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  • 1. eeLLeeaarrnniinngg SSooffttwwaarree SSoolluuttiioonnssiinnTTeecchhnniiccaall EEdduuccaattiioonnFFiirrsstt YYeeaarr EEnnggiinneeeerriinnggDDeettaaiill CCoonntteenntt LLiisstt ooff SSuubbjjeeccttssSoftTech Engineers Pvt. Ltd.Unit 5A, The Pentagon, Next to Pune-Satara Road Telephone Exchange,Shahu College Road, Pune - 411009, Maharashtra, IndiaPh: 020-24217676, Fax: 020-24218747,Email:eLearning@SoftTech-Engr.comWebsite: www.eLearning-SoftTech.com
  • 2. SoftTech Engineers Pvt. Ltd. have developed Multimedia based eLearning SoftwareSolutions for the First Year Engineering subjects. Applied / Engineering Mechanics (FYE01) Engineering Graphics/Drawing (FYE02) Elements of Mechanical Engineering (FYE03) Elements of Electronics Engineering (FYE04) Elements of Electrical Engineering (FYE05) Elements of Civil Engineering (FYE06) Workshop Technology (FYE07) Applied Chemistry (FYE08) Applied Physics (FYE09) Applied / Material Science- I (FYE10) Applied / Material Science- II (FYE11) Basics of Environmental Studies (FYE12) Communication Skills (FYE13) Computer Programming & Utilisation (FYE14) Engineering Mathematics – I (FYE15) Engineering Mathematics – II (FYE16) Engineering Mathematics – III (FYE17)
  • 3. Applied / Engineering Mechanics (FYE01)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about statics and dynamics in mechanics.ContentsStaticsIntroduction1. Types of body2. Force3. Resolution of a Force4. Law of Parallelogram5. Law of Triangle6. Lamis Theorem7. Transmissibility of Force8. Equilibrium of Collinear Forces9. Stable, Unstable & Neutral Equilibrium10. Resultant of Coplaner Force System11. Parallel Forces in a Plane12. Moment of a Force about a Point13. Varigons Theorem14. Applications of Varigons Theorem15. Beam & types of Beam16. Types of Load17. Types of Support18. Static Equilibrium for a Particle19. Free Body Diagram20. Beam DeflectionPin Jointed Plane Frames1. Introduction2. Analysis of Pin-Jointed Perfect Trusses3. Condition for Rigid or Perfect Truss4. Methods of Joint5. Methods of Section6. Frames7. Special Cases in Trusses
  • 4. Centre of Gravity & Moment of InertiaCG1. Definition2. Centroid of Uniform Lamina3. C.G. of Standard Figures4. Centroid of Triangular Lamina5. Centriod of Area of Circular Sector6. Centroid of Quarter Circle7. Centroid of Semi-Circle8. Centroid of a Composite Length of BentWire9. Centroid of Circular ArcMI1. Moment of Inertia of a Lamina2. Perpendicular Axis Theorem3. Parallel Axis Theorem4. M.I. of Rectangular Lamina5. Polar Moment of Inertia6. Square Lamina7. Rectangular Lamina with a Centrally Situated Rectangular Hole8. M.I. of Triangular Lamina9. M.I. of the elemental strip about x-x axis10. M.I. of the Whole Lamina about x-x axis11. Circular Lamina of Radius R12. M.I. of a Circular Lamina with a Centrally Situated Circular Hole13. M.I. of Semicircular Lamina14. M.I. of Quadrant15. Radius of Gyration of an Area16. Mass Moments of Inertia of Various BodiesFriction1. Definition2. Limiting Friction3. Laws of Dry Friction
  • 5. 4. Angle of Friction5. Cone of Friction6. Angle of Repose7. Belt Friction8. Screw Thread9. Screw Jack10. Wedge11. Screws12. Self-locking screwForces in Space1. Rectangular Components of a Force2. Position Vector3. Resultant of Concurrent Forces in Space4. Equilibrium of a Particle in Space5. Dot Product of Two Vectors6. Vector or Cross Product7. Moment of a Force8. Resultant of System of Parallel Forces9. Equilibrium of a System of Parallel Forces10. Non-concurrent, Nonparallel System11. Equilibrium of General System of Forces12. Reactions in 3 Dimensional StructuresDynamicsKinematics of Particles1. Introduction2. Speed and Velocity3. Displacement-Time Graphs4. Velocity-Time Graphs5. Acceleration-time graphs6. Classification of Rectilinear Motion of a ParticleKinetics of Particles1. Newtons First Law2. Newtons Law (D Alemberts Principle)
  • 6. 3. Work and Energy4. Work of a Constant Force in Rectilinear Motion5. Important Points about work of a Force6. Work of the Force of Gravity7. Work of the Force of Spring8. Energy of a Particle9. Principle of Work Energy10. Potential energy of gravity11. Potential energy of a spring12. Potential Energy (V)13. Conservative Forces14. Principle of Conservation of Energy15. Power16. Impact and Collision17. Impulse and MomentumKinematics of Rigid Bodies1. Plane Motion of Rigid Bodies2. Rotation3. Motion at constant angular acceleration4. Linear & Angular Velocity5. General Plane motion6. Instantaneous Centre of Rotation7. Location of Instantaneous CentreS. H. M. and Compound Pendulum1. Simple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M.)2. Pendulum Motion3. Mass Moment of InertiaKinetics of Rigid Bodies1. DAlemterts Principle2. Statement of Work-Energy Principle3. K.E. of a body Rotating about Fixed axis through C.G.4. Work-Energy relation for a rigid body5. Power of a couple6. Kinetic energy of a rigid body7. Potential Energy
  • 7. Engineering Graphics / Drawing (FYE02)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about engineering drawing basicconcepts, orthographic projections, isometric projections, interpretation of views, engineeringcurves and loci of points, projection of point, lines and planes, projection of solids, development ofsolids, intersection of solids, computer aided drafting.ContentsIntroduction1. Drawing Instruments2. General Suggestions3. Pinning the paper and using the working edge4. Sheet layout5. Types of lines6. Drawing lines7. Use of setsquare8. Working of Mini-drafter9. Lettering10. Dimensions11. Types of Scales12. Plain Scales13. Diagonal Scales14. Vernier scales15. Scale of chordsOrthographic Projection1. Introduction2. Principle planes of projection Planes of Projection3. Types of Sections Full section Half section Offset section Revolved section Removed section Broken section4. Orthographic Projection Principle plane Auxillary plane
  • 8. Isomatric Projection1. Introduction2. Isometric Drawing Isometric axes, lines, planes Isometric scale Isometric graph Drawing an object using graph Drawing Isometric cube Drawing Isometric circle Object with slopping surface Object with slot on sloping surfaceInterpretation of Views1. Introduction2. Reading of Views 1stobject 2ndobject 3rdobject 4thobject 5thobject3. Missing viewEngineering Curves and Loci of points1. Introduction2. Drawing an ellipse Rectangle oblong method Concentric circle method Arcs of circle method Diretrix focus method3. Drawing a parabola Diretrix focus method Rectangle method Tangent method4. Helix Cone method Cylinder method5. Drawing an involute Circle method Polygon method6. Drawing a cycloid7. Drawing a epicycloids8. Drawing Hypocycloid9. Drawing an archmedian spiral
  • 9. 10. Loci of points Circle Parallel line Arc Perpendicular bisector Straight line Crank mechanism Offset crank mechanismProjection of Point, Lines and Planes1. Introduction2. Types of Planes3. Projection of points First quadrant Third quadrant Vertical plane Horizontal plane Intersection of both planes4. Projection of lines5. Projection of inclined lines6. Traces of lines7. Distance of point From line From plane Distance between skew lines8. Perpendicular planes: Plane perpendicular to both the planes Tringle Pentagon Rectangle9. Perpendicular planes: Plane perpendicular one plane and parallel to other1. Perpendicular planes: Plane perpendicular to one plane & inclined to other. Pentagon Circle Square2. Angle between planesProjection of Solids1. Types of Solids2. Introduction3. Polyhydra Tetrahedron Cube Prism
  • 10.  Pyramids4. Solids of revolution Cylinder Cone Sphere5. Frustum of solids6. Axis perpendicular to the HP: Tetrahedron7. Axis perpendicular to the HP: Cube8. Axis perpendicular to the HP: Cone9. Axis perpendicular to the HP: Cylinder10. Axis perpendicular to the HP: Pyramid11. Frustum Solids Cone Square pyramid Pentagonal pyramid12. Axis inclined to both HP and VPDevelopment of Solids1. Introduction2. Development of surfaces Cylinder Cone Prism Pyramid3. Development of cut solids Cylinder Cone Prism Pyramid4. Pictorial view of solids from development Cylinder Prism ConeIntersection of Solids1. Introduction2. Intersection between cylinder and plane3. Intersection between cone and plane4. Intersection between prism and plane5. Intersection between square and plane6. Intersection between two cylinders7. Intersection between cone and cylinder8. Intersection between sphere and cylinder
  • 11. 9. Intersection between two prisms10. Intersection between cone and prismsComputer Aided DraftingGetting started with AutoCAD1. The X, Y co-ordinate system2. Angular Measurement3. Entering Points in AutoCAD4. More AutoCAD Basics5. Basic AutoCAD Terminology6. Drawing commands Drawing lines to exact points Modifying Commands Object Snaps Drawing example7. Selection tool Window selection tool Changing selection options Example8. Other commands Rotate Fillet Chamfer Array9. Text, dimensioning and the concept of layers Concept of layer Adding Text Dimensioning10. Direct Distance Entry11. Polar Tracking12. Object Snap Tracking13. Dynamic Input14. Modify Properties Match properties Changing layers15. Zooming and PanningIntermediate AutoCAD1. Computer Room Example2. Block command3. Drawing a room having angles4. Editing Attributes
  • 12. 5. Displaying Attributes6. Extracting Attributes7. Drawing title block8. Hatching9. Solid10. Working with text11. Formatting text styles12. Adding text to a drawing13. Multiline text14. Editing text15. Arc aligned text16. Spline command17. Revcloud command18. Layout19. Parametric constrain
  • 13. Elements of Mechanical Engineering (FYE03)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about basics of Mechanical engineering.ContentsIntroduction1. Prime Movers2. Classification of Steam Power Plants3. Components of a Modern Steam Power Plant4. Applications of Gas Turbine Plants5. Sources of Energy6. Types of Wind Mills7. Wind Electricity in Small Independent Grids8. Advantages & Limitations of Tidal PowerGeneration9. Flat Plate Collectors10. Low Temperature Thermal Power Generation11. Geothermal Power Plants12. Bio Gas13. Thermionic Conversion System14. Magneto hydrodynamics (MHD) System15. Electro Gas-Dynamic Generators (EGD)Fuels and Combustion1. Fuels2. Classification of Fuels3. Solid Fuels4. Liquid Fuels5. Gaseous FuelsProperties of Gases1. Introduction2. Equation of State3. Various Gas Processes4. Isochoric Process (Constant Volume Process)5. Isothermal Process6. Adiabatic Process
  • 14. 7. Polytropic ProcessProperties of Steam1. Various Conditions of Steam2. Properties of Steam3. Use of Steam Table4. Determination of Dryness FractionHeat Engines1. Heat Engines2. Rankine Cycle3. Rankine Cycle using superheated steam4. Modified Rankine Cycle5. Working Principles of Four Stroke Cycles6. Measurement of Frictional Power7. Efficiencies of Internal Combustion EngineSteam Boilers1. Boilers2. Classification of Boilers3. Selection of a Boiler4. Fire Tube Boilers5. Lancashire Boiler6. Babcock and Wilcox Water Tube Boiler7. High Pressure Boilers8. Advantages of High Pressure Boilers9. Advantages of a Benson Boiler10. Safety Fittings11. Control FittingsInternal Combustion Engines1. Introduction2. In addition to the Previous Nomenclature3. Types of Automobile Engines4. Working Cycles5. Use of Engines6. Applications
  • 15. 7. Merits & Demerits of Vertical & Horizontal Engines8. Four Stroke Spark Ignition Engine9. Valve Timing Diagram for Four Stroke Spark10. Four Stroke Compression Ignition Engine11. Two Stroke Cycle Engine12. Comparison of Two & Four Stroke Cycle EnginesSpeed Control1. Introduction2. Forces Acting Along Reciprocating Parts of Slider3. Turning Moment Diagrams for Double Acting4. Turning Moment Diagram for Internal Combustion5. Derivation for Energy Stored in Flywheel6. Types7. FunctionsPumps1. Introduction2. Classification of Pumps3. Pump Applications4. Components of a Centrifugal Pump ( C.F. Pump)5. Work done by Impeller on Water6. Various Heads & Efficiencies of a Centrifugal Pump7. Reciprocating & Special Pumps8. Working of Single Acting Reciprocating Pump9. Theoretical Discharge or Output of Pump10. Air Lift PumpAir Compressor1. Introduction2. Classification of Air Compressor3. Construction and Working of Air Compressors4. Two Stage Reciprocating Compressor5. Mechanical efficiency6. Multistaging of Air Compressor7. Need of Multistage Compression8. Advantages of Multistaging
  • 16. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning1. Introduction to Refrigeration2. Principles of Refrigeration3. Need of Refrigeration4. Methods of Refrigeration5. Concept of COP6. Refrigerants7. Freezing Point8. Commonly Used Refrigerants9. Concept of Ozone Layer10. Selection of Refrigerant11. Vapour Compression Cycle12. Multistage Vapour Compression Cycle13. Split Air ConditionerCoupling, Clutches and Brakes1. Shaft Coupling2. Requirements of a Good Shaft Coupling3. Sleeve or Muff-coupling4. Flange Coupling5. Types of Friction6. Laws of Friction7. Types of Bearing8. Single Plate Clutches9. Multi Plate Clutches10. Internal Expanding BrakeTransmission of Motion and Power1. Introduction2. Types of Belts3. Determination of Tension Ratio in Belt Drives4. Length of Belts5. Condition for Maximum Power Transmission6. Pulleys7. Classification of Chains8. Characteristics of Chain Drive
  • 17. 9. Classification of Gears10. Types of Gear Trains11. Types of Rolling Contact Bearings12. Types of Radial Ball Bearings13. Types of Roller BearingsTurning - Lathe Machines1. Introduction2. Classification of Machine Tools3. Specifications of Engine Lathe4. Tailstock (Loose Headstock)5. Three Jaw Self Centering Scroll Chuck6. Rake Angles on Cutting Tools7. Taper turning methods8. Change of gear trains for metric threadsMilling Machines1. Introduction2. Types of Milling Machine3. Principal Parts of Milling Machine4. Toolholding in the Horizontal MillingMachine5. Standard arbor6. Shank Counted Cutters7. Geometry of Milling Cutter8. Operation Performed on Milling Machine9. Accessories of Milling Machine10. Methods of Indexing11. Tool Holding Devices12. Types of Drilling Machine13. Radial Drilling MachineGrinding Machines1. Introduction2. Types, Construction and Operation3. Tool and Cutter Grinders
  • 18. 4. Internal Grinding Machines5. Surface Finishing Machines6. Making, Marking of Grinding7. Marking of Grinding Wheel8. Special Purpose Grinding Machine Tools9. Grinding Problems10. Safety PrecautionsKey Concepts of CNC1. Fundamentals of C.N.C2. Machine Components3. Understanding C.N.C. Motion Types4. The Form of Compensation5. The Importance of Program Formatting6. Methods for C.N.C. Programming7. The two most basic Operation Panels8. The Modes of Machine Operations9. The Key Sequences of Operation10. Verifying C.N.C. Programs SafelyControllable Machine Parts1. CNC Lathe and CNC Milling Machine2. Introduction3. Direct Measurement4. Work Spindle5. Tool Changers6. Rotation and other Feed Axes
  • 19. Elements of Electronics Engineering (FYE04)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about fundamentals of electronicsengineering.ContentsIntroduction1. Introduction2. Modern Trends in Electronics3. Communication & Entertainment Applications4. Measurement & Instruments Applications5. Defense Applications6. Applications in Medicine7. Passive Component8. Active Component9. IntroductionSemiconductor Theory1. Bohrs Atomic Model2. Silicon Orbits3. Energy Levels4. Energy Bands5. Important Energy Bands in Solid6. Classification of Solid & Energy Band7. Bonds in Semiconductor8. Effect of Temperature on Semiconductor9. Hole Current10. N type & P type SemiconductorRectifier Circuits1. P-N Junction Diode2. Properties of P-N Junction3. Biasing the P-N Junction4. Forward Biased P-N Junction5. Reverse Biased P-N Junction6. V-I Characteristic of a P-N Junction Diode
  • 20. 7. Types of Diodes8. Rectifier Circuits9. Comparison of RectifiersFilter Circuits1. Introduction to Filters2. Inductor Filters or Chock Filter3. Capacitor Filter4. LC Filter or Chock Input Filter5. P Filter or CLC Filter6. Half Wave voltage Doubler7. Full Wave Voltage Doubler8. Voltage Tripler & Quadrupler Circuits9. Comparison of Filter CircuitsZener Diode & Its Applications1. Zener Diode2. V - I Characteristics of Zener Diode3. Zener Diode Specifications4. Zener Diode Voltage Regulator5. Optimum Value of Current Limiting ResistorBipolar Junction Transistor1. Introduction2. Transistor Construction3. Unbiased Transistor4. Transistor Biasing5. Transistor Configuration6. Common Base Connection7. Characteristics of Common - Base Connection8. Common Emitter Connection9. Characteristics of Common Emitter Connection10. Common Collector Connection11. Commonly Used Transistor Connections12. Transistor as an Amplifier in CE Arrangement
  • 21. Field Effect Transistor1. Introduction2. Construction Details of N Channel JFET3. Working Principle of JFET4. Characteristics of JFET5. Transfer Characteristics6. Pinch off Voltage Vp7. JFET Parameters8. MOSFET9. Enhancement Type MOSFETTransistor Biasing & Stabilization1. Introduction2. Transistor Biasing3. Selection of Operating Point4. Methods of Transistor Biasing5. Stability Factor6. Hybrid Parameters7. Parameters of TransistorsTransistor Amplifiers1. Introduction2. Classification of Amplifiers3. Single Stage Transistor Amplifier4. Phase Reversal5. DC Load Line6. Bandwidth7. R-C Coupled Transistor Amplifier8. Transformer Coupled Amplifier9. Direct-Coupled AmplifierTransistor AF Power Amplifiers1. Introduction2. Performance Parameters3. Class A Amplifier4. Class B Amplifier5. Class AB Power Amplifier
  • 22. 6. Class C Power Amplifier7. Single Ended Power Amplifier8. Push Pull Amplifier9. Complementary Symmetry AmplifierOscilloscope1. Introduction2. Screens for CRTs3. Deflection Sensitivity4. Basic Principle5. Block Diagram of Oscilloscope6. CRT Connections7. Applications of CRO8. Vertical Deflection System9. Horizontal Deflecting System10. Triggered Sweep CRO11. Trigger Pulse Circuit12. Probes13. Measurement Using CRO14. Measurement of Phase Shift15. Dual Trace Oscilloscope16. Electronic Switch17. Synchronization of the SweepTransducers1. Electrical Transducer2. Selecting a Transducer3. Bimetallic Thermometer4. Thermocouples5. Pressure Measurement6. Bourdon Tubes7. Measurement of Flow8. Measurement of Level9. Capacitive Method10. Measurement of Displacement11. Pneumatic Flapper Nozzle Assembly
  • 23. Number Systems1. Introduction2. Binary Number System3. Positive & Negative Logic System4. Radix5. Binary to Decimal Conversion6. Decimal to Binary Conversion7. Hexadecimal Number System8. Hex to Binary and Binary to Hex Conversion9. Decimal to Hexadecimal Conversion10. Binary Addition and SubtractionLogic Gates1. Introduction2. Types of Gates3. ODD / EVEN Parity4. De-Morgans Theorems5. Half Adder and Full Adder6. Adder/SubtractorElectronic Counters1. Introduction2. Multi-vibrators3. Flip-Flops4. R-S Flip-Flop Using Gates5. Clocked D Flip-Flop6. Edge Triggering and Race Around Condition7. T and M/S JK Flip-Flop8. Asynchronous Counter Operation9. A 3-Bit Asynchronous Binary Counter10. Ring Counter11. UP/DOWN Synchronous Counter12. Serial IN/Serial OUT Shift RegistersComputer Fundamentals1. Block Diagram of a Computer2. Input Devices
  • 24. 3. Central Processing Unit4. Output Devices5. Address And Data Bus6. Semiconductor Memories7. RAMs8. Magnetic Disk (Hard Disks)9. Magnetic TapeData Communication Systems1. Introduction2. Communication Model3. Networks4. Network Criteria5. Mesh6. Star7. Tree8. Bus9. Ring10. Local Area Network LAN11. Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)12. Wide Area Network (WAN)13. Signaling Methods of LAN14. Manchester15. High Density Bipolar 316. Parallel Transmission17. Frequency Division Multiplexing18. Wave Division Multiplexing19. Modem20. InternetPreliminaries1. Programming2. Annotation3. CC Command Accepts4. Variable is a Symbolic Name5. Random Access Memory (RAM)
  • 25. 6. A string is a consecutive sequenceExpressions1. Introduction2. Arithmetic Operators3. Relational Operators4. Logical Operators5. Bitwise Operators6. Increment/Decrement Operators7. Assignment Operator8. Conditional Operator9. Comma Operator10. Operator Precedence11. Simple Type ConversionStatements1. Introduction2. Simple and Compound Statements3. The if Statement4. The switch Statement5. The while Statement6. The do Statement7. The for Statement8. The continue Statement9. The break Statement10. The goto Statement11. The return StatementFunctions1. Introduction2. A Simple Function3. Annotation4. Global and Local Scope5. Scope Operator6. Auto Variables7. Extern Variables and Functions
  • 26. 8. Symbolic Constants9. Enumerations10. Runtime Stack11. Inline Functions12. Recursion13. Default Arguments14. Variable Number of Arguments15. Command Line ArgumentsArrays, Pointers, and References1. Introduction2. Multidimensional Arrays3. Pointers4. Dynamic Memory5. Pointer Arithmetic6. Function Pointers7. ReferencesClasses1. Introduction2. Inline Member Functions3. A Set Class4. Constructors5. Destructors6. Friends7. Default Arguments8. Implicit Member Argument9. Scope Operator10. Member Initialization List11. Constant Members12. Static Members13. Object Arrays14. Class Scope15. Structures and Unions16. Bit Fields
  • 27. Elements of Electrical Engineering (FYE05)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about fundamentals of electricalengineering.ContentsSymbols and AbbreviationsFundamental Concepts of Electricity1. What is Electricity?2. Electrically Charged Particles3. Conductors and Insulators4. Brief Review of Fundamental Units5. Electrical Reference StandardsElectrostatic Fields1. Coulombs Law2. Force on a Concentrated Charge3. Electric Field Intensity due to a Point Charge at Rest4. Electric Field or Electric Flux Lines5. Electric Flux Density6. Electrostatic Potential and Work Done7. Electrostatic Potential8. Electrostatic Potential Due to a Point Charge q9. Potential Difference between Points A and B10. Electric Potential GradientElectric Circuits with a D. C. Charge1. Electrical Resistance2. Effect of Temperature on Resistance3. Electric Current and its Effects4. Chemical Effect5. Direction of Current in an Electric Circuit6. Simple Electric Circuits7. Ohms Law8. Electric Power and Energy9. Rating of Electrical Devices by Power
  • 28. 10. Energy11. D. C. Circuits Containing Resistance12. Series Circuits13. Kirchhoffs Law as Applied to Series Circuits14. Applications of Series Circuits15. Parallel Circuits16. Kirchhoffs Current Law as Applied to Parallel Circuits17. Series-Parallel Circuits or Compound Circuits18. Attenuators19. Distribution CircuitsResistance, Inductance & Capacitance in a Single Phase AC Circuit1. Circuit having a Resistance only2. Power in a Resistive Circuit3. Circuit having an Inductance only4. Inductive Reactance5. Power in an Inductive Circuit6. Circuit having a Capacitance only7. Capacitive Reactance8. Power in a Purely Capacitive CircuitElectrostatics1. Learning Objectives2. Static Electricity3. Absolute & Relative Permittivity of a Medium4. Laws of Electrostatics5. Electric Field6. Electrostatic Induction7. Electric Flux & Faraday Tubes8. Field Strength or Field Intensity (E)9. Electric Flux Density or Electric Displacement10. Gauss Law11. The Equations of Poisson and Laplace12. Electric Potential & Energy13. Potential & Potential Difference14. Potential at a Point
  • 29. 15. Potential of a Charged Conducting Sphere16. Equipotential Surfaces17. Potential & Electric Intensity Inside a Consulting Sphere18. Potential Gradient19. Breakdown Voltage & Dielectric Strength20. Safety Factor of a Dielectric21. Boundary ConditionsCapacitance1. Learning Objectives2. Capacitor3. Capacitance4. Capacitance of an Isolated Sphere5. Spherical Capacitor6. Parallel-plate Capacitor7. Special Cases of Parallel-plate Capacitor8. Multiple and Variable Capacitors9. Cylindrical Capacitor10. Potential Gradient in a Cylindrical Capacitor11. Capacitance between two Parallel Wires12. Capacitors in Series13. Capacitors in Parallel14. Cylindrical Capacitor with Compound Dielectric15. Insulation Resistance of a Cable Capacitor16. Energy stored in a Capacitor17. Force of Attraction between Oppositely-charged Plates18. Current-Voltage Relationships in a Capacitor19. Charging of a Capacitor20. Time constant21. Discharging of a Capacitor22. Transient Relations during Capacitor Charging Cycle23. Transient Relations during Capacitor Discharging Cycle24. Charging and Discharging of a Capacitor with Initial Charge
  • 30. Magnetic Circuits1. General2. Magnetic Field3. Magnetic Lines of Force4. Magnetic Circuit5. Definitions Concerning Magnetic Circuit6. Reluctance of a Composite Magnetic Circuit7. How to Find Ampere-turns?8. Comparison between Electric & Magnetic Circuits9. Parallel Magnetic Circuits10. Series Magnetic Circuit11. Series-Parallel Magnetic Circuits12. Magnetic Leakage & Fringing13. Magnetic Leakage14. Fringing15. Magnetisation Curves16. Magnetisation Curves by Ballistic Galvanometer17. Magnetisation Curves by Fluxmeter18. B-H curve19. Magnetic Hysteresis20. Hysteresis Loop21. Hyteresis Loss22. Kirchoffs Law23. Kirchoffs Second LawElectromagnetism1. Learning Objectives2. Absolute & Relative Permeabilities of a Medium3. Laws of Magnetic Force4. Magnetic Field Strength (H)5. Magnetic potential6. Flux per unit pole7. Flux Density (B)8. Absolute Permeability & Relative Permeability9. Intensity of magnetization (I)10. Susceptibility (K)
  • 31. 11. Relation between B, H, I and K12. Boundary Conditions13. Weber and Ewings Molecular Theory14. Curie Point15. Electromagnetism16. Amperes Work Law or Amperes Circuital Law17. Biot-Savart Law18. Applications of Biot-Savart Law19. Force Between Two Parallel Conductors20. Magnitude of Mutual Force21. Definition of AmpereElectromagnetic Induction1. Learning Objectives2. Relation between Magnetism & Electricity3. Production of Induced E.M.F. & Current4. Faradays Laws of Electromagnetic Induction5. Direction of Induced E.M.F. & Current6. Lenzs Law7. Induced E.M.F.8. Dynamically induced E.M.F.9. Statically Induced E.M.F.10. Self-inductanceInductance1. Introduction2. Self-Inductance of a Coil3. Mutual Inductance4. Coefficient of Coupling between Coils5. Inductance of Two Coils Connected in Series6. Inductance of Coils Connected in Parallel7. Inductances in Series8. Inductance in Parallel9. Energy Stored in an Inductor10. Transient Response of an Inductance11. Current Growth in an Inductive Circuit12. Current Decay in an Inductive Circuit
  • 32. Introduction to Energy Sources1. Introduction2. Wind Power Plants3. Tidal Power Plants4. Solar Power Plants5. Geothermal Power Plants6. Bio Gas Plants7. Direct Energy Conversion SystemsSub-Stations1. Introduction2. Sub-Station3. Transformer Sub-Stations4. Pole-Mounted Sub-Station5. Equipment in a Transformer Sub-Station6. Insulators7. Instrument transformers8. Bus-Bar Arrangements in Sub-Stations9. Terminal and Through Sub-Stations10. Key Diagram of 11kV/400V Indoor Sub-StationNetwork Equations1. Kirchoff’S Laws2. The Number of Network Equations3. Source Transformations4. Examples of the formulation of Network Equations5. Loop Variable Analysis6. Node Variable Analysis7. Determinants8. Duality9. State Variable AnalysisImpedance Functions and Network Theorems1. The Concept of Complex Frequency2. Transform Impedance and Transform Circuits3. Series & Parallel Combinations of Elements
  • 33. 4. Superposition And Reciprocity5. Thevenins Theorem & Nortons TheoremPolyphase Circuits1. Polyphase System2. Advantages of Three-Phase System3. Generation of Three-Phase Voltages4. Phase Sequence5. Inter Connection of Three-Phase Sources and Loads6. Star to Delta and Delta to Star Transformation7. Voltage, Current and Power in a Star Connected System8. Voltage, Current and Power in a Delta ConnectedSystem9. Three-Phase Balanced Circuits10. Three-Phase Unbalanced Circuits11. Power Measurement in Three-Phase CircuitsTransformer1. Learning Objectives2. Working Principle of a Transformer3. Transformer Construction4. Elementary Theory of an Ideal Transformer5. E.M.F. Equation of a Transformer6. Voltage Transformation Ratio (K)7. Transformer with Losses but no Magnetic Leakage8. Transformer on Load9. Equivalent Circuit10. Transformer Tests11. Open-circuit or No-load Test12. Short-Circuit or Impedance Test13. Regulation of Transformer14. Losses in a Transformer15. Efficiency of a Transformer16. Condition for Maximum Efficiency
  • 34. Transformer: Three Phase1. Three-Phase Transformer2. Three-phase Transformer Connections3. Star/Star or Y/Y Connection4. Delta-Delta or D-D Connection5. Wye/Delta or Y/D Connection6. Delta/Wye or D /Y Connection7. Open-Delta or V - V connection8. Power Supplied by V - V Bank9. Scott Connection or T - T Connection10. Three-phase to Two-phase Conversion and vice-versa11. Parallel Operation of 3-phase TransformersInductor & Transformer1. Introduction to Inductors2. Winding of Inductor Coils3. Specifications of Inductors4. Types of Inductors5. Frequency Response of an Inductor6. Transformer7. Core Construction8. Coil Construction9. Specifications of Transformer10. Structure of Transformer11. Impedance Ratio12. Types of Transformer and their Applications13. High Voltage Generation14. Losses in Transformer15. Shielding of TransformerInstrument Transformers1. Introduction2. Features of Dry Type Polycrete Instrument Transformers3. Current Transformer4. Salient Features of Oil Impregnated Paper Instrument Transformers
  • 35. 5. Standards and Approvals6. Salient Features of OIP IVT7. Capacitive Voltage Transformer-72.5kV to 420 kV8. Electromagnetic UnitInduction Motor1. Learning Objectives2. Classification of A.C. Motors3. Induction Motor: General principle4. Squirrel-cage Rotor5. Phase-wound Rotor6. Production of Rotating Field7. Three-phase Supply8. Why Does the Rotor Rotate?9. Slip10. Frequency of Rotor Current11. Relation Between Torque and Rotor Power Factor12. Starting Torque13. Starting Torque of a Slip-ring Motor14. Rotor E.M.F. and Reactance Under Running Conditions15. Torque Under Running Conditions16. Condition for Maximum Torque Under Running Conditions17. Rotor Torque and Breakdown Torque18. Relation Between Torque and Slip19. Effect of Change in Supply Voltage on Torque and Speed20. Effect of Changes in supply Frequency on Torque and Speed21. Full-load Torque and Maximum Torque22. Starting Torque and Maximum Torque23. Torque/Speed Curve24. Shape of Torque/Speed Curve25. Current/Speed Curve of an Induction Motor26. Torque/Speed Characteristic Under Load27. Plugging of an Induction Motor28. Induction Motor Operating as a Generator29. Complete Torque/Speed Curve of a Three-Phase Machine30. Measurement of Slip
  • 36. 31. Power Stages in an Induction Motor32. Torque Developed by an Induction Motor33. Torque, Mechanical Power and Rotor Output34. Induction Motor Torque Equation35. Synchronous Watt36. Variations in Rotor Current37. Testing of Induction Motors38. Testing for bearing troublesD. C. Motor1. Learning Objectives2. Motor Principle3. Comparison of Generator and Motor Action4. Significance of the Back e.m.f.5. Voltage Equation of a Motor6. Condition for Maximum Power7. Torque8. Armature Torque of a Motor9. Shaft Torque10. Speed of a D.C. Motor11. Motor Characteristics12. Characteristics of Series Motors13. Characteristics of Shunt Motors14. Compound Motors15. Performance Curves16. Comparison of Shunt and Series Motors17. Losses and Efficiency18. Power StagesUnits of Measurement & Instruments1. Introduction2. Fundamental, Supplementary, and Derived Units3. The most commonly used System of Units are4. Dimensions of a Physical Quantity5. Permanent Magnet Moving Coil Type6. D.C Ammeter
  • 37. 7. Extending of Ammeter Ranges8. Basic Meter as a D.C Voltmeter9. A.C Voltmeter Using Half Wave Rectifier10. Calibration of DC Instruments11. Calibration of the Series Type Ohm Meter12. Multimeter Operating Instructions13. Wattmeter (Output Power Meter)Cables, Connectors & Wires1. Introduction2. Characteristics of Cables3. Cables4. Types of Cables5. Types of Cable Sheaths Sheathed Cable6. Connectors7. Types of Connectors8. Wires9. Resistance Wires10. Twin Core-Multicore Wires11. Wire Sleevings12. Characteristics of Insulating MaterialsElectrical Wiring Installations1. Electrical Wires2. General Properties of Electrical Wires3. Types of Electric WiresIllumination1. Radiations from a Hot Body2. Definitions3. Calculation of Luminance4. Laws of Illumination or Illuminance5. Laws Governing Illumination of Different Sources6. Polar Curves of C.P. Distribution7. Determination of M.S.C.P.8. Integrating Sphere or Photometer
  • 38. 9. Diffusing and Reflecting Surfaces10. Lighting Schemes11. Illumination Required for Different Purposes12. Flood lighting13. Incandescent Lamp Characteristics14. Clear and Inside-frosted Gas-filled Lamps15. Fluorescent Lamp Circuit with Thermal Switch16. Comparison of Different Light SourcesSafety and Protection1. Electric Shock2. First Aid for Electric Shock3. Laboratory safety and Rules4. Grounding or Earthing5. Fuses6. Introduction to Circuit Breakers7. Protective Relays
  • 39. Elements of Civil Engineering (FYE06)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about fundamentals in civil engineering.ContentsIntroduction to Civil Engineering1. Introduction2. Basic Areas in Civil Engineering3. Infrastructure Development4. Role of Civil Engineer in Construction Activities5. Role of Civil Engineer in Specific Fields6. Construction of Industrial Buildings7. Constructions required for IE & E & TC EngineeringLinear Measurements1. Introduction2. Units of Measurement3. Instruments for Measurements4. Ranging a Line5. Methods of Ranging6. Direct Method of Ranging7. Indirect Method of Ranging8. Chaining the Line9. Chaining on Sloping Ground10. Direct Method of Chaining (Stepping Method)11. Indirect Method of Chaining12. Errors in Chaining13. Electronic DistansometerAngular Measurements1. Introduction2. Parts of Transit Theodolite3. Telescope4. Technical Terms Used5. Fundamental lines and geometry of Transit6. Temporary Adjustments of Theodolite
  • 40. 7. Permanent Adjustments of Theodolite8. Uses of Theodolite9. Precautions In Handling Theodolite10. Errors In Theodolite Work11. Theodolite TraversingVertical Measurements1. Introduction2. Principle of Levelling3. important Definitions4. Instruments for Levelling5. Comparison of Self Reading & Target Staff6. Temporary Adjustments of Dumpy Level7. Bench Mark8. Levelling9. Reduction of Levels10. Comp. of Plane of Colli. & Rise & Fall Method11. Classification of Levelling12. Difficulties in Levelling13. Errors in Levelling14. Sensitiveness of a Level Tube15. Measurement of the Sensitiveness16. Principle of Reversal17. Fundamental Lines of Level18. Permanent Adjustments of a Level19. Methods of Adjustment20. Barometric LevellingContouring1. Introduction2. Representation of Relative Heights3. Concept of Contour and Contour interval4. Characteristics of Contour5. Contour of Natural Features6. Methods of Contouring7. Interpolation of Contour
  • 41. 8. Contour Gradient9. Uses of Contour Maps10. Practical Example of uses of contour mapMeasurement of Area1. Introduction2. Determination of Area3. Area between Straight Line and Irregular Boundary4. Simpsons Rule And Trapezoidal Rule5. Planimeter6. Area of Zero Circle7. Methods of Finding Area Of Zero circle8. Precautions of Using Planimeter9. Practical Method of Using PlanimeterModern Survey Equipments1. Electromagnetic Waves and their Properties2. Phase of the Wave3. Phase Comparison4. Functions of EDMBasic Materials1. Cement2. Bricks3. Stones4. Natural and Artificial Sand5. Reinforcing Steel6. Cement Concrete7. Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC)8. Prestressed Concrete9. Precast Concrete10. Siporex Concrete BlocksBuilding Planning and Acts1. Introduction
  • 42. 2. Principles of Planning3. Selection of Site4. Building Bye-Laws5. Definitions6. Submission of Plans for Sanction7. Bye-Laws Regarding Set-Back Distance8. Lighting9. Openings10. Ventilation11. Land Acquisition & Environment Protection Acts12. Environmental Protection Act 1986Energy and Environment1. Introduction2. Need of Energy3. Conventional Energy Sources4. Non-Conventional Energy Sources5. Harnessing Renewable Energy Sources6. Impact on Environment7. Environment and Pollution of Environment8. Types of Pollutants9. Types of Pollution10. Air Pollution11. Water Pollution12. Land Pollution13. Noise PollutionIntroduction to Building Structure1. Introduction2. Types of Steel Structures3. Properties of Rolled Steel4. Allowable Stresses in Steel5. Requirement of Structural Design6. Steps Involved in Design Load Analysis7. Types of Load Applicable8. Codes for Load Estimation
  • 43. 9. Load Combinations for Design Considerations10. Increase in Allowable Stresses11. Introduction to Light Gauge12. Applicable IS Codes for Light Gauge SteelIntroduction to Highway1. Introduction2. Advantages of Highway Transportation System3. Comparison between Roads and Railways4. Important Organizations5. Classification of Roads6. Surveys for Locating Proposed Roads7. Fixing the Road Alignment8. Factors Controlling the Road Alignment9. Hill Roads10. Traffic EngineeringGeometric Design of roads1. Importance of Geometric Design2. Design Controls and Criteria3. Pavement Surface Characteristics4. Cross Slope or Camber5. Width of Pavement or Carriageway6. Kerbs7. Road Margins8. Right of Way9. Typical Cross-Section of Roads10. Sight Distance11. Stopping Sight Distance12. Overtaking Sight Distance13. Site Distance at Intersections14. Design Factors15. Design Speed16. Horizontal Curves17. Superelevation18. Attainment of Superelevation
  • 44. 19. Widening of Pavement on Horizontal Curves20. Horizontal Transition Curves21. Design of Vertical Alignment22. Gradient23. Types of Vertical CurvesHighway Material & Construction1. Introduction2. Grain Size Distribution3. Liquid, Plastic and Shrinkage Limit4. Subgrade Soil Strength5. Aggregates Properties for Pavement Construction6. Tests on Aggregates7. Tests on Bitumen8. Cement Concrete9. Types of Road Construction10. Soil Stabilized Road11. WBM Roads Introduction12. Specification of Materials13. Construction Procedure14. Road Construction Equipments15. Importance of Highway Drainage16. Requirements of Highway Drainage17. Surface Drainage18. Cross Drainage19. Types of Culverts20. Small Bridges21. Subsurface Drainage22. Ground Water Table23. Control of Seepage Flow24. Capillary Rise Control25. Drainage of Slopes and Erosion Control26. Highway Maintenance27. Types of Maintenance28. Defects in Pavement29. Failures in Flexible Pavement
  • 45. 30. Defects in Concrete Roads31. Failures in Rigid Pavements32. Maintenance of HighwayIntroduction - Importance of Irrigation1. Concept & Necessity of Irrigation in India2. Benefits of Irrigation3. Possible Effects of Under Irrigation4. Possible Effects of Over Irrigation5. Types of Irrigation Schemes6. Single Purpose & Multipurpose Projects7. Important Rivers & Dams in Maharashtra8. Methods of IrrigationEarthquake Engineering1. What is a earthquake?2. What damage do earthquakes cause?3. Earthquake Terminology4. Causes of Earthquakes5. Plate Tectonics, the Cause of Earthquakes6. Remote Sensing7. Geographical Information System (GIS)8. Earthquake Disaster Prevention & Preparedness9. Seismo-Zoning Map of India10. Earthquake Disaster Estimation, Relief, Rehabilitation &Reconstruction11. Case Studies12. List of some Significant Earthquakes in India13. Major Earthquakes in World
  • 46. Workshop Technology (FYE07)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about fundamentals of metals and alloys,their properties, testing and inspection, various processes involved, machine tools, etc.ContentsWORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY- IIntroduction1. Introduction2. Engineering Metals3. Classification of Manufacturing Processes4. Plant Layout5. Types of Plant Layout6. Indian Standard System of Limits and Fits7. Shop LayoutIndustrial Safety1. Introduction2. The Planning Stage3. Safety Measures in Construction Work4. Safety in Handling Hoisting Equipment and Conveyors5. Protection in Storage and Manual Handling of Material6. Concept of Accident7. Common Sources of Accidents8. Common Methods of Protection9. Electrical Hazards10. First Aid Measures11. Human Factors in Machine Equipment Safety12. Reducing Industrial Noise13. Personal Ear Protectors14. Fire Prevention15. Guarding of Machines16. Factories Act Regulation with regard to Safety17. Precautions in the Maintenance Work
  • 47. 18. Legislations on Safety19. Legislation on safety in India20. Safety SymbolsFundamentals Of Metals And Alloys1. Introduction2. Structure of Solids3. Space Lattice or Crystal Lattice4. Types of Space Lattices5. Atomic Packing Factor and Coordination Number6. Formation of Grains or Crystals (Solidification of Metals)7. Effect of Grain Size on Mechanical Properties8. Bonds in Solids9. Types of Primary Bonds10. Comparison of Properties between Ionic, Covalent and Metallic Solids11. Types of Secondary Bonds12. Defects (or Imperfections) in Crystals13. Deformation of Metals14. Dislocations15. Burgers Vector16. Deformation of Polycrystalline Materials17. Changes in Properties of Metals due to Deformation18. Recovery, Recrystallisation and Grain Growth19. Fracture of Metals20. Metal Alloys21. Solidification of Alloys and Cooling Curves22. Types of Alloys23. Solid Solutions24. Intermetallic Compounds25. Phase Diagrams26. Allotropic Forms of Pure Iron27. Iron-Carbon Equilibrium Diagram28. Transformation from the liquid to the solid state
  • 48. 29. Micro-constituents of Steel30. Macrography31. Micrography32. Microstructure of Pure Iron33. Micro Microstructure of SteelProperties, Testing And Inspection Of Metals1. Introduction2. Mechanical Properties of Metals3. Stress and Strain4. Hooke’s Law and Modulus of Material5. Linear and Lateral Strain6. Bulk Modulus7. Types of Mechanical Properties of Metals8. Technological Properties of Metals9. Testing of Metals10. Tensile Test11. Important Terms used in Tensile Test12. Compression Test13. Hardness Test14. Brinell Hardness Test15. Rockwell Hardness Test16. Vicker’s Hardness Test17. Microhardness Test or Knoop’s Hardness Test18. Shore or Rebound Hardness Test19. Impact Test20. Fatigue Test21. Creep Test22. Non-Destructive Tests23. Visual Inspection24. Radiographic Test25. Ultrasonic Test26. Liquid Penetrant Test
  • 49. 27. Magnetic Particle TestFerrous Metals And Alloys1. Introduction2. Pig Iron3. Manufacture of Pig Iron4. Description of Blast Furnace5. Melting of Iron Ore in Blast Furnace6. Composition of Pig Iron7. Cast Iron8. Manufacture of Cast Iron (Cupola)9. Effect of Impurities on Cast Iron10. Types of Cast Iron11. Effect of Alloying Elements on Cast Iron12. Wrought Iron13. Manufacture of Wrought Iron14. Steel15. Classification of Steel Depending upon the Degree of Deoxidation16. Indian Standard Designation of Steel17. Steels Designated on the Basis of Mechanical Properties18. Manufacture of Steel19. Heroult Direct Arc Type Electric Furnace20. Coreless Induction Type Electric Furnace21. Effect of Impurities on Steel22. Bright Steel23. Free Cutting Steels24. Alloy Steel25. Special Steels26. Stainless Steel27. Heat Resisting Steels28. High Speed Tool Steels29. Spring Steels30. Magnet Steel
  • 50. 31. Maraging Steel32. Cutting AlloysNon-Ferrous Metals And Alloys1. Introduction2. Aluminium3. Copper4. LEAD5. TIN6. ZINC7. Nickel8. Magnesium9. Cadmium10. Vanadium11. Antimony12. Aluminium Alloys13. Copper Alloys14. Copper-Zinc Alloys (Brass)15. Bronze16. Gun Metal17. Tin Base Alloys (Babbit Metal)18. Bearing Metals19. Zinc-Base Alloys20. Nickel Base Alloys21. High Temperature Alloys22. Metals for Nuclear Energy23. Bearing or Antifriction AlloysHeat Treatment Of Metals And Alloys1. Introduction2. Behaviour of Steel When Heated and Cooled3. Isothermal Transformation Diagram or TimeTemperature Transformation Diagram (TTT Diagram)
  • 51. 4. Process of Heat Treatment5. Types of Heat Treatment Processes6. Precipitation Hardening or Age Hardening of Aluminium Alloy7. Heat Treatment Furnaces8. Types of Furnaces9. Thermo-electric Pyrometer10. Optical PyrometerMechanical Working Of Metals1. Introduction2. Hot Working3. Hot Rolling4. Types of Rolling Mills5. Hot Forging6. Hot Spinning7. Hot Extrusion8. Hot Drawing or Cupping9. Hot Piercing10. Cold Working11. Cold Working ProcessesCarpentry And Joinery1. Introduction2. Advantages of Timber3. Classification of Trees4. Structure of a Timber Tree5. Types of Timber (Soft and Hard Woods)6. Sawing of Timber7. Seasoning of Timber8. Defects in Timber9. Preservation of Timber10. Method of Application of Preservatives11. Characteristics of Good Timber12. Types of Indian Timbers
  • 52. 13. Market Forms of Timber14. Adhesives used in Carpentry15. Auxiliary Material used in Carpentry16. Carpentry Tools17. Marking, Measuring and Testing tools18. Cutting Tools19. Saws20. Chisels21. Axe22. Planing Tools23. Boring Tools24. Striking Tools25. Holding Tools26. Miscellaneous Tools27. Setting and Sharpening of Tools28. Carpentry Processes29. Wood Working Machines30. Jointer31. Wood Planer32. Mortiser33. Sanding MachinesPattern Making1. Introduction2. Pattern3. Pattern Materials4. Materials used for Making Pattern5. Types of Patterns6. Pattern Making Allowances7. Design Considerations for Designing a Pattern
  • 53. Foundry Tools And Equipments1. Introduction2. Foundry Tools and Equipments3. Foundry Hand Tools4. Moulding Boxes (Flasks)5. Melting Equipment6. Pouring EquipmentMoulding And Casting1. Moulding Sands2. Testing of Moulding Sands3. A Typical Green Sand Mould4. Cores5. Types of Core6. Core Requirements7. Core Boxes8. Classification of Furnaces9. Zones in Cupola10. Gating Systems11. Defects in Casting12. Investment Casting13. Types of plasticsSpecial Casting Processes1. Introduction2. Permanent Mould Casting3. Slush Casting4. Die Casting5. Centrifugal Casting6. Investment Casting7. Shell Moulding Process8. Continuous Casting9. Defects in Casting
  • 54. 10. Cleaning of Castings11. Inspection of Castings12. Design of CastingSmithy And Forging1. Introduction2. Advantages and Disadvantages of Forging3. Forgeable Materials4. Forgeability5. Heating Devices (Hearths and Furnaces)6. Blowers7. Open Fire and Stock Fire8. Forging Temperatures9. Heating of Steel for Forging10. Overheating and Burning of Steel11. Black-Smith’s Hand Tools and Appliances12. Smith Forging Operations13. Applications of Forging14. Forging Processes15. ExtrusionWelding1. Introduction2. Manual Metal Arc Welding3. Gas-shielded Welding4. Metal Arc Gas-shielded Welding (MAGS)5. Flux - Cored Arc Welding6. Submerged - Arc Welding7. Stud Arc Welding8. Resistance Welding9. Spot Welding10. Projection Welding11. Oxy-acetylene Welding
  • 55. 12. Methods of Oxy acetylene Welding13. Ultrasonic Welding14. Thermit Welding15. Electron Beam Welding16. Laser Beam Welding17. Solders18. Brazing19. Braze Welding20. Adhesives21. Types of Adhesive22. Testing of Welded Joints23. Welding of Various Metals24. Fluxes25. Welding Rods26. Welding Symbol27. Modern Welding Processes28. Weldability29. Welding Defects30. Corrosion resistance of welded joints31. Micro-weldingBench Work and Fitting1. Introduction2. Fitting Tools3. Holding Tools (Vices)4. Care of Vice5. Striking Tools (Hammers)6. Cutting Tools7. Cold Chisels8. Types of Chisels9. Chipping10. Files11. Filing12. Method of Filing
  • 56. 13. Care of Files14. Scraper15. Method of Scraping16. Care of Scraper17. Grinding18. Hacksaw19. Power Hacksaw20. Sawing21. Measuring, Marking and Testing Tools22. Method of Marking23. Drilling Tools24. Various Angles of Twist Drills25. Drilling Machines and Appliances26. Drilling27. Reamers28. Reaming29. Taps30. Tapping31. Dies and Stocks32. DieingSheet Metal Work1. Introduction2. Sheet Metal Tools3. Sheet Metal Operations4. Cutting5. Notching6. Bending7. Riveting8. Soldering9. Folding Edges10. Seam Making11. Hollowing or Blocking
  • 57. 12. Sinking13. Raising14. Planishing15. Sheet Metal Machines16. Laying Out a PatternRivets and Screws1. Introduction2. Material of Rivets3. Essential Qualities of a Rivet4. Manufacture of Rivets5. Methods of Riveting6. Types of Rivet Heads7. Lap Joint8. Butt Joint9. Important Terms Used in Riveted Joints10. Caulking and Fullering11. Screw Thread12. Forms of Screw Threads13. Designation of Screw Threads14. Standard Dimensions of Screw Threads15. Screwed Joint16. Location of Screwed Joints17. Common Types of Screw Fastenings18. Locking DevicesLimit System and Surface Finish1. Interchangeability2. Important Terms Used in Limit System3. Fits4. Types of Fits5. Basis of Limit System6. Indian Standard System of Limits and Fits
  • 58. 7. Calculation of Fundamental Deviation for Shafts8. Calculation of Fundamental Deviation for Holes9. Surface Roughness and its Measurement10. Preferred NumbersMeasuring Instruments and Gauges1. Introduction2. Classification of Measuring Instruments3. Types of Measuring Instruments4. Micrometers5. Vernier Caliper6. Vernier Height Gauge7. Vernier Depth Gauge8. Vernier Gear-tooth Caliper9. Protractor10. Adjustable Bevel11. Combination Set12. Try Square13. Universal Bevel Protractor14. Sine Bar15. Dividing Head16. Straight Edge17. Surface Plate18. Surface Gauge19. Gauges20. ComparatorsQuality Control1. Introduction2. Inspection3. Quality Control4. Measures of Central Tendency5. Measures of Dispersion6. Frequency Distribution
  • 59. 7. Normal Distribution Curve8. Variables and Attributes9. Control Charts10. Control Charts for Attributes11. Sampling Inspection12. Types of Sampling Plan13. Operating Characteristic CurvePowder Metallurgy1. Introduction2. Production of Metal Powders3. Characteristics of Metal Powders4. Preparation of Metal Powders5. Processes Used for Manufacturing Parts from MetalPowders6. Primary Processes7. Secondary Processes8. Advantages of Powder Metallurgy9. Limitations of Powder Metallurgy10. Design Considerations for Powder Metallurgy11. Typical Applications of Powder MetallurgyPlastics1. Introduction2. Type of Plastics3. Types of Thermosetting Resins4. Types of Thermoplastic Resins5. Synthetic Rubbers or Elastomers6. Moulding Compounds7. Fabrication of Plastics8. Moulding9. Casting10. Laminating
  • 60. 11. Machining of Plastics12. Joining of PlasticsMetallic and Non-metallic Coatings1. Introduction2. Chemical Methods of Cleaning3. Mechanical Methods of Cleaning4. Ultrasonic Cleaning5. Metallic Coatings6. Hot Dipping7. Electroplating8. Metal Spraying9. Cementation10. Anodizing11. Non-metallic CoatingsPipes and Pipe Fittings1. Introduction2. Classification of Pipes3. Pipe Fittings4. Taps and Valves5. Symbols for Pipe Fittings and Valves6. Pipe Cutting7. Pipe Threads and Thread Cutting8. Bending of Pipes9. Pipe JointsWORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY - IIIntroduction to Machine Tools1. Introduction2. Lathe3. Shaper4. Vertical Shapers/Slotters5. Planer6. Drilling Machine7. Milling Machines
  • 61. 8. Grinding Machines9. ExampleTheory of Metal Cutting1. Introduction2. Cutting Tool3. The Mechanics of Chip Formation4. Single Point Cutting Tool5. Mechanics of Metal Cutting6. Types of Chips7. Tool-angles8. Nose radius9. Tool Signature10. Principal Elements of Metal Machining11. Selection of Cutting Speed12. Selection of Feed13. Selection of Depth of Cut14. Geometry of Chip Formation15. Velocity Relation16. Dr. Merchant Theory17. Stresses and Strains in the Chip18. Power and Energy Relations in Metal Cutting19. Theories on Mechanics of Metal Cutting20. Thermal aspects of Chip formation21. Factors Affecting Cutting Temperature22. Tool Wear23. Tool Life24. Cutting Tool Materials25. Requirements of a Cutting Fluid26. Machinability27. ExampleAutomatic Machines1. Computer-Aided Design2. Computer-Aided Manufacturing3. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
  • 62. 4. Computer-Aided Engineering5. Numerical Control Machines6. Computer Numerical Control7. Direct Numerical Control8. Robot Technology9. Role of Robots in Manufacturing
  • 63. Applied Chemistry (FYE08)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about atomic structure, electronic theoryof valency, electro-chemistry, metallurgy, alloys, corrosion, paints and varnishes, lubricants, fueland combustion, non-metallic materials, pollution and its control.ContentsAutomic Structure1. Introduction2. Particles of Matter3. Size of Atom4. Atomicity of an Element5. Thomsons Atomic Model6. Rutherfords Scattering Experiment7. Bohrs Atomic Model8. Composition of Atom9. Distinction between Energy levels10. Quantum Numbers11. Electronic Configuration of Atoms12. Electronic Configuration of Inert gas Elements13. Isotopic Effects14. Nuclear StabilityElectronic Theory of Valency1. Introduction2. Concept of Variable Valency3. Types of Valency4. Formation of Electrovalent Compounds5. Properties of Electrovalent Compounds6. Formation of Covalent CompoundsElectrochemistry1. Introduction2. Atoms and Ions3. Ionization and Electrolytic Dissociation4. Factors affecting the degree of ionization
  • 64. 5. Significance of the Terms Involved in electrolysis6. Mechanism of Electrolysis7. Types of Cells8. Faradays Laws of Electrolysis9. Applications of Electrolysis10. Electro-refining of Copper11. Common Ion Effect12. Relation between solubility and solubility product13. Importance of pH valueWater1. Introduction2. Sources of Water3. Common Impurities in Water4. Types of Hardness5. Calculation of Degree of Hardness6. Effect of Hard Water7. Scale formation in boilers8. Prevention of Scale9. Methods of Softening Hard Water10. Advantages of Permutit or Zeolite Process11. Requirements of Drinking Water12. Advantages of Chloramination13. Applications of pH Measurements in EngineeringMetallurgy1. Introduction2. Characteristics of Metals3. Metalloids4. Importance of Iron5. Occurrence of Iron6. Manufacture of Pig or Cast Iron7. Properties and Uses of Cast Iron8. Methods of Heat Treatment
  • 65. Alloys1. Introduction2. Preparation of Alloys3. Purposes of Making Alloys4. Classification of Alloys5. Classification of Alloy Steels6. Applications of Special Alloy Steels7. Non-Ferrous AlloysCorrosion1. Introduction2. Types of Corrosion3. Factors Affecting Atmospheric Corrosion4. Role of Metallic Impurities in Structures5. Hydrogen evolution mechanism6. Factors affecting the rate of ElectrochemicalCorrosion.7. Protection of Metals from Corrosion8. Methods of Applying Metal Coating9. Applications of Tinning Process10. Applications of Metal CladdingPaints & Varnishes1. Introduction2. Characteristics of a Good Paint3. Principal Constituents of Paint4. Characteristics of good pigments5. Methods of Application of Paints6. Failure of Paint Film7. Prevention of failure of paint-film8. Types of varnishes9. Characteristics of Good Varnish
  • 66. Lubricants1. Introduction2. Functions of Lubricant3. Types of Lubrication4. Classification of Lubricants5. Characteristics of Lubricants6. Selection of LubricantFuels and Combustion1. Introduction2. Classification of Fuels3. Units of heat4. Characteristics of a Good Fuel5. Selection of a Good Fuel6. Solid Fuels Types of Coal Analysis of Coal Importance of Proximate Analysis Importance of Ultimate Analysis7. Liquid Fuels Classification of Petroleum Alcohols and Power Alcohol Precautions for use of LPG Advantages and disadvantages of Gobar gasNon-Metallic Materials1. Plastics2. Formation of Plastics3. Structure of Plastics4. Types of Plastics5. Compounding of Plastics6. Properties of Plastics7. Rubber8. Types of Rubber
  • 67. 9. Vulcanisation of Rubber10. Important Properties of Synthetic Rubber11. Applications of Rubber12. Thermal Insulating Materials13. Classification of Thermal Insulators14. Cement and Lime15. Chemistry of Portland Cement16. Functions of Constituents in CementPollution & Its Control1. Introduction2. Causes of Pollution3. Air Pollution Types of Air Pollutants Control of Air Pollution4. Water Pollution Methods of Preventing Water Pollution
  • 68. Applied Physics (FYE09)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about basic terms involved, physicalmeasurements, electrostatics, electric potential, capacitance and conductance, thermoelectricity,elasticity, surface tension, viscosity, gas laws and specific heat of gases, conduction of heat andexpansion, refraction of light, photometry, SHM, sound, photo-electricity.ContentsIntroduction1. Revision of Basic Terms2. Various Related Laws3. Dependent and independent variablePhysical Measurements1. Introduction2. International System of Units3. Rules and Conventions4. System of Units5. Dimensions of Physical Quantity6. Presentation of a Physical Quantity7. Procedure to Minimise ErrorsElectrostatics1. Introduction2. Coulombs Law (Inverse Square Law)3. Intensity of Electric Field4. Electric Lines of Force5. Properties or Characteristics of Electric linesElectric Potential1. Introduction2. Potential of Charge3. Potential Difference Between Two Points4. Absolute Potential of a Point5. Potential of a Sphere6. Potential of Earth
  • 69. Capacitance Condensers1. Introduction2. Principle of Condenser (or Capacitor)3. Capacity of Parallel Plate Condenser4. Factors Affecting Capacitance of a Condenser5. Combination of CapacitancePrinciple of Electric Circuits1. Introduction2. Combination of Resistances3. Resistances in parallel4. Shunt and Its Theory5. Wheatstones Network6. Application of Wheatstones Network7. Potentiometer - Principle of Potentiometer8. Laboratory Experiment to Varify Principle of Potentiometer9. Comparison of Two Cells Using Potentiometer10. Internal Resistance ‘r’ of a Cell Using Potentiometer11. Platinum Resistance ThermometerHeating Effect of Electric Current1. Introduction2. Experimental Determination of Joules Constant3. Electrical Energy4. Calculation of electrical energy5. Important FormulaeThermoelectricity1. Seebecks Effect2. Law of intermediate metals3. Thermocouple and Variation of Thermo emf4. Measurement of High Temperature byThermocouple5. Advantages of Thermocouple as a Thermometer
  • 70. 6. Thermoelectric SeriesMagnetic Effect of Electric Current1. Electromagnetism2. Oersteds Experiment3. Direction of Magnetic Field and Current4. Amperes right hand rule5. Magnetic field6. Direction of Force on Conductor in a MagneticField7. Galvanometer8. Voltmeter9. Magnetic Induction due to Long Straight ConductorElasticity1. Introduction2. Concepts Related to Elasticity3. Stress, Strain and Their Types4. Elastic limit and Hooke’s law5. Poissons Ratio6. Behaviour of wire Under Continuously Increasing load7. Verification of Behaviour of Wire within Elastic LimitSurface Tension1. Introduction2. Molecular Theory of Surface Tension3. Potential Energy of Molecules4. Unit of Surface Tension5. Surface Tension (T) and Surface Energy(E)6. Angle of Contact and Its Significance7. Capillarity or Capillary Action8. Applications of Surface Tension
  • 71. Viscosity1. Introduction2. Viscosity3. Newtons Law of Viscosity4. Poiseuilies Method For Determination of ‘’5. Expression (Derivation) of ‘’ by Stokes Method6. Stokes Experiment to Determine Coefficient7. Flow of Liquid Through a Tube-Streamline Flow8. Significance of Reynolds numberGas Laws and Specific Heat of Gases1. Introduction2. Gas Laws3. Gas Equation and Universal Gas Constant4. Pressure Coefficient of Gas5. Absolute scale of Temperature6. Specific heat of a gas at constant pressure7. Adiabatic and Isothermal Changes (Expansion)8. Elasticities of Gases9. Important Information and ConversionsConduction of Heat and Expansion1. Introduction2. Conduction of Heat Along a Bar Steady State3. Coefficient of Thermal Conductivity4. Temperature Gradient5. Searles Method to Determine Coefficient6. Coefficient of Linear Expansion7. Applications of ExpansionRefraction of Light1. Refraction2. Refraction Through Glass Prism3. Prism Formula4. Determination of Refractive Index5. Dispersive Power6. Determination of Dispersive Power
  • 72. 7. Construction (Structure of Optical Fibre)8. Types of optical fibres9. Losses in fibresPhotometry1. Introduction2. Laws of Illumination3. Principle of Photometry4. Photometer (Bunsens Photometer)5. Bunsens grease spot photometer6. Indoor Lighting SystemSimple Harmonic Motion (S.H.M.)1. Periodic Motion2. Characteristics of Linear SHM3. Equation of S.H.M. or Displacement in S.H.M.4. Acceleration in SHM5. Definitions6. Transverse wave and its Characteristics7. Longitudinal wave and its Characteristics8. Stationary Waves9. Free and Forced Oscillations10. Vibrations of Aircolumns11. Harmonics in a closed pipe12. Velocity of Sound by Resonance Tube MethodSound1. Introduction, Sense of Hearing, Frequency2. Loudness and Intensity of Sound3. Acoustics4. Reverberation5. Sound pollution (Noise)6. Prevention of sound pollution or noise control
  • 73. Photoelectricity1. Photoelectric Effect2. Experiment to Study Photoelectric Effect3. Characteristics of Photoelectric Effect4. Definitions5. Einsteins Photoelectric Equation6. Photoelectric Cell7. Types of Photoelectric Cell8. Photomultiplier TubeNon-Destructive Testing of Materials1. Introduction2. Essentials of any NDT system3. Transmission of ultrasonic through materialworking4. Radiography5. Liquid Penetrant Inspection6. Recent Devet Developments in NDT7. Recording of Simple Hologram
  • 74. Applied / Material Science-I (FYE10)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about properties ofelectromagnetic waves, nuclear physics, solid state and crystallography, environmentalchemistry, water and polymers.ContentsInterference1. Introduction2. Equation of wave motion3. Interference of waves4. Interference due to thin films of uniform thickness5. Interference in films of non-uniform thickness6. Newtons rings7. Explanation of the formation of Newtons rings8. Newtons rings by reflected light9. Newtons rings by transmitted light10. Applications of Newtons rings11. Michelsons interferometer12. Engineering applications of interferenceRelativity1. Introduction2. Einsteins theory of relativity3. Postulates od special theory of relativity4. Lorentz transformation of space and time5. Length contraction6. Time dilation7. Relativity of mass8. Mass and energy relation9. Doppler effect (Non-relativistic discussion)
  • 75. Diffraction1. Introduction2. Classes of diffraction3. Fraunhofers diffraction at a single slit4. Conditions for maxima5. Diffraction pattern due to two or more slits6. Results of diffraction at a circular aperture7. Plane diffraction grating8. Condition for principal maxima9. Dispersive power of a grating10. Resolving power of optical instrument11. Rayleighs criterion of resolution12. Resolving power of a grating13. Resolving power of a telescope14. X-ray diffraction and laue spots15. Braggs law (Diffraction by Crystals)16. Theory of braggs diffraction17. Braggs X-ray spectrometerUltrasonics1. Ultrasonic waves2. Production of ultrasonic waves3. Detection of ultrasonic waves4. Applications of ultrasonic wavesPolarisation1. Introduction2. Meaning of polarization3. Polarisation of light waves4. Examples of polarisation
  • 76. 5. Plane of vibration and plane of polarization6. Optic axis7. Principle planes or principal section8. Types of polarised light9. Methods of Polarisation10. Double refraction11. Huygens theory of double refraction12. Indices of refraction13. Retardation plates14. Production of plane, elliptically15. Analysis of lightNuclear Physics1. Introduction2. Atomic mass unit (a. m. u.)3. Energy equivalent of 1 a. m. u.4. Nuclear binding energy5. Mass defect and binding energy6. Binding energy curve7. Nuclear reaction8. Types of nuclear reactions9. Q-value of a nuclear reaction10. Nuclear cross-section11. Transmutations by neutrols12. Nuclear fission in natural uranium13. Fission process14. Fission products15. Fission neutrons16. Fission energy17. Mechanism of fission18. Nuclear chain reaction19. Chain reaction in uranium20. Chain reaction in natural uranium
  • 77. 21. Four factor formula of a chain reaction22. Nuclear fuels23. Thermonuclear reactions24. Merits and demerits of nuclear energy25. Lawrence cyclotron26. Principle and Working27. Energy gained in the betatron28. Distinction between cyclotron and betatronThe Solid State and Crystallography1. Introduction2. Classification of crystalline solids based on bonding3. Crystallography4. Unit cell and crystal lattice5. The crystal systems6. The bravis lattices and structure of crystals7. Elements of cubic lattice8. Co-ordination number (CN)9. Atomic and ionic radii10. Crystal defects or imperfections11. Liquid crystalsEnvironmental Chemistry1. Introduction2. The natural cycles of the environment3. Pollution4. Air pollution5. Effects of air pollution6. Air pollution sampling and measurements7. Air pollution control methods8. Control of gaseous pollutants from mobilesources9. Particulate emission control
  • 78. Water1. Introduction2. Sources of water3. Properties of water4. Impurities in natural water5. Chemical analysis of water6. Types of hardness7. Water for industry8. Boiler feed water9. Water treatment10. Anion exchange11. Water pollution12. Sources, causes and types of water pollutants13. Adverse effects of water pollutantsPolymers1. Introduction2. Definitions and important terms3. Molecular weight4. Classification of polymers5. Cross-linked polymers6. Polymerization techniques7. Polymerization mechanism8. Chain Termination Step9. Ring Opening Polymerisation10. Compounding of plastics11. Natural rubber12. Specially polymers13. Thermally stable polymers
  • 79. Applied / Material Science-II (FYE11)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about wave particle duality, waveequations, lasers, Magnetism and Super conductivity, Semiconductor Physics, Modern Physics,Fuels, Combustion, Electrochemistry, Corrosion, Analytical Chemistry.ContentsWave Particle Duality1. Introduction2. Wavelength of Matter waves of de Broglie Wavelength3. Concept of phase velocity and Group Velocity4. Phase Velocity in Terms of Wavelength5. Properties of Matter Waves6. Electron Diffraction7. Davisson and Germers Experiment8. Heisenbers Uncertainty Principle9. Electron Diffraction at a Single SlitWave Equations1. Concept of Wave function2. Schroedingers Wave Equation3. Schroedingers time Dependent wave Equation4. Application of Schroendingers Time5. Wave Function of a Particle in a Rigid Box6. Harmonic Oscillator7. Tunneling Effect8. Tunnel diodeLasers1. Introduction2. Spontaneous and Stimulated Emission3. Population Inversion4. Optical Pumping5. Ruby Laser
  • 80. 6. Operation7. Helium-Neon Laser (Gas Laser)8. Semiconductor Laser9. Application of Laser10. In Medicine11. In Communication Systems12. Information TechnologyMagnetism and Superconductivity1. Introduction to Magnetism2. Magnetic Parameters3. Ferrites (Ferromagnetic Materials)4. Antiferrites (Antiferro Magnetic Materials)5. Properties6. Introduction to Superconductivity7. Explanation of Superconductivity8. Characteristics of a Superconductor9. Superconductors and Their Properties10. Applications of superconductivity11. Small Scale Applications of SuperconductivitySemiconductor Physics1. Introduction2. Quantum Numbers3. Electron Configuration of Atoms4. Electron Energy States of an Isolated Atom5. Energy Bands in Lithium Metal6. Energy Bands in Silicon (Semiconductor)7. Classification of Solids on the Basis of Band Theory8. Types of Semiconductors9. Atomic Bonding in Intrinsic Semiconductors10. Conductivity of a Metal11. Conductivity and Current in a Semiconductor
  • 81. 12. Dependence of Conductivity on Temperature13. Hall Effect and Hall Coefficient14. Applications of Hall Effect15. Fermi Level16. Position of Fermi Level in Intrinsic Semiconductors17. Biasing of P - N Junction18. Energy Band Picture of a P-N Junction Diode19. Solar Cells20. Solar Cell ApplicationsModern Physics1. Introduction2. Motion of Electron in a Transverse Magnetic Field3. Motion of an Electron in Crossed Electric4. Specific Charge of Electron5. Electrostatic and Magneto Static Focussing6. Electrostatic lens7. Magnetic Lens8. Electron Microscpe9. Preliminary Discussion of Scanning Electron Microscope10. Mass SpectrographFuels1. Introduction2. Calorific Value and Its Units3. Determination of Calorific Value4. Observations5. Description of Apparatus6. Solid Fuels7. Significance8. Significance of carbon and hydrogen9. Significance of Nitrogen10. Liquid Fuels11. Demerits of power alcohol/ gasohol12. Gaseous Fuels
  • 82. Combustion1. Introduction2. Air Requirement for Combustion3. Rocket Propellants4. Classification of PropellantsElectrochemistry1. Introduction2. Electrochemical Cell3. Electrode Potential and Nernst Theory4. Reversible, Irreversible and Concentration Cells5. Electrochemical Series and Galvanic Series6. Energy Storage7. Batteries8. Definition9. Secondary Cells or Batteries10. Nickel-cadmium batteries11. Nickel-zinc batteries12. General CharacteristicsCorrosion1. Introduction2. Types of Corrosion3. Mechanism of Atmospheric Corrosion4. Effect of temperature5. Mechanism of Wet Corrosion6. Forms of Corrosion7. Passivity8. Factors Affecting Corrosion9. Methods of Prevention of Corrosion10. Metallic and Other Inorganic Coatings11. Surface Conversion Coatings12. Organic Coatings
  • 83. Analytical Chemistry1. The Instrumental Methods of Analysis2. Major Steps in Solving an Analytical Problem3. Electromagnetic Spectrum4. Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-visible) Spectroscopy5. Spectrophotometry - Instrumentation6. Functioning of Spectrophotometer7. Factors Influencing Electronic Transitions8. Some Important Terms in UV Spectroscopy9. Absorption and Intensity shifts10. Types of Absorption Bands11. Applications of UV-visible Spectroscopy12. Types of Molecular Vibrations13. Use of Infra-red Spectroscopy in Structure Elucidation14. Spectral Interpretation of Some Compounds15. Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS)16. Applications of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy17. Chromatography18. Column Efficiency in Chromatography
  • 84. Basics of Environmental Studies (FYE12)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about basics of Environment,Ecology & Ecosystem, Population and Natural Resources, Environmental PollutionContentsIntroduction to Environment, Ecology &Ecosystem1. Definition2. Components of the Earth/EnvironmentalSegments3. Hydrosphere4. Atmosphere5. Biosphere6. Environmental DegradationEcology & Ecosystems1. Major Components of Ecosystems2. Energy and Matter Flow in Ecosystems3. Components of ecosystem4. Functional Attributes5. Ecological Pyramids6. Ecosystems7. Grassland Ecosystem8. Desert Ecosystem9. Aquatic EcosystemPopulation & Natural Resources1. Introduction2. The Demographic Transition3. Renewable and Non Renewable Resources4. Natural resources and associated problems5. Forest Resources6. Water Resources7. Energy Resources
  • 85. Environmental Pollution1. Introduction2. Surface water pollution3. Effects of Water Pollution4. Thermal Pollution5. Marine Pollution6. Soil Pollution7. Air Pollution8. Noise Pollution9. Environmental Global Issues10. Acid Rain11. Ozone Layer Depletion
  • 86. Communication Skills (FYE13)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about communication skills,verbal and non-verbal communication, listening skills, Effective Presentation Strategies,Interviews, Group discussion, Writing skills, etc.ContentsCommunication Skills-IntroductionCommunication Process, Types of Communication, Levels of Communication, SomeGeneral Thoughts about CommunicationVerbal and non-verbal communicationVerbal Communication: Oral, Advantages of Oral Communication, VerbalCommunication: Written, Non Verbal Communication, Paralanguage or Para Linguistics,Proxemics or Space Language, Sign Language - Visual and Audio Elements, Componentsof nonverbal communication, Barriers to effective Communication, Communicationacross CulturesListening SkillsActive Listening, How to Listen with Empathy, Passive Listening, Tips For EffectiveListening, Listen ActivelyEffective Presentation StrategiesDefining Purpose, Preparing an outline of the presentation, Visual Aids, EffectivePresentation, Presentation Strategies, Presentation Organization, Analysis of Audience,Nuances of deliveryInterviewsIntroduction, General preparation for an Interview, Types of questions, Types ofInterviews, Importance of Nonverbal Aspects, Guidelines for the IntervieweeGroup DiscussionsIntroduction, Group discussion as a part of selection process, Guidelines for a groupdiscussion, Rules for Making Meetings EffectiveParagraph DevelopmentIntroduction, Topic Sentences, Analyzing a Topic Sentence, Supporting Sentences,Attributes of a Good Paragraph, Types of ParagraphsLetter Writing
  • 87. Introduction, Types of letters, Business-to-Client letters, Structure of a Business Letter,Letter of Complaint, Application for Employment, Applications with Enlisted Particulars,Applications On Prescribed Form/FormatTechnical ReportsIntroduction, Types of Technical Reports, Structures of Reports, Objectives,Characteristics, Report Writing, A report with enumerated paragraphs, The SchematicReport, Guidelines for Writing a Market Survey ReportTechnical ProposalsDefinition, Types of proposals, The Style and appearance of a ProposalTechnical DescriptionIntroduction, Definition of Process, Guidelines for writing good description, Content,Signals for Your ReaderEffective Reading SkillsPurpose of reading, Skimming, Scanning, Tips for improving Comprehension Skills, Lookfor the method of organization, Highlight, summarize and reviewJob ApplicationEssentials parts of a job application, Types of Cover Letter, Resume, Types of ResumesGrammar and VocabularyTense and Concept of Time, Passive Voice, Preposition, Confusables, One-wordsubstitution, Homonyms
  • 88. Computer Programming & Utilisation (FYE14)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about Computer Fundamentals,Programming concepts, C Programming and C++ Programming.ContentsComputer FundamentalsBlock Diagram of a Computer, Input Devices, Central Processing Unit, Output Devices,Address and Data Bus, RAMs, ROMs, PC Specifications, Secondary Memories, FloppyDisk, Magnetic Tape, DisadvantagesIntroduction to SystemsIntroduction, System, Classification of Systems, Microprocessor, Microcontroller, Processorfor a complex System, Digital Signal Processor (DSP), Application Specific SystemProcessors, Other hardware units, Memories, Interrupts handler, LCD and LED Displays,Hardware Units Required in Exemplary Cases, Software in Processor Specific AssemblyLanguage, Embedded System-on-Chip and in VLSI Circuit, Components in an ExemplarySoC-Smart CardProgramming ConceptsIntroduction, Variable Declaration, Boolean algebra, The Boolean Operators, ComparisonOperators, Conditional Statements (IF..THEN..ELSE), Flowcharts and AlgorithmsGetting StartedWhat is C, Getting Started with C, The C character Set, Constants, Variables and Keywords,Types of C Constants, C Instructions, Control Instruction in CThe Decision Control StructureIntroduction, The if-else Statement, Nested if elses, Use of Logical OperatorsThe Loop and Case Control StructureIntroduction, The for Loop, The do-while Loop, The continue Statement, Decisions UsingswitchFunctionsIntroduction, Pointers, Pointer Basics, Pointers: Understanding Memory AddressesData Types RevisitedInteger, long and short, Integers, signed and unsigned, Floats and doublesArrays
  • 89. Introduction, Array Initialization, Passing one dimensional array to a function, Twodimensional Array, Passing two dimensional array to a function, Memory Map of 2dimensional array, Strings, String constants, Standard Library String FunctionStructureWhy use Structure, Declaring a structure, Array of Structures, Additional features ofStructureInput/Output in CIntroduction, Console I/O functions, Disk I/O FunctionsPreliminariesProgramming, AnnotationExpressionsIntroduction, Arithmetic Operators, Relational Operators, Logical Operators, BitwiseOperators, Increment/Decrement Operators, Assignment Operator, Conditional Operator,Comma Operator, The size of Operator, Operator Precedence, Simple Type ConversionStatementsIntroduction, Simple and Compound Statements, The if Statement, The switch Statement,The while Statement, The do Statement, The for Statement, The continue Statement, Thebreak Statement, The goto Statement, The return StatementFunctionsIntroduction, A Simple Function, Parameters and Arguments, Global and Local Scope, ScopeOperator, Auto Variables, Register Variables, Static Variables and Functions, ExternVariables and Functions, Symbolic Constants, Enumerations, Runtime Stack, InlineFunctions, Default Arguments, Variable Number of Arguments, Command Line ArgumentsArrays, Pointers, and ReferencesIntroduction, Multidimensional Arrays, Pointers, Dynamic Memory, Pointer Arithmetic,Function Pointers, ReferencesClassesIntroduction, Inline Member Functions, Example: A Set Class, Constructors, Destructors,Friends, Default Arguments, Implicit Member Argument, Scope Operator, MemberInitialization List, Static Members, Member Pointers, Class Object Members, Structures andUnions
  • 90. Engineering Mathematics-I (FYE15)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about Determinants, Matrices, DifferentialCalculus, Integral Calculus and Ordinary Differential Equations.DeterminantsIntroduction, Definition, Notation and Properties, Multiplication of Determinants,Cramers Rule, ExampleMatricesDefinition, Notation, Subtractions and multiplication of matrices, Inverse of aMaterix, Elementary Transformations of a Matrix, Rank of a Matrix, Solution ofSimultaneous Linear Equations, Consistency of Linear EquationsDifferential CalculusMethod of Differentiation, Successive differentiation, Tangents and Normals,Taylors and Maclaurins Series, Indeterminate Forms, Maxima and Minima, PartialDifferentiationIntegral CalculusMethods of Integration, Substitution, Integration by Partial Fractions, Concept andproperties of definite integralOrdinary Differential EquationsFirst Order Equations, Method of separation of variable, Homogeneous equation andlinear equation, Linear Equations of Higher Order, C.I. and P.I. Application,Application of Differential Equations
  • 91. Engineering Mathematics-II (FYE16)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about Integral Calculus, LaplaceTransforms, Three Dimensional Co-ordinate Geometry, Vector Algebra and Calculus, NumericalMethods.ContentsIntegral CalculusBeta Function, Gamma Function, Relation Between Beta and Gamma FunctionsLaplace TransformsDefinition of transform and inverse transforms for some standard function, Firstshifting theorem, Transforms Of Periodic Function, Transform of Derivatives andIntegrals, Differentiation and Integration of Transforms, Evaluation of Integral byLaplace Transforms, Inverse Transform - Method of Partial Fraction, Convolutiontheorem, Application to Differential Equations, Unit Step Function, Second shiftingtheorem, Unit Impulse Function, Initial and Final Value Theorem.Three Dimensional Co-ordinate GeometryThree Dimensional Co-ordinates System, Direction Cosines And Direction Ratios,Angle between two lines, Equation of the plane, Equation of a straight line, ShortestDistance between Skew Lines, Equation of sphere, Cylinder and coneVector Algebra and CalculusVector addition, subtraction, Velocity and Acceleration, Products of two vectors,Scalar or dot Product, Triple product, Applications to work done, Moments, AngularVelocity, Gradient, Divergence and Curl, Double & Triple integral, Line Integral,Surface & Volume Integral, Greens theorem, Stokes theorem, Gauss DivergenceTheoremNumerical MethodsSolution of equation, Newtons - Raphons method, Lagranges Interpolation formula,Numerical differential and integration, Runge Kutta methods
  • 92. Engineering Mathematics-III (FYE17)Audience: Students of First Year EngineeringObjective: At the end of the course the student will learn about Infinite and Fourier Series,Application of Partial Differential Equation, Series of Solution of Differential Solution, Complexanalysis, Statistics.ContentsInfinite and Fourier SeriesIntroduction, Test of Convergence of infinite Series, Eulers Formula for the Fourierseries, Even And Odd Function, Half Range SeriesApplication of Partial Differential EquationIntroduction, Method of Separation of variables, Solution of One Dimensional HeatFlow & Wave Equation, Laplace s Equation in Two DimensionsSeries Solutions of Differential EquationsIntroduction, Series Solution Method Of Differential Equation, Legendres Equation,Recurrence Formula For Pn(X), Orthogonality of Legendre Polynomials, BesselsEquation, Recurrence Formulae For Jn(X), Bessels Functions of First & Second KindComplex AnalysisBasic Concepts, Analytic Functions, Cauchy-Riemann Equations Laplaces Equation,Conformal Mapping, Bilinear Transformation, Complex Integration, CauchysIntegral Theorem, Derivatives of Analytic Function, Taylor Series and MaclaurinSeries, Laurent Series, Poles And Singularities, Residue theorem, ContourintegrationStatisticsIntroduction, Measures Of Central Tendency, Measures Of Dispersion, Probability,Binomial, Poisson and Normal Distributions, Correlation and Regression