PH201 Physics-II

Theory: 100


Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: Optics

Diffraction—Single slit, transmission grating

Polarization, double refraction, Nichol’s prism

Unit 2: Acoustics

Accoustics of buildings, Sabine’s formula, Sound recording and reproduction, Ultrasonics.

Unit 3: X-Ray & Solid State Physics

X-ray Spectra, Moseley’s law, Space lattice, Unit cell, Miller indices, Origin of energy bands, classification of solids.

Unit 4: Atomic Physics

Vector atom model, Pauli’s exclusion principle Natural and artificial radioactivity, Nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, Nuclear reactor.

Unit 5: Quantum Mechanics

Failure of classical concepts, De- Broglie hypothesis, Uncertainty principles, Wave Packets. Phase and Group velocities.

Unit 6: Special theory of Relativity

Gallilean Transformation, Lorentz transformation, Length contraction and time dilation.

Unit 7: Electronics

Characteristics of Triode, Valve, Triode as amplifier and oscillator, Basic iransistor Circuit.

Books: for Physics-I and Physics-II

1.Engineering Physics – P V. Naik.

2.Engineering Physics - Uma Mukherjee.

3.Engineering Physics - R. K. Gaur & S. Gupta.

4.A Text Book on Engineering Physics — B. L. Theraja.

5.Physics- part I & II — Resnick Haliday.

6.A Treatise on Heat — Saha & Srivastava.

7.General properties of matter — D. S. Mathur.

8.Principles of acoustics — Basudev Ghosh.

9.Introduction to special Relativity — J. H. Smith.

10.Introduction to Special Relativity — Robert Resnick.

II.Electricity & Electronics — D. C. Tayal.

12.Electricity & Magnetism — Brijial & Subramanayam.

13.Quantum Mechanics — Powell & Craseman.

14.Quantum Mechanics — Pauling & Wilson.

CY202 Chemistry-II

Theory: 100


Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: Organic-inorganic Compounds and Combustion of fuels




Organic Compounds and their importance: - Synthetic and Natural Polymers- formation, properties and applications, biodegradability of polymers; conductive polymers. Carbohydrates, nucleic acids, proteins. Natural products and ideas about their isolation and characterization

Elementary ideas about co-ordination and organometallic compounds, their properties and applications

Introduction to bio-organic and bio-inorganic chemistry

Combustion- heat of reaction, calculation of energy changes in chemical reactions.

Unit 2: Materials and their properties



Introduction to magnetic, electrical and optical properties of materials.

Glasses and plastics; Electronic materials- semiconductors and superconductors- applications.

Ceramics and refractories;Zeolites and clays- structure and applications. Cements- composition, setting and hardening of cement.

Composites- composition, strength and durability; dielectrics. Organic materials- Liquid crystals

Introduction to nanomaterials and nanotechnology

Unit 3: Biochemistry and Biotechnology



Principles and selected aspects of biochemical phenomena.

Introduction to biotechnology- connections with chemistry. Applications of computers and information technology; drugs – their discovery and action- bioinformatics and cheminformatics


MA203 Mathematics-II


Theory: 100




Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: Differential Calculus-




Euler’s Theorem on homogeneous function, derivatives of Composite functions, total derivatives, Jacobians, Taylor’s theorem for a function of two variables, Maxima & Minima, Lagrange’s method of undetermined multipliers, Errors and approximations, Tangent Plane and normal to a surface.

Unit 2: Integral Calculus




Differentiation under integral sign (Leibniz’s rule), multiple integrals, Areas and Volumes by double and triple integrals, Improper integrals, Beta and Gama functions.

Unit 3: Vector Calculus




Differentiation of vector functions, scalar and vector fields, gradient of a Scales functions, directional derivative, Divergence and curl of a vector point function, physical interpretation of gradient, divergence and curl, properties of grad, div & curl; Repeated operation by ; Integrations of vector functions, Line, surface and Volume integrals, Theorems of Gauss, Stokes and Green.

Unit 4: Fourier series




Fourier series expansion of f (x) in c x c 2 , Dirichlet’s conditions, Fourier series for discontinuous functions, change of intervals, half range series.

Unit 5: Analytical solid geometry




Straight lines, coplanar lines and the equations of the common plane, shortest distance between two skew lines, sphere and circle, standard equations cone, cylinder, conicoids.

Texts/ References:

1.Advanced Engg Maths


3.A Text book on Engg Maths

4.Higher Engg Maths


E. Kreyszig


Peter V. O’Neil

eastern Ltd

Bali, lyenger


B. S. Grewal


James Stewart













ME 204 Engineering Mechanics-I

Theory: 50


Time: 1 1/2 hours

Unit 1: Forces and Moments

Force, Moment and Couple, Resultant of forces, Forces in space. Equilibrium, FBD , General equations of equilibrium, Analysis of forces in perfect frames. Brief introduction to vector approach.

Unit 2: Center of gravity and moment of inertia

Center of gravity of axes, volume and composite bodies: Area moment of inertia and mass moment of inertia for plane figures and bodies.

Unit 3: Friction

Introduction to dry friction. laws of friction, friction of simple machines- inclined planes, Screw jacks.

Unit 4: Kinetics of rigid bodies

Plane motion, force, mass. acceleration. work and energy. Impulse and momentum, rotational motion ,- centrifugal force. torque, angular motion and acceleration, angular momentum, Virtual work

Reference books:

1)Engineering Mechanics —- by S Timoshenko & D H Young. McGrow Hill Int.

2)Engineering Mechanics by R S Khurmi. S Chand & Co.

3)Engineering Mechanics — by R K Bansal. Laxmi Publication (P) Ltd

4)Engineering Mechanics -- by K L Kumar. McGrow Hill Publishing Co.

5)Engineering Mechanics by Hibbler

CE 205 Strength of Material

Theory: 50


Time: 1 1/2 hours

Unit 1: Simple stress and strain

Tensile, compressive and shear stress, Hook’s law. Young’s modulus, Poisson’s ratio, elastic

constants and their relationship.

Unit 2: Generalized stress and strain

Analysis of plane stress and plane strain, Mohr’s circle of stress and strain.

Unit 3: Beam

Definition of bending moment and shear force. Simple problem of bending stress and shear stress in different sections.

Unit 4: Hoop stress

Thin cylinders and thin shells.

Unit 5: Torsion

Torque. Shear stress, Power transmission, Strength of shaft or torsional rigidity, Combined bending & torsion.

Unit 6: Columns and struts

Elastic buckling concept, theory of crippling load for different end conditions, crippling load, slenderness ratio, Euler’s Formula.


1.Strength of materials: S Ramamrutham; Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company

2.A Text Book of Strength of Materials.; Dr R K Bansal; Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd.

3.Strength of materials; L C Singal and N D sharma; Modern Publishers

4.Strength of Materials; L S Srinath, Prakash Desayi, N srinivasa Murthy, sanatha Ramu

5.strength of Materials, S Subramanian; Oxford University Press

EE 206 Basic Electrical Engineering-I

Theory: 100



Time: 3 hours

Unit 1: DC networks

Definitions of active, passive, linear non- linear circuit elements and networks. Kirchoff’s laws.

Nodal and mesh analysis. Voltage and current sources. . Network theorems — superposition.

Thevenin’s, Norton’s and maximum power transfer.

Unit 2: Single phase AC circuits

Waveforms of alternating voltages and currents, instantaneous, average and rms values, form

factor and peak factor, forms of representation of alternating quantities, concept of phasor and

phasor diagrams, concept of lead and lag, reactances and impedances, AC circuits- resistive,

inductive, capacitive, R-L, R-C and R-L-C, series, parallel and series-parallel combinations,

impedence triangle, admittance, active and reactive power and power factor.

Unit 3: Magnetic circuits

Definitions of mmf, flux, flux-density and reluctance, comparison between electric and magnetic circuits, series, parallel and series-parallel circuits and their solutions, energy stored in a magnetic circuit, lifting magnets, electromagnetic induction, self and mutual inductance, hysteresis and eddy current losses.

Unit 4: Three-phase AC circuits

Concept of three-phase AC , connections, phase and line values in star and delta connections, solutions of simple 3-ph balanced circuits with resistive and reactive loads, 3-ph power, phase sequence.

Unit 5: Instruments

Classification of instruments, essentials of indicating type instruments- deflecting torque,

controlling torque, damping, types of indicating instruments, MC and MI type ammeters and

voltmeters, extension of range- use of shunts and multiplier, errors and compensation.

Unit 6: Basics of electrical installations

Domestic wirings, types of cables (names only), types of wiring eg. Cleat, CTS, conduit, metal

sheathed, casing and capping; circuit layouts- single- phase AC mains to DB; 3—ph

connections; accessories, main switch, ceillng rose, fuse, MCB etc.

Testing of a wiring installation, the Megger; earthing— Purpose and methods; lamps -filament,

fluoroscent tube and its connection and operation. Indian Electricity Rules regarding electrical


Unit 7: Electronics The p—n junction diode. V-I characteristics under forward and reverse bias conditions; avalanche breakdown. Diode as a rectifier- half wave and full wave rectifier circuits; ripples in output waveform- ripple factor; introduction to filters. The zener diode and its application as voltage regulator.

Recommended books:

There are numerous recently published text books on Basic Electrical engineering. The names of some are given below, but the list could be longer. Several books should be consulted while

teaching the subject.



Basic Electrical Engineering —



Basic Eloctrical Engineering



B. E.E .. science — — ——

Sahadev and Rana.


Electro Technology —

—— — Cotton.


A Text book of Electrical Technology— Theraja.

ME 207 Engineering Graphics-II

Theory 100

Sessional 50

Unit 1: Principles of graphics

Review of scales, lines, Dimensioning, placing of dimensions, arrangement of dimensions. common features of dimensions, conventional representations of different materials.

Unit 2: Orthographic projection

Orthographic projection of standard machine elements. conversion of pictorial views into Orthographic views and vive-versa (1st and 3rd angle projection systems). Sectional views.

Unit 3: Isometric projection

Isometric axes and scales, isometric projection of plane figures, cube prism, pyramids, cylinder, Cone, sphere. Charts, graphs. monograms, semi—long and double-long graphs, Rectilinear charts, flowchart.

Unit 4:Perspective projection

Visual ray method, Vanishing point method, Perspective projection of simple objects.

Unit 5:Graphical representations of information

Bar charts, Pie charts. rectilinear chart’.triangular chart, polar charts. semi-log and log—log graphs. Nomography, Concurrency chars, alignment charts. BIS and ISO conversion.

Unit 6: Free hand sketches

Sketches of common machine elements, Pictorial 3D sketches

Reference Books: I. Engineering drawing —by N D Batt 2. Machine drawing by N D Batt