EN010401 Engineering Mathematics III

Objectives: Apply standard methods of mathematical &statistical analysis
MODULE 1 Fourier series (
12 hours)
Dirichlet conditions – Fourier series with period 2 π
and 2l – Half range sine and cosine series – Harmonic Analysis – r.m.s Value
MODULE 2 Fourier Transform ( 12
hours)
Statement
of Fourier integral theorem – Fourier transforms – derivative of transforms
convolution theorem (no proof) – Parsevals identity
MODULE 3 Partial
differential equations (
12 hours)
Formation
by eliminating arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions – solution of
Lagrange’s equation – Charpits method
–solution of Homogeneous partical differential equations with constant coefficients
MODULE 4 Probability
distribution (
12 hours)
Concept
of random variable , probability distribution – Bernoulli’s trial – Discrete
distribution – Binomial distribution – its mean and variance fitting of
Binominal distribution – Poisson distribution as a limiting case of Binominal
distribution – its mean and variance – fitting of Poisson distribution –
continuous distribution Uniform distribution – exponential distribution – its
mean and variance – Normal distribution – Standard normal curve its properties
MODULE 5 Testing
of hypothesis (
12 hours)
Populations
and Samples – Hypothesis – level of significance – type I and type II error –
Large samples tests – test of significance for single proportion, difference of
proportion, single mean, difference of mean – chi –square test for
variance F test for equality of
variances for small samples
References
1. Bali& Iyengar – A text books
of Engg. Mathematics – Laxmi Publications Ltd.
2. M.K. Venkataraman – Engg.
Mathematics vol II 3^{rd} year part A & B – National Publishing Co.
3. I.N. Sneddon – Elements of
partial differential equations – Mc Graw Hill
4. B.V. Ramana – Higher Engg.
Mathematics – Mc Graw Hill
5. Richard A Johnson – Miller
Fread’s probability & Statistics for Engineers Pearson/ PHI
6. T. Veerarajan – Engg. Mathematics
– Mc Graw Hill
7. G. Haribaskaran – Probability,
Queueing theory and reliability Engg. – Laxmi Publications
8. V. Sundarapandian  probability
,Statistics and Queueing theory – PHI
9. H.C.Taneja – Advanced Engg.
Mathematics Vol II – I.K.International
10. A.K.MukhopadhyayMathematical Methods For Engineers and
PhysicistsI.K.International
EN010 402(ME): Principles of Management
(Common with EN010 502(ME))
Objectives
·
To develop an understanding of different functional areas of
management.
·
To understand the functions and duties an individual should perform
in an organisation.
Module I (12 hours)
Management Concepts: Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of
managementMBO Scientific management Functions of management Planning
Organizing Staffing Directing Motivating Communicating Coordinating
Controlling Authority and Responsibility Delegation Span of control
Organizational structure Line, Line and staff and Functional relationship.
Module II (12 hours)
Personnel Management: Definition and concept Objectives of
personnel management Manpower planning Recruitment and Selection of manpower
Training and development of manpower Labour welfare Labour turnover Quality
circle Industrial fatigue Industrial disputesMethod of settling disputes
Trade unions.
Module III (12 hours)
Production management: Objectives and scope of production
management Functions of production department production management frame
work product life cycleTypes of production Production procedure Project
planning with CPM and PERT Basic concepts in network.
Module IV (12 hours)
Financial Management:
Objectives and Functions of Financial Management Types of Capital Factors
affecting working capital Methods of financing.
Cost Management:
Elements of cost Components of cost Selling Price of a product.
Module V (12 hours)
Sales and Marketing Management: Sales management Concept
Functions of sales department Duties of sales engineer Selling concept and
Marketing concept Marketing Definition and principles of marketing Marketing
management and its functions Sales forecasting Pricing Advertising Sales
promotion Channels of distribution Market research.
EI010
403 Signals and Systems
(Common to AI 010403 and EC010 403)
Teaching scheme Credits:
4
2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week
2 hours lecture and 2 hours tutorial per week
Objectives
·
To study the methods of analysis
of continuous time and discrete time signals and systems to serve as a foundation for further study on
communication, signal processing and control
Module I (12 hrs)
Classification of signals: Continuous time and Discrete time, Even and Odd , Periodic and Nonperiodic , Energy and Power – Basic operations on signals: Operations performed on the dependent variable , operations on the independent variable: Shifting , Scaling – Elementary Discrete time and Continuous time signals: Exponential , Sinusoidal , Step , Impulse , Ramp – Systems: Properties of Systems: Stability, Memory, Causality, Invertibility, Time invariance, Linearity – LTI Systems: Representation of Signals in terms of impulses – Impulse response – Convolution sum and Convolution integral – Cascade and Parallel interconnections – Memory, Invertibility, Causality and Stability of LTI systems – Step response of LTI systems – Systems described by differential and difference equations (solution by conventional methods not required)
Module II (12 hrs)
Fourier analysis for continuous time signals and systems: Representation of periodic signals: Continuous Time Fourier Series – convergence of Fourier series – Gibbs phenomenon – Representation of aperiodic signals: Continuous Time Fourier Transform – The Fourier Transform for periodic signals – Properties of Fourier representations – Frequency Response of systems characterized by linear constant coefficient differential equations
Module III (12 hrs)
Fourier analysis for discrete time signals and systems: : Representation of periodic signals: Discrete Time Fourier Series – Representation of aperiodic signals: Discrete Time Fourier Transform – The Fourier Transform for periodic signals – Properties of Fourier representations – Frequency Response of systems characterized by linear constant coefficient difference equations
Module IV (12 hrs)
Filtering: Frequency domain characteristics of ideal filters – Time domain characteristics of ideal LPF – Nonideal filters – First and Second order filters described by differential and difference equations – Approximating functions: Butterworth, Chebyshev and elliptic filters (Magnitude response only) – Sampling: The sampling theorem – Reconstruction of a signal from its samples using interpolation – Aliasing
Module V (12 hrs)
Bilateral Laplace Transform – ROC – Inverse – Geometric evaluation of the Fourier transform from polezero plot – Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using Laplace Transform – The Z Transform – ROC – Inverse – Geometric evaluation of the Fourier Transform from polezero plot – Properties of Z transform  Analysis and characterization of LTI systems using ZTransform
References:
1) A
V Oppenheim, A S Willsky and S H
Nawab, Signals and Systems, PHI
2) S Haykin, and B V Veen, Signals and Systems, Wiley
3) B P Lathi, Signal Processing and Linear Systems, OUP
4) E W Kamen, and B Heck, Fundamentals of Signals and Systems using the web and Matlab, Pearson
5) Luis F Chaparro , Signals
and Systems Using MATLAB, Elsevier
6) R E Ziemer, and W H Tranter, Signals and Systems, Pearson.
7) R A Gabel and R A Roberts, Signals and Linear Systems, Wiley
EI010 404: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
(Common
to AI010404 , EC010404 and IC010404)
Objectives
• To Work with a variety of number systems and numeric representations,
including signed and unsigned binary, hexadecimal, 2’s complement.
• To introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and show the correlation between Boolean expression.
• To introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean expressions.
• To outline the formal procedures for the analysis and design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits.
• To introduce basic postulates of Boolean algebra and show the correlation between Boolean expression.
• To introduce the methods for simplifying Boolean expressions.
• To outline the formal procedures for the analysis and design of combinational circuits and sequential circuits.
Module I (12hours)
Positional
Number System: Binary, Octal, Decimal, Hexadecimal number system, Number base
conversions, complements  signed magnitude binary numbers  Binary Arithmetic
addition, subtraction  Binary codes Weighted, BCD, 8421, Gray code, Excess 3
code, ASCII, Error detecting and correcting code, parity, hamming code.
Boolean
postulates and laws with proof, DeMorgan’s Theorems, Principle of Duality,
Minimization of Boolean expressions, Sum of Products (SOP), Product of Sums
(POS), Canonical forms, Karnaugh map
Minimization, Don’t care conditions
Module II (12 hours)
Digital Circuits: Positive and Negative
logic, Transistor transistor logic, TTL with totem pole, open collector and tri
state output, Emitter coupled logic – basic ECL inverter, NMOS NOR gate, CMOS
inverter, NAND and NOR, Gate performance parameters – fan in, fan out,
propagation delay, noise margin, power dissipation for each logic,
characteristics of TTL and CMOS, subfamilies of TTL and CMOS.
Module III (12 hours)
Introduction
to Combinational Circuits: Basic logic gates, Universal gates, Realization of
Boolean functions using universal gates, Realization of combinational
functions: addition – half and full adder – n bit adder – carry look ahead
adder, subtraction, comparison, code conversion, and decoder, encoder,
multiplexer, demultiplexer, parity checkers, and parity generator.
Introduction to Sequential Circuits: latches, timing, Flip
Flops, types, characteristic equations, excitation tables, Realization of one flip flop
using other flip flops.
Module IV (12 hours)
Application
of flip flops as bounce elimination switch, register, counter and RAM, Binary
ripple counter, synchronous binary counter, Design of modulo ‘n’ synchronous
counter, up/down counters,
Shift registers
– SISO, SIPO, PISO, PIPO, bidirectional shift register and universal register,
counters based on shift registers
Module V (12 hours)
Hazards in combinational
circuits: Static hazard, dynamic hazard, essential hazards, hazard free
combinational circuits.
Introduction
to programmable
logic devices: PLA block diagram, PAL – block diagram,
registered PAL, Configurable PAL, GAL  architecture, CPLD – classification
internal architecture, FPGA  architecture, ASIC – categories , full custom and
semi custom.
Reference Books
1.
Donald D Givone, Digital
Principles and Design, Tata McGraw Hill, 2003.
2.
G K Kharate, Digital
Electronics, Oxford university press, 2010
3.
Ronald J Tocci, Digital Systems, Pearson Education, 10^{th} edition 2009.
4.
Thomas L Floyd, Digital Fundamentals, Pearson Education, 8^{th} edition,
2003.
5.
Donald P Leach, Albert Paul Malvino, Digital Principles and Applications, Tata McGraw Hill 6^{th} edition, 2006.
6.
Charles H.Roth, Fundamentals of
Logic Design, Thomson Publication Company 5^{th} edition, 2004.
7.
Milos Ercegovac,
Introduction to Digital Systems, Wiley India, 2010
8.
Moris mano, Digital
Design, PHI, 3^{rd} edition, 2002.
9.
Anada kumar, Fundamentals
of Digital Circuits, PHI, 2008.
10.
Brain Holdesworth, Digital Logic Design, Elsevier, 4^{th} edition, 2002.
EI010 405 Electronic
Instrumentation
Teaching scheme Credits: 4
3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week
Objectives
1. To equip the students
to apply all types of common electrical and electronic instruments with the
knowledge about the construction and working of the instruments.
2. To provide the
details of various electronic instruments which are used to measure current,
voltage, power, energy, resistance, capacitance and inductance.
3. To introduce the
construction and working of different types of ammeters, voltmeters and
bridges.
4. A
clear idea has been given about digital electronic instruments which are used
to measure voltage, frequency, period, total count etc.
5. An exposure is given
to the student about signal generation, display and recording devices which
help in analysing and displaying the data.
Module 1 (12
Hours)
Measurement of electrical
parameters: Types of ammeters and
voltmeters – Principle of operation , construction and sources of errors and
compensation of d’Arsonval galvanometers PMMC Instruments – Moving Iron
Instruments – Dynamometer type Instruments – Rectifier type ammeters and volt
meters.
Electro dynamic type Watt meter
Single phase induction type Energy meters. Calibration of Wattmeter and Energy
meters.
Module 2 (12 Hours)
Resistance measurement::
Measurement of low, medium and high resistance
Wheatstone bridge, Kelvin double bridge, series and shunt type Ohm
meter Meggar –Earth resistance measurement.
Measurement of Inductance and
capacitance: Maxwell Wein bridge, Hay’s bridge and Anderson bridge  Campell
bridge –Owen’s bridge Measurement of
capacitance: Schering bridge .
Module 3 (12 Hours)
Analog meters :– DC volt meters chopper amplifier type – peak responding volt meter true RMS
volt meter Vector voltmeter calibration
of DC instrument Ammeters – Multi meter – Power meter – Qmeter .
Digital Instruments : Digital method
for measuring frequency, period – Phase difference – Pulse width – Time
interval, Total count. Digital voltmeter –– DMM – Microprocessor based DMM
Digital tacho meter Digital ph meter.
Module 4 (12 Hours)
Signal generators
and analyzers : Sine wave generator – Sweep frequency generator, Pulse
and square wave generator – Function generator – Wave analyzer – Applications –
Harmonic distortion analyzer – Spectrum analyzer – Applications – Audio
Frequency generator – Noise generator.
Module 5 (12 Hours)
Display and Recording devices : Cathode Ray Oscilloscope –
Classification  Sampling and storage scopes Digital Storage Osilloscope
(DSO) Typical measurements using CRO Probes for CRO Applications of CRO.
Display devices: Classification
of Displays LED LCD Seven segment and dot matrix displays – Typical uses of
display devices
Recorders: Strip chart recorders
Galvanometric recorders Null type recorders Circular chart recorders XY
recorders – UV recorderMagnetic tape recorders –Digital waveform recorders FM
recorders Data loggers Printers.
Text Books
1. Kalsi H.S., “Electronic Instrumentation”, 2^{nd}
Edition, Tata McGrawHill Company.
2. Sawhney
A.K, “A course in Electrical and Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation”,
Dhanpat Rai and Sons.
Reference Books
1. Albert D. Helfrick & William D.
Cooper, ‘Modern Electronic Instrumentation & Measurement Techniques’,
Prentice Hall of India.
2. B.M.Oliver and J.M.cage, ‘Electronic
Measurements & Instrumentation’, McGraw Hill International Edition.
3. Joseph. J. Carr, ‘Elements of Electronic Instrumentation
& Measurements’, Pearson Education.
4. D. A. Bell, ‘Electronic Instrumentation and
Measurements’, Prentice Hall of India.
5. Rajendra Prasad, ‘Electrical Measurements and
Instrumentation’, Khanna Publishers,
6. B.R. Gupta, ‘Electronics and Instrumentation’, S. Chand
Co. (P) Ltd., Delhi
EI010
406 Electronic Devices and Circuits II
Teaching scheme Credits:
4
3 hours lecture and 1 hour tutorial per week
Objectives
1. To study the working, analysis and
design of RC coupled and FET amplifiers.
2. To get an idea about feed back
amplifiers and oscillators.
3. To familiarize with different types
of amplifier circuits.
4. To have an adequate knowledge in
multivibratotrs and power amplifiers.
Module 1 (12 Hours)
Transistor amplifiers: RC coupled amplifier—Working—Analysis and
design –Frequency response—Band width.
FET amplifier: FET
biasing—Analysis and design –FET common source amplifier—FET source
follower—Comparison of FET with BJT.
Module 2 (12 Hours)
Feedback amplifiers: Negative and positive feedback  Different
types of negative feedback amplifier  Voltage shunt  Voltage series  Current
shunt  Current series
Oscillators: Condition for oscillation  BarkHausen criteria RC oscillators –RC
phase shift—Wienbridge LC oscillators  Hartley , Colpitts , Clapp, Crystal
oscillator .
Module 3 (12 Hours)
Amplifier circuits: Emitter
follower Darlington emitter follower Cascade amplifier Cascode amplifier
Difference amplifier Tuned amplifier Principle Single tuned and double tuned
amplifiers Frequency response Applications (no analysis) Multi stage
amplifiers Frequency response.
Module 4 (12 Hours)
Multi vibrators: Analysis and
design of Astable, Monostable and Bistable multi vibrators.
–Applications—Schmitt trigger—Working Design. –Sweep generator Voltage and
current sweeps Time base generators Miller and boot strap sweeps
Applications.
Module 5 (12 Hours)
Power amplifiers: Classification Class A , Class B; Class AB, Class C and
class D. Transformer coupled class AB Power amplifier  Transformer less class
AB Push pull Power amplifier complementary symmetry power
amplifierHarmonic distortion in Power amplifiers Transistor rating Heat
sinks Switching amplifiers .
References:
1. Boylsted
and Nashelsky, “Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory”, Prentice Hall of
India
2. Millman
and Halkias, “Electronic Devices and Circuits”, Tata McGraw– Hill,
3. Floyd,
T.L, “Electronic Devices” 6th Edition, Pearson Education,
4. Millman
and Halkias, “Integrated Electronics”, McGrawHill,
5. J B
Gupta, “Electronic Devices and Circuits” , S K Kataria & Sons Pub.
6. Malvino,
“Electronic Principles”, Tata Mc Graw Hill.
EI010
407 Electronic Circuits Lab II
Teaching scheme Credits:
2
3
hours Practical
per week
1. Amplifying circuits
a) Design of RC coupled amplifier (with
and without feed back)gain and bandwidth.
b) Common source FET amplifier
2. Power
amplifiers: Design of class A, class B, class AB
3. Oscillators:
Design of RC phase shift, Wein bridge, Hartley& Colpitts
4. Design
and testing of Cascade amplifiers. –Frequency response
5. Design
and testing of Tuned amplifiers—Frequency response
6. Multivibrators;
Astable, Monostable, Bistable.
7. Schmitt
trigger
8. Design
of sweep generatorsSimple and Boot strap
9. SCR,
TRIAC circuits
10. Simulation
of above circuits using PSPICE, ISIS Proteus.
EI010 408 (S) Basic
Instrumentation Lab
Teaching scheme Credits: 2
3
hours Practical
per week
1) Measurement of L, C, R using bridges
2) Measurement of Earth resistance.
3) Construction
and testing of a digital frequency /phase meter
4) Construction
and testing of a digital volt meter gating circuit
5) Construction
and testing of a true RMS volt meter
6) Construction
and testing of a FET input volt meter
7) Construction
and testing of a multi range rectifier type volt meter and ammeter
8) Calibration of voltmeter and ammeter
using precision potentiometer
9) Calibration of wattmeter
10) Calibration of energy meter
11) Usage of Digital storage oscilloscope
12) Experimental verification of
Bernoulli’s theorem
13) Determination of Reynolds number
14) Calibration of Venturi meters
15) Calibration of Orifice meter
16) Calibration of Notches
17) Test to estimate frictional losses in
pipe flow.
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