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L.

J Institute of Engineering & Technology


Department of Instrumentation & Control
SEMESTER :08
MSE-II (70% Syllabus)

PROJECT ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (2181704)

GTU (MSE-II)
Chapter Topics Marks
No.
SECTION-A
1. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT : 11-15
Definition of project purpose - Scope, time, quality and organization
structure. Basic and detailed engineering: Degree of automation, Project S
curves, manpower considerations, inter-department and inter-organization
interactions, Multi agency interaction. Types of projects and types of
contracts e.g. EPC, BOOT etc.
4. INSTRUMENT PROJECT CONTROL : 16-20
Project engineering documents and drawing: Process flow sheets,
Mechanical flow sheets, Instrument index sheets, loop wiring diagram,
panel drawings and specifications, plot plans, installation details, special
drawings, purchase requisition, other documents.
Information required: Process information, Instrument specifications and
standards, piping specifications, Electrical specifications, bid
documents, Project procedure, project schedule, Equipment Information,
Vendor drawing
Work coordination: Project manager, process engineer, equipment
engineer, Piping design supervisor, Structural, architectural and civil,
Electrical, purchasing and expediting and others
Planning hints and Project check list
5. ENGINEERING DESIGN CRITERIA : 16-20
Pneumatic versus electronics system, Control centers, Future and
spare capacity Specifications for various measurement and control
groups: Flow, Pressure, Level, Temperature, Control valves, Control
panels, Analytical instruments Transmission systems: Pneumatic &
Electronic Materials, Distribution, Terminations and Identification
Process connections Take-offs and Piping, Location of taps, Sealing
instruments from process, Manifolds and gage valves
Miscellaneous Design Criteria: Mounting instruments, Selections of units,
charts, ranges; Instrument identification, Winterizing, Material of
construction, Package equipment systems

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Electrical safety: NEC code, Purging and pressurization, Enclosures,
Intrinsic safety
SECTION-B
2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS : 17-21
Controlling, directing, project authority, responsibility, accountability,
interpersonal influences and standard communication formats, project
reviews. project planning and scheduling, life project engineering and
management cycle phases, the statement of work (SOW), projects
specifications, bar charts, milestones, schedules, work breakdown
structures, cost breakdown structures and planning cycle.
6. SELECTING MEASUREMENT METHODS AND CONTROL 12-16
VALVES :
Flow Instruments: Differentials meters, Rotameters, Magnetic meters,
Turbine meters, Target meters, Vortex meters, Positive displacement
meters, Primary elements for Differential meters
Level Instruments: Displacement type, Differential pressure type,
Capacitance type, ultrasonic types, Radiation types, and Miscellaneous type
Pressure Instruments: Manometers, Bourdon elements, Bellows,
Diaphragm, Strain gauges, Chemical seals
Temperature Instruments: Filled systems, thermocouples, RTDs,
Thermister, Bimetallic thermometers, Optical and Radiation pyrometers,
Miscellaneous types: Pyrometric cones, Temperature sensitive materials,
Quartz crystal thermometers, Temperature switch selection
Control valve Selection: Pressure drop requirement, capacity requirement,
Valve rangeability, Choosing the flow characteristic, Choosing body
design, Single seat versus Double seat construction, Selection of actuators,
Use of valve positioner, Selection of other mechanical features, Manifolds,
Split ranging control valve, Valve noise problem, Special purpose valves
7. CONSTRUCTION AND START UP : 12-16
Organizing: Documents, schedule, cost control
Ordering and Receiving equipment and Material: Purchase orders,
Material status, storage
Installing instrument systems: Procedures, Coordination, Good
installation practices, Calibration
Testing: Process connections, Pneumatic lines, Electrical
Loop checking: Flow transmitter, Temperature transmitter, Control
valve, Miscellaneous checks
Startup: Placing instruments in service, Tuning loop controls, evaluating
process upsets and disturbances, Repairing or replacing defective
equipment, special equipment, Additional control

INSTRUMENTATION FOR AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PROCESSING (2181707)

GTU (MSE-II)
Chapter Topics Marks
No.
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SECTION-A
6. GREEN HOUSES & INSTRUMENTATION:
ventilation, cooling & heating, wind speed, temperature & humidity, rain
gauge, carbon dioxide enrichment measurement & control.
Leaf measurements: area, length, evapotranspiration, temperature, 10-14
photosynthesis, wetness & respiration measurements and data logging,
Bio sensor methods in agriculture
Agro-metrological instrumentation & weather stations
2. SOIL SCIENCE AND SENSORS:
Engineering properties of soil: pH, conductivity, resistivity, temperature,
10-14
soil moisture and salinity, ion concentration measurements. Soil analysis
methods.
4. Application of SCADA for DAM parameters & control,
Irrigation canal management up- stream & down - stream control systems,
Water distribution and management control 24-26
Auto drip irrigation systems
SECTION-B
3. Flow diagram of sugar plant & instrumentation set up for it,
Flow diagram of fermenter & control,
Flow diagram of dairy industry & instrumentation set up for it,
Juice extraction control process & instrumentation set up for it 18-23
Oil extraction plant and instrumentation set up for it.
Pesticides manufacturing process and control
5. Automation in earth moving equipment & farm equipment.
Application of SCADA & PLC in packing industry and cold storage
systems. 18-23
Implementation of hydraulic, pneumatic & electronics control circuits in
harvesters cotton pickers, tractor etc.

ADVANCE CONTROL THEORY (2181705)

GTU Topics (MSE-II)


Chapter Marks
No.
1. Discretization of continuous systems, sampling theorem, z transform, zero 21-25
order hold, convert transfer function, continuous to discrete domain,
mapping between s and z domain, stability criteria in z- domain. Effect of
sample time on systems stability. Root locus for discrete time systems
stability.
2. Converting of continuous time state space systems to discrete time state 20-24
space, State space analysis and design of discrete time systems, stability in
state space, design of state feedback controller, state observer design.
Digital implementation of PID controller
SECTION-B
SECTION-B
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3. Introduction to nonlinear systems. Types of common nonlinearities, 21-25
Stability of nonlinear systems.Describing functions analysis, limit cycles,
phase plane analysis, phase trajectories.
4. Fuzzy logic applications in control systems, fuzzification and de- 20-24
fuzzification, membership functions

L. J Institute of Engineering & Technology


Department of Instrumentation & Control
SEMESTER :08
MSE-II (100% Syllabus)

PROJECT ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (2181704)

GTU (MSE-II)
Chapter Topics Marks
No.
SECTION A
1. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT : 11-15
Definition of project purpose - Scope, time, quality and organization
structure. Basic and detailed engineering: Degree of automation, Project S
curves, manpower considerations, inter-department and inter-organization
interactions, Multi agency interaction. Types of projects and types of
contracts e.g. EPC, BOOT etc.
2. PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS : 11-15
Controlling, directing, project authority, responsibility, accountability,
interpersonal influences and standard communication formats, project
reviews. project planning and scheduling, life project engineering and
management cycle phases, the statement of work (SOW), projects
specifications, bar charts, milestones, schedules, work breakdown
structures, cost breakdown structures and planning cycle.
4. INSTRUMENT PROJECT CONTROL : 11-15
Project engineering documents and drawing: Process flow sheets,
Mechanical flow sheets, Instrument index sheets, loop wiring diagram,
panel drawings and specifications, plot plans, installation details, special
drawings, purchase requisition, other documents.
Information required: Process information, Instrument specifications and
standards, piping specifications, Electrical specifications, bid
documents, Project procedure, project schedule, Equipment Information,

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Vendor drawing
Work coordination: Project manager, process engineer, equipment
engineer, Piping design supervisor, Structural, architectural and civil,
Electrical, purchasing and expediting and others
Planning hints and Project check list
5. ENGINEERING DESIGN CRITERIA : 11-15
Pneumatic versus electronics system, Control centers, Future and
spare capacity Specifications for various measurement and control
groups: Flow, Pressure, Level, Temperature, Control valves, Control
panels, Analytical instruments Transmission systems: Pneumatic &
Electronic Materials, Distribution, Terminations and Identification
Process connections Take-offs and Piping, Location of taps, Sealing
instruments from process, Manifolds and gage valves
Miscellaneous Design Criteria: Mounting instruments, Selections of units,
charts, ranges; Instrument identification, Winterizing, Material of
construction, Package equipment systems
Electrical safety: NEC code, Purging and pressurization, Enclosures,
Intrinsic safety
SECTION B
3. PROJECT COST AND ESTIMATION : 15-19
Types and estimates, pricing process, salary and other overheads,
man-hours, materials and support costs. program evaluation and review
techniques (PERT) and critical path method (CPM), estimating activity
time and total program time, total PERT/CPM planning crash times, softwares
used in project management.
6. SELECTING MEASUREMENT METHODS AND CONTROL 11-15
VALVES :
Flow Instruments: Differentials meters, Rotameters, Magnetic meters,
Turbine meters, Target meters, Vortex meters, Positive displacement
meters, Primary elements for Differential meters
Level Instruments: Displacement type, Differential pressure type,
Capacitance type, ultrasonic types, Radiation types, and Miscellaneous type
Pressure Instruments: Manometers, Bourdon elements, Bellows,
Diaphragm, Strain gauges, Chemical seals
Temperature Instruments: Filled systems, thermocouples, RTDs,
Thermister, Bimetallic thermometers, Optical and Radiation pyrometers,
Miscellaneous types: Pyrometric cones, Temperature sensitive materials,
Quartz crystal thermometers, Temperature switch selection
Control valve Selection: Pressure drop requirement, capacity requirement,
Valve rangeability, Choosing the flow characteristic, Choosing body
design, Single seat versus Double seat construction, Selection of actuators,
Use of valve positioner, Selection of other mechanical features, Manifolds,
Split ranging control valve, Valve noise problem, Special purpose valves
7. CONSTRUCTION AND START UP : 11-15
Organizing: Documents, schedule, cost control
Ordering and Receiving equipment and Material: Purchase orders,

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Material status, storage
Installing instrument systems: Procedures, Coordination, Good
installation practices, Calibration
Testing: Process connections, Pneumatic lines, Electrical
Loop checking: Flow transmitter, Temperature transmitter, Control
valve, Miscellaneous checks
Startup: Placing instruments in service, Tuning loop controls, evaluating
process upsets and disturbances, Repairing or replacing defective
equipment, special equipment, Additional control
8. INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL QUALITY SYSTEMS - 5-9
ISO 9000 :
Quality management practices worldwide, certifying agencies.
Quality, customers and ISO 9000
ISO 9000- A management overview
ISO 9000- Quality system
Inspection, Test standards and Calibration

INSTRUMENTATION FOR AGRICULTURE AND FOOD PROCESSING (2181707)

GTU (MSE-II)
Chapter Topics Marks
No.
SECTION A
6. Green houses & instrumentation: ventilation, cooling & heating, wind 10-14
speed, temperature & humidity, rain gauge, carbon dioxide enrichment
measurement & control.
Leaf measurements: area, length, evapotranspiration, temperature,
photosynthesis, wetness & respiration measurements and data logging,
Bio sensor methods in agriculture
Agro-metrological instrumentation & weather stations
2. Soil science and sensors: Engineering properties of soil: pH, conductivity, 10-14
resistivity, temperature, soil moisture and salinity, ion concentration
measurements. Soil analysis methods.
Instrumentation for environmental conditioning of seed germination and
growth.
4. Application of SCADA for DAM parameters & control, 10-14
Irrigation canal management up- stream & down - stream control systems
Water distribution and management control
Auto drip irrigation systems
1. Necessity of instrumentation & control for agriculture and food processing 10-14
Remote sensing, biosensors in agriculture
Standard for food quality.
SECTION B

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3. Flow diagram of sugar plant & instrumentation set up for it, 14-17
Flow diagram of fermenter & control,
Flow diagram of dairy industry & instrumentation set up for it,
Juice extraction control process & instrumentation set up for it
Oil extraction plant and instrumentation set up for it.
Pesticides manufacturing process and control
5. Automation in earth moving equipment & farm equipment. 14-17
Application of SCADA & PLC in packing industry and cold storage
systems.
Implementation of hydraulic, pneumatic & electronics control circuits in
harvesters cotton pickers, tractor etc.
7. NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES: 14-17
Wind power, solar power, tidal power
Smart grid, energy harvesting.

ADVANCE CONTROL THEORY (2181705)

GTU (MSE-II)
Chapter Topics Marks
No.
SECTION A
1. Discretization of continuous systems, sampling theorem, z transform, zero 16-20
order hold, convert transfer function, continuous to discrete domain,
mapping between s and z domain, stability criteria in z- domain. Effect of
sample time on systems stability. Root locus for discrete time systems
stability.
2. Converting of continuous time state space systems to discrete time state 14-18
space, State space analysis and design of discrete time systems, stability in
state space, design of state feedback controller, state observer design.
Digital implementation of PID controller
3. Introduction to nonlinear systems. Types of common nonlinearities, 10-14
Stability of nonlinear systems
SECTION B
3. Describing functions analysis, limit cycles, phase plane analysis, phase 10-14
trajectories.
4. Fuzzy logic applications in control systems, fuzzification and de- 15-19
fuzzification, membership functions
5. Introduction to Multivariable Systems, interaction and decoupling, Relative 16-20
Gain Array, stability of multivariable systems. Two degree of freedom
controller design for SISO system in continuous and discrete domain.

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