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FINAL YEAR DIP.

IN COMPUTER ENGG

COURSE NO. BMA-306

COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES

1- MATRICES & LINEAR SYSTEM OF EQUATIONS:


Introduction. Direct method, Cramers Rule, Matrix, inversion method,
Gauss/eliminations method Gauss Jordon method, LB decomposition method
(triangulation Method). Indirect method gauss- acidel iterative, jaconi method.

2- POLYNOMIAL EQUATION:
Introduction. Intermediate value theorem. Method of successive bisections. Regula Falsi
method. Iterative method.

3- APPROXIMATION & CURVE FITTING:


The general problem of approximation ,least square approximation. Curve fitting. Fitting
a straight line, exponential curve fitting & data linearization technique, fitting a parabola.

4- INTERTPOLATION:
Introduction, Calculus of finite differences, polynomial interpolation. Interpolation with
equal intervals. Newtons Gregory forward and backward difference interpolation
formulae. Interpolation with unequal intervals. Divided differences & their properties.
Newtons divided differences formulae. Lagranges interpolation formula.

5- CASE STUDY:
Programs based on problems in unit 1 to 5 in FORTRAN

BOOK RECOMMENDED
1-NUMIRICAL ANYLYSIS BY
2- NUMIRICAL ANYLYSIS BY
3- NUMIRICAL ANYLYSIS BY GUPTA
IIIYEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINERING

(PRODUCTION/ PLASTIC/RAC/ELECTRONICS/COMPUTER)/(MECHANICAL/
ELECT. / INSTRUMENTATION)

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT/ INDUSTRIAL ECONOMY & MANAGEMENT

(BPE-312/BME-317)

Sessional Marks: 25

Exam. Marks (Revised) pds/Week: 2L

UNIT-1

INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT: Definition and necessity of


industrial management, Management of men material and machine, Scientific
management, Principles of scientific management, Classification of management,
function of management, Structure of industrial organization, Types of organization
structure and application, Responsibility and authority.

UNIT-2

INDUSTRIAL OWNESHIP: Definition and concept, Types of ownership, partnership

Organization ,joint stock company, private limited companies, public limited companies,
private sector and public sector organization, merit and limitation of heavy, medium
small scale, cottage and village industries.

MOTIVATION AND LEADERSHIP: Definition and motivation, method for


improving motivation, Definition of leadership, Function of leadership, Manager as a
leader, Duties of supervisor.

UNIT-3

FINANCIAL MANAGMAENT: source of finance, Element of costs, prime costs,


Factory costs, other overheads, total costs, Selling prices and problem on these topics,
Depreciation, Classification and method of providing depreciation, Problems.

WAGES AND INCENTIVES: Job evolution and merit rating, Definition and objective,
ranking and point rating methods, introduction to wages, Type of wages, systems of wage
payment, introduction to incentives, type of incentives problems based on Halsey and
rowan system, Limited companies.
UNIT-4

ENTREPRENUERSHIP: Concept of entrepreneurship, characteristics of entrepreneur,


Role of entrepreneur, meaning of small scale industries and its benefits, Preparation of
project report, Step of planning a small scale industry (SSI)

HUMAN RESOURSE MANAGEMENT: Introduction, Objectives of HRD, Staff


development, training strategies and method.

UNIT-5

LABOUR AND INDUSTRIAL LAWS: Importance and necessity, Types of Lab our
laws and disputes, Brief description of Act such as Factories Act 1948, Workmens
compensation Act 1923, Minimum wage Act 1948, Employee provident fund Act 1952.

ACCIDENT AND SAFETY: Introduction, Classification, Cause and Effect of Accident,


Types of industrial hazards, Definition of safety consciousness, Safety measures and
safety publicity.

MAINTANENCE: Definition, Types of maintenance, its objectives and needs.

PRACTICALS:

An entrepreneurship awareness camp is to be organized as a stretch for two to three days.


Lecturer will be delivered on the following broad topics. There will be no external
examination for this subject. Only attendance will be given to the students.

TOPIC TO BE COVERD IN ENTREPRENUERSHIP AWARENESS CAMP:

1-Concept on entrepreneurship, need and development of entrepreneurship attitude and


qualities

2- Market research and feasibility report. Method for market research and preparation

of feasibility report.

3- Basic resources: Finance, infrastructure, man power training, technology and

information resource their sources, Prominent procedure and budgeting etc.

4- Assistance available: from district industries centre, Commercial Bank, state finance

corporation, Small industry service institute, Research and development

laboratories/Organizations and other financial and development

organizations.
5-Book keeping and inventory control.

6-Quality management, state and marketing techniques.

*Expert from various organizations/institution may be invited.

*the student should be given at least one exercise for preparation of feasibility report for
any product.
WEB DESIGN & INTERNET DEVELOPMENT

Computer IIIrd Year

BLC-301

1-INTRDUCTION:

Introduction to internet, application of internet, how internet works, Internet protocol (IP)
address, internet addressing conventions, the domain name system, configuring PCS/W for the
internet, getting connected to internet, internet accounts: Terminal account, TCP/IP account.
Introduction to web browsers- text based browsers and GUI based browsers.

2- INTRODUCTION TO HTML: HTML and its applications, HTML basics, document tags,
container and empty tags, working with HTML. Text, emphasizing text imlicity and exlicity
using lists in web document, nested ordered, unordered lists, menu lists, definition lists, graphics
for web pages, working with links, tables.

3- ORIENTATION TO THE FRONT PAGE ENVIROMENT AND BUILDING WEB SITES:

Introduction to Microsoft front page- 98 components of front page-98 building new web sites
using front page-98, editing and existing web page editor, creating links, adding image and
special; feature to web, adding web functions, creating forms and connecting to databases, using
the image composer.

4- PROGRAMMING IN JAVA: Overview of java language, constants. Variable and data types,
operator and expressions. Decision making. Branching and Looping. Classes objects and
method. Array. Vectors and strings.

5- APPLICATION OF JAVA TO INTERNET DEVLOPMENT: Graphics programming in java.


Multithreaded programming. Exception Handling in java. APLET programming in java.
Building WEB pages. Introduction to java script and its applications.

BOOK RECOMMENDED

1-Programming in java by E. Balagursamy by TMH publication

2- Java 2 complete BPB publications.

3- Programming in JAVA @ by QUE (prentice Hall) publications.

4-MCSE networking guide by BPB publications.


IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (COMPUTER)

Computer Communication Network (Revised)

Pds/week -3

Week /session

UNIT-1

INTRODUCTION: Basic idea of computer communications Network, uses, goals and


Applications of networks, Network topologies like star, bus, ring. Protocol & protocol structure.

UNIT -2

REFRENCE MODEL: Introduction, Physical layer, data link layer, transport layer, session
layer, presentation layer, application layer. Data transmission in OSI model. Protocol
Hierarchies. TCP/IP reference model, Comparison of TCP/IP and OSI model.

UNIT-3

PHYSICAL AND DATA LINK LAYER CONCEPTS: Asynchronous & synchronous serial
transmission, DTE-DCE Protocols, MODEM & their types. ALOHA and slotted ALOHA,
CSMA, CSMA/CD. Introduction to MAC layer, Flow control: ARQ, Error control.

UNIT-4

CONPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORK: Classification of network on the basis of


switching techniques, circuit switching. Message switching, packet switching- datagram and
virtual circuit types. Routing. LAN/ MAN Technology& topologies.

UNIT-5

WIRELESS NETWORK & INTERNET: Wireless networks: gsm. ismb, IrDA, etc, telnet,
FTP, virtual Terminal MNS, principle of inter networking, bridge and gateways, history of
development of internet, uses and services of internet, types of internet accounts, world wide
web, WWW browsing & home page.

BOOKS:
1- Telecommunications & the computer, by James Martin
2- Data and computer communications, by William stalling.
3-Computer network by A.S. Tanenbaum.
4- Data Comm. & networking by Forozan.
5- Local area networks by Peter Hudson.
6-Understanding Local area network by Neil Jenkins.
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (COMPUTER)
SOFTWARE ENGINERING
BLC-303

UNIT-1
INTRODUCTION TO S/W ENGG. & ITS EVALUATION:
INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING: The importance of software, evolution of
software engineering. Software engineering paradigms, software development, life cycle, the
classic life cycle. Prototyping iterative enhancement model, the spiral model, Project
management, Project cost estimation. Project planning.

UNIT-2
SYSTEM REQUIREMENT ANYLYSIS:
SYSTEM SOFTWARE REQUIRAMENT ANYLYSIS: Computer based system, System
engineering (Hardware. Software& Human Factor). System analysis requirement analysis.
Software Requirement Specification. Structured Analysis (SSADM> DFDs. ER Diagram)

UNIT-3
SOFTWARE DESIGN:
THE DESIGN & IMPLEMENTATIONOF SOFTWARE: Design objectives & principles design
fundamentals, modular design, design methodologies (Procedural design. Object-oriented
design), user interface design, Programming language fundamentals, coding style.

UNIT-4
S/W TESTING AND MAINTANANCE:
SOFTWARE TESTING & MAINTANANCE: Software testing techniques- fundamentals, white
box testing, basis path testing, control structure testing, black box testing, software testing
strategies, verification and validation unit testing, integration testing, validation testing system
testing: Software maintenance- Maintenance characteristics, reverse engineering & re-
engineering, software configuration management.

UNIT-5
S/W QUALITY
SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE & INTERNATIONAL STANDERED: Software
quality assurance, Software review, Formal technical review, Software quality metrices, Formal
approaches to SQA, Software reliability, ISO9000 recommendation & requirements.
BOOK RECOMMENDED:
1-Fairley, R.E. Software Engineering Concept McGraw-Hill, 1985.
2-Jalote, P. An Integrated Approach to Software Engineering: Narosa Pub.
3-Pressman, R.O. Software engineering: A Practitioners Approach 3rd
McGraw- Hill, 1992
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (COMPUTER)
DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

BLC- 304

UNIT-1
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE CONCEPT: Goals of DBMS including data
independence. Data management Architecture- interface between application
programmes and data management system. Distributed Data Bases.

UNIT-2
STORAGE STRUCTURE & DATA ORGANIZATION
Storage structures- possible representation for some sample data. Indexing Techniques:
Hashing, The role of database administrator, Logical data organization, Physical Data
Organization.
UNIT-3
DATA MODEL
DATA MODEL: Hierarchical, network and relational model with a description of the
logical data structure representation of data base system. Detailed study of relational
database management system domains, attributes, Key etc.

UNIT-4
RELATIONAL DATABASEAND NORMALIZATION
DATA NORMALIZATION: Need for data normalization, first, second, and third normal
forms. Introduction to relation algebra and relational calculus, query facilities.

UNIT-5
INTRODUCTION TO DDL& DML
SQL (Structured Query Language). Data definition languages, data manipulation
language, query patterns. Introduction to latest DBMS S/Wand their H/W requirement.
BOOK RECOMMENDATION
1-Date, C.J- Introduction to data base system. Vol. 1
2- Dasai Vipin- Introduction to data base.
3-Database system, by A, Silberschaiz & Hennery F. Korth.
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (COMPUTER)
OPEREATING SYSTENM & COMPILER DESIGN

BLC-305

UNIT-1
INTRODUCTION TO O.S. & PROCESS MANAGEMENT
INTRODUCTION: Evolution of operating system, types of operating system, batch
processing system, multiprogramming, multiprocessing. Process: Process concept,
Process control block, Concurrency, mutual exclusion, scmaphores, deadlock: types of
schedulers, scheduling algorithm.

UNIT-2
MEMORY MANAGEMENT
Memory management (Contiguous allocation): Single process monitor, static and
dynamic partitioned memory allocation, segmentation, memory management (Non-
Contiguous): Paging, Virtual memory, management of virtual memory. File management:
Disk organization, disk space management, disk scheduling.

UNIT-3
EXAMPLES OF VARIOUS O.Ss. & INTRODUCTION TO COMPILERS
Case study of PC-DOS and UNIX Operating system. Introduction to compilers, structure
of compilers, compilers writing tools, programming language grammar.

UNIT-4
PARSING
Role of Lexical analyzer, simple approach to design of lexical analyzer, top down
parsing, bottom up parsing, syntax directed translation.

UNIT-5
COMPILATION OF VARIOUS STATEMENTS
Translation of assignment, statement, Boolean expression and flow of control statement
in to intermediate code, Error detection and recovery, problem in code generation, simple
code generator, code optimization.
BOOK RECOMMENDATION:
1-Harey m. Deitil: An introduction to operating system.
2-Dhamdhere: Compiler Construction principle design.
3-Godbole A.S.: Operating system.
4-Milan Milenkov: Operating system Design and Concepts.
5-Aho & Ullman: Principle of compiler Design.
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (COMPUTER)
COMPUTER GRAPHICS

BLC-307

UNIT-1
Introduction, Fundamentals, Classification of computer graphics. Advantages and
representative user of computer graphics, display devices C.R.T. storage tube- DVST
silicon target tube, plasma panel laser scan display, Beam penetration and shadow- mask
color display.

UNIT-2
Point plotting techniques, incremental methods, line drawing algorithms Criteria for good
Computer generated line, simple and symmetric DDA, Bresenham algorithms, generation
of other Curves and Circle generators.

UNIT-3
Dimensional. Transformation: incremental method, line drawing algorithms Criteria for
good computer generated line, Simple and symmetric DDA, Bresenhams, generation of
other Curves and circle generator.

UNIT-4
Clipping and windowing, Cohen-Sutherland line clipping algorithm polygon clipping
algorithm of Sutherland and Hodgeman, Viewing transformation.

UNIT-5
A simple computer graphics package, ground rule for graphics S/W design functional
domain and function sets. Graphics primitives, Windowing a graph plotting program.

BOOK RECOMMENDATION
1-Principles of Interactive computer graphics, by Newman& Sproull.
2-Fundamental of interactive computer graphics, by Foley and Van Dama.
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (ELECTRONICS)
MICRO WAVE & RADAR

BLE-304

UNIT-1 MICROWAVE TUBES


Constructional feature, circuit and principal of working of Klystron amplifier,
Constructional features, circuit and principal of working of reflex Klystron.
Constructional features, circuit and principle of working of traveling wave tube.

UNIT-2 WAVEGUIDES
Elementary concept of waveguide transmission feature, Characteristics and application of
rectangular waveguide. Derivation of expression for wavelengths, group and phase
velocities in the waveguide and simple problem based on these. brief description with
sketch of various wave guide accessories such as tees bends, twist, paper attenuator,
phase shifter, directional coupler, isolator and termination tuner. Description of detector
and detector mount. Impedance matching sections.

UNIT-3 MICROWAVE ANTENNAS AND MICROWAVE MEASURMENT


Constructional features, Characteristics types and applications of parabolic dish antenna
and lens (metallic and dielectric) antennas, dipole,
Brief description of different types of feed (Horn, slot, dipole, Helix, Spiral). Technique
to measure f, a, p, VSWR,Q and other quantities.

UNIT-4 RADAR
Introduction to Radar & concept of ambiguous and unambiguous range. Classification
and application of radar. Block diagram and operating principle of basic pulse Radar.
Radar range equations, parameter involved, range equation. Pulse width, duty cycle,
Pulse repetition frequency Block diagram and operating principles of M. T. I. and
tracking Radar.

UNIT-5 MICROWAVE SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES


Limitation if Transistor at HF. Brief description and Schottkey barrier diode, varactor
diode, tunnel diode, Gunn diode, Impatt diode and Pin diode, Parametric Amplifier.

BOOK RECOMMENDATION
1-Communication system, by Sanjeev Gupta.
2-Communication System, by Kennedy.
IIIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGG (ELECTRONICS)
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

(BLE-307)

UNIT-1 DATA COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: EMERGANCE OF DATA


COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: Data representation (communication codes): Signal
encoding (NRZ, RZ, Manchester and Biphase codes); Modem: Basic description with
block diagram, its Needs, types of operation (Simplex, Half duplex and full duplex);
Characteristic of data transmission.

UNIT-2 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: HISTORICAL


DEVLOPMENT OF SETELLITE: Advantages and limitation of satellite
communication: Communication satellite system; Geostationary orbit; Satellite frequency
bands; Block representation and description of satellite transponders and earth stations;
Multiple access techniques (TDMA, FDMA, CDMA, SDMA).

UNIT-3 FIBER OPTIC SYSTEM: Introduction to optical fiber; Light propagation in


optical fiber; Modulation methods; Losses in optical fiber; Brief description of light
sources and photo detectors; fiber optic communication system and general Block
diagram; Comparison of optical fiber system with other systems.

UNIT-4 COMPUTER NETWORKS: Introduction to computer Networks and their


uses; Network hardware: LAN, MAN, WAN and other topologies; Network software:
Protocol Hierarchies; Introduction to OSI and TCP/IP reference model; Basic structure of
Telephone system; Introduction to switching system and Circuit switching.

UNIT-5 CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM: Basic Concept of


cellular mobile system, Block diagram of cellular communication system and its basic
operation, frequency reuse; Channel Assignment; interference and system capacity;
Handoff strategies; Intelligent cell concept and techniques.

REFRENCES: Data communication by P.C. Gupta.


Communication satellite by john Martin
Optical Communication system by J. Gower
Computer Networks by A.S. Taunanbaum
Mobile cellular Telecommunication by William C.Y, Lee

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AUDIO AND RADIO SYSTEMS

BLE-308

UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION TO AUDIO SYSTEMS

Definition of audio systems, Velocity of sound and effect of atmosphere TERNINOLOGY:


sound absorption, absorption coefficient, Loudness, Pitch, octave, timbre, harmonics, echo.

UNITS: Peon, sone, Mel, reverberation and reverberation time (only significance) condition for
good acoustical deign of rooms, acoustic treatment material Constructional features. Principal of
working& characteristic of microphones (moving coil, crystal, capacitor& wireless) &
loudspeakers (direct radiator & horn radiator).

UNIT-2 AUDIO SYSTEM-II

Principle of compact disc recording & reproduction, Principle of recording & reproduction of
sound on film. Principle of stereophonic systems. Introductory concept of woofers. Tweeters.
Squawker, crossover networks, dolby system & DVD. HI-FI Systems (Definition and
requirements), tone control, Bass control, treble control, balance control loudness control,
definitions: compressor, limiter, expander, noise gate & equalizer (graphic & parametric). Basic
public address system. Pre Amp & Power Amp.

UNIT-3 PRINCIPLE OF MODULATOR AND DEMODULATORS

Collector modulation, working of suppressed carrier balanced modulators (with derivation),


Circuit and working of Varactor modulator Armstrong phase modulator. AM diode detector,
Foster seely discriminator & ratio detector.

UNIT-4 AM RADIO TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER

Block diagram of AM transmitter and function of each block. Block diagram of AM receiver
and function of each block. Principle of suprerhetrodyne reception, Block diagram & explanation
of each stage of superhetrodyne receiver. Choice of intermediate frequency, image and second
channel interference, Introduction to AVC and band spreading.

UNIT-5 FM RADIO TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER

Block diagram of FM transmitter and function of each block. Block diagram of FM receiver and
function of each block. Idea of automatic frequency control, limiter, pre Emphasis & De-
Emphasis.

Book recommendation: 1- Radio Engg by G.K. Mithal published by Khanna Publishers.

2- Audio and video Engg System by R.G. Gupta Published by Tata Mc Grow Hill Publishing
Company Ltd.
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DIGITAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING


(W.E.F.2007-2008)

BLE-309

UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION

Origin of digital image processing, fundamental step in digital image processing, component of
an image processing system, imaging in various range of electromagnetic spectrum: Gamma
rays, X-rays, ultraviolet, visible, infra-red, microwave and radio imaging.

UNIT-2 DIGITAL IMAGE FUNDAMENTALS

Structure of human eye, image formation of human eye, brightness: adaptation and human eye,
image formation model, sampling and quantization matrix representation of digital image, spatial
and gray level resolution.

UNIT-3 IMAGE ENHANCMENT

Basic gray level transformations: Image negatives, log transform, piecewise linear
transformations, contrast stretching, gray level slicing, bit-plans slicing, histogram equalization,
histogram specification (histogram matching), image subtraction, image averaging, smoothing
filter.

UNIT-4 COLOR IMAGE PROCESSING


Color fundamentals, color models (RGB, CMY, HSI), Pseudo color image Processing; Intensity
slicing, gray level complement, color transformation Full-Color image Processing; Color
complement color slicing, color image smoothing, color image sharpening.

U NIT-5 IMAGE COMRESSION

Fundamentals of compression; Relative data redundancy, source encoder and decoder channel
encoder and decoder. Error Free compression; Variable-length coding, Huffman coding, Lossless
predictive coding, Lossy Compression; Lossy predictive coding, delta modulation.

BOOK RECOMMENDED

1-IMAGE PROCESSING- A.K. JAINM

2- DIGITAL IMAGEPROCESSING-GONZALEZ & WOODS

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TELEVISION SYSTEM
BLE-310

UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION

Nature of light color of light of different wavelengths. TEMINOLOGY: luminous intensity,


luminous flux, luminance and their UNIT: Candela, lumen, nit lux. Color perception and their
response of eye. Working of phototube. Picture tube. Element and information, Scanning
Interlaced scanning. Raster, field, frame, Frame and field frequencies. Block diagram of
monochrome & color TV transmitter and receiver.

UNIT-2 COMPOSITE VIDEO SIGNAL

Video signal component (analysis and waveform). Synchronization and blanking process. Front
porch, back porch & equalizing pulses. TV transmission polarity. Vestigial Sideband
transmission. Frequency interleaving& Bandwidth for color signal transmission.

UNIT-3 COLOR TV SYSTEM

Color theory, mixing of colors, additive mixing, subtractive mixing. PICTURE QUALITIES:
brightness, contrast, resolution, hue, saturation. Luminance and chrominance signals.
Compatibility of receiver. Color camera system. Color difference signals. Gamma correction
camera output of different colors. TV standard and significant features of three color standard:
NTSC, PAL & SECAM.

UNIT-4 PICTURE TUBES

Black & white picture tube construction & working. Electrostatic focusing, beam velocity, beam
deflection. Deflection yoke, deflection angle. Centering magnets. Screen phosphor. Face plate.
Screen brightness, EHT. Color picture tubes: delta gun, PIL & Trinitron. Convergence and
purity. Degaussing. Raster distortions.

UNIT-5 ADVANCE TV SYSTEMS

Microcomputer Controlled electronic channel selection and tuning system. Remote control.
Digital Television, HDTV, projection TV & three dimensional TV systems, Computer
Controlled TV games. Typical faults and remedies. Block diagram and descriptions of new
generation TV.

BOOK RECOMMENDED

1-MONOCHROME AND COLOR TV BY R.R.GULATI 2-N PRINCIPLE OF TV BY ANIL


MAINI.3- NMODERN TELEVISION PRACTICE BY R.R. GULATI.

THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

NETWORK SYNTHESIS & FILTER CIRCUITS


BLE-311

1-NETWORK FUNCTION AND THEIR REALIZABILITY

Network functions, properties of driving point functions, properties of transfer function, poles
and zeros, time response, frequency response, magnitude and phase response, magnitude and
phase plots of network functions, the biquadralic functions.

2-INTRPDUCTION TO FILTER CONCEPTS

Categorization of filters; low pass, high pass, band pass and band reject filters, gain equalizers,
delay equalizers, passive active and other filter.

3-IMPEDENCE AND TRANSFER FUNCTION SYNTHESIS

Positive real function, reactance function, driving point synthesis; Synthesis of RC, RL, and LC
driving point functions. Transfer function synthesis.

4-ACTIVE NETWORK AND FILTERS

Active elements, operational amplifier, negative impedance convertor, gyrator, generalized


impedance converter sensitivity, single amplifier filters, low pass, high pass, band pass and band
reject filter.

5-BASIC OF ACTIVE FILTER SYNTHESIS AND MONOILITHIC FILTERS

Positive feed back topology The cascades approach, biquad topologies, negative feed back
topology, impedance scaling frequency scaling, and coefficient matching technique, RC; CR
transformation OTA- based filter, introduction to switched capacitor networks.

BOOK RECOMMENDED: 1- V.K. AATRE NETWORK THEORY AND FILTER


DESIGN WILEY EASTERN LIMITED

2- G. DARYANANI, PRINCIPLE OF ACTIVE NETWORK SYNTHESIS & DESIGN JOHN


WILEY & SONS

3- F.F. XUO NETWORK ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS JOHN WILEY AND SONS.

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Industrial and electronic instrumentation

BLE-316

UNIT-1 SIGNAL PROCESSING & INSTRUMENT AMPLIFIERS

Significant of signal conditioning, description of block diagram for DC signal conditioning.


Requirement of instrumentation amplifier. Properties of instrumentation amplifier. Circuit
diagram, working and advantages of instrumentation amplifier. Circuit diagram, working of OP-
AMP use of OP-AMP in instrumentation system as inverter, adder subtract or multiplier and
divider, integrator, differentiator, attenuated feed back etc.

UNIT-2 INDICATING RECORDING INSTRUMENTS (GRAPHIC RECORD)

Classification and amplification of different type of pf recorder, string chart recorder, single
point recorder, multi point recorder, ultra violet recorder, magnetic recorder, digital recorder and
their applications. Classification of display ( Seven segment display, 5dot matrix, real projection
display, nixie tube, light emitting diode liquid crystal diode, segment gas discharge display) AC
electronic voltmeter, electronic ohmmeter, Extension of range of electronic voltmeter and
ammeter.

UNIT-3 DIGITAL INSTRUMENT

Schematic diagram and working principle of digital voltmeter (Ramp integrating and successive
approximation type). Constructional feature and working principle of digital multimeter.
principle of measurement of schematic diagram for time, Frequency and period measurement by
using universal counter.

UNIT-4 MISCELLANEOUS INSTRUMENTS

Principle of measurement distortion meter and harmonic analyzer. Block diagram and
description of spectrum analyzer. Q-meter Working principle of ECG, EEG & Ultrasound.

UNIT-5 MEASURMENT OF CIRCUIT ELEMENT POWER AND ENERGY

Ac Wheat Bridge, Maxwells inductance bridge, Maxwells capacitance bridge, Hays bridge,
Wien Bridge and tuned bridges. Ohmmeter and multimeter. Single phase induction type energy
meter, Measurement of power at audio and radio frequency.

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SWITCHGEAR PROTECTION

BEE-311

UNIT-1 SWITCHGEAR ARRANGMENT

Bus bar arrangement, current limiting reactors, station auxiliaries, Unit system and its
importance. Switchgear equipment and Layout for power station and substance.

UNIT-2 CIRCUIT INTERRUPTION DEVICES

Fuse isolator & circuit breakers. Arc extinction principle. Circuit breaker classification.
Constructional feature & operating principle of modern circuit breaker ratings.

UNIT-3 RELAY RELAYING CIRCUITORY

Faults: types: nature. Causes & consequences: Requisite of protective scheme Relay & their
classification. Induction type over current & reverse power relays. Over current. Ground fault.
Directional & Directional- over current relaying circuitry. Different types of static relay &
relaying circuitry for over current & ground fall protection.

UNIT-4 SYSTEM PROTECTION

Principle of distance protection. Impendence relaying scheme for protection of feeders. Principle
of differential protection. Merz system price system for protection of electrical machines.
General scheme for power protection system components.

UNIT-5 SURGE PROTECTION & SYSTEM GROUNDING

Production & consequence of surge. Modern surge diverters. Protection against surges.
Grounding & its methods. Grounding of dead metallic parts & neutral.

BOOK RECOMMENDED

Art & Science of protective Relaying Mason.

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POWER ELECTRONICS

BEE-312

UNIT-1 POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES

Application of power electronics. Typed of converters. Idea switch, characteristics of power


diode. SCR, Diac, Triac, GTO, rating, di/dt and dv/dt Limitations, snubber circuits.

UNIT-2 TRIGGERING CIRCUIT

Method of turning ON, gate characteristics, Simple R, RC UJT based triggering circuits,
Principle of cosine and ramp control circuit, Driver and isolation circuit for thyristers.

UNIT-3 AC-DC CONTROLLED CONVERTORS

Principle of AC phase control, half wave & full wave control, full convertor with R, RL loads,
and action of free wheeling diode semi convertors with R & RL loads, voltage /current waveform
and expression 3-Phase fully controlled convertor with R load waveforms.

UNIT-4 DC-DC CONVERTOR

Types of commutation of SCR, Basic principle of D.C. Chopper TRC and CLC method, buck,
and boost convertors, Types of Chopper circuits.

UNIT-5 DC-AC CONVERTOR

Principle of inverter series and parallel Inverter, Analysis of single phase bridge inverter,
modified Mc-Murray Inverter.

BOOKS:

1- G.K.Dubey Thyristorised power controlled New Age Int.

2- M.H. Rashid, Power electronics P.H.I.

3- V. SubarmanayamPower electronics New Age.

4- P.S.Bhimra, Power Electronics, Khanna Publishers.

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AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS
BEE-313

UNIT-1 CONTROL SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL ELEMENT & COMPONENTS

Terminology, functional block diagram of open closed loop control system- examples, concept
of feedback, time lag, dead time, hysteresis, linearity, self regulating and non self regulating
system servomechanisms, Characteristic of control system components the electronic amplifier,
modulator tachometer, Synchros, DC generator, amplidyne two phase induction motor,
preumatic relay, hydraulic valves.

UNIT-2 BLOCK DIAGRAM AND TRANSFER FUNCTION CONCEPT

Use of transfer function notation in block diagrams. Block diagram algebra, block diagram of
some representative type system, concept of Signal flow graphs, Signal flow graphs of some
representative type system, System order and type number.

UNIT-3 STABILITY

Basic concepts, characteristic root locations, Rout stability criterion. Hurwitz stability criterion,
continued fraction stability.

UNIT-4 FRQUANCY, MIMPULSE & TRANSIENT RESPONSE TESTING

Concept of stability of control system, open ;loop frequency response method, the Nyquist
diagram, Relative stability control system, Time constant, Transport delay, Estimating shape of
Nyquist Locus, the Bode diagram, Log gain and Log phase plot, plotting Bode diagram Nicholas
Chart, closed loop harmonic response, M and N curves on the Nyquist diagram, M and N curves
on the Nicholas chart, Impulse response testing, Transient response testing, Relationship between
impulse and transient response.

UNIT-5 STABILITY TECGNIQUES AND SYSTEM PERFORMANCE


General method of stabilization viscous damping, output derivative damping, Transient velocity
damping, Gain factor compensation, Error- rate (derivative) damping. Frequency response
diagram of phase load circuit with and without gain compensation. Error rate stabilization of a.c.
systems. Integral control- frequency response damping of a phase lag network, stabilization
using phase lag network, lag load compensation, Factor affecting transient response.

THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING


(ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION)

ELECTRICAL MACHINE-II

BEE-314

UNIT-1 THREE PHASE SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

Armature reaction. Synchronous impedance, circuit model. Phasor diagram. Voltage regulation
and its determination by synchronous impedance (emf) & MMF methods. Power angle
characteristic.

UNIT-2 PARALLEL OPERATION OF 3-PHASE SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS

Requirement of parallel operation. Method of synchronization. Load sharing between two


generators. Effect of change of excitation. Effect of change of prime mover input. Cooling of
generators.

UNIT-3 THREE PHAWSE SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR

Construction, principle of operation. Method of starting. Effect of change of excitation. Power


developed. Synchronous phase modifiers.

UNIT-4 TRANSFORMERS

Construction of three phase transformer. Three phase transformer connections. Parallel operation
of three phase & single phase transformers. Load sharing transformation from three to two
phases and six phases. Cooling of transformers.

UNIT-5 THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS

Expression for torque. Starting full load and maximum torque. Torque-slip and torque-speed
curves. Equivalent circuit of an induction motor. Phasor diagram. Starting methods. Speed
control. Losses and efficiency. Circuit diagram.

THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL)


ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM

BEE-315

UNIT-1 SUPPLY SYSTEM

Component of electrical energy system from generating station to consumers. Classification of


sub station. Comparison of conductor cost in various systems. Advantages of high voltage
transmission. Advantages of interconnection. Economic of power improvement.

UNIT-2 CONDUCTOR AND POWER CABLES

Types of conductors. Equivalent copper section. Kelvins law. Comparison of over head/under-
ground systems. Power cable construction. Belted and screened cables. Oil-filled, gas-pressure
and SF6 gas cables. Laying of Cables. Fault location. Murray Loop test.

UNIT-3 MECHANICAL CHARACHTERISTICS

Types of insulators. Voltage distribution & string efficiency. Improvement of voltage


distribution. Line supports. Vibration of conductor and its prevention. Parabolic method of sag
calculation at level supports. Ice and wind loading of conductors. Factors affecting sag. Use of
sag template

UNIT-4 PERFORMANCE OF LINES

Line parameters. Expression for line inductance and line capacitance. Skin effect. Performance
of short and medium lines. Nominal Tee and Pi-methods. Calculation of regulation and
efficiency. Elementary idea about long lines.

UNIT-5 CORONA AND H.V.D.C.TRANSMISSION

Phenomena of corona. Factor affecting corona. Disruptive Critical and visual critical voltages.
Corona power loss. Radio and television interference, Minimizing corona. Component of an
HVDC transmission system. Multiterminal D.C. systems. Applications of HVDC systems.
Limitation of A.C. transmission. Economic Comparison. Advantages and limitation of HVDC
transmission. Classification of HVDC links.

BOOK RECOMMMENDED

1-Electrical power system by Ashfaque Hussain

THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING


(ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION)

ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE ENGG.

BEE-317

UNIT-1 GENERAL

Maintenance, Preventive maintenance, Breakdown Maintenance, Purpose of Preventive


maintenance, maintenance schedule. Preventive aids used in electrical installations. Safety
training of maintenance staff. Cause of accident, treatment of Electric shock. Fire prevention and
control.

UNIT-2 TESTING EQUIPMENTS

Method of use application of the following- Tong tester (Clip-on-meter). Multimeter. Phase
tester, Phase sequence indicator, Earth tester, Mogger, Glower Tachometer. Cable fault location.
Tone tester, Murryloop test.

UNIT-3 ROTATING MACHINES

Induction motor, Pre-commission test, Commissioning Maintenance. Maintenance schedule,


trouble shooting and drying of motors.

Turbo alternator set, Commissioning, Preventive maintenance drying out Procedures of stator
and rotor windings.

UNIT-4 SIBSTSTION EQUIPMENTS

Transformers, testing of oil, drying of transformer, Pre-commission test, Commissioning Pre-


maintenance schedule, trouble shooting of oil filled transformers. Circuit breakers Preventive
maintenance, Maintenance schedule, trouble shooting of air blast and oil circuit breakers.
Relays: Commisionioing, Time setting of relays and periodic tests and care of relays.

UNIT-5 TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Pre-commission test, Commissioning of overhead transmission and Distribution lines. Inspection


and preventive maintenance overhead transmission and Distribution line. Commissioning
preventive maintenance of underground distribution network. Earthing systems, Perissible earth
resistance for different type of installations, method of improving earth resistance.

THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING


(ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION)
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION-II
BEE-318

UNIT-1 INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIER & SIGNAL CONDITIONING

Typical characteristic of op-amps. Definition and implication of op-amp parameter input bias
Current, input off set voltage, input off set current off set voltage Adjustment range. Input
voltage range, CMMR supply voltage rejection ratio SVRR, input resistance, input capacitance,
slew rate. Transient response-Ideal op-amp. Method of voltage off set nulling Measurement of
typical op-amp parameters. Increasing input impedance of op-amp. Instrumentation amplifier
(AD612/614). Application of instrumentation amplifier (specific bridge) Temp indicator, light
intensity meter etc. Application of op-amp sign changer, scale changer, phase shuffler integrator,
differentiator, adder subtractor, voltage follower. Difference amplifier, alfenuator.

UNIT-2 DATA ACOUISTION & TELEMETERING

A to D and D to A convertors. S/H circuits Multiplexing: necessity and types, time division and
frequency division multiplexers, de-multiplexing Telemetry: necessity, types and equipment.
Signal generation, modulation, filtering & detection components of analog Data Acquisition,
system Data logger. Block diagram specific examples: Digital Acquisition system. Analog
multiplexer circuits.

UNIT-3 DATA TRANSMISSION

Data transmission systems. Advantage and disadvantages of digital transmission, T.D.M. pulse
modulation, digital modulation, and pulse code format modems. IEEE- 488 bus. Opto-isolator
RS 232 interface.

UNIT-4 DISPLSY DRVICE & RECORDERS

LEDs, LCDs- seven segment & matrix displays. Electro luminescent and electro phonetic image
& liquid VAPOUR DISPLAYS, PRINTERS- Line printer, drum printer, impact printer & impact
type dot printer matrix printer. Potenttiometric, galvanometric and servo recorder X-t and X-Y
type, digital recorders.

UNIT-5 MISCELLANEOUS: INSTRUMENT & MINIMIZATION OF INTERFACE


SIGNALS

Digital measurement of frequency, PH. Capacitance, digital tachometer automatic in digital


instruments, measurement of high frequency, power using Bolometer &* calorimetric methods,
Minimization and shielding of interference signals.
THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

(INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL)

PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL

BEE-319

UNIT-1 PROCESS CONTROL PRINCIPLE

Terminology used in process control-stability, regulation, transient regulation, Time response


control element and Actuators Pneumatic; nozzle flappers system, Pneumatic amplifier. P to O
and I to P- pressure to current and current to pressure convertors. Electrical- solenoid, dc & ac
motor, stepper motor, Hydraulic actuator.

UNIT-2 CONTROL ACTIONS

Principle of ON-OFF fl0oating, proportional, Integral, (p + I), derivative, (P+D) proportional


phase derivative, (P + I + D) controller, Realization of the above controller using Pneumatic
systems.

UNIT-3 REALIZATION OF ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS

Error detection in electronic controllers- Potential divider type, diff.-amp type single mode
electronic controller-ON-OFF control action. Proportional control action, integral or reset control
action, Derivative control action, using op-amps (P-I) (P-D). three mode electronic controller;
composition of proportional integral and derivative control.

UNIT-4 DIGITAL CONTROLLERS-I

Basic concept discrete state process controls, ladder diagrams, relay sequencer and
programmable controllers, realization of controller modes using digital methods.

UNIT-5 DIGITAL CONTROLLER-II

Computer in process, Control programmable controllers, Data logging, DAS, alarm and
computer hardware, supervisory control, Computer based controller and controller software.

BOOK RECOMMENDED

1-Process control instrumentation Technology Curtis Johnson

2- Electronic Instrumentation S. K. Khadekar

3- Industrial Instrumentation & control S. K. Singh


THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

(INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL)

MICROPROCESS0R & APPLICATION

BEE-320

UNIT-1 MICROPROCESSOR & ARCHITECTURE

Intel 8085-ALU. Timing and control unit, Registers, Data and Address bus, P Configuration,
Intel 8085 instructions. One byte, two byte & three byte instruction. Timing and control signals
fetch operation, execute operation.

UNIT-2 INTERFACE OF MEMORY & PERIPHERAL DEVICES

Address space partitioning- Memory mopped, I/O mopped I/O scheme, I/O interfacing-Data
transfer scheme. Synchronous data transfer, Asynchronous data transfer, Interrupts driven data
transfer, multiple, interrupts, interrupts of 8085.

Interfacing devices. I/O parts. Programmable Peripheral interface (PPI), 8255- Operating
mode of 8255 Control word. Programmable interrupt controller Intel 8259, Programmable
timer, Intel 8253.

UNIT-3 INSTRUCTION SET FOR INTEL 8085

Instruction and data format- single byte, two byte and three byte instruction. Addressing mode.
Direct addressing register addressing, Register indirect addressing, Intermediate addressing,
Implicit addressing, status flag, Intel m8085 Instructions-m Data transfer group. Arithmetic
group, Logical group, Stack, I/OI and machine group.

UNIT-4 EXAMPLE OF ASSEMBLYU LANGUAGE PROGRAMMES

M/C Language programmes, demerits M/C language programmes, source language. Mnemonics
Assembly language programmes. Assemble high level language. Interrupts, subroutines Editor,
Monitor.

Programmes examples: Addition of two 8-bit numbers, 8-bit subtraction, I compliment of 8 bit
number, 2s compliment. Masking off, least & significant bits of an 8 bit number. Masking off,
4A.m. S.B. of a 8bit number and other.

UNIT-5 APPLICATION OF MICROPROCESSOR & MICRO CONTROLLER


Analog to digital convertor ADC-800 S/H circuit, Analog multiplexers Interfacing of A/D
convertor. (Assembly language programmed, Interfacing of ADC 800& Analog multiplexer AM
3705, DDC-800( programmed)Delay subroutine using one register, two Register and three
register 7 segment display. FND-500/503 MAN 74A programmed). Application of
Microprocessor and Microcontroller with specific examples.

BOOK RECOMMENDED:

1-Fundamental of MicroprocessorDr. BN. Ram & Microcomputer

2- Microprocessor, Micro-controllerA.K. Mukhopadhyay & their Applications

3- Microprocessor, applications Dr Ajit Pal


THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

(INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL)

MAINTENANCE OF INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM

BEE-321

UNIT-1 FUNCTIONAL ASPECTM AND SAFTEY

Maintenance versus repair, Reliability and failure mechanisms, preventive, breakdown and
improvement maintenance, Economics of preventive maintenance, Maintenance schedule:
Maintenance organization Responsibility of the instrumentation staff.

UNIT-2 TEST EQUIPMENT, SERVICING TOOLS AND TROUBLE SHOOTING

Test equipments- Multimeters, CRO, Logic probes, current tracer, logic pulsar, logic clip, logic
comparator and logic analyzer, phase tester, earth tester, megger, growler and tone tester for
locating cable faults. Hand tools and soft tools for servicing and maintenance Trouble shooting
electronic circuit- Functional area, split half, Divergent and feedback path approaches.

UNIT-3 TESTING SWITCHING CONTROL COMPONENT & HARDWARE

Testing of electromechanical devices, micro switches, connectors, push button switches, wires
and cable, relays, preumatic switches and controllers. Diagnostic testing of resistors, electrolytic
capacitors, semiconductor devices, ICs, transformer and inductors.

UNIT-4 MAINTENANCE OF PCBs, CIRCUIT AND SYSTEMS

Soldering and de-soldering, soldering electrostatic sensitive devices, protective coating after
soldering, testing and repair of PCB assemblies and PCBs for power application.

Diagnostic testing and trouble shooting subsystem amplifier oscillators, power supplies, digital
and electronic subsystems.

UNIT-5 TROUBLE SHOOTING MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED DEVICES &


SYSTEM

Fundamental of microprocessors, microprocessors controlled systems, localizing the effects,


common troubles in microprocessor controlled systems.
THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

SYLLABUS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

COURSE NO: BCE-322

UNIT-1 INTRODUCTION TO THE ENVIRONMENT

Definition scope and importance, Need for public awareness. Natural resources and associated
problems, Ecosystem- its component and energy flow.

UNIT-2 CAUSE AND IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION

Factor affecting environmental degradation. Global warming, Acid rain, ozone depletion,
deforestation and desertification, Population explosion.

UNIT-3 TYPES OF POLLUTION-I

Types of pollution, Classification sources and effect of air and water pollution. Type of control
methods.

UNIT-4 TYPES OF POLLUTION-II

Classification, sources and effect of land, Solid/Hazardous Waste and Noise pollution. Type of
control methods, Role of an individual in prevention of pollution.

UNIT-5 MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY

Concept of sustainable Development, environment Management System (EMS)/ISO 14001,


Environmental issue related to the specific discipline.
THIRD YEAR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING

(ELECTRICAL MOTOR & CONTROL CIRCUIT)

COURSE NO. -322

UNIT-1

Electric Motor (DC motor) - Principle & operation of D.C. Motor, series shunt; compound motor
with their applications. Starting of D.C. motor with speed control of D.C. Motors. Mechanics of
conventional motor speed control.

UNIT-2

AC Motors: Principal and operation of AC single phase induction motor with split phase
techniques. Three phase induction motor, construction and operating principal, starting and speed
control.

UNIT-3

Relays & their application in motor control: Relays classification as voltage, current and
frequency. Differential type relays. Thermal over load and time delay relays. Relay installation,
adjustment & testing I.C Switches & their applications: specification Symbol & operation of
push button, Toggle rotary, micro and limit switches. Operation in SPST, DPST, DPST, DPPT
mode. Solenoid & contractors with NO (normally closed) contractors, Activated & polarized
switches.

UNIT-4

. programmable delay circuits. Motor control with single / two push button for starting stopping.
Push button inters locking forwarded reverse operations.

UNIT-5

Semiconductor devices and their uses: Characteristic and symbol of BJT, Thyristor, MOSFET,
IGBT, DIAC, and TRIAC & UJT.

Fining circuit of Thyrister. Advantages of electronic Motor control. Solid state speed control
method of AC motors and DC motors.

BOOK RECOMMENDED:

1-Electric machine by I.J. Nagrath & D.P. Kothari


2-Relays & their applications by M.C. Sharma (BPB Publications)
3- Electric Engineering by B.L.Thereja
4-Elecrical Technique by J.B. Gupta
Mechatronics (BEE-323)

BOS Held On: 09.5.2008

3rd Year Diploma in Engineering (Electrical/ Instt. & Control)

Unit-I

Introduction to Mechatronics

Background, Mechatronics as integration of various disciplines, scope & its importance with
respect to interdisciplinary approach, components of a mechatronic system, Role of electronics in
mechatronics, Response of systems.

Unit-II
Sensors & Actuators

Sensors: Conventional & fiber optic based. Actuators: Electromechanical Actuators Brushed &
Brush less DC Motors, Induction motors, Synchronous motors. Pneumatic Actuators-Linear
single-rod single acting, linear single-rod double acting, linear double-rod double acting, and
linear rod less double acting. Hydraulic Actuators: Single acting spring return type, double acting
cylinder type, and ramp type.

Unit-III

System Modeling

Introduction, system, Modeling, Mechanical systems: Basic modeling elements such as spring,
damper, mass/inertia. Electrical Systems: Basic elements such as inductor, resistor & capacitor.
Hydraulic systems: Basic elements such as Inertance, fluid resistance & Fluid capacitance.

Unit-IV

Computational Elements
Microprocessor, Micro controller, difference between microprocessor & micro controller,
general requirements for control & their implementation in micro controllers. Classification of
micro controllers, Intels 8XC196KC / KD micro controllers.

Unit-V

Design & Application

Difference between traditional & mechatronic design, Fault detection techniques: Watch dog
timer, common hardware faults with specific types of components & systems such as sensors,
switches& relays, motors, hydraulic & pneumatic systems. Fault finding techniques used with
microprocessor based systems such as visual inspection, multimeter, oscilloscope, logic probe,
current tracer, logic clip, logic comparator, signature analyzer, logic analyzer. Case studies:
Strain gauge/ LVDT based weighing machines, Rotary optical encoder.

Books:

1. Mechatronics: N.P. Mahalik, Tata Mcgraw Hill


2. Mechatronics: W. Bolton, Pearson Education.
3. Mechatronics: V.S. Bagad, Technical publications Pune.

Annexure-2
Mechatronics (BEE-323)

BOS Held On: 09.5.2008

3rd Year Diploma in Engineering (Electrical/ Instt. & Control)


Unit-I

Introduction to Mechatronics

Background, Mechatronics as integration of various disciplines, scope & its importance with respect to
interdisciplinary approach, components of a mechatronic system, Role of electronics in mechatronics,
Response of systems.

Unit-II
Sensors & Actuators

Sensors: Conventional & fiber optic based. Actuators: Electromechanical Actuators Brushed & Brush
less DC Motors, Induction motors, Synchronous motors. Pneumatic Actuators-Linear single-rod single
acting, linear single-rod double acting, linear double-rod double acting, and linear rod less double acting.
Hydraulic Actuators: Single acting spring return type, double acting cylinder type, and ramp type.

Unit-III

System Modeling

Introduction, system, Modeling, Mechanical systems: Basic modeling elements such as spring, damper,
mass/inertia. Electrical Systems: Basic elements such as inductor, resistor & capacitor. Hydraulic
systems: Basic elements such as Inertance, fluid resistance & Fluid capacitance.

Unit-IV

Computational Elements

Microprocessor, Micro controller, difference between microprocessor & micro controller,


general requirements for control & their implementation in micro controllers. Classification of
micro controllers, Intels 8XC196KC / KD micro controllers.

Unit-V

Design & Application

Difference between traditional & mechatronic design, Fault detection techniques: Watch dog timer,
common hardware faults with specific types of components & systems such as sensors, switches&
relays, motors, hydraulic & pneumatic systems. Fault finding techniques used with microprocessor
based systems such as visual inspection, multimeter, oscilloscope, logic probe, current tracer, logic clip,
logic comparator, signature analyzer, logic analyzer. Case studies: Strain gauge/ LVDT based weighing
machines, Rotary optical encoder.

Books:

4. Mechatronics: N.P. Mahalik, Tata Mcgraw Hill


5. Mechatronics: W. Bolton, Pearson Education.
6. Mechatronics: V.S. Bagad, Technical publications Pune.