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Department of Electrical Engineering

Minutes of BOS-2015 Electrical Engineering Deptt.

The meeting of Board of Studies in Electrical Engineering was held on 14.3.2015. Two external members were present. The committee discussed and approved the following proposals of the department:

(1). Correction and rationalization of credits and contact hours for various courses:

a. Theory course of 3-credits has been assigned 3 periods per week (of 55 minutes) rather than 4 periods per week (of 45 minutes) earlier.

b. No credits are given for Tutorials, but one period is allotted for the same.

c. For Laboratory courses credits allotted are half of periods per week.

(2). For all courses:

a. Specific Unit titles have been given.

b. Number of periods required to cover each unit are also specified.

(3). Spelling mistakes have been corrected at various places without any change in syllabus.

(4). No change in any of the course syllabus is proposed.

The corrected copy of all courses of Electrical Engineering along with their course templates are attached herewith.

Head, Electrical Engineering

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Computer concepts & C-programming

3 L-T-P Structure 3-0-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM201

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-I 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semester-wise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. V.Prem Prakash 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective LEARNING OF BASIC CONCEPTS OF

COMPUTER AND C-PROGRAMMING Course Number: EEM201, Course Title: COMPUTER CONCEPTS & C PROGRAMMING

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 40 UNIT-1 Computer System Elements (Periods=8)

Essential computer hardware- CPU, memory, input & output, storage, factors affecting processing speed; Software- system software, application software; Operating Systems; functions, features and examples of modern OS.

Problem Solving using Computer Programs: Concept of an algorithm, heuristics, Flowcharts and pseudo-code.

Programming Languages: Low level- machine and assemble language, assembler; High level languages- chief characteristics and examples, compilers and interpreters.

UNIT-2 C-Language Elements,operators and expressions: (Periods=8)

Preprocessor directives, identifiers and reserved words, fundamental data types and variables, storage classes (automatic, external, static and register), statements, standard input & output functions, general form of a C program.

Operators and Expressions: Arithmetic, logical and relational operators, unary operators, conditional operators, mixed operands and type conversion, Operator precedence and associativity.

UNIT-3 Control structure and modular programming (Periods=8)

Control Structures: Conditions, selection: If statement, nested if-else statements, the switch statement, using break and default with switch; iteration: while, do-while and for statements, nesting in loops; using the break and continue statements.

Modular Programming: Defining and accessing function, functions prototypes, passing arguments to functions by value, recursion.

UNIT-4 Arrays, structures & unions and pointers (Periods=8)

Arrays: Array notation, declaring and referencing arrays, manipulation of array elements, multi- dimensional arrays.

Structures and Unions: Purpose of using structures, declaring and assigning structures, unions.

Pointers: Pointer fundamentals and pointer arithmetic, pointers and arrays, pointer references as function arguments, dynamic memory allocation.

UNIT-5 File handling and standard C-library (Periods=8)

Data Files: Introduction to files, basic operations to open, close, read and write to data files.

Standard C Library: The standard C library; Exsmples of functions including I/O- fopen, fread etc.;

string handling functions, math functions like pow, sin etc. and other standard library functions.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Byron S Gottfried: PROGRAMMING WITH C, 2nd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill.

Jeri R. Hanly and Elliot B. Koffman: PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROGRAM DESIGN WITH C, 6th Edition, Pearson.

Peter Norton: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS, Tata McGraw Hill.

Dennis P Curtin et. Al.: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY THE BREAKING WAVE, Tata Mc Graw Hill.

Patvardhan C: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING IN C, Khanna Book Publishing.

Rajaram V: FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course ELECTRICAL

2 Course Title BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM202

6 Status (category ) (Core)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-I 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering SEMESTERWISE

9 Faculty who will teach the course SH. D.PREM PRASAD and Prof. D.

Bhagwan Das 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning of basic concepts of Electrical

Engineering Course Number: EEM202, Course Title: BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 40 UNIT 1: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS (Periods=8)

Review of basic concepts of units, voltage, current, energy, etc. R, L, and C - their geometrical, electrical and energy view point. Ohm’s law, KVL, KCL, Mesh Analysis and Nodal Analysis.Thevenin’s and Norton’s Superposition theorem.Maximum Power Transfer Theorem. Star Delta conversion.

UNIT 2: AC CIRCUITS (Periods=8)

Principles of single phase and three phase generation (qualitative treatment only).Steady state analysis of RC, RL and RLC circuits for sinusoidal excitation.Phasor notation, RMS Values, Power Factor.Resonance.Complex Power, active and reactive power.3-phase (balanced & unbalanced) system.

UNIT 3: MAGNETIC CIRCUITS AND TRANSFORMERS (Periods=8)

Ampere’s Circuital law and Constant Flux Theorem. B-H curve, Magnetic circuit calculations.

Hysteresis and Eddy Current losses. Transformers: construction emf-equation ratings phasor diagram on No-load and Full-load, e.g. circuits, Open circuits and short circuit test, efficiency and regulation operation of auto transformers.

UNIT 4: ELECTRICAL MACHINES (Periods=8)

Classification, construction, emf and torque production.Characteristics of DC motors and generators, application. Induction motors: revolving magnetic field, principle of torque production, ratings, construction (squirel cage and would rotor) Torque speed characteristics. Application.

UNIT 5: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS (Periods=8)

PMMC meters, moving iron ammeter and voltmeter. Dynamometer wattmeter, AC energy meter.

Extension of instrument ranges.

SUGGESTED READING:

BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Kothari & Nagrath

HUGHES ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: (Revised by) I Mckenzie, Smith ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS: V Del Toro

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Basic Electronics

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM301

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-III 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning of basic fundamentals of

Electronics Course Number: EEM301, Course Title: BASIC ELECTRONICS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: MAJOR COURSE, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT-1 Semiconductor Physics and Diodes (periods=8)

Intrinsic & Extrinsic Semiconductors.

P-N Junction Diode, Working Principle, Forward and Reverse Characterisitics, Breakdown, DC and AC Load Lines, Dynamic Resisance. Specifications, Rectifier Configurations, Filtering, Regulation, Zener Diode, Voltage Regulators.

UNIT 2 Bipolar Junction Transistor

Qualitative description of charge transport in BJT, , , CE, CD, and CC configurations, Input & output characteristics. Biasing schemes. DC and AC load lines, Maximum Symmetrical Swing, Bias Stability Power Calculations.

UNIT-3 Amplifier (periods=8)

Amplifier as a two port.Classification as VCVS, VCCS, CCVS and CCCS.Gain and its logarithmic units.Concept of feedback in amplifiers.

Ideal Op-amp, applications, e.g., inverting, non-inverting, summing and differentiating amplifiers, differentiation integrator, comparator, Schmitt trigger, logarithmic amplifier.

UNIT-4 Digital Systems (periods=8)

Number systems and Codes, BCD, ASCII, Excess 3 and Gray codes.Code conversion.Negative number representation.Binary addition and subtraction.Boolean algebra & truth tables and basic logic gates, universal gates, half adder, full adder circuits.

UNIT-5 A/D and D/A conversion (periods=8)

Flip-flops as memory elements, registers, counters (only working principles no design problem), Memories. Need for Digital to Analog/Analog to Digital conversion, Digital to Analog conversion techniques, Analog to Digital conversion schemes.

SUGGESTED READING:

Malvino & Leach: DIGITAL COMPUTER ELECTRONICS V Del Toro: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS Millaman & Grabel: MICROELECTRONICS

HUGHES ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY revised by I McKenzie Smith

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Basic Electronics Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-2

4 credits 1

5 Course number EEM302

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-III 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical Exposure of the subject

Course Number: EEM302, Course Title: BASIC ELECTRONICS LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: MAJOR COURSE, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 2 (L:0+T:0+P:2+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 26 List of Experiments

1. Network Theorem verification 2. RLC circuit Response 3. p-n junction characteristics 4. BJT characteristics

5. Biasing circuit analysis and design.

6. Frequency response of CE amplifier.

7. Op-amp and inverting/non-inverting amplifier.

8. Astable multivibrator using IC555 timer.

9. Monostable multivibrator using IC555 timer.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Data Structures

3 L-T-P Structure 3-0-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM303

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-III 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. V Prem Prakash 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about Data structures

Course Number: EEM303, Course Title: DATA STRUCTURES

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 40 UNIT 1 Review of C Programming [8 pds]

Structures and Files, Algorithms and Introduction to Complexity Analysis, Program Development with step-wise refinement.

UNIT 2 Stacks, Queues and Strings [8 pds]

Arrays, Stacks, Queues and Strings.

UNIT 3 Linked lists [8 pds]

Pointers, Linked Lists, Creation, Insertion and other data processing applications.

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408 UNIT 4 Trees and Graphs [8 pds]

Trees, Graphs.

UNIT 5 Searching and sorting [8 pds]

Searching and sorting Algorithms and their analysis.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

AS Tannenbaum, Y Langsam, M. Augenstein: DATA STRUCTURES USING C AND C++, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall.

Mark A Weiss: DATA STRUCTURES AND PROBLEM SOLVING USING C++, 2nd Edition, Addison Wesley.

R Kruse, B. Leung, C Tondo: DATA STRUCTURES AND PROGRAM DESIGN IN C, Prentice Hall.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title C-programming lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-1

4 credits 0.5

5 Course number EEM304

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. V Prem Prakash 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about C-programming

Course Number: EEM304, Course Title: C PROGRAMMING LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2014-15 Total Credits: 0.5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 1 (L:0+T:0+P:1+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 13 C Programming Laboratory.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Signals and Systems

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM305

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-III 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. D. Prem Prasad 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Prerequisite for communication

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Course No.: EEM305, Course title: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session 2015-16

Total Credits: 3, Total pds. (55 mts each)/week: 4(L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0) Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS (periods=8)

Introduction. Types of signals- continuos versus discrete , periodic, energy, power signals. Even and odd functions.Transformation of Independent Variable. Singularity functions. Continuous and Discrete Time Systems.Basic System characteristics such as Linearity, time invariance, Causality, Stability, Memory.Concept of correlation of signals.

UNIT 2: LTI SYSTEMS-TIME DOMAIN TECHNIQUES (periods=8)

Properties of LTI systems.Differential / Difference Equation representation of LTI.Zero-input and zero- state response. Impulse response and Unit step response. Convolution(discrete and continuos),its properties. LTI System Interconnections.Elgenfunctions of LTI systems.

UNIT 3: FREQUENCY DOMAIN TECHNIQUES (periods=8)

Signals and vectors, orthogonality.Fourier series, its convergence.Trigonometric and exponential Fourier series and their properties.Non-periodic signals and Fourier Transform- its convergence.

Properties of Fourier Transform. Energy Density Spectrum, its relation with Auto correlation.Laplace Transform.

UNIT 4: FOURIER TRANSFORM ANALYSIS OF SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS(ANALOG) (periods=8) Transfer Function of LTI systems. Frequency Response, Ideal fitters, Bandwidth.Impulse response and causality.Practical Passive Filters, RC and RLC fitters.Poles and Zeros. Log Magnitude Frequency Response Plots and Bode Diagrams. Distortionless transmission.Relationship between rise-time and bandwidth.

UNIT 5: SAMPLING,DISCRETE TIME FOURIER TRANSFORM AND Z-TRANSFORM (periods=8) Representing a continuous-time signal by its samples.Sampling Theorem.Frequency domain interpretation of sampling.Aliasing.Recovering original signal from its samples.Discrete Time Fourier Transform and its properties.Z-Transform, its properties.Application of Z-Transform to Discrete-Time system analysis.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

Signals and Systems: M.J.Roberts, Tata Mc Graw-Hill,2004 Signals and Systems: Oppenheim, Wilsky and Nawab Communication Systems: B.P. Lathi

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Measurements

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM401

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-II 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K.Janardan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about Measuring instruments

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Course Number: EEM401, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: MAJOR COURSE, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: ANALOG METERS (Periods=8)

Classification of Analog meters, Damping and controlling Torques, Different methods of obtaining operating forces, Suspension. Construction, Torque equation and errors in PMMC, Moving Iron, Electrodynamic, Thermal and Electrostatic meters.

UNIT 2: MEASUREMENT OF POWER, ENERGY, PHASE AND FREQUENCY (Periods=8)

Principles of Electrodynamic and Induction Watt meters. Single phase Energy meter, 1-phase and 3- phase Electrodynamic power factor meter, Frequency meters, Phase Sequence determination.

Moving Iron Synchroscope.

UNIT 3 AC Bridges and AC Potentiometers (Periods=8)

Sources and detectors of A.C. Bridges, General equations for Bridge Balance, Maxwell, Hay, De- Sauty and Schering Bridges, Wein Bridge, Universal Impedance Bridge.

Brief description about standardizing of A.C. Potentionmeters and use of transfer instruments.

Drysdale and Gall-Tinsley A.C. Potentionmeters, UNIT 4: MAGNETIC INTRUMENTS (Periods=8)

Separation of Iron losses, Epstein Squar, A.C. Bridge and A.C. Potentiometer methods, Use of CRO in Magnetic Measurements, Flux density measurement by Hall Effect, Guass meter.

UNIT 5: Instrument Transformers and Electronic Instruments (Periods=8)

Instrument Transformers: C.T. and P.T., Expressions for ratio and Phase angle errors.

Electronic Instruments: Electronic D.C. and A.C. voltmeters, T.V.M., Differential and Digital Voltmeters, Vector Impedance Voltmeter.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

AK Sawhney: ELECTRICAL ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION Golding: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Measurement Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-1

4 credits 0.5

5 Course number EEM402

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-II 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. Ashish Saini 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical Exposure of the subject

Course Number: EEM402, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: MAJOR COURSE, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 0.5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 1 (L:0+T:0+P:1+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 13 List of Experiments.

1. To separate the rion losses into their component part.

2. To measure low resistance by Kelvins Double Bridge.

3. To measure unknown AC/DC voltage by A.C. Potentiometer.

4. Calibration of 3 power factor meter on meter testing Bench.

5. Calibration of Energy meter with the help of a standard meter.

6. Calibration of Frequency meter by Digital Frequency meter.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Network Analysis & Synthesis

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM403

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-II 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about Network concepts

Course Number: EEM403, Course Title: NETWORK ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: NETWORK TOPOLOGY (Periods=8)

Concept of graph, Tree link, Incidence Matrix, Loop Matrix, Cut set, Cut set Matrix, Loop, Node and Node-Pair Formulation of Circuit Problems, Branch and Chord Formulation.

UNIT 2: NETWORK THEORMS COUPLED CIRCUITS AND 2- PORT NETWORKS (Periods=8) Super position, Reciprocity, Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem, Tellegan’s Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer, Mutual Inductance, Analysis of Mutually Coupled Circuits, 1-Port Network, 2- Port Networks, Network Functions.

UNIT 3: TIME DOMAIN ANALYSIS AND LINEAR WAVE SHAPING (Periods=8)

Differential Equation of RC, RL,RLC Circuits, Transient and Force Response, Impulse Response, Step Response. RC and RL Circuit as Differentiator, Integrator, their Response to Pulse Inputs - Periodic Perfect Attenuator. Frequency Response of Amplifier from Percentage Tilt.

UNIT 4: FREQUENCY DOMAIN ANALYSIS (Periods=8)

Circuit Analysis using Fourier Series for Periodic Non Sinusoidal Signals, Lapalce Transform Based Circuit Analysis, Complex Frequency Plane, Poles and Zeros, Time Domain Response from Poles and Zeros, Frequency Response.

UNIT 5: ELEMENT OF NETWORK SYNTHESIS (Periods=8)

Realizability of 1- Port, Positive Real Function and their Properties. Sturm’s Test for Positive Real Functions, Hurwitz Polynomial, Properties of Driving Point Impedance Functions, Basic Synthesis Procedures, Synthesis of RC, RL Driving Point Functions.

SUGGESTED READING: -

MODERN NETWORK ANALYSIS & SYNTHESIS: M.E. Valkenberg ENGG. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS: Hayt & Kemmerley

BASIC CIRCUIT THEORY: Desoer & Kuh

PULSE DIGITAL & SWITCHING WAVEFORMS: Millman & Taub

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electronics & Signal processing Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 3-0-0

4 credits 1.5

5 Course number EEM404

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical realization of theoretical

concepts

Course Number: EEM404, Course Title: ELECTRONICS & SIGNAL PROCESSING LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1.5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:0+T:0+P:3+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 39 1. Study of Difference Amplifier

2. Class B Power Amplifier using complementing symmetry configuration 3. Gain vs. Frequency plot of 741

4. Wien bridge oscillator 5. Phase shift oscillator

6. Design of divide by 10 counter 7. Voltage regulator-IC 723

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Machines-I

3 L-T-P Structure 4-0-0

4 credits 3.5

5 Course number EEM405

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-IV 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Prof. A.K. Saxena 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning of basic concepts of Electrical

Machines Course Number: EEM405, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session: 2015-16

Total Credits: 3.5, Total pds. (55 mts each)/week:4 (L:4+T:0+P:0+S:0),Min. pds./sem: 50 UNIT 1: TRANSFORMERS (Periods=10)

Basic principle of operation, phasor diagram, equivalent circuit, efficiency & voltage regulation, and parallel operation, Single phase auto transformer, Harmonics in single phase transformers, Three phase transformers and its connections. Vector Phasor Group, Parallel Operation of 3-Phase Transformers, Load Sharing.

UNIT 2: D.C. MACHINES (Periods=10)

Constructional features, methods of excitation, armature winding, power balance, e.m.f. and torque equations, operation as generator, self-excitation principle, characteristics, armature reaction and commutation, operation as a motor, characteristics.

UNIT 3: POLY-PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR (Periods=10)

Construction details, review of poly-phase distributed ac winding coupled circuit equations, steady state analysis, equivalent circuit, phasor diagram, power flow diagram, torque-slip characteristics.

UNIT 4: SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES (Periods=10)

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Constructional features, pitch factor, distribution factor, winding factor, various excitation systems, voltage equation and torque equation, harmonic elimination interaction between excitation flux and armature mmf, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram for cylindrical rotor machine.

UNIT 5: SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES (Periods=10)

Two reaction theory, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram, power-angle characteristics, voltage regulation and effect of AVR, synchronizing methods, parallel operation and load sharing, active and reaction power control, operation on infinite bus bar, V-curve, starting, synchronous condenser, hunting and damper winding effects.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: H Cotton ELECTRIC MACHINES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS: J Hindmarsh ELECTRICAL MACHINES: PS Bhimbra GENERALIZED THEORY OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES: PS Bhimbra INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED ELECTRIC THEORY: DO Kelly & Simmons ELECTRICAL MACHINES:

Kosow PR. OF ELECTRIC MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS: PC Sen, John Wiley ELECTRICAL MACHINES: Fitzerland & Kingsley

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Machines Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-3

4 credits 1.5

5 Course number EEM406

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-IV 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Prof. Manmohan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about characteristics of

different machines Course Number: EEM406, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session 2015-16

Total Credits: 1.5, Total pds. (55 mts each)/week: 3(L:0+T:0+P:3+S:0) Min. pds./sem: 39 1. To plot Magnetization curve of separately excited dc generator.

2. To plot External characteristic of dc shunt generator.

3. To perform open circuit and short circuit test on single phase transformer and to determine its efficiency.

4. To perform parallel operation of two single phase transformers.

5. To plot speed-torque curve of dc traction motor.

6. To plot V-curve of synchronous motor.

7. To perform synchronization of alternator with infinite bus.

8. To perform No-load and Blocked rotor test on 3-phase induction motor and to determine parameters of equivalent circuit.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electronic Devices & Circuits

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM407

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-IV 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about Electronic Devices

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Course Number: EEM407, Course Title: ELECTRONIC DEVICES &CIRCUITS Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO DEVICE PHYSICS (Periods=8)

Concept of potential Energy Barrier.Atomic Levels.Energy Band Theory of Crystals; classification of insulators, Semi-conductors & metals.Energy Distributions of Electrons in a metal.Fermi Dirac function and Fermi level.Carrier concentration in an intrinsic semiconductor.No. of holes in valence band.Fermi level in an intrinsic semiconductor; intrinsic concentration.

UNIT 2: TRANSPORT PHENOMENA IN SEMICONDUCTORS (Periods=8)

Mobility and conductivity.Current density. Electrons & Holes in Intrinsic and Semiconductors: their Fermi-level descriptions. Extrinsic charge neutrality and mass- action law.Electrical Properties of Ge &

Si.The Hall-effect.Conductivity Modulation.Generation and Recombination of charges.Diffusion;

Einstein Relation.The continuity equation.Injected Minority- Carrier charge.Diffusion & Drift Currents.Potential variation within a graded semiconductor.

UNIT 3: P-N JUNCTION (Periods=8)

Open circuited p-n Junction- Poisson’s equation. Band structure of an open circuit p-n Junction.

Contact difference of potential. P-n Junction in forward and reverse bias.Current component in p-n junction.Law of the junction.P-n Junction volt-ampere equation.Temperature dependence of p-n junction. Charge control description of a diode Diffusion & Transition capacitance. Early effect.Varactor diode.Junction diode switching times. Break down diodes. Circuit application of p-n junction, Zeners and tunnel diodes, including their parasitic effects.

UNIT 4: FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTORS (Periods=8)

Junction field effect transistor (JFET) volt ampere and transfer characteristics.MOS Structure &

Operation.V-I characteristics (qualitative explanation). Threshold voltage, small signal models of JFET

& MOSFET low frequencies. Analysis of simple analog and digital circuits using JFETs & MOSFETs.

UNIT 5: BJTs AND OTHER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES (Periods=8)

Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT).Ebers-Moll model Analysis of BJT in cut-off, saturation & active region. Negative resistance devices: UJTs SCRs, IGBTs and Tunnel Diodes. Opto- Electronic Devices: Photo-diodes, light emitting diodes & solar cells.

SUGGESTED READINS:

Millman, Halkias & Parikh: INTEGRATED ELECTRONICS, McGraw Hill Millman & Taub: PULSE DIGITAL & SWITCHING WAVEFORMS. McGraw Hill

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title W.E.- Radio & T.V. Repair

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-4

4 credits 2

5 Course number EEW401

6 Status (category ) Elective

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K Pritam satsangi 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical Exposure

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Course Number: EEW401, Course Title: W.E.-RADIO & T.V. REPAIR

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Work Exp. Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:0+T:0+P:4+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 52

Introduction: Frequency spectrum. Transmission of signal by E.M. waves.Modulation and detection of signals.

Superheterodyne Receiver: Oscillator. Mixer circuit.I.F.stages.Detector and audio stages of a transistor receiver.AGC circuit. Fault detection by signal injection at various points. Tuning a receiver.

Television: Vestigial sideband and its detection. Bandwidth requirements.The signal components.

Synchronization pulses. Basic Receiver block diagram. Study of circuit of various blocks.Tuner, Video-IF stages.Video detector.Videoamplifier. Low and high frequency compensation. Sync and AGC Circuits.Horizontal and Vertical deflection systems.Power supplies.Sound IF amplifier.Audio detector.Antennas. Various faults and locating the detects. Precautions in trouble shooting.Use of pattern generator.Principle of colour TV.

SUGGESTED READING:

CW Coldwell: PRACTICAL TRANSISTOR SERVICING RG Middleton: TV TROUBLE SHOOTING REPAIR

AN Maini: BASIC TELEVISION Grob: TELEVISION

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title W.E. – Repair of Electrical Equipment

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-4

4 credits 2

5 Course number EEW402

6 Status (category ) Elective

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K. Janardan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical exposure

Course Number: EEW402, Course Title: W.E.-REPAIR OF ELECT.EQUIPMENT Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Work Exp. Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:0+T:0+P:4+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 52

1. Importance of electric energy in day to day life. Brief outline of power generation in India. Concept of voltage, current, power, energy. Home wiring-Components used. Simple test instruments.

Fuse. Fault finding and repair. Do’s and Don’ts with house wiring.

2. Effects of current: Heating, lighting and Electromagnetic Effects. Heating appliances. Principle.

Construction of electric home appliances based upon electric heating. Fault finding and repair.

3. Electric Lighting: Types of bulbs. Shades. Systems of lighting. Emergency light. Electric motors.

Types of motors used in industry. Fault finding and repair. Rewinding motors and transformers.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title W.E. – Printing Techniques

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-4

4 credits 2

5 Course number EEW403

6 Status (category ) Elective

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course

10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical exposure

Course Number: EEW403, Course Title: W.E.-PRINTING TECHNIQUES

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Work Exp. Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 2, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:0+T:0+P:4+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 52

1. Screen Printing: Basic Theory. Apparatus. Material. Process. Trouble Shooting. Preparation of Printing Circuit Boards.

2. Photostat: Basic Theory. Apparatus. Materials. Process. Trouble Shooting. Blue Printing and Ammonia Printing: Theory. Materials. Process and Practice.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Linear Control Engineering

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM501

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh.Gaurav Pratap Rana 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about basic concepts

Course Number: EEM501, Course Title: LINEAR CONTROL ENGINEERING Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2014-15 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40

UNIT 1 MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS: [8 pds]

Introduction, Definitions. Closed loop control and open loop control Examples.

Modelling of electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and thermal systems. Transfer functions.

Transfer matrices. Electrical analogies. Block diagram. Signal flow graphs.

UNIT 2 CONTROL COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS and CONTROL ACTIONS: [8 pds]

Sensors, Error Detectors and Actuators.Potentiometers, Synchrous, Tachogenerators, A.C. & D.C.

Servomotors, Position Servomechanisms, Speed Control Systems etc.

Proportional, Integral and Derivative control. Effect of Integral and Derivative Control Actions on System Performance.

UNIT 3 TIME DOMAIN RESPONSE and STABILITY [8 pds]

Transient response of first, second and higher order systems to standard inputs. Steady state error and dynamic error coeffiecients.

Concept of stability, Routh's stability criterion.Nyquist's criterion and stability analysis.

UNIT 4 ROOT LOCUS TECHNIQUES and FREQUENCY RESPONSE [8 pds]

Concept of root locus.Rules for construction of root locii. Root locus analysis of control systems.

Introduction to Polar, Nyquist and Bode plots. Gain and phase margin.M & NY circles.Nichol's chart.

Approximation of transient response from closed loop frequency response.

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UNIT 5 DESIGN OF CONTROL SYSTEMS and STATE SPACE MODELLING [8 pds]

Specifications, Lead, Lag & Lag-Lead compensation in S plane using Bode plot and root locus.

Concept of state of system, state space representation of systems.Solution of state equation.State transition matrix, its properties and evaluation.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

K Ogata: MODERN CONTROL ENGINEERING

IJ Nagrath & DP Kothari: CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING BC Kuo: AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS

J Nagrath & M Gopal: CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Control Engineering Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-3

4 credits 1.5

5 Course number EEM502

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K Janardan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical realization of theoretical

concepts

Course Number: EEM502, Course Title: CONTROL ENGINEERING LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1.5, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:0+T:0+P:3), Min.pds./sem.: 39

1. To study the principle and operation of synchros in various modes of operation and also to (a) plot the variation f stator voltages with angular position in position transducer mode (b) plot the variation of receiver rotor voltage (error) in error detector mode keeping receiver shaft stationary and changing transmitter shaft displacement (c) plot variation of receiver rotor position due to change in transmitter shaft position in position transmission mode.

2. To determine the transfer function of a separately exited d.c. motor to be used as an actuator in d.c. position control systems.

3. To study the construction and operation of an a.c. servomotor used as actuator in a.c.

servomechanisms and also determine its transfer function by plotting its torque-speed characteristic.

4. To study the d.c. position control system and the effect of positive and negative feedback on the system.

5. To study the principle, construction and operation of the magnetic amplifier and also plot the variation of load current with control current in (a) series connected, (b) parallel connected (c) self saturated configurations

6. To study MATLAB and CONTROL SYSTEM TOOLBOX and perform time-domain and frequency domain analysis on various types of systems.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Machines-II

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM503

6 Status (category ) Core (streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Prof. A K Saxena 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about different motors

Course Number: EEM503, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES II Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session: 2015-16

Total Credits: 3, Total pds. (55 mts each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0) Min. pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: STARTING OF MOTORS (periods=8)

Starting of DC motors, Starters, Starting of poly-phase induction motor, Starters for Induction motors, Starting of Synchronous motors.

UNIT 2: TESTING AND SPEED CONTROL OF MACHINES (periods=8)

Speed control of DC motors and three phase induction motors. Testing of DC motor, three phase induct motors, three phase alternators. Efficiency of DC machine, induction motor and alternator.

UNIT 3: SINGLE PHASE MOTORS (periods=8)

Induction Type, Cross Field and Double Revolving Field Theory, Equivalent Circuit, characteristics, methods of starting of single phase motor.

UNIT 4: SPECIAL ELECTRIC MOTORS (periods=8)

Stepper motors, Switched reluctance motor, Hysteresis Motors, Universal Motors, Permanent magnet Type Brushless dc motor.

UNIT 5 ENCLOSURES AND COOLING METHODS (periods=8)

Enclosures for motors, Types of insulations and causes of insulation failure, Temperature rise, Methods of cooling.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

H Cotton: ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

J Hindmarsh: ELECTRIC MACHINES & THEIR APPLICATIONS PS Bhimbra: GENERALIZED THEORY OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Veinot Martin: FRACTIONAL AND SUB-FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER MOTORS DO Kelly & Simmons: INTRODUCTION TO GENERALIZED MOTORS

Kosow: ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Fitzerland & Kingsley: ELECTRICAL MACHINES

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Electrical Machines Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-3

4 credits 1.5

5 Course number EEM504

6 Status (category ) Core (streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Prof. A K Saxena 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical Exposure of machines

Course Number: EEM504, Course Title: ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session: 2002-03

Total Credits: 1.5,Total pds.(55 mts each)/week: 3 (L:0+T:0+P:3+S:0) Min. pds./sem.: 39 List of Experiments:

1. To perform load test on 3 Induction motor and to plot the following characteristics (a) Efficiency- output (b) Stator current-output (c) Speed-output (d) P.F.-output.

2. To perform no-load and blocked rotor test on 3 induction motor and to draw circle diagram.

3. To perform speed control of a separately excited dc motor.

4. To determine the regulation of alternator by synchronous impedance method.

5. To determine efficiency of dc machine by Hopkinson’s test.

6. To connect two single phase transformer in (open delta) to verify that output is a true 2 phase.

Scott connection and hence to verify that the output voltage are 90 apart.

7. To perform open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer and to determine parameters of equivalent circuit.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Analog Electronics

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM505

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Exposure to analog electronic systems

Course Number: EEM505, Course Title: ANALOG ELECTRONICS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 39 UNIT 1: BJT MODELS AND CIRCUITS (periods=8)

BJT Large signal model & characteristics. Biasing circuits for BJT.Bias stability. Small signal models for BJT and at low & high frequencies. Early Effect.Current mirror principle.Analysis of Simple and Widlar current sources. Power Amplifiers fundamentals: Class-A, Class-AB, Class-B, Amplifier Analysis. Specification of Power Transistors, Thermal Derating.

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UNIT 2: REVIEW OF MOSFET FUNDAMENTALS (periods=8)

MOSFET: VDS-IDS Characteristics derivation. Threshold voltage. Channel length modulation. MOSFET capacitances.Biasing circuits. Analysis of common-source, common-drain & common gate amplifiers using small signal models at low & high frequencies. CMOS fundamentals: Analysis of CMOS current sources.

UNIT 3: SINGLE AND MULTIPLE TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS (periods=8)

Two post modeling of transistors. Different configurations of BJT and MOS amplifiers Multiple Transistor Circuits Darlington, Cascade Configuration.Differential pair DC. Transfer characteristic of differential pair, small signal analysis of balanced differential pair.

UNIT 4: FEEDBACK & OSCILLATORS (periods=8)

Feedback: Series-Shunt Feedback, Shunt-Shunt Feedback, Shunt-Series Feedback, Series-Series Feedback, Feedback Circuit Analysis using Return Ratio. Phase Shift and Wien-Bridge Oscillators.

LC oscillators.

UNIT 5: BIPOLAR, MOS FABRICATION (periods=8)

Introduction, Basic Processes in IC fabrication.High voltage bipolar IC fabrication.Passive components in bipolar ICs.MOS IC fabrication.Passive components in MOS. BICMOS technology.Packaging consideration of ICs.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Gray, Meyer et.al: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS.

Johns & Martin: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS.

Schilling & Belove: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS-DISCRETE AND INTEGRATED.

RC Jaeger: MICRO-ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT DESIGN

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Digital Systems

3 L-T-P Structure 3-0-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM506

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-V 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. Sushobhit Singh 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning of basics of Digital Electronics Course Number: EEM506, Course Title: DIGITAL SYSTEMS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 3 (L:3+T:0+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: COMBINATIONAL SYSTEMS [8 pds]

Review of Boolean Algebra, logic gates. Minimization: Quine-McCluskey Method. Design of Combinationl Systems such as Comparators, Incrementers etc., using Gate Networks.Design using Standard Combonational Modules such as Encoders, Decoders, Multiplexers and Demultiplexers.Shifters, Barrel Shifters.Programmable Logic Modules-PLAs, PALs and FPGAs.

UNIT 2: ARITHMETIC COMBINATIONAL MODULES [8 pds]

Fixed Point and Floating Point Arithmetic. Half Adders and Full Adders Ckts. Carry Ripple and Carry- Look-Ahead (CLA) modules.Network of Adder modules.Addition and Subtraction of Signed Integers in Twos Complement. ALU, Comparators, Multiplier Circuits.

UNIT 3: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS AND REGISTER TRANSFER [8 pds]

Flip-Flops, Registers. State Diagrams. Various types of Counters (Ripple, Synchronous, Johnson, Ring, Presettable), Design of Counters and Sequence Detectors.Tri-state Logic and Register Transfers via Bus. Register Transfer & Micro Operations.

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UNIT 4: INTERGRATED CIRCUIT LOGIC FAMILIES [8 pds]

Digital IC Terminology: Fan-in, Fan-out, Propagation Delays, Effect of Loading, Power Dalay Product.

The TTL Logic Family and its Variants, their Salient Features, Totem Pole and Open Collector Outputs-Wired OR, Wired and Connections. MOS Ics- Basic Characteristics, MOS Gates.CMOS Inverter Characteristics.Complex CMOS Gates Transmission Gates.Transmission Gate-its uses.ECL Family and its Basic Features.

UNIT 5: MEMORIES [8 pds]

General Concepts, Terminology, Operations and Organization, ROMs-their Types, Architecture, Timings, Applications.Flash Memory.RAM, Architecture and Timings.Static RAM Organization of Large Memories.Dynamic RAM-structure and Operation, Refreshing Scheme.Basic Computer Organization.Instruction Codes.Stored Program Organization.Addressing Modes. Computer Registers. Instructions Timing & Control Unit.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

TOCCI: INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEM;

Morris Mano: COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE

Ercegovac, Lang & Moreno et.al.:INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEM

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering (for Mech.Engg)

2 Course Title Electrical Technology

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM507

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K Janardan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Exposure of electrical technology to

students of Mechanical Engineering Course Number: EEM507, Course Title: ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: DC MOTOR (periods=8)

Armature reaction, methods to eliminate undesirable effects of armature reaction.Commutation, resistance commutation, reactance voltage.Starting of DC motor, three point and four point starters, Speed control of DC motor.

UNIT 2: TRANSFORMERS (periods=8)

Types, difference between distribution and power transformers. Three phase connections, Parallel operation, and concept of transformer harmonics. Brief idea about cooling methods.

UNIT 3: INDUCTION MOTOR (periods=8)

No load and blocked rotor test, starting methods, methods of speed control, crawling, Double cage induction motor, Applications.

UNIT 4: FRACTIONAL HORSE POWER (FHP) MOTORS (periods=8)

Single Phase Induction Motor, Shaded pole motor, Reluctance motor, Hysteresis motor operation and applications.

UNIT 5: SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES (periods=8)

Types, constructional details, emf equation, synchronous reactance, voltage regulation-synchronous impedance method, Power angle characteristics. Power factor improvement.V-curve Applications.

SUGGESTED READING:

MG Say: ELECTRICAL MACHINERY H Cotton: ELECTRICAL MACHINE SK Pillai: ELECTRICAL DRIVES

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering (for Mech. Engg)

2 Course Title Electrical Technology Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-2

4 credits 1

5 Course number EEM508

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. K Janardan 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical Exposure of Machine

characteristics

Course Number: EEM508, Course Title: ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 2 (L:0+T:0+P:2+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 26 List of experiments:

1. To study To study the Manetization or open circuit characteristics of separately exited D.C.

generator and to trace the Hysteresis loop

2. the operation of a D.C. shunt motor starter and to find the variation in speed of a D.C. shunt motor by (I) Field control (ii) Armature resistance control

3. To study the drum controller and draw the Speed-Torque characteristics at different notches of drum controller of a D.C. Traction motor.

4. To find the efficiency of a single phase Transformer by open circuit and short circuit tests.

5. To find the efficiency of a D.C. motor by Indirect Method (Swinburn’s Test) 6. To study the parallel operation of two single phase Transformer.

7. To perform no load and block rotor tests on three phase Induction motor and to determine efficiency.

8. To synchronize two three phase 230 volts, 50 Hz Alternator.

9. To determine the Regulation of Alternator by Synchronous Impedance Method.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Analog ICs & Systems

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM511

6 Status (category ) Core (Streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Prerequisite for electronic design

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Course Number: EEM511, Course Title: ANALOG ICs & SYSTEMS

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem: 40 UNIT 1: D. C. POWER SUPPLY DESIGN (8 pds)

Conventional D. C. Power Supply Rectifier & filter design zener based regulators. Analog I. C.

Regulators Switching regulators. Switched mode power supply design. High voltage D. C. Circuits.

UNIT 2: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS AND OP AMP BASED DESIGN (8 pds)

Analysis of differential amplifier, current mirror, Widlar and Wilson current mirror, Low current biasing supply independent biasing.Op-amp specifications and design of simple functional blocks using of op- amp.

UNIT 3: SPECIAL PURPOSE ANALOG ICs AND CIRCUIT DESIGN BASED ON THEM (8 pds) 555 timer I.C. Audio-amplifier IC.Operational transconductance Amplifier (OTA) based circuits.

UNIT 4: FILTER DESIGN (8 pds)

Approximations: Butterworth & Chebyshev. Active, R-C Filter Design, switched-capacitor principles and design of switched capacitor filter.

UNIT 5: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIER BASED NON-LINEAR CIRCUITS (8 pds)

Precision Rectifiers, voltage to frequency converters, Analog multipliers. Amplitude stabilization circuits for oscillators.

SUGGESTED READING:

Gayakwad: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS

Sidney Sodof: APPLICATIONS OF ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Analog ICs & Systems Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-2

4 credits 1

5 Course number EEM512

6 Status (category ) Core (streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Dr. GSS Babu 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Practical exposure to ICs

Course Number: EEM512, Course Title: ANALOG ICs & SYSTEMS LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 2 (L:0+T:0+P:2+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 26

1. Design of analog systems using the procedures discussed in theory and their implementation.

2. SPICE Simulation of Circuits.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Computer Architecture

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM513

6 Status (category ) Core (streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. V Prem Prakash 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Introduction to computer architecture

design principles

Course Number: EEM513, Course Title: COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 3, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION (8 pds)

Evolution of Computers, Stored program concept, Generation of computers, Types of Computer systems. Comparison of various computers, measures for comparison of various systems, performance criteria, problems in specifying performance.

UNIT 2: ARITHMETIC UNIT (8 pds)

Serial and parallel arithmetic unit. Carry look ahead circuits. Realisation of Binary multiplication and division.Algorithms of fast arithmetic operations.

UNIT 3: MEMORY UNIT (8 pds)

Memory device characteristics, Classification and various types of memories and their properties.Concept of memory hierarchy-need and utility.Design of IC RAMs, 2D and 2.5 D memories, Implementation of ROMs.Virtual memory concept. Design objectives. Address mapping. Memory protection schemes.Interleaved memories. Cache Memories – types and organization. Memory management hardware.

UNIT 4: I/O SUBSYSTEM (8 pds)

Addressing of I/O devices, data transfer, synchronisation, interrupt handling, I/O interfaces, I/O channels.

UNIT 5: CPU CONTROL UNIT (8 pds)

CPU organization, Internal structure of the CPU, Register organization, Instruction cycle, Instruction pipelining, Interrupts, processor organization. Microinstructions, Microprogrammed control units, microprogram sequencing, microinstructions with next address field, prefetching of microinstructions.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND DESIGN PATTERSON AND HENNESEY: 2nd Edition, Morgan Kaufmann, 1998.

Heuring And Jordan: COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE, Prentice – Hall of India.

W. Stallings: COMPUTER ORGANISATION AN ARCHITECTURE, Maxwell Macmillan International edition.

J.P. Hayes: COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE AND ORGANISATION.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Advanced Programming Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-2

4 credits 1

5 Course number EEM514

6 Status (category ) Core (streamwise)

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre NO 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. V Prem Prakash 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning JAVA programming

Course Number: EEM514, Course Title: ADVANCED PROGRAMMING LAB.

Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major Course, Approved since session: 2015-16 Total Credits: 1, Periods (55 mts. each)/week: 2 (L:0+T:0+P:2+S:0), Min.pds./sem.: 26

1. Write a program in Java to sort strings in ascending order. User should be prompted to enter the input strings.

2. Print a table that lists the values of the powers xy for all x between 1 and 10 and y between 1 and 8 with all the columns neatly lined up.

3. Write a program in Java to read all the characters of an input file and write them to an output file after capitalizing each character.

4. Use a HashMap to store the names of bank depositors and their current account balances. (Add some entries). Now display all the balances in the hash table along with the depositor’s name.

Modify the balance of one of your entries and display.

5. Write a Java applet that enables the user to make free hand drawing with the mouse.

6. Write Java applets to draw the following geometric shapes (a) a hollow ellipse

(b) a filled ellipse

(c) a hollow ellipse in a filled rectangle

7. Write a Java applet that displays a control button and runs as follows. Initially, the label on the button is “Click Me”. When the mouse moves from outside and enters the component, the button label changes to “Go Away”. When the mouse moves out of the button, the button label changes to “Stay Here”. If the button is clicked, then the label is “Clickes”.

8. How can parameters be passed to an applet? Pass a string parameter “Hello world” which is to be displayed at the center of the window.

9. Write a Java applet that asks the user to enter numbers from the user and prints the average, smallest and largest of the numbers.

10. Write an applet in Java that displays HAPPY BIRTHDAY continuously. The text should give the illusion to the user that it is continuously moving. Also display ‘moving text’ in place of ‘applet started’.

11. Create a frame in Java that looks like a chess board.

12. Write a Java program to create an applet that contains the following GUI components (i) a button with ok on it (ii) a checkbox labeled as SHOW (iii) a label with heading ‘Name’ (iv) a list displaying three items ‘itemone’, ‘itemtwo’ and ‘itemthree’ (v) a horizontal scrollbar (vi) a textfield with text JAVA written in it. (vii) A text area of size 530 with ‘JAVAGUI’ written in it.

13. Write a Java applet for loading and displaying an image ‘logo.gif’ assuming that it is present in your current working directory.

14. Write a Java program for handling mouse events.

15. Write a Java program for creating multiple threads.

16. Write a Java program that lets users create Pie charts. Design your own user interface (Use Swings & AWT)

17. Write a Java program that allows the user to draw lines, rectangles and OU.als.

18. Write a Java program that implements a simple client/server application. The client sends data to a server. The server receives the data, uses it to produce a result, and then sends the result back to the client. The client displays the result on the console. For ex: The data sent from the client is the radius of a circle, and the result produces by the server is the area of the circle.

19. Write a Java program that illustrates run time polymorphism.

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COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

3 L-T-P Structure 3-1-0

4 credits 3

5 Course number EEM601

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-VI 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Prof. D. Bhagwan Das 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning about programming and

peripherals of 8085

Course Number: EEM601, Course Title: MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCONTROLLERS Class: B.Tech., Status of Course: Major, Approved since session 2015-16

Total Credits: 3, Total pds. (55 mts each)/week: 4 (L:3+T:1+P:0+S:0)Min. pds./sem.: 40 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION (periods=8)

Concept of Bus Organised Computers,SAP-1 and Architecture of 8085, Functional Block Diagram, Pin Diagram, Machine Cycles and Timing Diagram Memory interfacing.

UNIT 2 ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING (periods=8)

Addressing Modes, Instruction Set, Development of Assembly Language Programs.

UNIT 3 INTERRUPTS AND INTERFACING (periods=8)

Interrupts in 8085. Types of Interrupts, Interrupt Servicing, Multiple Interrupt Requests and their Handling, Programmable Interrupt Controller 8259A.

I/O Interfacing- Memory Mapped I/O and I/O Mapped I/O. 8255 Programmable Peripheral Interface.

UNIT 4 DMA AND USART (periods=8)

Direct Memory Access, Need for DMA and 8257 DMA Controller.

Serial Data Transfer, USART8251.

UNIT 5 MICROCONTRROLLERS (periods=8)

Architecture of 8051, Memory Organisation, Addressing Modes, Instruction Set, Simple Programs.

8051 Interput Structures, Timer and Serial Functions, Parallel Port Features, Power Control Features.

SUGGESTED READINGS:

Gaonkar R.S.: “Microprocessor Architecture Programming and Applications with 8085”, 3rd Edition Penram International Publishing House.

Kenneth L. Short: - “Microprocessors and Programmed Logic.” second edition, PHI.

Kanneth J.Ayala: - “The 8051Microcontroller Architecture, Programming and Applications, "Second Edition, Thomson.

Malvino & Brown: -“Digital Computer Electronics.” 3rd Edition, TMH.

COURSE-TEMPLETE

1 Department proposing the course Electrical Engineering

2 Course Title Microprocessors Lab

3 L-T-P Structure 0-0-3

4 credits 1.5

5 Course number EEM602

6 Status (category ) Core

7 Status vis-à-vis other courses

7.1 Overlap with UG/PG course of Dept./centre B.Tech (Part Time) Sem-VI 7.2 Overlap with UG/PG course of other Dept./centre NO

8 Frequency of offering Semesterwise

9 Faculty who will teach the course Sh. Gaurav Pratap Rana 10 Will the course require visiting faculty NO

11 Course objective Learning of microprocessor

programming

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