamentals by Vincent
Deltoro; Prentice Hall International (EEI).
4. Relevant Indian Electricity Supply rules & BIS codes.

IT 106 Fundamentals of Infor- L T P Credits


2 10
3
mation Technology
UNIT I
Fundamental Concepts of Information: Definition of information, Data Vs Information, Introduction to Information
representation in Digital Media, Text, image, graphics, Animation, Audio, Video etc., Need, Value and Quality of information
UNIT II
Concepts in Computer & Programming: Definition of Electronic Computer, History, Generations, Characteristic and
Application of Computers, Classification of Computers,
Memory, different types of memory, Computer HardwareCPU, Various I/O devices, Peripherals, Firmware and Humanware.

UNIT III
Programming Language Classification & Program Methodology: Computer Languages, Generation of Languages,
Translators, Interpreters, Compilers, Flow Charts, Dataflow
Diagram, Assemblers, Introduction to 4GL and 5GL.
UNIT IV
Digital Devices and Basic Network Concepts: Digital Fundamentals: Various codes, decimal, binary, hexa-decimal conversion, floating numbers gates, flip flops, adder, multiplexes, Introduction to Data Transmission.
UNIT V
Data Communication & Networks: Computer Networks- Introduction of LAN, MAN and WAN. Network Topologies, Client-server Architecture.
UNIT VI
Internet and Web Technologies: Hypertext Markup Language, DHTML, WWW, HTTP, Gopher, FTP, Telnet, Web
Browsers, Net Surfing, Search Engines, Email, Safety of Business Transaction on web. Elementary Concepts of E-Learning and E-Commerce, Electronic Payment Systems, Digital
Signatures, Firewall.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Using Information Technology: A Practical Introduction
to Computers & Communications by William Sawyer &
Hutchinson; Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill.
2. Introduction to Computers by Peter Norton; Tata McGraw-Hill.
3. Introduction to Computers by Rajaraman; EPI.
4. Data Compression by Nelson; BPB.
5. Internet, An introductionby CIS Tems; Tata McGraw
Hill.
6. Information Technology: Breaking News by Curtin;
TMH.
7. Fundamentals of Information Technology by Leon &
Leon; Vikas.
8. Internet 101 by Lehngart; Addison Wesley.

AP-107 Applied Physics - I Lab

AC-108 Applied Chemistry Lab

EE-109 Electrical Science Lab

IT-110 Fundamental of IT Lab

PT-9

L T P Credits
002

02

L T P Credits
002

02

L T P Credits
002

02

L T P Credits
002

02

AM- 111 Mathematics-II

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Matrices: Rank of a matrix, inverse of a matrix using elementary transformations, consistency of linear system
of equations, Eigen-values and eigenvectors of a matrix, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, diagonalization of matrix.
UNIT II
Ordinary Differential Equations: Second & higher order linear differential equations with constant coefficients, General
solution of homogenous and non- homogenous equations,
method of variation of parameters, Euler-Cauchy equation,
simultaneous linear equations.
UNIT III
Special Functions : Power series method, Frobenious method, Legendre equation, Legendre polynomials, Bessel equation, Bessel function of fist kind, Orthogonal Property, Rodrigues' Formula.
UNIT IV
Laplace Transforms: Basic properties, Laplace transform of
derivatives and integrals, Inverse Laplace transform, Differentiation and Integration of Laplace transform, Convolution theorem, UNIT of Step Function, Periodic function,
Laplace transform to IVP and boundary value problem Applications system of linear Simultaneous differential equations.
UNIT V
Fourier series: Fourier series, Dirichlet conditions, Even and
odd functions, half range series, harmonic analysis.
UNIT VI
Fourier Transforms : Fourier Transforms Sine and Cosine
Transforms, Transforms of derivatives and integrals, Applications to boundary value problem in ordinary differential
equations (simple cases only).
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Greenberg;
Pearson Education.
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig; Wiley.
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Taneja; I K international.
4. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Jain/Iyenger;
Narosa.

EN 112 Environmental Science

L T P Credits
200

UNIT I
Introduction to Environment: Origin & evolution of earth,
segments of environment- lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere & biosphere, Biogeochemical cycles- hydrological,
oxygen, nitrogen, carbon & phosphate cycles.
UNIT II
Ecosystems: Concept of ecosystem biotic & abiotic components, types of ecosystems, functional components of ecosystem- biodiversity, productivity, food chains & food webs,
material cycling and energy flow, different ecosystems- forest, grassland, desert, aquatic.
UNIT III
Water Pollution: Water quality, physical, chemical & biological characteristics of water & waste water, ground water pollution, water borne diseases.
UNIT IV
Air & Noise Pollution: Primary & secondary air pollutants,
sources, effects & control of- carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, sulphur dioxide & particulates, Air quality standards, global warming, acid rain, El Nino, ozone hole.
Classification and measurement of noise, effects of noise
pollution on human, control of noise pollution.
UNIT V
Energy & Solid Waste Management: Conventional energy
resources- coal, thermal, petroleum, hydroelectricity, nuclear power, wood, non conventional sources- solar, biogas,
wind, ocean & tidal energy, geothermal energy. Hazardous
and non hazardous solid waste management. Environmental
laws and acts.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Environmental Studies by De Anil Kumar & De Arnab
Kumar; New Age International (P) Ltd.
2. Environmental Studies by Basak Anindita; Pearson Education South Asia.
3. A Text Book of Environmental Science by Subramanian.
V; Narosa Publishing House.
4. Essentials of Ecology & Environment Science by Rana.
S.V.S.; EPI Publications.

AP 113 Applied Physics - II

L T P Credits
400

UNIT I
Quantum Physics : Failure of classical physics ,Compton
effect , Pair production de-broglie relation, wave function,
Probability density, Schrodinger wave equation, operators,
expectation values and eigen-value equation, particle in a
box, simple harmonic oscillator problem, concept of degeneracy.

PT-10

UNIT II
Classical Statistics : Statistical physics : Microscopic-macroscopic systems, concept of phase space, basic postulates of
statistical mechanics, MaxwellBoltzmann distribution law.
UNIT III
Quantum statistics : Quantum Statistics : FermiDirac and
Bose Einstein Distribution, Fermi- Dirac probability function, Fermi energy level.
UNIT IV
Nuclear Physics : Nuclear properties, constituent of the nucleus, binding energy, stable nuclei, radioactive decay law
(alpha and beta spectrum), Q-value of nuclear reaction ,
nuclear models-liquid drop and shell model, nuclear fission
and fusion, elementary ideas of nuclear reactors.
UNIT V
Electrodynamics : Maxwells equations, concept of displacement current, Derivation of wave equation for plane electromagnetic wave, Poynting vector. Poynting theorem, Energy
density, wave equation in dielectric & conducting media.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Nuclear Physics by Erwin Kaplan.
2. Concept of Nuclear Physics by Cohen.
3. Electrodynamics by Griffith.
4. Electricity & magnetism by Rangawala & Mahajan.
5. Perspective of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser.

SECTION B (CHEMISTRY)
UNIT IV
Introduction to engineering materials for mechanical construction. Composition, mechanical and fabricating characteristics and applications of various types of cast irons, plain
carbon and alloy steels, copper, aluminum and their alloys
like duralumin, brasses and bronzes cutting tool materials,
super alloys thermoplastics, thermosets and composite materials.
UNIT V
Composite materials: Introduction, limitations of conventional engineering materials, role of matrix in composites,
classification, matrix materials, reinforcements, metal-matrix composites, polymer-matrix composites, fiber-reinforced composites, environmental effects on composites,
applications of composites.
UNIT VI
Speciality Polymers: Conducting polymers-Introduction,
conduction mechanism, polyacetylene, polyparaphenylene
and polypyrole, applications of conducting polymers, Ion-exchange resins and their applications. Ceramic & Refractory
Introduction, classification, properties, raw materials, manufacturing and applications.
NOTE: Two hrs per week load for Applied Physics Department.
Two hrs per week load for Applied Chemistry Department.

AP-AC 114 Engineering Materials

L T P Credits
400

SECTION A (PHYSICS)
UNIT I
Crystal Structure: Bravais lattices; Miller indices, simple
crystal structures, Different kind of bonding.
UNIT II
Metallic Conduction: Energy distribution of electrons in a
metal, Fermi level, Conduction process.
Semi Conductors: Band theory of solids , P and N type of
semiconductors , Statistics of holes and electrons, Hall effect
, Effect of temperature on conductivity , Life time and recombination, drift and diffusion in PN junction .
UNIT III
Dielectric and Optical properties of Materials: Dielectric
polarization and dielectric constant, optical absorption process.
Magnetism and Superconducting Materials: Diapara, Ferro-magnetism, Antiferro, Ferro-magnetism ferrites, Superconducting materials, Properties, Type of superconducting
materials , Meissner effect, High- Tc superconductor, application.

Text Books/Reference Books (PHYSICS):


1. Solid State Physics, 7th edition by Kittel; J. W .& Sons
Publication.
2. Solid State Physics by Wahab M.A.; Narosa Publishing
House.
3. Solid State Physics by Ali OmerM; Pearson Education
(Singapore) pvt. Ltd. India branch, New delhi.
4. Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, 7th
edition by Kenneth G. Budinski, Budinshi; Pearson Singapor (Prentice Hall).
5. Solid State Physics by Pillai S.O.; New Age International
Publication.
Text Books/Reference Books (CHEMISTRY)
1. Essentials of Material Science and Engineering by
Donald R. Askeland, Pradeep P. Phule; Thomson.
2. Speciality Polymers by R.W.Dyson; Chapman and Hall,
New York, USA.
3. Polymer Composites by A.P.Gupta, M.C.Gupta; New
Age publication.
4. Engineering Chemistry by R.N.Goyal, H.Goel; Ane
Books India.
5. Engineering Chemistry by S.S.Dara; S.Chand.
6. Engineering Chemistry by Raghupati Mukhopadhyay,
Sriparna Datta; New Age International.
7. Engineering Chemistry by P.C.Jain, Monica Jain; Dhanpat Rai.

PT-11

ME 115 Basic Mechanical Engineering

L T P Credits
400

(PART A)
UNIT I
Introduction to Thermodynamics, Concepts of systems, control volume, state, properties, equilibrium, quasi-static process, reversible & irreversible process, cyclic process. Zeroth
Law and Temperature, Ideal Gas. Heat and Work.
UNIT II
First Law of Thermodynamics for closed & open systems.
Non Flow Energy Equation. Steady State, Steady Flow Energy Equation.
Second Law of Thermodynamics Kelvin and Plancks Statements, Clausius inequality, Definition of Heat Engine, Heat
pump, Refrigerator. Concept of Entropy and availability.
Carnot Cycle; Carnot efficiency, Otto, Diedel, Dual cycle and
their efficiencies.
UNIT III
Properties & Classification of Fluids, Ideal & real fluids,
Newtons law of viscosity, Pressure at a point, Pascals law,
Pressure variation in a static fluid, Introduction to Bio-fluid
Mechanics General description of fluid motion, stream lines,
continuity equation, Bernoullis equation, Steady and unsteady flow. Turbines and pumps.

(PART-B)
UNIT IV
Introduction to Manufacturing processes for various machine elements. Introduction to Casting & Welding processes. Fabrication of large & small components and assembliesexample Nuts and Bolts, Water turbine rotors, Large Electric
Generators, introduction to turning, milling, shaping, drilling
& boring processes.
UNIT V
Introduction to quality measurement for manufacturing processes; standards of measurements, line standards and, end
standards, precision measuring instruments and gauges:
vernier calipers, height gauges, micrometers, comparators,
dial indicators, and limit gauges.
Text Books/Reference Books
1. Engineering Thermodynamics by P. K. Nag.
2. Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics by G. J.
Van Wyle and R. E. Santag.
3. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines by
S. K. Som and G. Biswas.
4. Fluid Mechanics by V. L. Streeter and E. B. Wylie.
5. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines by R. K. Bansal.
6. Manufacturing Processes by Kalpakjian.
7. Workshop Practics by A. K. Hazara Chowdhary.

8. Workshop Technology by W. A. J. Chapman.


9. Production Engineering by P.C. Sharma.
10. Production Engineering by R. K. Jain.

COE 116 Programming Funda- L T P Credits


200
2
mentals
UNIT I
Introduction: Concepts of algorithm, flow chart, Introduction to different Programming Languages like C, C++, Java
etc.
Elementary Programming: Data types, assignment statements, conditional statements and input/output statements.
Iterative programs using loops.Concept of subprograms.
Coding style: choice of names, indentation, documentation,
etc.
UNIT II
Arrays: Array representation, Operations on array elements,
using arrays, multidimensional arrays.
Structures & Unions: Declaration and usage of structures
and Unions.
Pointers: Pointer and address arithmetic, pointer operations
and declarations, using pointers as function argument.
File: Declaration of files, different types of files. File input/
output and usage.
UNIT III
Object Oriented Programming: Functional and data decomposition, Characteristics of Object-Oriented Languages: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Information hiding, abstract data
types,
Classes and Objects: Concept of Object & classes, attributes,
methods, C++ class declaration, private and public memberships, Constructors and destructors, instantiation of objects.
Introduction to Class inheritance and operator overloading.
UNIT IV
Files: Streams and files, error handling, over view of Standard Template Library.
Text Books/Reference Books
1. Problem Solving and Program Design in C by Jeri R.
Hanly, Elliot B. Koffman; Pearson Addison-Wesley, 2006.
2. A Structured Programming Approach Using C by Behrouz A.Forouzan, Richard F. Gilberg; Thomson Computer
Science- Third Edition [India Edition], 2007.
3. C++: The Complete Reference by Schildt Herbert; Wiley DreamTech, 2005.
4. Object Oriented Programming using C++ E. Balagurusamy, TMH. R. Lafore; BPB Publications, 2004.
5. Object Oriented Programming with C++ by D . Parasons; BPB Publication, 1999.

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6. The Art of Programming Computer Science with C++


Steven C. Lawlor; Vikas Publication, 2002.

AP 117 Applied Physics - II Lab

L T P Credits

Laboratory Practical Based on course


work corresponding
AP113

002

COE 118 Programming Lab

L T P Credits

Laboratory Practical Based on course


work corresponding COE-116

002

ME 119 Engineering Graphics

L T P Credits
003

Fitting shops, Welding shops, Foundry Shops, Sheet Metal


Shop, Smithy Shop.

L T P Credits
003

PE 120 Mechanical Workshop

General: Importance, Significance and scope of engineering


drawing Lettering, Dimensioning, Scales, Sense of Proportioning, Different types of Projections, B.I.S. Specification,
line symbols, rules of printing.
Projections of Points and Lines: Introduction of planes of
projection, Reference and auxiliary planes, projections of
points and lines in different quadrants, traces, inclinations,
and true lengths of the lines, projections on auxiliary planes,
shortest distance, intersecting and non-intersecting lines.
Planes Other than the Reference Planes: Introduction of
other planes (perpendicular and oblique), their traces,
inclinations etc., projections of points lines in the planes,
conversion of oblique plane into auxiliary plane and solution
of related problems.
Projections of Plane Figures: Different cases of plane figure (of different shapes) making different angles with one
or both reference planes and lines lying in the plane figures
making different given angles (with one or both reference
planes). Obtaining true shape of the plane figure by projection.
Projection of Solids: Simple cases when solid is placed in different positions, Axis, faces and lines lying in the faces of the
solid making given angles.
Isometric and Orthographic: First and Third angle of system
of projection sketching of Orthographic views from pictorial
views and vice versa principles and type of sectioning.
Development of Surface
Text Books/Reference Books
1. Engineering Graphics by Narayana, K.L. and Kannaiah,
P.; Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
2. Elementary Engineering Drawing by Bhatt N.D.; Charotar Book Stall, Anand
3. Engineering Graphics by Lakshminarayaan, V. and
Vaish Wanar, R.S.; Jain Brothers, New Delhi
4. Engineering Graphics by Chandra, A.M. and Chandra
Satish; Narosa

PT 201 Polymer Chemistry

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Classification and nomenclature of polymers such as
plastics, rubbers and fibers, thermosets and thermoplastics,
linear, branched and cross-linked polymers, Homo and
copolymersGeneral introduction to polymers with emphasis
on important basic concepts such as monomer and
functionality, Polymerization and degree of polymerization,
high polymers and associated polymers. Molecular Weights
UNIT II
Types of polymerization, Condensation and Chain
growth polymerization, Step Reaction (Condensation)
Polymerization: classification of polymers and polymerization
mechanism, chemistry of stepwise polymerization,
kinetics and statistics of linear stepwise polymerization,
absolute reaction rates, Heat of Chain polymerization.
Radical chain (Addition) polymerization: Chemistry of chain
polymerization, laboratory methods in vinyl polymerization,
steady state kinetics of vinyl Radical polymerization, absolute
reaction rates, Heat of polymerization
UNIT III
Ionic and condensation chain (Addition) polymerization:
Chemistry of non-radical chain polymerization, cationic
polymerization, anionic polymerization, coordination
polymerization, ring opening polymerization
UNIT IV
Co-polymerization:
kinetics
of
co-polymerization,
composition of co-polymers, chemistry of co-polymerization,
block and graft co-polymerization, Alternate, Random
Copolymerization.
Polymerization
Conditions
and
polymer reactions, Industrial methods of polymerization,
polymerization in homogenous systems, polymerization in
heterogeneous systems, Diene and divinyl polymerization.
UNIT V
Techniques of Polymerization: Bulk, Solution, Suspension &
Emulsion.
Text Books/Reference Books
1. Textbook of Polymer Science, F.W. Billmeyer, John Wiley
2. Polymer Science, V.R. Gowarikar, New Age International
3. Polymer Science & Technology, J. A. Fried, Prentice Hall
4. Polymer Chemistry, Stevens, Oxford University Press
5. Principle of Polymerization, G Odian, Willey

PT-13

EC 202 Basic Electronics


Engineering

L T P Credits
400

UNIT I
Semiconductor physics: semiconducting materials, carriers
and conduction in semiconductors, semiconducting devices
and their characteristics: P-N junction diode, transistors,
special diodes, light emitting diodes, photo-diode, Shotky
diode, Varactor diode, Zener diode
UNIT II
Diode applications: Half-wave and full-wave rectifiers with
filters, Zener diodes as voltage regulators, clippers and
clampers
UNIT III
Amplifier circuits: Common emitter, common collector and
common base configuration, equivalent circuit, current
and voltage gain, input and output impedance. Power
Amplifiers: Class A and Class B push-pull amplifier and tuned
Class C amplifier. Cascading Stages in amplifiers: RC coupled,
direct coupled and transformer coupled and their frequency
response.
UNIT IV
Field effect transistors: Characteristics and application in
typical amplifier circuits. Introduction to Bipolar and MOS
integrated circuits, Thyristors, silicon controlled rectifiers and
UJT circuits.Operational amplifiers and their applications.
UNIT V
Digital circuits: Gates and their implementation, Boolean
algebra, Binary additions, Flip Flop counters, encoders,
decoders, Registers and shift registers, introduction to
microprocessors and their functional block diagrams
Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion techniques
Text Books/Reference Books: By Electronics Communication
Engg. Department

PT 203 Polymer Structure &


Properties

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Molecular weight and its determination: Various average
molecular weights of polymers, significance methods of
determination, Molecular weight distribution, significance,
fractionation and determination of molecular weight
distribution.
UNIT II
Spectral analysis of polymers: IR, Raman spectra, UV and
visible absorption spectra & mass spectra.

UNIT III
Thermal analysis of polymers: Thermo gravimetric
analysis, Differential thermal analysis, Differential scanning
Calorimetry, TMA-DTMA, Glass Transition, Softening point,
Melting point.
UNIT IV
Polymer crystallinity UNIT cells, chain packing, estimation
of degree of crystallinity, kinetics of crystallization of
polymers.
UNIT V
Plasticity and elasticity of polymers, theories of elasticity,
measurement of plastic and elastic properties. Mechanical
models of viscoelastic fluids, Retardation and Relaxation
spectrum, Experimental characterization of Viscoelastic
materials, Rotational & tube viscometers, Polymers
Rheology.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Polymer Science & Technology, P.Ghosh, Tata McGraw
Hill
2. Plastic Materials, J.Brydson, Elsevier
3. Thermal Analysis of Polymeric Materials, Wunderlich,
Springer
4. Introduction to Polymers, Young & Lovell, Nelson Thorns
5. Polymer Science, Mishra & Ahluwalia, CRC Press

PT 204 Rubber Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Natural rubber from latex, concentration and stabilization of
latex, latex compounding-latex compounding acids, wetting,
dispersing and emulsifying agents, stabilizers, thickening
agents and other miscellaneous materials.
UNIT II
Source, Chemical Formula, Molecular weight distribution,
mineral groupings and micro-gel end groups, protein
effect, elasticity of rubber chain, elasticity of a network,
network defects and crystallization non Gaussian network,
Money type equation, thermodynamics of rubber elasticity,
structure property relationship in rubbers, non rubber
properties, chemical reactivity solution properties, electrical,
structure and processing properties, strength of rubber.
UNIT III
Rubber additives and compounding-Vulcanizing agents,
activators accelerators, fillers, softeners, antioxidants,
peptizers, retarders, stiffeners, flame retardants, colors and
pigments, tackifying agents, blowing agents, bonding agents
etc., compound development and compounding of rubbers.
UNIT IV
Nitrile rubber, Polychloroprenes,diene rubbers.

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UNIT V
Manufacture of latex products by impregnation and
spreading process, casting impregnation, dipping process
(e.g.: surgeon gloves, balloons, dipped fabric gloves etc),
latex coatings, latex cement and adhesives, latex thread
and coir, latex foam. Manufacture of rubber products.
Manufacture of rubber products as Tubes, Hoses, Footwear.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. The Science & Technology of Rubber, Erman & Eirich,
Elsevier Academic Press
2. Handbook of Rubber Technology, R. Schuster, Wiley
Interscience
3. Handbook of Rubber Technology, Martin & Smith, CBS
Publishers
4. Rubber Materials, R Kothandaraman, CRC Press
5. Rubber Compounding, Rodgers, CRC Press

PT 205 Elements Of Chemical


Engineering

L T P Credits
300

UNIT I
Introduction- A general introduction to chemical and allied
industries. Concept of UNIT operations and UNIT processes
as employed in chemical process industries. Comparison
of the role of a chemical engineer/polymer science and
chemical technologist in polymer and other allied industries,
introduction co-current, counter current and cross flow,
batch and continuous Reactors.
UNIT II
Industrial Stoichiometry - Introduction to material and
energy balance. Flow sheet calculations for Single and
Multi-stage operations with and without chemical reactions.
Thermo-chemical calculations.
UNIT III
Mechanical Operations- Size reduction and separation
machinery, concept of mixing and agitation, free settling,
hindered settling, centrifuges, filters and their applications.
Various types of conveyers and their uses; with prime
emphasis on process application.
UNIT IV
Materials of Construction- Introduction, physical and
mechanical properties, corrosion and ways to combat
corrosion.
UNIT V
Selection of materials for different conditions of processes
like high and low temperatures, pressure and vacuum
applications, chemical composition of materials contained,
properties and performance of newer plastics and metals
towards economic selection.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Chemical Engineering, Vol. 1 & 2, Richardson, Elsevier
2. Outlines of Chemical Technology, C.E. Dryden, East West
Press

3. Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Kirk-Othmer,


Wiley
4. Principles of UNIT Operations, Foust, Wiley India
5. Chemical Engineering, E. Galan, Wiley-VCH

PT 206 Polymers &


Environment

L T P Credits
300

UNIT I
Sources of environmental pollution, different types of
pollutants.
UNIT II
Pollution due to detergents, pesticides, polymers, trace
organics, metals, petroleum & radioactive compounds.
UNIT III
Sources of air pollution: air quality standards, air pollution
control principles, effects of human health and environment,
basic design of air pollution control equipments
UNIT IV
Waste water characteristics, standards of disposal, need for
treatment, stream pollution & self purification, methods of
preliminary & secondary treatments.
UNIT V
Characteristics of solid waste, solid wastes in industries,
agricultural wastes, solid waste handling methods, treatment
& disposal, recycling & reuse of polymers, biodegradable
plastics, reclamation of rubber.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Plastics & Environment, Andrady, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Theory and Practice of Water & Wastewater Treatment,
Droste, Wiley India
3. Introduction to Environmental Engineering & Science,
Masters, Pearson Education
4. Polymers, the Environment & Sustainable Development,
Azapagic, John Wiley.
5. Biodegradable Polymers for Industrial Application, R
Smith,CRC

PT 207 Polymer Chemistry Lab

L T P Credits
003

Based on work corresponding to PT 201

PT 208 Rubber Technology Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 204

EC 209 Basic Electronics


Engineering Lab
Based on work corresponding to 202

PT-15

L T P Credits
002

PT 211 Process Equipment


Design

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Selection of materials, theories of failure, factor of safety,
stress concentration, fluctuating stress.
UNIT II
Design features of the following - Shafts, bearings, belt and
chain drives, types of gear-spur, helical, bevel and worm and
work gear, gear trains, tooth profile, bolted joints.
UNIT III
Design of thin cylinders with welded joints. Design of unfired
pressure vessel components. Design of reaction vessels,
agitators and drive systems.Design of non-pressure storage
tanks, high pressure vessels, tall vertical vessels, supports
for vessels, bolted flanges.
UNIT IV
Design of end closures, flat plates, domed ends, torispherical,
ellipsoidal, hemispherical and conical ends.
UNIT V
Mechanical design and fabrication drawings of selected
process equipments such as heat exchangers, evaporators,
distillation columns, absorbers, crystallizers and dryers
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Process Equipment Design, Brownwell, Wiley India
2. Process Equipment Design, S. D. Dawande, Central
Techno Publications
3. Process Equipment Design, Joshi & Mahajan, McMillan
India
4. Product & Process Design Principles,Seider, Wiley India
5. Ullmans Chemical Engineering & Plant Design, WileyVCH

PT 212 Polymer Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Industrial preparation, properties and applications of the
following;Polyolefins: Introduction, polyethylenes, polypropylene,
polyisobutylene,
Acrylic:
Polyacrylates,
polymethy
lmethacrylates, polyacrylamide, Polyvinyl Compounds:
Polyvinylchloride, polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl alcohol,
polyvinyl butyral, polyvinyl formal.

Nylon 6,6, Nylon 6,12. Polyurethanes: Introduction, flexible


polyurethane foam, rigid polyurethane foam, polyurethane
elastomers, polyurethane coatings.
UNIT IV
Ether polymers: Introduction, polyacetal, polyethylene
glycol, polypropylene glycol, epoxy resins, polyethylene
phenylene oxide.
UNIT V
Heat resistant polymers: Introduction, polyphenylene
sulfide polysulfones, polyimides, polyimidazole. Silicones
and related compounds
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Principles of Polymerization, G. Odion, Wiley Interscience
2. Polymer Synthesis, Braun, Springer International
3. Synthetic Polymers, Feldman & Barbalate, Chapman &
Hall
4. Synthesis of Polymers, D. Schluter, Wiley VCH
5. Polymer Synthesis: Theory & Practice, Braun, Springer
International

PT 213 Polymer Processing I

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Plastics additives and compounding: Antioxidants, metal
deactivators, light stabilizers, plasticizers, lubricants,
processing aids, impact modifiers, fillers and reinforcements,
colorants, flame retardants, anti-static agents, whitening
agents, bio-stabilizers, blowing agents, organic peroxides,
nucleating agents, additives for food quality, compound
development and compounding of plastics.
UNIT II
Principle of mixing and mixers: Introduction, mechanism
of mixing, practical mixing variables. Types of mixers: roll
mills, internal batch mixers, sigma mixers, high speed mixer,
blending, kneading and granulating equipment.
UNIT III
Calendaring and Milling: Introduction, Two-roll mill,
calendar roll, calendar configuration and operations.

UNIT II
Styrene Compounds: Polystyrene,HIPS, SAN, ABS.

UNIT IV
Extrusion: Principle of extrusion, Screw design,
constructional features of dies, equipment for extrusion
of monofilaments, tubes, rods, pipes, blown film, cast
film, Oriented film (BOPP), Sheet extrusion, twin screw
thermoforming, coating and lamination.

UNIT III
Polyesters: Introduction, polyethylene terephthalate,
polybutylene terephthalate, unsaturated polyesters,
aromatic polyesters, polycarbonate. Polyamides: Nylon 6,

UNIT V
Temperature control methods: Qualitative understanding
of mechanism of screw extrusion and effects of screw and
die design, breaker plates and screens, screw speed and

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temperature on output and quality of extrudates, sheet


extrusion, Twin screw extruder, Thermoforming.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Handbook of Plastic Processes, Harper, Wiley Interscience
2. Principles of Polymer Processing, Tadmor & Gogos, Wiley
3. Plastics Engineering, R J Crawford, Butterworths
4. Handbook of Plastic Technology, Allen & Baker, CBS
Publications
5. Blow Molding Handbook, Rosato, Hanser.

PT 214 Polymer Testing &


Specification

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction to methods of testing polymers and polymer
products, specification and standards. Test piece preparation:
cutting flexible materials, buffing, machining rigid materials,
dimensional measurements and gravimetric measurements.
UNIT II
Mechanical properties: Hardness, durometers, dead load
instruments and other indentation tests, static stress and
strain measurements, tensile machines, extensiometry
environmental cabinets, dynamic stress and strain properties,
forced vibration machines, free vibration machines, rebound
resilience, impact strength falling weight, Charpy and Izod,
Tensile impact, friction, abrasion, creep, stress relaxation
and set, stress relaxation, tensile stress relaxation of rubber,
compress stress relaxation of rubber, set, fatigues, dynamic
fatigue of rubber, cellular materials & plastics.
UNIT III
Electrical properties: resistance and resistivity, insulating
materials, conducting materials, electric strength, resistance
to surface discharges and tracking, surface charge and
discharge measurements, per mittivity and power factor.
UNIT IV
Thermal properties: specific heat, thermal conductivity,
thermal diffusivity, transfer coefficients, effect of
temperature, thermal expansion, Low temperature tests,
modulus tests, heat ageing and conditioning, air ovens,
liquid bath, oxygen bombs.
UNIT V
Optical properties: Microscopy, stereo binocular,
microscopes, standard microscopes, microtome, electron
microscopes,
ultramicrotomy.
Permeability:
Vapor
permeability, Gas permeability
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Handbook of Plastic Testing & Failure Analysis, Vishu
Shah, Wiley Interscience
2. Polymer Testing & Evaluation of Plastics, Mathu &
Bhardwaj, Allied Publishers
3. Handbook of Plastics Technology, Allen & Baker, CBS
Publishers

4. Introduction to Plastics & Composites, E. Miller, Marcel


Dekker
5. Fatigue, Testing & Analysis, Lee, Elsevier.

PT 215 Heat Transfer

L T P Credits
300

UNIT I
Modes of heat transfer, basic equations, dimensional
analysis.
UNIT II
Conduction: thermal conductivity of materials, steady and
unsteady state conduction, steady state conditions, equation
of planes, cylinders, hollow spheres, and problems related
to these cases. Lagging of pipes and other equipment,
optimum lagging thickness, heat transfer from extended
surfaces (fins).
UNIT III
Convection: Individual and overall heat transfer coefficients,
natural and forced convection, laminar and turbulent flow,
heat transfer inside and outside the tubes, natural convection
heat transfer to wall and cylinder, film wise and drop wise
condensation, heat transfer to boiling, correlation in boiling
heat transfer. Evaporation: Heat transfer to vaporization
processes, single and multiple effect evaporations.
UNIT IV
Radiation: Stefan-Boltzmann Law, Black body radiation,
radiation from solid surfaces, Heat exchange by radiation
between two finite black surfaces, between two infinite
parallel surfaces, shape factor.
UNIT V
Heat Exchangers: Basic types, LMTD in single pass, parallel
and counter flow arrangements, cross-flow arrangements,
use of correlation factor, design principles of heat exchangers,
heat transfer through fluidized beds.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer, Incropera, Wiley
India
2. Principles of Heat Transfer, Kreith, Thomson Learning
3. Heat Transfer: Principles & Applications, Dutta, Prentice
Hall
4. Process Heat Transfer, S K Das, Narosa
5. Process Heat Transfer, Kern, Mc Graw Hill

HU 216 Engineering
Economics

L T P Credits
300

UNIT I
Introduction: Nature and significance of economics, Goods
and Utility, Basic Concept of Demand and Supply, Elasticity
of Demand- Price elasticity of Demand, Cross elasticity of
Demand, Production - Production Function, Production
Process and Factors of Production, Market Introduction to

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Monopoly, Perfect Competition, Oligopoly and Monopolistic


Competition, Cost Concepts, E-commerce.
UNIT II
Money- its evaluation and function, Bank- Commercial Bank
and Central Bank and brief idea about function of banking
system. Tax and Subsidy, Type of Tax- Direct and Indirect,
Monetary and fiscal policy, Inflation and Business cycle,
IPR & WTO, International trade, terms of Trade, Gain from
International Trade, Free Trade vs. Protection, Dumping,
Balance of Payment.
UNIT III
Role of Science, Engineering and Technology in economic
development: Some of the burning problems of rural and
slum areas in India and how engineering and technology
may be used to alleviate them, example of Green Revolution
and White revolution. Reasons for their success and can we
replicate them. Sustainable development.
UNIT IV
Elementary Economic Analysis; Interest formulas and their
Applications; Calculations of economic equivalence.
UNIT V
Bases for Comparison of Alternatives: Present worth
Method, Future worth method, Annual equivalent, Internal
Rate of return; Evaluating Production Operations, Business
Risk Management.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. G.J. Thuesen, & W.J. Fabrycky, Engineering Economy,
Prentice-Hall of India Private Limited, New Delhi
2. William G. Sullivan, James A. Bontadelli & Elin M. Wicks,
Engineering Economy, Pearson Education Asia, First
Indian reprint
3. Donald G. Newnan, Jerome P. Lavelle & ted G. Eschenbach
, Engineering Economic Analysis , Engineering press,
Austin, Texas
4. Seema Singh, Economics for Engineering Students, IK
International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd

PT 217 Polymer Technology Lab

L T P Credits
003

Based on work corresponding to PT 212

PT 218 Polymer Testing Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 214

PT 219 Heat Transfer Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 215

PT 220 Self Study

L T P Credits
001

PT 301 Chemical Process


Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Synthesis of steady-state flow sheets for the chemical plant,
Processing of water for various end uses,
UNIT II
Industrial gases and different techniques for air separation
system, manufacture of fertilizers including sulfuric acid,
ammonia and its allied products like urea, nitric acid and
other products.
UNIT III
Food processing and agro based products like paper, sugar,
oils and soap etc. including the manufacture of ethyl alcohol.
UNIT IV
Electrochemical and chlor alkali industries, safety and
hazards in chemical process plant design and environmental
constraints.
UNIT V
Concept of green technologies.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Elementary Principles of Chemical Processes, Felder,
Academic Press
2. Chemical Process Technology, Moulijn, John Wiley
3. Chemical Process: Design & Integration, Smith, John
Wiley
4. Encyclopedia of Chemical Processing, Lee, Taylor &
Francis
5. Chemical Process Industry, Shreve, Mc Graw Hill

EL 302 Instrumentation &


Control

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Instrumentation-Measuring instruments: moving coil,
moving iron, rectifier type & dynamometer type meters
for measurement of voltage, current, resistance & power,
integrating meters, CRO principles & applications, electronic
voltmeters.
UNIT II
Instrumentation: Transducers, measurement of nonelectrical quantities like pressure, temperature,
displacement, velocity, acceleration etc, strain gauge &
applications. Typical instrumentation system, telemetry, Use
of microprocessors in instrumentation.
UNIT III
Basic control theory & process control: Control loop &
its components, transfer functions, characteristics and
choice of proportional derivative & integral control working

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mechanism of pneumatic & electronic PID controller, on-off


controller, limit switches, solenoid values, simple control
schemes for level, flow, temperature etc as applied to
reactor and heat exchangers.
UNIT IV
Computer aided analysis of process instrumentation &
control.
UNIT V
Process control instrumentation in polymer processing
techniques such as injection molding, extrusion, blow
molding, melt spinning etc, an elementary introduction to
programmable logic controller
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Chemical Process Control, George Stephanopolus,
Prentice Hall India
2. Instrumentation for Process Measurement & Control,
Norman A Anderson, CRC Press
3. Process Control, Martin T E, McGraw Hill
4. Process Control, P. Harriot, McGraw Hill
5. Process Dynamics & Control, Seborg, Edgar &
Mellichamp, John Wiley

PT 303 Industrial Organization


& Management

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Management Science: Different forms of organizations,
their formation and organization concept, definitions of
management, functions of management, authority and
responsibility, UNIT of command and direction. Business
Organizations: Different forms of organizations, their
formation and working, localization of industry specialization.
UNIT II
Different organization structure the line organization, the
functional organization, the line and staff organization.
UNIT III
Plant layout: Factors governing plant location, objectives
of a good plant layout, process layout, product layout and
combination layout. Work study: Work measurement, time
study and motion economy, flow process chars, two handed
process charts, flow diagrams, sim charts, string, diagrams,
Therbligs
UNIT IV
Personnel management: Man power planning, sources
of recruitment selection and training, job evaluation,
merit rating, performance, appraisal, wage administration
and systems of wage payments, incentives, motivations,
industrial fatigue, trade unions Industrial relations.

UNIT V
Financial Management: Capital structure, fixed capital,
sources of finance and financing institutes, prime costs,
overhead costs, allocation of overheads, depreciation.
Stores and Purchase Organization. Inspection, Inventory of
materials, Quality control
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Organisational Theory, Jones G.R., Addison Wesley
2. Essentials of Management, Koontz & ODonnell, Tata
McGraw Hill
3. Managerial Economics, Thomas & Mauvil, Tata McGraw
Hill
4. Marketing Management, Kotler, Prentice Hall
5. Consumer Behaviour, Schiffmam & Kanuk, Prentice Hall

PT 304 Fiber Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction to natural & synthetic fibres. Essential
characteristics of fiber forming polymers.
UNIT II
Polymer & fibre physics: Glass transition temperature, the
crystallization of polymers and crystallinity, orientation,
X-ray, physical structure of natural and manufactured fibers.
Production of manufactured fibers.
UNIT III
General principles of spinning: Flow of fluid through
a capillary, die swell, melt, dry and wet spinning. Melt
spinning process; melt extrusion, spinning conditions. Effect
on filament structure and properties with special reference
to polyamide, polyester &, Polypropylene fibers. Fiber
production and post spinning operation.
UNIT IV
Manufacturing, Properties & Uses of Viscose rayon and
Cellulose acetate fibres. Fibres from Addition PolymersPolyethylene, Polypropylene Polyacrylonitrile, Polyvinyl
alchol fibers, Copolymers for fiber production.
UNIT V
Dyeing and finishing of fibers: Chemistry and applications
of common dyes to natural and manufactured fibres. Batch,
Semi continuous and Continuous dyeing operations.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Man Made Fibres, R.W.Moncrieff, Butterworth Scientific
Publication
2. Introduction to Fibre Science & Technology, SP Mishra,
New Age Publication
3. Progress in Textile Science & Technology, Vol I & II, V. K.
Kothari, Chapman & Hall
4. Manufactured Fibre Technology, V. B. Gupta, Chapman &
Hall
5. Handbook of Fibre Chemistry, M. Lewin, CRC Press

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PT 305 Polymer
Processing II

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Compression molding machine types, principles of
operations, molding cycle, meaning of terms bulk factor and
flow properties as applied to molding materials, the interplay
of heat, pressure, friction, catalysts etc for thermosetting
materials.
UNIT II
Injection Molding Machine-Machine description study,
Types and limitations, working principles, constructional
features, specifications, maintenance, types of clamping,
temperature control, types of cylinder nozzles, ejection
systems, starting and shutdown procedures, press capacity.
Hydraulics, basic principles, hydraulic systems as used
in injection molding machine. Process variables, Trouble
shooting.
UNIT III
Gas assisted injection molding, structural foam molding,
reaction injection molding process, their industrial
application.
UNIT IV
Blow molding process, Principles and Description of blow
mold, Extrusion & Injection stretch blow molding, Parison
control, trouble shooting.
UNIT V
Miscellaneous processing methods: casting, rotational
molding, thermoforming, fabrication, decoration of
polymers
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Injection Molding, Potsch & Michaeli,Hanser
2. Blow Molding Handbook, Rosato, Hanser
3. Polymer Processing: Principles & Design, Baird, John
Wiley
4. Handbook of Plastic Processes, Harper, Wiley Interscience
5. Injection Molds, Hans Gastrow, Amazon.com

PT 306 Chemical
Technology Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 301

EL 307 Instrumentation &


Control Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 302

PT 308 Fiber Technology Lab


Based on work corresponding to PT 304

L T P Credits
002

PT 309 Minor Project I

L T P Credits

004
4
Industrial Training of 4 weeks in winter vacation at the end
of V Semester

PT 311 Chemical Reaction


Engineering

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Homogeneous catalysis: Introduction, kinetics, single ideal
reactors.
UNIT II
Heterogeneous Catalysis: Catalytic specificity, preparation,
testing and characterization of catalysts, Catalyst poisoning
and catalyst regeneration.
UNIT III
Fluid solid catalytic Reaction: Kinetics, external transport
process, Reaction & Diffusion within porous catalysts,
Effective diffusivity, Thermal conductivity and effectiveness
factors. Analysis of rate data design outline & selection of
fixed bed, fluid bed and slurry reactions.
UNIT IV
Fluid-fluid reaction rate equations and their application to
the design of reactors.
UNIT V
Fluid-solid non-catalytic reactors rate equations and their
applications to the design of reactors.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Elements of Chemical Reaction Engineering, H.S.Fogler,
Prentice-Hall
2. Chemical Reaction Engineering, Levenspiel, Wiley India
3. The Engineering of Chemical Reactions, Schmidt, Oxford
University Press
4. Elements of Reaction Engineering, RPS Srivastava,
Khanna Publishers
5. Handbook of Polymer Reaction Engineering, T. Meyer,
Wiley-VCH

PT 312 Packaging
Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction: Packaging as an integral process in production
and marketing. Packages Packaging characteristics, Physical
properties. Mechanism of spoilage, degradation, corrosion
& their prevention. Compatibility- permissible plasticizers
and their migration to food products. Package design.
UNIT II
Packaging Materials : Papers and speciality papers,
Cellulosic films and laminates. Plastics-PE, PP, PS, PVC, PVDC,
Nylon, Polyester and their combinations. Expanded PE, PS

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and bubble films. Glass containers, ampoules and vials.


Composite containers, drums and paper tubes. Aluminium
foils, laminates and coating. Single layer and multilayer
polymer packaging.

UNIT IV
Distillation: Vapor liquid equilibria, enthalpy-concentration
diagrams, simple distillation, continuous rectification of
binary systems,

UNIT III
Ancillary materials: Adhesives, Adhesive tapes. Cushioning
materials and properties, Reinforcements. Stitching
methods. Seals and enclosures. Lining compounds and
lacquers. Labels and instant labeling. Ink jet printing and bar
coding. Graphic design. Printing techniques- Printing inks
and print evaluations.

UNIT V
Multistage tray tower design- McCabe and Thiele and
Ponchon Savarit methods, tray efficiency, Azeotropic,
extractive and steam distillation.

UNIT IV
Testing, Standards and Quality control: Mechanical testing,
resistance to light, insect and mould. Barrier testing for air,
oxygen etc., shelf life, worthiness of filled packages. Seal
tests. Standards- basic concepts, standards for rigid and non
rigid and ancillary materials, standards for export packages,
ISO 9000 and implications. Ecopackaging and regulations.
UNIT V
Process machinery and equipment: Machinery and
equipment for manufacture of bottles, carry-bags, films, and
laminates.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Materials for Advanced Packaging, LU, Springer
2. Encyclopedia of Packaging Technology, Brody, John Wiley
3. Plastics Packaging, Piringer & Bauer, Wiley Interscience
4. Plastics Packaging, Selke, Hanser
5. Nano Packaging, Morris, Springer

PT 313 Mass Transfer

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Mass transfer operations and their classification, molecular
diffusion, Ficklaw of diffusion, equimolal counter diffusion,
diffusion of A through stagnant nondiffusing B, diffusion
in gases, molecular diffusion in liquids, measurement and
estimation of diffusivity mass transfer between gas and
liquid phases, estimation and determination of gas and
liquid mass transfer coefficients.
UNIT II
Film theory, penetration theory and surface renewal theory.
Equipment used in gas-liquid operations, cocurrent and
countercurrent absorption processes, transfer unit.
UNIT III
Solid liquid extraction, liquid extraction: single stage
extraction, multistage cross current extraction, continuous
counter multistage extraction, continuous countercurrent
extraction with reflux, equipments used in liquid-liquid
extraction.

Text Books/Reference Books:


1. Chemical Engineering Vol. 1, Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer &
Mass Transfer, Richardson, Elsevier
2. Mass Transfer Operations, Robert E.Treyball, Mc Graw
Hill
3. Principles of Mass Transfer, Sharma, Prentice Hall of
India
4. Principles of Mass Transfer & Separation Process, Dutta,
Prentice Hall of India
5. Elements of Mass Transfer, Anatharaman & Sheriffa
Begum, Prentice Hall of India

PT 314 Polymer Product Design

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Design procedure: properties of plastics influencing design,
simple structural design analysis loads, stresses, choice of
plastic material, process selection for product fabrication,
effect of process variables on product design, design features
that influence performance.
UNIT II
Product Design based on Reinforced plastic and composites,
stress analysis, wall thickness, tolerances etc. An outline of
testing and quality control.
UNIT III
Designing, limitation of plastic molded parts based on
various processing techniques.
UNIT IV
Property of plastics Basic design theory. Product design
for stiffness Design of dynamic loaded and static loaded
plastic.
UNIT V
Performance limitation in service and environment exposure,
improvement of design
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Plastics Design Handbook, Rosato, Springer India
2. Industrial Design of Plastic Products, Gordon, John Wiley
3. Plastic Product Design, R.D. Buck, Van Nostrand Reinhold
4. Product Design & Manufacturing, Prentice Hall
5. Handbook of Plastics Process, CA Harper, Wiley
Interscience

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PT 315 Special Polymers &


Elastomers

L T P Credits
310

PT 401 Polymer Blends &


Composites

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction, Engineering & high performance polymers e.g.
PEEK, Aramids, Polysulfones, thermally stable organic and
inorganic polymers, hydrophilic polymers, polyimides and
related speciality polymers, Ionic polymers, polyaryl ether
ketones, liquid-crystal polymers, Telechelic polymers.

UNIT I
Polymer blends classification, principles of polymer
compatibility, different theories of predicting compatibility,
factors governing compatibility, compatibilizers, property
achieved by blending, methods of blending, characterization
of blends, commercial poly-blends and their properties,
morphology of blends and its determination.

UNIT II
Conducting
polymers,
piezoelective polymers.

UNIT II
Introduction to rheology of polymer blends, its relevance in
processing, rheology phase morphology relationships and
their relevance.

photoconductive

polymers,

UNIT III
Dendritic polymers, barrier polymers, polymers in conversion
and storage of solar energy,
UNIT IV
Polymers in corrosion inhibition, polymers as antistatic
agents, Polymer colloids, polymeric surfactants, biomedical
polymers.
UNIT V
Introduction to elastomers, diene and non-diene elastomers,
thermoplastic elastomers-SBS, EPDM, PU, NBR, CPE, silicone
rubbers.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Speciality Polymers, R.W.Dyson, Blackie Academic
2. Functional Polymers, Bergbrieeter & Martin, Plenum
3. Functionalized Polymers & their Applications, Akelah &
Moet, Chapman & Hall
4. Handbook of Conducting Polymers, Skotheim &
Reynolds, CRC Press
5. Conductive Electroactive Polymers, Wallace-et-al, CRC

PT 316 Mass Transfer Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 313

PT 317 Reaction Engineering


Lab

L T P Credits
002

Based on work corresponding to PT 311

PT 318 Minor Project II


PT 319 Viva-Voce Examination
of V Sem Industrial Training

L T P Credits
004

L T P Credits
002

Industrial Training of six weeks in Summer Vacation at the


end of VI Semester

UNIT III
Classification of composite, particulate and fibrous
composite, introduction to reinforcing material.
UNIT IV
Properties of composites, Fabrication of continuous
and short fiber composites and particulate composites,
mechanical and physical properties.
UNIT V
Environmental effect on composites, test methods and
applications of composites
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Polymer Blends, Vol. I & II, D. R. Paul, Academic Press
2. Composite Materials: Science & Engineering, Chawla,
Springer India
3. Polymer Blends & Composites, L.H.Sperling, Hanser
4. Polymer composites, Friedrich, Springer
5. Polymer Composites, Gupta & Gupta, New Age

PT 402 Plant Engineering &


Process Economics

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Basic considerations in Chemical Engg. Plant design, project
identification, preliminary techno-economic feasibility,
process design aspects, selection of process, factors affecting
process selection, importance of laboratory development to
pilot plant, scale up methods, types flow sheet, selection
of process equipment, development of process flow sheet
from process information.
UNIT II
Process utilities, process water, boiler feed water, water
treatment, waste treatment of disposal, coil heating system,
chilling plants, compressed air and vacuum.
UNIT III
Plant location and layout factors affecting both planning
and layouts, drawings of plant layout, use of scale up
methods, plant elevation drawings and complex engineering

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flow sheet drawings. Safety methods in plant equipment,


problems in standardization and commissioning. Project
scheduling, use of PERT/CPM methods. Project evaluation
and assessment of project profitability.
UNIT IV
Cash flow statement, discounted cash flow, pay back period,
break-even point, introduction to market survey, preliminary
analysis of balance sheet, minimum economics plant
capacity, technological obsolescence, need for expansion and
diversification, concept to marginal additional investment,
role of research and development, Indian chemical industry,
current state and trends.
UNIT V
Estimation of investment, 6/10 factor rule, cost of
infrastructure, estimate of investment for the same,
estimating cost of production, principle of costing, estimating
working capital requirements, estimating financial cost
by way of interest charges and depreciation, methods of
determination of depreciation, profitability of project.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Ullmanns Chemical Engineering & Plant Design,2 volsat,
Ullmann, John Wiley
2. Plant Design & Economics for Chemical Engineers, Peters
et al, McGraw Hill
3. Chemical Engineering Design: Principle, Practice &
Economics of Plant and Process Design, Towler & Sinnot,
Elsevier
4. Process Engineering Economics, J.R Couper, Chemical
Industries Publisher
5. Project Management, Burke Willey India

PT 403-1 Inorganic Polymers

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction, Types of inorganic polymers and their special
characteristics.
UNIT II
Characterization of Inorganic polymers - Molecular weights,
Molecular weight distributions, Chain statistics, Solubility
considerations, Crystallinity, Transitions, Spectroscopy,
Mechanical properties.
UNIT III
Polyphosphazenes: Synthesis, Ring opening polymerization,
Mechanism, structure-property relationships. Advanced
elastomeric, Fibres, and Film forming polyphosphazenes,
Polyphosphazenes as biomedical materials, Organometallic
polyphosphazenes,
Liquid
crystalline
and
high
refractive index polymers, polycarbophosphazenes and
polythiophosphazenes.

UNIT IV
Polysilanes and Related Polymers - Introduction, synthesis
and chemical modification of polysilanes, Physical properties
of polysilanes, Electronic properties and conformations,
photodegradation of polysilanes, Structure of polysilanes,
Technology of polysilanes.
UNIT V
Miscellaneous inorganic polymers: Boranes, Polymers
containing sulfur and nitrogen properties and applications.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Inorganic Polymers, A. J. Barry, Academic Press
2. Inorganic Polymer Chemistry, F. Gimblett, Butterworth
3. Inorganic Polymers, Mark, Allcock & West, Oxford
University Press
4. Inorganic Polymers, Chatwal & Arora, Himalaya
Publishing House
5. Boron-Containing Polymers, ASA Aziz, Wiley-Blackwell

PT 403-2 Footwear Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Shoe soles: Soling requirements, synthetic soling materials,
compounding & processing. Individual soling compoundingPVC compounding and processing, Thermoplastic RubberCompounding and Processing, Polyurethane-Compounding
cell structure, processing. Ethylene vinyl acetate.
Miscellaneous soling.
UNIT II
Adhesives: Main class of adhesives, Principle of adhesion,
selection of adhesive, factory applications, types of
adhesives, miscellaneous application socking & combing
adhesive, French binding, Heel covering; sole attaching;
Neoprene, PU, hot melt and liquid curing adhesive, adhesion
problem. Coated fabrics for shoe upper: PVC, coated fabric,
PU coated fabric.
UNIT III
Testing, assessment and quality control: Durability of shoe
upper, soling material assessment Drum (DIN) abrasion;
AK RON Abrasion, Flex Crack performance, Dimensional
stability test, sole bond adhesion test, Tear test for soling
materials, environmental storage conditions, miscellaneous
properties Hardness and softness; tensile strength; water
absorption; oil and slip resistance.
UNIT IV
Unit Soles: Molded and pre fabricated units, individual
solings Vulcanized rubber, crepe rubber, Nylon, polyester,
PVC, Thermoplastic rubber, PU, EVA.
UNIT V
Moulding Technology: Compression moulding, sponge
moulding, direct molded shoes, injection moulding

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thermoplastic, polyurethane injection moulding, insert


moulding, HF flow moulding, vulcanization of solving,
Materials of future.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Polymers & Footwear Technology, P.Singh, Kumar
Dhawan Publications
2. Footwear Materials & Process Technology, A..J. Harvey,
Shoe Trades Publishers
3. Modern Footwear Materials & Process, W E Cohn,
Fairchild Publications
4. Introduction to Modern Footwear Technology, B.
Venkatappaiah, B. Sita Publishers.
5. Material Analysis & Testing, Amazon.com

PT 403-3 Chemical Toxicology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction: kinds of toxic pollutants; Toxic chemicals in Air,
Water & soil; Toxic elements in waste water.
UNIT II
Common toxic manifestations i.e. asphyxiation, irritation,
Pneumoconiosis, Narcosis, systematic intoxication, Hepatic
& Renal disorder, Dermatitis, Carcinogenesis, etc.
UNIT III: Biological sampling, threshold limiting value; impact
of toxic chemicals on enzymes.
UNIT IV
Biochemical effects of As, Cd, Pb, Hg, Carbon Monoxide,
Nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, Ozone, cyanide, Pesticides
DDT, MIC; Toxic metal pollutants; Analysts of Be, Zn, Cd, Hg,
Tl, Pb, V, As, Sb Cr, U, Se, Te, Mn, Co, Ni, Os, Pt.
UNIT V
Toxic gaseous pollutants& non metals; Toxic minerals and
dust; Toxic organic compounds.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. A textbook of Modern Toxicology, Hodgson, WileyBlackwell
2. Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3 Vol. Set, Wexler, Elsevir
Science
3. Introduction to Toxicology & Risk Assessment, H. Greim,
Wiley Interscience
4. Toxicology, Marquaardt, Elsevier Science
5. Handbook of Toxicology, P.R.Rose, Amazon.com

PT 403-4 Polymer Coatings &


Adhesives

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction & mechanism of adhesion of polymeric coatings
on various substrates.

UNIT II
Solvent based polymeric coating. Water based polymeric
coatings. UV and EB curable coatings. 100% convertible
coatings. Selection criteria of coating for various substrates.
UNIT III
Mechanism of adhesion, classification of adhesives,
chemically reactive adhesives.
UNIT IV
preparation of adhesives, animal glue, protein adhesives,
starch adhesives, synthetic resin adhesives, rubber
based adhesives, cellulose & silicate adhesives, industrial
application of adhesives.
UNIT V
Health, safety hazard and environmental aspects of coatings
during manufacturing and applications.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Coatings Technology Handbook, Tracton, CRC Press
2. Organic Coatings, Wicks, Wiley-Blackwell
3. Additives for Coatings, Bieleman, Wiley-Blackwell
4. Handbook of Adhesives Technology, Pizzi & Mittal,
Marcel- Dekker
5. Coatings Technology, Langmuir, CRC Press

PT 404-1 Biosensor Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Measurements
and
instrumentation
principles.
Fundamentals of transducers and sensors, their sensitivity,
specificity, linearity and transduction system analysis.
UNIT II
Introduction to biosensors; transduction principles used
in biosensors viz. electrical, optical, microchip sensors and
surface acoustic wave devices and transducers and related
technology.
UNIT III
Biotechnological components of the sensor based on
enzymes, antigen-antibody reaction, biochemical detection
of analytes, organelles, whole cell, receptors, DNA probe,
pesticide detection,
UNIT IV
Sensors for pollutant gases.
UNIT V
Kinetics, stability and reusability of sensors. Selected
examples and future developments.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Biosensors, R.Comeaux, Nova Science Publisher Inc
2. BioSensing, J.Schultz, Springer
3. Sensor Materials, P.T.Moseley, Institute of Physics
Publishing

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4. Handbook of Biosensors & Biochip, R.S.Marks, WileyBlackwell


5. Nanomaterial for Biosensors, C.S.S.R. Kumar, Wiley-VCH

CE 404-2 Environment Impact


Assessment

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Objectives of environmental impact assessment (EIA),
Methodology for EIA; base line study, scoping check lists,
scaled & Weighted matrices, networks overlays, index
methods.
UNIT II
Planning of environmental factors to be evaluated at site,
Prediction and assessment of impacts on air, water, land,
demography & biological environment.
UNIT III
Consideration of human values in design & execution of
projects. Impact analysis of hydro power/thermal power
project etc.
UNIT IV
Environmental impact analysis Laws & status in India,
Elements of Environmental auditing.
UNIT V
Identification of process operation imbalances resulting in
resource loss and their impact on environment.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Environmental Impact Assessment, Lawrence, WileyBlackwell
2. Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment, Vol. I &
II, Petts, Blackwell
3. Environmental Impact Statements, Eccleston, John Wiley
4. Environment Impact Assessment, W. C. Larry, McGraw
Hill
5. Nanotechnology: Environmental Impact & Solutions,
Theordore, Wiley

PT 404-3 Management
Concepts for Engineers

L T P Credits
310

UNIT IV
Time value of money , analysis of financial statements, ratio
analysis, break even analysis.
UNIT V
Determination of working capital, techniques of capital
budgeting decisions.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Organisational theory, Jones G.R., Addison Wesley.
2. Essentials of management, Koontz & O Donnell, Tata
McGraw Hill.
3. Managerial Economics, Thomas & Mauvil, Tata McGraw
Hill.
4. Marketing Management, Kotler, Prentice Hall.
5. Consumer Behaviour, Schiffman & Kanuk, Prentice Hall

PT 404-4 Material Science &


Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
General concepts; Diffusion processes and their industrial
application; Phase diagram: Gibbs phase rule;, Zone
refining and pure silicon crystal, first and second order
phase transition; Martensitic transformation and spinodal
decomposition.
UNIT II
Electrical and thermal behavior; Solid solution,skin affect
,thin metal films; Thermoelectricity, sebbeck ,Thomson and
peltier effects ,thermoelectric heating and refrigeration,
thermoelectric generators.
UNIT III
Elastic behavior of solids, an elasticity, thermoelasticity,
viscoelastic deformation, corrosion and degradation of
materials.
UNIT IV
Electrochemical concentration,corrosion environments
,corrosion prevention, materials selection and design
consideration.

UNIT I
Introduction to Management, The evolution of management
thought, Functions and skills of a manager.

UNIT V
Economic, environmental and societal issues in materials
science and technology.

UNIT II
Organizational
structure,
Organizational
behavior,
Foundations of individual behavior, Personality, perceACion,
learning, values, attitudes, motivation.

Text Books/Reference Books:


1. Materials Science & Engineering, Callister, Wiley India.
2. Materials Science & Engineering, V Raghavan, Prentice
Hall of India.
3. Engineering Materials, Bhargava, Prentice Hall of India .
4. Engineering Materials, Budinski & Budinski, Prentice
Hall.
5. Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, James F.
Shackelford, Macmillan.

UNIT III
Interpersonal dynamics, group dynamics, leadership,
management of conflict and negotiation.

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PT 405 CIM Lab


PT 406 Polymer Composite Lab

L T P Credits
003

L T P Credits

003
Based on course work corresponding to PT 401

PT 407 Major Project (Part I)

L T P Credits
004

PT 408 Viva Voce Examination L T P Credits


004
4
of VI Sem Industrial Training
L T P Credits
310

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction, Elementary Principles, Structure & Properties
of Ion-exchangers.Mineral ion-exchangers, Synthetic
inorganic ion exchangers, Ion-exchange resins, Ion-exchange
coals, Other materials with ion-exchange properties, Liquid
ion-exchangers.

A student shall select the topic of Major Project after the


comprehensive literature survey from current journals. He/
she will submit a summary of the topic and plan of Project
work, financial and technical requirements, vision of the
project, seminar, course work etc.

PT 411 Mould and Die Design

PT 412-1 Ion-Exchange
Materials

UNIT I
Mould Design: Importance of mould & dies, mould types,
molding cycle.

UNIT II
Preparation of Ion Exchange Resins:- Principles, Cation
exchangers, Anion exchangers, Amphoteric ion-exchangers.
UNIT III
Characteristic Properties:- Various types of capacities,
ion exchange equilibria, ion exchange kinetics, Electric
conductivity,
Transference
of
solvent-convection
conductivity.Ion-exchange Columns: Two stage, Multistage
and mixed bed deionization, Ion exclusion, Ion retardation.
Catalysis by Ion-exchangers:-Reaction of gases and vapours,
Reaction of liquid and solute kinetics.
UNIT IV
Electron Exchangers and Redox Ion-exchangers: Preparation,
Reactions and applications, Physiochemical properties.

UNIT II
Elementary principles of design, different methods of mould
making, mould proving, mould finishing.

UNIT V
Miscellaneous Ion-exchangers: New organic, inorganic
composite ion-exchangers.

UNIT III
General mould construction: Basic terminologies, use of
local inserts, 2 plate & 3 plate moulds, bolsters, ancillary
items, guide pillars, guide bushed, positioning of guide
pillars, types of sprues and gates, types of runners, balanced
runners, ejector system, cooling systems, venting, degating
devices.

Text Books/Reference Books:


1. Ion Exchange, F. G. Helfferich, Mc Graw Hill
2. Quantitative Inorganic Analysis, A. I. vogel
3. Ion Exchange Materials: Properties & Applications, A. A.
Zagorodni, Elsevier
4. Ion Exchange Resins, R. Kunin, Wiley
5. Inorganic Ion Exchangers, Qureshi & Varshney, CRC

UNIT IV
Die Design: Introduction, basic die construction, classification
of dies, straight through dies, cross head dies, offset dies,
dies for tubular films, flat film dies, sheet dies, tube dies,
dies for solid sections, dies for multicolour or multimaterial
extrusion.
UNIT V
Temperature control of extrusion dies, materials for
extrusion dies, manufacture of extrusion dies.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Handbook of Plastic Technology, Vol. I, Allen & Baker
2. Handbook of Plastic Process, C. A. Harper, Wiley
Interscience
3. Mold Engineering, H. Rees, Hanser
4. Injection Molding of Plastic Components, J. Brown, Mc
Graw Hill
5. Plastic Design Handbook, Rosato, Springer India

PT 412-2 Tyre Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction: Importance of tyres, history, current status,
functions of pneumatic tyres, applications, types of tyres,
desirable tyre properties, classification of tyres based on
carcass, tyre profile, geometry, sizing & designation, tyre
components, principle of pneumatic tyre, requirements of
pneumatic tyres.
UNIT II
Tyre Design: General, motion forces, heat build up, types of
bonding, set of service conditions, tyre size requirements,
safety requirements; Tread design, general, role of foot
print area and factors affecting tread life, various types of
tread pattern. Carcass design, role of various fibres used in

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carcass, estimation of number of plies, Bead design, single


bead, multiple beads, and various configurations of wires in
bead assembly.
UNIT III
Compound Design: General introduction, role of various
mixing ingredients, various recipes.
UNIT IV
Manufacture Technology: Compound mixing, mixing
equipments, extrusion of components, tyre cord
manufacture, wire cord manufacture, calendaring tyre
manufacture, mold procurement, component preparation,
green tyre building, pre curing, curing and post curing
operations/treatments.
UNIT V
Tyre Testing/Evaluation Methods: General safety standards,
carcass strength, resistance to bead unseating, machine
simulation tests, indoor laboratory testing, field-test on
road, proving grounds, latest testing techniques.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Tyre Technology, S. N. Chakravarty, Indian Rubber
Institute
2. Tyres, Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Kirk &
Othmer
3. Pneumatie Tyre Design, E.C. Wood, Cambridge
4. Tire Engineering, Kovac & Rodgers, Goodyear Tire
Rubber Co., Ohio
5. Handbook of Rubber Technology, R.Schuster, Wiley
Interscience

PT 412-3 Biochemical
Engineering

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction to structure of cells, important cell types,
Growth of microbial cells.
UNIT II
Primary, Secondary, tertiary structure of Biomacromolecules
such as lipids, sugars and polysaccharides, nucleotidies,
RNA, DNA, amino acids, proteins, hybrid biochemicals etc.
interactions of these molecules. Structure and functions of
Biomembranes, Osmo regulations interacting toxins.
UNIT III
Kinetics of Enzyme Catalyzed Reactions - Enzyme substrate
complex and enzyme action, with example from industrial
enzymes. Simple enzyme. Kinetics with one and two
substrates. Michaelis-Menten kinetics, models of Enzymes
Kinetics with brief introduction, Substrate activation
and inhabition, multiple substrates reacting on a single
enzyme. Protein denaturation by chemical agent and heat,
renaturation.

UNIT IV
Applied Enzyme Catalysis - Kinetics of substrate utilization,
Production Formation and Biomass Production in Cell
Cultures. Cell in cell culture system.
UNIT V
Transport Phenomena in Bioprocess Systems - Modification
in the Design and Analysis of Chemical reactor as Biological
reactors. Feed batch reactors, CSTR, plug-flow reactors,
Reactor dynamics, reactors with non-ideal mixing,
Sterilization reactors, immobilized biocatalysis, multiphase
bioreactors, fermentation technology. Product Recovery
operations. Bioprocess Economics.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Ullmans Biotechnology & Biochemical Engineering,
wiley-VCH
2. Biochemical Engineering, Doble & Gummadi, Prentice
Hall
3. New Trends & Developments in Biochemical Engineering,
Scheper, Springer
4. Chemical Engineering, Vol. 3: Chemical & Biochemical
Reactors & Process Control, Richardson, Elsevier
5. Handbook of Enzyme Biotechnology, Wiseman, Wiley
India

PT 412-4 Polymer
Degradation

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction: Definitions, Modes of polymer degradation,
detection of polymer degradation.
UNIT II
Thermal and photo degradation - Mechanistic aspects,
stabilization of polymers, thermal decomposition &
analysis, light sources, light absorption and quantum yield,
photochemical reactions, degradationin the absence of
oxygen, photooxidation, photoresists, types of radiations and
their effects, absorption of radiation, reactive intermediates,
simultaneous crosslinking and degradation, radiation effects
in bio-polymers, plasma treatment of polymers.
UNIT III
Mechanical degradation - Bond rupture and experimental
findings, degradation in solution, ultrasonic degradation,
applications of mechanical degradation.
UNIT IV: Biodegradation: Modes of biodegradation,
enzymatic degradation of biopolymers & synthetic polymers,
microbial degradation of synthetic polymers.
UNIT V
Chemical degradation: Solvolysis, reactions of olefinic
double bonds, oxidative degradation, ionic degradation,
reaction with air pollutants, solvent stability.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Polymer Degradation, W. Schnabel, Hanser

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2. Chemistry of High Polymer Degradation Process, N.


Grassie
3. Aspects of Degradation & Stabilization of Polymers,
Jellinek, Elsevier
4. Elements of Polymer Degradation, Reich & Stivala,
McGraw Hill
5. Biodegradability of Synthetic polymers, pottseral,
Plenum

PT 413-1 Industrial Waste


Management

L T P Credits
310

PT 413-2 Membrance
Technology

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Introduction - Overview of gas permeation, Pervaporation
dialysis, Electro dialysis, Reverse osmosis, Ultra filtration,
Micro filtration.
UNIT II
Electro dialysis - Introduction and definitions, Theory, Ionexchange membranes, Applications.

UNIT I
Magnitude of industrial waste generation and their
characteristics; effluent standards for disposal into water
bodies, sewer & land; Waste water characterization and
process survey; Methods of waste reduction such as volume
& strength reduction, segregation, reuse, recycle, material
conservation, recovery process optimization. Neutralization,
equalization, proportioning and solidification,

UNIT III
Ultra filtration - Introduction and definitions, Theory and
mechanical concepts, Membranes, Process and module
configurations.

UNIT II
Theories of waste water treatment pretreatment, biological
treatment, advanced treatment & sludge handling.

UNIT V
New Membranes and Process - Membrane based solvent
extraction, Hollow fibre contained liquid membrane,
Membrane reactors, Facilitated transport, Electrostatic
pseudo-liquid membrane, other new membranes.

UNIT III
Combined treatment of raw industrial waste with sewage,
common effluent treatment for industrial estates, selection
procedure for physical, chemical & biological methods of
industrial waste water treatment. Management of industrial
wastes from small-scale industries.
UNIT IV
Detailed considerations of waste produced from different
industries in respect of process followed; Nature & Quantity
of wastes, their characteristics, usual methods of waste
management & treatment methods for disposal, reuse or
recovery.
UNIT V
Gross polluting industries, hazardous wastes, their treatment
& control.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Handbook of Industrial Waste Treatment, Woodard,
Elsevier Science
2. Biological Waste water treatment, 2 vol. set, Sperling,
Elsevier Science
3. Industrial Waste Management, Ekenfielder
4. Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Kirk & Othmer,
John Wiley
5. Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemical Technology, Snell,
Wiley India

UNIT IV
Emulsion Liquid Membranes-Definitions, Theory, Design
considerations and applications.

Text Books/Reference Books:


1. Basic Principles of Membrance Technology, J. Mulder,
Springer International
2. Handbook of Membranes, Winston & Sirkar, Chapman &
Hall
3. Synthetic Polymer Membranes, Khulbe, Springer
4. Membrance Technology & Applications, Baker, Wiley
Blackwell
5. Synthetic Membranes & Membrane Separation Process,
T. Matsuura, CRC Press

PT 413-3 Energy Conservation


& Recycling

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Conventional vs. nonconventional sources, solar energy,
Thermodynamic and heat transfer aspect of solar collection,
energy storage, solar distillation, solar drying, wind energy,
wave and tidal energy, ocean thermal energy, geothermal
energy.
UNIT II
Energy from biomass, biomass conversion, biogas and
biofules, Energy from biowastes, nuclear power, nuclear
fusion, Hydrogen energy. Heat recovery systems (
Recuperator, Regenerator, Thermal or Heat wheels, Heat
pipes and Heat pumps), Waste heat recovery systems, Direct
contact heat exchangers, Heat pumps, Rankine power cycle,

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Incinerators, Waste heat boilers, Absorbers, coolers, heat


pump and heat transformers.
UNIT III
Efficient steam generation fluidized bed boilers, efficient use
of steam traps condensate collections and return, Steam
and gas turbine, cogeneration, heat exchanger network
synthesis, Process heat recovery,
UNIT IV: Energy conservation in energy intensive chemical
and process industries (pulp and paper, cement, sugar &
petrochemical, fertilizer industries),
UNIT V
Energy economics cost benefit analysis of heat recovery
systems.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Renewable Energy, Boyle, Oxford University Press
2. Energy Science, Andrews, Oxford University Press
3. Energy Conservation, Successes & Failures, Ed. John
C.Sawhill, Richard Cotton, Bookings Institution.
4. The Economic Feasibility of Recyling, T.R. Curlee, Questa
Online
5. Energy, Environment & Sustainable Development,
Dincer, Roser, Elsevier.

PT 413-4 Microprocessors &


Applications

L T P Credits
310

UNIT I
Microprocessors & their salient features. Architecture of
8086 & 68000 microprocessors.

4. Introduction to Microprocessor , A P Mathur, Tata


McGraw Hill
5. Microprocessor & Applications, B. Ram, Adobe Acrobat

PT 414 Polymer
Characterization Lab

L T P Credits
003

Practicals on IR, UV, DSC, TGA, density, viscosity, osmometry,


dilatometry, partical-size analysis, end-group analysis.

PT 415 Mold & Die Design Lab

L T P Credits
003

Based on Course work corresponding of PT-411

PT 416 Seminar

L T P Credits
002

Select a topic of current R&D in Polymber Scence & Chemical Technology.

PT 417 Major Project (Part-II)

L T P Credits
0 0 10

10

It is in consequence to PT-407. The experimental work,


results & discussion shall be detailed in the major project
(Part-II) on the topic finalised in PT-407.
Note : Electives offered will depend on availability of faculty
and will be decided by the Head of department.

UNIT II
Instruction sets & programming with assembly language for
Intel 8086 & Motorola 68000 microprocessors.
UNIT III
Introduction to practical interfacing problems with A/D &
D/A converters, Keyboards, Printers, floppy & hard disk, CRT
and video terminals and with stepper motors with 8-bits and
16-bits microprocessors.
UNIT IV
Studies on numeric coprocessor and I/O processors, Soueal
data transmission and protocols 232 Modem and WSART.
UNIT V
GPIB, Logic analyzers and MDS RISC processor, 32 bits & 64
bits processors, microcontrollers & transputers.
Text Books/Reference Books:
1. Microprocessor & Interfacing, D.V. Hall, TMH
2. Micro Computer Systems: The 8086/8088 family,
Architecture, Programming & Desing, Liu & Gibson,
Prentice Hall
3. Microprocessor & Micro complies, Ed. R.J.Tocci, Prentice
Hall

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