Tuesday, December 14, 2010

syllabus of kUK ENGG civil 7TH

7th SEM



B. Tech. VII Semester (Civil)
CE-401E DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTUTRES-II
L T P/D Total Max.Marks: 100
4 - - 4 Theory: 100 marks
Duration: 4 hrs.
UNIT-I
Continuous Beams:
Basic assumptions, Moment of inertia, settlements, Modification of moments, maximum moments and shear, beams curved in plan-analysis for torsion, redistribution of moments for single and multi-span beams, design examples.
Prestressed Concrete:
Basic principles, classification of prestressed members, various prestressing systgems, losses in prestress, initial and final stress conditions, analysis and design of sections for flexure and shear, load balancing concept, I:S:Specifications .
End blocks-Analysis of stresses, Magnel's method, Guyon's method, Bursting and spalling stresses, design examples.
UNIT-II
Flat slabs and staircases:
Advantages of flat slabs, general design considerations, approximate direct design method, design of flat slabs, openings in flat slab, design of various types of staircases, design examples.
Foundations:
Combined footings, raft foundation, design of pile cap and piles, under-reamed piles, design examples.
UNIT-III
Water Tanks, Silos and Bunkers:
Estimation of Wind and earthquake forces, design requirements, rectangular and cylindrical underground and overhead tanks, Intze tanks, design considerations, design examples.
Silos and Bunkers-Various theories, Bunkers with sloping bottoms and with high side walls, battery of bunkers, design examples.
UNIT-IV
Building Frames:
Introduction, Member stiffnesses, Loads, Analysis for vertical and lateral loads, Torsion in buildings, Ductility of beams, design and detailing for ductility, design examples.
Yield Line Theory:
Basic assumptions, Methods of analysis, yield line patterns and failure mechanisms, analysis of one way and two way rectangular and non-rectangular slabs, effect of top corner steel in square slabs, design examples.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1.
Plain and Reinforced Concrete, Vol.2, Jai Krishna & O.P.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros.,Roorkee.
2.
Pre-Stressed Concrete, N.Krishna Raju, TMH Pub.,N,.Delhi.
3.
Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures, T.Y.Lin, John Wiley & Sons., N.Delhi.
4.
Reinforced Concrete-Limit StaTge Design, A.K.Jain, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee.
5.
IS 1343-1980,IS Code of Practice for Prestressed Concrete.
6.
IS 3370-1976(Part I to IV), Indian Standard Code of Practice for Liquid Retaining Structures.
7.
IS 456-2000, Indian Standard of Practice for Plain and Reinforced Concrete, IS 1893, 4326 & 13920 Indian Standard Code of Practice for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures.
B. Tech. VII Semester (Civil)
CE-403 E IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-II
L T P/D Total Max.Marks: 150
3 1 - 4 Theory: 100 marks
Sessionals: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Regulation works:
Canal falls-necessity and location, development of falls, design of cistern element, roughening devices, design of Sarda type fall, and design of straight Glacis fall. Off-take alignment, cross-regulator and distributory, head regulators, devices to control silt entry into the off-taking channel and silt ejector, canal escapes, types of escapes.
UNIT-II
Cross drainage works:
Classification and their selection, hydraulic design aspects of aqueducts, syphon aqueducts, super passage, canal syphon and level crossing, design of transitions.
Diversion canal headworks:
Various components and their functions, layout plan, selection of site for diversion headworks, Bligh's creep theory, Khosla's method of independent variables, use of Khosla's curves, various corrections, silt excluders.
UNIT-III
Storage Headworks:
Types of dams, selection of a site, gravity dam-two dimensional design, forces acting, stability criterion, elementary profile of a dam, cutoffs and drainage galleries, arch dams-constant angle and constant radius arch dam, simple design and sketchs, most economical angle, Earth dam, design principles, seepage through earth dams, seepage line, control of seepage, design of filters.
UNIT-IV
Spillways and Energy Dissipaters:
Essential requirements of spillway and spillway's capacity, types of spillways and their suitability, Ogee spillways, chute, side channel, shaft and syphon spillways, energy dissipation below spillways, stilling basins, USBR and I.S. Stilling Basins.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1
Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engineering by P.N.Modi.
2
Fundamentals on Irrigation Engineering by Bharat Singh.
3
Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures by S.K.Garg.
4
Theory and Design of Irrigation Structures Vol.I & II by R.S.Varshney, Gupta & Gupta.
B. Tech. (Civil) VII Semester
CE - 405E Transportation Engineering - II
L T P/D Total Max. Marks: 150
3 1 - 4 Theory: 100 Marks
Sessional: 50 Marks
Duration: 3 Hours
UNIT-I
Design of Flexible Pavements:
Types of pavements. Flexible and rigid pavements. Components of a pavement and their functions. Factors affecting design of pavements. Design of thickness of a flexible pavement by Group Index method, CBR method (including latest IRC guidelines), riaxial method and Burmister’s method.
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Design Of Rigid Pavements:
Westergaard’s theory, critical locations of loading, load and temperature stresses. Critical combination of stresses. IRC guidelines for determination of thickness of a rigid pavement. Joints: requirements, types, patterns. Spacing of expansion and contraction joints. Functions of dowel and tie bars.
UNIT-II
Highway Construction : Non-Bituminous Pavements:
Brief introduction to earthwork machinery: shovel, hoe, clamshell, dragline, bulldozers. Principles of field compaction of subgrade. Compacting equipments. Granular roads. Construction steps of WBM. WMM. Construction of cement concrete pavements. Slip-form pavers. Basic concepts of the following: soil stabilized roads, use of geo-synthetics, reinforced cement concrete pavements, prestress concrete pavements, roller compacted oncrete pavements and fibre reinforced concrete pavements.
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Construction of Bituminous Pavements:
Various types of bituminous constructions. Prime coat, tack coat, seal coat and surface dressing. Construction of BUSG, Premix carpet, BM, DBM and AC. Brief coverage of machinery for costruction of bituminous roads: bitumen boiler, sprayer, pressure distributer, hot-mix plant, cold-mix plant, tipper trucks, mechanical paver or finisher, rollers. Mastic asphalt. Introduction to various IRC and MOST specifications.
UNIT-III
Highway Maintenance:
Pavement failures. Maintenance operations. Maintenance of WBM, bituminous surfaces and cement concrete pavements. Pavement evaluation. Benkleman beam. Introduction to arious types of overlays.
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Highway Drainage and Hill Roads:
Surface drainage: types, brief design. Types of sub-surface drainage. Special characteristics of hill roads: geometrics, hair pin bends, construction of hill roads, drainage of hill roads, maintenance problems of hill roads
UNIT-IV
Highway Economics and Finance
Need of economic evaluation. Highway user benefits and costs. Methods of economic evaluation: benefit cost ratio method, net present value method, internal rate of return method, comparison. Highway finance.
Tunnels
Sections of tunnels: advantages, limitations and suitability of each section. Shaft. Pilot tunnel. Driving tunnel in rocks: sequence of construction operations, full face method, heading and bench method, drift method. Driving tunnels in soft ground: sequence of onstruction operations, needle beam method, shield tunneling, compressed air tunneling.
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Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
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ecommended Books
1.
Highway Engg by S.K.Khanna & C.E.G. Justo, Nem Chand Bros., Roorkee.
2.
Principles and Practice of Highway Engg. by L.R.Kadiyali, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.
3.
Principles of Pavement Design by Yoder,E.J & Witczak,M.W., John Wiley and Sons, USA.
4.
Tunnel Engineering by S.C.Saxena, Dhanpat Rai Publications, N.Delhi.
5.
A text book of Tunnel, Bridges and Railway Engg. by S.P.Bindra, Dhanpat Rai Delhi.
B. Tech. (Civil) VII Semester
CE-407E SEWERAGE AND SEWAGE TREATMENT
L T P/D Total Max. Marks: 150
2 1 - 3 Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 2 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Collection of sewage:
Importance of sanitation, Systems of sewerage – separate, combined and partially separate. Quantity of sanitary sewage and variations. Shapes of sewer – circular and egg shaped. Design of sewers, self-cleansing velocity and slopes, Construction and testing of sewer lines. Sewer materials. joints and appurtenances.
UNIT-II
Sewage Characterization:
Quality parameters- BOD, COD, Solids, D.O., Oil & Grease. Indian Standards for disposal of effluents into inland surface sources and on land.
UNIT-III
Sewage Treatment:
Objectives, sequence and efficiencies of conventional treatment units. Preliminary treatment, screening and grit removal units. Theory and design aspects of primary treatment, secondary treatment- activated sludge process & its modifications, Tricking filter, sludge digestion and drying beds.
Stabilization pond, aerated lagoon, UASB process , septic tank and Imhoff tank.
UNIT-IV
Disposal of Sewage:
Disposal of sewage by dilution – self-purification of streams. Sewage disposal by irrigation (sewage treatment).
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Recommended Books:
1.
Waste Water Engineering: Metcalf and Eddy.
2.
Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S.K. Garg.
3.
Sewage and Sewage Treatment: S.R. Krishansagar.
4.
Waste Water Engineering: B.C. Punmia.
5.
Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev., New Delhi.
B. Tech. VII Semester (Civil)
CE-409E CONCRETE STRUCTURES-II(DRAWING)
L T P/D Total Max. Marks: 75
- - 3 3 Pract.: 25 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
Preparing drawing sheets showing reinforcement details in case of:
1.
Flat slabs
2.
Underground and Overhead Water Tanks.
3.
Combined Footings, Pile Foundations, Raft foundation.
4.
T-Beam Bridge.
5.
Silo/Bunker.
B. Tech. VII Semester (Civil)
CE-411E IRRIGATION ENGINEERING DESIGN & DRAWING
L T P/D Total Max. Marks: 75
- - 3 3 Sessional: 50 marks
Viva-voce: 25 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
Complete design and drawing of the following:
1
Design of weirs and barrages on permeable foundation for surface and sub surface flow conditions.
2
Design of Guide Banks.
3
Flood Routing using step by step method.
4
Design of Syphon Aqueduct.
5
Design of Sarda type fall & sloping glacis fall.
6
Seepage line in a homogeneous earth dams on impermeable foundation with horizontal drainage.
7
Design of Ogee Spillway and stilling basin.
Note: Emphasis would be given to the computer aided designs of some of above structures.

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kurukshetra university 6th sem civil engg syllabus

6th SEM
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-302E DESIGN OF STEEL

STRUCTURES-II
L T P/D Total Max.Marks: 150
3 - 2 5 Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs,
UNIT-I
Elementary Plastic Analysis and Design:
Introduction, Scope of plastic analysis, ultimate load carrying capacity of tension members and compression members, flexural members, shape factor, mechanisms, plastic collapse, analysis, plastic analysis applied to steel beams and simple portal frames and design.
UNIT-II
Design of Water Tanks:
Introduction, permissible stresses, design of circular, rectangular and pressed steel tanks including staging.
Design of Steel Stacks:
Introduction, various loads to be considered for the design of steel stacks, design of steel stacks including foundation.
UNIT-III
Towers:
Transmission line towers, microwave towers, Design loads, classification, design procedure and specification.
Cold Formed Sections:
Introduction and brief description of various types of cold formed sections, local buckling, concepts of effective width and effective sections, elements with stiffeners, design of compression and bending elements.
UNIT-IV
Industrial Buildings:
Loads, general arrangement and stability, design considerations, design of purlins, design of roof trusses, industrial building frames, bracings and stepped columns.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1.
Design of Steel Structures, A.S.Arya & J.L.Ajmani, Nem Chand & Bros., Roorkee.
2.
Design of Steel Structures, P.Dayartnam, Wheeler Pub. Allahabad.
3.
Design of Steel Structures, Gaylord & Gaylord, McGraw Hill, Newyork/International Students Edn., Toyo Kogakusha, Tokyo.
4.
IS:800-1984, Indian Standard Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel.
5.
IS-801-1975, Indian Standard Code of Practice for Use of Cold formed light gauge steel structural members in general building construction.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-304E IRRIGATION ENGINEERING-I
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:150
3 2 - 5 Theory: 100 marks
Sessionals: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Introduction:
Irrigation-necessity, advantages, disadvantages, impact of irrigation on human environment , need and development of irrigation in India, crops and crop seasons, ideal cropping pattern and high yielding varieties of crops.
Soil-water relationship and irrigation methods:
Soil-water relationship, root zone soil water, infiltration, consumptive use, field capacity, wilting point, available moisture in soil, GCA, CCA, intensity of irrigation, delta, base period, Kor depth, core period, frequency of irrigation, duty of water, relation between delta, duty and base period, irrigation requirement, flooding methods, border strip method, check basin and furrow method, assessment of irrigation water, sprinkler irrigation, favorable conditions, sprinkler systems, hydraulics of sprinkler irrigation, planning, design and maintenance of sprinkler systems, drip irrigation-components parts, advantages and limitations, suitability of drip irrigation.
UNIT-II
Canal irrigation:
Component of canal distribution system, alignment of channels, losses in irrigation channels, design discharge, silt theories and design of alluvial channels, comparison of Kennedy's and Lacey's theories, canal section and design procedure, Garrets and Lacey's diagrams.
UNIT-III
Water logging and land reclamation:
Water logging-effects, causes and measures of prevention, lining of irrigation channels, types of lining, design of lined channel land drainage, open drains, design considerations, advantages of tile drains, depth of tile drains, layout of closed drains, discharge and spacing of closed drains, diameter of tile drain, outlets for tile drains, maintenance of tile drains, purpose of land reclamation and methods of land reclamation.
UNIT-IV
River Training:
Classification of rivers, river training and its objectives, classification of river training works, methods of river training, marginal embankments, guidebanks, spurs, cutoffs, bank pitching and launching apron.
Canal outlets:
Classification, requirements of a good outlet, design of pipe, APM and open flume outlet, flexibility proportionality, setting and sensitivity of outlet.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1
Irrigation, Water Resources and Water Power Engg. by P.N.Modi.
2
Fundamentals on Irrigation Engg. by Bharat Singh.
3
Irrigation Engg & Hydraulic Structures by S.K.Garg.
4
Irrigation Engg. by S.K.Sharma.
5
Irrigation-Theory & Practice by A.M. Michael.
6
Irrigation – Theory & Practice by G.L. Asawa
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-306E WATER RESOURCES & SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:150
3 2 - 5 Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Water Resources Planning:
Role of water in national development, assessment of water resources, planning process, environmental consideration in planning, system analysis in water planning, some common problems in project planning, functional requirements in multipurpose projects, multipurpose planning, basinwise planning, long term planning.
Reservoir planning-dependable yield, sedimentation in reservoir, reservoir capacity, empirical-area reduction method.
UNIT-II
Economic and Financial Analysis:
Meaning and nature of economic theory, micro and macro economics, the concept of equilibrium, equivalence of kind, equivalence of time and value, cost benefit, discounting factors and techniques, conditions for project optimality, cost benefit analysis, cost allocation, separable and non-separable cost, alternate justifiable and remaining benefit methods, profitability analysis.
UNIT-III
Water Resources Systems Engineering:
Concept of system's engineering, optimal policy analysis, simulation and simulation modeling, nature of water resources system, analog simulation, limitations of simulation, objective function, production function, optimality condition, linear, non-linear and dynamic programming, applications to real time operations of existing system, hydrologic modeling and applications of basic concepts.
UNIT-IV
Applications of System Approach in Water Resources:
Applications of system engineering in practical problems like hydrology, irrigation and drainage engineering, distribution network, mathematical models for forecasting and other water resources related problems.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1
Water Resources Engineering by Linseley and Franzini
2
Economics of Water Resources Engineering by James and Lee.
3
Optimisation Theory and Applications by S.S.Roy
4
Water Resources Systems Planning & Economics by R.S.Varshney.
5
Operational Research-An Introduction by Hamdy A.Taha.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-308E GEOTECHNOLOGY-II
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:150
3 2 - 5 Theory: 100 marks
Sessionals: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Earth Dams:
Introduction, types of sections, earth dam foundations, causes of failure and criteria for safe design, control of seepage through the embankment, control of seepage through the foundation, drainage of foundations, criterion for filter design. Introduction to rock fill dams.
Stability of slopes:
Causes of failure, factors of safety, stability analysis of slopes-total stress analysis, effective stress analysis, stability of infinite slopes types of failures of finite slopes, analysis of finite slopes-mass procedure, method of slices, effect of pore pressure, Fellinius method to locate center of most critical slip circle, friction circle method, Tayler's stability number, slope stability of earth dam during steady seepage, during sudden draw down and during and at the end of construction.
UNIT-II
Braced Cuts:
Depth of unsupported vertical cut, sheeting and bracing for deep excavation, movements associated with sheeting and bracing, modes of failure of braced cuts, pressure distribution behind sheeting.
Cofferdams:
Introduction, types of cofferdams, design and lateral stability of braced cofferdams, design data for Cellular cofferdams, stability analysis of cellular cofferdams on soil and rock, inter-lock stresses.
UNIT-III
Cantilever Sheet Piles:
Purpose of sheet piles, cantilever sheet piles, depth of embedment in granular soils-rigorous method, simplified procedure, cantilever sheet pile, penetrating clay and limiting height of wall.
Anchored Bulkheads:
Methods of design, free earth support method in cohesionless and cohesive soils, fixed earth support method in cohesionless soils-Blum's equivalent beam method.
UNIT-IV
Soil Stabilization:
Soil improvement, shallow compaction, mechanical treatment, use of admixtures, lime stabilization, cement stabilization, lime fly ash stabilization, dynamic compaction and consolidation, Bituminous stabilization, chemical stabilization, pre-compression, lime pile and column, stone column, grouting, reinforced earth.
Basics of Machine Foundations:
Terminology, characteristics elements of a vibratory systems, analysis of vibratory motions of a single degree freedom system-undamped free vibrations, undamped forced
vibrations, criteria for satisfactory action of a machine foundation, degrees of a freedom of a block foundation, Barken's soil spring constant, Barken's method of a determining natural frequency of a block foundation subjected to vertical oscillations.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books Recommended:
1
Analysis and Design of Foundation and Retaining Structures by S. Prakash, Gopal Ranjan & S.Saran, Sarita Prakashan.
2
Analysis and Design of Sub Structures by Swami Saran, IBH Oxford
3
Basic and Applied Soil Mechanics by Gopal Ranjan and ASR Rao, Newage Int.Pub.
4
Soil Dynamic by Shamsher Prakash, McGraw Hill
5
Foundation Design by Teng, Prentice Hall
6
Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering by Bharat Singh, Shamsher Prakash, Nem Chand & Bros, Roorkee.
7
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering by Alam Singh
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-310E TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING -I
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:150
3 1 - 4 Theory:100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
UNIT-I
Introduction:
Transportation and its importance. Different modes of transportation. Brief review of history of road development in India and abroad: Roman, Tresagne, Telford and Macadam constructions. Road patterns. Classification of roads, Objectives of highway planning, Planning surveys. Saturation system of planning.
Highway Plans, Highway Alignment and Surveys:
Main features of 20 years road development plans in India. Requirements of an ideal highway alignment. Factors affecting alignment. Surveys for highway alignment.
UNIT-II
Cross Section Elements and Sight Distance Considerations:
Cross section elements: friction, carriageway, formation width, land width, camber, IRC recommended values. Types of terrain Design speed. Sight distance, stopping sight distance, overtaking sight distance, overtaking zones, intermediate sight distance, sight distance at intersections, head light sight distance, set back distance. Critical locations for sight distance.
Design Of Horizontal and Vertical Alignment:
Effects of centrifugal force. Design of superelevation. Providing superelevation in the field. Radius of circular curves. Extra-widening. Type and length of transition curves. Gradient, types, values. Summit curves and valley curves, their design criterion. Grade compensation on curves.
UNIT-III
Traffic Characteristics And Traffic Surveys:
Road user and vehicular characteristics. Traffic studies such as volume, speed and O & D study. Parking and accident studies. Fundamental diagram of traffic flow. Level of service. PCU. Capacity for non-urban roads. Causes and preventive measures for road accidents.
Traffic Control Devices:
Traffic control devices: signs, signals, markings and islands. Types of signs. Types of signals. Design of an isolated fixed time signal by IRC method. Intersections at grade and grade separated intersections. Design of a rotary. Types of grade separated intersections.
UNIT-IV
Highway Materials:Soil And Aggregates:
Subgrade soil evaluation: CBR test, plate bearing test. Desirable properties of aggregates. Various tests, testing procedures and IRC/IS specification for suitability of aggregates. Proportioning of aggregates for road construction by trial and error and Routhfuch method.
Bituminous Materials and Bituminous Mixes:
Types of bituminous materials: bitumen, tar, cutback and emulsions. Various tests, testing procedures and IRS/IS specifications for suitability of bituminous materials in road construction. Bituminous mix, desirable properties. Marshall' method of mix design. Basic concept of use of polymers and rubber modified bitumen in bituminous mixes.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1.
Highway Engg. by S.K.Khanna & C.E.G.Justo, Nem Chand & Bros,Roorkee.
2.
Principles of Transportation and Highway Engg. by G.V.Rao,Tata McGraw Hill
Pub., N.Delhi.
3.
Traffic Engg. And Transport Planning by L.R.Kadiyali,Khanna Pub.Delhi.
4.
Traffic Engg. by Matson, T.M.,Smith,W.S. and Hurd,P.W.McGraw Hill Book
Co., New York.
B. Tech. (Civil) VI Semester
CE 312E WATER SUPPLY AND TREATMENT
L T P/D T Max. Marks: 150
3 1 - 4 Theory: 100 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 Hours
UNIT-I
Water Quantity:
Importance and necessity of water supply scheme. Water demands and its variations. Estimation of total quantity of water requirement. Population forecasting. Quality and quantity of surface and ground water sources. Selection of a source of water supply. Types of intakes.
UNIT-II
Water Quality:
Impurities in water and their sanitary significance. Physical, chemical and bacteriological analysis of water. Water quality standards.
UNIT-III
Water Treatment:
Objectives, treatment processes and their sequence in conventional treatment plant, sedimentation – plain and aided with coagulation. Types, features and design aspects. Mixing basins and Flocculation units. Filtration – mechanism involved, types of filters, slow and rapid sand filtration units (features and design aspects). Disinfection principles and aeration.
UNIT-IV
Water Distribution:
Distribution system – Gravity system, Pumping System, Dual system, Layout of Distribution System – Dead End System, Grid Iron System, Ring System, Radial System, their merits and demerits. Distribution Reservoir-functions & determination of storage capacity.
Note for Paper-setter: EIGHT questions are to set selecting at least TWO questions from each unit, covering entire syllabus. Students will be required to attempt FIVE questions selecting at least ONE question from each unit.
Books:
1.
Water Supply and Sewerage: E.W. Steel.
2.
Water Supply Engineering: S.R. Kshirsagar.
3.
Water Supply Engineering: S.K. Garg.
4.
Water Supply Engineering: B.C. Punmia.
5.
Manual on Water Supply and Treatment: Ministry of Urban Dev., New Delhi.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-314E TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING-I (P)
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:75
- - 2 2 Viva/Pract: 25 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1.
Aggregate Impact Test.
2.
Los-Angeles Abrasion Test on Aggregates.
3.
Dorry's Abrasion Test on Aggregates.
4.
Deval Attrition Test on Aggregates.
5.
.Crushing Strength Test on Aggregates.
6.
Penetration Test on Bitumen.
7.
Ductility Test on Bitumen.
8.
Viscosity Test on Bituminous Material
9.
Softening Point Test on Bitumen.
10.
.Flash and Fire Point Test on Bitumen.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-316E ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-I (P)
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:75
- - 2 2 Pract: 25 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
1. To determine the pH value of a given sample of water waste water.
1.
To determine the turbidity in given water waste water sample.
2.
To determine the acidity of given sample of water waste water.
3.
To determine the alkalinity of given sample of water waste water.
4.
To determine temporary and permanent hardness in a given water sample.
5.
To determine the chlorine does required for a given water sample.
6.
To determine total suspended, suspended, dissolved settable solids in a sewage sample.
7.
To determine the chloride concentration in a given sample of waste water.
9. To determine the sulphate concentration in given water sample.
B. Tech. VI Semester (Civil)
CE-318E COMPUTER APPLICATION-I (P)
L T P/D Total Max.Marks:100
- - 3 3 Pract : 50 marks
Sessional: 50 marks
Duration: 3 hrs.
1. Computation of a roots of a polynomial using.
a)
Bisection method, (b) Newton-Raphson method
2. Solution of linear simultaneous equation suing Gauss Elimination / Gauss Jordan / Triangulation factorization method.
3. Solution of system of non-linear equation using fixed point / Newton Raphson / modified Newton-Raphson method.
4. Analysis of multispan Beam and frames using stiffness matrix method.
5. Analysis of Plane frame and space Frame using automated software.
6. Analysis of a three storeyed and ten storeyed building using automated software.
7. Introduction to Auto CAD.
Students should be encouraged to write computer programs to solve different civil engineering problems.
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Monday, December 6, 2010

syllabus of kUK ENGG ELECTRONICS 7TH ,8TH

B.TECH VIIth SEMESTER VLSI DESIGN

(ECE-401E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT 1 :

NMOS & CMOS Fabrication Process Sequence, Basic electrical properties of NMOs & CMOS inverters, MOS Design Process : Stick Diagram & Design rules.

UNIT 2 :

Delay in MOS Circuits, Scaling of MOS Circuits, Some design examples, inverter, NAND gates, Multiplexer, Logic Function Block. Introduction to physical design of IC’s Layout rules & circuit abstractor, Cell generation, Layout environments, Layout methodologies, Packaging, Computational Complexity, Algorithmic Paradigms.

UNIT 3:

Placement : Partitioning, Floor planning, Placement.

Routing : Fundamentals, Global Routing, Detailed Routing, Routing in FPGA’s.

UNIT-4:

Performance issues in Circuit Layout : Delay models, Timing Driven placement,TimingDrivenRouting,Via Minimization, Power Minimization, other issues.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Pucknell DA & Eshraghian K, Basic VLSI Design, PHI.

2. Sanfarazdeh M. & Wong C.K , An Introduction to VLSI Physical Design,.Mc Graw Hill.

3. John P. Uyemura , Introduction to VLSI circuits and systems, John Wiley.

TELEVISION ENGINEERING

(ECE-403E)

L T P Theory : 100

4 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT – I:

ELEMENTS OF A TELEVISION SYSTEM :

Picture transmission, sound transmission, picture reception, sound reception synchronization, receiver controls. Analysis and Synthesis of Television Pictures: Gross structure, image continuity, no. of scanning lines, flicker, fine structure, tonal gradation. Composite Video signal , channel B.W. Vestigial side band transmission and reception, TV standards.

UNIT – II:

THE PICTURE TUBE : Monochrome picture tube, Beam deflection, screen phosphor, face plate, picture tube characteristics, picture tube circuit controls.Television Camera Tubes: Basic principal, Image orthicon, Vidicon, plumbicon.

MONOCHROME SIGNAL TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION :Block diagram of Monochrome Signal Transmitter and Receiver, Explanation of different sections, Transmitting and receiving antennas.

UNIT-III

ELEMENTS OF COLOUR TV :Introduction, compatibility considerations, Interleaving process, Three color theory, Chrominance Signal, composite color signal, comparison of NTSC, PAL and SECAM Systems. color television display tubes (Delta gun, PIL, Trinitron).

Color signal transmission, bandwidth for color signal transmission.

UNIT – III:

ADVANCED TOPICS IN TV. ENGINEERING : Introduction, & working and block diagram of the Projector TV, 3D-TV, HDTV, Digital TV, Camcorders.

TELEVISION APPLICATIONS: Cable television, CCTV, picture phone & fascimile, television via satellite, Remote Control ( Electronic control system ), Introduction to Digital TV Technology and their merits.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. AM Dhake, Monochrome and Colour TV, TMH.

2. R.R.Gulati, Colour TV.Engg. Wiley Eastern Ltd.

3. SP Bali, Colour TV theory & practice, TMH

4. Merrill I. Skolnik, Introducion to Radar Systems, TMH

B.TECH VII SEMESTER

OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

(ECE-405E)

L T P Theory : 100

4 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT – I:

INTRODUCTION : Propagation within the fiber, Numerical aperture of fiber, diffraction, step index and graded index fiber, Modes of propagation in the fiber, Single mode and multi mode fibers. Splices and connectors.

UNIT – II:

LOSSES IN OPTICAL FIBER : Rayleigh Scattering Losses, Absorption Losses, Leaky modes, mode coupling losses, Bending Losses, Combined Losses in the fiber.

DISPERSION EFFECT : Effect of dispersion on the pulse transmission Intermodal dispersion, Material dispersion, Wave guide dispersion, Total dispersion, Transmission rate.

UNIT – III:

LIGHT SOURCES : LEDS, Laser Action in semiconductor Lasers, Semiconductor Lasers for optical communication – Laser modes, Spectral Characteristics, Power Voltage Characteristics, Frequency response.

DETECTORS : P-I-N Photodiode, APD Noise Analysis in detectors, Coherent and non-coherent detection, The fiber-optic Communication System, Infrared sensors(eg: TSOP 1738).

UNIT – IV:

OPTICAL NETWORKS: Optical coupler,space switches,linear divider-combiners,wavelength division multiplexer and demultiplexer,optical amplifier,optical link network-single hop ,multi-hop, hybrid and photonic networks.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. John Power, An Introduction to Fiber optic systems, McGraw Hill International.

2. John Gowar , Optical communication Systems.

3. R. Ramaswamy, Optical Networks, Narosa Publication

)

B.TECH VII SEMESTER

MICROWAVE ENGINEERING

(ECE-407E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT – I:

MICROWAVE RESONATORS: Brief deacription of waveguides, coplanar waveguides,

cavity resonators: rectangular, cylindrical, spherical and coaxial , excitation and coupling of cavities, Q factor.

MICROWAVE MEASUREMENTS: Measurement of frequency, impedance (using slotted section) attenuation, power, dielectric constant, measurement of V.S. W. R., insertion loss and permeability

UNIT – II:

MICROWAVE GENERATORS:Construction, characteristics, operating principle and typical applicationsof Klystron(two cavity, multicavity), Reflex Klystron, magnetron(Cylindrical magnetron and description of Π mode applications) and Traveling Wave Tube(TWT).

UNIT – III:

MATRIX DESCRIPTION OF MICROWAVE CIRCUITS: Scattering matrix-its properties, measurement of scattering coefficients, scattering matrices for common microwave systems.

MICROWAVE COMPONENTS: Waveguide tees- E-plane, H-plane, magic tee, rat race, directional coupler, tuning screws and stubs, isolators and circulators-their constructional features and applications. Microwave filters, Phase shifters, attenuators, Wavemeters.

UNIT-IV.

SOLID STATE MICROWAVE DEVICES:

Tranferred electron devices- GUNN EFFECT; negative diffrerential resistance phenomenon, field domain formation , GUNN diode structure.

Avalanche transit time devices: , IMPATT, TRAPATT, BARITT diodes, Parametric amplifiers

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Samuel Y. Liao, Microwave Devices and Circuits, Prentice-Hall of India.

2. David M. Pozar, Microwave Engineering, John Wiley and sons Inc.

3. Das, Annapurna & Sisir K. Das, Microwave Engineering, Tata McGraw-Hill.

4. POZAR DM, Microwave Engg, John Wiley & Sons Inc.

B.TECH VII SEMESTER

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING PRACTICAL

(ECE-409E)

L T P Viva-voce : 25

- - 3 Sessional : 50

Time : 3 Hrs.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

1. Define a function to compute DTFT of a finite length signal. Plot the magnitude and phase plots using subplots. Use this function to obtain DTFT of a 21 point triangular pulse over the domain -10

1. Write a program to plot the following functions : a)impulse function b)unit step c)unit ramp d) exponential e) sinusoidal

1. Verify the Symmetry, time shifting and modulating properties of DTFT with a rectangular pulse of length 21.

1. Study the aliasing effect by using a Sinusoidal Signal. Show the plots of continuous time Signal. Sampled Signal and reconstructed signals by using subplot.

1. Study different window functions available in signal processing toolbox and their controlling parameters.

2. Write a program to plot real, imaginary phase and magnitude of exponential

function.

1. Verify the properties of Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT).

2. Write a program to find the convolution of two sequences using in built convolution function

1. Study of Digital Signal Processing Kit (TMS/ADSP)

1. Implementation of FIR/digital filter using DSP Kit.

NOTE: At least 10 experiments are to be performed with atleast 7 from above list, remaining 3 may either be performed from the above list or designed & set by concerned institution as per the scope

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-I

B.TECH VIIth SEMESTER

MICROCONTROLLERS

(ECE-415E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT 1:

INTRODUCTION :Comparing Microprocessors and Microcontrollers. Technological trends in

Microcontrollers development. Survey of microcontrollers- 4 bit, 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit microcontrollers. Applications of microcontrollers.

UNIT 2:

8051 ARCHITECTURE :Block diagram, pin. Diagram of 8051. Functional descriptions of internal

units, registers, PSW, internal RAM, ROM, Stack, Oscillator and Clock. I/O Pins, Ports and Circuits

Connecting external memory. Counters and timers. Serial data interrupt. Serial data transmission

/reception and transmission modes. Timer flag interrupt. External interrupt, software generated

interrupts. External memory and memory space decoding, expanding I/Os, memory mapped I/O Reset

& CLK Circuits.

UNIT 3:

8051 INSTRUCTION SET AND PROGRAMMING :8051 Instruction syntax, addressing modes, Data transfer instructions, logical instructions, arithmetic instructions, Jump and Call instructions. Interrupts and interrupt handler subroutines. Writing assembly Language programs. Time delays. Pure S/W time delays. S/W polled timer. Pure H/W delay. Lookup tables. Serial data transmission using time delays and polling. Interrupt driven serial transmission and reception.

UNIT 4:

8051 APPLICATIONS: Interfacing Keyboards Programs for small keyboards and matrix keyboards. Interfacing multiplexed displays, numeric displays and LCD displays. Measuring frequency and pulse width. Interfacing ADCs & DACs. Hardware circuits for handling multiple interrupts. 8051 Serial data communication modes- Mode 0, Mode 1, Mode 2 and Mode 3.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. K.J.Ayala, The 8051 Microcontroller – 2nd ed. Penram International.

2. Intel’s manual on “ Embedded Microcontrollers”

ELECTIVES-I B.TECH VIIth SEMESTER

RELIABILITY

(ECE-419E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT 1:

INTRODUCTION: Definition of reliability, failure data analysis, mean failure ratio, MTTF, MTBF, graphical plot, MTTF in terms of failure density, generalization, reliability in terms of failure density (integral form), reliability in other situation.

HAZARD MODELS: Introduction, constant hazard linearly increasing hazard, Weibull model, on density function and distribution function, and reliability analysis, important distribution and its choice, expected value, standard deviation and variance, theorem concerning expectation and variance.

UNIT 2:

SYSTEM RELIABILITY: Introduction, series system with identical component, reliability bounds-classical approach Bayesian approach application of specification hazard models, an r-out-of-an structure methods for solving complex system, systems not reducible to mixed configuration, mean time to failure system, logic diagrams, Markov model and graph.

RELIBILITY IMPROVEMENT AND FAULT TREE ANALYSIS: Introduction, improvement by component, redundancy, element redundancy, unit redundancy, optimization, stand by redundancy, reliability-cost trade off, fault tree construction, calculation of reliability from fault tree.

UNIT 3:

MAINTAINABILITY, AVAILABITY AND REPAIRABLE SYSTEM:Introduction, maintainability, availability, system down time, reliability and maintainability trade off, instantaneous repair rate MTTR, reliability and availability function.

BAYESIAN APPROXIMATION AND RELIABITY ESTIMATION: Introduction, Lindley’s expansion, reliability estimation, normal, Weibull, inverse gaussian and Rayleigh.

UNIT 4:

RELIABILITY ALLOCATION AND APPLICATION: Reliability allocation for a series system, approximation of reliability in a computer system and nuclear power plant, failure models and effects analysis (FMEA)

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. S.K.Sinha, Reliability and life testing, (WEL New Delhi).

2. L.A.Srinath, Reliability engineering, (EWP New Delhi).

3. Bal Guru Swami, Quality control and Reliability, (Khanna publisher New Delhi).

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-I

B.TECH VII SEMESTER

NANOTECHNOLOGY

(ECE- 421E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT 1

Introduction to Nanotechnology, review of various techniques and tools, future prospects of nanotechnology, applications.

UNIT 2

Synthesis techniques of clusters, nanoparticles : classical nucleation theory for cluster formation, sputtering and thermal evaporation and laser methods for nanoparticles’ synthesis, particle synthesis by chemical routes.

Synthesis of semiconductor nanoclusters.

UNIT 3

Properties of nanostructured materials :

Magnetic properties, electrical transport properties, non-linear optical properties.

Special nanomaterials

Porous silicon nanostructures – formation, optical properties; Fullernes – synthesis, properties and application.

UNIT 4.

Nano electronics – Nanodevices, nanotransistors, nanoelectro optics, Nano structures in electronics.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Camarata, R.C, Nanomaterials synthesis, properties and application . Institute of Physics Publication.

2. Madou, Fundamentals of microfabrication, Mcgraw Hill.

3. Sibelia, J.P , A Guide to material characterization, Prentice Hall.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-II B.TECH VIIth SEMESTER

ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS

(ECE-423E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT-I

INTEL’S X86 FAMILY :Introduction, Register set, data formats, addressing modes, interrupts, memory hierarchy, pipelining, segmentation, paging, real and virtual mode execution, protection mechanism, task management.

UNIT-II

ARCHITECTURE OF INTEL X86 FAMILY :CPU block diagrams, Pin diagrams and internal descriptions of -80286,386,486 and Pentium. Instruction formats. Intel X86 Instruction set. Assembler directives.

UNIT-III

ARITHMETIC CO-PROCESSORS : Data formats; 80287 architecture – Pin diagram, internal architecture, status register, control register; tag register. Instruction set – data transfer, arithmetic, omparison, transcendental operations, constant operations and control instructions. Interfacing 80287 with 80286 Programming examples.

UNIT-IV

HIGHER- CO-PROCESSORS :Introduction to 80387,80487.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggeted Books:

1. Daniel Tabak, Advanced Microprocessors (2nd ed) Mc Graw Hill Pub.

2. Barry B.Brey, The Intel Microprocessors (4th ed) PHI Pub.

3. DV-Hall , Microprocessors & Interfacing (2nd ed) Mc Graw Hill Pub.

) DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-II

B.TECH VII SEMESTER

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS

(ECE- 425E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT-I

Introduction: - Definition of AI, evolution of Computing, History of AI, Classical, Romantic and Modern period, subject area, Architecture of AI machines, logic family, conclusion.

Production System: - Production rules, the working memory, Recognize-act cycle, conflict resolution strategies, refractoriness, Regency, specificity, alternative approach for conflict resolution, Architecture of production system, conclusion.

UNIT-II

Prepositional Logic: - Proposition, tautologies, Theorem proving in prepositional logic, Semantic method of theorem proving, forward chaining, backward chaining, standard theorems in prepositional logic, method of substitution, theorem proving using Wang’s algorithm, conclusion.

Predicate Logic: - Alphabet of First order logic (FOL), predicate, well formed formula, clause form, algorithm for writing sentence into clause form, inflict of predicates, unification algorithm, resolution Robinson’s inference rule, conclusion.

UNIT-III

Logic Programming and Prolog: - Logic program, Horn clause, program for scene interpretation, unification of goals, definite perform clause, SLD resolution, SLD tree, controlling back tracking, common use of cut, implementation of backtracking using stack, risk of using cuts, fail predicate, application of cut-fail combination, replace cut-fail by not, conclusion.

Default & Non monotonic reasoning: - Axiomatic theory, non-atomic reasoning using NML-I, problems with NML-I, reasoning with NML-II, truth maintenance system with example, conclusion.

UNIT-IV

Imprecision & Uncertainty: - Definition, Probabilistic technicians, Fuzzy reasoning, certainty factor based reasoning conditional probability, Baye’s Theorem and its limitations, Bayesian belief network, propagation of belief, Dempster-Shafer theory of uncertainty management, belief interval, Fuzzy ration, inverse Fuzzy relations, Fuzzy post inverse, Fuzzy Inversion scope of neural network, EX-OR classifier, clustering by neural network, function approximation by neural net, retrieval of content, Fuzzy association memory, cognitive reasoning using fuzzy neural net, Hebbian learning, stability analysis.

Intelligent Search Technique: - Heuristic function, AND-OR graph, Heuristic search, A* algorithm and examples.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit

Suggested Book:

1. E.Charniak & D. McDermott , Introduction to Artificial Intelligence , Addison Wesley Longman.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-II

B.TECH VIIth SEMESTER

POWER ELECTRONICS

(ECE-427E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT-1.

INTRODUCTION :Role of power electronics, review of construction and characteristics of power diode, Schottky diode, power transistor, power MOSFET, SCR, DIAC, Triac, GTO, IGBT & SIT.

SCR: Ratings and protections, series and parallel connections, R, RC and UJT firing circuit and other firing circuits based on ICs and microprocessors

UNIT-2.

CONVERTERS :One, two, three, six and twelve pulse converters, fully and half controlled converters, load voltage waveforms, output voltage equation, continuous and discontinuous modes of operation, input power factor of converter, reactive power demand, effect of source inductance, introduction to four quadrant / dual converter, power factor improvement techniques, forced commutated converter, MOSFET and transistor based converters.

UNIT-3

INVERTERS :Basic circuit, 120 degree mode and 180 degree mode conduction schemes, modified McMurray half bridge and full bridge inverters, McMurray -Bedford half bridge and bridge inverters, brief description of parallel and series inverters, current source inverter (CSI), transistor and MOSFET based inverters.

UNIT-4.

CHOPPERS : Basic scheme, output voltage control techniques, one, two, and four quadrant choppers, step up chopper, voltage commutated chopper, current commutated chopper, MOSFET and transistor based choppers.

CYCLOCONVERTERS : Basic principle of frequency conversion, types of cycloconverter, non-circulating and circulating types of cycloconverters.

TEXT BOOK:

1. Power Electronics : MH Rashid; PHI

REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. Power Electronics : PC Sen; TMH

2. Power Electronics : HC Rai; Galgotia

3. Thyristorised Power Controllers : GK Dubey, PHI

4. Power Electronics and Introduction to Drives : A.K.Gupta and L.P.Singh;Dhanpat Rai

5. Power Electronics: P.S Bhimra.

Note:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

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B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

WIRELESS AND MOBILE COMMUNICATION

(ECE-402E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3 Hrs

UNIT – I:

Radio Propagation Characteristics, Models for Path loss, Shadowing & Multipath fading-delay spread, Coherence bandwidth, Coherence Time, Doppler Spread Jake’s Channel model.

UNIT – II:

Digital Modulation for Mobile radio, Analysis under fading channel, diversity techniques and Rake demodulator. Introduction to Spread Spectrum Communication Multiple Access Techniques used in Mobile Wireless Communications: FDMA/TDMA/CDMA.

UNIT – III:

The Cellular concept, Frequency Reuse basic theory of hexagonal cell layout, spectrum efficiency, FDM/TDM, Cellular System, channel allocation schemes, Handover Analysis, cellular CDMA, Soft capacity, Erlang capacity comparison.

UNIT – IV:

Wireless standards-GSM, IS-95, UMTS-IMT-2000, Signaling, Call Control, Mobility Management and location Tracing.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Theodore S.Reppeport, Wireless Communications Principles and Practice, IEEE Press, Prentice Hall.

1. William C.Y.Lec, Mobile Cellular Telecommunications, Analog and Digital Systems, Mc-Graw Hill Inc.

1. Kamilo Feher, Wireless Digital Communications, Modernization & Spread Spectrum Applications, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.

1. Kaveh Pahlavan and Allen H. Levesque “ Wireless Information Networks”, Wiley Series, John Wiley and Sons Inc.

)

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

RADAR ENGINEERING

(ECE-404E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3 Hrs

UNIT 1.

RADAR BASICS: Radar Block Diagram & operation, Applications of Radar.

RADAR EQUATION: Simple form of Radar Equation, Minimum detectable signal, Receiver noise, Signal to Noise ratio, Transmitter Power, Pulse repetition frequency & range ambiguities, System losses, Propagation effects.

UNIT 2.

CW & FREQUENCY MODULATED RADAR: The Doppler effect, CW Radar, FM- CW Radar, Multiple Frequency CW Radar.

MTI & PULSE DOPPLER RADAR: Introduction, Delay Line Cancellors, Multiple or staggered, Pulse repetition frequencies, range-Gated Doppler Filters, Other MTI delay line, Limitation of MTI performance, Noncoherent MTI Pulse Doppler Radar, MTI from a moving platform.

UNIT 3.

TRACKING RADAR:

Tracking with Radar, Sequential Lobbing, Conical Scan, Monopulse Tracking Radar, Tracking in range, Acquisition.

UNIT 4.

RECEIVERS, DISPLAYS & DUPLEXERS:

Radar Receivers, Noise Figure, Mixer, Low-noise Front ends, Displays, Duplexer, Receiver protectors.

TEXT BOOK:

1. Introduction to Radar Systems: Merrill I. Skolnik, ; MGH

REFERENCE BOOK:

Electronic Communication Systems : Kennedy; TMH

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

B.TECH. VIII SEMESTER

MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS

(ECE-406E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3 Hrs

UNIT-1

Multimedia communications: Introduction, multimedia networks, multimedia applications.

Multimedia information representation: Introductiion, digitization principles, representation of text, images, audio & video.

UNIT-2

Text & Image compression: Various compression principles.

Text compression: Static Huffmann coding, dynamic Huffman coding, arithmetic coding, Lempel-ziv coding

Image compression: Graphics Interchange format, tagged image file format, digitized document, digitized pictures, JPEG (Introduction)

UNIT-3

Audio & Video compression:

Audio compression: Differential PCM, Adaptive diffential PCM, Code excited LPC, MPEG audio coders, Dolby audio coders.

Video Compression: Basic principles, Video compression standard H.261, h.263, MPEG(Basic introduction)

UNIT-4

Internet applications: Domain name system, name structure and administration, DNS resource records, Electronic mail message structure, content transfer, Basic concept of internet telephony, World Wide Web.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

SUGESSTED BOOKS:

1. Multimedia communications: Fred Halsall; Pearson Education Asia.

2. Multimedia Systems-Design: K. Thakkar; PHI

3. Multimedia: Computing, Communications & Applications: Ralf Stein Metz & Klara

Nahrstedt; Pearson

4 . Advanced Multimedia Programming: Steve Rimmer; MBI

5. Multimedia: Making it Work IIIrd edition: Tay Vaughan; TMH

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

MICROWAVE (PRACTICAL)

(ECE-408E)

L T P Sessional : 25

- - 3 Viva : 25

Time : 3 Hrs

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. To study the microwave components.

2. To study the characteristics of the reflex Klystron tube and to determine its electronic tuning range.

3. To determine the frequency and wavelength in a rectangular waveguide working in TE IO mode.

4. To determine the standing wave ratio and reflection coefficient.

5. To study the I-V characteristics of Gunn diode.

6. To study the magic tee.

7. To study the isolator and attenuator.

8. To measure the coupling coefficient and directivity of a wave guide directional coupler

9. To measure the polar pattern and the gain of a waveguide horn antenna.

10. To measure the insertion loss and attenuation.

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

AUDIO VISUAL ELECTRONICS (PRACTICAL)

(ECE-416E)

L T P Sessional : 25

- - 3 Viva : 25

Time : 3 Hrs

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. Familiarization of PCBs and Mechanical Components of Tape recorder/ CD Player/VCD Player/Colour TV.

2. Study of tuner section of a Colour T.V.

3. Study of VIF section of a Colour T.V.

4. Study of Sound section of a Colour T.V.

5. Study of Chroma section of a Colour T.V

6. Study of Mechanical portion of VCD player.

7. Study of Sound processing of VCD player.

8. Study of Camcorder’s mechanical portion.

9. Study of Camcorder’s Electronic portion.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-III

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

IMAGE PROCESSING

(ECE – 420E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT – I:

INTRODUCTION: Image Processing Fourier Transform and Z-Transform Causality and stability Toeplit and Circulate Metrics orthogonal and unitary Matrices and Kronecker product, Markov Processes KI Transform Mean square Estimates and Orthogonal Principles.

IMAGE SAMPLING QUANTIZATION : Band Limited Image Sampling Versus Replication, Reconstruction of Image from samples Sampling Theorem, Sampling Theorem for Random Fields, Optimal Sampling, Nonrectangular Grid Sampling, Sampling Aperture, Display Aperture/ Interpolation Functions, Lagrange Interpolation Moire Effect. Image Quantization Uniform Optimal Quantizer, Properties of Mean Square Quantizer, Commander Design Visual Quantization

UNIT – II:

IMAGE TRANSFORMS: Two Dimensional Orthogonal and Unitary Transforms and their properties. One Dimensional and Two Dimensional DFT Cosine and Sine Transforms. Hadamard, Slant, Harr and KL, Transforms and their properties, Approximation to KI Transforms.

IMAGE REPRESENTATION BY STOCHASTIC MODELS: One Dimensional Causal Models, AR and ARMA models, Non Causal Representation Spectral factorization, Image Decomposition.

UNIT – III:

IMAGE ENHANCEMENT AND RESTORATION: Point Operation, Histogram Modeling, Spatial Operations, Transform Operations, Multispectral Image Enhancement. Image Observation Models, Inverse and Wiener filtering; FIR Wiener Filters, Filtering using Image Transform Causal Models and recursive filtering Maximum entropy restoration. Extrapolation of band limited signal.

UNIT – IV:

IMAGE ANALYSIS AND IMAGE COMPRESSION: Spatial feature extraction, Edge detection and boundary extraction Boundary, region and moment representations structures, Texture, Image Segmentation, Reconstruction from Projections, Pixel Coding, Productive Techniques, Transform Coding Theory, Coding of Image, Coding of two-tone image.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Anil Jain, Digital Image Processing , PHI.

2. Gonzalez and Woods, Image Processing, Addison Wesley & Sons.

(HOD) DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-III

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

ADVANCED CONTROL SYSTEMS

(ECE- 422E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT1.

State variable representation of systems by various methods, solution of state equations- state transition matrix, Transfer function from state variable model. Controllability and observability of state variable model.

UNIT2.

Phase portrait of linear second systems, Method of isoclines, phase portrait of second order system with non-linearities, limit cycle, singular points.

UNIT3.

Definition, limitations, use of describing function for stability analysis, describing function of ideal relay, relay with hytsteresis and dead zone, saturation/columb friction and backlash. Linear approximation of nonlinear systems: Taylor series, Liapunov’s 2nd method.

UNIT4.

Sampling process, impulse modulation, mathematical analysis of sampling process, application of Laplace transform, Shanoon’s theorem, reconstruction of sampled signal o order and first order hold, Z-transform, definition, evaluation of z-transform, inverse Z-transform pulse transfer function, limitation of Z-transform, state variable formulation of discrete time systems. Solution of discrete time state equations, stability, definition, the Schur-Cohn stability criterion, Jury’s test of stability of extension of Routh-hurwitz criterion to discrete time systems.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Gopal M, Digital Control and State Variable Methods, TMH

. Kuo,BC, Digital Control systems,

Slotine JE & Li WP, Applied Non-Linear Control , Prentice Hall, USA.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-III

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS DESIGN

(ECE-424E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 1 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION:

Different types of microcontrollers: Embedded microcontrollers, External memory microcontrollers; Processor Architectures: Harvard V/S Princeton , CISC V/S RISC; microcontrollers memory types; microcontrollers features : clocking, i/o pins, interrupts, timers, peripherals.

UNIT 2 : MICROCONTROLLER ARCHITECTURE:

Introduction to PIC microcontrollers, Architecture and pipelining, program memory considerations, Addressing modes, CPU registers, Instruction set, simple operations.

UNIT 3 : INTERRUPTS AND I/O PORTS:

Interrupt logic, Timer2 scalar initialization, IntService Interrupt service routine, loop time subroutine, External interrupts and timers, Synchronous serial port module, Serial pheriphal device, O/p port Expansion, I/p port expansion, UART.

UNIT 4 : PROGRAMMING WITH MICROCONTROLLERS:

Arithmetic operations, Bit addressing, Loop control, Stack operation, Subroutines, RAM direct addressing, state machines, Oscillators, Timer Interrupts, Memory mapped I/O.

DESIGNING USING MICROCONTROLLERS:

Music box, Mouse wheel turning, PWM motor control, Aircraft Demonstration, ultra sonic distance measuring, Temperature Sensor, Pressure Sensor.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

TEXT BOOK:

1. Design with PIC Microcontrollers by John B. Peatman , Pearson.

REFERENCE BOOKS :

1. Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller : Predko ; TMH.

2. Designing Embedded Hardware : John Catsoulis ;SHROFF PUB. & DISTR. ND.

3. Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++ : Michael Barr; SHROFF PUB. & DISTR. ND.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-IV B.TECH VIIIth SEMESTER

NEURO-FUZZY SYSTEMS

(ECE-426E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT-I :

INTRODUCTION TO FUZZY AND NEURO-FUZZY SYSTEMS: Merits of Fuzzy and Neuro Fuzzy systems. Introduction to Architecture of a Fuzzy systems, fuzzification Rule Base, Inference engine, defuzzizication.

FUZZY MATHEMATICS: Fuzzy sets and operations of fuzzy sets, properties of fuzzy sets, fuzzy relations, fuzzy graphs & Fuzzy arithmetic.

UNIT-II :

ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN ISSUES : - Fuzzification , fuzzy Rule – Base and Fuzzy – Rule Based models – implication process, defuzzification Techniques.

ANALOG DESIGN OF FUZZY PROCESSORS: Modular design, design of a fuzzifier, knowledge base and inference engine, defuzzifier design.

UNIT-III :

IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPLETE ANALOG FUZZY SYSTEMS : Design and microprocessor based implementation of Fuzzy systems.

FUZZY MODEL IDENTIFICATION: Structure Specifications, Parameter estimation, model validation.

UNIT-IV :

NEURO FUZZY SYSTEMS: Introduction to Neural Networks, Neuro Fuzzy Architecture, Learning methodologies. Genetic Algorithms, neural networks in communications.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. KLIR & YUAN, Fuzzy Sets and Fuzzy Logic .

2. CHIN-TENG LIN & C.S. GEORGE LEE, Neural Fuzzy Systems, Prentice Hall International, 1996.

3. N.K.Bose, P.Liang, Neural Networks Fundamentals with graphs, Algorithms and Applications, Tata McGraw Hall, Ed. 1998.

) DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-IV

B.TECH VIII SEMESTER

ELECTRONIC SWITCHING SYSTEMS

(ECE-428E)

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT – I:

INTRODUCTION: Statistical Bandwidth Sharing, Switching, network Configurations, Elements of switching systems, Electronic exchange, PBX.

TELEPHONE NETWORKS: Subscriber loop, Switching Hierarchy & Routing Transmission systems, Numbering Plan, Charging plan, Signaling techniques Common Channel Signaling.

UNIT – II:

ELECTRONIC SPACE DIVISION SWITCH: Stored Program Control (SPC): Centralized & Distributed SPC, Software Architecture, and n-stage networks.

TIME DIVISION SWITCHING: Space Switching, Time Switching, Time multiplexed space switching & Time Switching, n-stage combination switching.

UNIT – III:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING: Traffic load, Grade of service, blocking Probability models of switching systems, Markov processes, Birth-Death processes, delay systems, Models for packetized sources (voice and video), models for traffic flow in packet networks.

CELLULAR MOBILE TELEPHONY: Analog Switch System for Cellular Mobile, Cellular digital switching, centralized & remote controlled small switching system.

UNIT – IV:

TELEPHONE NETWORK PROTOCOLS: Protocols stacks, Digital Transmission hierarchy, SONET/SDH Signaling system. Multi Media Communication over global telephone N/W Introduction to Datagram switches, ATM Switches.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. Thiagarajan Viswanathan, Telecommunication Switching Systems & Networks, PHI

2. Hui, J.Y., Switching & Traffic Theory for integrated broadband networks.

3. Keshav, S., Engineering. Approach to Computer Networking, Addison Wesley.

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES-IV

B.TECH. VIIIth SEMESTER

TRANSDUCERS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

ECE-430E

L T P Theory : 100

3 2 - Sessional : 50

Time : 3Hrs

UNIT-I

Definition of transducer. Advantages of an electrical signal as out-put. basic requirements of transducers, Primary and Secondary Transducer ,Analog or digital types of transducers.

Resistive, inductive, capacitive, piezoelectric, photoelectric and hall effect tranducers.

UNIT-II

Measurement of pressure – Manometers, Force summing devices and electrical transducers

Measurement of temperature – Metallic resistance thermometers, semi conductor resistance sensors (Thermistors), thermo-electric sensors, pyrometers.

UNIT-III

Measurement of displacement – Potentiometric resistance type transducers, inductive type transducers, differential transformer (L.V.D.T), capacitive transducers, Hall effect devices, strain gage transducers.

Measurement of velocity – variable reluctance pick up, electromagnetic tachometers, photoelectric tachometer, toothed rotor tachometer generator..

UNIT-IV

Measurement of Force – Strain-gage load cells, pneumatic load cell, LVDT type force transducer.

Measurement of Torque – Torque meter, torsion meter, absorption dynamometers, inductive torque transducer, digital methods.

NOTE:

The question paper shall have eight questions in all organized into four sections, each section having two questions from each of the four units. The candidate shall have to attempt five questions in all , selecting at least one question from each unit.

Suggested Books:

1. B.C. Nakra, K.K. Chaudhry, “Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis,” Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.

2. Thomas G. Beckwith etc. all, “Mechanical Measurements (International Student Edition), Addison-Wesley Longman, Inc. England.

3. A.K. Sawhney, “ A Course in Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation,” Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi-6.

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