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Course Title Differential Equations Course No, will be assigned. Specialization Mathematics Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3, Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective. Faculty Type New Modification, Pre requisite To take effect from. Submission date 21 07 2014 Date of approval by, Objectives. To provide an exposure to the theory of ODEs PDEs and the solution techniques. Contents of the Linear ordinary differential equations with constant coefficients method of variation of. course parameters Linear systems of ordinary differential equations 10. Power series solution of ordinary differential equations and Singular points. Bessel and Legendre differential equations properties of Bessel functions and Legendre. Polynomials 12, Fourier series 6, Laplace transforms elementary properties of Laplace transforms inversion by partial.

fractions convolution theorem and its applications to ordinary differential equations 6. Introduction to partial differential equations wave equation heat equation diffusion. equation 8, Textbooks 1 Simmons G F Differential Equations Tata McGraw Hill 2003. 2 Kreyszig E Advanced Engineering Mathematics Wiley 2007. References 1 William E Boyce and R C Diprima Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary. Value Problems John Wiley 8 Edn 2004, 2 Sneddon I Elements of Partial Differential Equations Tata McGraw Hill 1972. 3 Ross L S Differential Equations Wiley 2007, 4 Trench W Elementary Differential Equations http digitalcommons trinity edu mono. Course Title Engineering Mechanics Course No, will be assigned. Specialization Physics Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3, Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective.

Faculty Type New Modification, Pre requisite To take effect from. Submission date March 2014 Date of approval by, Objectives. In this course students will learn a basic knowledge of forces moments on the components of a. structure of engineering problems They will also learn to analyze forces and moments on a static. rigid body moments on between multiple static rigid bodies and internal forces moments in a static. rigid body This course will help the student to develop the ability visualize physical configurations. in terms of real materials constraints which govern the behavior of machine and structures. Contents of the Equivalent force systems free body diagrams degrees of freedom equilibrium equations analysis of. determinate trusses and frames properties of surfaces friction 10. Particle Dynamics equations of motion work energy and impulse momentum principles. Generalized coordinates Lagrangian mechanics 12, Rigid body dynamics plane kinematics and kinetics of rigid bodies including work energy and. impulse momentum principles single degree of freedom rigid body systems 10. Stresses and strains including thermal starin principal stresses and strains generalized Hooke s. Law free vibration of single degree of freedom systems 10. Textbook 1 F Beer R Johnston Vector mechanics for engineers statics and dynamics Tata McGraw Hill. References 1 Meriam J L and Kraige L G Engineering Mechanics Vol I Statics Vol 2 Dynamics. 2 H Goldstein Classical Mechanics Pearson Education 2011. 3 Kittle C Mechanics Berkley Physics Course Vol 1 Tata McGraw Hill 2008. Course Title Engineering Electromagnetics Course No. will be assigned, Specialization All Branches of UG Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3. Offered for UG Status Core Elective, Faculty Tapas Sil Type New Modification.

Pre requisite To take effect from, Submission date 21 07 2014 Date of approval by. Objectives, The objective of this course is to give an idea how the electromagnetic wave behaves This also. provides an understanding of theories of electrostatics magnetism and electrodynamics with their. applications It will enhance the problem solving capacity of the student. Contents of the Vectors an introduction Unit vectors in spherical and cylindrical polar co ordinates Concept of. course vector fields Gradient of a scalar field flux divergence of a vector Gauss s theorem. Continuity equation Curl rotational and irrotational vector fields Stoke s theorem 12. Electrostatics, Electrostatic potential and field due to discrete and continuous charge distributions boundary. condition Energy for a charge distribution Conductors and capacitors Laplaces equation Image. problem Dielectric polarization electric displacement vector dielectric susceptibility energy in. dielectric systems 10, Magnetostatics, Lorentz Force law Biot Savart s law and Ampere s law in magnetostatics Divergence and curl of B. Magnetic induction due to configurations of current carrying conductors Magnetization and bound. currents Energy density in a magnetic field Magnetic permeability and susceptibility 10. Electrodynamics, Electromotive force Time varying fields Faradays law of electromagnetic induction.

Self and mutual inductance displacement current Maxwell s equations in free space Boundary. condition propagation in linear medium Plane electromagnetic waves reflection and refraction. electromagnetic energy density Poynting vector 10, Textbook 1 W H Hayt and J A Buck Engineering Electromagnetics Tata McFraw Hill Education Pvt. References 1 Grifiths D J Introduction to Electrodynamics Prentice Hall 2007. 2 Purcell E M Electricity and Magnetism Berkley Physics Course V2 Tata McGraw Hill 20. 3 Feynman R P Leighton R B Sands M The Feynman Lectures on Physics Narosa Publish. ing House Vol II 2008 Hill 2008, 4 G B Arfken H J Weber and F E Harris Mathematical Methods for Physicists Academic. Press 2013, Course Title Computational Engineering. will be assigned, Specialization Computer Engineering Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3. Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective, Faculty Type New Modification.

Pre requisite To take effect from, Submission date March 2014 Date of approval by Senate. Objective The course introduces students to computer systems and organization and a higher level language. C to communicate with the system The student would be equipped with basic skillset required to. interact with the system create applications supporting a command line interface. Contents of the Introduction to computers breadth scope in engineering Computer organization basics. Problem solving strategies Higher level languages Program design and development. Phases of program development Basic programming constructs in C Data types in C. Input output statements Operators control structures in C Sequential Selection Repetition. Functions in C Function declaration definition Built and user defined functions Storage. classes and scope Recursive functions Arrays in C multidimensional arrays String. manipulations Library support 14, Introduction to pointers References Pointer Arithmetic Formatted input output User defined. data types File processing in C Sequential Random Dynamic Memory Allocation. Command Line Arguments Usable CLI based applications Non linear equations. Bisection Newton raphson methods 16, Textbook 1 Deitel P J and Deitel H M C How To Program Prentice Hall 7th Edn 2012. References 1 Kernighan Ritchie D The C Programming Language Prentice Hall 2 Edn. 2 Chapra S C and Canale R P Numerical Methods for Engineers McGraw Hill 2006. Basic Electrical and Electronics, Course Title Course No. Engineering will be assigned, Specialization Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3.

Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective, Faculty Type New Modification. Pre requisite To take effect from, Submission date 21 07 2014 Date of approval by. Objectives Learn how to develop and employ circuit models for elementary electronic components and circuit. analysis network theorems role of power flow and energy storage in electronic circuits step and. sinusoidal steady state response AC signal powers three phase circuits and loads and brief. introduction to diodes and BJTs, Contents of the, Electrical circuit elements voltage and current sources R C L M I V linear non linear active and. course passive elements inductor current and capacitor voltage continuity Kirchhoff s laws Elements in. series and parallel superposition in linear circuits controlled sources energy and power in elements. energy in mutual inductor and constraint on mutual inductance 7. Network analysis Nodal analysis with independent and dependent sources modified nodal analysis. mesh analysis notion of network graphs nodes trees twigs links co tree independent sets of. branch currents and voltages 6, Network theorems voltage shift theorem zero current theorem Tellegen s theorem reciprocity. substitution theorem Thevenin s and Norton s theorems pushing a voltage source through a node. splitting a current source compensation theorem maximum power transfer 8. RC and RL circuits natural step and sinusoidal steady state responses series and parallel RLC. circuits natural step and sinusoidal steady state responses 5. AC signal measures complex apparent active and reactive power power factor 2. Introduction to three phase supply three phase circuits star delta transformations balanced and. unbalanced three phase load power measurement two wattmeter method 5. Semiconductor diodes and application PN diodes rectifiers and filters clipping and clamping. circuits voltage multiplier circuits 5, Bipolar Junction Transistors DC characteristics CE CB CC configurations biasing load line 4.

Textbook 1 Hayt W W Kemmerly J E and Durbin S M Engineering Circuits Analysis Tata McGraw. 2 Boylestad R Nashelsky L Electronic Devices Circuit Theory Pearson Education 2009. References 1 Hughes Edward Electrical Electronic Technology Pearson Education 2007. 2 Hambley A Electrical Engineering Principles and Applications International Version. Pearson Education 4 Edn 2007, 3 Alexander C K Mathew N O Sadiku Fundamentals of Electrical circuits Tata McGraw. Course Title Science and Engineering of Materials Course No. will be assigned, Specialization Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3. Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective, Faculty Type New Modification. Pre requisite To take effect from, Submission date March 2014 Date of approval by. Objectives The objective of this course is to provide a basic conceptual understanding of crystal structure and its. relevance in classification of different materials based on their properties. The engineering of structure of different materials and development of natural and man made. materials with their applications would also be discussed. Contents of the Crystal structure defects crystallographic planes directions slip deformation mechanical behaviour. course and strengthening mechanisms 10, Electrical electronic magnetic properties of materials property management and case studies alloys.

steel aluminum alloys 6, Polymeric structures polymerization structure property relationships processing property. relationships 6, Natural and manmade composites processing properties applications 6. Ceramics manufacturing and properties applications 4. Environmental degradation of engineering materials 4. Introduction to Nano Bio Smart and Functional materials 4. Textbook 1 Callister s Materials Science and Engineering 2nd ED Adapted by R Balasubramaniam 2010. ISBN 13 978 8126521432 Wiley India Ltd, 2 V Raghavan Materials Science and Engineering A First Course 5th Ed 2004 PHI India. References, 1 Donald R Askeland K Balani The Science and Engineering of Materials 2012 Cengage. Course Title Concepts in Engineering Design Course No. will be assigned, Specialization Design Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3.

Offered for UG DD Status Core Elective, Faculty Type New Modification. Pre requisite To take effect from, Submission date March 2014 Date of approval by. Objectives The purpose of this course is to introduce to the undergraduate student the fundamental. principles of Engineering Design which is very important and relevant in the context of todays. engineering professionals The course will be generic to all engineering disciplines and will. not require specialized preparation or prerequisites in any of the individual engineering. disciplines Case studies from field situations and real products will be used to illustrate. these principles, Contents of the Design Conceptualization and Philosophy Original Adaptive Variant and Re Design. Evolution of Concept Need for Systematic design Past methods of and design. Product life cycle Innovation Types of innovation, Needs and opportunities Vision and Mission of a concept Type of needs Technology S curve. Need analysis market analysis and competitive analysis Kano Diagrams SWOT analysis. Conceptualization techniques Idea generation ideation brainstorming Trigger session. Brain writing Mind maps SCAMPER TRIZ Biommicry Shape mimicry Familiarity Matrix. Concepts screening Concept testing exploratory tests Assessment tests Validation tests. Comparison tests Case studies, Organization of design concept and design methods Engineering Design Descriptive and.

prescriptive model Design decisions and development of design. Group work and case studies, Textbook 1 Otto K and Wood K Product Design Pearson Education 2001. 2 Pahl G and Beitz G Engineering Design Springer 1996. References, 1 Ullman D G The Mechanical Design Process McGraw Hill 1997. Course Title English for Communication Course No, will be assigned. Specialization Humanities Structure LTPC 2 0 0 2, Offered for UG and DD Status Core Elective. Faculty Type New Modification, Pre requisite To take effect from.

Submission date March 2014 Date of approval by, Ob. Syllabus of B Tech Computer Engineering M Tech Computer Engineering C ED for 1st and 2nd Semesters According to 22nd and 23rd Senate meeting minutes Course Title Calculus Course No w ill be assigned Specialization Mathematics Structure LTPC 3 0 0 3 Offered for UG amp DD Status Core Elective Faculty Type New Modification Pre requisite To take effect from Submission date 21 07 2014