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AC-1101 APPLIED CHEMISTRY LTP 3 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:75 PART-A

1. Structure of an Atom (6 hrs.) Recapitulation of fundamental particles of atom (e,p,n), e = electron; P=proton, ; n=neutron,Bohr’s model of atom, Line spectrum of hydrogen,,Modern concept of atom-four quantum numbers, shells, sub shells orbitals (shapes of s and p orbitals), Pauli’s exclusion principle, Aufbau Energy ranking rule, Hund’s rule, Modern periodic table, periodic properties (ionization potential, electron affinity, atomic and ionic radii) 2. Chemical Bonding (6 hrs.) Types of chemical bond (ionic, covalent, cooordinate), Lewis structure, VSEPR theory, Oribital concept of co-valency, formation of s-s, s-p, and p-p bonding with examples, Hybridization sp, sp2, sp3 (consider BeF2, BF3, CH4 molecules and other simple molecules), Intermolecular forces (Vanderwaal forces, Hydrogen bond), Metallic bond PART-B 3. Atoms molecules & Chemical Arthimetic (4 hrs.) Atomic no., Mass no., Mole concept, Empirical formula, Molecular formula 4. Oxidation and Reduction (6hrs) Electronic concept of oxidation and reduction, Redox reactions (direct and indirect), Balancing of simple redox reactions (oxidation number method and ion electron method) PART-C 5. Chemical Equilibrium (6 hrs.) Law of Chemical equilibrium, Le chatelier principle, Ionziation, factors affecting ionization of water, Ionic product, pH concept, Common Ion effect and solubility product, Concept of acids and bases, Acid Base equilibira, Buffer solutions 6. Electro chemistry (04 hrs) Conductance (specific, molecular and equivalent conductance), Electrolysis, Faraday’s law and its application, Electro-chemical cell, electrode potential, emf, electrochemical series and its applications. PART-D 7. Organic Chemistry (10 hrs.) Classsification, nomenclature of organic compounds, Preparation and properties of alkanes, alkenes, alkyne and benzene

Books Recommended 1. Chemistry for class XI and XII, published by NCERT

AC-1102 APPLIED CHEMISTRY LTP 2 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

PART-A 1. Atoms molecules & chemical Arthimetic (4 hrs.) Atomic no., Mass no., Mole concept, Empirical formula, Molecular formula 2. Structure of an Atom (5 hrs.) Recapitulation of fundamental particles of atom (e,p,n), e = electron; P=proton, ; n=neutron,Bohr’s model of atom, Line spectrum of hydrogen,,Modern concept of atom-four quantum numbers, shells, sub shells orbitals (shapes of s and p orbitals), Pauli’s exclusion principle, Aufbau Energy ranking rule, Hund’s rule, Modern periodic table, periodic properties (ionization potential, electron affinity, atomic and ionic radii) PART-B 3. Chemical Bonding (6 hrs.) Types of chemical bond (ionic, covalent, cooordinate), Lewis structure, VSEPR theory, Oribital concept of co-valency, formation of s-s, s-p, and p-p bonding with examples, Hybridization sp, sp2, sp3 (consider BeF2, BF3, CH4 molecules and other simple molecules), Intermolecular forces (Vanderwaal forces, Hydrogen bond), Metallic bond PART-C 4. Chemical Equilibrium (4 hrs.) Law of Chemical equilibrium, Le chatelier principle, Ionziation, factors affecting ionization of water, Ionic product, pH concept, Common Ion effect and solubility product, Concept of acids and bases, Acid Base equilibira, Buffer solutions PART-D 5. Organic Chemistry (10 hrs.) Classsification, nomenclature of organic compounds, Preparation and properties of alkanes, alkenes, alkyne and benzene

Books Recommended 1. Chemistry for class XI and XII, published by NCERT

AC –1201/AC-1202 CHEMISTRY & ENVIRONMENT – II LTP 2 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

RATIONALE: Applied chemistry has been considered as one of the core subjects for certificate holder to develop in them understanding of concepts and principles of chemistry and understanding of chemical properties of materials, electrochemistry, organic chemistry and environmental chemistry. This is a foundation course to develop scientific temper and development of continued learning skills in the students. DETAILED CONTENTS PART-A 1. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY – Some Basic Principles: (10 Hours) Electronic displacement in a covalent bond; inductive effect, electronic effect, resonance and hyperconjugation. Fission of a covalent bond; free radicals, electrophiles, nucleophiles, carbocations and carbanions. Common types of organic reactions: Addition , substituttion (SN1, SN2), Elimination (E1,E2) and rearrangement reactions . Stereoisomerism: Optical and geometrical isomerism, chirality, DL and RS notation. Conformation in cyclohexane, mono and di-substituted cyclohexane (chair and boat form). PART-B 2. ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL AND CORROSION: (5 Hours) Electrochemical cell, type of electrodes, electrode potential and EMF, effect of concentration of cell potential (Nernst equation), relationship of the cell potential and the equilibrium constant. Corrosion, types of corrosion, mechanism of electrochemical corrosion, corrosion protection. PART-C 3. CHEMICAL KINETICS (5 Hours): Molecularity, rate and order of reaction, factors influencing rates of reaction, activation energy, rate equation for first and second order reaction, pseudo-unimolecular reactions. 4. CHEMICAL ENERGETICS: (5 Hours) Energy changes in chemical reactions, enthalpy changes.Heats of reactions and thermochemistry, Hess’s law of constant heat summation, elementary idea about entropy, free energy changes and chemical reactions.

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PART-D 5. ENVIORNMENTAL CHEMISTRY: (7 Hours) Environmental pollutants; soil, water and air pollution; chemical reactions in atmosphere, kind of smog, major atmospheric pollutants; acid rain, ozone and its reactions, effects of the depletion of ozone layer, green house effect and global warming – industrial air pollution, green chemistry as an alternative tool for reducing pollution. Books Recommended 1. Chemistry for class XI and XII, published by NCERT

AM-1101 LTP 3 2 0

APPLIED MATHEMATICS-I Sessional Marks:50 End Term Exam Marks:75

UNIT-I Introduction to trigonometric formulas. Trigonometric ratios of multiple and submultiple angles (2A, 3A, A/2). Product formulae, conversion from sum or difference to product and vice-versa (without proof). Solutions of simple trigonometric equations. Inverse trigonometric functions and their properties. Permutation and combinations, elementary problems. Principle of mathematical Induction. (14 Hrs) UNIT-II Binomial theorem for positive integral index (without proof) and for any index (without proof), general and particular terms, first and second binomial approximation, simple problems. Complex number in the form of a+ib, Argand diagram, polar form, algebra of complex numbers, modulus and argument of a complex number, square root of a complex number, cube root of unity, triangle inequality, De-Moivre‟s theorem (without proof) and simple problems. (16 Hrs)

UNIT-I II Review of distance formula and section formula, equation of straight line in various standard forms, intersection of two straight lines, angle between two lines, condition of parallelism and perpendicularity, perpendicular distance formula. General equation of a circle, diameter form, centre and radius of a circle, circle through three non-collinear points, tangent and normal to a circle at a given point on it, condition of tangency. (13 Hrs) UNIT-I V Introduction to conic section, standard equation of parabola, ellipse and hyperbola (without proof), writing equations when directrix, focus and eccentricity are given; finding focus, directrix, latus-rectum, axes, eccentricity and vertex when equation is given. Arithmetic progression, geometric progression, arithmetico-geometric series. Special series:  n ,  n 2 ,  n 3 . (13 hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS Text Book Text books on Mathematics for XI, NCERT, New Delhi Reference Books Shanti Narayan, Coordinate Geometry, S. Chand and Co. Thomas & Finney, Calculus, Pearson Education

AM-1201

APPLIED MATHEMATICS-II

L T P 3 2 0

Sessional Marks:50 End Term Exam Marks:75

UNIT-I Function, types of functions, domain and range. Concept of limit. Standard limits. Continuity of a function (with simple examples). Physical & geometrical meaning of dy , differentiation of xn, sin x, cos x, tan x, ex ,ax and log x from the first principle. dx Differentiation of sum, difference, product and quotient. (14 hrs.)

UNIT-II Differentiation of function of a function. Chain rule of differentiation, differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions, logarithmic and parametric differentiation. differentiation of implicit function. Maxima and minima of a function. Equations of tangent and normal (for explicit function only). (14 hrs) UNIT-III Integration as an anti-derivative, fundamental integrals involving algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Integration by substitution, by parts and by partial fractions. Integration of rational and irrational functions. (14 hrs) UNIT-IV Evaluation of definite integral by substitution, properties of definite integral (without proof). Application of definite integral in finding area under a curve and area between two Curves involving line, circle, parabola and ellipse only. (14 hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Book Text books on Mathematics for XII, NCERT, New Delhi Reference Books Shanti Narayan, Differential Calculus, S.Chand & Co. Shanti Narayan, Integral Calculus, S.Chand & Co.

AP-1101 APPLIED PHYSICS–I LTP 3 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:75 UNIT-I

UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS: Need for measurements, system of units, S.I. units, fundamental and derived units. Dimensional formula, dimensional equations and their applications. Error in Physical measurements-causes & types. Combination of errors(qualitative ideas). Numerical Problems (4hrs) VECTOR ANALYSIS: Scalars and vectors, vectors in two and three dimensions, unit vector, laws of vector addition, Resolution of a vector in a plane, rectangular components, scalar and vector products. Numerical Problems (6hrs) UNIT-II DESCRIPTION OF MOTION: Motion in a straight line, uniform motion, speed and velocity, equations of motion, instantaneous velocity and acceleration. Motion in two dimensions, projectile motion, uniform circular motion, qualitative concepts of torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, centripetal and centrifugal forces. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) LAWS OF MOTION: Force and inertia, first law of motion, momentum, second law of motion, impulse, third law of motion, conservation of linear momentum, qualitative concepts of rocket propulsion. Friction and its cause, Static and kinetic friction, self-adjusting nature of friction, laws of limiting friction, rolling friction, angle of friction and angle of repose, methods to reduce friction. Numerical Problems (6hrs) UNIT-III WORK, POWER AND ENERGY: Work and its scalar representation, Work done by a constant force, kinetic and potential energy, conservation of energy (free fall motion of a body), Power. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) GRAVITATION: Universal law of gravitation, Inertial and gravitational mass, relation between „g‟ and „G‟, variation of acceleration due to gravity (with altitude and depth), orbital velocity, escape velocity, elementary ideas of geo-stationary satellite. Numerical Problems (4 hrs)

UNIT-IV SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION: Periodic motion, simple harmonic motion (S.H.M.) K.E. and P.E. in S.H.M., simple pendulum and oscillations of mass attached to vertical spring. Concepts of seconds pendulum, Wave motion, its kinds & properties,

speed, frequency, amplitude, time period and displacement of wave, principle of superposition. Numerical Problems (4 hrs) Properties Of Matter: Interatomic and intermolecular forces, elastic properties, Hooke‟s law, Three moduli of elasticity, Poisson‟s ration, surface tension and surface energy, angle of contact, examples of drops and bubbles, capillary rise, Viscosity, Stoke‟s law (treatment by dimensional analysis), Streamline and turbulent flow, Bernoulli‟s theorem. Numerical Problems (6 hrs)

Recommended Books: 1. Fundamental Physics Class (XI) by K L Gomber & K L Gogia Pardeep Publicatios 2. Fundamental of Physics by Haliday & Resnick and Walker John Wiley & Sons

AP-1102 APPLIED PHYSICS-I L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

UNIT – I UNITS AND MEASUREMENTS: Need for measurements, system of units, S.I. units, fundamental and derived units. Dimensional formula, dimensional equations and their applications. Error in Physical measurements-causes & types. Combination of errors (qualitative ideas). Numerical Problems (4hrs) VECTOR ANALYSIS: Scalars and vectors, vectors in two and three dimensions, unit vector, laws of vector addition, Resolution of a vector in a plane, rectangular components, scalar and vector products, Numerical Problems. (4hrs) UNIT – II DESCRIPTION OF MOTION: Motion in a straight line, uniform motion, speed and velocity, equations of motion, instantaneous velocity and acceleration. Motion in two dimensions, uniform circular motion, qualitative concepts of torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum, centripetal and centrifugal forces. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) UNIT –III LAWS OF MOTION:Force and inertia, first law of motion, momentum, second law of motion, impulse, third law of motion, conservation of linear momentum, qualitative concepts of rocket propulsion. Friction and its cause, Static and kinetic friction, selfadjusting nature of friction, laws of limiting friction, methods to reduce friction. Number of Problems (4 hrs) WORK, POWER AND ENERGY: Work and its scalar representation, Work done by a constant force, kinetic and potential energy, Power. Numerical Problems (4 hrs) UNIT –IV PROPERTIES OF MATTER: Interatomic and intermolecular forces, elastic properties, Hooke‟s law, Three Moduli of elasticity, Poisson‟s ratio, surface tension and surface energy, angle of contact, examples of drops and bubbles, capillary rise, Viscosity, Stoke‟s law (treatment by dimensional analysis), Streamline and turbulent flow, Bernoulli‟s theorem. Numerical Problems (6 hrs)

Recommended Books: 1. Fundamental Physics Class (XI) by K L Gomber & K L Gogia Pardeep Publicatios 2. Fundamental of Physics by Haliday & Resnick and Walker John Wiley & Sons

AP-1201 L T P 3 1 0

APPLIED PHYSICS-II Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 75

UNIT- I ELECTROSTATICS: Coulomb‟s law (scalar & vector forms), electric field, electric field due to a point charge, electric dipole and its moment, electric fields along the axial and equatorial lines, concept of dielectric and dielectric constant, Gauss‟s theorem and its application to find electric field due to an infinitive wire and plane sheet of charge. Conductors and insulators, force and torque experienced by a dipole (in uniform electric field), capacitance, parallel plate capacitor with air/dielectric medium between the plates, series and parallel combinations of capacitors, energy of a capacitor. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) CURRENT ELECTRICITY Electric current, Ohm‟s law, resistance, resistively, combination of resistances in series and parallel, internal resistance of a cell and its E.M.F, Kirchhoff‟s laws, principle of potentiometer and its application for comparing e.m.f. of two cells and determination of internal resistance of a cell. Numerical Problems (4 hrs)

UNIT- II MAGNETISM: Magnetism and its origin, Magnetic lines of force and magnetic dipole, current loop as a magnetic dipole, earth‟s magnetic field and its source (elementary ideas), concepts and properties of Para, Dia and Ferro-magnetic substances with examples. Numerical Problems (4 hrs) THERMAL AND MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT: Electric energy and power, Joule‟s law of heating, thermoelectricity (Seeback effect), Biot-Savart‟s law, magnetic field due to a straight wire and a circular loop. Force on a moving charge in a uniform magnetic field, force between two parallel current carrying conductors, definition of Ampere, elementary idea of moving coil galvanometer and its conversation into ammeter and voltmeter. Numerical Problems (6 hrs)

UNIT- III ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION AND ALTERNATING CURRENT: Electromagnetic induction, Faraday‟s law, Induced e.m.f., Lenz‟s law, Lorentz magnetic force, self and mutual inductance, alternating current & e.m.f., mean and rms value of AC, elementary idea of working of transformer. Numerical Problems. (6 hrs)

HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS: First law of thermodynamics, specific heat at constant volume and constant pressure of ideal gas, relation between Cp and Cv. Thermodynamic processes (reversible, irreversible, isothermal and adiabatic),

second law of thermodynamics. Thermal conductivity, black body radiation, Wien‟s law, Stefan‟s law, Newton‟s law of cooling. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) UNIT- IV RAY OPTICS AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS: Laws of reflection and refraction, refractive index, lens and curved mirrors, lens and curved mirror formula, linear magnification, dispersion of light by prism and dispersive power (qualitative ideas), total internal reflection and its application in optical communication (elementary ideas), Prism Spectrometer, Optical instruments- simple microscope, Galilean telescope and magnifying power. Numerical Problems (6 hrs) WAVE OPTICS : Wave front and Huygen‟s principle, interference of light, Young‟s double slit experiment, coherent sources of light, diffraction of light, diffraction due to a single slit, polarization of light (general idea). Numerical Problems (4 hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: 1. Fundamental Physics Class (XII) by K L Gomber & K L Gogia Pardeep Publicatios 2. Fundamental of Physics by Haliday & Resnick and Walker John Wiley & Sons

AP-1202 APPLIED PHYSICS-II L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

UNIT- I ELECTROSTATICS: Coulomb‟s law (scalar & vector forms), electric field, electric field due to a point charge, electric dipole and its moment, electric fields along the axial and equatorial lines, concept of dielectric and dielectric constant, Gauss‟s theorem and its application to find electric field due to an infinitive wire and plane sheet of charge. Conductors and insulators, capacitance, parallel plate capacitor with air/dielectric medium between the plates, series and parallel combinations of capacitors, energy of a capacitor. Numerical Problems (8 hrs) UNIT-II CURRENT ELECTRICITY: Electric current, Ohm’s law, resistance, resistively, combination of resistances in series and parallel, internal resistance of a cell and its E.M.F, Kirchhoff’s laws, principle of potentiometer and its application for comparing e.m.f. of two cells and determination of internal resistance of a cell. Numerical Problems (4 hrs) MAGNETISM: Magnetism and its origin, Magnetic lines of force and magnetic dipole, current loop as a magnetic dipole, concepts and properties of Para, Dia and Ferro-magnetic substances with examples. Numerical Problems (4 hrs) UNIT- III THERMAL AND MAGNETIC EFFECTS OF CURRENT: Electric energy and power, Joule‟s law of heating, Elementary ideas of thermoelectricity (Seeback effect), BiotSavart‟s law, magnetic field due to a straight wire and a circular loop. Force on a moving charge in a uniform magnetic field, force between two parallel current carrying conductors, definition of Ampere. Numerical Problems (4hrs)

HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS: First law of thermodynamics, specific heat at constant volume and constant pressure of ideal gas, relation between Cp and Cv. Thermodynamic processes (reversible, irreversible, isothermal and adiabatic), second law of thermodynamics, Transfer of heat, Conduction, Thermal conductivity and Searle‟s method, Convection & Radiation. Numerical Problems (4 hrs )

UNIT- IV RAY OPTICS AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS: Laws of reflection and refraction, refractive index, lens and curved mirrors, lens and curved mirror formula, linear magnification, dispersion of light by prism and dispersive power (qualitative ideas), total internal reflection and its application in optical communication (elementary ideas), Optical instruments- simple microscope, Prism Spectrometer. Numerical Problems (6 hrs)

Recommended Books: 1. Fundamental Physics Class (XII) by K L Gomber & K L Gogia Pardeep Publicatios 2. Fundamental of Physics by Haliday & Resnick and Walker John Wiley & Sons

CH-1101

INTRODUCTION TO PAPER & PRINTING TECHNOLOGY

LTP 2 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

Unit-I Introduction : History and scope: Raw Material: Introduction to paper as network of cellulosic fibers. Brief study of fibrous raw materials; their classification, their sources and availability in the context of Indian paper industry. (07 Hrs) Unit-II Process Overview: A brief overview of the process of paper making. General introduction to the processes of raw material handling, pulping bleaching, stock preparation, wet end operations and dry end operations. Introduction to chemical recovery. (08 Hrs) Unit-III Paper as End product: Introduction to different grades of paper. Industrial and cultural grades; packaging grades of paper, writing and printing grades. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Introduction of Printing Process: Different types of printing machines, different raw materials of printing and their significance. (08 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Text Books: Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technologists by G.A. Smook Reference Books: Handbook of Paper Technology by K.W. Britt Handbook of Paper Technology by C. Biermann Paper Manufacturing Vol. I and II by R.G. Mcdonald

CH-1102

BASIC CALCULATIONS IN PROCESS INDUSTRY

LTP 2 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

Unit-I Introduction:Units: CGS and SI units, conversion of units, units in use for flow, pressure, temperature, humidity, density, viscosity, surface tension, heat, consistency. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Material Balance: Concept of mole, Kg mole, molarity, molality, normality, gm per litre, ppm with simple material balance problems. Basic idea of by pass, purge, recycle, blow-off, blow down (without numerical problems). (07 Hrs) Unit-III Energy Balance: Concept of calorie, calorific value, specific heat, heat of reaction, heat of formation, heat of dissolution, heat of solution. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Endothermic and exothermic reactions, latent heat sensible heat, simple numerical problems involving mc ∆ T. Note: Emphasis will be on applications in Pulp & Paper Industries. (08 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Text Books Calculations in Chemical Engineering by Himmeblau Reference Books: Chemical Process Principles by Hougon and Watson Stoichiometry by Bhatt and Vohra Industrial Stoichiometry by Lewis and Lewis

CH-1202 LT P 2 1 0

UNIT OPERATIONS-I

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

Unit-I Size Reduction: Working of Ball Mill, Jaw Crusher and Blake crusher. Size Separation: Working of screens, centrifuge. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Solids Handling and Transportation: Working of belt conveyor, screw conveyor and elevators. Storage of solids. (07 Hrs) Unit-III Mixing and Agitation: Working of mixer for thick slurries, kneaders and agitators. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Clarification: Working of clarifier and its industrial uses. Filtration: Working of filter press, notch filter, vacuum filter and their industrial uses. (08 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: TEXT BOOKS: Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering by McCabe and Smith, McGraw Hill Publications. REFERENCE BOOKS: Chemical Engineering Vol. I & II by Conlson and Richardson, Pergamon Press Publications. Introduction to Chemical Technology by Badger and Banchero, McGraw Hill Publications. Fluuid Mechanics and its Applications by Gupta and Gupta, Wiley Eastern Publications. Principles of Unit Operations by Foust, John Wiley Publications.

CH- 2101 UNIT OPERATIONS-II L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Heat Transfer: Basic idea of conduction, convection and radiation; thermal resistance, thermal conductivity of materials, selection of insulation materials. (06 Hrs) Unit-II Heat Exchangers: Various types of heat exchangers such as double pipe heat exchangers such as double pipe heat exchanger, shell and tube heat exchanger, plate type heat exchanger, fin type heat exchanger. (08 Hrs) Unit-III Evaporators: Different types of evaporators, working of single and multiple effect evaporator, different feeding arrangements. Drying: Working of single and double drum dryer. (08 Hrs) Unit-IV Distillation: Basic concept of distillation of binary mixtures. Cooling Towers and Spray Ponds: Basic idea of working of cooling towers and spray ponds. (08 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering by McCabe and Smith; McGraw Hill Publications. REFERENCE BOOKS: Chemical Engineering Vol. I & II by Coulson and Richardson; Pergamon Press Publications. Introduction to Chemical Technology by Badger and Banchero; McGraw Hill Publications. Fluid Mechanics and its Applications by Gupta and Gupta; Wiley Eastern Publications. Principles of Unit Operations by Foust; John Wiley Publications.

CH- 2102 FLUID HANDLING AND TRANSPORTATION L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Fluid Properties: Basic idea of physical properties of fluids and their behavior compressible and incompressible fluids (mathematical analysis excluded). (07 Hrs) Unit-II Pipe and Fittings: Different types of pipes, idea of ID and OD of pipe, schedule number, different types of valves such as globe valve, gate valve, butterfly valve, ball valve, needle valve, non return valve, diaphragm valve, different types of fittings such as Tee, Bends, Elbow, Union, Plug, Collar etc. (09 Hrs) Unit-III Pumps and Compressors: Working of centrifugal pump, rotary pump, gear pump, diaphragm pumps, vacuum pump, ejectors. Handling and distribution of gases, working of fans, blowers and compressors. (08 Hrs) Unit-IV Steam Distribution: Handling and distribution of steam, operational aspects, safety consideration and steam, traps, expansion loops. (06 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Principles of Unit Operations by Foust, John Willey Publications. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering by McCabe and Smith, McGraw Hill Publications. 2. Chemical Engineering Vol. I & II by Coulson and Richardson, Pergamon Press Publications. 3. Introduction to Chemical Engineering by Badger and Banchero, McGraw Hill Publications. 4. Unit Operations by Brown, John Willey Publications.

CH- 2103 PRINTING TECHNOLOGY –I L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Letter Assembly: A short history of printing, an introduction to typographic design, introduction to letter press printing machines, introduction to digital type setting, monotype, linotype. Letter assembly by hand composition, proofing, proof correction practices. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Lithography: Lithography planning, registration system from film to plate and plate to machine, different types of lithographic plates, direct and indirect printing methods, ink and water balance in lithography. (07 Hrs) Unit-III Flexo, Gravure, Screen Printing: Flexographic principles, materials and processes, gravure systems, gravure ink and their properties, screen printing materials and processes. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Material Testing: Standard tests, sampling technique, IGT printability testing, Dry print performance test, film printing tests. (08 Hrs) Recommended books: Printing Technology by J.M. Adams & P.a. Dolin; Thompson Delmar REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Pulp & Paper Chemistry & Chemical Tech., VOl. 3 by J.P. Casey; Wiley 2. Offset Lithographic Technology by K.F. Hird; Goodheart-Wileox. 3. Flexography Primer by J.P. Crouch; Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. 4. Hand Book of Printing Technology of NIIR Board, National Institute of Industrial Research.

CH- 2104 PULPING AND BLEACHING TECHNOLOGY L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Introduction: Definition of pulping as a fiber separation process, Introduction to major constituents of lingo cellulosic raw materials. Different pulping processes like chemical pulping, mechanical pulping and semi-chemical pulping. Pulping of non-wood raw materials. (07 Hrs) Unit-II Raw Material Preparation & Pulping Equipments: Brief study of debarking, chipping and chip screening, operating procedures and safeguards of chippers and chip screens. Pulping Equipments: Different types of digesters: rotary and stationary, spherical & cylindrical, direct and indirect heating. (08 Hrs) Unit-III Alkamine Pulping: Description of soda and kraft pulping processes, digester room operations, ship filling, liquor charging, time of temperature, time at temperature, liquor circulation and maintenance of batch ratio, digester relief and blow, simple calculations on pulp yield and chemical \requirement. Introduction to continuous pulping of non-wood, continuous pulping on non-woody raw materials like bagasse and straws. Introduction to common semi-chemical puling processes, CMP and CTMP process, equipment used, their operations, maintenance and safeguards. (08 Hrs) Unit-IV Bleaching of Pulp: Fundamentals of pulp bleaching, important bleaching agents; their advantages and disadvantages. Brightness as a measure of pulp bleaching. Development of flow sheet for important bleaching sequences with emphasis on operational measures and equipment used. Storage, handling and safety of chlorine and chlorine based bleaching agents, introduction to chlorine free bleaching. (07 Hrs) Recommended Books: Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technologists by G.A. Smook REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Pulp & Paper Chemistry and Chemical Technology Vol. I, by J.P. Casey. 2. Pulping Processes by Rydholm 3. Textbook of Pulp and paper Making by Libbey 4. Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technologists by C Biermann 5. Bleaching of Pulp by R.P. Singh

CH- 2105 INSTRUMENTATION IN PAPER & PRINTING TECHNOLOGY L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Measurement of Industrial Parameters: Study of Industrial instruments and devices for measurement of industrial parameters like temperature, pressure, flow and level. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Measurement devices: Working of pressure gauge/vacuum gauge, volumetric flow measurement, mass flow measurement, working of rotameter, ventur meter, Pitot Tube, VNotch and square notch. (08 Hrs) Unit-III Temperature measurement, Level Measurement, pH measurement on line. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Measurement devices in paper industry: On line consistency measurement and regulation. Online moisture, basis weight, brightness measurement. (7 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Industrial Instrumentation and Control by S.K. Singh REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Principles of Industrial Instrumentation by d. Patranabis. 2. Industrial Instrumentation by Eckman 3. Handbook for Pulp & Paper Technologists by G.A. Smook

CH- 2201 PULP WASHING & CHEMICAL RECOVERY L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Brown Stock Washing: Study of pulp washing on multistage rotary vacuum filters. Construction and working of a rotary vacuum filter. Operating procedures, including startup and shutdown. Generation and maintenance of vacuum. Concept of dilution factor and elementary calculations. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Other Washing Equipments: Washing equipments other than rotary vacuum filters like horizontal belt washers and diffusion washers (only working principles and operational aspects). Black liquor as an asset rather than a liability, its importance as an energy source, overview of recovery process. (08 Hrs) Unit-III Black liquor concentration & incineration: Introduction to multiple effect evaporations of Black liquor, Brief description of type of evaporators, condensate systems, vacuum devices, feeding arrangement. Operation of evaporators and operational troubles, Introduction to direct contact evaporators. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Causticizing: The causticizing reaction. Operation of slakers, causticizers, mud washers and mud filters. (07 Hrs) Recommended Books Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technologists by G.A. Smook Pulp and Paper Manufacture Vol. 5 by M.J. Mowrek Reference Books: Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technology by K.W. Britt Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technology by C Biermann Bleaching of Pulp by R.P. Singh

CH- 2202 STOCK PREPARATION AND PAPER MAKING L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Stock Preparation: Scope and importance of stock preparation, different processes during stock preparation, Introduction of mechanical treatment of pulp fibers, Equipment used for mechanical treatment. Concept of freeness and its measurement. Operating procedures for refiners and beaters. Different internal sizing agents, preparation and storage of sixe solution and alum, Brief study of wet end additives like starches, gums, dyes, fillers and strength improvement resins, retention aids, foaming and its control. Storage and agitation of paper making stock. (10 Hrs) Unit-II Screening and Cleaning: Screening and cleaning systems for stock preparation and wet end of paper machine. Approach Flow System: Various stock distribution systems. Operation and maintenance of open aid air cushion type roll head boxes. Introduction to hydraulic head boxes. (07 Hrs) Unit-III Wet End Operations: Introduction to different Units of a Fourdrinier paper machine. Operating procedures and practices. Maintenance and troubleshooting. Brief study of drainage elements. Concept of basis weight and its control. Introduction to twin wire forming. Startup and shutdown procedures. Tackling a web break. Sheet Pressing and Consolidation: Transfer of sheet from the wire Unit to the press Unit. Types of draws. Brief study of different types of presses and felts. Loading and unloading procedures. Web break events. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Paper Drying: Arrangement and operation of multicylinder dryer and yanki dryers. Dryer felts. Grouping of dryers. Working procedures for steam condensate removal systems. Startup and shutdown procedures. Paper Finishing: Operation of calendars and pope reels. Working and maintenance of rewinders, cutters and guillotines. (06 Hrs) Recommended Books: Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technologists by G.A. Smook Reference Books: Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technology by K.W. Britt Handbook of Pulp and Paper Technology by C Biermann Pulp and Paper: Chemistry and Chemical Tech., Vol. III By JP Casey

CH- 2203 PRINTING TECHNOLOGY-II L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit-I Printing Machines: Description of working principles of flat-bed machines, sheet fed offset machines, sheet fed rotary machines, web machines, gravure and flexo machines, printing on surfaces other than papers. (08 Hrs) Unit-II Ink Technology: Raw materials of printing inks, pigments and dyestuffs, oils, solvents, resin, plasticizers, driers, waxes, surfactants, etc. (07 Hrs) Unit-III Nature of printing ink visual characteristics, drying characteristics adhesive nature, resistance properties. (07 Hrs) Unit-IV Light sources: Perception of colors, additive and subtractive methods, color triangle, color standards. Optical properties of printing materials, color measurement theory, color matching. (08 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Printing Technology by J.M. Adams & P.A. Dolin; Thomson Delmar Reference Books: Modern Technology of Printing & Writing Inks by NIIR Board, National Institute of Ind. Research. Offset Lithographic Technology by K.F. Hird; Goodheart-Wileox. Sheetfed Offset Press Operating by L.P. Dejidas & T.M. Destree; Graphic Arts Technical Foundation.

CS-1101

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

LTP 200

Maximum Sessional Marks – 25 Maximum End Term Examination Marks – 25

Unit - I Block diagram of computer, CPU, memory, microprocessor, type of computer-PC, PC-XT, PC-AT, 286,386,486, PENTIUM-I, II, III, IV, mini computer, Main-frame computer concept of hardware and software, flowchart and algorithm, introduction to high level and low level languages, translators-assembler, compiler & interpreter. (08 Hrs) Unit - II Input and output devices : Keyboard, mouse VDU, printer Memory : Type of memory, primary: RAM ROM and its types. (08 Hrs) Unit - III Secondary storage devices, Introduction to data, Bits, Bytes, Bus system, binary and decimal number system and their inter-conversion. Concept of networking, Need, types (LAN, WAN,MAN)- it is basics; introduction to topologies(MESH, RING, TREE, BUS,STAR). (08 Hrs) Unit – IV Internet Basics : Introduction, history , dialup configuration and ISP, web browser world wide web (WWW), hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) and file transfer protocol (FTP), URL, e-mail, chatting. (08 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title Fundamentals of Information Technology Fundamental of Computer Programming and Information

Publisher Text S.kaur,Bhatia,Gupta and N.kaur Reference Gurvinder Singh, Rashpal Singh technology

Author Kalyani Publishers Kalyani Publishers

CS-1102

INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS

LTP 200

Maximum Sessional Marks: 25 Maximum End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit - I INTRODUCTION : A brief history of operating system, Definition of operating system. Operating system classification: single user, multi-user, batch processing, time- sharing, real time operating system, multi-processing Operating system functions OPERATING SYSTEM CONCEPTS : Definitions: process, program, interrupts, virtual management,swapping, threshing, File, file structure: - stream of bytes, records, file access methods. (09 Hrs) Unit - II INTRODUCTION TO MS DOS : MS-DOS structure, booting sequence, OS files, command processor files, definition of a file, file names, booting from floppy and HDD, warm and cold reboot. Introduction to DOS programming & various control structures,DOS utility commands: DELTREE, SCANDISK, SETVER, UNDELETE, UNFORMAT (08 Hrs) Unit - III DISK MANAGEMENT COMMAND: FORMAT, CHKDSK, DISKCOPY, ABEL, VOL DISKCOMP, COMP, RECOVER, EDLINE editor commands BATCH FILE COMMANDS: - ECHO, PAUSE, REM GENERAL COMMAND: TYPE, DATE, TIME, PROMPT (07 Hrs) Unit - IV INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM: Definition: windows operating system, desktop, file, folder creating files and folders, saving files, deleting files, using task bar, creating icons for different applications, creating shortcuts, opening different applications/programs. (08 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title Fundamental of Computer Programming and Information technology Learning MS-DOS

Publisher Text Gurvinder Singh, Rashpal Singh Reference Ramesh Bangia

Author Kalyani Publishers

Khanna Publisher

CS-2101 L T P 3 0 0

PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL ELECTRONIS Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit - I Introduction : Basic differences between analog and digital signals, Application and advantages of digital signals. Logic Gates : Concept of negative and positive logic, Definition, symbols and truth table of NOT, AND, OR, NOR, NAND and EXOR gates, NAND and NOR gates as universal gates. (11 Hrs) Unit - II Number System : Binary, Decimal, Octal and hexadecimal number System,Conversion from decimal Octal and hexadecimal to binary and vice-versa, BCD representation. (12 Hrs) Unit – III Binary addition, subtraction and 2‟s complement method of addition/subtraction. Concept of SOP and POS. Boolean algebra, simplification using k-map (2 and 3 variables only) (12 Hrs) Unit - IV Latches and flip flops: Concepts and types of latches with their working and applications. Operation using waveforms and truth tables of RS, T, D, JK. Difference between a latch and a flip flop. (13 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Title Digital Electronics

Author Text A. Anand Kumar

Digital Electronics

Reference RP Jain

Publisher Prentice Hall of India Tata Mc-Graw Hills

CS-2102

DESKTOP PUBLISHING (DTP)

L T P 2 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit – I Introduction : Overview of desktop publishing (DTP) Page Maker : Documents needs, creating a document, editing and formatting a document, saving and printing a document, inserting text and graphics, inserting columns, fonts & styles, integrating images and graphics from a drawing package in the document, making transparencies. (09 Hrs) Unit – II Corel draw : Introduction, exploring a corel draw screen, using dialog boxes, using roll up, create open files, save file, import/export files, and print files. Use of ribbon bar, use of tool box, select object, shaping objects using zoom tool, filling object use of flying tool. Setting up new drawing, setting multi-page document, undo/redo mistakes, repeat. Cut, copy, paste, delete, duplicate, and clone. Insert object, paste special, copy attribute from select all, drawing objects, selecting objects. Page setup, insert/delete page, use of layers, roll up, grid & skill set up, guide line set up. (08 Hrs) Unit – III Formatting objects : Arranging objects; align, order group, and ungroup. Arranging objects: combine, break apart, weld, and intersection, trim, separate. Mode edits: to line to curve, stretch, rotate, align, and convert, to curves. Creating special effects: Transform roll up,clear transformation & perspective,envelope rolls up. Creating special effects: blend roll up, extrude roll up, counter roll up, power line, powerclip clear effects. Working with text: Character, paragraph text, frame setting of tabs, indents, bullets, spacing in paragraph text. (08 Hrs) Unit – IV Tools : Filling text to a path, align to base line, straighten text, edit text Using spell checker, type assist, thesaurus, find and replace text, adding symbols, create pattern, preferences (07 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Title Text Top publishing from a to z Reference DTP for pc user Learning Corell Draw9

Author

Publisher

Bill Grout and Osborne

McGraw hill

Houghton Ramesh Bangia

Galgotia publishing Khanna publisher

CS-2103 L T P 2 1 0

BASICS OF DATABASES Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit - I Definition: Data, Information, Database, Knowledge, Need for information storage and retrieval. Fields, records,models of databases, hierarchical,networks &relational model Relationships, attribute,entity,entity set, primary and foreign keys. (08 Hrs) Unit – II Various data types available in a database and tables,Creating a database(in access ) Creating Tables – Using Wizard, In design view , Create table by entering data, Defining primary keys in tables. Create relationship, Adding modifying and deleting records in an data sheet. Formatting and printing a data sheet (08 Hrs) Unit – III Retrieving the records from a data sheet , Create Query: Using design view and by using Wizard , types of queries: SQL query, crosstab query, etc. (08 Hrs) Unit - IV Creating forms and reports: - In design view,- By using wizard, Use of different tool boxes: text box, label, option group, check box, toggle button, option button, list box, combo box etc. (08 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Title DBMS with MS Access Learning Access 2000

Author Text S.S Bhatia and Vikram Gupta Reference Ramesh Bangia

Publisher Kalyani Publishers Khanna publisher

CS-2104

SYSTEM INSTALLATION

L T P 2 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit - I Introduction & functioning of various hardware components i.e. CPU, RAM, ROM, Mother Board, serial port, parallel port, CD-ROM drive, sound card LAN card, graphics acceleration card. The necessary steps for loading of following operating systems to a new computer a) DOS b) Windows c) Window NT-Workstation, Server d) Windows 2000 professional (04 Hrs) Unit - II Installation procedure for various drives required for the functioning of various devices, i.e. CD-ROM, MOUSE and VGA. Installation of ms-office 97/2000/ms visual studio in the system (04 Hrs) Unit – III Installing USB ports on a system so that devices such as a digital camera/web Camera can connect to the system. Installing various printers and activating them to print text pages. (04 Hrs) Unit - IV Installing an internal and external modem to a system including configuring the port to which the modem is connected. (04 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Title Text Hardware Bible Reference Upgrading and Repairing Pcs

Author

Publisher

W. L. Rosch

Que

Muller & Zacker

PHI

CS-2105

TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE OF COMPUTERS

L T P 2 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit - I Repair, servicing and maintenance concepts : Introduction to servicing and maintenance concepts, meanwhile between failure (NTBF), meantime the repair maintenance policy, potential problems preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance. Concept of shielding, grounding and power supply requirements and considerations of computers and its peripherals. (09 Hrs) Unit- II Fundamental troubleshooting procedures: fault location, fault finding aids, Service manuals, Test and measuring instruments, Special tools. (07 Hrs) Unit- III Hardware and Software faults: Trouble shooting techniques and methods, Functional area approach, split half method, Divergent, convergent and feedback path circuits, analysis measured techniques. (08 Hrs) Unit- IV Troubleshooting of computers, component and peripherals: mother board, HDD, FDD, CD ROM/DVD, Printers, Modems, Monitors. (08 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title Upgrading and Requiring PC‟s Trouble shooting computer system

Author Publisher Text Muller and Zacker PHI Reference Robert C Benner Mc-Graw Hills

CS-2201

COMPUTER PERIPHERALS

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit - I Peripheral devices: introduction, need and history, various types of ports: serial port, parallel port , USB port, COM port and LPT port. Introduction to buses. (10 Hrs) Unit - II Input devices : Keyboard, Mouse, Joystick – brief construction & functions/ Floppy disks,hard disk, optical disk,floppy derives &cartridges-construction & types.Information recording and retrieval, Optical disk (CD & DVD). (12 Hrs) Unit - III Output devices : CRT–overview of raster scan,CRT tube,elementary principles of scanning & Picture formation, and video signal TV. Scanner: working and functioning (12 Hrs) Unit - IV Printers : Types of printer –dot matrix, ink jet, line laser printing –their construction, working, principles and command faults. Plotters : Introduction and working principle of plotters (14 Hrs)

Recommended Books: Title Computer Hardware Computer peripherals and interfacing

Author Text Chauhan Reference Priti Srivastava

Publisher khanna publishers Ishan publisher

CS-2202 L T P 3 1 0

PROGRAMMING IN ‘C’ Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 75

Unit - I Algorithm and Program development:-Steps in developing a program,Flow chart, algorithm development, Program debugging. Fundamentals of C programming :Basic structure of C programming, execution a program, constants, variables and data type, operators & their precedence, formatted output, assignment statement. (12 Hrs) Unit – II Control statements and their syntax with example: IF-else:- Simple if statement, simple if else statement, nested if else statement, Go to: - Backward goto and forward go to For, while, do-while and its programs Break, continue,their comparison, switch statement,(programs of break, continue & switch statements) (12 Hrs) Unit - III Functions declaration, parameter passing, call by value, local and variables Array declaration,one dimensional array & its programs like:find the greatest no.& smallest no. from a given array, sort an array in ascending and descending order, find the average and sum of all the elements of an array etc. (12 Hrs) Unit – IV Two dimensional array and its programs like: matrix multiplication, addition and subtraction of two matrices, to find the transpose of matrix. Basic introduction to Structures & Unions. (12 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title

Author Publisher Text Programming with “C” language C Balaguruswami Tata Mc-Graw Hill Reference Let us C Yashwant Kanetkar BPB

CS-2203 L T P 2 0 0

WEB PAGE DESIGN Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit - I Definition : World-Wide-Wed (WWW) Planning a web site: content collection, reorganization and content structuring Business on the web: Picking URL; launching the web sites, selling product and services online Promoting the web site: Register with popular search engines, search tools; define metatag and keywords; advertise through media (08 Hrs) Unit - II HTML Fundamentals : working with text , arranging text, working with images, links and lists (08 Hrs) Unit – III Advanced topics : Working with tables, working with frames, style sheets, linking pages and images (09 Hrs) Unit – IV Web authoring tools : Front page: Various menus, making tables, images, marquees, frames, hyperlinks (07 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title HTML the Complete Reference

Author Text Thomas A Powell

Learning HTML 4.0 Internet and Web Technology

Reference Ramesh Bangia S. Raj Kamal

Publisher Mc-Graw Hill Khanna Publisher TMH

CS-2204

INTERNET APPLICATIONS

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

UNIT I Introduction to World-Wide Web, searching internet using search engines like yahoo, AltaVista, Different methods of internet connectivity. (12 Hrs) UNIT-II Using servicing of internet: File transfer through FTP, Remote login through talent, security issues, E-mail, IRC. (11 Hrs) UNIT-III E-commerce :Electronic data interchange; Electronic file transfer; on-line shopping, selling products and services, Security : encryption, digital signatures etc. (12 Hrs) UNIT-IV Audio and Video conferencing : what is sound and its representation on computer :sampling rate , quantization, Introduction to MIDI standard, capturing graphic and images, image formats, storing graphics, Components of a audio & video conferencing system, Multimedia system. (13 Hrs) Recommended Books: Title Practical guide to internet

Author Text AB Tiwana

Internet Fundamental Learning Internet & E-mail

Reference Curt Robbins Ramesh Bangia

Publisher Galgotia publication

DDC Khanna Publisher

EC- 1101

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND COMPONENTS

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

UNIT-1I INTRODUCTION: Classification of materials into conducting and insulating materials through a brief reference to atomic structure, Conducting Materials, Insulating Materials, Semi-conductor Materials

(12 Hrs) UNIT-II ACTIVE AND PASSIVE COMPONENTS: Introduction to active and passive components; fixed and variable resistances, their various types fixed and variable capacitors, their various types and important specifications and colour codes. Voltage and current sources – concept of constant voltages and constant current sources, symbol and graphical representation, characteristics of ideal and practical sources.

(12 Hrs) UNIT-III Semiconductor Diode: Atomic structure of Germanium and Silicon semi-conductors; intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, PN junction, basic principles of operation and VI characteristics of PN junction diode, static and dynamic resistance of a diode. Use of a diode in rectifiers, half wave, full wave and bridge rectifier with shunt capacitor filter, series inductor filter, zener diode and its applications, as a voltage regulator, light emitting diode (LED), liquid crystal display (LCD).

(12 Hrs) UNIT-IV TRANSISTOR : Introduction to a transistor, working of a PNP and NPN transistor, input and output characteristics, transistor configurations, biasing of a transistor, amplifying action of a transistor, comparison of different configurations, common emitter amplifier circuit, load line, concept, field effect transistor FET, JFET, MOSFET, their characteristics and applications, unijunction transistor (UJT).

(12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS Text Books: Title Basic Electronics Reference Books: Title Electronic Components and Materials

Author VK Mehta

Publisher S. Chand

Author Grover, Jamwal

Publisher Dhanpat Rai

Electronic Components & Materials

SM Dhir

McGraw Hill

Electronic Devices & Linear Circuits

Bhargava & Gupta

McGraw Hill

EC-1201 L T P 3 0 0

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

UNIT-1 SMALL SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS (QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS) : Introduction, Sngle stage transistor amplifier, Frequency response of single stage amplifier,3-dB points, Bandwidth of an amplifier, Cascading of an amplifier, Resistance – capacitance coupling, Transformer coupling, Direct coupling. (12 Hrs) UNIT-II POWER AMPLIFIERS: Classification of amplifier, Need for power amplifier, Difference between power and voltage amplifier, Concept of distortions in power amplifiers, Class B Push-pull amplifier circuits. (12 Hrs) UNIT-III FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS : Concept of feedback in amplifiers with block diagrams, Types of feedback, Voltage gain of feedback amplifier, Negative feedback and its advantages. (12 Hrs) UNIT-IV OSCILLATORS : Conditions for oscillation, Principles of operation of Wein bridge oscillator, Phase shift oscillators, Hartley oscillators, Crystal oscillators, Tuned collector oscillator. (12 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title Basic Electronics and Linear Circuits Reference Books: Title Principles of Electronics

Author N N Bhargava, Kulshreshtha

Publisher McGraw Hill

Author Albert Paul Malvino

Publisher McGraw Hill

EC- 2101

ELEMENTS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I INTRODUCTION : Basic difference between analog and digital signal, Applications and advantages of digital signals. NUMBER SYSTEM : Binary and hexadecimal number system: conversion from decimal, octal and hexadecimal to binary and vice versa. BCD representation, Binary addition, subtraction and 1‟s & 2‟s complement method of subtraction. (12 Hrs) Unit II LOGIC GATES : Concept of negative and positive logic, Definition, symbols and truth table of NOT, AND, OR NAND, NOR XOR Gates. NAND and NOR as universal gates. LATCHES AND FLIP FLOPS : Concept and types of latches with their working and applications, Operation using waveforms and truth tables of RS, T, D,JK, Master/Slave JK flip flops, Difference between a latch and a flip flop. (12 Hrs) Unit III COUNTERS: Binary counters, Divide by N ripple counters, decade counter, Pre-settable and programmable counters, Down counters, up/down counter, Synchronous counters (only introduction), Difference between Asynchronous and Synchronous counters. (12 Hrs) Unit IV SHIFT REGISTER : Introduction and basic concepts including shift left and shift right, Serial in parallel out, serial in serial out, parallel in serial out, parallel in parallel out. Microprocessor: Introduction to micro-processor, architecture of 8-bit microprocessor, memories related to micro-processor (12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title Author Fundamentals of A. Anand Kumar Digital Circuits Reference Books: Title Author Digital Electronics & RP Jain Micro-processes Digital Electronics Malvino

Publisher PHI

Publisher McGraw Hill McGraw Hill

EC-2102 L T P 3 0 0

INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I INTEGRATED CIRCUITS (ICS) : Definition, Advantages of ICs over discrete components, Integration Types – SSI, MSI, LSI, Classification- Monolithic and hybrid, Monolithic techniques, Monolithic components. (12 Hrs) Unit II OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS : Characteristics Ideal, inverting, non-inverting inputs virtual ground, Applications, Inverting, non-inverting amplifier Comparator, Inverter, Adder, Subtractor, Phase shifter, differentiator, integrator. (12 Hrs) Unit III 555 TIMER: Simple Block Diagram, Pin configuration,555 as a Mono stable and Astable Multi-vibrator. (12 Hrs) Unit IV IC REGULATORS: 723, 78 and 79 series, pin configuration and use in power supply. (12 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title OP-AMP & Linear Integrated Circuits Reference Books: Principle of Electronics Linear Integrated Circuits

Author Gaekwad

Publisher PHI

Albert Paul Malvino D. Choudhary & S.Jain

McGraw Hill New Age

EC-2103

FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO AND TELEVISION

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I RADIO: IDEA OF MODULATION : Concept of amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), Frequency spectrum of AM and FM, Idea of double side band and single side band for AM systems, Basic concepts of antenna; Yagi antenna. TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER: Block diagram of an AM transmitter and function of various blocks, Block diagram of an AM Receiver and function of various blocks. TELEVISION (12 Hrs) Unit II ELEMENTS OF TV SYSTEM: TV transmission (video and audio),TV reception, Scanning, flicker, interlaced scanning, aspect ratio, Video and audio signals. (12 Hrs) Unit III CONCEPT OF COMPOSITE VIDEO SIGNAL: Horizontal Synchronous details, Vertical synchronous details, Scanning sequence, Channel bandwidth, Vestigial side-band transmission and reception, TV standards. (12 Hrs) Unit IV PICTURE TUBE AND CAMERA TUBE: Basic concepts of TV camera tubes for example image orthicon, videocon, plumbicon, Monochrome picture tube construction, its characteristics and control. TV RECEIVER: Block diagram of a TV receiver,Brief description of each stage, EHT (12 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS Text Books: Title Principles of communication Engineering Reference Books: Electronic Communication Systems Monochrome and Colour Television

Author Anokh Singh

Publisher S.Chand

George Kennedy R.R Gulati

, McGraw Hill Dhanpat

EC-2104

ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS & INSTRUMENTATION

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I INTRODUCTION: Accuracy precision, sensitivity, static errors, range, span, repeatability linearity, hysteresis, types of errors, dynamic response, loading effect. BASIC INDICATING INSTRUMENTS: Classification of instruments, D-Arsonval movement, construction and principle of moving iron and moving coil instruments, construction of dc ammeter, dc voltmeter, ac ammeter, ac voltmeter, ohm meter and analog multi-meter. (12 Hrs) Unit II CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE: Cathode ray tubes, construction, basic CRO circuit, measurement of voltage, current, phase, frequency, time period dual trace oscilloscope, specifications of a CRO and their significance, front panel controls. (12 Hrs) Unit III DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS: Block diagram, principle of operation and use of LCR meter, frequency meter, and digital multi-meter. (12 Hrs) Unit IV SIGNAL GENERATORS: Standard Signal Generators, Square Wave Generators, Function Generators, Spectrum Analyser: Waveforms, block diagrams and controls. (12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title Electrical and Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation Reference Books: Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation Electrical Measurements

Author AK Sawhney

Publisher Dhanpat Rai

HW Cooper Umesh Sinha

Prentice Hall Dhanpat Rai

EC-2201

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I POWER DEVICES : Symbols, specifications and testing of SCRs, DIACS, TRIACS, Power Transistors, UJT. Characteristics of the above devices, Protection circuits for the above devices. (12 Hrs) Unit II CONVERTERS AND INVERTERS : Basic principle of phase control, Basic waveforms of single phase full wave mid point and bridge circuit (both fully controlled and semicontrolled),Principle of chopper operation, classification and control strategies (only class and chopper),Principle of operation of inverters ,Single phase inverter using thyristors (Mc Murray-Bedford series and parallel inverters). (12 Hrs) Unit III POWER SUPPLIES : Explanation of working of SMPS with the help of a Block diagram, Explanation of working of CVT with the help of a Block diagram, Explanation of working of UPS with the help of a block diagram, One most commonly used topology of the above devices, Circuit explanation of battery chargers using thyristors. (12 Hrs) Unit IV APPLICATION OF POWER DEVICES IN FABRICATION OF VARIOUS TYPES OF CONTROL CIRCUITS SUCH AS: Temperature Control, Illumination Control, Level Control, Burglar Alarm Control, Electrical Heating and Welding Control, AC/DC Drive Control. (12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS Text Books: Title Industrial Electronics and Control Reference Books: Projects in Electrical Engineering Power Electronics

&

Author SK Bhattacharya, Chatterji

Electronics SK Bhattacharya, Chatterji PS Bimbhra

Publisher S Tata McGraw Hill

S Wheeler Publishing

Khanna Publishers

EC-2202

INTRODUCTION TO TRANSDUCERS

L T P 2 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit I INTRODUCTION : Definition of transducers, classification of transducers, primary and secondary, active and passive, analog and digital selection criteria of transducers. (08 Hrs) Unit II RESISTIVE TRANSDUCERS : Principal and application of potentiometers, strain gauges, load cells, thermistors, humidity sensors. (08 Hrs) Unit III INDUCTIVE TRANSDUCERS : Basics of inductive transducers, construction and principle of operation of LVDT, RVDT and variable reluctance type transducers. (08 Hrs) Unit IV CAPACITIVE TRANSDUCERS : Basics of capacitive transducers, transducers using change in area of plates, distance between plates and dielectric constant. (08 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title Author Electrical and Electronic Measurement & AK Sawhney Instrumentation Reference Books: Instruments and Measurements Electronics Instrumentation

Kumar HS Kalsi

Publisher Dhanpat Roi

Dhanpat Rai McGraw Hill

EC-2203 L T P 3 0 0

CONSUMER ELECTRONICS Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I AUDIO SYSTEMS : Microphones: Construction, working principles and applications of microphone: carbon, moving coil, crystal, condenser type. Loud Speakers: Direct radiating, horn, loaded woofer, tweeter, mid range, multi speaker system and baffles. (12 Hrs) Unit II PA Systems: Block diagram, setting up of PA system (general requirements, positioning of microphones and loudspeakers, indoors and outdoor installation of tape recorder) Sound recording on magnetic tape, its principles, book diagram and tape transport mechanism, digital sound recording on tape, CD systems, Hi-Fi systems, pre-amplifiers, amplifiers, Stereo Amplifiers. (12 Hrs) Unit III VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER (VCR) : Principle of Video Recording on magnetic tape, block diagram of VCR, VHS Tape, transport mechanism. (12 Hrs) Unit IV BASIC BLOCK DIAGRAM, WORKING PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING: Digital watch/clock: Calculator, Washing machine, Microwave ovens ,Electric oven ,Electronics ,Cordless telephone, Telephone Instruments, Answering machine, Fax machine, Photostat Machine, Mobile phone,VCD player, Digital Camera, Cellular phone. (12 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Text Books: Title Consumer Electronics

Author B.R Gupta

Publisher S.K. Kataria & Sons

Reference Books: Audio and Video System Audio & Video Systems

Sanjay Attri R.G. Gupta

BPB Publisher McGraw Hill

EC-2204

TELEVISION ENGINEERING

L T P 3 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 50

Unit I INTRODUCTION TO MONOCHROME TV : Circuit description and working principle of Video detector, Video amplifier, AGC (delayed and keyed), Synchronous separator, Synchronous process, Vertical deflection circuit, Horizontal deflection circuit, Horizontal driver, RF Tuner, Video IF amplifier, Audio output section. (12 Hrs) Unit II Receiver power supply, Regulated power supply, SMPS CABLE TV SYSTEM : Block diagram of cable TV system circuit from Dish to user and CCTV. (12 Hrs) Unit III COLOUR TV : Luminance signal, Compatibility with monochrome TV, Saturation, chrominance, Colour difference signal, Polarity, Modulation, Colour burst, Introduction to SECAM and NTSC System, PAL TV System, PAL –D System, PAL – D Colour receiver. (12 Hrs) Unit IV Colour signal processing, Sub carrier generation, Brief introduction of remote control Colour TV picture tubes, like delta gun, trintron, precision in line, Introduction to Plasma and LCD Television, Introduction to DTH. (12 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS : Text Books Title Monochrome and Colour TV

Author R.R. Gulati

Publisher Dhanpat Rai

Reference Books Basic Television,Theory and Servicing Basic TV and Video Systems

Zbar Bernard Grob

McGraw Hill McGraw Hill

EC-2205

AUDIO VIDEO SYSTEMS

L T P 2 0 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 25

Unit I MICROPHONES AND LOUD SPEAKERS : Working principle of condenser microphone, collar microphone, carbon, piezoelectric moving coil, Horn type speaker, woofer, tweeter, mid-range speaker, Crossover network. (08 Hrs) Unit II PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM : Type of amplifier, Horn unit, echo unit, mixer-their working principle and specification. (08 Hrs) Unit III CD/DVD RECORDER/PLAYER : Block diagram and its explanation; explanation of various controls; audio recording and playback; heads, stereo recording; tape speed, signal biasing. (08 Hrs) Unit IV VIDEO CD PLAYER/RECORDER : Principles of video recording on magnetic tapes; video tape recording medium, video cassette format; video cassette specification. (08 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED BOOKS Text Books Title Audio and Video Systems

Author R.G. Gupta

Publisher Mc Graw Hill

Reference Books Basic TV and Video Systems Audio and Video Systems

Bernard Grob Sanjay Attri

Mc Graw Hill BPB Publication

EE-1101/EE-1201 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING L T P 2 1 0

Sessional Marks: 25 End Semester Examination Marks : 50

UNIT – I DC Circuits : Concepts of electricity, Definition and units of following terms, Potential and potential difference; Current; Resistance, Electrical Power; Electrical Energy, Ohm‟s law and its practical applications, Effect of temperature on resistance, Connection of resistance in series and parallel, Kirchoff‟s laws and their applications to simple circuits (12 Hrs) UNIT – II AC Fundamentals : Difference between ac and dc, Terms related with ac waves, RMS and average values of sinusoidal waves, phase and phase difference, Representation of sinusoidal quantities by means of phasors, Alternating voltage applied to pure resistance, Alternating voltage applied to pure inductance, Alternating voltage applied to pure capacitance, R-L series circuit, R-C series circuit, Impedance triangle, Power and power factor in ac circuits (12 Hrs) UNIT – III Chemical Effects of Current : Faraday‟s law of electrolysis, Construction and working principle of storage batteries, Common faults in batteries and their remedy. (06 Hrs) Electrical Safety : Precautions while working with electricity, Electric shock, effect of electric shock and precautions against shock, Treatment of electric shock. (06 Hrs) UNIT – IV Electromagnetic Induction : Concept of magnetic field, Concept of magnetic flux, reluctance, mmf, permeability, Faraday‟s law and Lenz‟s law, Fleming‟s Left Hand and Right Hand Rule, Self and mutual induction, Construction and working principle of single phase transformer, Principle of Motor and Generator (12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Title Text Book Elements of Electrical and Electronics Reference Books Basic Electrical Engineering A text book of electrical technology, vol- I and II Basic electricity Basic Electrical Engineering Experiments in basic electrical engineering Experiments in Basic Electrical Engineering

Author

Publisher

Tarlok Singh

S.K Kataria & sons

P S Dhogal B L Thereja

TMH S Chand & Co.

B R Sharma J B Gupta SK Bhattacharya KM Rastogi G P Chhalotra

Satya Prakashan S K Kataria & Sons New International Publishers Khanna Publishers

EE-1102

BASIC ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

LTP 2 1 0

Sessional Marks:25 End Term Exam Marks:50

Unit – I Introduction : Definition of voltage, current, electrical energy and units, emf, resistance and internal resistance, grouping of resistances, factors affecting resistance of conductor, Kirchoff‟s laws, joules heating law and simple problems. (06 Hrs) Electromagnetic Induction : Biot Savart‟s law its applications, force on current carrying conductor inside the magnetic field, Fleming‟s left hand rule, Faraday‟s law of electromagnetic induction, emf induced in conductor moved in magnetic field, and loop rotated in magnetic field, Fleming‟s right hand rule, concept of self and mutual induction, simple problems. (06 Hrs) Unit – II A.C. Fundamentals : Definition of frequency, phase, phase difference, reactance, average value and r.m.s. value of an a.c., form factor, peak factor, a.c. through pure resistor, inductor, capacitor, and series LCR circuit, power in ac (no derivation) types of power and relation between them, power factor its importance and improvement, simple problems. (12 Hrs) Unit – III Electronic components : Active and passive components, p-type nad n-type semiconductors, pn-junction diode, diode as rectifier, ripple factor, elentary idea of transistor (npn & pnp), transistor as amplifier, symbols of SCR, Diac, Triac. (06 Hrs) Fuses and earthing Electric Shocks : Fuse, types, need, rating and selection of fuse, earthing, need of earthing, types, electric shock precautions and treatment. (06 Hrs) Unit – IV Electrical Machines : Basic principle of ac/dc motors, transformer its equation of emf, turns ratio, applications, related numerical. (12 Hrs) RECOMMENDED BOOKS: Title Text Book Elements of Electrical and Electronics Reference Books Basic electrical Engg Fundamentals Of Physics Extended Fifth Edition Basic electrical Engg Basic electrical Engg Principle of electrical & electronics Engg Basic Electrical Engineering

Author

Publisher

Tarlok Singh

S.K Kataria & sons

P.S. Dhogal David Halliday,; Resnick, Robert Gupta M.L. Anwani J.S. Dhillon S Marwaha &H M Rai

Tata McGraw Hill John Wiley & Sons Dhanpat Rai Dhanpat Rai Kalyani Satya Parkashan

EE-2101

ELECTRICAL MACHINES-I

L T P 3 1 0

Sessional Marks : 25 End Term Examination Marks: 75

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