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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Semester III

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1 TMA 301 Mathematics 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

2 TEE 301 Network Analysis & Synthesis 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

3 TEE 302 Electrical Measurements and 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Measuring Instruments

4 TEC 301 Solid State Devices and Circuits 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

5 TEC 304 Pulse and Digital Electronics 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Labs

6 PEE 351 Network Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

7 PEE 352 Electrical Measurement Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

8 PEC 353 Electronics lab-I 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

9 SEE 351 Seminar* - - 25 10 05 - 40

10. XEE 301 Extra-curricular activity 10 10

Total 775

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

1

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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Semester IV

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1. TEE 401 Electromechanical Energy 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Conversion- I

3. TEE 403 Electrical & Electronics 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Engineering Materials

4. TEE 404 Microprocessors 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

5. TEC 401 Electromagnetic Field Theory 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Labs

6. PEE 451 Electromechanical Energy 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

Conversion- I Lab

8. PEE 453 Microprocessor Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

9. SEE 451 Seminar - - - 25 10 05 - 40

Total 775

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

2

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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Semester V

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1. THM 502 Strategic Management Information 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

System

Conversion-II

3. TEE 502 Control System 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

4. TEE 503 Elements of Power 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

System

5. TEC 507 Analog Integrated 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Electronics.

Labs

6. PEE 551 Electromechanical 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

Energy Conversion-II

Lab.

7. PEE 552 Control System Lab. 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

8. PEC 557 Electronics Lab.-II 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

9 SEE 551 Seminar* - - 25 10 05 - 40

10. XEE 501 Extra-curricular activity 10 10

Total 775

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

3

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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Semester VI

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1. Open Elective 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

2. TEE 601 Fundamentals of Power 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Electronics

3. TIC 603 Electronic Measurement & 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Instrumentation

4. TEE 602 Power System Analysis 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

5. TEC 606 Analog & Digital 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Communication Engineering

Labs

6. PEE 651 Power Electronics Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

7. PEC 656 Analog & Digital 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

Communication Lab

8. PIC 652 Electronics Measurement & 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

Transducers Lab

9. SEE 651 Seminar - - - 25 10 05 - 40

Total 775

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

Note : The Students will choose any one subject of the course other than their Engineering Branch.

****** List of Open Elective Subjects is attached

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B.TECH ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Diagnostics

2. TEC 652 Optical & Mobile Communication Electronics &

Communication

3. TEC 653 Consumer Electronics Electronics &

Communication

5. TIT 655 IT in Business Information

Technology

___________________________________________________________________________

Note : The Students will choose any one subject of the course other than their

Engineering Branch.

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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Scheme of Study and Evaluation B.Tech (EEE)

Semester VII

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1 TEE 701 Power Station Practice 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

2. Elective - I 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

3. TEE 702 Switch Gear & Protection 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

4. TIC 702 Biomedical Electronics 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

5. TIC 707 Telemetry & Data Transmission 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Labs

6. EEP 751 Project Stage - I 0 0 2 35 10 05 - 50

7. PIC 753 Telemetry Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

8. PEE 751 Power System Lab 0 0 2 20 10 05 40 75

9. SEE 751 Seminar - - 25 10 05 - 40

10. XEE 701 Extra-curricular activity 10 10

Total 750

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

ELECTIVE – I SUBJECTS :

2. TIC 712 High Power Semiconductor Devices

3. TEC 713 Opto Electronics

4. TEE 714 Artificial Neural Networks

5. TEE 715 High Voltage Engineering

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(Electrical & Electronics Branch)

Semester VIII

No. LR TOTAL

Theory

1. TEE 801 Digital Signal Processing 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

2. TEE 803 Modern Control System 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

3. Elective - II 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

4. Elective - III 3 1 0 30 10 10 50 100

Labs

6. EEP 851 Project-II & III 0 0 12 100 150 250

7. SEE 851 Seminar - - - 25 10 05 - 40

Total 700

Asmt : Assignments (For Theory Subjects)

LR : Lab Record (For Labs)

Att. : Attendance

ESE : End Semester Examination

*Seminar : Distribution of marks

25 Marks for presentation

10 Marks for report submission

05 Marks for attendance

* Out of 12 periods, 2 periods per week should be allotted for a group and 10 periods

per week should be allotted for self study, lab & project work.

7

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ELECTIVE – II :

ELECTIVE – III :

Sr.No Paper Code Paper Name

Machines

Power Systems

8

DRAFT

310

Unit 1:

Integral Transforms (8)

Fourier integral, Fourier complex transform, Fourier sine and cosine transforms and

applications to simple heat transfer equations.

Z-Transform and its application to solve difference equations.

Unit 2:

Functions of a Complex Variable – I (9)

Analytic functions, C-R equations and harmonic functions, Line integral in the complex

plane, Cauchy's integral theorem, Cauchy's integral formula for derivatives of analytic

functions, Liouvilles theorem, Fundamental theorem of algebra.

Unit 3:

Functions of a Complex Variable – II (8)

Representation of a function by power series, Taylor's and Laurent's series, Singularities,

zeroes and poles, Residue theorem, evaluation of real integrals of type

∫o

2π f (cosθ, sinθ) dθ and ∫-∞ +∞ f (x) dx, conformal mapping and bilinear transformations.

Unit 4:

Statistics and Probability (8)

Moments, Moment generating functions, Skewness, Kurtosis, Correlation and

Regression,

Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution, Normal distribution.

Unit 5:

Curve Fitting and Solution of Equations (5)

Method of least squares and curve fitting of straight line and parabola, Solution of cubic

and bi-quadratic equations.

Text Book:

Kreyzig E, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8/e, John Wiley & Sons, New York

(1999).

Reference Books:

New York (1995).

2. Hoffman K & Kunze R, Linear Algebra, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi (1971).

9

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310

Unit 1:

Graph Theory: Graph of a Network, definitions, tree, co tree, link, basic loop and Basic

cut set, Incidence matrix, cut set matrix, Tie set matrix Duality, Loop and Node Methods

of analysis. (7)

Unit 2:

Network Theorems (Applications to ac networks): Super-position theorem,

Thevenin’s theorem, Norton’s theorem, maximum power transfer theorem, Reciprocity

theorem. Millman’s theorem, compensation theorem, Tellegen’s theorem. (7)

Unit 3:

Network Functions:

Concept of Complex frequency, Transform Impedances Network functions of one port

and two port networks, concept of poles and zeros, properties of driving point and

Transfer functions, time response and stability from pole zero plot, frequency response

and Bode plots. (9)

Unit 4:

Two Port Networks:

Characterization of LTI two port networks ZY, ABCD and h parameters, reciprocity and

symmetry. Inter-relationships between the parameters, inter-connections of two port

networks, Ladder and Lattice networks. T & ∏ Representation. (7)

Unit 5:

(a) Network Synthesis:

Positive real function; definition and properties; properties of LC, RC and RL driving

point functions, synthesis of LC, RC and RL driving point immittance functions using

Foster and Cauer first and second forms.

(b) Filters:

Image parameters and characteristics impedance, passive and active filter fundamentals,

low pass, high pass, band pass, band elimination filters. (9)

Text Books:

1.Franklin F. Kuo, “Network Analysis & Synthesis”2/e. John Wiley & Sons.

2 M.E. Van Valkenburg, “Network Analysis”, Prentice Hall of India

3 D.Roy Choudhary, “Networks and Systems” Wiley Eastern Ltd.

4 Donald E. Scott, “An Introduction to Circuit analysis: A System Approach”

McGraw Hill Book Company.

Reference Books :

5 M.E. Van Valkenburg, “An Introduction to Modern Network Synthesis”, Wiley Eastern

Ltd.

6 W.H. Hayt & Jack E-Kemmerly, “Engineering Circuit analysis” Tata McGraw Hill.

10

DRAFT

310

Unit 1:

(1) Philosophy Of Measurement: Methods of Measurement, Measurement System,

Classification of instrument system, Characteristic of instrument & measurement system,

Errors in Measurement & its Analysis, Standards. (3)

(2) Analog Measurement of Electrical Quantities: Electrodynamic, Thermocouple

Electrostatic & rectifier type Ammeters & Voltmeters , Electrodynamic Wattmeter, Three

Phase Wattmeter, Power in three Phase System , Errors & remedies in Wattmeter and

energy meter. (5)

Unit 2:

Instrument Transformer and their application in the extension of instrument range,

Introduction to measurement of speed, Frequency and Power factor. (6)

Unit 3:

Measurement of Parameter: Different methods of measuring low, medium and high

resistances, Measurement of Inductance & Capacitance with the help of AC Bridge, Q

Meter. (7)

Unit 4:

(1) AC Potentiometer: Polar type & Co-ordinate type AC potentiometer, Application of

AC Potentiometers in Electrical measurement (3)

(2) Magnetic Measurement: Ballistic Galvanometer, Flux meter, Determination of

Hysteresis loop, Measurement of iron losses. (4)

Unit 5:

(1) Digital Measurement of Electrical Quantities: Concept of digital Measurement,

Block Diagram Study of digital voltmeter, frequency meter power analyzer and

harmonics analyzer, Electronic multimeter.

(2)Cathode Ray Oscilloscope: Electronic multimeter, Power Analyzer, Harmonics

analyzer ,Electronic multimeter , Power Analyzer, Harmonics analyzer , Basic CRO

circuit (Block Diagram),Cathode ray tube (CRT) & its component , Application of CRO

in measurement , Lissajous Pattern., Dual trace &dual beam Oscilloscope.

Text Book:

1. E.W.Golding & F.C. Widdis, “Electrical Measurement &Measuring Instrument”, A.W.

Wheeler& Co. Pvt. Ltd. India.

2. A.K. Sawhney: “Electrical & Electronic Measurement & Instrument “, Dhanpat Rai &

Sons, India.

References:

1. Forest K. Harries, “Electrical Measurement “Willey Eastern Pvt. Ltd. India.

2. M.B. Stout, “Basic Electrical Measurement” Prentice hall of India, India.

3. W.D. Cooper,” Electronic Instrument & Measurement Technique “prentice hall

International.

4. Rajendra Prashad , “Electrical Measurement &Measuring Instrument” Khanna

Publisher.

5. J.B. Gupta Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments, S.K. Kataria & Sons.

11

DRAFT

310

LED,Varactor, Photodiode, Schotkey barrier, tunnel diode and their constructions and

characteristics.

Bipolar Junction Transistors: Transistor as an amplifier, small signal Equivalent

circuits (Hybrid-pi, Ebers moll), Graphical Analysis, biasing the BJT for discrete-circuit

design. (8)

Unit 2:

Basic Single Stage BJT amplifier configurations transistor as a switch-cut off &

saturation, complete static characteristics, internal capacitances and second order effects.

Field Effect transistor: Structure and physical operation of Enhancement and depletion

types MOSFET, I/V characteristics, MOSFET circuits at DC, MOSFET as an amplifier,

biasing in MOS amplifier circuits, Basic configurations of single stage MOS amplifier,

Internal capacitances of MOSFETS. (8)

S-Domain analysis, amplifier transfer function, Low and high frequency response of

Common source and common emitter amplifiers, common base & common gate cascade

Configurations, Frequency response of source followers, CC-CE cascade. (8)

General feed back structure, properties of negative feed back, four basic feed back

topologies: series shunt; series-series; shunt-shunt & shunt-series feedback amplifier,

Determination of Loop gain, stability problem. (8)

Unit 5: Oscillators

Basic principles of sinusoidal oscillator, RC oscillators: Wien bridge and phases half

tuned oscillators: Collpitts, Hartley and Clap. Crystal oscillators. (8)

Text book:

1. Jacob Millman & Christos Halkias, “Integrated Electronics”, TMH.

2. A.S. Sedra and K.C. Smith, “Microelectronic circuits”, Oxford University Press

(India).

3. B.P. Singh & R. Singh, “Electronics Devices & Integrated Circuits”, Pearson.

Reference Book

4. Millman, J. and Grabel, A. “Microelectronics”, McGraw Hill.

5. Bell, David A, “Electronic Devices & Circuits”, Prentice Hall (India) 4th Edition.

6. 3. Nair, B. Somanathan, ”Electronics Devices & Applications”, Prentice-Hall

(India)

7. Neamen, Donald A., “Electronic Circuit Analysis & Design”, Tata McGraw Hill.

8. Neamen, Donald A. ,”Semiconductor Physics & Devices”, Tata McGraw Hill.

9. Sedra, “Micro Electronics Circuits” Oxford University Press.

12

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310

Unit 1:

1. Logic Families: Circuit concepts and comparison of logic families: TTL,

CMOS.NMOS and ECL; characteristic parameters: logic levels/fan-in and fan out, noise

margin, propagation delay and power consumption. (4)

2. Minimization of Boolean functions using (i) Karnough Map having don't care entries

and (ii) tabular method. (3)

Unit 2:

3. Arithmetic Logic Circuits: Representation of negative numbers, 9's and 1's

complements and 2's complements. Arithmetic using 2’s complements. Adders and

Subtracters, magnitude comparator. (4)

4. Combinational Logic Circuits: Multiplexers, Demultiplexers, encoders, decoders,

PAL and PLA. (4)

Unit 3:

5. Sequential Logic Circuits: Latches& Flip-Flops: SR, D, T, JK and Master-slave JK.

Shift Registers: Basic principle, serial and parallel data transfer, shift left/right register,

universal shift register. (4)

Counters: Mode N counters, ripple counters, synchronous counters, ring & Johnson

Counters (4)

Unit 4:

6. Memories: Read Only Memories, Random Access Memories, Static and dynamic,

sequential memory, Memory Organization. (3)

7. Linear Wave shaping: RC low pass and high pass circuits and response to sine and

square wave inputs, RC circuit as differentiator, integrator & compensated attenuator. (3)

8. Converters: Sample & hold circuit, A/D and D/A converters (2)

Unit 5:

9. Op-Amp Applications:

Astable and monostable multivibrators, Schmitt trigger, VCO and PLL, simple active

filters (LP,NP, BP and notch type). (5)

10. IC Timer: IC 555 timer and its applications. (1)

11. Voltage regulators: Concept of series, shunt and switching regulators, Op-amp based

configurations, fixed and adjustable voltage 1C regulators. (3)

Text Books:

1. Jacob Millman, herbert Taub, “Pulse Digital & Switching Waveforms”,2/e TMH

2. R.P. Jain,"Modern Digital Electronics”, Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Malvino & Leach, “Digital Principles and Applications" Tata McGraw Hill

4. Signov & Donovan,” Digital Electronics”, Delmar Thomson Learning.

5. R.A. Gayakwad, "Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits “, Prentice Hall of

India.

Reference Books:

6. Taub & Schilling,” Digital Electronics” Tata McGraw Hill

7. IJ. Nagrath, "Electronics Analog and Digital" Prentice Hall of India Ltd.

8. Ronald J.Tocci &. Neal S. Widmer, "Digital Systems" Pearson Education.

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002

Note: Minimum eight experiments are to be performed from the following list.

2 Verification of Thevenin, Norton and Maximum power transfer theorems in ac circuits

3 Verification of Tellegin’s theorem for two networks of the same topology

4 Determination of transient response of current in RL and RC circuits with step voltage

input

5 Determination of transient response of current in RLC circuit with step voltage input

for underdamp, critically damp and overdamp cases

6 Determination of frequency response of current in RLC circuit with sinusoidal ac input

7 Determination of z and h parameters (dc only) for a network and computation of Y and

ABCD parameters

8 Determination of driving point and transfer functions of a two port ladder network and

verify with theoretical values

9 Determination of image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and ∏ networks,

using O.C. and S.C. tests

Write Demo for the following (in Ms-Power point)

10 Verification of parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks : series,

parallel and cascade also study loading effect in cascade

11 Determination of frequency response of a Twin – T notch filter

12 College may add any three experiments in the above list.

002

Note: Minimum of nine experiments from the following:

2 Measurement of Form Factor of a rectified sine wave and determine source of error if

r.m.s. value is measured by a multimeter

3 Measurement of phase difference and frequency of a sinusoidal ac voltage using C.R.O.

4 Measurement of power and power factor of a single phase inductive load and to study

effect of capacitance connected across the load on the power factor

5 Measurement of low resistance by Kelvin’s double bridge

6 Measurement of voltage, current and resistance using dc potentiometer

7 Measurement of inductance by Maxwell’s bridge

8 Measurement of inductance by Hay’s bridge

9 Measurement of inductance by Anderson’s bridge

10 Measurement of capacitance by Owen’s bridge

11 Measurement of capacitance by De Sauty bridge

12 Measurement of capacitance by Schering bridge

13 Study of Frequency and differential time counter

14 College may add any two experiments in the above list

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002

2. Plot V-I characteristics of Junction diode under forward and reverse-biased condition.

(Si & Ga)

3. Draw the waveshape of the electrical signal at the input and output points of the half-

wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers.

4. Plot the V-I characteristics of zener diode.

5. Plot the I/P output characteristics for the common-base transistor.

6. To plot output characteristics of FET & measure pinch-off voltage. Calculate FET

parameters at a given operating point.

7. Realize a voltage regulator using zener diode and study the load characteristics.

8. Design of P.S(power supply): 220/230 V (AC), 5VDC, 200 mA.

15

DRAFT

310

Unit 1:

Principles of Electro-mechanical Energy Conversion: Introduction, Flow of Energy in

Electromechanical Devices, Energy in magnetic systems (defining energy & Coenergy) ,

Singly Excited Systems; determination of mechanical force, mechanical energy, torque

equation , Doubly excited Systems; Energy stored in magnetic field, electromagnetic

torque , Generated emf in machines; torque in machines with cylindrical air gap . (7)

Unit 2:

D.C. Machines: Construction of DC Machines, Armature winding, Emf and torque

equation , Armature Reaction ,Commutation , Interpoles and Compensating Windings,

Performance Characteristics of D.C. generators . (9)

Unit 3:

D.C. Machines (Contd.): Performance Characteristics of D.C. motors, Starting of D.C.

motors, Concept of starting (3 point and 4 point starters) , Speed control of D.C. motors:

Field Control , armature control and Voltage Control(Ward Leonard method) ,Efficiency

and Testing of D.C. machines(Hopkinson’s and Swinburn’s Test). (8)

Unit 4:

Transformer: Three phase transformer Construction, Three – phase unit transformer

and Bank of three single phase transformers with their advantages , Three-phase

transformer Groups(Phasor groups) and their connections , Y-∆ connection, Open delta

connection , Three-phase/ 2 phase Scott connection and it’s application. (8)

Unit 5:

Transformer (Contd.) :

Sumpner’s test, All day efficiency, polarity test Excitation Phenomenon in Transformers,

Harmonics in Single phase and 3-phase transformers , Parallel operation and load sharing

of Single phase and three phase transformers , Three winding transformers, Tertiary

winding

Auto Transformer: Single phase Auto-transformer, Volt-amp relation, efficiency,

Conversion of a two-winding Transformer to an Auto transformer, Saving in conductor

material, Advantages , disadvantages and applications of autotransformers. (8)

Introduction to MATLAB programming pertaining to performance and characteristics of

D.C.machines and Transformers .Uses of Simulink toolbox for modeling machines

Text Books:

1. A.E. Fitzgerald, C.Kingsley Jr and Alexander Kusko, “Electric Machinery”,

McGraw Hill, International Student Edition.

2. A.E. Clayton, “The Performance and Design of DC machines”, Pitman &Sons

3. M.G. Say, “The Performance and Design of AC machines”, Pit man & Sons

4. Langsdorf, “Theory of Alternating Current Machinery”, Tata McGraw Hill.

5. P.S. Bimbhra, “Electric Machinery”, Khanna publishers.

Reference Books:

6. I.J. Nagrath & D.P.Kothari, “Electrical Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill

7. Husain Ashfaq, “Electrical Machines”, Dhanpat Rai & Sons

8. Irving L.Kosow, “Electric Machine and Transformers”, Prentice Hall of India.

9. B.R. Gupta & Vandana Singhal, “Fundamentals of Electrical Machines, New Age

International.

10. Dynamics of Electrical Machines , C.M. Ong …… PHI

16

DRAFT

310

Unit 1

Introduction to continuous time signals and systems: Basic Continuous time signals,

unit step, unit ramp, unit impulse and periodic signals with their mathematical

representation and characteristics. Concept of various types of systems

Analogous System: Linear mechanical elements, force-voltage and force-current

analogy modeling of mechanical and electro-mechanical systems , Analysis of first and

second order linear systems by classical method. (9)

Unit 2

Fourier Transform Analysis : Exponential form and Trigonometric form of Fourier

series, Fourier symmetry, Fourier integral and Fourier transform. Transform of common

functions and periodic wave forms , Applications of Fourier transform to network

analysis. (8)

Unit 3

Laplace Transform Analysis : Review of Laplace transform , Laplace transform of

periodic functions, Initial and Final value Theorems, Inverse Laplace transform,

Convolution theorem, superposition integral,Application of Laplace transform to analysis

of networks, waveform synthesis and Laplace transform of complex waveform. (8)

Unit 4

State – Variable analysis : Introduction, State space representation of linear systems,

transfer function and state variables , State transition matrix, Solution of state equations

for Homogeneous and non-homogeneous systems , Applications of state-variable

technique to the analysis of linear system. (8)

Unit 5

Z-Transform Analysis: Concept of Z-transform, Z-transform of common functions,

inverse Z-transform, initial and final value theorems, Applications to solution of

difference equations, Pulse transfer function. (7)

Text Books:

1. David K. Cheng: “Analysis of Linear System”, Addition Wesley Publishing Company.

2. Van-Valkenberg: “Network Analysis”, Prentice Hall of India

3 Donald E. Scott:”An Introduction to circuit Analysis”, McGraw Hill, International

Edition.

4 Choudhary,D.Roy, “Network & Systems”, Wiley Eastern Ltd., India.

Reference Books:

5. Oppenheim, Alan V , Willsky, Alan S.”Signals and Systems ”/PHI/2nd Ed.

6 Haykin Simon ”Signals and Systems” John Wiley .

7 Oppenheim, Alan V.et.al, Digital Signal processing, PHI (New Delhi).

8 Nagrath, S.S., Sharan; S.N.,Ranjan, R, Kumar, S.,”Signals and Systems”,TMH, New

Delhi.

17

DRAFT

310

Unit 1:

Crystal Structure of Materials:

A. Bonds in solids, crystal structure, co-ordination number, atomic packing factor, Miller

Indices, Bragg’s law and x-ray diffraction, structural Imperfections, crystal growth

B. Energy bands in solids, classification of materials using energy band. (8)

Unit 2:

Conductivity of Metals:

Electron theory of metals, factors affecting electrical resistance of materials, thermal

conductivity of metals, heat developed in current carrying conductors, thermoelectric

effect, superconductivity and super conducting materials. (7)

Unit 3:

Dielectric Properties of Material:

Polarization and dielectric constant, dielectric constant of mono-atomic, poly atomic

gases and solids, frequency dependence of electronic and ionic polarizability, dipolar

relaxation, dielectric loss, piezoelectricity, ferroelectric materials. (8)

Unit 4:

Mechanism of Conduction in semiconductor materials:

Types of semiconductors, current carriers in semiconductors, Hall effect, Drift and

Diffusion currents, continuity equation, P-N junction diode, junction transistor, FET &

IGFET. (7)

Unit 5:

Magnetic Properties of Material:

Origin of permanent magnetic dipoles in matters, Classification: Diamagnetism,

Paramagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism.

Magnetostriction (5)

Unit 6:

Electrical Engineering Materials:

Properties and application of electrical conducting, semiconducting, insulating and

magnetic materials, soft and hard magnetic materials, permanent magnetic materials,

mechanical properties of metals, optical properties of solids. (10)

Text Books:

1 A.J. Dekker, “Electrical Engineering Materials”, Prentice Hall of India

2 R.K. Rajput, “Electrical Engg. Materials”, Laxmi Publications.

3 C.S. Indulkar & S.Triruvagdan, “An Introduction to Electrical Engg. Materials”,

S.Chand & Co.

4 Solymar, “Electrical Properties of Materials”, Oxford University Press.

References:

5. Ian P. Hones, “Material Science for Electrical and Electronic Engineering”, Oxford

University Press.

6. Narula, “Material Science”, Tata McGraw Hill.

7. Van Vlash, “Elements of Material Science & Engineering”, John Wiley & Sons.

8. G.P. Chhalotra & B.K. Bhat, “Electrical Engineering Materials”, Khanna Publishers.

18

DRAFT

310

Unit 1:

Introduction to Microprocessor: 8085 Evolution Of Microprocessor, Register

Structure, ALU, Bus Organization, Timing And Control, instruction set. (5)

Architecture of 16-bit Microprocessors: Architecture of 8086; (Bus Interface Unit,

Execution unit) Register Organization, Bus operation, Memory segmentation. (3)

Unit 2:

Assembly Language Programming: Addressing Modes and instruction set of 8086,

Arithmetic and Logic instructions, Program Control Instructions (jumps, conditional

Jumps, subroutine call) Loop and string instructions, Assembler Directives. (7)

Unit 3:

CPU Module: Signal Description of pins of 8086 and 8088, Clock generator, Address

and Data bus Demultiplexing, Buffering Memory Organization, Read and Write cycle

Timings, Interrupt Structures, Minimum Mode and Maximum Mode Operation. (9)

Unit 4:

Peripheral Interfacing: Programmed I/O, Interrupt Driven, I/O, DMA, Parallel I/O,

(8255-PPI, Parallel port) , 8253/8254 programmable Timer/Counter Interfacing with

ADC. (7)

Unit 5

(a) Peripheral Interfacing (Contd.):

8259 Programmable Interrupt controller, 8237 DMA controller (5)

(b) Concept of Advanced 32 bit Microprocessors: Pentium Processor. (4)

Text Books:

1. Ram B., “Advanced Microprocessor & Interfacing”, Tata McGraw Hill.

2. Ray, A.K. & Burchandi, K.M., “Advanced Microprocessors and Peripherals:

Architecture, Programming and Interfacing”, Tata McGraw Hill.

3. Gaonkar, Ramesh S. “Microprocessor Architecture, Programming, and

Applications with the 8085”, Pen ram International Publishing, 5th Ed.

4. Hall D.V., “Microprocessors Interfacing”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd Ed

5. B.P. Singh & Renu Singh, “Microprocessors and Microcontrollers”, New Age

International.

Reference Book:

6. Liu and Gibson G.A., “Microcomputer Systems: The 8086/8088 Family”,

Prentice Hall (India), 2nd Ed.

7. Brey, Barry B., “INTEL microprocessors”, Prentice Hall (India), 4th Ed.

8. 8. Renu Singh & B.P. Singh, “Microprocessors and Interfacing & Applications”,

New Age International.

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310

Unit 1:

Review of Vector analysis, Rectangular, Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates and their

transformation. Divergence, gradient and curl in different coordinate systems. Electric

field intensity, Electric Flux density, Energy and potential.

Unit 2:

Current and conductors, Dielectrics and capacitance, Poisson’s and Laplace’s equation.

Unit 3:

Steady magnetic field, magnetic forces, materials and inductance, Time varying field and

Maxwell’s equation.

Unit 4:

Uniform plane waves, Plane wave reflection and dispersion.

Unit 5:

Transmission lines and guided waves.

Text Book:

1. Joseph A. Edminister, Shaum’s outline series “Theoy & problems of

electomagnetics”, 2/e TMH.

2. Matthew N O. Sadiku “elements of Electrromagnetics”, 3/e oxfod university Press

3. Hayt, W.H. and Buck, J.A. “Engineering Electromagnetics”, Tata McGraw Hill

Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi Seventh edition.

Reference Books:

4. 1. Jordan E.C. and Balmain K.G., “Electromagnetic’ wave and radiating systems”,

PHI Second edition.

5. 2. Kraus, F, “Electromagnetics”, Tata McGraw Hill Fifth edition.

6. Ramo S, Whinnery T.R. and Vanduzer T, “Field and Waves in Communication

electronics”, John Wiley and Sons Third edition.

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DRAFT

002

Note: Minimum eight experiments are to be performed from the following List:

2 To obtain load characteristics of a d.c. compound generator

(a) Cumulatively compounded (b) Differentially compounded

3 To obtain load characteristics of a dc shunt generator

4 To obtain load characteristics of a dc series generator

5 To obtain efficiency of a dc shunt machine using Swinburn’s test

6 To perform Hopkinson’s test and determine losses and efficiency of DC machine

7 To obtain speed-torque characteristics of a dc shunt motor

8 To obtain speed control of dc shunt motor using

(a) Armature resistance control (b) field control

9 To obtain speed control of dc separately excited motor using Ward Leonard method

10 To study polarity and ratio test of single phase and 3-phase transformers

11 To obtain efficiency and voltage regulation of a single phase transformer by

Sumpner’s test

12 To obtain 3-phase to 2-phase conversion by Scott connection

13 To perform open circuit and short circuit tests on a three phase transformer and

determine parameters of equivalent circuit

002

Note: Minimum seven experiments out of the following list:

1 Solution of linear equations for under determined and over determined cases.

2 Determination of eigen values and eigenvectors of a square matrix

3 Determination roots of a polynomial

4 Determination of polynomial using method of least square curve fitting

5 Determination of polynomial fit, analyzing residuals, exponential fit and error

bounds from the given data

6 Solution of differential equations using 4th order Runge-Kutta method

7 Solution of differential equation using revised Euler method

8 Determination of time response of an R-L-C circuit

9 Solution of difference equation

10 College may add any three experiments in the above list.

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002

A. Study Experiments

1 To study 8085 based microprocessor system

2 To study 8086 and 8086A based microprocessor system

3 To study Pentium Processor

B. Programming based Experiments (any four )

4 To develop and run a program for finding out the largest/smallest number from a

given set of numbers.

5 To develop and run a program for arranging in ascending/descending order of a set of

numbers

6 To perform multiplication/division of given numbers

7 To perform conversion of temperature from 0F to 0C and vice-versa

8 To perform computation of square root of a given number

9 To perform floating point mathematical operations (addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division)

C. Interfacing based Experiments (any four)

10 To obtain interfacing of RAM chip to 8085/8086 based system

11 To obtain interfacing of keyboard controller

12 To obtain interfacing of DMA controller

13 To obtain interfacing of PPI

14 To obtain interfacing of UART/USART

15 To perform microprocessor based stepper motor operation through 8085 kit

16 To perform microprocessor based traffic light control

17 To perform microprocessor based temperature control of hot water.

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DRAFT

310

determinants and importance, responding to global and cultural Diversity. Different

Organisational structures.

Modeling.Phases of OR study.

Selected LP models.

The Simplex method: LP solution space, Graphic to algebraic solution. The Simplex

method, artificial starting solution, special cases in simplex method applications.

Transportation model & its variants: Definition of transportation model. Non traditional

transportation models. Transportation algorithms. Assignment model.

3. Network models: Network definitions, Minimal spanning tree algorithm, PERT &

CPM.

Game theory: Optimal solution of two persons zero sum games. Solution of mixed

strategy games.

Business Statistics: Time series analysis, Regression analysis, exponential methods

development of engineering management, People & technology in services.

Planning & Forecasting, Strategic decision making, Organizing, Motivating & Leading

technical people, Controlling, Industrial Marketing, Marketing of Software solutions.

23

DRAFT

311

Unit 1: Synchronous Machines-I

Constructional features, armature windings, E.M.F. equation. Winding coefficients,

harmonics in the induced E.M.F. armature reaction. O.C and S.C. tests. Voltage

regulation-Synchronous impedance method, MMF Method, potier`s triangle method

and ASA method; parallel operation, operation on infinite bus; cooling. (9)

Unit 2: Synchronous Machines-II

Two-reaction theory, power expressions for cylindrical and salient pole machines,

performance characteristics. (3)

Synchronous Motor

Principle of operation, starting methods, phasor diagram, torque-angle characteristics,

V-curves, hunting and damping, synchronous condenser; reluctance motor. (7)

Unit 3: Poly phase Induction Machines-I

Constructional features, production of rotating magnetic field, phasor diagram,

equivalent circuit, torque and power equations, torque-slip characteristics, no load

and blocked rotor tests, efficiency, performance by circle diagram; induction

generator. (8)

Unit 4: Poly phase Induction Machines-II

Starting and speed control (with and without e.m.f. injection in the rotor circuit),

deep bar and double cage induction motors, cogging and crawling, operation under

unbalanced supply. ` (8)

Double revolving field theory, equivalent circuit, no load and blocked rotor tests,

starting methods repulsion motor.

(5)

A.C. Commutator Motor:

E.M.F.Induced in commutator windings, single-phase a.c series motor. Universal

motor. Introduction to MATLAB Programming pertaining to performance of DC

machines and Transformers. (4)

Introduction to MATLAB programming pertaining to performance and characteristics

of Induction machines and Synchronous machines.Uses of Simulink toolbox for

modelling machines

Textbooks:

1. M.G.Say, “Alternating current machines” pitman. & Sons.

2. P.S. Bimbhra, “Electric Machinery”, Khanna publishers.

3. I.J.Nagrath and D.P.Kothari, “Electrical Machines”, Tata McGraw Hill

Reference books:

4. P.S. Bimbhra, “Generalized Theory of Electrical machines”, Khanna publishers.

5 B.R.Gupta and V.Singhal, “Fundamental of Electrical Machines”, New Age

International.

6 Dynamics of Electrical Machines , C.M. Ong …… PHI

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DRAFT

311

Unit 1: Input-Output Relationship

Introduction to open loop and closed loop control systems, mathematical modeling

and representation of physical systems (Electrical Mechanical and Thermal),

Derivation of transfer function for different types of systems, block diagram & Signal

flow graph, Reduction algebra Mason’s Gain formula. (8)

Unit 2: Time-Domain Analysis

Time domain performance criteria; transient response of first second & higher order

systems steady state errors and static error constants in unity feedback control

systems error criteria generalized error constants, performance indices; response with

P, PI and PID controllers. (8)

Unit 3: Frequency Domain Analysis

Polar and inverse polar plots frequency domain specifications, Logarithmic plots

(Bode plots), gain and phase margins, relative stability, correlation with time domain,

constant M&N circles, closed loop frequency response from open loop response. (8)

Unit 4: Concept of Stability

Asymptotic stability and conditional stability, Routh-Hurwitz criterion, Nyquist

stability criterion, root locus plots and their applications. (5)

Unit 5: Compensation Techniques

Concept of compensation, lag, Lead and Lag-lead networks, design of closed loop

systems using compensation techniques, feedback compensation using P,PI, PID

controllers. (6)

Non-Linear Systems

Linearization techniques of non-linear systems, phase-plane and describing function

techniques, introduction to optimization techniques. (4)

Basic MATLAB programming in control system and use of control system

toolbox. (6)

Textbooks:

1. I.J.Nagrath & M.Gopal, “Control system Engineering, New Age International.

2. K.Ogata, “Modern control engineering”, Prentice Hall of India.

3. B.C.Kuo, “Automatic control system”, Prentice Hall of India.

Reference books:

4. S.P.Eugene Xavier, “Principles of control systems”, S.Chand & Company.

5. Norman S.Nise, “Control Systems Engineering” John Wiley & Sons (Asia)

Singapore.

6. Raymond T.Stefani, “Design of feedback control systems”, Oxford University

press.

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DRAFT

310

Unit 1: Power system components: Single line diagram of power system, brief

description of power system elements, such as, synchronous machine, transformer,

transmission line, bas bar and circuit breaker etc.

Supply Systems: Different kinds of supply system and their comparison, choice of

transmission voltage, Kelvin’s law.

Transmission lines: Configurations, types of conductors, resistance of line, skin &

proximity effects. (8)

Unit 2:Overhead Transmission Lines: Calculation of inductance and capacitance of

single phase, three phase, single circuit and double circuit transmission lines,

representation and performance of short, medium and long transmission lines,

Ferranti effect. (7)

Unit 3: Corona and Interference: Phenomenon of corona, corona loss, factors

affecting corona, electrostatic and electromagnetic interference with communication

lines, methods of reducing corona and interference.

Overhead Line Insulators: Type of insulators and their applications, potential

distribution over a string of insulators, methods of equalizing the potential. (7)

Unit 4: Mechanical Design of Transmission Line: Catenary curve, calculation of

sag and tension, effects of wind and ice loadings, sag template, vibration dampers.(4)

Insulated Cables: Types of cables, dielectric stress, grading of cables, insulation

resistance, capacitance of single phase and three phase cables, dielectric loss, heating

of cables. (4)

Unit 5: Neutral Grounding: Necessity of neutral grounding, various methods of

neutral grounding, earthing transformer, grounding practices. High voltage

Transmission: Introduction to extra and ultra HVAC transmission. High Voltage dc

transmission kinds of de link, merits and demerits of HVDC transmission.

Introduction to Flexible AC Transmission system. (9)

Introduction to MATLAB programming in Power System. (6)

Textbooks:

1. John Grainger,W.D Stevenson, “Elements of power system analysis”, McGraw

Hill

2. C.L Wadhwa, “Electrical Power Systems”, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

3. Ashfaq Husain, “Electrical Power Systems”, CBS Publisher and Distributors.

Reference books:

4. S.L Uppal, “Electrical Power”, Khanna Publishers.

5. S.N. Singh “Electric Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution,” PHI New

Delhi.

26

DRAFT

311

Unit 1:

Frequency response & stability of an Op-Amp

Frequency response, compensating Networks, Frequency response of internally

compensated and uncompensated Op-Amps, High frequency Op- Amps. Equivalent

circuit, stability in constant GBP Op- Amp. Circuits. (9)

Unit 2:

Op-Amp Circuits: Linear Applications

Current to voltage converters, V to I converters, current amplifier, difference Amplifiers,

Instrumentation Amplifiers, Integrators & Differentiator. (8)

Unit 3:

Active filters & Converters

First and second order low pass & High pass filters, Band Pass & Band-Reject filters,

All-Pass filter, Filter using MATLAB.Voltage to Frequency and Frequency to voltage

Converters, Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Converters. (9)

Unit 4:

Non Linear Circuits & Regulators

Voltage Comparators, Schmitt Triggers, Precision Rectifiers, Analog Switches Peak

detectors, sample and Hold circuit, square and Triangular Wave Generators, Linear

Regulators Switching Regulators. (9)

Unit 5:

Non linear Amplifiers & Phase-Locked Loops

Log & Antilog Amplifiers, Analog Multipliers, Operational Trans conductance

Amplifiers (OTA), Phase-Locked Loops, Monolithic PLLs, Noise in Integrated Circuits.

(8)

Text Books:

1. Franco Sergio, “Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated

Circuits” Tata McGraw-Hill

2. Ramakant A. Gayakwad, “Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits” Prentice

Hall of India.

Reference Books:

4.James M.Fiore, “Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits: Theory and

Applications” Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd. Singapore

5. Millman J. & Halkias C.C., “Integrated Electronics Analog and Digital Circuit &

Systems” McGraw Hill.

6. Soclof S., “Application of Analog Integrated Circuits” Prentice Hall of India.

7. Bell, David A., “Operational Amplifiers & Linear ICS” Prentice Hall of India.

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DRAFT

Laboratory L T P

002

following,

out of which there should be at least two software based

experiments.

1. To perform no load and blocked rotor tests on a three phase squirrel cage

induction motor and

determine equivalent circuit.

2. To perform load test on a three phase induction motor and draw:

(i) Torque -speed characteristics

(ii) Power factor-line current characteristics

2. To perform no load and blocked rotor tests on a single phase induction

motor and determine

equivalent circuit.

3. To study speed control of three phase induction motor by

Keeping V/f ratio constant

4. To study speed control of three phase induction motor by varying supply

voltage.

5. To perform open circuit and short circuit tests on a three phase alternator

and determine voltage

regulation at full load and at unity, 0.8 lagging and leading power factors by

(i) EMF method

(ii) MMF method.

6. To determine V-curves and inverted V-curves of a three phase synchronous

motor.

7. To determine Xd and Xq of a three phase salient pole synchronous

machine using the slip test

and draw the power-angle curve.

8. To study synchronization of an alternator with the infinite bus by using:

(i) dark lamp method (ii) two bright and one dark lamp method

Software based experiments (Develop Computer Program in ‘C’

language or use

MATLAB or other commercial software)

9. To determine speed-torque characteristics of three phase slip ring

induction motor and study the

effect of including resistance, or capacitance in the rotor circuit.

10. To determine speed-torque characteristics of single phase induction

motor and study the effect

of voltage variation.

11. To determine speed-torque characteristics of a three phase induction

motor by (i) keeping v/f

ratio constant (ii) increasing frequency at the rated voltage.

12. Draw O.C. and S.C. characteristics of a three phase alternator from the

experimental data and

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determine voltage regulation at full load, and unity, 0.8 lagging and leading

power factors.

13. To determine steady state performance of a three phase induction motor

using equivalent

circuit.

DRAFT

002

following, out of which at least three should be software based.

1. To determine response of first order and second order systems for step

input for various

values of constant ’K’ using linear simulator unit and compare theoretical and

practical

results.

2. To study P, PI and PID temperature controller for an oven and compare

their performance.

3. To study and calibrate temperature using resistance temperature detector

(RTD)

4. To design Lag, Lead and Lag-Lead compensators using Bode plot.

5. To study DC position control system

6. To study synchro-transmitter and receiver and obtain output V/S input

characteristics

7. To determine speed-torque characteristics of an ac servomotor.

8. To study performance of servo voltage stabilizer at various loads using

load bank.

9. To study behaviour of separately excited dc motor in open loop and closed

loop conditions

at various loads.

10. To study PID Controller for simulation proves like transportation lag.

Software based experiments (Use MATLAB, LABVIEW software etc.)

11. To determine time domain response of a second order system for step

input and obtain

performance parameters.

12. To convert transfer function of a system into state space form and vice-

versa.

13. To plot root locus diagram of an open loop transfer function and

determine range of gain ‘k’

fir stability.

14. To plot a Bode diagram of an open loop transfer function.

15. To draw a Nyquist plot of an open loop transfer function and examine the

stability of the

closed loop system.

Reference Books:

1. K.Ogata,“Modern Control Engineering” Prentice Hall of India.

2. Norman S.Nise, “Control System Engineering”, John Wiley & Sons.

3. M.Gopal, “Control Systems: Principles & Design” Tata Mc Graw Hill.

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DRAFT

002

Note: The minimum of ten experiments are to be performed from the following:

determine dc quiescent operating point.

2. To study common-emitter amplifier and determine voltage gain, current gain, input

impedance and output impedance.

3. To study R-C coupled two-stage common-emitter amplifier and determine voltage

gain, current gain, input impedance and output impedance.

4. To study single stage RC-coupled FET amplifier.

5. To study transistor as a switch and determine load voltage and load power when the

transistor is ON.

6. To study common-collector amplifier and determine voltage gain, current gain, input

impedance and output impedance.

7. To study RC phase shift oscillator.

8. To study Wein bridge oscillator.

9. To determine CMRR of a differential amplifier.

10. To study op-amp based inverting and non-inverting amplifiers and the voltage

comparator.

11. To study op-amp based Adder and integrator circuits.

12. To study an RC active filter.

13. To study Op-amp based triangular wave generator.

14. To study a PLL circuit and determine the free running frequency, capture range and

lock range.

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Diagnostics

2. TEC 652 Optical & Mobile Communication Electronics &

Communication

3. TEC 653 Consumer Electronics Electronics &

Communication

5. TIT 016 IT in Business Information

Technology

___________________________________________________________________________

Note : The Students will choose any one subject of the course other than their

Engineering Branch.

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310

UNIT-1

Productivity, quality circles in maintenance, Reliability, Reliability Assurance,

Maintainability vs Reliability

Failure analysis, equipment downtime analysis, breakdown analysis.

UNIT-2

Maintenance type, Breakdown Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, Oppurtunity

maintenance, Routine maintenance, Preventive and predictive maintenance, Condition

based maintenance system, Design out maintenance

UNIT-3

Equipment health monitoring, Signals, Online and Offline monitoring, Visual and temp.

monitoring, Leakage monitoring, Lubricating monitoring.

UNIT-4

Ferrography, Spectroscopy, Crack monitoring, Corrosion monitoring, thickness

monitoring, noise monitoring, smell/odour monitoring, thermography.

UNIT-5

Vibration characteristics, vibration monitoring causes, identification, measurement of

machine vibration.

C.M of lubes and hydraulic systems, C.M of pipelines , selection of C.M techniques,

advantages.

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310

UNIT-1

Communication at optical frequency, elements of optical communication system,

electromagnetics of of optical fibre, modes in optical fiberstransmission characteristics of

optical fibres.

UNIT-2

Sources and detectors for optical fibres LED and laser diodes, characteristic and

modulation capability, principles of photo detector, characteristic, noise performance.

UNIT-3

Optical receiver operation and transmission like analysis.

UNIT-4

Introduction to cellular mobile systems, propogation characteristics for mobile

communication.

UNIT-5

Modulation, multiple access and diversity, mobile satellite communication.

Text Books:

1. Keisar G/ optical fibre communication/ mc graw hill 2nd ed

2. Ghataka and Thyagrajan K./ optical electronics/ Cambridge University Press.

3. Pal B.P / fundamentals of fiber optics in telecommunication and sensor system/

Wiley Eastern ltd.

Reference Books:

4. Lee . C.Y / mobile cellular telecommunication/ mc graw hills internationals

5. Feher .K / wireless digital communication/ practice hall of zudi ltd.

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310

Unit-1

Audio systems: Hi-Fi Systems, Stereophonic sound systems, Public Address Systems,

Acoustics, Quadraphonic sound systems, Graphic Equalizers, Speech Synthesizers,

Electronic tuning.

Unit-2&3

Video Systems: B&W TV, Color TV and HD TV systems, Electronic cameras, VCR,

VCP, CD systems, Memory diskettes, Discs and drums. Video Monitoring Audio, Video

Recording media and systems, Dolby noise reduction, digital and analog recording.

Unit-4

Switching Systems: Switching System for Telephone exchanges, PABX, EPABX,

Modular telephones, Telephone message recording concepts, Remote Controlled

Systems.

Unit-5

Home Appliances: Electronic toys, Microwave oven, Refrigerators, Washing Machines,

Calculators, Data organizers.

Text Books:

2. Handbook of Electronics & Telecommunications.

Reference Books:

3. Encyclopedia of Video & TV/ Focal Press.

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310

Unit 1

User centered design of system and interface, anatomy and rational of WIMP

Window, leon, Menus and Pointing Devices) interfaces.

Unit 2

Dialogue design, presetntaiton design, user documentation, evaluation, Usability

testing of user interface.

Unit 3

Ergonomics and Cognitive issues, hypertext and the world wide web.

Unit 4

User centered design, human factors in user centered design, development and

evaluation interactive design – rapid prototyping.

Unit 5

Designing for usability – effectiveness, learnability flexibility attitude and

usability goals criteria for acceptability.

Text Book:

1. Sudifle AG, ”Human Computer Interface Design”, 2nd ed, Macmillan, 1995.

Reference Book:

computer interaction”’ 2nd ed Addison Wesley; 1992.

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DRAFT

310

Unit 1

Business drivers IT’s Competitive Potential

Strategic Alignment

Strategic Management and Competitive strategy

Unit 2

Rethinking Business through IT Development a Competitive Strategy

Inter organization information system business to business system

Electronic Commerce and Market System.

Unit 3

Forming a corporate IT strategy

Developing and

Information Architecture

Unit 4

Incorporating business innovation into the corporate IT strategy

The changing role of IT in International business

The changing global IT Practices

Unit 5

The Impact and value of information Technology in Competitive strategy

Changing the Focus of strategy

Trends: Beyond 2000.

Text Book:

Graw Hill.

Reference Book:

2. Ttapscott Don, “The Digital Economy” Mc Graw Hill, 1996

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DRAFT

311

Unit 1:

Power converter components: Power Transistor and Triac, Commutation, thyristor,

Power MOSFET, IGBT, Thyristor characteristics, Rating, Protection and cooling of

Thyristors, Gate circuit requirements, Single pulse and carrier frequency gating, Firing

circuits based on RC, UJT, 555 and comparator circuits. Darlington and series parallel

combination of Thyristors, GTO & MOSFET Basics. (8)

Unit2:

Controlled Rectifiers: Cycloconveters and ac controllers, half wave rectifier. Analysis

of single phase controlled rectifiers with different types of loads, effect of transformer

leakage inductance. Three phase converters and line commutated inverters. Single and

three phase converters with inter phase reactors. Dual converters. Regulated D.C. power

supplies using thyristors and triacs. (10)

Unit 3:

Inverters: Principle of inverters, half and full bridge single phase inverters, analysis with

resistance and inductive load feedback diodes, three phase inverters, MC-Murray-

Bedford half bridge inverters, PWM inverters. (8)

Unit 4:

Choppers: Principle of choppers, analysis of chopper circuits, Multiquadrant choppers,

parallel voltage and current commutated choppers (6)

Unit 5:

Solid state speed control of Motors: Converter and chopper control of dc motors,

control of universal motor with a half wave converter and ac controller, ac motor speed

control.

(6)

Textbooks:

1. Dr. PS. Bimbhra, “Power Electronics” 4/e, Khanna Publishers.

2. Ned mohan, Tore. M. Undeland, Williams P. Robbins, “Power Electronics”

3/e Wiley India

3. M.H. Rashid, “ Power Electronics Circuits, Devices & Applications”,PHI.

Reference Books:

House ltd.

5. Cyril W. Lander, “Power Electronics”, TMH.

6. Vithayathil, J, “Power Electronics: Principles and applications”, TMH.

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& 310

INSTRUMENTATION

Unit 1:

Precision and Accuracy: Errors in measurement, Resolution, AC & DC bridges. (2)

Measurement of frequency, phase & time interval: Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes the

block diagram, Compensated attenuators, Horizontal & vertical amplifiers,

synchronization, storage oscilloscope, measurements using CRO – Voltage, Frequency,

Period, Phase etc, Oscilloscope Probes, Specifications of Typical CRO. (6)

Unit 2:

Electronic Instruments for Measuring Basic Parameters: Amplified DC Meter, AC

Voltmeter using Rectifiers, True RMS reading voltmeters, electronic Multimeter,

Component Measuring Instruments, Q meter, Vector Impedance Meter, Vector

Voltmeter, RF power and voltage measurement. (6)

Unit 3:

Signal Analysis: Spectrum analyzer, wave analyzer, distortion analyzer, the total

Harmonic measurement, modulation analyzer, block diagram, applications of the

analyzer. (6)

Unit 4:

Digital Measurements: Measurement of frequency & time, universal frequency counter

and modes of measurement, automatic time and frequency scaling, digital clock, digital

RF frequency measurement, phase meter, energy meter. (8)

Unit 5:

Signal generation

Sine wave generator, frequency-synthesized signal generator, frequency divider

generator, sweep-frequency generator.

Introduction to computer-controlled test systems. (6)

Textbook:

1. Helfrick and Cooper, “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and measurement

techniques”, PHI

Reference Books:

3. CS Rangan & GR Sharma, “Instrumentation Devices and systems”, TMH

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310

Unit 1: Representation of Power System Components

Synchronous machines, Transformers, Transmission lines, One line diagram, Impedance

and reactance diagram, per unit System. (2)

Symmetrical components:

Symmetrical Components of unbalanced phasors, power in terms of symmetrical

components, sequence impedances and sequence networks. (3)

Symmetrical fault analysis:

Transient in R-L series circuit, calculation of 3-phase short circuit current and reactance

of synchronous machine, internal voltage of loaded machines under transient conditions.

(2)

Unit 2: Unsymmetrical faults

Analysis of single line to ground fault, line to- line fault and Double Line to ground fault

on an unloaded generators and power system network with and without fault impedance.

Formation of Zbus using singular transformation and algorithm, computer method for short

circuit calculations (5)

Unit 3: Load Flows

Introduction, bus classifications, nodal admittance matrix ( BUS Y ), development of load

flow equations, load flow solution using Gauss Siedel and Newton-Raphson method,

approximation to N-R method, line flow equations and fast decoupled method. (8)

Unit 4: Power System Stability

Stability and Stability limit, Steady state stability study, derivation of Swing equation,

transient stability studies by equal area criterion and step-by-step method. Factors

affecting steady state and transient stability and methods of improvement. (8)

Unit 5: Traveling Waves

Wave equation for uniform Transmission lines, velocity of propagation, surge

impedance, reflection and transmission of traveling waves under different line loadings.

Bewlay’s lattice diagram, protection of equipments and line against traveling waves. (7)

Economic dispatch

Penalty factors including real losses; Automatic generation and control; Steady-state

analysis and dynamic response of a single area system. (6)

Text Books:

1. John Gainger,W.D. Stevenson, Jr., “Elements of Power System Analysis”, Mc

Graw Hill.

2. C.L. Wadhwa, “Electrical Power System”, New Age International.

3. Hadi Sadat, “ Power system Analysis” Tata Mc Graw Hill.

4. T. K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija, “ Power System Analysis” Oxford University

Press.

Reference Books:

5. Kothari & Nagrath, “Modern Power System Analysis”, Tata Mc Graw Hill.

6. Chakraborthy, Soni,Gupta & Bhatnagar, “Power System Engineering”, Dhanpat

Rai & Co.

7. Stagg and El-Abiad, “Computer Methods in Power System Analysis” Tata

McGraw Hill

8. L. P. Singh; “Advanced Power System Analysis & Dynamics”, New Age

International

9. Hadi Sadat; “Power System Analysis”, Tata McGraw Hill.

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10. A. R. Bergen and V. Vittal, “Power System Analysis”, Pearson Publication.

DRAFT

311

Elements of communication system and its limitations (4)

Unit 1: Amplitude Modulation

Amplitude modulation and detection, Generation and detection of DSB-SC, SSB and

vestigial side band modulation, carrier acquisition AM transmitters and receivers, super

heterodyne receiver, IF amplifiers, AGC circuits Frequency Division multiplexing.(11)

Unit 2: Angle Modulation

Basic definitions, Narrow band and wideband frequency modulation, transmission

bandwidth of FM Signals, Generation and detection of frequency modulation

Noise:

External noise, internal noise, Noise calculations, signal to noise ratio, Noise in AM and

FM systems. (9)

Unit 3:

Pulse Modulation

Introduction, sampling process, Analog Pulse Modulation Systems-Pulse Amplitude

Modulation, Pulse width modulation and Pulse Position Modulation. (3)

Waveform coding Techniques

Discretization in time and amplitude, Quantization process, quantization noise, Pulse

code Modulation, Differential Pulse code Modulation, Delta Modulation and Adaptive

Delta Modulation. (5)

Unit 4: Digital Modulation Techniques

Types of digital modulation, waveforms for amplitude, frequency and phase shift keying,

methods of generation of coherent and noncoherent, ASK, FSK and PSK, comparison of

above digital techniques.

Unit 5: Time Division Multiplexing

Fundamentals, Electronic Commutator, Bit/byte interleaving, TI carrier system,

synchronization and signaling of TI, TDM and PCM hierarchy, synchronization

techniques. (4)

Introduction to Information Theory:

Measure of information, Entropy & Information rate, channel capacity, Hartley Shannan

law, Huffman coding, shannan Fano coding.

(3)

Text Books:

1 R.P.Singh & S.D. Sapre, “Communication Systems Analog and Digital” Tata McGraw

Hill.

2. Simon Haykin, “Communication Systems” John Wiley & Sons 4th Edition

3. G.Kennedy and B. Davis,” Electronic Communication Systems” 4th Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill

4. Simon Haykin, “Digital Communications” John Wiley & Sons

Reference Books:

5. B.P. Lathi, “Modern Analog & Digital Communication Systems” Oxford

University Press.

6 Taub & Schilling, “Communication System: Analog and Digital” Tata Mc Graw

Hill

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should be software based.

1. To study V-I characteristics of SCR and measure latching and holding currents.

2. To study UJT trigger circuit for half wave and full wave control.

3. To study single-phase half wave controlled rectified with (i) resistive load (ii)

inductive load with and without free wheeling diode.

4. To study single phase (i) fully controlled (ii) half controlled bridge rectifiers

with resistive and inductive loads.

5. To study three-phase fully/half controlled bridge rectifier with resistive and inductive

loads.

6. To study single-phase ac voltage regulator with resistive and inductive loads.

7. To study single phase cyclo-converter

8. To study triggering of (i) IGBT (ii) MOSFET (iii) power transistor

9. To study operation of IGBT/MOSFET chopper circuit

10. To study MOSFET/IGBT based single-phase series-resonant inverter.

11. To study MOSFET/IGBT based single-phase bridge inverter.

2. To obtain PSPICE simulation of Power Transistor and IGBT.

3. To obtain PSPICE simulation of single phase fully controlled bridge rectifier and

draw load voltage and load current waveform for inductive load.

4. To obtain PSPICE simulation of single phase full wave ac voltage controller and draw

load voltage and load current waveforms for inductive load.

5. To obtain PSPICE simulation of step down dc chopper with L-C output filter for

inductive load and determine steady-state values of output voltage ripples in out put

voltage and load current.

References:

1. M.H.Rashid, “Power Electronics: Circuits”, Devices and Applications”, 3rd Edition,

prentice Hall of India.

2. D.W. Hart, “Introduction to power Electronics” prentice hall Inc. 1997.

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2. To study generation of DSB-SC signal using balanced modulator.

3. To study generation of SSB signal

4. To study envelope detector for demodulation of AM signal and observe diagonal peak

clipping effect.

5. To study super heterodyne AM receiver and measurement of sensitivity, selectivity and

fidelity.

6. To study frequency modulation using voltage controlled oscillator.

7. To detect FM signal using Phase Locked Loop.

8. To measure noise figure using a noise generator.

9. To study PAM, PWM and PPM.

10. To realize PCM signal using ADC and reconstruction using DAC and 4 bit/8bit

system.

Observe quantization noise in each case.

11. To study Delta Modulation and Adaptive Delta Modulation.

12. To study PSK-modulation system.

13. To study FSK-modulation system.

14. To study sampling through a Sample-Hold circuit and reconstruction of the sampled

signal and observe the effect of sampling rate & the width of the sampling pulses.

15. To study functioning of color television

16. Fabricate and test a PRBS generator

17. Realization of data in different forms, such as MRZ-L, NRZ - M&N, NRZ-S.

18. Manchester coding & decoding (Biphase L) of NRZ-L data.

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2. Instrumentation Amplifier: Design for specific gain and verification of CMRR.

3. Characteristics of Thermistors.

4. Characteristics of RTD.

5. Characteristics of Thermo Couple.

6. Characteristics of LVDT.

7. Determination of sensitivity of a weatstone bridge.

8. Characteristics of LDR and Opto couplers.

9. Characteristics of one solid state sensor / Fiber optic sensor.

10. Design and test a signal conditioning circuit for any of the above transducers.

11. Convert a given AC Analog signal into digital using S/H &ADC and recover the

analog signal using DAC IC.

12. Characteristic of Strain gauge.

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0

Unit – I :

1. introduction: importance of electrical energy, comparison with other forms of energy,

global energy scenario.

2. Non-Conventional Energy Sources: Introduction to solar energy, geo-thermal energy,

tidal energy, wind energy, biogas energy and M.H.D. power generation.

(5)

Unit –II

3. Thermal Power Plant: Location and site selection, general layout and working of

plant, brief description of boilers, cconomizers, super heaters, draft equipments, fuel and

ash handling plant.

4. Gas Turbine Power Plant: Lay out , working and components of gas turbine

power plant, combined gas and steam turbine plant.

(5)

Unit – III:

5. Hydro Electric Plant: location and site selection, general layout and operation of

plant, impulse, reaction, francis and Kaplan turbines, governing of turbines.

6. Diesel Power Plant: Layout and components of plant auxiliary equipments

.(5)

Unit - IV

7. Nuclear Power Plant: Location and site selection, general layout and operation of

plant, brief description of reactors, moderatiors and reflectors.

8. Substation Layout: Types of substation, bus-bar arrangements, typical layout of

substation, substation equipments.

(5)

Unit - V

power plant economics and tarrifs: Load curve, load duration curve, factors affecting cost of

generation, tarrifs, depreciation, effect of low power factor and its improvement (5)

Textbooks:

1. M.V deshpande, “Elements of Electric Power Station Design”, Wheeler

Publishing co.

2. B.R. Gupta, “ Generation of Electrical energy”, Eurasa Publishing House.

3. B.G.A Skrotzki & W.A Vopat, “Power Station engineering and Economy”, Tata

Mc. Graw Hill.

Reference Books:

4. S.L. Uppal “ Electrical power”, khanna Publishers.

5. S.N Singh, “Electric Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, “New

Delhi.

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310

Unit 1: Introduction to Protection System

Introduction to protection system and its elements, functions of protective relaying,

protective zones, primary and backup protection, desirable qualities of protective

relaying, basic terminology. (3)

Relays

Electromagnetic, attracted and induction type relays, thermal relay, gas-actuated relay,

and design considerations of electromagnetic relay. (5)

Unit 2: Relay Application and Characteristics

Amplitude and phase comparators, over current relays, directional relays, distance relays,

differential relay (4)

Static Relays

Comparison with electromagnetic relay, classification and their description, over current

relays, directional relay, distance relays, differential relay. (4)

Unit 3: Protection of Transmission Line

Over current protection, distance protection, pilot wire protection, carrier current

protection, protection of bus, auto reclosing. (8)

Unit 4: Circuit Breaking

Properties of arc, arc extinction theories, restriking voltage transient, current chopping,

resistance switching, capacitive current interruption, short line interruption, circuit

breaker ratings. (5)

Testing Of Circuit Breaker:

Classification, testing station and equipments, testing procedure, direct and indirect

testing. (3)

Unit 5: Apparatus Protection

Protection of transformer, generator and motor. (3)

Circuit Breaker

Operating modes, selection of circuit breakers, constructional features and operation of

Bulk Oil, Minimum Oil, Air Blast, SF6, Vacuum and d. c. circuit breakers. (5)

Text Books:

1. S. S. Rao, “Switchgear and Protection”, Khanna Publishers.

2. B. Ravindranath and M. Chander, “Power system Protection and Switchgear”,

Wiley Eastern Ltd.

3. C.L Wadhwa, “Electrical Power Systems”, Wiley Eastern Ltd.

4. 1 B. Ram and D. N. Vishwakarma, “Power System Protection and Switchgear”,

Tata Mc. Graw Hill

5. 2 Y. G. Paithankar and S R Bhide, “Fundamentals of Power System Protection”,

Prentice Hall of India.

Reference Books:

6. T. S. M. Rao, “Power System Protection: Static Relays with Microprocessor

Applications” Tata McGraw Hill.

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7. A.R. Van C. Warringtaon, “Protective Relays- Their Theory and Practice, Vol. I

& II”, John Wiley & Sons.

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Unit 1:

Introduction: The age of biomedical engineering, development of biomedical

instrumentation, man instrumentation system, components physiological system of the

body, Problem encountered in measuring a living system. (2)

Unit 2:

Transducers & electrodes: The transducers & transduction principles active

transducers, passive transducers, transducer for biomedical applications.

Sources of bioelectric potentials: Resting & action potentials, propagation of active

potential, The bioelectric potentials-ECG, EEG, EMG and evoked responses.

Electrodes: Electrode theory, Biopotential Electrode-Microelectrodes Body surface

Electrode, needle electrodes, biochemical transducers, Reference electrodes, PH

electrodes, Blood gas electrodes.

Cardiovascular Measurements: Electrocardiography -ECG amplifiers, electrodes and

leads, ECG recorders- three channel, vector cardiographs, ECG system for stress testing,

continuous ECG recording (Holter recording), Blood pressure measurements, Blood flow

measurement, Heart sound measurement.

Patient Care & Monitoring: Elements of intensive care monitoring, patient monitoring

display, diagnosis, calibration & reparability of patients monitoring equipments,

pacemakers & defibrillators. (8)

Unit 3:

Measurements in Respiratory system: Physiology of respiratory system measurement

of breathing mechanics – Spiro meter, Respiratory therapy equipments: inhalators

ventilators & Respirators, Humidifiers, Nebulizers & Aspirators. (6)

Unit 4:

Diagnostic Techniques: ultrasonic diagnosis Eco- cardiography, Eco encephalography,

ophthalmic scans, X-Ray & Radio-isotope Instrumentation, CAT scan, Emission

Computerized Tomography, and MRI. (7)

Unit -5

Bio Telemetry: The components of a biotelemetry system, Implant able units. Telemetry for

ECG measurements during exercise for emergency patient monitoring. (3)

Other prosthetic devices like hearing Aid, Myoelectric Arm, Special aspects safety of

Medical Electronic Equipments, Shock Hazards from Electrical equipment and

prevention against them.

(4)

Textbooks:

2. Cromwell, “Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurements”, PHI.

Reference Book:

the IBM PC”, PHI

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Introduction to sampling theorem and sampling process, convolution, computing

minimum sampling rate, Aliasing Errors. ` (2)

Review of PCM, DPCM, Methods of binary data transmission, Data

Formats, DM code converters, PSK, QPSK, FSK, probability of error, phase ambiguity

resolution and differential encoding, error detection, error correction, error correction

codes. (6)

Unit 3: Data Handling System

Block schematic, Sensors, Signal conditioners, Multiplexing- high level and low level,

ADC- range and resolution, Word Format, Frame format, Frame synchronizer codes, R.

F. links, X24, RS 422, RS423, RS 232C interfaces, Multi terminal configuration,

Multiplier & Concentrator, Data Modems, Data transmission over telephone lines.(8)

Data Reception Systems

Bit synchronizers, frame synchronizers, subframe synchronizers, PLL, Display systems.

(4)

Unit 4: Remote Control

Communication based processing control systems, pipelines, Operational security

systems components, Pipeline control, Power system control, Programmable controllers

for factory automation. (6)

Command:

Tone command system, Tone digital command system, ON/OFF command and data

commands. (3)

Unit 5: Aerospace Telemetry

Signal formation and conversion, Multiplexing techniques in telecontrol, Industrial

telecontrol installations, reliability in telecontrol installations. (9)

Text Books:

1. Patranabis, “Telemetry Principles”, Tata McGraw Hill.

2. Schweber, “Data Communication”, McGraw Hill.

Reference Book:

3. Berder & Menjewlse, “Telemetry Systems”.

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Project shall be assigned to students at the start of VII semester. There should not usually

be more than 3 students in batch. The project should be based on latest technology as far

as possible and it may be hardware or/and software based. The assessment of

performance of students should be made at least twice in the semester. Students should be

encouraged to present their progress of project using overhead projector or LCD

projector.

002

1. Measurement of Temperature Using RTD Thermistor and amplification to an

appropriate level suitable for Teletransmission.

2. Sampling Though a S/H circuit, and reconstruction of the sampled signal.

3. Realizing of PCM signal using ADC & reconstruction using DAC using 4 bit / 8 bit

system. Observe Quantization noise in each case.

4. Fabricate and test a PRBS Generator.

5. Realization of data in Different formats such as NRZ-L, NRZ-M &NRZ-S.

6. Clock recovery circuit from NRZ-L data using PLL.

7. Manchester Coding & Decoding (Biphase l) of NRZ-L data.

8. Coding & Decoding of NRZ- L into URZ-L (Unipolar return to Zero coding)

9. ASK- Modulation & Detection.

10. FSK- Modulation & Detection.

11. PSK- Modulation & Detection.

12. Error introduction, Error detection & Correction using Hamming code.

13. Amplitude Modulation & Detection of signal obtained from

Experiment no-1.

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simulation based.

1. To determine direct axis reactance (xd) and quadrature axis reactance (xq) of a salient

pole alternator.

2. To determine negative and zero sequence reactances of an alternator.

3. To determine sub transient direct axis reactance (xd) and sub transient quadrature axis

reactance (xq) of an alternator

4. To determine fault current for L-G, L-L, 2L-G and L-L-L faults at the terminals of an

alternator at very low excitation

5. To study the IDMT over current relay and determine the time current characteristics

6. To study percentage differential relay

7. To study Impedance, MHO and Reactance type distance relays

8. To determine location of fault in a cable using cable fault locator

9. To study ferranty effect and voltage distribution in H.V. long transmission line using

transmission line model.

10. To study operation of oil testing set.

11. To determine transmission line performance.

12. To obtain steady state, transient and sub-transient short circuit currents in an

alternator

13. To obtain formation of Y-bus and perform load flow analysis

14. To perform symmetrical fault analysis in a power system

15. To perform unsymmetrical fault analysis in a power system

Reference Books:

1. Hadi Sadat, “ Power system Analysis” Tata Mc Graw Hill.

2. T. K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija, “ Power System Analysis” Oxford University Press.

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310

Unit 1:

A.C & DC Servomotor: Analysis Transfer function and Block Diagram, load torque,

speed torque characteristics, Electronics, Electronic Drive circuits, Applications in

control.

Synchros: Principles and Applications.

Unit 2:

Stepper Motors: Variable reluctance, stepper motor, single and Multi stack permanent

magnet stepper motor, hybrid stepper Motors, Drive circuits and high-speed operations.

Unit 3:

Control valve and sizing: Principles, types, characteristics, pneumatic and hydraulic

actuated valves, quick exhaust valve, Time delay valve, Shuttle valve, Twin pressure

valve Solenoid operated valve.

Unit 4:

Electron pneumatics: Actuating magnets, Contractors and switches, Relays limit

switches, Miniature motors, Electro pneumatic circuits, Actuators & Petitioners for

valves I/P and P/I converters.

Unit 5:

Special Machines: Linear induction motor, reluctance motors, Brush less motors,

Hysteresis motors, and AC tachometers.

Text Books:

1. TE Gibson and FB teuter, “control System components”, Mc Graw Hill, NY.

Reference Books:

2. Anderson, “Analysis and design of pneumatic systems”.

3. Nagrath I.J and Gopal M, “Control system Engineering”, PHI

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3 1

0

Unit 1

Basic device models: Theory of bipolar and MOS transistors. Small signal model of

bipolar and MOS tranistor, Gummel Poon model.

Unit 2

High current effects in diodes: dependence of lifetime on high level injection, non

uniform current distribution under high current injection.

Unit 3

Power bipolar transistors: onset of high current effects in transistors. Theories of Kirk

effect, crowding, pinch – in effects, second breakdown etc. Emitter geometries for high

current and HF operation.

Unit 4

SCR: Theories of operation; Relation between shorted emitted and dv/dt ratings Gate turn

off devices, inverter, grade SCRs. Special diffusion techniques for SCRs. Power VMOS

deivces

Unit 5

Heat transfer in power devices; power MOS devices: VMOS & DMOS device structure

and models; device packaging

Text Book:

SM Sze “ Physics of semiconductor Devices”2nd ed. Wiley, 1981

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3 1 0

Unit 1

Wave Guides and Optical Fibers: Dielectric slab wave guide, step and graded

index optical fibers, structures, fiber parameters modes of propagation, signal

degradation fiber jointing, fiber materials and manufacturing. (6)

Unit 2

Photo sources and Detectors: Injection luminescence and the Light emitting diode

(LED), materials, constructions, Drive circuitry, Fundamentals of laser, Einstein

relations (10)

Unit 3

Electro Optic Effects: EO retardation, Amplitude, Phase and frequency

Modulation / Beam deflection, Acousto – optics, AO devices, Non linear optics –

second harmonic generation, parametric amplification, oscillation, Materials

perspective. (4)

Fourier optics and Holography: Fourier transforming property of lens, image

forming property of lens, Holography Inline, Off axis, Holographic interferometry

Holographic storage. (4)

Unit 4

Optical Communication Systems: Analog and Digital modulation schemes, FO

Communication System (Block Diagram), FO local area network. (5)

Unit 5

Optical computing: optical analog, computing, digital optical computing, optical

interconnects, optical computing in symbolic substitution the residue Number

system. (5)

Text books:

1. J. Wilson JFB Hawkes / Opto Electronic, An Introduction / PHI 2000.

2. I.P Kaminov/ An intodution to Electro Optic Devices/ Academic Press New York

1974.

3. AYatriv / optical electronic/CBS collage publishing New York, 1985

Reference Books:

4. AK ghatak and K thyagrajan / optical Electornics / Cambridge University Press 1989

5. F. Zerike and J.E Midwinter / Apllied Non linear optics / john wiley and sons, New

York, 1973

6. FTS Yu/Optical Information Processing/ Wiley New york 1983.

7. A Selvarajan Krishna swami / Opto Electronics: Curent TREnds/ TMH.

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0

Unit 1

Fundamentals: basics of Neuroscience and artificial NeuronModels,Grpahs

Algorithms Interconnection and routing, Placement and partitioning / parallel/

Computation/Associated memory.

Unit 2 and 3

Networks: Perception, Multilayer, training, feed forward networks Unsupervised

and reinforcement learning, adaptive structure networks, recurrent networks

adaptive resonant networks, Hybrid learning, radial basis function networks

(RBF) and time delay networks (TDNNs)

Unit 4

Fuzzy Neural Networks: Fuzzy sets and logic ANN implementations.

Unit 5

Application: Hardware and implementation concerns, Approach to solving hard

problem multitarget tracking, time series Prediction, Handwritten digit

recognition, Image compression, visual processing Networks

Text books:

1. NK Bose & P. liang /Neural network fundamentals with graphes, algorithm and

applications/ TMH

2. Limin Fee/ Neural networks and Fuzzy systems: A Dynamical System

3. M.Jurada …. Artificial Neural Network

Reference books:

4. Kosko/ neural networks and fuzzy networks: A dynamical system approach to

machine intelligence PHI

5. Robert schalkogs/ artificial neural networks / TMH

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3 1 0

Break down Phenomenon:

Basics Process of breakdown, breakdown phenomenon in gaseous, liquid, solid

and composite dielectrics, breakdown in vacuum insulation.

Generation of high test voltages

Generation of high d.c. voltage by voltage multiplier circuit and electrostatic

generators, generations of high a.c voltage by cascade transformer and resonant

transformers, generation of impulse voltage, triggering and synchronization of

impulse generator, generation of high impulse current.

Measurement of High Voltage and Current

Resistance, capacitance and RC potential dividers sphere gap, electrostatic

voltmeter,

Generating voltmeter, impulse voltage measurement, measurement of high dc, ac

and impulse currents

High Voltage Phenomenon and Insulation Coordination

Requirement of high voltage test circuit, IS specifications; impulse and power

frequency test of transformer, lighting, arrester, bushing, power cables, circuits

breakers and isolator; measurement of resistivity, dielectric constant and loss

factor, partial discharge measurement.

Over Voltage Phenomenon and Insulation Coordination

Lightning and switching phenomenon as causes of over voltage, protection of

transmission line and substation against over voltage, insulation coordination.

Text books:

1. E kuffel and WS Zaengol,” High Voltage Engineering” Pergamon Press

2. MS naidu and V Kamaraju,” High Voltage Engineering” Tata Mc Graw hill

Reference books:

4. RS Jha, “ high voltage engineering”

5. C.L. wadhwa “high voltage engineering: willey eastern Ltd.

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Unit 1:

1. Discrete time Signals: Sequences; representation of signals on orthogonal basis;

sampling and reconstruction of signals. (3)

2. Discrete Systems: Attributes, Z-Transform, analysis of LTI systems, Frequency

analysis, Inverse Systems, discrete Fourier transform (DFT), FAST Fourier Transform

algorithm, implementation of discrete time systems. (5)

Unit 2:

3. Design of FIR Digital Filters: Window method, park-McClellan’s method, and effect

of finite register length in FIR filter design. (8)

Unit -3

4. Design of HR digital Filter: Butterworth, chebyshev and elliptic Approximations;

lowpass, bandpass, bandstop and High pass filters. (8)

Unit 4:

5. Parametric and non-parametric spectral estimation. Introduction to multirate signal

processing. (6)

Unit 5:

6. Application of DSP to Speech and radar signal processing. (8)

Textbooks:

1. John G. Prokias and D.G. manolakis, “ Digital Signal Processing: Principles,

Algorithms and Applications”, PHI, 1997.

2. A.V Oppenheim and Schafer, “ Discrete time Signal Processing”, PHI, 1989.

Reference books:

3. L.R. Rabiner and B.Gold, “Theory and Applications of digital Signal Processing”,

PHI, 1992.

4. J.R. Johnson, “ Introduction to Digital Signal Processing”, PHI, 1992.

5. D.J. DeFatta, J.G. Lucas and W.S Hodgkiss, “Digital Signal Processing”, J Wiley

and sons, Singapore, 1988.

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UNIT 1:

State Space analysis of Control system: introduction, state space representation of

continuous linear time invariant system, transfer function and state variables, solution of

state equations. (8)

UNIT 2:

Analysis of Discrete Systems: Introduction to discrete time systems; sample and hold

circuits; representation by difference equations and its solution using Z-Transform, pulse

transfer function, representation of discrete system in state variable form and its solution.

(8)

UNIT 3:

Controllability and Observability: State and output controllability and observability;

design of state observers and controllers.

Stability: Liapunov’s method, methods for generating Liapunov’s function; Lure’s

transformation; popov’s criterion. (8)

UNIT 4:

Optimal control: Introduction, formation of optimal control problem, calculus of

variations, minimization of functions. Constrained optimization. Dynamic programming,

performance index, optimality principle, Hamilton-jacobi equation, linear quadratic

problems, ricatti equation and its solution, solution of two-pint boundary value problems.

UNIT 5:

Adaptive Control: Introduction, modal reference adaptive control systems, controller

structure self-tuning regulators, various adaptive control systems, Fuzzy logic and its

applications.

Introduction to digital control.

Textbooks:

1. K.Ogata, “Modern control engineering”, Prentice Hall of India.

2. B.C.Kuo, “Automatic control system”, Prentice Hall of India.

3. B. Ogata, “State-Space Analysis”

4. M. Gopal, “Modern Control System Theory”, Wiley eastern Ltd.

Reference books:

5. Brian D.O. Adnerson and John B. Moore, “Optimal Control: Linear Quadratic

Method”

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6. Shastri and bodson, “Adaptive Control”, PHI

7. S. Das Gupta, “Control System Theory”, Khanna Publishers.

DRAFT

TEE 821 NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES L T P

3 1 0

1. Introduction :

Various non-conventional energy resources - Introduction ,availability ,

classification , relative merits and demerits .

2. Solar Cells :

Theory of solar cells . solar cell materials , solar cell power plant ,

limitations.

Solar Thermal Energy :

Solar radiation flat plant collectors and their materials , aqpplication and

performance , focusing of collectors and their materials , applications and

performance ; solar thermal power plants , thermal energy storage for solar

heating and cooling , limitations .

3. Geothermal Energy :

Resources of geothermal energy , thermodynamics of geo-thermal energy

conversion-electrical conversion , non-electrical conversion , environmental

considerations .

Magneto-hydrodynamics (M H D ) :

Principle of working of M H D Power plant , performance and limitations.

6. Fuel Cells :

Principle of working of various types of fuel cells and their working ,

performance and limitations .

7. Thermo-electrical and thermionic Conversions :

principle of working , performance and limitations .

8. Wind Energy :

Wind power and its sources , site selection , criterion , momentum

theory , classification of rotors , concentrations and augments , wind

characteristics . performance and limitations of energy conversion

systems .

9. Bio-mass:

Availability of bio-mass and its convention theory .

10. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) :

Availability , theory and working principle , performance and

limitations.

11. Wave and Tidal Wave :

Principle of working , performance and limitations . Waste

Recycling Plants .

Textbooks:

1. Andrea Gabdel , “A Handbook for Engineers and Economists.”

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2. A. Mani , “Handbook of solar radiation Data for India .”

3. Peter Auer , “Advances in Energy System and Technology .” Vol. I

& II Edited by Academic Press .

4. F.R. the MITTRE , “Wind Machines” by Energy Resources and

Environmental Series

Reference books:

5. Frank Kreith , “Solar Energy Hand Book “.

6. N. Chermisinogg and Thomes , C. Reign , “Principles and

Application of solar Energy ”.

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DRAFT

3 1 0

Unit 1

An Overview: Brief survey of methods of power generation. Hydro thermal

nuclear solar and wind etc. Dependence of instrumentation on the method of

power generation thermal power plants general structures, pulverization and

burners fans dampers and actuators super heaters stern traps- Economizer

Recirculator and regenerators, Cooling towers feed water generators Turbine

cooling system radiation detectors.

Unit 2

Control loops and inter and Annunciation systems: combustion control of main

header, pressure, air, fuel ratio control furnance draft and excess control drum

level (three element control) main and re heat systems temperature control, burner

tilting up bypass damer super heater Spray and gas re circulation controls, hot

well level control inter lock – MFT Turbine trip conditions pulverizer control.

Unit 3

Turnine monitoring and control : condenser vaccum control gland steam exhaust

pressure control speed vibration shell temperature monitoring lubricanting oil

temperature control hydrogen generator cooling system.

Unit 4

Analysis in power plant : Thermal conductive type paramagnetic type oxygen

analyzer, hydrogen purity meter chromatography PH meter fact analyzer,

pollution monitoring and control

Unit 5

Computer in power plant: load dispatching computer generation station computer

mini computer and supervisory.

Textbooks:

1. El wakil, MM, power plant technology, Mc Graw hill.1984

2. Richard Delezal and ludrik Varcop, Process Dynamics Automatic Control of

steam Generation plant, Elevier Pulishing Co Amesternam 1972

Reference books:

3. J Balsubramnian and RK Jain Modern power plant engineering, Khanna

Publisher, New Delhi 1987

4. Stephen Michael Elonka & antomy Lawerence kohal / standard Boiler operation,

question and answer TMH

5. Modern power station practice Vol 6: Instruction Control and testing pergaman press

oxford.1971.

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3 1 0

1. Introduction

Solid state controlled electric drive Concept, elements and salient features; power

converter motor system, closed loop control of electric drives, sensing of speed

and current, review of power converter circuits, performance parameter.

2. Control of D.C Drives

Control of d.c. separately and series excited motor drives using controlled

converters (single phase and three phase) and choppers, static ward Leonard

control scheme; power factor improvement; solid state electric braking schemes

closed loop control schemes.

3. Control of A.C motor Drives

Control of three phase induction motor drive using a.c voltage controllers, cyclo

converters, voltage source and current source inverters; concept of field oriented

control, slip power controlled slip ring induction motor drives; brushless dc motor

drive switched reluctant motor drive.

4. Microprocessor Control of Electric Drive:

Functions of microprocessor in electric drive control, salient features of

microprocessor control, microprocessor based control schemes for dc induction

and synchronous motor drive, application.

Textbooks:

1. GK Dubey “Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives” Prentice Hall international.

2. JMD Murphy and IG Turnbull, “ Power Electronic Control of ac Motors”

3. BK Bose, “Power Electronics and ac drives”. Prentice Hall International

Reference books:

4. SB Dewan and GR Slemon and A Straughen, “Power Semiconductor Drives”

Wiley Interscience.

5. V. Subrahmanyam.” Thyristor Control of Electric Motors” Tata Mc Graw Hill.

6. PC “ Thyristor de Drives” Willey International.

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DRAFT

3 1 0

Unit 1

Introduction to Digital signal processing: Fourier and Z transform

Multidimensional sequences, Image digitizing, display, image processing

software’s, Histograms point operations.

Unit 2

Introduction to algebric operations, filtering: convolution, optional filter design

data processing, computing truncation, optics and system analysis diffraction

limited optical system abbreviations.

Unit 3

Application: Image restoration, Approaches andd models, image segmentation

segmented image structure.

Unit 4

Measurement and classification of size, shape measurements, feature selection

classification, three dimensional image processing, optical sectioning.

Unit 5

CAT, steriometric ranging, stereoscopic image display, shaded surface display.

Textbooks:

1. Kenneth R. Castleman, digital image processing , PHI

2. Oppenheim and Schaffer, Discrete time signal processing, PHI

Reference books:

4. Milan Sonka, Vaclav Hlavac, Roger Boyle, Image Processing analysis and

Machine Vision, Vikas Publishing house.

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DRAFT

3 1 0

Energy state functions, basic principles of electromechanical energy conversion general

expressions of generated voltage and foree, torque; basic modeling of electrical machines

from coupled circuit point of view; techniques of transformations, general volt ampere

and torque equations under stationary and rotating reference frames; instantaneous

symmetrical components and generalized operational equivalent circuits space vector

concepts.

Modeling of DC Machines:

Analysis under monitoring and generating simulation for transient and dynamic

conditions voltage build up in generators, effects of lad change run up and

dynamic operations of motors under different excitations, response under load

change reversal and braking.

Modeling of Synchronous Machines:

D q transformations fixed to field structure steady state and dynamic equations,

phasor diagram for cylindrical rotor and salient pole machine, electromagnetic

and reluctant torques response under short circuit conditions, subtransient ,

transient and steady state condition simulation of vector controlled synchronous

motors, computer simulation using mathematical software.

Modeling of Induction Machines:

Equations under stationary and rotating reference frames, derivation of equivalent

circuits correlation of inductances, runup transients, dynamic under load change,

speed reversal and braking; computer simulation to predict dynamic response.

Simulation of induction motors under soft start; VVVF and vector controlled

drives. Unbalanced and asymmetrical operations, symmetrical components and

rotating field theory modeling and simulation of single phase motors.

motors.

Development of Computer Software using latest simulation tools to predit the

behaviousr of different machines

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Textbooks:

1. Bernard Adkins,” the general theory of electrical machines” Chapman and Hall

Ltd.

2. Paul C Krause, “ Analysis of Electric Machinery:, Mc Graw hill.

Reference books:

4. D.C white and HH Woodson,” Electromechanical Energy Conversion” MC Graw

Hill.

5. I.P Kopylov,” Mathematical Models of Electric Machines:, Mir Publisher.

DRAFT

L T P

3 1 0

Unit 1

Steady state and dynamic problems in AC system Flexible AC transmission

system (FACTS) (4)

Principles of series and shunt compensation. Description of static variable

compensators (SVC) thyristor controlled seres compensators (TCSC) (5)

Unit 2

Static phase shifter (SPS) static condenser (STATCON). Static sybchronous series

compensator (SSSC) and unified power flow controller (UPFC)

Unit 3

Modeling and Analysis of FACTS controllers, Control strategies to improve

system stability.

Unit 4

Power quality problems in distribution system, harmonies, harmonies creating

loads, modeling, harmonic propogation series and parallel resonances, harmonic

power flow.

Unit 5

Mitigation of harmonic filters, passive filters, active filters, shunt series hybrid

filters voltage sags and swells, voltage flicker. Mitigation of power quality

problems using power electronic conditioners. IEEE standards.

Textbooks:

1. GT Heydt, Power quality, Stars in a circle publications, Indiana 1991.

2. T.J.E Miller, Static Reactive Power Compensation, John Willey and sons, New

York 1982.

62

DRAFT

3 1 0

Unit-1

1. Need for quality and reliability : Their importance particularly in the present

context. Types of failure analysis. (6)

Unit-2

2. Mathematically distributions : Applicable in Quality and Reliability.

Reliability analysis methods for configuration of systems. (8)

Unit-3

3. Reliability prediction and allocation : Redundancy technique and their practical

implementation . Testing for quality and reliability . (8

Unit-4&5

4. Quality assurance tools and their application : Reliability and quality vis-à-vis

Economics . Maintainability and availiability . Management of quality and relibiality

.Application of quality and reliability concepts to hardware and software . (16)

Textbooks:

1. E. Balaguruswamy, Reliability Practice, Prentice Hall of India .

2. K. K. Aggarwal , Realiability Engineering , Kluwer Academic , Publishers ,

1995 .

Reference book:

3. James R . Evans . & J .W. Dean , Total Quality-Management , Organization

and strategy. , Thomson Asia Pvt. Ltd .

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DRAFT

3 1 0

Unit 1

Human anatomy and physiology: Bioelectric potentials leads and electrodes,

Transducers for biological applications, Biomaterials.

Unit 2

Monitors and Recorders: Biopotential, amplifiers, recorders, monitors,

Galvanometric potentionmetric, ultra violet, electrostatic, ink jet recorders, video

monitors, colour printers, Electro physiological recorders, ECG working

principles and clinical application.

Unit 3

Nervous system measurement: Anatomy of Nervous system, neuronal

communication EPSP and IPSP, neuronal firing measurement EEG block diagram

various Rythms, EEG in diagnostics, EMG and applications.

Unit 4

Ophthalmology Instruments: Electro retinogram, electro oculogram,

Opthamoscope Tonometer for eye pressure measurement.

Unit 5

Therapeutic Instrumetns: doa thermy, defibrillator, cardiac pacemaker, stimulators

laser applications in machine, X rays production and use Tadiographich

Diagnosic and Theraputic, Film construction and processing, interaction with

body fundamentals of radiation, therapy.

Textbooks:

1. WF Ganong/ Revive of Medical Physiology / 8th Asian Ed/ Medical Publisher

1977

2. J.G. Webster ed/ medical instrumentation /Houghton Miffin, 1978

Reference book:

3. AM cook and JG Webster cds/Therapeutic Medical Devics/ PHI 1982.

64

DRAFT

3 1 0

Unit-1

1. Data transmission basics :

Review of Digital data analog modulation and digital formats . Data rates ,

Baud Rates, Channel capacity, Mediums for communication . Synchronous and

asynchronous data communication .

2. ISO-0SI model and TCP/IP model of network . Protocals and services .

Connection oriented and connectionless services, their interpretation at

different layers .

3. Data link layer design issues :

Services provided to network layer framing : necessity and techniques . Error

control feature and review of techniques . Flow contol : sliding window

protocols : Go back n , Selective repeat . Example Data link protocols : SLIP,

PPP .

Unit-2

4. Medium access sublayer in Broadcast channels . ALOHAS : analysis . CSMA

Protocols ,collision detection . Collision free protocols : binary countdown,

limited contection protocols : adaptive tree walk Compromise between high

load channel utilization and load delay .

Unit-3

5. Examples of IEEE 802.3, 802.4 , 802. 5, 802 .6 , LAN/MAN Framing,

medium , operation and M A C . 802. 3 performance. Switches . Fast Ethernet ,

bridges . 802. 2 : LLC, FDDI . Wireless LAN : IEEE 802.11 .

Unit -4

6. Network layer : services provided to transport layer . Routing algorithms :

Dijskra’s algorithm for shortest path, flooding flow based routing, distance

vector r control: leaky bucket & token bucket algorithms, congestion control in

virtual circuit subnets : choke packets , Internetworking . Internet, IP address ,IP

protocols basics .

Unit -5

7. Transport Layer : services provided to the upper layers Elements of Transport

protocols : Addressing , establishing and realising connection flow control and

buffering , multiphasing crash recovery . TCP & UDP .

8. Introduction to network security .

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Textbooks:

1. Tanenbam , Computer networks , PHI

2. Bertsekas & Gallager /Data Networks , PHI 2nd Ed.

Reference books:

3. Black , computer Networks :Protocols , Standards and Interfaces , PHI

2nd Ed .

4. William A. Shay , Understanding Data communications & Networks

Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.

5. Michael A Miller, Data & Network Communications , Vikas Publishing

House Pvt . Ltd.

DRAFT

0 0 12

Students should devote themselves to expedite progress of the project as soon as VIII

semester starts. They are supposed to finish project work latest by middle of April and

submit project report by the end of the April month. The assessment of performance of

students should be made at least twice in the semester. The students should present

project using overhead project or LCD projector in the end semester project examination.

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