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CURRICULUM FOR THREE YEAR
(SIX SEMESTER)
DIPLOMA COURSE IN
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UNDER DEVELOPMENT
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Prepared
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: Curriculum Development Cell :
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INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT
& TRAINING, U.P., KANPUR
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: BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
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: U.P. LUCKNOW
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:CORRECTED AS SYLLABUS COMMITTEE OF:
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STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME FOR
THREE YEARS (SIX SEMESTER) DIPLOMA COURSE IN INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
(Common With Electronics Engineering)
(Effective From
)
I SEMESTER
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Scheme of Examination
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Periods Per Week
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S U B J E C T
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Le|Tut|Dr|Lab|Work|Tot|
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4 | - |- | - | - | 4 |1.1 Foundational Communicaton |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
3 | 1 |- | - | - | 4 |1.2 Applied Mathematics-I(A)
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70 |
3 | 1 |- | - | - | 4 |1.3 Applied Physics-I
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70 |
4 | 1 |- |- | - | 5 |1.4 Engineering Mechanics &
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70|
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4 | 2 | | 6 | - |12 |1.5 Electronic Components And |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 80 | 40 | 120 | 190|
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4 | - |8 | - | - |12 |1.6 Technical Drawing.
|3.0 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70|
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22| 5 |8 | 6 | - |41 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |300 | 120 | 420 | -- | 80 | 40 | 120 | 540|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity + Discipline (15 + 10) | 25 |
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Aggregate
| 565|
-----II SEMESTER
3
3
6
2
6
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| 1 |- | - | - | 4 |2.1 Applied Mathematics-I(B)
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70 |
| 1 |- | 4 | - | 8 |2.2 Applied Physics-II
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40 | 20 | 60 |130 |
| - |- | - | - | 6 |2.3 Applied Chemistry
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | | - | | 70|
| - | | 5 |
| 7 |2.4 Introduction TO Computer
|--- | -- | -- | -- | 3 | 60 | 30 | 90 | 90|
| - |- | 4 | - |10 |2.5 Electrical Engineering-I
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 60 | 30 | 90 | 160|
| - |- | - | 12 |12 |2.6 Elementary Workshop
| -- | -- | -- | -- | 4 | 70 | 30 | 100 | 100|
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20| 2 | -|13 |12 |47 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |200 | 80 | 280 | -- | 230 |110 | 340 | 620|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity + Discipline (15 + 10) | 25 |
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Aggregate
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NOTE:-
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Each period will be 50 minutes duration.
Each session will be of 16 weeks.
Effective teaching will be at least 14 weeks.
Remaining periods will be utilised for revision etc.
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STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME FOR
THREE YEARS (SIX SEMESTER) DIPLOMA COURSE IN INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
(Effective From Session
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III SEMESTER
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Periods Per Week
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S U B J E C T
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Le|Tut|Dr|Lab|Work|Tot|
|Examination|Sess.|Total|Examination|Sess.| Total|Tot-|
c.|ori|aw|
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5 | 2 | | --|
| 7 |3.1 Applied Mathematics-II
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70|
6 | - | -| 4 | - |10 |3.2 Electrical Engineering-II |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
| 20 | 60 | 130|
6 | - | -| 4 | - |10 |3.3 Electronic Devices And
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
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5 | 1 |- | 4 | - |10 |3.4 Transducers & Application |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
| 20 | 60 | 130|
- | - | -| - | 6 | 6 |3.5 Electronics Workshop.
| -- | -- | -- | -- | 4 |100
| 40 | 140 | 140|
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22| 3 | -|12 | 6 |43 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |200 | 80 | 280 | -- | 220 | 100 | 320 | 600|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity + Discipline (15 + 10) | 25 |
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Aggregate
| 625|
-----IV SEMESTER
4 | - |- | - | - | 4 |4.1 FunctionalCommunicaton
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | - | -- | -- | -- | 70|
7 | 1 | -| 6 | - |14 |4.2 Programming In C & C++
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 60
| 30 | 90 | 160|
5 | 1 | -| 4 | - |10 |4.3 Networks,Filters & Transmi-|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
| 20 | 60 | 130|
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ssion Lines.
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5 | - | -| 5 | - |10 |4.4 Process Instrumentation.
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
| 20 | 60 | 130|
5 | - | -| 5 | - |10 |4.5 Principles of Digital
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40
| 20 | 60 | 130|
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Electronics
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26| 2 |- |20 | -- |48 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |250 | 100 | 350 | -- | 180 | 90 | 260 | 610|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Culturl Activity + Discipline ( 15 + 10)
| 25|
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Aggregate
| 635|
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NOTE:-
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Each period will be 50 minutes duration.
Each session will be of 16 weeks.
Effective teaching will be at least 14 weeks.
Remaining periods will be utilised for revision etc.
4 weeks structured and supervised, branch specific, task oriented
industrial/field exposure to be organised during summer vacation after
IV Sem. examination. Student will submit a report. There will be 60
marks industrial exposure. These marks will be awarded by project examiner
in the VI Semester.(Examination marks : 40, Sess. marks : 20 ).
Field visit and extension lectures are to be organised and managed
well in advance at institute level as per need.
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STUDY AND EVALUATION SCHEME FOR
THREE YEARS (SIX SEMESTER) DIPLOMA COURSE IN INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
(Effective From Session
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V SEMESTER
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Scheme of Examination
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Periods Per Week
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S U B J E C T
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Theory
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Practical
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Le|Tut|Dr|Lab|Work|Tot|
|Examination|Sess.|Total|Examination|Sess.| Total|Tot-|
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- | - |- | 4 | - | 4 |5.1 IntegrativeCommunicaton
|2.5 | -- | -- | -- | 3 | 40 | 20 | 60 | 60|
6 | 2 | | --|
| 8 |5.2 Industrial Management and |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70|
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4 | 2 |- | - | - | 6 |5.3 Signal Transmission Record-|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
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5 | 1 |- | 6 | - |12 |5.4 Electronic Instruments
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 60 | 30 | 90 |160 |
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And Measurement.
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6 | - | | 6 | - |12 |5.5 Industrial Control
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 40 | 20 | 60 |130 |
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| 5.6 ELECTIVE (Any One)
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5 | 1 |- | - | - | 6 | i.
Medical Instrumentation |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
5 | 1 |- | - | - | 6 | ii. Specialised Instruments |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
5 | 1 |- | - | - | 6 | iii. Advance Microprocessor |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
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5 | 1 |- | - | - | 6 | iv. Computer Aided Instru- |2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | -- | -- | -- | -- | 70 |
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26| 6 |- |16 | -- |48 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |250 | 100 | 350 | -- | 140 | 70 | 210 | 560|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Culturl Activity + Discipline ( 15 + 10)
| 25|
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Aggregate
| 585|
-----VI SEMESTER
4 | - |- | - | - | 4 |6.1 Environmental Education * |2.5 | 50 | -- | -- | - | -- | -- | -- | -- |
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& Disaster management
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6 | 2 |- | 8 | - |16 |6.2 Process Control.
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 60 | 30 | 90 |160 |
6 | 2 |- | 8 | - |16 |6.3 Microprocessor And
|2.5 | 50 | 20 | 70 | 3 | 60 | 30 | 90 |160 |
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Application.
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|-- | -- | -- | -- |VIVA| 90 | 40 | 130 |130 |
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16| 4 |--|24 | - |44 | <---------TOTAL-----------> |-- |100 | 40
| 140 | -- | 260 | 130 | 390 | 530|
--|---|--|---|----|---|-------------------------------|----|-----|------|-----|----|------|-----|------|----|
Games/NCC/Social and Cultural Activity + Discipline ( 15 + 10) | 25|
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Aggregate
| 555|
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30% of I & II Semester
| 363|
NOTE:(1) Each period will be 50 minutes duration.
70% of III & IV Semester
| 882|
(2) Each session will be of 16 weeks.
100% of V & VI Semester
|1140|
(3) Effective teaching will be at least 14 weeks.
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(4) Remaining periods will be utilised for revision etc.
Grand Total
|2643|
(5) Field visit and extension lectures at institute level as per
need be organised.
(6) (*) It is compulsory to appear & to pass in examination, But marks will
not be included for division and percentage of obtained marks.
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CONTENTS
Particulars
S.No.
I.
II.
III.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
Study and Evaluation Scheme
Main features of the curriculum
List of Experts
Need analysis
Profile development
Job potential/Job opportunities
Job activities
Activity Analysis
Course objectives
Curriculum analysis for identifying
subjects of study
Page No.
1
2
3
4
5
6 - 9
10 -19
20
21 -23
DETAILED COURSE CONTENTS
1.
I Semester
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
Foundational Communication
Applied Mathematics-I(A)
Applied Physics-I
Engineering,Mechanics & material
Electronic Components and Devices
Technical Drawing
2.
II Semester
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
Applied Mathematics-I(B)
Applied Physics-II
Applied Chemistry
Introduction To Computer
Electrical Engineering-I
Elementry Workshop Practice
3.
III Semester
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
Applied Mathematics-II
Electrical Engineering-II
Electronic Devices & Circuits
Transducer & Application
Electronic Workshop
4.
IV Semester
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Functional Communication
Programming In C & C++
Network, Filters & Transmission Lines
Process Instrumentation
Principles of Digital Electronics
5.
V Semester
5.1
5.2
Integrative Communication
Industrial Management & Entrepreneurship
Development
Signal Transmission Recording
and Display
Electronics Intruments & Measurements
Industrial Control
5.3
5.4
5.5
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3-7
8-9
10-11
30-31
16-20
21-24
25-26
27-29
12-15
32-34
35-39
40-46
66-68
69-72
73-79
80-83
84-89
3-7
90-91
92-96
97-103
104-109
110-111
112-114
115-118
119-122
5.6
Elective ( Any one)
(i) Medical Instruments
(ii) Specialised Instruments
(iii)Advance Microprocessor &
Interface
(iv) Computer Aided Instrument
123-125
126-127
128-129
130
6.
VI Semester
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
Environmental Educaiton & Disaster Management
Process Control
Microprocessor & Application
Project
131-133
134-136
137-140
141
XII.
Staff Structure
XIII.
Space Requirement
143-144
IXV.
List of Equipments
145-184
XV.
Learning Resource Equipment
XVI.
Annexure-I.
Questionnaire
186-188
Annexure-II.
Summer Training Schedule
189-190
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I.
1.
Title
2.
MAIN FEATURES OF THE CURRICULUM
of the Course
:
Diploma in Instrumentation
and Control Engineering
Duration of the Course
:
Three Years(Six Semester)
3.
Type of the Course
:
Full Time Institutional
4.
Pattern of the Course
:
Semester System
5.
Intake
:
60
6.
Entry
7.
Admission
Qualification
Criteria
: Passed High School with 35% Marks
:
State Joint
Examination
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Entrance
II
LIST OF EXPERTS
List of experts who contributed in semester system of
curriculum for three year (Six Semester) diploma course in
Instrumentation & Control Engineering.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shri
Shri
Shri
Shri
Manoj Kumar
Raj Kumar
Arun Kumar
Lal Ji Patel
HOD(IC)
HOD(IC)
Lecturer
TBO
Govt. Poly., Manpuri
Govt. Poly., Lucknow
Govt. Poly., Kanpur
I.R.D.T.,U.P.,Kanpur
List of Experts who contributed in the review on dated 20.07.16 and
revision on 09.08.16 of curriculum for three year (Six Semester) diploma
course in Instrumentation & Control Engineering.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Sri
Sri
Sri
Sri
Sri
Sri
Sri
Pankaj Kumar Gupta
Arun Kumar Singh
D.K.S. Chandel
Raj Kumar
D. K. Mauriya
S. Hazra
Litil Kumar
HOD
Govt. Poly.,Pilibhit
Lecturer
Govt. Poly., Kanpur
Asstt. Man. IFCO, Allahabad
HOD
Govt. Girls. Poly., Lucknow
HOD
Govt. Poly., Kanpur
Sr. Engineer KFCL., Panki Kanpur
HOD
I.R.D.T., U.P., Kanpur
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III.
NEED ANALYSIS :
Technological
advancements have brought
revolutionary
changes in the world of work. Old conventional methods in
machines
are
Automatic
of
in
a process
of
replacement
and
renewal.
machines and processes have improved the
quality
production and minimised the production cost by reducing
man power needs in the industry.
An
efficient and effective instrumentation
&
control
system is an integral part of an industry to mantain quality
of production within
role
modern
specified limits. Electronics plays
control systems. Application of
computers
a
in
computer aided manufacture for precision work has opened new
horizons in the industry therefore the study of
and
computer
requires
considerable
electronics
emphasis
in
the
curriculum.
Keeping
in
view
the
technological
curriculum for three year diploma course in
upgradation
the
Instrumentation
& Control Engineering has been updated. The special features
of
the
revised curriculum are
introduction
of
computer,
entrepreneurship development, safety, ecology, environmental
pollution and its control at appropriate places.
It is hoped that this curriculum will prove useful
the students to face the challanges of
for
the existing as well
as future industrial requirements.
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IV.
PROFILE DEVELOPMENT :
A tool in the form of questionnaire for getting information
about
job
potential, job
opportunities,
man
power
requirements and job activities of Diploma holder
in
Instrumentation & Control Engineering was designed and sent
to
various
organisations,
industries
and
higher
technological Institutions and Polytechnics. The response
was not very much encouraging. So efforts were made to get
feed back through mutual interaction with the experts of
above
organisations, industries,
higher
technological
institutes and polytechnics. The feed back received was
discussed and analysed in a workshop and a draft curriculum
was prepared adopting the following procedure.
1.
Listing job potential and job activities.
2.
Analysing activities into knowledge and skill.
3.
Determining course objectives.
4.
Planning horizontal
subjects.
5.
Developing study and evaluation scheme.
6.
Development of detailed course content and coverage
keeping in view the knowledge and skill requirement.
7.
Determination of resource input
resource, space, equipment etc.
and
vertical
organisation
in
the
form
of
of
the
time
human
The so prepared curriculum was sent for comments of
experts in various higher technological institutions and
senior personnels in industries. The suggestions
thus
recieved
and
those through
personal
contacts
were
incarporated
where
found
suitable.
Finally
revised
curriculum was put before an exspert Committee approved by
the "Government of Utter Pradesh" for its final approval.
The Committees suggestions though very nominal too were
respectfully incarporated to give it its final shape.
It is hoped that revised curriculum of Diploma
Instrumentation & Control Engineering will be useful
producing middle level manpower for world of work.
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in
in
V.
JOB POTENTIAL/JOB OPPORTUNITIES
These diploma holders are employed in Process Industries;
Manufacturing & Assembly Industries of Instrumentation ;
Marketing and Servicing organisation; Instrumentation user
organisation and self employed. Most of the diploma holders
are employed in process Industries and manufacturing and
assembly Industries , While few are absorbed in other job
opening. The designations specifying various job requirement
of diploma holder in instrumentation in various industries
are given below :-
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
PROCESS INDUSTRIES
1.1
Maitenance and Repair Technician / Supervisor.
1.2
Erection Commissioning
supervisor.
1.3
Laboratory technician / incharge in process industries
i.e. Textile, Pharmaceutical, Cement, electrical, power
generation, fertilizer, petro-chemical, steel, food
processing and paper etc.
testing
technician
/
MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY INDUSTRIES
2.1
Design and Development assistant.
2.2
Production
2.3
Erection,
testing
and commission
supervisor
in
measuring instruments and control systems manufacturing
and assembly industries.
supervisor / foreman.
MARKETING & SERVICE ORGANISATION
3.1
Marketing Assistant.
3.2
Sales and service Engineer, in marketing organisation.
INSTRUMENTATION USER ORGANISATION
4.1
5.0
and
Instrument technician / supervisor, in Institutions
reasearch laboratories.
Can be employed in
manufacturing units.
repair
workshop
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or
small
/
VI.
JOB ACTIVITIES
A.
Activities performed in various jobs :
1.
Maintenance and repair Technician / Supervisor :
- Read, interpret and prepare instrumentation
circuits.
drawing
- Organise and plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
and
with
- Inspect system, diagnose fault and take corrective action.
- Perform routine preventive maintenance of instruments
system.
- Fault finding through tests, repair and
instruments, devices and systems.
- Test instruments and devices on
actual system.
calibration
simulated
system
- prepare estimate of man and material required for
jobs / installation and maintenance.
2.
and
of
and
simple
Erection, commissioning and Testing Technician / Supervisor
-Read, interpret
circuits.
and prepare instrumentation
drawing
and
- Do wiring / pneumatic connections of system panel
check the system as per instruction of suppliers.
and
- Install instruments, control accessories and panels.
- Organise and plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
- Prepare estimate of man and material required for
jobs / installation and maintenance.
3.
with
simple
Laboratory Technician / Incharge
- Organise and Plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
with
- Test instruments and devices on actual system and simulated
system.
4.
Design & Development Assistant
- Read, interpret and prepare instrumentation
circuits.
drawing
- Develop control circuits and instrumentation for
application / modification of existing circuits.
and
simple
- Select instruments and devices for simple applications.
- Prepare estimate of man material required for simple jobs.
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5.
Production Supervisor / Foreman
- Read, interpret and prepare instrumentation
circuits.
drawing
and
- Do wiring / pneumatic connections of system panel
check the system as per instruction of suppliers.
and
- Install instruments, control accessories and panels.
- Organise and plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
with
- Inspect system, diagnose fault and take corrective action.
6.
Marketing Assistant & Sell & Service Enginner
- Sell and service equipment / instrument and system.
- Select instruments and devices for simple applications.
- Prepare estimate of man material required for simple jobs.
7.
Instrument Technician and Supervisor
- Read, interpret and prepare instrumentation
circuits.
drawing
and
- Do wiring / pneumatic connections of system panel
check the system as per instruction of suppliers.
and
- Install instruments, control accessories and panels.
- Organise and plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
with
- Inspect system, diagnose fault and take corrective action.
- Perform routine preventive maintenance of instruments
system.
- Fault finding through tests, repair and
instruments, devices and systems.
and
calibration
of
- Setting up of instrument servicing unit.
8.
Self Employed
- Read, interpret and prepare instrumentation
circuits.
drawing
and
- Install instruments, control accessories and panels.
- Inspect system, diagnose fault and take corrective action.
- Fault finding through tests, repair and
instruments, devices and systems.
-
Test
instruments and devices on
calibration
simulated
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system
of
and
actual system.
- Sell and service equipment / instrument and system.
- Setting up of instrument servicing unit.
- Prepare estimate of man material required for simple jobs.
B.
Summary of activities of Diploma holder in
and Control Engineering
instrumentation
1.
Organise and plan work and communicate effectively
juniors and seniors verbally and in writing.
2.
Read, interpret
circuits.
3.
Prepare estimate of man and material required for
jobs / installation and maintenance.
4.
Install instruments, control accessories and panels.
5.
Do wiring / pneumatic connections of system panel
check the system as per instruction of suppliers.
6.
Inspect system, diagnose fault and take corrective action.
7.
Test instruments and devices on
actual system.
8.
Perform routine preventive maintenance of instruments
system.
and
9.
Fault finding through tests, repair and
instruments, devices and systems.
of
10.
Sell and service equipment / instrument and system.
11.
Select instruments and devices for simple applications.
12.
Develop control circuits and instrumentation for
application / modification of existing circuits.
13.
Setting up of instrument servicing unit.
and prepare
instrumentation
simulated
with
drawing
and
simple
system
and
and
calibration
simple
Note :
The activities listed here are derived by listing the
activities for various job opportunities and
then combining
similar activities in one. The serial number of activities
indicates its order of importance in determining education and
training needs of the course. For example S.No. 1 against
activity indicates that / activity i.e. serial number 2 - 13 are
in decreasing order of importance.
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VII. ACTIVITY ANALYSIS
( Analysing activities for determining the
skills required to the various actvities. )
knowledge
and
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------1. Organise and plan
work and communicate effectively
with juniors and
seniours orally
and in writing.
1. Organisational
principles
1. Skill in safety
measures.
2. Duties towards
management, equal
and juniors
2. Handling of various
tools & material
handling equipments.
3. Leadership qualities
and humans relations.
3. Skill in doing
exercise on purchase
and store routines.
4. Job planning; appro4. Skill in doing
priate tooling material,
planning and report
skill techniques,
writing exercise.
sequencing and time
estimation.
5. Material handling
procedures.
5. Skill in doing
exercise in spoken
language by modern
gadgets.
6. Procedure for issue of
materials of proper
quality and quantity.
7. PERT & CPM
8. Speaking and writing
proficiency in language.
Technical report.
9. Phonetics and
pronunciations.
2. Read interpret
and prepare
various drawing
and circuits.
1. Fundamental of hydraulic,1.
pneumatic electronic
devices, symbols and
conventions.
2. ISI code of practice on
drawing.
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Skill in lettering
and scaling,
dimensioning, using
drawing instruments.
2. Skill in making
geometric, drawing
projection, orthographic & isometric
drawing.
3. Understanding of
pneumatic hydraulic,
electric and electronic
circuits & PCB layout.
3. Skill in making
sectional views
& expanded views.
4. Fastners, types,
specification, symbol
4. Skill in making
instrumentation
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------& use of fastners.
symbol.
5. Blue print reading of
5. Skill in
installation, instrument
line and
and circuit drawing.
diagrams
circuits
developing
block
of various
& systems.
6. Panel wiring diagram,
6. Skill in making
line diagrams,instrument
instrument layout
layout drawing.
drawing and panel
wiring diagram.
7. Graphic semigraphic
panel diagrams.
7. Skill in developing
graphic panel
diagrams.
8. Principle of instrument- 8. Skill in developing
ation engg. and control
PCB layout diagram.
system.
1. Prepare estimate
of man and
material required
for simple jobs
of installation
and maintenance.
1. Introduction of
drawings.
1. Skill in doing
exercises on
purchase procedure
2. Knowledge of job
installation, repair
maintenance.
3. Specification of
supplies.
4. Requirement of
man-hours for a job.
5. Wages and remuneration
time and piece rate
system.
6. Preparing bill of
material cost for a
given work.
4. Install instruments control
accessories and
panels.
1. Read and interpret
various drawings.
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1. Basic workshop
skills, fitting,
drilling, welding
turning, shaping
sheet metal work,
soldering and
brazing.
2. Electrical, pneumatic
and hydraulic
connectors, their
types, materials and
properties.
2. Handling of tools.
3. Filling and packing
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------materials codes and
specifications of
above materials.
5. Do wiring
pneumatic connections of system/
panel and check
the system as per
instruction of
suppliers.
1. Read and interpret
various drawings.
2. Different types of
mountings and fastners.
3. Electrical, pneumatic,
hydraulic connectors,
their types, materials,
properties and their
pertinent code &
specifications.
1. Skill in doing
wiring tubing and
soldering and
their exercises.
2. Skill in the proper
use of hand tools
& test instruments
3. Skill in drilling
and tapping.
4. Skill in Tracing
of circuits and
verification.
4. Types, size and specific
section of various hand
tools and testing
instruments.
5. Precautions and procedures
of installation of
instruments, services
and panels.
6. Principle, working and
operation of various
instruments and devices.
7. Basic knowledge of plant
and process & pertinent
codes and specification.
8. Working range, quality
of auxiliary supplies and
fluids for the circuits.
6. Inspect system;
1. Function of various
diagnose fault
components of system.
and take
corrective action.
2. Normal characterstics &
tolerance of various
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1. Skill in interpreting code and
specification of
components.
2. Skill of reading
of diagrams of
instruments & components
in a system.
3. Basics of process and
plan layout.
plant layout.
3. Skill in the proper
use of hand tools.
4. type set test instruments4. Skill in the proper
and use of various hand
use of testing and
tools.
measuring instruments.
5. Understanding graphic
5. Skill in doing
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------panel or line diagram.
fault diagnosis
and corrective
exercise on simple
systems.
6. Reading & interpreting,
recording of various,
process variables.
7. Behaviour of process
variable with reference
to control element.
7. Test of instru1.
ments Devices on
simulated systems
and actual systems.
2.
8. Perform routines
preventives and
breakdown maintenance of instruments and system.
Specification,Principle 1. Skill in the use
and working of
of testing
instruments and devices.
instruments.
Calibration and testing
procedures.
2. Skill in rigging
of testing and
calibration circuits.
3. Calibration set ups.
3. Skill in doing
calibration
exercise.
4. Selection, types and
working of test
instruments.
4. Skill in doing
simple installation
exercise.
5. Safety precautions to
be taken while testing
instruments.
5. Skill in doing
exercise of faulty
instruments.
1. Theory of maintenance.
1. Skill in interpreting the maintenance schedule for
instrument&devices.
2. Understanding maintenance schedule for
instruments.
2. Skill in prediction
of abnormality
in the component
or instrument by
conducting simple
test.
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3. Fundamental of Electricals,Electronics,
Pneumatic & Hydraulic
circuits.
3. Skill in dismantling and assembly
of various types
of instrument and
devices and their
calibration.
4. Process and plant layout 4. Skill in doing
working environment and
lubrication
hazards.
procedure exercises.
5. Properties and uses of
lubricants packing and
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------insulating materials.
6. Principle of working of
various process control
instruments.
7. Types and quality of
recording pens, inks
and charts.
8. Principles of working
and use of measuring
devices and use of hand
tools.
9. Fault finding
through tests,
repair
and
calibration
instruments
and devices
systems.
1. General testing and
calibration procedures.
1. Skill in handling
of various test
instruments and
tools.
2. General rapair
procedures.
2. Skill in doing
dismantling and
repair exercises.
3. Different types of
faults encountered
in various process
instruments, their
causes and remedies.
3. Skill in doing
testing,adjusting
calibration and
trouble shooting
exercises.
4. Units of measurement
and conversions.
4. Skill in preparation
of test report.
5. Specification and use
of different types
of test and calibrating
equipment.
6. Fundamentals of
electronics, hydraulics,
pneumatics & electric
circuits.
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7. Principles, construction
and working of various
process control
instruments.
8. Types of tools and
their uses.
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------10. Sell and service
equipment /
instruments and
systems.
1. Adequate knowledge of
instruments to be
marked including their
specifications utility
superiority over the
other products.
1. Achieve &communcation
ability with
customers.
2. Publicity & display
techniques.
2. Attain capability of
demonstrating the
techniques.
3. Marketing investigation
regarding new areas
of marketing.
3. Skill in handling of
servicing and
checking tools.
4. Cost of trade rebates.
4. Skill in speaking
good language.
5. Tooling kit and checking
instruments and selecting
appropriate tools.
6. Common faults and method
of rectification.
7. After sales service
techniques.
8. Personality Development.
11.
Select instruments & devices
for simple
application.
1. Process
variables.
2. Range of the variable
to
be
measured.
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1. Skill in determination
of characteristics of
instruments.
2. Skill in understanding specifications
of instruments.
3. Principle and working
of various instruments
used for measurement
and control of process
variables.
3. Skill in doing
exercise interfacing.
4. Instruments character4. Skill in selection of
istic & specifications.
instruments & devices.
----------------------------------------------------------------------Activity
Theoretical Knowledge
Practical skills
required
required
----------------------------------------------------------------------12. Develop control
1.
circuits and
instrumentation
for simple
application /
modification of
2.
existing circuits.
Basic properties of
control loop elements,
specifications.
1. Skill in determining
characteristics of
components.
Feedback control theory. 2. Skill in doing
exercises on feedback
control system.
3. Process control system.
4. Control objective.
3. Skill in designing
of simple system.
4. Skill in the use of
testing instruments.
5. Transducers.
6. Basic instrumentation
principle.
7. System behaviour for
variation of control
parameters.
8. Read and interpret drawing.
13. Setting up of an
instruments
servicing unit.
1. Concept of
entrepreneurship.
1. Skill in preparation
of project report.
2. Financial assistance
Technical assistance
available to small
scale unit.
3. Selection , location
and space requirement
of unit.
4. Project report
preparation.
2. Skill in doing
exercises in filling
up form for financial
assistance.
3. Skill in praparing
bills.
4. Skill in exercises on
use of hand tools and
Measuring instruments.
5. Use and selection of 5. Skill in doing
hand
tools,measuring
exercises on various
and testing instruments.
process instruments &
control devices to
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locate fault and
rectification.
6. Principle & working of 6. Skill in doing
process instruments &
exercises in tracing
control devices.
and calibration.
7. Common defects &remedies 7. Skill in doing
in the instruments,
exercises in tracing
control and devices.
of ciruits.
8. Methods of testing
setting & calibration.
9. Availability of instruments
control devices & their
spare parts.
10. Approximate cost of tools,
equipment & other overheads.
11. Sales tax, income tax
and local taxes.
12. Publicity.
VIII.
COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of the course students should be able to :
1.
Plan and organise men, material
the execution of projects.
of
and money economically
control
2.
Identify the various type
devices and instruments.
3.
Draw and interpret various types
process and control systems.
used
in
4.
Instal / erect and commission instruments , equipments
pannels.
and
5.
Understand the various stages of process , process variable,
and
methods adopted for measurement and control
and
recording, data, acquisition and logging etc in industries.
6.
Understand the principle of operation, construction details,
error adjustment and process of assembly of instruemnts and
devices.
7.
Design and layout of control circuit and
control panels.
8.
Select, and use different devices, components,
instruments for testing, maintenance and repair.
9.
Test and
industry.
of
systems,
for
drawings
calibrate various components and
control
fabricate
small
tools
instruments
10.
Maintain, service and repair instruments including test
instruments in processes.
11.
Promote marketing
12.
Communicate effectively
learning habits.
and
in
and
/ servicing of the products.
in the profession and develop self
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13.
IX.
Set up servicing unit.
CURRICULUM ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY SUBJECTS OF STUDY
A.
ANALYSIS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course objective of diploma
Curriculum Areas
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Course in Instrumentation Engg.
Engg. Specifications
Engineering Science
Basic Science,Humanties
Management & Basic Skill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1. Plan & organise men, material
and money economically for the
execution of projects.
- Industrial Management
( CPM & PERT ),
purchasing and storing,
Safety measures,
Industrial law,
Estimating & Costing
2. Identify the various control
systems, control devices &
instruments.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
3. Draw and interpret various
types of drawing used in
process and control systems.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
4. Instal / erect and
commission instruments,
equipment and panels.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Drawing ( Components)
Drawing ( Process )
Instrumentation Engg.
Process control
components.
Process control.
Transducer.
Industrial Instruments.
Electrical Instruments.
Mechanical Instruments.
Drawing ( Process )
Drawing Components)
Instrumentation Engg.
Automatic control engg.
Process control
components.
6. Process control.
7. Transducer.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Mathematics language
Communication Technique.
Engineering
Materials
Engineering Drawing
- Basic Electrical
Engineering
- Basic Electronics
-
Engg. Drawing
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Drawing (Components)
Engineering Materials - Basic Workshop
Workshop Process
- Basic Electrical
- Engineering Drawing
Drawing (Process)
Engineering
Industrial Instruments.
Instrumentation Engg.
Electric & Electronic
Measurement & Instruments.
Industrial Measurement and
Instruments.
Mechanical Measurements and
Instruments.
Process control
Transducer.
Process control.
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stages of process, process
variables and methods adopted
for measurement and control
and recording data acquisition
and logging etc in industries.
6. Understand principles of
operation, construction
details,error adjustment,and
process of assembly of
instruments and devices.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Automatic control Engg.
Process control components.
Process control.
Transducers.
Industrial instruments.
Digital electronics &
Microprocessors.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Industrial Instruments
Process control(components)
Transducer
Meachanical measurements.
and instruments.
Electronic Instruments
Bio-medical instruments
Optical & Scientific
instruments.
Digital Electronics and
Microprocessors
Drawing ( Component )
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
7. Design and layout of
control circuit and
fabricate small control
panels.
-Basic Electronics
-Basic Elect. Engg.
- Fluid Mechanics.
-Thermodynamics
-Applied Mechanics
-Basic Electronics
-Basic Electrical Engg.
-Strength of Materials
-Fluid Mechanics
-Thermodynamics
-Engineering Materials
-Theory of Machine
-Applied Mechanics
1. Drawing ( Process)
-Basic Electrical Engg.
2. Workshop (Process)
-Basic Electronics
3. Process control components -Engineering Materials
4. Automatic control Engg.
5. Instrumentation Engg.
6. Meachanical measurement &
and instruments.
7. Electrical measurement &
instruments
8. Electronics instruments
-Physics
-Chemistry
-Physics
-Chemistry
-Mathematics
-Basic Drawing
-Mathematics
-Basic workshop
practice
-Engineering
drawing
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Course objective of diploma
Curriculum Areas
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Course in Instrumentation Engg.
Engg. Specifications
Engineering Science
Basic Science,Humanties
Management & Basic Skill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5. Understand the various
1. Instrumentation Engg.
-Engineering Materials
-Maths
8. Select and use different
devices, components, tools
maintenance and repair.
1. Process control(Components) -Basic Electrical Engg.
2. Transducers
-Engineering Materials
3. Meachanical measurement &
and instruments.
4. Electrical measurement &
instruments
5. Industrial instruments
6. Workshop ( Process )
-Basic workshop
practice
9. Test & Calibrate various
components and instruments
in industry as per standard
procedure including
safety aspects.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Process control(Components
Tranducers
Electronic instruments.
Electrical measurement &
instruments
5. Industrial instruments
6. Scientific instruments
-Basic Electrical Engg.
-Basic Electronics Engg.
-Maths
-Physics
-Chemistry
10. Maintain, service and
repair instruments
including test instruments
in processes.
1. Maintenance and trouble
shooting.
2. Electrical and Electronic
measurements.
3. Mechanical Measurement and
Instruments.
4. Scientific Instruments.
5. Industrial instruments.
-Basic Electrical Engg.
-Basic Electronic Engg.
-Fluid Mechanics
-Thermodynamics
-Applied Mechanics
-Basic Workshop
practice
-Chemistry
11.
1. Marketing & Sales
-Basic Electrical
Management.
Engg.
2. Automatic control Engg.
-Basic Electronics.
3. Transducers
4. Process control components.
5. Industrial instruments.
6. Workshop (Process)
Promote marketing /
servicing of the products.
12. Communicate effectively
in the profession and
develop self learning habits.
13. Set up servicing unit.
Industrial Management
-Industrial Management
-Entrepreneurship
-Estimating & Costing
-English &
communication
techniques
-Basic Workshop
-English &
communication
techniques
-Engineering Materials
-Basic Electrical Engg.
-Basic Electronics.
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-Basic Workshop
Practice
-Chemistry
-Project work
-Industrial Training
-Electrical Measurement
& Instruments
-Workshop Process
-Industrial Instruments.
-Scientific Instruments.
-Instrumentation Engg.
-Process control components.
-Transducers.
-Automatic control Engg.
-Fluid Mechanics
-Thermodynamics
-Theory of Machines.
-Applied Mechanics
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-Physics
-Mathematics
I Semester
1.1 FOUNDATIONAL COMMUNICATION
SECTION “A” (ENGLISH)
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Section A English
1.
PARTS OF SPEECH
12
2.
VOCABULARY BUILDING
05
3.
Grammar
15
4.
DEVELOPMENT OF EXPRESSION (Composition) 12
Section B Hindi
5.
Topic 5
2
6.
Topic 6
5
7.
Topic 7
5
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
PARTS OF SPEECH :
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
2.
Noun
The pronoun : Kinds and Usage
The adjective : Kinds and Degree
Determiner : Articles
The verb : Kinds
The Adverb : Kinds, Degree and Usage
Prepositions
Conjunctions
The Interjections
Subject: Verb Agreement (Concord)
VOCABULARY BUILDING :
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Antonyms and Synonyms
Homophones
One word substitutions
Idioms and Phrases
Abbreviations
3.
Grammar
a.
Sentence & its types
a.
Tenses
b.
Punctuations
c.
Active and Passive voice
d.
Transformation of Sentences
e
Synthesis of Sentences
f.
Direct and Indirect Narrations
4.
DEVELOPMENT OF EXPRESSION (Composition) :
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a.
b.
c.
d.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Paragraph Writing
Essay Writing
Proposal Writing
Letter Writing (Formal,Informal,Business,official etc.)
Report Writing
Note Making
News Making
Application Writing
Minute Writing
Invitation Letter Writing
SECTION “B” (Hindi)
5&
6&
7&
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1.2 APPLIED MATHEMATICS I(A)
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The study of mathematics is an important requirement
for the understanding and development of any branch of
engineering. The purpose of teaching mathematics to diploma
engineering
students is to impart them basic knowledge
of mathematics
which
is
needed for full understanding
and study of engineering subjects.
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S.N.
Units
Coverage Time
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1.
Algebra- I
8
3
2.
Algebra- II
8
3
3.
Trignometry
6
2
4.
Differential Calculus-I
10
3
5.
Differential Calculus-II
10
3
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DETAILED CONTENTS:
1.
ALGEBRA-I : (10 Marks)
1.1
Series : AP and GP; Sum, nth term, Mean
1.2
Binomial theorem for positive, negative and fractional index
(without proof). Application of Binomial theorem.
1.3
Determinants : Elementary properties of determinant of order
2 and 3, Multiplication system of algebraic equation,
Consistency of equation, Crammer's rule
2.
ALGEBRA-II:(10 Marks)
2.1
Vector algebra : Dot and Cross product, Scaler
triple product.
2.2
Complex number.
and
vector
Complex
numbers, Representation, Modulus
and
amplitud
Demoivre theorem, its application in solving algebraic
equations, Mod. function and its properties..
3.
TRIGONOMETRY :(8 Marks)
3.1
Relation between sides and angles of a triangle : Statement
of various formulae showing relation ship between sides and
angle of a triangle.
3.2
Inverse circular functions :
4.
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS - I : (12 Marks)
4.1
Functions, limits, continuity, - functions and their graphs,
range and domain, elementary methods of finding limits
Simple case only
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(right and left),
differentiability.
elementary
test
for
continuity
finding derivative, - Function of
differentiation, Differentiation
and
4.2
Methods of
Logaritimic
functions.
5.
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS -II :(10 Marks)
5.1
Higher order derivatives, Leibnitz theorem.
5.2
Special
functions
(Exponential,
Logarithmic,
Inverse
circular and function), Definition, Graphs, range and Domain
and Derivations of each of these functions.
5.3
Application
Finding Tangants,
Normal,
Points
of
Maxima/Minima,
Increasing/Decreasing
functions,
Rate,
Measure, velocity, Acceleration, Errors and approximation.
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of implicit
1.3 APPLIED PHYSICS-I
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Common
to
All Engineering Courses]
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Engineering physics is a foundation Course.
Its
purpose is to develop proper understanding of physical
phenomenon and scientific temper in the students. While
teaching the subject,teachers should make maximum use of
demonstrations to make the subject interesting to the
students.
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Sl.No.
Topics
L T P
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1.
Units & Dimensions
3 1 2.
Errors in Measurement
3 1 3.
Circular Motion
4 1 4.
Motion of Planets
4 1 5.
Dynamics of rigid body (Rotational Motion) 5 1 6.
Fluid Mechanics and Friction
4 1 7.
Friction
4 1 8.
Harmonic Motion
5 2 9.
Heat & Thermodynamics
6 4 10.
Acoustics
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DETAILED CONTENTS:
1. Units and Dimensions (4 Marks)
S.I. Units & Dimensions of physical quantities, Dimensional
formula and dimensional equation. Principle of homogenity of
dimensions and applications of homogenity principle to:
i) Checking the correctness of physical equations,
ii) Deriving relations among various physical quantities,
iii) Conversion of numerical values of physical quantities
from one system of units into another. Limitations of
dimensional analysis.
2.
ERRORS AND MEASUREMENT (4 Marks)
Errors in measuremnts, accuracy and precision, random and
systematic errors, estimation of probable errors in the
results of measurement(Combination of erros in addition,
substraction,
multipication
and
powers).
Significant
figures, and order of accuracy in resprect to instruments,
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3.
Circular Motion (5 Marks)
Central forces. Uniform Circular motion (Horizental and
Vertical cases),angular velocity,angular acceleration and
centripetal acceleration.Relationship between linear and
angular
velocity
and
acceleration.
Centripetal
and
centrifugal forces. Practical applications of centripetal
forces.
Principle of centrifuge.
4.
MOTION OF PLANETS AND SATELLITES :(5 Marks)
Gravitational force, Acceleration due to gravity and its
variation w.r. to height and depth from earth, Kapler's Law,
Escope and orbital velocity, Time period of satellite, Geostationary, Polar satellites (Concept Only)
5.
Dynamics of Rigid Body (Rotational Motion) (6 Marks)
Rigid
body,Rotational
motion,
Moment
of
inertia,Theorems(Perpendicular and Parallel axis) of moment
of inertia (Statement). Expression of M.I. of regular bodies
(Lamina, Sphere, Disc, Cylindercal),Concept of Radius of
gyration,
angular
momentum, Conservation
of
angular
momentum,
Torque, Rotational kinetic energy. Rolling of
sphere on the slant plane . Concept of Fly wheel.
6.
Fluid Mechanics :(5 Marks)
Surface tension, Capillary action and determination of
surface tension from capilary rise method,
Equation of
continuity
(A1V1=A2V2), Bernoulli's theorem,
and
its
application stream line and Turbulent flow,
Reynold's
number.
7.
Friction :(4 Marks)
Introduction, Physical significance of friction, Advantage
and disadvantage of friction and its role in every day life.
Coefficients of static and dynamic friction and their
measurements.
viscosity, coeff. of viscosity,
&
its
determination by stoke's method.
8.
Harmonic Motion (6 Marks)
Periodic Motion , characterstics of simple harmonic motion;
equation of S.H.M. and determination of velocity
and
acceleration. Graphical representation. Spring-mass system.
Simple pendulum. Derivation of its periodic time. Energy
conservation in S.H.M.. Concept of phase, phase difference,
Definition of free, forced, undamped and damped vibrations,
Resonance and its sharpness, Q-factor.
9.
Heat & Thermodynamics: (6 Marks)
Modes
of
heat transfer (Conduction,
Convection
and
Radiation), coefficient of thermal conductivity Isothermal
and
adiabatic process. Zeroth First, Second
Law
of
Thermodynamics and Carnot cycle, Heat Engine (Concept Only).
10.
Acoustics (5 Marks)
Definition of pitch, loudness, quality and
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intensity
of
sound waves. Echo, reverberation and reverberation time.
Sabine's
formula
without
Derivation.
Control
of
reverberation time (problems on
reverberation time).
Accoustics of building defects and remedy.
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(Common To Instrumentation & Conatrol Engineering)
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Introduction
6
2
2.
Force Analysis
10
3
3.
General condition of equilibrium
10
3
4.
Stress & Strain
10
2
5.
Beam & Trusses
10
2
6.
Materials & Concepts Use In Electronics
10
2
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Total
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
Introduction:
Mechanics and its utility. Concept of scaler and vector
quantities. Effect of a force. Tension & compression. Rigid
body. Principle of physical independence of force. Principle
of transmissibility of a force.
2.
Forces Analysis:
Concept of coplaner and non-coplaner forces
including
parallel forces. Concurrent and non-concurrent
forces.
Resultant force. Equilibrium of forces. Law of parallelogram
of forces. Law of triangle of forces and its converse. Law
of polygon of forces. Solution of simple
engineering
problems by analytical and graphical methods such as simple
wall crane, jib crane and other structures. Determination of
resultant of any number of forces in one plane acting upon a
praticle,conditions of equilibrium of coplaner
concurrent
force system.
3.
General Condition of Equilibrium:
General condition of equilibrium of a rigid body under
the action of coplaner forces, statement of force law
of equilibrium, moment law of equilibrium, application
of above on body.
4.
Stresses and strains:
Concept of stress and strain. Concept of various types of
stresses and strains . Definitions of tension, compression
shear, bending, torsion. Concept of volumetric and lateral
strains, Poisson's ratio. Mechanical properties of MS, SS, CI
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Al and etc.
5.
Beams & Trusses:
Definition of statically determinate and
indeterminate
trusses. Types of supports. Concept of tie &
strut,
calculation of reaction at the support of cantilever and
simply supported beams and trusses. (simple problems only)
6.A. MATERIALS & CONCEPT USED IN ELECTRONICS :
Soldering
materials - Type, chemical composition
and
properties, Soldering alloys - Tin lead, Tin antimony, Tin
silver, Lead silver, Tin zinc, Different types of flux and
their properties, Properties of plastics materials, Epoxy
materials for PCB (Single and multi layer board), Emulsion
parameters, Film emulsion, Type of laminates (Phenolic,
Epoxy, Polyster, Silicon, Melamine, Polymide), Properties of
copper clad laminates, Material (Filler, Resin, Copper Foil)
Photo printing basic for double side PCB, Photo resin
materials coating process materials, Screen printing and its
materials Etching agent, Film processing and used materials.
(B)
Soldering & Brazing:
For black Galvanised and Tincoated Iron
and copper sheets only.
sheet,
brass
(1)
Its concept, comparison with welding as joining
method and classification, electric soldering and
forge soldering.
(2)
Soldering operation- edge preparation of joints,
Pickling and degreasing, Fluxing, Tinning and
Soldering.
Wave soldering, solder mask,
Dip
soldering, Drag soldering,
(3)
Materials
Used-Common fluxes, soft and
hard
solder, solder wire (Plain and Resin core) and
sticks, spelters and their specifications and
discription ( For Identification Only), forge
soldering bits.
(4)
Electric soldering iron, other soldering tools.
(5)
Common defects likely to occurs during and
soldering.
(6)
Safety of
observed.
Personnel, Equipment &
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Tools
after
to
be
1.5 ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS & DEVICES
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engg.)
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RATIONALE
Knowledge of Electronic components & devices is quite
essential for a student of electronics engineering diploma
programme. With the knowledge of these active and passive
components he will work sucessfully in every field of the
branch.
Therefore
a diploma student
in
electronics
engineering must be equipped with the fundamental knowledge
about electronic components, voltage and current source,
semi
conductor diode, tranistors, FET and
integrated
circuits for successful handling of industrial problems.
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Sr. No.
Units
Coverage Time
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Introduction To Electronics, Its
4
2
Component and Decives, Its Application
2.
Passive Components
8
4
3.
Voltage & Current Source
4
2
4.
Semiconductor Diode
8
4
5.
Introduction To Bipolar Transistor
8
4
6.
Transistor Biasing & Stabilization
6
3
7.
Single Stage Transistor Amplifier
6
3
8.
Field Effect Transistor
4
2
9.
Metal Oxide Field Effect Transistor
4
2
10. Complementary Metal Oxide Field Effect
4
2
Transistor
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS:
1.1. Application of Electronics in different fields.
1.2. Brief introduction to active components and devices.
2.
PASSIVE COMPONENTS:
2.1. Resister- Working characteristics/properties,
ResistorsCarbon film, metal-film, carbon composition, wire wound and
variable type (presets and potentiometers) constructional
details,
characteristics
(size,
voltage,
tolerance
temperature
and
frequency
dependance
and
noise
consideration, specification Testing, mutual comparison and
typical applications, Voltage Dependent Resistor (VDR).
2.2. Capacitors- Working characteristics/properties, Capacitorspolyster,
Metallized polyster, ceramic paper mica and
electrolytic
tantalum
and
solid
aluminium
types;
construction
details
and
testing,
specifications,
mutual comparison & typical applications.
2.3. Inductors,
Transformers
and
RF
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coils-
Working
characteristics/properties
Methods of manufacture of inductors, RF coils and small
power and AF transformer and their testing. Properties of
cores.
Needs and type of shielding.
3.
VOLTAGE AND CURRENT SOURCES:
3.1. Concept of constant voltage sources, symbol
representation,
characteristics of ideal
voltage sources.
and
and
graphical
practical
3.2. Concept of constant current source, symbol and
representation, characteristics of ideal and
current sources.
graphical
practical
3.3. Conversion
vice-versa
of
voltage source into a
current
3.4
Concept of floating and grounded D.C. supplies.
4.
SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE:
source
and
4.1. P-N junction diode, Mechanism of current flow in P-N
junction drift and diffusion currents, depletion
layer,
potential barrier, P-N junction diode characteristics, zener
& avalanche breakdown, concept of junction capacitance in
forward & reverse bias conditions.
4.2. Semiconductor diode characteristics, dynamic resistance &
their
calculation from diode characteristics,
dynamic
resistance of diode in terms of diode current. Variation of
leakage current and forward voltage with temperature(No
deveration).
4.3. Diode (P-N junction) as rectifier, Half wave rectifier full
wave rectifier including bridge rectifier, relationship
between
D.C. output voltage and A.C.
input
voltage
rectification efficiency and ripple factor for rectifier
circuits, filter circuits shunt capacitor, series inductor,
capacitor input filter, bleeder resistance, working of the
filters and typical applications of each type.
4.4. Different types of diodes, characteristics and typical
application of power diodes, zener diodes, varactor diodes,
point contact diodes, tunnel diodes, LED's and photo diodes.
4.5. Important specifications of rectifier diode and zener diode.
5.
INTRODUCTION TO BIPOLAR TRANSISTOR:
5.1. Concept to bipolar transistor as a two junction three
terminal device having two kinds of charge carriers, PNP and
NPN transistors, their symbols and mechanisms of current
flow, explanation of fundamental current relations.
Concept of leakage current (ICBO) effect of temperature on
leakage current.
Standard notation for current and voltage polarity.
5.2. CB, CE and CC configruations.
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(a)
Common base configuration (CB): inputs and output
characteristics, determination of transistor parameters
(input
and
output) dynamic
resistance,
current
amplification factor.
(b)
Common emitter configuration: current relations in CE
configration, collector current interms of base current
and leakage current (ICEO), relationship between the
leakage current in CB and CE configuration, input and
output characteristics, determination of dynamic input
and output resistance and current amplification factor
B from the characteristics.
(C)
Common collector configuration: Expression for emitter
current in terms of base current and leakage current in
CC configuration.
5.3
Comparision of CB and CE configuration with regards to
dynamic input and output resistance, current gain and leakge
current performance of CE configuration for low frequency
voltage
amplification.
Typical
application
of
CB
configuration in amplification.
5.4
Transistor as an amplifier in CE configuration.
(a)
DC load line, Its equation and drawing it on
characteristics.
collector
(b)
Determination of small signal voltage and current gain
of a basic transistor amplifier using CE
output
characteristic and DC load line, Concept of power gain
as a product of voltage gain and current gain.
6
TRANSISTOR BIASING AND STABILIZATION OF OPERATING POINT:
6.1
Different
transistor biasing circuits for fixing
the
operating points, effect of temperature on operating point.
Need and method for stabilization of operating point.
Effect of fixing operating point in cut-off or saturation
region on performance of amplifier.
6.2
Calculation
of operating point for different
biasing
circuits, use of Thevenin's theorem in analysing potential
divider biasing circuit.
6.3
Simple design problems on potential divider biasing circuit.
7
SINGLE STAGE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIER:
7.1
Analysis of Single Stage CE, CB and CC amplifier.
7.2
Single stage
compontents.
7.3
AC load line and its use in :
(a) Calculation of current and voltage gain of
stage amplifier circuit.
(b)
CE
Explanation
amplifier circuits
of
with
phase reversal of the
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proper
biasing
a
single-
output
valtage
with respect to input voltage.
8.
FIELD EFFECT TRANSISTOR (FET)
8.1
Construction,
Junction FET.
8.2
Analysis of Single Stage CS, CG and CD amplifiers. (Only
Brief Idea)
9.
MOSFET :
9.1
Construction, operation, Characteristics and
MOSFET in both depletion and enhancement modes.
9.2
Analysis of
Brief Idea)
10.
CMOS :
operation,
characteristics
Single Stage CS, CG and CD
and
Biasing
Biasing
amplifiers.
10.1 Construction, operation and Characteristics of CMOS in
depletion and enhancement modes.
of
of
(Only
both
10.2 Use of CMOS as Invertor, Different application of CMOS, CMOS
IC.
10.3 Comparison of JEET, MOSFET and Bipolar transistor.
LIST OF BOOKS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Bhargava, Kulshreshtha & Gupta - "Baisc Electronics & Linear
Circuits" - Tata Mcgraw-Hill.
Malvino, A. P. - "Electrinics Principles" - Tata McgrawHill.
Sedra, Adel S. Smith, Kenneth. C. " Micro Electronics
Circuits" - Oxford University Press 5th Edtion
Sombir Sing - Electronic Components DevicesNath Publication Meerut
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Prakesh
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS & DEVICES
LIST OF PRACTICALS
1.
Semiconductor diode characteristics :
(i)
Identifications of types of packages, terminals and
noting different ratings using data books for various
types
of semiconductor diodes
(Germanium,
point
contact, silicon low power and high power and switching
diode).
(ii) Plotting of forward V-I characteristics for a point
contact and junction P-N diode ( Silicon & Germanium
diode).
2.
Rectifier circuits using semiconductor diode, measurement of
input and output voltage and plotting of input and output
wave shapes
(i) Half wave rectifier.
(ii) Full wave rectifier (centre tapped and bridge rectifier
circuits)
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
To Plot forward and reverse V-I characteristics for a zener
diode.
To Plot wave shapes of a full wave rectifier with shunt
capacitor, series inductor and n filter circuit.
To Plot the input and output characteristics and calculation
of parameters of a transistor in common base configuration.
To Plot input and output characteristics and calculation of
parameters of a transistor in common emitter configuration
Transistor Biasing circuits
(i). Measurement of operating point (Ic & Vce) for a fixed
bias circuit.
(ii).Potential divider biasing circuits.
(Measurement can be made by changing the transistor in the
circuits by another of a same type number.
Plot the FET characteristics and determination of its
parameters from these characteristics.
Measurement of voltage gain and plotting of the frequency
response curve of a JFET amplifier circuits.
Measurement of voltage gain and plotting of the frequency
response curve of a MOSFET amplifier circuits.
Single stage Common Emitter Amplifier Circuits
(i). Measurement of voltage gain at 1 KHZ for different load
resistance.
(ii) Plotting of frequency response of a single stage
amplifier circuit.
(iii) Measurement of input and output impedance of the
amplifier circuit.
12. Familarization with lan instrument(Multimeter/CRO), etc.
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(Common with Instrumentation & Control Engineering)
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A diploma holder in electronics is likely to be employed in
industries where fabrication manufacturing, marking and
servicing of electronics products & instruments are carried
out. In such a job situation, he/she will come across
various types of drawing of components, circuits & system. A
knowledge of enginnering drawing will be useful to interpret
those
drawing.
In case he/she
gets
employment
in
documentation service in an electronics industry, he himself
may have to prepare such drawing & for this work and
understanding of the basis of concepts & principles involved
in engineering drawing will be useful and have the necessity
of this subject.
INSTRUCTIONAL
OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the instruction in the subject,
should be able to :-
the
1.
Draw free hand sketches of the schematic
electronic circuits, using standard symbols.
diagrams
2.
Prepare drawing from the rough sketches provied and/or
enlarge/reduce the given drawing to the desired scale.
3.
Draw
exploded
views of components
preparation of service drawing.
4.
Draw wiring diagram & make parts list;
5.
Draw
various
projection.
6.
Identify the object when plan, elevation & views of the same
are given .
7.
Re arrange block reprsentation of the given circuits.
views
of
the
object
&
learner
assemblies
using
of
in
orthographic
Prat-1 (Mechanical Drawing)
DETALLED CONTENTS.
1.
Free hand sketching :
1.1
Introduction of Engineering drawing & its
the field of engineering.
1.2
Need of standard practices in engineering drawing.
1.3
Standard practice as per IS-696-1972.
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significance
in
1.4
Free hand sketching; different types of lines,
lettering of different types
2.
Care, handling
materials:
2.1
Drawing instruments.
2.2
Materials used in drawing work.
2.3
Sheet
sheet
with
mutual
3.
Lettering techniques and practice
3.1
Free hand drawing of letters & numerals in 3, 5, 8 & 12
seriws, vertical upright and inclined at 75o.
3.2
Instrumental single stroke lettering in 12 mm.
4.
Dimensioning Techniques :
4.1
Necessity
of
dimensioning,
appropriate
methods
of
dimensioning, their merits and demerits, selection of proper
dimension technique.
4.2
Requirements of view for complete dimensioning.
5.
Projection :
5.1
Principle of Projection-I
5.2
6.
&
proper
use
of
drawing
free
hand
instruments
&
size, layout & planning of drawing sheet (familarity
size, layout & planning of drawing sheet (familarity
standared paper sizes, e.g A4, A3 & A2 and their
relationship).
mm
(a)
Recognition of objects from the given pictorial view.
(b)
Identification of surfaces from
pictorial views.
(c)
Exercise on missing surfaces (views).
(d)
Sketching practice of pictorial views objects given.
different
objects
&
Principle of Projection-II.
(a)
Principle of orthographic projections.
(b)
Three views of given object.
(c)
Six views of given object.
(d)
From shapes of inclined surfaces.
(e)
Invisible lines, centre lines, extension &
lines.
(f)
Location & drawing of missing lines.
Sections :
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dimensioning
6.1
Importance of sectioning.
6.2
Method of representing the section.
6.3
Conventional sections of different materials.
6.4
Types of sections ;types of breaks, aligned sections.
6.5
Sectioning of simple objects like brackets, pulleys etc.
7.
Details & Assembly drawing :
7.1
Symbols used to show joints in chasis & frames.
7.2
Principles of detail & assembly drawing ;part cataloguing.
7.3
Practical exercises of drawing exploded views
components & making assembly drawing.
NOTE
of
machine
:
1.
Whenever possible drawing work should
ralevant to electronics discipline.
involve
exemples
2.
Examples from electronics parts catalogue, views of machine
electronic equipment, chasis, consoles, PCB (Printed Circuit
Board) Hi Fi cabnets etc. may be used.
PART-II (ELECTRONICS DRAWING)
1.
Draw the standard symbols of the following :
(Different pages of ISI standard IS; 2032 may be referred):
1.1
(a) Resistors
Capacitors:
Fixed,
electrolytric and ganged tpes.
preset,
varible,
(b)
Inductors : Fixed, tapped and varible types, RF &
chokes, Air cored, Solid cored & laminated cored.
(c)
Transformers : Step-up, step-down.
Auto-transformer, IF transformer.
AF
& RF
AF
types,
Antenna, Chassis, Earth, Loudspeaker, Microphone,
Fuse
Indicating lamp, Coaxial cable, Switches-double pole single
throw (DPST), Double pole throw (DPT) and Rotary types,
terminals and connection of conductors.
1.2. Active Devices:
(a). Semiconductor : Rectifier diode, Zener diode, Varacter
diode, Tunnel diode, Photo, Light emitting diode (LED),
Bipolar transsitor, junction field effect transistor
(JFET),
Mosfet,
Photo transistor,
Uni
junction
transistor (UTJ), Silicon control rectifier (SCR),
Diac, Triacs outlines ( with their types numbers e.g
TO3, TO5, TO18, TO39, TO65 etc) of the different types
of semiconductor diodes, Transistors Scrs,
Diacs,
Triacs
and ICs (along with indicators for
pin
identification etc.)
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1.3. Telephone components :
(a). Telephone
Instrument/Components
:
Receiver, Filters & Hybrid transformer.
Transmitter,
1.4. Draw standard symbols of NOT, AND, NAND, OR, NOR XOR,
Expandable & Tristate gates, Op, Amp, Ic,
Flip-flops
(Combination of 2,3,4 input gates should be drawn).
2.
Draw the following : (With the help of
given).
rough
2.1
Circuit diagram of a Wein's bridge oscillator.
2.2
Circuit diagram of a Battery eliminator.
2.3
Block diagram of a typical Radio receiver.
2.4
Block diagram of an Electronic multimeter.
2.5
Circuit of Emergency light.
2.6
Circuit diagram of Voltage stabilizers.
2.7
Circuit diagram of Fan regulator.
3.
Connection wiring diagrams.
3.1
Point to point pictorial.
3.2
Highway or trunk line.
3.3
Base line or air line.
sketch/clues
Exercise on reading & interpreting of wiring diagrams.
4.
Graphical
Representation of Data :
General
concept,
selection of varibles & curve fitting, curve indentification
zero point location. Use of various graph paper
and
perparation of diagram from given data. Bar charts, pie
graph, pictorial graph.
5.
Given the block diagram of a radio receiver on
enlarge the same to A-2 size.
6.
Given the block diagram of a TV receiver in A-1/A-2
reduce it to A-3 size.
7.
Convert a rough block diagram sketch on
finished block diagram on A-2 size.
8.
P.C.B layout of a single electronic circuit on a graph
sheet. Keeping in view the actual size of the components.
A-4
A-4
size,
size,
size
to
a
PART-III (INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL DRAWING)
Drawing of common symbols use in instrumentation and signal
flow graph in control systems. (Only For Instrumentaion &
Control Engineering)
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INSTRUMENTATION SYMBOLS :
Locally mounted instruments, Instruments at control centre,
Instrument with two services, Transmitter, Pneumatic control
valve, Hydraulic control valve, Solenoid volve, Safety
valve, Self operated controller, Process line
On-Fire
sensor, Point of measurement, Fluid Pressure Line, Electric
line, Pneumatic line, Capillary line, Special type of
valves, Method to differentiate various process line using
current, Identification table for instrumentation diagram.
Instrumentation diagram of process
diagram should be drawn on one sheet)
unit
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(At
least
two
II Semester
[
2.1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS I (B)
Common to All Engineering Courses]
L
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Rationale:
The study of mathematics is an important requirement
for the understanding and development of any branch of
engineering. The purpose of teaching mathematics to diploma
engineering
students is to impart them basic knowledge
of mathematics
which
is
needed for full understanding
and study of engineering subjects.
_________________________________________________________________
S.N.
Units
Coverage Time
______________________________________________________L____T___P_
1.
Integral Calculus-I
12
4
2.
Integral Calculus-II
12
4
3.
Coordinate Geometry (2 Dimensional)
10
3
4.
Coordinate Geometry (3 Dimensional)
8
3
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DETAILED CONTENTS:
1.
INTEGRAL CALCULUS - I : (14 Marks)
1.1
Methods
of Indefinite Integration
Integration by substitution.
1.2
Integration by rational function.
1.3
Integration by partial fraction.
1.4
Integration by parts.
2.
INTEGRAL CALCULUS -II :(14 Marks)
2.1
Meaning and properties of definite integrals, Evaluation
definite integrals. Integration of special function.
2.2
Application : Finding areas bounded by simple curves, Length
of simple curves, Volume of solids of revolution, centre of
mean of plane areas.
2.3
Simposns 1/3rd and Simposns3/8th rule and Trapezoidal Rule :
their application in simple cases.
3.
CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY (2 DIMENSION):(14 Marks)
3.1
CIRCLE :
:-
Equation of circle in standard form. Centre - Radius
Diameter form, Two intercept form.
3.2
Standard form and simple properties
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of
form,
Parabola x2=4ay, y2=4ax,
Ellipse x2
y2
-- + --=1
a2
b2
Hyperbola
x2
y2
--- - ---=1
a2
b2
4.
CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY (3 DIMENSION):(8 Marks)
4.1
Straight lines and planes in space -
4.2
Distance between two points in space, direction cosine
direction ratios, Finding equation of a straight line
Plane ( Different Forms),
and
and
Sphere x2 + y2 + z2 + 2gx + 2fy + 2wz=d (Radius, Centre
General Equation)
and
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2.2 APPLIED PHYSICS-II
[
Common
to
All Engineering Courses]
L
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2/2
P
4
Rationale:
Engineering physics is a foundation Course.
Its
purpose is to develop proper understanding of physical
phenomenon and scientific temper in the students. While
teaching the subject,teachers should make maximum use of
demonstrations to make the subject interesting to the
students.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
_________________________________________________________________
Sl.No.
Topics
L T P
_________________________________________________________________
1.
Optics
4 1 2.
Introduction To Fiber Optics
4 1 3.
Laser & its Application
4 1 4.
Electrostatics
4 1 5.
D.C. Circuits
4 1 6.
Magnetic Materials & Their Properties
4 1 7.
Semi Conductor Physics
4 1 8.
Introduction Diode & Transistors
4 2 9.
Introduction To Digital Electronics
4 2 10.
Non-conventional energy sources
6 3 __________________________________________________________________
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1.
Optics (4 Marks)
Nature of light, Laws of Reflection and Refraction, Snell's
Law,
Interference
(Constructive
and
Deotructive),
Diffraction and Polarization (Concept Only), Law of Mallus
and Polaroids.
2.
Introduction To Fibre Optics :(5 Marks)
Critical angle, Total internal reflection, Principle of
fibre optics, Optical fibre, Pulse dispersion in step-index
fibres, Graded index fibre, Single mode fibre, Optical
sensor.
3.
Lasers and its Applications (4 Marks)
Absorbtion and Emission of energy by atom, Spontaneous and
Stimulated Emission, Poluation inversion, Main component of
laser and types of laser- Ruby Laser, He-Ne laser and their
applications. Introduction to MASER.
4.
Electrostatics :(4 Marks)
Coutomb's Law, Electric field, Electric potential, Potential
energy, Capacator, Energy of a charged capacitor, Effect of
dielectric on capacators.
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5.
D.C. Circuits (5 Marks)
Ohm's Law, Kirchoff's Law and their simple application,
Principle of Wheat Stone bridge and application of this
principle in measurement of resistance (Meter bridge and
Post Office Box); Carey Foster's bridge, potentiometer.
6.
Magnetic Materials and Their Properties: (5 Marks)
Dia, Para and Ferro-magnetism, Ferrites, Magnatic Hysteresis
Curve and its utility. Basic idea of super conductivity,
Meissner's effect.
7. Semiconductor Physics (4 Marks)
Concept of Energy bands in soldis, classification of solids
into conductors, insulators and semiconductors on the basis
of energy band structure. Intrinsic and extrinsic semi
conductors, Electrons and holes as charge carriers in
semiconductors, P-type and N-type semiconductors.
8.
Junction Diode and Transister : (6 Marks)
Majority
and
Minority
charge
carriers,P-N
junction
formation, barrier voltage, Forward and reverse biasing of a
junction
diode, P-N junction
device
characteristics,
Formation of transistor, transistor-action, Base, emitter
and collector currents and their relationship LED's.
9.
Introduction To Digital Electronics : (6 Marks)
Concept of binary numbers, Interconversion from binary to
decimal and decimal to binary. Concepts of Gates (AND, NOT,
OR).
10. Non-conventional energy sources: (7 Marks)
(a)
Wind energy : Introduction, scope and significance,
measurement of wind velocty by anemometer, general
principle
of
wind mill.
(b)
Solar energy: Solar radiation and potentiality of
solar radiation in India, uses of solar energy:
Solar Cooker, solar water heater, solar photovoltaic
cells, solar energy collector.
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PHYSICS LAB
Note:
Any
4 experiments are to be performed.
1.
Determination of coefficient of friction on a horizontal plane.
2.
Determination of 'g' by plotting a graph T2 verses l and using
the formula g=4n2/Slope of the graph line
3.
Determine the force connstant of combinationof springs incase
of 1. Series 2. Parallel.
4.
To verify the series and parallel combination of
with the help of meter bridge.
5.
To determine the velocity of sound with the help of resonance
tube.
6.
Determination
Stoke's law.
7.
Determination of E1/E2 of cells by potentio meter.
8.
Determination of specific resistance by
9.
Determination of resitivity by P.O.Box.
of viscosity coefficient of
a
Resistances
lubricant
by
Carry Foster bridge.
10. Verification of Kirchoff's Law.
11. To draw Characteristics of p-n Junction diode.
12. To measure instantaneous and average
wind velocity
indicating cup type anemometer/hand held anemometer.
by
NOTE :
Students should be asked to plot a graph in experiments
(where possible) and graph should be used for calculation of
results. Results should be given in significant figures
only.
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[
Common
to
All Engineering Courses]
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Rationale:
Engineering
Chemistry
has
profound
and
deep
relationship
with
the
industrial
and
environmental
technology. This curriculum intends to impart technical
knowledge alongwith productive practice to the students
of
the diploma engineering. The teachers are expected to guide
the students in the classroom and the laboratories according
to the curriculum by demonstrations and by showing relevant
materials and equipments to inculcate interests in learning
among students.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
_________________________________________________________________
Sl.No.
Topics
L T P
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1.
Atomic Structure
4
- 2
Chemical Bonding
6
- 3.
Classification of Elements
4
- 4.
Electro Chemistry-I
7
- 5.
Electro Chemistry-II
8
- 6.
Chemical Kinetics
4
- 7.
Catalysis
4
- 8.
Solid State
4
- 9.
Fuels
4
- 10.
Water Treatment
6
- 11.
Colloidal State
4
- 12.
Lubricants
4
- 13.
Hydrocarbons
7
- 14.
Organic Reactions & Mechanism
8
- 15
Polymers
4
- 16
Synethetic Materials
6
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1.
ATOMIC STRUCTURE :(3 MARKS)
Basic concept of atomic structure, Matter wave concept,
Quantum number, Haisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, Shaples
of orbitals.
2.
CHEMICAL BONDING :(4 MARKS)
Covalent bond, Ionic & Co-ordinate, Hydrogen
Valence bond theory, Hybridisation, VSEPR theory,
orbital theory.
3.
CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS :(3 MARKS)
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bonding,
Molecular
Modern classification of elements (s,p,d and
elements),
Periodic properties : Ionisation
electro negativity, Electron affinity.
4.
f
blcok
potential
ELECTRO CHEMISTRY-I:(3 MARKS)
Arrhenius Theory of electrolytic dissociation,
Transport
number, Electrolytic conductance, Ostwald dilution law.
Concept of Acid and bases : Bronsted, Arrhenius and Lewis
theory. Concept of pH and numericals.
Buffer solutions,
Indicators, Solubility product, Common ion effect with their
application,
5.
ELECTRO CHEMISTRY-II:(3 MARKS)
Redox
reactions, Electrode potential(Nernst
Equation),
Electro-chemical cell (Galvanic and Electrolytic). EMF of a
cell and free energy change. Standard electrode potential,
Electro chemical series and its application. Chemical and
Electrochemical
theory of corrosion, Galvenic
Series.
Prevention of corrosion by various method.
6.
CHEMICAL KINETICS :(3 MARKS)
Law of mass action, order and molecularity of rection.
Activation energy, rate constants, Ist order reactions and
2nd order reactions.
7.
CATALYSIS :(2 MARKS)
Definition Characteristics of catalytic reactions, Catalytic
promotors and poison , Autocatalysis and Negative catalysis,
Theory of catalysis, Application.
8.
SOLID STATE :(2 MARKS)
Types of solids (Amorphous and Crystalline), Classification
(Molecular, Ionic, Covalent, Metallic), Band theory of
solids (Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators), types of
Crystals, FCC, BCC, Crystal imperfection.
9.
FUELS :(3 MARKS)
Definition,
its classification, high & low
Calorific
value.Determination of calorific value of solid and liquid
fuels by Bomb calorimeter.
Liquid fuel - Petroleum and its refining, distillate of
petroleum (Kerosene oil, Disel and Petrol), Benzol and Power
alchol. Knocking, Anti-knocking agents, Octane number and
Cetane number.
Cracking and its type, Gasoling from hydrogenation of
(Bergius process and Fischer tropsch's process)
coal
Gaseous Fuel - Coal gas, Oil gas, Water gas, Producer
Bio gas, LPG and CNG.
gas,
Numerical Problems based on topics
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10.
WATER TREATMENT :(3 MARKS)
Hardness of water, Its limits and determination of hardness
of water by EDTA method. Softening methods (Only Sods lime,
Zeolote and Ion exchange resin process). Disadvantage of
hard water in different industries, scale and
sludge
formation, Corrosion, Caustic embritlement, primming and
foarming in biolers.
Disinfecting of Water By Chloramine-T, Ozone and Chlorine.
Advantage and disadvantage of chlorinational, Industrial
waste and sewage, Municipality waste water
treatment,
Definition of BOD and COD. Numerical Problems based on
topics.
11.
COLLOIDAL STATE OF MATTER :(3 MARKS)
Concept of collidal and its types, Different system of
colloids, Dispersed phase and dispersion medium.
Methods of preparation of colloidal solutions, Dialysis and
electrodialysis. Properties of colloidal solution
with
special reference to absorption, Brownian Movement, tyndal
effect, Electro phoresis and coagulation. relative stability
of hydrophillic and hydrophobie colloids. Protection and
protective colloids. Emulsion, Types, preparation,properties
and uses. Application of colloids chemistry in different
industries.
12.
LUBRICANTS :(3 MARKS)
Definition, classification, Necessasity and various kinds of
lubricants. Function and mechanism of action of lubricants
and examples. Properties of lubricants, Importance
of
additive compunds in lubricants, Synthetic lubricants and
cutting fluids. Industrial application, its function in
bearing.
13.
HYDROCARBONS:(4 MARKS)
A.
Classification and IUPAC nomeuclature of organic
hamologous series (Functional Group)
B.
Preparation, properties and uses of Ethane, Ethene,
(Acetylene), Benzene and Toluene.
14.
ORGANIC REACTIONS & MECHANISM:(4 MARKS)
1.
Fundamental auspects A.
B.
Ethyne
Electrophiles and nucleophiles, Reaction Intermediates,
Free radical, Carbocation, Carbanion
Inductive effect, Mesomeric effect, Electromeric effect.
2.A. Mechanism
of
addition reaction
Cyanohydrin and Peroxide effect),
B.
compounds
Mechanism
of
hydrolysis of
halogenation,
reaction.
(Markonicove's
Rule,
Substitution
reactions; (Nucleophillic)
alkyle halide, electrophillic substitution
Sulphonation, Niration and
friedel-Craft
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C.
Mechanism of Elimination reaction - Dehydration of primary
alcohol, Dehyrohalogenation of primary alkyl halide.
15.
POLYMERS :(3 MARKS)
1.
Polymers
and their classification. Average degree
of
polymerisation, Average molecular weight, Free
radical
polymerisation (Mechanisms)
2.
Thermosetting and Thermoplastic resen A.
Addition polymers
Polystyrene, PVA,
Teflon.
and their industrial applicationPVC, PAN, PMMA, Buna-S, Buna-N,
B.
Condensation polymer and their industrial application :
Nylon 6, Nylon 6,6, Bakelite, Melamine formaldehyde,
Urea formaldehyde, Terylene or Decron, Polyurethanes.
3.
General concept of Bio polymers, Biodegradable polymers
inorganic polymers(Silicon)
16.
SYNETHETIC MATERIALS :(4 MARKS)
A.
B.
C.
Introduction - Fats and Oils
Saponification of fats and oils , Manufacturing of soap.
Synthetic
detergents,
types of
detergents
and
its
manufacturing.
EXPLOSIVES: TNT, RDX, Dynamite.
Paint and Varnish
3.
4.
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and
2.4 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
[Common
with Civil Engg., Civil (Spl.
With
Rural),
Mechanical Engg.,(Specialisation in Production, Automobile,
Refrigeration
and
Air
conditioning),
Electronics
Engg.,Instumentation and Control Engg., Dairy Engg., Leather
Technology, Footwear and Leather Goods Tech., Cermics,
Chemical Engg.(Four year Sandwitch), Chemical Tech. (Rubber
& Plastic), Chemical Tech. (Fertilizer) ]
L
T
P
2
5
Rationale:
Computers are being used for design and information
processing in all branches of engineering. An exposure to
fundamentals of computer programming is very essential for
all diploma holders. this subject has been included to
introduce students in the use and application of computers
in engineering.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
__________________________________________________________________
Sl.No.
Units
Coverage Time
______________________________________________________L___T___P___
1.
Introduction to Computer
4
2.
Introduction To Operating System
3
(MS DOS/Windows)
3.
Word Processing
4
4.
Worksheet
4
5.
Presentation
4
6.
Data Base Operation
3
7.
Introduction to Internet
2
8.
Introduction to advance tools
4
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
Introduction
A.
B.
C.
D.
2.
to
Computer:
Block Diagram of Computer.
Types Of Computer
Types of Input and Output devices
Memories Devices (Its Types and Basic).
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS (MS-DOS/MS-WINDOWS:)
What is operating system, its significance, Commands of DOS,
Features/Application of window.
3.
WORD PROCESSING:
File
: Open, Close, Save, Save as, Search, Send to, Print
Preview, Print and Page Setup
Edit : Cut, Copy,Paste, Office Clipboard, Select All,
Find, replace, Goto, etc.
View : Normal/Web
Layout/Print
Layout;
Tool
Bars;
Header/Footer; Zoom, etc.
Insert: Break, Page Number, Date & Time, Symbol,
Comment,
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Reference, etc.
Format: Font, Paragraph, Bullets & Numbering, Borders &
Shading, Column, Change case, Back ground, etc.
Tools : Spelling & Grammer, Language, Word Count, Letters &
Mailing, Options, Customize, etc.
Table : Draw, Insert, Delete, Select, Auto Format, AutoFit,
Convert, Sort, Formula, etc.
Mail Merge
4.
WORKSHEET:
Introduction,
Mini Project.
5.
6.
Use
of
Tools/Icons
for
preparing
simple
Introduction, Use of Tools/Icons
presentation on Power Point.
for
preparing
simple
PRESENTATION :
DATABASE OPERATION :
Create database using MS Access, Create Table and Creating Reports.
7.
Introduction to Internet:
What is Network, How to send & receive messages, Use of
Search Engines, Surfing different web sites. Creating Mail
ID, Use of Briefcase, Sending./replying emails.
8.
INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCE TOOLS :
I.
A.
B.
C.
Steps requires to solving problems.
Flow Chart
Algroithm
Programming
II. Use of advance Tools such as Skype, Teamviewer, Installation of
use of WiFi, Etc.
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Modem,
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER LAB
List Of Practicals
1.
Practice on utility commands in DOS.
2.
Composing, Correcting, Formatting and Article (Letter/Essay/
Report) on Word Processing tool Word and taking its print
out.
3.
Creating, editing, modifying tables in Database tool.
4.
Creating labels,
Database tool.
5.
Creating simple spread sheet, using in built
Worksheet tool..
6.
Creating simple presentation.
7.
Creating
mails.
8.
Surfing web sites, using search engines.
mail
report,
generation of
ID, Checking mail box,
simple
forms
in
functions
in
sending/replying
e-
Note : In the final year, related students have to use the concept of MS Word/MS Excel/MS
Access/ MS Power Point in their respective branch’s project work such as creating project report
through MS Word/Creation of statistical data in MS Excel/Creation of database in MS Excel/
Demonstration of project through Power Point Presentation.
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2.5 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING-I
(Common with Electronics Engineering and
Computer Engg.)
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RATIONALE
Electrical energy is most convinient neat and clean
source of energy for industrial applications. The student is
supposed to posses basic knowledge of electrical engineering
materials such as conducting, non conducting, insulating,
magnetic, semi conductor and some special purpose materials.
Fundamental knowledge of electrostatics, electromagnetism
will be helpful in understanding the performance of D.C. and
A.C. circuits. To face the routine problems of world of work
chapters on batteries, transients and harmonics have also
been added.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
_________________________________________________________________
Sr. No.
Units
Coverage Time
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1.
Classification
4
2.
Conducting Materials
8
3.
Insulating Materials
8
4.
Magnetic Materials
8
5.
Semi Conductor & Special Purpose
8
Materials
6.
D. C. Circuits
8
7.
Electrostatics
8
8.
Electromagnetism
8
9.
A. C. Theory
8
10. Batteries
8
11. Transients & Harmonics
8
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Total
84
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
CLASSIFICATION:
Classification of materials into Conducting
materials,
Insulating
materials,
Semi-conducting
materials
with
reference to their atomic structure.
2.
Conducting Materials:
A.
Resistivity and factors affecting
resistivity such
as temperature, alloying and mechanical stressing.
B.
Classification
of conducting materials
into
resistivity
and high resistivity materials.
examples of each and their typical applications.
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low
Some
3.
Insulating Materials:
A.
Electrical Properties:
Volume resistivity, Sarface resistance,
Dielectric
loss, Dielectric strength (Break down valtage) and
Dieclectric constant.
B.
Chemical Properties:
Solubility, Chemical resistance, Weather ability.
C.
Physical Properties:
Hygroscopicity,
tensile and Compressive
Abrassive resistance, Brittleness.
D.
strength,
Thermal Properties:
Heat
resistance,
classification
according
to
permissible temperature rise, Effect of electrical
overloading on the life of an electrical appliance.
E.
Plastic Insulating Materials:
Classification into thermoplastic and thermosetting
catagories,
examples of each and
their
typical
applications.
4.
5.
MAGNETIC MATERIALS:
A.
Ferromagnetism, domains, permeability, hysterisis loop(including coerrecive force and residual magnetism) and
magnetic saturation.
B.
Soft and Hard magnetic materials, their
typical applications.
examples
and
SEMI CONDUCTOR AND SPECIAL PURPOSE MATERIALS:
N-type and P-type materials, application of semi-conductor
materials,
materials
used
in
transistor
and
I.C.
manufacture.
6.
D.C. CIRCUITS:
(i)
Ohm's law, resistivity, effect of temperature
on
resistances,
heating effect of electric
current,
conversion of mechanical units into electircal units.
(ii) Kirchoff's laws, application of
solve, simple d.c. circuits.
Kirchoff's
laws
to
(iii)Thevenins
theorem, maximum power trasfer theorem,
Norton's theorem and super position theorem, simple
numerical problems.
7.
ELECTROSTATICS:
(i)
Capacitance and capacitor, definition, various types.
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(ii) Charging
and discharging of a capacitor,
decay of current in a capacitive circuit.
growth
and
(iii) Energy stored in a capacitor.
(iv) Capacitance
capacitor.
(v)
in terms of dimensions of parallel
plate
Dielectric constant of material, Break down voltage
a capacitor.
of
(vi) Series and parallel connection of capacitors.
8.
ELECTRO MAGNETISM:
(i)
Concept of mmf, flux, reluctance and permeability.
(ii) Energy stored in a magnetic field and an inductor.
(iii) Solution of problems on magnetic circuits.
(iv) Faraday's laws
law,
Physical
inductance.
(v)
of electromagnetic induction, Lenz's
explanation of
self
and
mutual
B-H curve, Hysterisis, Eddy currents elementary
and significance.
ideas
(vi) Growth and decay of current in an inductive circuit.
(vii) Force between two parallel current carrying conductors
and its significance.
(viii) Current carrying conductor in a magnetic
its significance.
9.
field
and
A.C. THEORY:
(i)
Concept of alternating voltage and current,
between A.C and D.C..
(ii) Generation
of
alternating
sinusoidal waveform.
voltage,
difference
equation
of
(iii)Definition and concept of cycle, frequency,
Time
period, amplitude, instantaneous value, average value,
RMS value, peak value, form factor, Peak factor.
(iv) Phase
and
phase
difference,
representation
alternating
quantities
by phasor,
addition
subtraction of alternating quantities.
10.
of
and
BATTERIES:
(i)
Construction of lead acid and nickel cadmium batteries.
(ii) Charging and maintenance of batteries.
(iii) Rating of batteries.
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(iv) Back up batteries (Lithium & Silver Oxide
(v)
11.
batteries)
Shelf life of batteries.
TRANSIENTS & HARMONICS:
Introduction, Types of trasients, Important differential
equations, First and Second order equations, Transients in
R-L series circuits (D.C.), Short circuit current, Time
constant,
Transients in R-L series
circuits
(A.C.),
Transients in R-C series circuits (D.C.), Transients in R-C
series circuits (A.C), Double energy transients.
Fundamental wave and harmonics, Different complex waveforms,
Gemeral equation of complex wave, R.M.S. value of a complex
wave, Power supplied by complex wave, Harmonics in single
phase a.c. circuits, Selective resonance due to harmonics,
Effect of harmonics on measurement of inductance
and
capacitance
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LIST OF PRACTICALS:
1.
Ohm's law verification.
2.
To verify the laws of series and parallel
resistances i.e. to verify:(i)
connections
of
The total resistance in series connections.
RT=R1+R2+R3.......
Where RT is the total resistance and R1,R2,R3
the resistances connected in series.
etc.are
(ii) The total resistance in parallel connections.
1/RT=1/R1 + 1/R2 + 1/R3......
Where RT is the total resistance and R1,R2,R3 etc. are
the resistances connected in parallel. Also to conclude
that the total resistance value of a parallel circuit
is less than the any individual resistance.
3.
To verify Kirchoff's following laws:(i)
The algebric sum of the currents at a junction is zero.
(ii) The algebric sum of the e.m.f. in any closed circuit is
equal
to the algebric sum of IR products (drops)
in that circuit.
4.
To measure the resistance of an ammeter and a voltmeter and
to conclude that ammeter has very low resistance whereas
voltmeter has very high resistance.
5.
6.
To verify Thevenin's and maximum power transfer theorems.
To find the ratio of inductance values of a coil having air
core and iron core respectively and thus see that by the
introduction of a magnetic material inside the coil,the
inductance value of the coil is substantially increased.
To verify the relation:-
7.
CT=(C1*C2)/(C1+C2)
and
CT=C1+C2
8.
9.
10.
For
two capacitors,connected in series
and
parallel
respectively.
To test a battery for charged and discharged conditions and
to make connections for its charging.
To show that the range of an ammeter (d.c. and a.c.) and a
voltmeter (d.c. and a.c.) can be extended with the use of
shunts and multiplier.
To convert the given galvanometer into a voltmeter and an
ammeter.
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(Common
with
ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP PRACTICS
Instrumentation & Control Engineering)
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FITTING SHOP
Topic
Knowledge/Skill
1.
Types and use of making
and measuring tools including
micrometer, slide
callipers,
varnier gauge, feeler gauge,
sphero meter.
Select and use correct tools
to
and measure as needed,
Ability to measure wire and
Sheet gauge, diameter, Radius
dimension.
2. Types and use of
Clamps Chisel, Hammer,
for metal work.
vice,
Punch
Select and made correct use of
appropriate tool for specified
job.
3. Types and use of files for
Soft and Hard
metal/Alloys,
Sheets.
Select and made correct use of
files on specified materials.
4. Types and use of Grinding
Machine, Grinding
polishing
Machine on Matals/Laminates.
Select and made correct use of
appropriate machines and tools
for specified grinding, buffing
polishing operations.
Select and made correct use of
appropriate saw and blade for
specified job.
5. Types and use of Hacksaw
Power saw and Blades on soft
and hard metals / Alloys /
Laminates/Sheets.
6. Types and use of Drilling
Machine,
Drill Bits,
Drill
Speeds,
Including
counter
sinking
on Metals,
Alloys,
Sheet Metal.
Select and made correct use of
appropriate Drilling machine
tools for Drilling and counter
on specified job.
7. Types and use of Tapes and
Dies for internal and external
threading.
Select and made correct use of
appropriate tools to cut
specified job.
8. Types and use of fastening
tools and accessories such as
nuts,
bolts, washers,
self
taping, screws drivers, allen
key, riveting tools and rivet
for metal and sheet metal.
9. Techniques of Binding and
Folding Aluminium pipes upto
12 mm. diameter.
(Exemple
Practice
Antenna
marking)
Jobs to be Made :
Select and made correct use of
appropriate tools and fastening materials to carry out a
fastening operation on specified job.
Ability
to bend
aluminium
pipes of a given size to a specified job shape.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Hacksawing and Chipping of M.S.
Filling Chipped M.S job.
Fitting on rectangular or wquare M.S. job.
Making trangular squar or Haxagonal figure inside of M.S.
job.
Utility article to prepare calliper, screw driver or try
square.
II-SHEET METAL SHOP
Topic
Knowledge/Skill
1. Types and use hand tools for
sheet metal work cross pein,
straight pein, ball pein mallet
selection.
Select and make correct use of
appropriate materials and tool
for specified sheet metal job.
2. Types and use of hand
quillentiness
for
cutting.
Select and make correct use of
appropriate tools/machine for
cutting sheet metal specified
dimensions.
Ability to perform the specified
operation on sheet metal to a
given tolerance.
shear
sheet
3.
Techniques
of
creasing,
folding,
making,
bending,
cutting.
grooving
corner
circle
4. Types and use of
tools and machines
metal.
engraving
or sheet
Ability
to engrave
words on sheet metal.
simple
Jobs to be Made :
1. (a)
(b)
2.
3.
4.
5.
Cutting shearing & bending.
Brazing practic on small pieces.
Making a soap case with M.S. sheet.
Making a funnel with tin sheet & soldering the same.
Making a cylinder & soldering the same.
Preparation of different types of joints such as Lap
joint-single seam, Double seam & Cap joint & Hemp &
Wired edge.
III-PAINTING SHOP
Topic
Knowledge/Skill
1. Techniques of sheet metal
cleaning and surface treatment
for spray painting.
Ability to prepare and treat
surface
appropriate
before
spray painting.
2. Types of paints, solvants,
thinners, removers,
brushes,
use and care of brushes, paint
preparation.
Ability
to
select
and
correctly use of appropriate
paint remover, solvant, brush,
ability to prepare paint and
take care brushes.
Ability to spray paint
on
Sheet metal to a specified
finish.
3. Technique of spray painting
and use of stencils on paint
letters and figures on sheet
metal.
Job to be Made :
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1.
Preparation of wooden surface for paper
tray & painting & polishing the same.
2.
To prepare a metel surface
basket
or
paper
IV-WOOD AND LAMINATE SHOP
Topic
Knowledge/Skill
1. Types important properties
comparative
costs of
wood,
playwood
various
particle
board,
veneers,
formica,
Bakelite, perspex and common
aminities
used
for
making
Cabinets, Frames, consoles in
the electronics field.
Identify
commonly
used
materials
state
important
properties, estimate cost. Select correct materials(s) for
a given assignment.
2. Types important properties
comprative cost use of covering
materials such as
artifical
leather, Felt, Cloth, Frams,
various types of Trims such as
Aluminium
strips
channels
corners grills.
Identify commonly used state
important properties estimate
cost, select correct materials (s) for the given assigament.
3. Types and use of planner,
big saw, band saw, circular
saw, various blades, Gullotine
for Laminate and wood cutting,
Necessary precautions.
Select and correctly use of
appropriate Saw / Machine for
wood, Laminate paring, cutting
to specified shape and size.
4. Types and uses of hand saw,
wood chisel, Wood files, Auger,
Drill Counter, Sinking, sanding
for woods and Laminates.
Select and correct use
of
appropriate tools for carrying
out specified operation to a
finish.
5. Techniques of fastening wood
and
laminates
with
nails,
screws, adhesives.
Ability to fasten wood
liminates as specified.
6. Techniques of working on
perspex-cutting
shaping,
Drilling, hole cutting joining
with chloroform
Ability to cut, Join, Drill
shape perspex to a given specification.
7.
Techniques
of
fixing
formica,
venner,
felt,
artifical leather, rexin, foam,
grills, trims on wood, chip
board
and
laminates
using
adhesives, nails as required.
Ability to perform given fast-ening operation to given
specification.
8.
Techniques of
engraving
simple
pattern, letters
on
bakelite, perspex, formica and
similar.
Ability
to engrave
simple
patterns and letters on limin-ates.
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and
Jobs to be Made :
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plainning & Sawing Practice.
Lap joint.
Motric & Tenon joint.
Dovetial joing.
NOTES :
1.
Each three period pratical session is to be precebed by one
period tutorial session for demonstration/theory lessons.
2.
Extensive use of illustrative display showing correct use,
limitations precautions, properties (As applicable)
of
materials, tools, Machines should be used for teaching
purpose.
Teacher-student activity schedule
should
be
prepared to ensure that the required knowledge / skill
transfer takes place.
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III SEMESTER
3.1 APPLIED MATHEMATICS II
[
Common
to
All Engineering Courses]
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The study of mathematics is an important requirement
for the understanding and development of concepts of Engg.The
purpose of teaching mathematics to the Diploma Engg. students
is to give them basic foundation and understanding of
mathematics
so that
they can use the same for
the
understanding of engineering subjects and their advancements.
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Sl.No.
Units
Coverage Time
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1.
Matrices
16
6
2.
Differential Calculus
15
6
2.
Differential Equations
15
6
4.
Integral Calculus
12
5
5.
Probability & Statistics
12
5
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
MATRICES :(12 Marks)
1.1
Algebra of Matrices, Inverse :
Addition, Multiplication of matrices, Null matrix and a unit
matrix, Square matrix, Symmetric, Skew symmetric, Hermitian,
Skew hermition, Orthagonal, Unitary, diagonal and Triangular
matrix, Determinant of a matrix.
Definition and Computation of inverse of a matrix.
1.2
Elementry Row/Column Transformation :
Meaning and use in computing inverse and rank of a matrix.
1.3
Linear Dependence, Rank of a Matrix :
Linear dependence/independence of vectors, Definition and
computation of a rank of matrix. Computing rank through
determinants, Elementary row transformation and through the
concept of a set of independent vectors,Consistency of
equations.
1.4
Eigen Pairs, Cayley-Hamilton Theorem :
Definition and evaluation of eign values and eign vectors of
a matrix of order two and three, Cayley-Hamilton theorem
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(without Proof) and its verification, Use in finding inverse
and powers of a matrix.
2.
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS :(10 Marks)
2.1
Function of two variables, identification of
space, conicoids
2.2
Partial Differentiation :
surfaces
in
Directional derivative, Gradient, Use of gradient f, Partial
derivatives, Chain rule, Higher order derivatives, Eulens
theorem for homogeneous functions, Jacobians.
2.3
Vector Calculus :
Vector function, Introduction to double and triple integral,
differentiation
and integration of
vector
functions,
gradient, divergence and curl, differential derivatives.
3.
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION :(10 Marks)
3.1
Formation, Order, Degree, Types, Solution :
Formation
of differential equations through
physical,
geometrical,
mechanical and electrical
considerations,
Order, Degree of a differential equation, Linear, Nonlinear
equation.
3.2
First Order Equations :
Variable seperable, equations reducible to seperable forms,
Homogeneous equtions, equtions reducible to homogeneous
forms, Linear and Bernoulli form exact equation and their
solutions.
3.3
Higher Order Linear Equation :
Property of solution, Linear differential equation with
constant coefficients (PI for X=eax, Sin ax, Cos ax, Xn,
eaxV, XV.
3.4
Simple Applications :
LCR circuit, Motion under gravity, Newton's law of cooling,
radioactive decay, Population growth, Force vibration of
a mass point attached to spring with and without damping
effect. Equivalence of electrical and mechanical system
4.
INTEGRAL CALCULUS - II: (12 Marks)
4.1
Beta and Gamma Functions :
Definition, Use, Relation between the two,
evaluating integrals.
4.2
Fourier Series :
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their
use
in
Fourier series of f(x),-n<x<n, Odd and
range series.
4.3
even
function,Half
Laplace Transform :
Definition, Basic theorem and properties, Unit step and
Periodic functions, inverse laplace transform, Solution of
ordinary differential equations.
5.
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS :( 6 Marks)
5.1
Probability :
Introduction, Addition and Multiplication theorem and simple
problem.
5.2
Distribution :
Discrete and continuous distribution, Bionimal Distribution,
Poisson Distribution, Normal Distribution..
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(Common
with
Electronics Engineering)
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Rationale :
Electricity is said to be the life of industries. We
can not think of an industry without using electricity. The
electrical
appliances
commonly
used
for
industrial
application are Transformers, D.C. and A.C. motors and
generators. therefore basic knowledge of these appliances
should be known to the student to fascilitate him in routine
working.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
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Units
Coverage Time
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A. C. Theory
15
2.
Three Phase Supply
12
3.
Transformers
15
4.
D. C. Machines
15
5.
Synchronous Machines
15
6.
Induction Motor
12
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.0
A.C.THEORY
1.1
Representation of sinusoidal quantities by phasors.
1.2
Physical explanation of the phase relationship between
voltage and current when sinusoidal alternating voltage is
applied across:(a)
Pure resistance,
(b)
Pure inductance and
(c)
Pure capacitance.
1.3
Explanation of inductive reactance, capacitive reactance and
their significance.
1.4
Relationship between voltage and current
voltage is applied to :-
1.5
(a)
Resistance
(b)
Resistance and capacitance in series.
Solution
and
and
phasor
inductance
in
diagrams for
when
alternating
series,
simple
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R-L-C
circuits
(Series and parallel);
angle.
Impedance, Impedance triangle, phase
1.6
Power in pure resistance, inductance and capacitance;
in combination of R-L-C circuits; power factor.
1.7
Active
and reactive currents and
practical importance of power factor.
1.8
Series and parallel resonance in R-L-C circuits, Q-factor of
coils and capacitance.
2.
THREE PHASE SUPPLY:
2.1
Elementary idea about 3-phase supply.
2.2
Star and delta connection. Relationship between
line voltage and currents.
phase
2.3
Power and power
measurement.
and
2.4
Comparison between three phase and single phase supply.
3.
TRANSFORMERS:
3.1
Principle of operation.
3.2
E.M.F equation, Voltage & Current relations.
3.3
Construction and applications of small transformers used in
electronics and communication engg., construction of auto
transformers, constant voltage transformer.
3.4
Phasor diagram of a transformer on load; Definition
regulation and efficiency; Elementary idea of losses
transformer, open circuit and short circuit test.
4.
D.C. MACHINES:
(a)
their
factor in three phase
power
significance;
system
and
their
of
in
D. C. Generator:
Working
principle, constructional
details,
e.m.f
equation, types of generators and their applications.
(b)
D. C. Motor:
Working principle, back e.m.f., types of D. C. motor
and elementary idea of their characteristics, torque
equation, methods of speed control (Description only).
(c)
5.
Starters for D.C. Machines
SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES:
(a)
Alternators:
Working principle, types of alternators, constructional
details. e.m.f. equation,
condition
for
parallel
operation.
(b)
Synchonous Motors:
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Working
principle, construction
details,
vector
diagram, effect of excitation on armature current and
power factor, synchronous condenser.
(c)
6.
Application of synchonous machines.
INDUCTION MOTORS:
(a)
Three Phase Induction Motor:
Working principle and constructional details, types of
induction motor, slip ring and squirrel eage, slip in
induction
motors,
speed
torque
characteristics,
starting and speed control, application of induction
motors in industry.
(b)
Single Phase Induction Motor:
Principle of operation and constructional details of
single
phase FHP induction motors (Split
phase,
capacitor start capacitor run, shaded pole, reluctance
start, A.C. series, universal, hysterisis, servo and
stepper motors their applications).
(c)
Starters for Induction motors.
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING-II LAB
List Of Experiments
1.
To verify that in an A.C. circuit, the phasor sum ( not
algebraic sum ) of currents at any junction is zero.
2.
To find the voltage-current relationship in a R-L series
circuit and to measure power and power factor of the
circuit.
3.
To find for a filament lamp :(a)
Variation of resistance with temperature.
(b)
Variation of temperature with voltage.
(c)
Variation of resistance with voltage.
(d)
Variation of power with voltage.
the
4.
To measure power and power factor in three phase system
two wattmeter method.
5.
To determine the efficiency and regulation of a
by performing direct loading.
6.
To measure the induced emf of separatly
generator as a function of field current.
excited
D.C.
7.
To measure the terminal voltage of a separatly excited
generator as a function of load current.
D.C.
8.
To measure the terminal voltage of a D.C. shunt generator as
a function of load current.
9.
To measure the speed of a separately excited D.C. motor as a
function of load torque at rated armature voltage.
10.
To observe the difference in the starting current at
switching on single phase capacitor start induction motor
with :(a)
The capacitor disconnected and
(b)
The capacitor connected.
by
transformer
Also to determine how to reverse the direction of rotation.
11.
To start a Three Phase induction motor and to determine
slip at various loads.
12.
To determine V curves of a synchronous motor.
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3.3 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering)
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Electronics has become so much closely associated with
normal life and industries that basic knowledge about the
active
and
passive
devices
used
in
electronics
instrumentation has become an improtant tool for the middle
level technical man power. Routine problems of maintenance
and repair can be dealt successfully by a diploma student if
he is equipped with the working and circuitry associated
with different type of amplifiers, tuned voltage amplifiers,
oscillators, multivibrator, tuned based circuits used in
CRO, operational amplifier and waveshaping circuits.
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
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Units
Coverage Time
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1.
2.
Single Stage Amplifiers
3
Multistage Transistor
9
Amplifier
3.
Transistor Audio Power Amplifiers
9
4.
Feed Back Amplifiers
9
5.
Tuned Voltage Amplifiers
4
6.
Sinusoidal Oscillators
6
7.
Waveshaping Circuits
6
8.
Multivibrator Circuits
6
9.
Operational Amplifier
16
10.
Timer Ic
4
11.
Regulated Power Supply
6
12.
Introduction To Micro Electronics
6
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
SINGLE STAGE AMPLIFIERS:
1.1
Transistor hybrid low frequency model in CE configuration,
'h' parameter and their physical significance, typical
values of 'h' parameters and their
determination
by
transistor characteristics.
1.2
Expressions for voltage gain, current gain, input and
output impedance for a single stage CE amplifier circuit in
'h' parameters, appropriate approximations.
2.
MULTISTAGE TRANSISTOR AMPLIFIERS:
2.1
Need of multistage amplifier, different coupling schemes and
their working, brief mention of application of each of the
type of coupling.
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2.2
Working of R.C. coupled and transformer coupled multistage
amplifier, approximate calculation of voltage gain for a two
stage R-C coupled amplifier.
2.3
Frequency response of R-C coupled and transformer coupled
amplifiers and its physical explanation, definition
and
physical significance of the term as bandwidth, upper and
lower cross over frequencies etc.
2.4
Direct coupled amplifier and its limitations
differential
amplifier typical circuits diagram and its working.
3.
TRANSISTOR AUDIO POWER AMPLIFIERS:
3.1
Difference between voltage and power amplifier,
of
inpedance matching in power
amplifier,
efficiency of power amplifier.
3.2
Typical single ended power amplifier and its
working,
graphical method for calculation of output power, heat
dissipation curve and importance of heat, sinks, class A,
class B, class C amplifier (without derivation).
3.3
Working principle of push pull amplifier and circuits, its
advantages over single ended power amplifier, cross over
distortion
in class B operation and its
reduction,
different driver stages for push pull amplifier circuit.
3.4
Working principle of complementary
circuit and its advantages.
3.5
Boot strap technique in amplifiers.
3.6
Transformer less audio power amplifiers and
application.
3.7
Mention of at least one polular IC with its block diagram,
Pin configuration and it working of each type of power
amplifier.
4.
FEED BACK AMPLIFIERS:
4.1
Basic principle and types of feed back.
4.2
Derivation of expression
employing feed back.
4.3
Effect of negative feedback on gain, stability,
and band width ( Only physical explanation )
4.4
Typical feedback circuits :
5.
for the
symmetry
gain
of
importance
collector
push
their
an
pull
typical
amplifier
distortion
(a)
A.C. coupled amplifiers with emitter by-pass, capacitor
removed.
(b)
Emitter
follower
and
its
application,
simple
mathematical
analysis for voltage gain and input
impedance of above circuits.
TUNED VOLTAGE AMPLIFIERS:
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5.1
Classification of amplifiers on the basis of frequency.
5.2
Review of basis characteristics of tunned circuits,
and Parallel)
5.3
Single and Double tuned amplifier, their working principles
and frequency response ( no mathematical derivation ).
Concepts of neutralization.
5.4
Staggered tuned amplifier and typical applications in brief.
5.5
Mention of at least one polular IC with its block diagram,
Pin configuration and it working of each type of Tuned
amplifier.
6.
SINUSOIDAL OSCILLATORS:
6.1
Application of oscillators.
6.2
Use of positive feedback/negative resistance for generation
of oscillation, barkhawn's criterion for oscillations.
6.3
Different oscillators circuits, tuned collector, Hartley,
colpitts, phase shift, Wien's bridge and crystal oscillator
and their working principles ( no mathematical derivation ).
6.4
Mention of at least one polular IC with its block diagram,
Pin configuration and it working of each type of oscillators.
7.
WAVESHAPING CIRCUITS:
7.1
General idea about different waveshapes.
7.2
Review of transient phenomena in R-C and R-L circuits.
7.3
R-C
and R-L differentiating circuits and
integrating
citcuits.
Their
applications
(physical
explanation
for
square/rectangular input waveshapes only).
7.4
Diode clippers series and shunt biased type double
circuits.
7.5
Zener diode clipper circuits.
7.6
Use of transistor for clipping.
(Series
clipper
Diode clamping circuit for clamping to negative
positive peak or any other levels for different
waveforms (e.g sine, square, triangular).
peak,
input
8.
MULTIVIBRATOR CIRCUITS:
8.1
Ideal transistor switch; explanation using C.E. output
characteristics, calculation of component values (collector
and base resistors) for a practical transistor switch.
8.2
Transistor switching time.
(Physical explanation).
8.3
Basic
concept
of working of
Use
of
speed
collector
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up
coupled
capacitor
bistable,
monostable and stable multivibrator
principle of triggering.
circuits
including
8.4
Operation of Schmitt trigger, calculation of upper
potential (UTP) and lower trigger potential (LTP).
trigger
8.5
Mention
of applications of multivibrators
trigger. Its use as waveform generator.
8.6
8.7
Transistorised
voltage
controlled
oscillator
(basic)
principle only.
Mention of at least one polular IC with its block diagram,
Pin
configuration
and it working of each
type
of
Multivibrator circuits.
9.
OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS:
9.1
Specifications of ideal operational amplifier and its
diagram.
9.2
Definition
of
inverting
and
noninverting
inputs,
differential voltage gain and input and output off set,
voltage input offset current, input bias current, common
mode rejection ratio (CMMR), power supply rejection ratio
(PSRR) and slew rate.
9.3
Method of offset null adjustments, use of op.amp. as an
inverter scale changer, adder,
subtractor, differential
amplifier, buffer amplifier, differentiator, integrator,
comparator, Schmitt Trigger, Generation of Square
and
Triangular Waveform, log and anti-log amplifiers, PLL and
its appliation and IC power amplifier.
9.4
IC OP-AMP Application :
and
Schmit
block
Inverting/Noninverting VCVS integrators,
Differentiators
CCVS and VCCS instrumentation amplifiers, Active filter (LP,
HP and Notch), Oscillators. Log/Antilog modules, Precision
rectifier, Peak detector, Sample and Hold Circuit,
IC
analog
multiplier application, Analog multiplexer
and
demultiplexer.
10.
Timer Ic.:
Block diagram of Ic timer (such as NE 555) and its working,
use of 555 timer as monostable and astable multivibrator,
and waveform generator.
11.
Regulated Power Supply
11.1 Concept of regulation.
11.2 Basic regulator circuits (using zener diode).
11.3 Concept of series and shunt regulator circuits.
11.4 Three terminal voltage regulator Ics (positive negative and
variable) application. Block diagram, Pin configuration and
working of popular regulator IC.
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11.5 OP-AMP regulators, IC regulators, Fixed Voltage regulators,
(78/79, XX) 723 IC regulators (Current Limiting, Current
Fold Back), SMPS.
12.
Introduction to Microelectronics-
Advantages of integration, Tyes of integrated circuits,
Monolithic and Hybrid circuits.
-
Different stages of fabrication of ICs- Epitaxial
Growthh, Oxidation and film deposition, Diffusion and
Ion Inplatation, Lithography & Etching. (Only brief
idea of all )
-
Masking, Selective doping, Fine-line
isolation for Monolithic circuits.
-
Introduction to monolithic device elements such as BJT,
MOS, transistor and integration of other
circuit
elements.
-
Very large scale ingegration (V.L.S.I.).
(Only brief idea)
-
lithography
and
CMOS
LIST OF BOOKS
1.
2.
3.
Bhargava, Kulshreshtha & Gupta - "Baisc Electronics & Linear
Circuits" - Tata Mcgraw-Hill.
Malvino, A. P. - "Electrinics Principles" - Tata McgrawHill.
Sedra, Adel S. Smith, Kenneth. C. " Micro Electronics
Circuits" - Oxford University Press 5th Edtion
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ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB
List of Experiment
1.
To measure the overall gain of two stage R.C. coupled
amplifier at 1 Khz and note the effect of loading of second
stage on the first stage.
2.
To plot the frequency response of R-C soupled amplifier.
3.
(a)
To plot the load Vs output power characteristics to
determine the maximum signal input for undistorted
signal output.
(b)
The above experiment is to be performed with single
ended
power amplifier; Transistorized push;
pull
amplifier; Compl-ementary Symmetry power Amplifier.
4.
To observe the effect of a by-pass capacitor by measuring
voltage gain and plotting of frequency response for a single
stage amplifier.
5.
To measure input and output impedance of
amplifier with and without by-pass capacitor.
6.
Measurement of voltage gain input and output impedance and
plotting of frequency response of an emitter follower
circuit.
7.
Measurement of resonant frequency, plotting of the response
curve ( i.e. graph between input frequency and impedance )
and calculation of Q with the help of this curve for series
and parallel resonant circuit.
8.
To measure the frequency response of a single stage
voltage amplifier and calculation of the Q of the
circuit load.
9.
Observe and plot the
10.
a
feedback
tuned
tuned
output waveshapes of ;
(a)
R-C differentiating circuits.
(b)
R-C integrating circuits for squarewave input ( OBserve
the effect of R-C time constant of the circuits on the
output waveshape for both the circuits).
(a)
Observe the output waveforms of given biased and
unbiased series and shunt clipping circuits,
for
positive and negative peak clipping circuits, for
positive and negative peak clipping of a sine wave
using switching diodes and D-C sources and compare it
with input wave.
(b)
Observe the output wave shape of given double
circuit using diodes and D-C sources.
(c)
Observe the output wave shape of given zener diode and
transistor clipper circuits for positive peak, negative
peak and double clipping sine ( or other ) waveshapes.
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clipper
11.
To clamp square wave to their positive and
and to a specified level.
12.
To measure Ic and Vce for transistor when Ib is varied from
zero to maximum value and measure the valur of Vce and Ic
for saturation at a given supply, voltage and load.
13.
To test a transistor schmitt trigger circuit,
plot the waveshapes at various points.
14.
Use of Op-Amp. ( for IC-741) as Inverting and non-inverting
amplifier, adder, comparator, buffer, scale changer.
15.
Simple working circuits using NE555.
16.
To determine the range of frequency variation of a RC
shift oscillator.
17.
To test adjustable IC regulator and current regulator.
18.
Identificaiton, Pin configuration and basic
different polular IC's - Exm.- Power amplifier,
Tuned amplifier, Multivibrator, Timer.
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negative
peaks
observe
and
phase
working of
Oscillator,
3.4 TRANSDUCERS AND APPLICATION
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Sensing elements play a vital role in instrumentation.
The type of sensing element needed depends upon the nature
of instrumentation system used in the industry. Various
types of transducers are available. The student is required
to be familiar with the construction working principle and
mounting procedure of different types of transducers.
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4
1
2.
Variable Resistance Transducers
6
1
3.
Variable Inductance Transducer
6
1
4.
Capacitive Transducer
6
1
5.
Optical Transducer
6
1
6.
Puizo Electric Transducer
6
1
7.
Viscocity Measurement
6
1
8.
pH Analyzer
8
2
9.
Conductivity Analyzer
8
2
10.
Vibration & Noise Measurement
8
2
11.
Gas Analysis & Sampling Techniques
6
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION:
Definition of transducers.
CLASSIFICATION OF TRANSDUCERS:
1.1
Primary and secondary, mechanical devices
detectors.
1.2
Electrical transducer:
as
primary
Advantages, classification of electrical transducer,
active and passive, analog and digital, Electrical
phenomena used in transducers.
2.
VARIABLE RESISTANCE TRANSDUCERS:
2.1
Principle of variable resistance transducers.
2.2
Potentiometers - Principle of working, construction,
Linearity
and sensitivity, Types, advantages
and
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disadvantages of potentiometers, its applications.
3.
4.
2.3
Strain Gauges - Theory of strain gauges, gauge factor,
types of strain gauges, material for strain gauges,
temperature compensation in strain gauge, applications.
2.4
Thermistors
Construction,
applications of Thermistors.
characteristics
and
VARIABLE INDUCTANCE TYPE TRANSDUCERS:
3.1
Principle
of
variable inductive
transducers
by
variation of self inductance, mutual inductance and
eddy current. Different types of transducers, working
on above principles.
3.2
L.V.D.T.:
Construction,
theory,
linearity
sensitivity advantages, disadvantages and uses.
and
CAPACITIVE TRANSDUCERS:
Principle of capacitive transducers, Capacitive transducers
using change in distance between plates,
differential
arrangement
for
improving
sensitivity,
capacitive
transducers constant, application fo capacitive transducers.
Lavel measurement with calibration using suitable formula.
5.
OPTICAL TRANSDUCERS:
Theory of photo emission, classification of photo electric
devices, vacuum photo tube, Gas photo tube, Photo multiplier
tube, photo conductive cell, photo diode, photo transistor
and their applications. Optical Fibre sensors.
6.
PIEZO ELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS:
Theory of piezoelectric effect, mode of operation and
properties of piezoelectric crystal, Equivalent circuit of
piezoelectric transducer and applications of piezo electric
transducers.
7.
VISCOSITY MEASUREMENTS:
Definition
of viscosity, measurement of viscosity
by
capillary
type and rotational type, cone
and
plata
viscometer, two float viscometer, rheometers.
8.
PH ANALYSER:
Definition and importance of PH value, better solution,
reference
and standard electrodes for PH
measurement
Hydrogen calomel and Glass electrode PH-meter-direct reading
type and indirect reading type.
9.
CONDUCTIVITY ANALYSER:
Defintion of conductivity, conductance, Sp-conductance and
equivalent
conductance-Alternating
current
conduction.
Measurement of conductivity-conductivity cell, cell constant
applications.
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10.
VIBRATION AND NOISE MEASUREMENT
Measurement of
photentiometric
accelerometer.
11.
Vibration - Using siesmic accelero meter
type and LVDT type, piezo electric type
Gas Analysis and Sampling Technique :
Sox,NOX, NH3,CL2, Toxy gas analyser, Dust and smoke analyser, application in
pollution measurement and control.
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TRANSDUCERS AND APPLICATION LAB
1.
To draw the input output characteristics of linear variable
differential transducers and also study its details.
2.
To fabricate a circuit using linear variable differential
tranducer for the measurement of non electrical quantity.
3.
To
draw I/o characteristics
transducers.
A.
LDR
B.
Photo diode
C.
Photo Transistor
D.
Opto copler
of
the
following
photo
and
fabricate
an application
circuit
using
photo
transducers as a switch and as a light intensity meter.
4.
To fibricate an application circuit using given
transducer like thermistors and I. C. sensors.
5.
To
fabricate an application circuit
transducers for measurement of level.
6.
To draw I/o characteristics of strain gauge and
working of weighing M/c using strain gauge load cell.
study
7.
To
measure conducitivity of a given
conductivity meter and calibrate it.
using
8.
To measure PH of given acitic and alkaline solution using
PH meter and standarize it, using buffer solutions.
9.
To mesure density of given solution using simple hydrometer
10.
To measure vibration of motor or compressor system using
vibration meter and piezo-electric sensors.
11.
To study the working principle and construction
indicator and measure the PH of a given solution.
12.
To perform vibration measurement using
acclerometer.
13.
To perform noise measurement using condenser
using
temperature
capacitive
solution
pizoelectric
a
PH
type
microphone.
NOTE:- Experiments associated with study of equipment
above should in variably be carried out and should
restricted to the "Study: part only.
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a
in the
not be
3.5 ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering)
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PART-A ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP
GENERAL OBJECTIVES
After the completion this course the learner will be able to
1.
Become familiar with domestic and semi-domestic
wiring practice.
industrial
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES
After completing this course the learner will be able to
1.
Plan and Wire
requirement.
a small domestic
building given
2.
Specify the wiring planes of semi-insdustrial installations
with three phase supply and a maximum of 5 KVA load.
Exercises To Be Performed
the
load
No. of turns
reqd.
1.
Identification and study of commonly used
electrical materials such as wires, cables,
switches, fuses, coiling, roses, battens,
cleats and allied items.
1
2.
Identification and study of various tools
used
in Electrical Workshop and
safety
mesaures.
1
3.
Making connection of single lamp and three
pin plug socket to supply using batten wiring.
1
4.
Making Electrical connection
wiring.
staircase
1
5.
Making Electrical connection for a tube light
and door bell.
1
6.
Wire a mains outlet pannel consisting of a
specified combination of 5 AMP; 15
AMP,
Socket, Main switch, Indicating lamp and Fuse
links.
1
7.
Given the load requirements, prepare the
2
wiring
diagram for a small
Electronic/
Electrical Laboratory/ Workshop using energy
meter, MDB and SDBS and details of subcircuits, Protective device,
cables/wires
should be specified. The wiring should assume
the availability of 3 phase 4 wire
mains supply near the laboratory/workshop.
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8
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for
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PART-B. ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP
GENERAL OBJECTIVE
After completion of instruction in this subject the
wiil :-
student
1.
Develop skill in selection and use of commonly used
equipment, components in a given situation.
tools,
2.
Develop skill in wiring, soldering and desoldering works.
3.
Develop skill in tracing circuits of simple
digital) electronic assembly.
(analouge
and
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVE
After completion of instruction in the subject the
will be able to :1.
student
State the correct name and function of different tools
accessories, such as :-
and
Tools
Pliers, Wire cutter, Wire stripper, Tweezer, Soldering iron,
Desoldering tools, Neon tester and Screw drivers.
Accessories
1.
Including Tapes, Solders, Solders tips, Fluxes; De-soldering
wick, Solder cleaning fluids, Sleeves, Tags.
2.
Demonstrate
(1) above.
3.
Selection and use of general purpose Electronic
measuring equipemnt :-
3.1
Given any of the wavefrom generators specified in equipment
type (a) below with its controls set at random, the student
should be able to operate/adjust the necessary control to
demonstrate/any
desired
waveform on
the
appropriate
measuring equipment, specified in (b) below.
3.2
Given
any
measurement
equipment specified
in
(b)
below
(with
its
controls set at random)
the student should
be
able to operate adjust
the necessary controls to
measure/display
electrical
parameter(s)
such as specified on the
the
correct use of
accessories
mentioned
test
in
and
Parameter for being measures:
Amplitude, Frequency
phase
Time Period, Rise and Fall
time of pulse Wavefrom,common
transistor parameters,circuit
resistance.
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right side margin.
3.3
Given different type of power supply mention in (c),
student should be able to find out the operating range
regulate the power supplies
the
and
Equipment Type.
4.
(a)
Test Wavefrom Generator :- Audio oscillator, Function
Generator, Signal Generator, Spectrum Analyzer.
(b)
Measurement Equipment ; Single beam CRO, Double beam/
Dual trace CRO, electronic and Digital multimeters,
Transistor tester/Curve tracer, IC tester etc.
(c)
Power Supply - UPS, Invertor, DIfferent types of
power supplies
DC/AC
Students should be able to identify and use the item mention
below (a), (b), (c) and (d).
(a)
Various types of Single/Multicored, Insulated screened,
Power type/ Audio/ Video/ General purpose wires
and
cables.
(b)
Various types of plugs, sockets, connectors suitable
general
purpose audio, vidio use. Some of
such
commectors are : Banana plug and Sockets, ENC, DIN,
UHF, VHF, Earphone connectors, Telephone jacks and
similar male
and female connectors and
terminal
strips.
(c)
(d)
Various types of switches such as : Normal/miniature
Toggle, Slide, Push botton, Piano key rotary, SPST,
DPDT, Band selector multiway, Master main switch.
Various types of protective devices such as : Wire
fuse, Cartridge fuse, Single/Multiple miniature circuit
breakers over and under current relays.
5.
Exercises to be performed :
i.
Study and testing of different types of Resistor, Capacitor,
Inductor, Diode, Transistor (BJT, FET, MOS, CMOS) and ICs
(All Popular Faimlies).
ii.
Study of different processes by performing in assemblingSoldering, Dsoldering, Cutting, Stripping and connecting.
iii. Study of equipment - their control and operation
in no. 3 part of accessories.
mentioned
iv.
Study of the items mentioned in part 4-a,b,c,d by using them
in different types of circuits.
v.
Students should design and assemble at least seven working
circuits (Full Fabricated Form) selecting at least three
from each group A and B given below
Group A
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Single Stage Amplifier
Halfwave and Full Rectifier
Filters
RC Coupled Amplifier
Power Amplifier (Push Pull)
Tuned Amplifier
Oscillator
Waveshaping Circuits
Group B
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Clap Switch
Door Bell
Burglar Alarm
Porch Light
Water level Indicator
Fan regulator
.25 Kva Manual Stablizer
Single band transistor radio receiver
Note :
1.
The above list of Group B suggestive, more items may be
added to the list depending upon students choice and
materials availablity but the item should belong consumers
interest category.
2.
Student should be encouraged for self market survey for each
material.
PART-C PREPARATION OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS
Instructional Objective
*
After the completion of instruction in this
subject the learner will able to :-
area
1.
Acquire skill in silk screen printing techniques
purpose of making the printed circuits boards.
2.
Acquire knowledge of non dry-method of
photoprocessing techniques.
3.
Acquire skill in preparing, checking, drilling
storing PCBs.
PCB
Suggested Task/Exercises
1.
Familiarisation
with
tools,
equipment,
materials and processes of a single and
double sided PCB making using direct etching
method (Artwork to done by students) .
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of
the
for
the
making
and
using
proper
No. of turns
required.
1
2.
As
above
expect
using
photoprocessing
techniques.The initial exposure is to include
the following
2.1
Dark Room Practice.
(a)
Exposure using UV light/daylight
(b)
Developing (including dye developing)
(c)
Fixing
(d)
Printing (including contact printing)
(e)
Enlarging/Reducing
2.2
Techniques of photo-resist coating.
2.3
Baking and cleaning procedures.
2.4
Etching procedures.
2.5
Procurement
equipment.
2.6
3.
Safety rules for PCB laboratory and darkroom.
Exercises in making simple single and double
sided PCB using direct etching method.
Exercises in making single and double sided
PCB using photoprocessing method.
Familiarisation
with
tools
equipments,
materials and process of silk screen printing
for PCB making.
Exercises in PCB making using silk screen
printing techniques.
Exercises in drilling, assembling and testing
of single and double sided PCB;
proper
storage of PCBs.
4.
5.
6.
7.
and
storage of
materials
and
Total Turns Required
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2
2
2
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IV SEMESTER
4.1 Functional Communication
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Section A English
1.
On Communication
04
2.
Exploring Space
04
3.
Sir C.V. Raman
04
4.
Professional Development
04
5.
Buying a Second Hand Bicycle
04
6.
Leadership and Supervision
04
7.
First Aid
03
8.
The Romanance of Reading
03
9.
No Escape from Computers
03
10.
Bureau of Indian Standards
03
Section B Hindi
1.
Topic
2.
Topic
3.
Topic
4.
Topic
5.
Topic
6.
Topic
7.
Topic
8.
Topic
9.
Topic
10.
Topic
11.
Topic
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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02
02
02
02
02
02
01
02
02
01
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Section “A” (English)
Text Lessons
Unit I.
Unit.II
Unit.III
Unit.IV
Unit.V
Unit.VI
Unit.VII
Unit.VIII
Unit.IX
Unit.X
On Communication
Exploring Space
Sir C.V. Raman
Professional Development of Technicians
Buying a Second Hand Bicycle
Leadership and Supervision
First Aid
The Romanance of Reading
No Escape from Computers
Bureau of Indian Standards
Section “B” Hindi
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4.2 PROGRAMMING IN C & C++
(Common to Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application,
Diploma In Information Technology, Electronics Engg.)
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Rationale :
Post
P
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For solution of different problems, C is a very
powerful high level language. It is widely used in research
and engineering problems. A software technician must be
aware of this language for working in computer environment.
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Concept of Programming
8
2
2.
Programming in C
30
4
3.
Classes & Objects
30
4
3.
Programming in C++
30
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
CONCEPT OF PROGRAMMING:
Concept of Flowcharing, algorithm,programming,
Programming Various techniques of programming,
programming.
2.
Structured
Use of
Programming in C:
Data Types, Operators and Expressions;Input & Output printf,
scanf, clibrary Control Statement: IF- ELSE, While, For,
DoWhile, Switch; Functions and modular programming;
Scope of
variables, parameter passing, recursion, block
structure; preprocessor statements; pointers and arrays;
structures and unions; File handling.
3.
CLASSES & OBJECT:
What is a class,what is an object,constructors,types of
object(external,automatic
static,
Dynamic
objects)
Metaclass,role of meta class.Scope of classes, array of
objects, objects as a function argument.
4.
Programming in C++:
What is object-orientation, area of object technology,C++,
getting
to
grips
with
C++(data
types,escape
sequence,characters,
variables,
operator,
notation,
Arrays,Function
conditional statements.call by value,call
by
reference.Pointer : C++ memory
map,
dynamic
allocation
pointers,pointers
with
arrays.Structure,structure with arrays,passing, structure of
function.Enumerated data types, Inherentance, apolymorphism
& Overloading.
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PROGRAMMING IN C & C++
List of Experiments
1.
Exercises
Pascal.
involving
output and
input
format
2.
Exercises involving control transfer statements in C & C++
3.
Exercises with arrays & Pointers in C & C++.
4.
Exercises with functions
5.
Exercises with files in C & C++.
in C & C++.
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controls
in
4.3 NETWORK, FILTERS AND TRANSMISSION LINES
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Enginering)
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Rationale :
The electronic circuits are too much complicated. To
understand the working of electronic circuitary a systematic
knowledge of the tools of circuit analysis is required. A
student having knowledge of the basic tools like network
throrems one port/two port network, symmetrical/asymmetrical
network, attenuators, filters and transmission lines will be
able to share any type of responsibility in the industry
atmosphere.
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Review of Network Theorms
5
1
2.
Networks
12
2
3.
Symmetrical & Asymmetrical Network
15
3
4.
Attemuators
6
2
5.
Filters
12
2
6.
Transmission Lines
20
4
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1.
REVIEW OF NETWORK THEOREMS:
Review of the following, network theorem; superposition,
Thevenin's Norton's and maximum power transfer.
2.
NETWORKS:
2.1
One Port Network : Series and parallel tuned circuit,
expression for their impedance at any freququency and at
resonance in terms of Q and component values ( L. C. & R ).
Band width of tuned circuit in terms of resonance frequency
and Q.
2.2
Two Port (Four Terminals Networks : Basic concept
following terms :
of
the
(a)
Symmetrical and asymmetrical networks.
(b)
Balanced and unbalance network,
(c)
T-network, Ladder network, Lattice network, L Network,
Bridge T-network.
Representation of a two port " Block Box" in terms of
Z, Y and H parameters and mention of application to
transistor as a two port network.
(d)
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SYMMETRICAL AND ASYMMETRICAL NETWORK :
3.1
Symmetrical Network :
(a)
Concept and significance of characteristics impedance,
propagation constant,attenuation constant, phase shift
constant and insertion loss.
(b)
Exprssion for characteristic impedance, propagation
constant, attenuation constant and phase-shift constant
in terms of Zo, Zoc and Zsc for the following
(i ) T Network.
(ii) n (pi) Network.
3.2
Asymmertrical Network :
(a)
Concept and significance of iterative impedance image
impedance, image transfer constant and insertion loss.
(b)
The half section (L-section) : Splitting of symmetrical
T & n(pi) sections into half sections, derivation of
iterative impedence, image impedence open and short
circuit impedence of half section.
3.3
Star-Delta Transformation : Equivalence of T and n(pi) network.
4.
ATTENUATORS:
4.1
Units of attenuation (decible and nepers)
4.2
General characteristics of attenuators.
4.3
Analysis and design of simple attenuator of following
(a)
Symmetrical T and n type.
(b)
L type.
types
5.
FILTERS:
5.1
Brief idea of the uses of filters
communication system.
5.2
Connecting of low
filters.
5.3
Theorem
connecting
attenuation
constant
a
and
characteristics impedence (Zo) determination of cut off
frequency constant K section.
Prototype filter section
5.4
(a)
-
networks
in
pass, high pass, band pass and
differnt
band
stop
T and n low pass filter section.
Reactance frequency characteristics of low pass and its
significance.
Attenuation Vs frequency; phase shift Vs frequency
characteristics impedance Vs frequency of T and n.
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5.5
Simple design problems of prototype low pass section.
Active Filter:
Basic Concept of active filter and comparison with passive.
5.6
5.7
(a)
Op. amp. intergrater circuit, basic low pass active
filter, First and Second order low pass Butter worth
filter - Frequency response.
(b)
Op. amp. differentiator circuit, basic high pass active
filter, First and Second order high pass Butter worth
filter- Frequency response.
(c)
Basic concept of band pass filter, Wide and narrow band
pass active filter.
(d)
Basic concept of band reject filter, wide
band reject filter.
(e)
All pass filter, Frequency response
and
narrow
and
their
Crystal Filter :
(a)
Crystal and its equivalent circuit.
(b)
Design properties of piezoelectric filters
use.
Equalizers :
General Introduction.
6.
TRANSMISSION LINE:
6.1
Transmission lines and their application : Shapes
of
different types of transmission lines; including 300 ohm
antenna feeder cable, 75 ohm co-axial cable, optical fibre
cable, Also other different types of cables.
6.2
Distributed
equivalent
6.3
Necessity of the concept of an infinite line; Definition of
characteristic impedance of line ; concept of
short line
termination in Zo currents no voltages long an infinite
line;
graphical representation;
propagation
constent,
attenuation and phase shift constant of the line.
6.4
Relationship
of characteristics impedence,
propagation
canstant, attenuation constant and phase constant in term of
distributed constants of the line, smith charts.
6.5
Conditions for minimum distortion and minimum attenuation of
signal on the line; necessity and different methods of
loading the communication lines.
6.6
Concept of reflection and standing waves on a transmission
line; definition of reflection coefficient in terms of
characteristics impedance and load impedance; Definition of
( or primary) constants of a transmission
circuit of infinite line;
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standing wave ratio
(SWR), relation between VSWR and
voltage reflection coefficient, maximim impedance on a line
in term of characteristics impedance and VWSR.
6.7
Transmission line equation; expression for voltage, current
and impedance at a point on the lines for lines with and
without losses. Expression for the imput impedance of the
line. Solving Transmission line problems using Smith Chart.
6.8
Input impedance of an open and short circuited line and
graphical representation.
6.9
Transmission
line at high frequency, effect of
high
frequencies
on
the losses of a
transmission
line;
Application of transmission line as a reactive components
and
imdedance
transformer ( e.g. quarter
wave
and
half wave transformer ).
6.10 Principle
of
impedance matching using
comparison of open and short circuit stubs.
single
6.11 Expression for characteristic impedance of open
coaxial lines ( No derivation).
its
stub;
wire
and
LIST OF BOOKS
1.
2.
3.
4.
J. P. Ryder-Network Filters & Transmission Line- PHI
A. Chakravorty- An Introduction to Network, Filters &
Transmission Line- Dhanpat rai & Co.
D. R. Chaudhry- Network Analysis-Dhanpat Rai & Co.
V. K. Aatre- Network Theory & Filter Design- New Age
International Pub.
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NETWORK, FILTERS AND TRANSMISSION LINES LAB
List Of Experiment
1.
Experimental verifications of the Thevenin's
theorm with an a.c. source.
2.
Experimental varifications maximum power transfer theorm.
3.
To measure the characteristics impedance of a symetrical T/n
(pi) network.
4.
To measure the image impedance of a given asymmetrical
(pi) networks.
5.
To design and measure the
T/n(pi) type attenuator.
6.
For a prototype low pass filter :
7.
8.
9.
attenuation
of
and
a
Norton's
T/n
symmetrical
(a)
Determine the characteristics impedance experimentally.
(b)
Plot the attenuation characteristics.
For a prototype high pass filter :
(a)
Determine the characteristics impedance experimently.
(b)
To plot the attenuation characteristic.
(a)
To plot the
impedance characteristic of a
band pass filter.
prototype
(b)
To plot the attenuation characteristic of a
band pass filter.
prototype
(a)
To plot the impedance characteristic of m-derived
pass filter.
(b)
To plot the attenuation characteristic of a
high pass filter.
low
m-derived
10.
To design Ist order and IInd order active LPF filter
IC 741 and draw the frequency response curve.
using
11.
To design Ist order and IInd order active HPF filter
IC 741 and draw the frequency response curve.
using
12.
Measurement of characteristics of a short transmission line.
13.
Measurement of L & C of lossless transmission line.
14
Measurement of Zo of lossless transmission line.
15.
16.
Measurement of Attenuation of lossless transmission line.
Measurement
of
Velocity of Propagation
in
lossless
transmission line.
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Precision measurement of process parameters such as
pressure, level density, speed, temperature, flow, moisture
etc. is very essential for successful running of a process
industry. Various telemetric and mannual control circuits
are to be
handled by technicians employed in
these
industries. Therefore to equip the diploma student in
instrumentation and control engineering with the knowledge
and skill of principles and circuitry for measurement of
these parameters will be useful in world of work.
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2.
Pressure Instrumentation
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3.
Level Instrumentation
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4.
Measurement of Speed
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5.
Temperature Instrumentation
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6.
Flow Measurement
8
7.
Moisture Measurement
8
8.
Measurement of Density
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9.
Installation
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1.
2.
INTRODUCTION:
1.1
Introduction of a process, chemical engineering process
and process variable, listing of different process
variable
and their definitions, Introduction
and
definition of the term process instrumentation as
applicable to the field of engineering.
1.2
Importance of process instrumentation
industry-discussion taking example of
typical processes
1.3
Block diagram of a general instrumentation system,
Elements
of
an
instrument.
Symbol
used
in
instrumentation system and process flow diagram
for
any
process
of
the
PRESSURE INSTRUMENTATION:
2.1
Definition.
2.2
Units
KCS,
Bar,
Pascal,
MPa,
N/M2,
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PSI,
WCL
and
conversion of one unit into other and conversion of one
unit into another.
2.3
Pressure Elements- Diaphragm, Force Balance,
Bourden Tube, Pressure Gauges, Differential
Gauges.
Bellows,
Pressure
2.4
Types of pressure, atmospheric pressure,
absolute
pressure, gauge pressure, vacuum pressure, Improtance
of
Pressure
measurement,
Pressure
Transmitters/Differential Pressure Transmitters (4-20
mA output). Advantages of 4-20 mA systems to be
explained.
2.5
Dp gauge, Uses of manometers for differential
measurement.
2.6
Measurement of pressure of corrosive fluids-diaphragm
seal, liquid seal, Table listing corrosion resistance
of Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Monel and Hastalloy
ect. to around four inportant corrosive fluids used in
industry to be given to all students.
2.7
Measurement of static and dynamic pressure.
2.8
Pressure switch and regulators.
2.9
Electrical Methods :
pressure
(a)
Resistive Methods - Strain Gauge, Potentiometric
(b)
Capacitive
Methods - Absolute
differential capacitive method.
capacitive
&
2.10 Calibration of Pressure Gauge/Pressure Transducers/
Pressure transmitters/Different Pressure Transmitters
with
Dead weight pressure gauge tester,
Digital
pressure indicator (Differential pressure and vaccum)
3.
LEVEL INSTRUMENTATION:
Introduction, head, density and specific
relationship, method of measurement.
gravity
(a)
Slight glass method.
(b)
Bob tape method.
(c)
Float method,
method.
(d)
Magnetic float.
(e)
Displacer with LVDT sensor method.
(f)
Displacer with hall effect sensor.
(f)
Sight glass method with magnetic strip voller
3.2
Indirect Method:
Material
for float,
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Float
and
their
shaft
3.3
4.
(a)
By pressure gauge.
(b)
Diaphrgm box method.
(c)
Air trap method.
(d)
Air
(e)
Pneumatic force balance method.
(f)
Level measurement in a pressuried vessel using
differential gauges and differential
pressure
gauges.
(g)
Level
seal.
(h)
Level measurement by weighing.
(i)
Level of dry material.
pressure
balance
method
or bubbler method.
measurement of corrosive liquid by
use
of
Electrical Methods:
(a)
Electrical Conductivity method.
(b)
Capacitance method.
(c)
Radio active methods.
(d)
Ultrasonic method.
(e)
GWR (Guided Waves Radar)
MEASUREMENT OF SPEED:
Speed measurement, Tachometer (Contact type and non contact
type - optical), stroboscopic counter, vibration
reed
method. Permanent magnet type, Key phaser type.
5.
TEMPERATURE INSTRUMENTATION:
5.1
Definition
of
temperature,
temperature
conversion of one temperature units into
importance of temperature instrumentation.
5.2
Methods of measurement, industrial liquid thermometer,
thermometeric liquids and its property, limitation of
glass thermometer.
5.3
Filled thermometers- Liquids filled, gas filled, vapour
filled (construction and working principle of filled
thermometers).
5.4
(a) Possible sources of errors, ambient temperature
effect, compensation of ambient temperature effect
along capilary and bourdon.
(b)
scales
another,
Comparison between liquid,filled, gas filled
liquid- vapour filled thermometers.
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(c)
Mounting method and location and selection.
5.5
Bi-metallic
thermometer,
principle,
construction,
material combination of bi-metallic strip its use for
control application.
5.6
Electrical
methods
for
temperature
mesaurement
thermocouple, principle of production of thermal e.m.f,
seeback effect, peltier effect, Thompson effect, thermo
couple
material
and
temperature
range,
gauge,
protecting tube, standard characteristic curve for
thermo couple, measurement of thermo couple e.m.f. by
mill (temp Vs. e. m. f. ) voltmeter method and potentio
metric method, use of compensating leads. Comparison
between millimeter method and potentiometric methodcalbiration
of M.C. voltmeter
by
potentiometer.
Mounting of thermo couple, Skin temperature measurement.
5.7
Possible sources
compensation.
errors
and
reference
junction
(a)
Resistance Thermometer, principle, bulbs and wells,
constructional detail.
(b)
Properties of resistance elements.
(c)
Measurement of resistance by resistance
bridge method and potentiometric method.
(d)
2-wire, 3-wire,4-wire for temperature compensation in RTD
meter,
5.8
Semiconductor thermometer, Ranges and limitations.
5.9
Radiation
pyrometer-Principle
temperature range.
Total radiation
principle.
6.
of
of
working,
pyrometer-construction
and
working
working
FLOW MEASUREMENTS:
6.1
Definition of flow-Bornolli's theroem.
6.2
Differential pressure flow meters-Expression for flow
rate in terms of differential pressure. Types of
restriction,
orifice,
nozzle,
ventury
tube,
construction and material used. Comparison between
orifice,
nozzle and ventury tube measurement
of
differential pressure in flow lines.
6.3
Varible area meter (Rotameter) construction,
principle and its advantage over other method.
6.4
Positive
displacement meter,
Rotating
vane
meter,
or
reciprocating piston meter.
6.5
Velocity Flow Meter:
working
Rotating lobe meter,
Nutating
disc meter
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(a)
Turbine meter.
(b)
Hot wireflow meter.
(c)
Electromagnetic flow meter.
(d)
Ultrasonic flow meter.
6.6
Mass flow meter solid flow meter by weighting.
6.7
Flow through open channel:- Weirs and V-notch.
6.8
Methods of measurements of Fluid Flow by means of
Orifice
Plates and Nozzles, (for
In-compressible
fluids).
MOISTURE MEASUREMENT:
7.1
Definition:
Direct drying and weighing method.
7.2
Electrical Methods:
Conductance method, capacitance method.
8.
7.3
Use of moisture in process industries.
7.4
Humidity measurement difinition, absolute
humidity
relative humidity, precentage humidity Dew point, dry
bulb temperature, wet temperature, Dry and wet bulb
hygrometer.
MEASUREMENT OF DENSITY
Definition relationship between density, pressure at the
bottom of column of liquid and weight of a given volume.
9.
8.1
Liquid level method.
8.2
Displacement method.
8.3
Hydrometer method.
INSTALLATION :
Introduction, important symbols, method of installation of
instrumentation system, Instrumentation flow diagram (few
typical example). Installation method of different process
element.
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1.
To meaure pressure by various methods
A.
B.
C.
Pressure Gauage (Burden, Bollow and diaphragm type)
Digital Pressure Indicator
Vaccum pressure by any available vacuum gauage and compare.
2.
To measure and record pressure of line by graphic
and electronic pressure recorder.
3.
To measure level of a tank by
A.
B.
C.
Sight glass tube and flood method.
Capacitive level detector
resistive level detector.
4.
6.
7.
To calibrate a pressure gauge using load weight tester and
staudard pressure calibration.
To study the construction and operation of level limit
siwtch and make an application circuit using level limit
switch.
To draw the I/o characterstic of elex. pressure transmitter.
To measure speed of motor by
A.
B.
C.
Mechanical tacometer
Optical tachometer
Inductive reductance type tachometer
8.
To measure temperature of a furnace by various method.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
thermometer
Thermocouple
Pyrometer (Total radiation and iptical pyrometer)
RTD
I.E. temperature sensor (Semiconductor type)
9.
To record
meter.
10.
To measure flow in a pipeline using
A.
B.
C.
E.
Orifice meter
Venturimeter
Rotameter
Electromagnetic flowmeter
11.
12.
To measure flow of air using anemometer.
To measure density of solution using electronic density
meter and hydrometer
To measure moisture using moisturemeter.
To study various hardware to install all instrument and made
coupling, connections etc using copper taking and complete a
simple arrangement of given flow diagram.
To study various instrumentation symbols used and sraw all
instrumentation flow diagram of a closed loop process
control system.
5.
13.
14.
15.
NOTE:
level/temperature
using
universal
recorder
electronic
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performed
and 10 practicals
practicals should be performed.
from
other
remaining
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4.4 PRINCIPLE OF DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
(Common with Electronics Engineering and
Information Technology)
Computer
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1.
Introduction
3
2.
Number System
6
3.
Codes, Code Conversion & Parity
3
4.
Logic Gates
6
5.
Logic simplifications
6
6.
Logic Families & Digital ICs
6
Part2- Combinational Logic Circuits
7.
Arithemetic operations
6
8.
Encoder, Decoders & Display
6
Devices Associated Circuits,
Multiplexer & Demultiplexer
Part-3 Sequential Logic Circuits
9.
Flip Flops
4
10.
Counters
6
11.
Shift Registers
4
Part-4
12.
Memories
6
13.
A/D and D/A Converters
4
14.
Arthametic Circuits
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1.
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL ELECTRONICS:
1.1
Basic difference between analog and digital signal.
1.2
Application and advantages of digital signal processing.
2.
NUMBER SYSTEM:
2.1
Binary, Octal and Hexadecimal number system; conversion from
decimal octal and hexadecimal to binary and vice-versa.
Binary addition, substraction, multiplication and division
including binary points.
2.2
2.3
1's and 2's complements methoof substraction.
3.
CODES, CODE CONVERSION AND PARITY:
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3.1
The 8421 and excess-3 codes; mention of other
codes.
3.2
Addition of 8421, BCD coded numbers
excess-3 coded numbers.
3.3
Gray code, Gray to binary conversion and vice-versa.
3.4
Basic concept of parity, single and double parity and
detection.
4.
LOGIC GATES:
4.1
Definition, symbols and truth tables of NOT, AND, OR, NAND,
NOR, EXOR Gates.
4.2
Concept of negative and positive logic.
5.
LOGIC SIMPLIFICATIONS
5.1
Boolean algebra, Karnaugh-mapping (upto 4 varibles) and
simple
application in developing
combinational
logic
circuits.
5.2
Implementation of logic equations with gates.
5.3
Use of NAND and NOR gates as universal gates.
6.
LOGIC FAMILIES AND DIGITAL ICS:
6.1
Logic family classification :
6.2
its
populer
BCD
limitations
and
error
(a)
Definition of SSI, MSI, LSI, VLSI.
(b)
Bipolar
Logic,
Diode
Logic,
Transistor
Intverter,TTL logic, MOS,CMOS logic, logic ECL
(c)
Sub-classification of TTL and MOS logic families.
(d)
Characteristics of TTL and MOS Digital gates delay,
speed of noise margin, logic levels, power dissipation,
FAN-IN,
FAN-OUT,
power supply
requirements
and
comparison between TTL and MOS ICs.
Logic
Logic Circuits :
(a)
Open collector and to tempole output circuit operation
for a standard TTL, NAND gate.
(b)
MOS circuit operation for a standard gate (NOR).
6.3
Tristate Switch : Normally open and normally closed switch.
6.4
Familiarisation with commerical digital IC
number identification and Pin configuration.
7.
ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS:
7.1
Design of Exclusive Or, Half adder and Half subtractor.
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gates,
Their
7.2
Design of Full adder circuits and its operation.
7.3
Design of Full subtractor circuits and its operation.
7.4
Some examples (circuits) of code convertors.
8.
ENCODER, DECODERS & DISPLAY DEVICES ASSOCIATED CIRCUITS:
8.1
LED, LCD, seven segment display, basic operation of
commonly used types.
8.2
Four Decoder circuits for 7 segment display.
8.3
Basic decimal to BCD encoder circuits.
8.4
Use of decoders/driver ICs with reference to commerical ICs.
8.5
Basic Multiplexer and Demultiplexer
9.
FLIP FLOPS:
9.1
Operation using waveforms and truth tables of following flip
flops.
RS, T, RST, D, JK, Master/Slave JK Flip Flops mention of
commonly used ICs Flip flops.
10.
COUNTERS:
various
10.1 Counters classification.
10.2 Binary and decade counters.
10.3 Divide by N counters.
10.4 Programmable asynchronous counters.
10.5 Down counters up/down counter operations.
10.6 Presettable asynchronous counters.
10.7 Difference between asynchronous and synchronous counters.
10.8 Ring counters with timing diagram.
10.9 Familiarization with commerical TTL/CMOS counter ICs.
11.
SHIFT REGISTERS:
11.1 Introduction
shift right.
and
Basic concepts including shift
11.2 Serial in serial out.
Serial in parallel out.
Parallel in serial out.
Parallel in parallel out.
11.3 Universal shift register.
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and
11.4 Familiarisation with common TTL/CMOS ICs.
11.5 Buffer register, Tristate Buffer Register.
12. MEMORIES:
12.1 Classification according to the following heads.
(a)
Volatile and non-volatile memories.
(b)
Random access memories and sequential access.
(c)
Semiconductor and non-semiconductor memories.
(d)
Destructive and non-destructive memories.
12.2 Semi-conductor
ROMs, PROMs, EPROM, SRAM,
structure and working of CCD, R/W memory.
13.
DRAM,
Basic
A/D AND D/A CONVERTERS:
13.1 Use of A/D and D/A converters.
13.2 Binary resister network R-2R network.
13.3 D/A converter using R-2R.
13.4 UP, UP/Down counter type A/D converter.
13.5 Successive approximation.
13.6 Basic concepts of parrallel A/D converter.
13.7 Two bit A/D converter.
14.
ARITHMETIC CIRCUITS: Ideas About
14.1 Basic Arithmetic logic units applications.
14.2 Block diagram explanation of binary multiplier circuit.
List of Books
1.
2.
Malvino & Leach- Digital Principles & ApplicationMcgraw Hill- 5th Edition.
Mano, M. Morris- Digital Logic and Computer Design- Prentic
Hall (India)
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List Of Experiments
1.
Do atleast 20 experiments familiarzation with bread-board.
Familiarzation With TTL And MOS ICs.
2.
Identification of Ic-nos, Pin-nos, Ic types.
3.
To observe that logic low and logic high do not
voltage value in input and output of logic gate.
4.
To observe the propagation delay of TTL logic gate.
5.
Observation of the difference between MOS
under the following heads
(a)
Logic levels.
(b)
Operating voltages.
(c)
Propagation delay.
and
have
TTL
same
gates
Display Devices And Associated Circuits.
6.
Familiarisation and use different types of LEDs
anode and common cathode seven segment display.
7.
Use of 7447 BCD to 7-segment decoder.
common
Logic Gates.
8.
Verification of truth table for 2 Input NOT, AND, OR,
NOR, XOR Gates.
NAND,
Design And Implementation Of Simple Logic Circuits.
9.
To construct a 4-bit even/odd parity generator/checker using
XOR gates and to verify their truth tables.
10.
To construct half adder and half subtractor using
NAND gates verification of their truth tables.
11.
To construct a full adder circuit with XOR and NAND gates.
12.
(a)
Study of 3 bit adder circuit implemented with
NAND gates.
(b)
To construct 4 bit adder and full subtractor using full
adder chip 7480 and NAND gates.
(a)
To verify the truth table of 4 bit adder IC chip 7483.
(b)
To construct the 4 bit adder/2's complement
using 7483 and NAND gates.
13.
Flip Flops.
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XOR
or
and
and
subtractor
14.
To verify the truth table for selected positive edge
triggered and negative edge triggered F/F of J-K and D type.
Counters
15.
To construct and verify truth table for asynchronous
and decade using J-K flip flops.
16.
(a)
binary
To construct divice by 60 counter using ripple.
(b) To use counter IC chip 7493 in the divide by eight mode
and divide by sixteen mode.
(c)
17.
To construct a divide by 100 counter using CMOS.
To construct a divide by 60
counter IC chips.
counters
using
synchronous
Registers.
18.
To construct a 4 bit buffer register using 4 bit register IC
chip.
19.
To construct
flops.
20.
a 4 bit universal shift register
using
flip
To use a 4035 B universal shift register.
Multiplexers And Demultiplexers.
21.
To decode a 3 line to 8 line encode from 8 line to
and to observe inputs and outputs.
22.
Single plus to 16 line decoder and observation output
a 16 to 4 line encoder.
after
23.
To
use ALU
operations.
logic
chip
for
selected
arithmatic
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3
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Introduction to Personality Development
02
2.
Factors Influencing / Shaping Personality
02
3.
Self Awareness – 1
03
4.
Self Awareness – 2
02
5.
Self Awareness – 3
02
6.
Change Your Mind Set
02
7.
Interpersonal Relationship and Communication
03
8.
Non-Verbal communication Communication Skills 02
9 .
Communication Skills ACTIVITIES
06
10.
Body Language skills
03
11.
Leadership Traits & Skills
03
12.
Attitude
03
13.
Analyzing & Solving a Problem skills
02
14.
Time Management skills
03
15.
Stress Management Skills
02
16.
Interview Skills
04
17.
Conflict Motives
02
18.
Negotiation / Influencing Skills
02
19.
Sociability
03
20.
Importance of Group
03
21.
Values / Code of Ethics
02
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PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
Introduction to Personality Development
AIM, Skills, Types of Skills, LIFE SKILLS VS OTHER SKILLS,
Concept of Life Skills. Ten core Life Skills identified by WHO
Factors Influencing / Shaping Personality :
Introduction, Physical and Social Factors Influencing / Shaping
Personality (Hereditary, Self-Development, Environment,
Education, Life-situations ) Psychological AND Philosophical
Factors Influencing / Shaping Personality ( Past Experiences,
Dreams and Ambitions, Self-Image, Values)
Self Awareness – 1
DIMENSIONS OF SELF AWARENESS ( Self Realization, Self
Knowledge or Self Exploration, Self Confidence, Self Talk, Self
Motivation, Self Esteem, Self Image, Self Control, Self
Purpose, Individuality and Uniqueness, Personality, Values,
Attitude, Character ), SELF REALIZATION AND SELF EXPLORATION
THROUGH SWOT ANALYSIS AND JOHARI WINDOW,
Self Awareness – 2
SYMPATHY VS EMPATHY AND ALTRUISM,
Importance ofEmpathizing with Others,
Self Awareness – 3
Self-Awareness through Activity, Body Image ( What is Body
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Image, What Decides our Body Image, What is Poor Body
Image, What are the Harmful Effects of Poor Body Image ),
Tackling Poor Body Image( Enhance Self-Esteem, Build Up
Critical Thinking, Build up Positive Qualities, Understand
Cultural Variation, Dispel Myths, Utilize Life Skills )
6. Change Your Mind Set
What is Mindset, HOW TO CHANGE YOUR MINDSET ( Get the
Best Information Only, Make the best people your Role Model,
Examine Your Current Beliefs, Shape Your Mindset with Vision
and Goals, Find Your Voice, Protect Your Mindset, Let Go of
Comparisons, Put An End To Perfectionism, Look At The
Evidence, Redefine What Failure Means, Stop Worrying About
What “People” Think)
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
7. Interpersonal Relationship and Communication
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP , Forms of Interpersonal
Relationship, Must Have in an Interpersonal Relationship,
Interpersonal Relationship between a Man and a Woman (
Passion, Intimacy, Commitment), Relationship Between
Friends, ROLE OF COMMUNICATION IN INTERPERSONAL
RELATIONSHIP ( Take Care Of Your Tone And Pitch, Choice of
Words is Important in Relationships, Interact Regularly, Be
Polite, Try To Understand The Other Person’s Point Of View As
Well, Individuals Can Also Communicate Through Emails,
8. NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION Communication Skills
Non-Verbal Communication,
We Communicate with Our Eyes, Communication with Facial
Expression, A Good Gesture, Appearance, Posture and Gait,
Proximity and Touch ), IMPORTANCE OF LISTENING,
Characteristics of Good and Effective Listener( Is Attentive, Do
Not Assume, Listen for Feelings and Facts, Concentrate on the
Other Speakers Kindly and Generously, Opportunities)
9. Communication Skills ACTIVITIES –
Activities in Making Collages, Making Advertisements, PPT Preparation &
Presentation, Speaking -Seminars, Group Discussions, Debates,
Extempore Speeches, Listening to an audio clip and telling its
gist, Answering a telephone call, Making enquiries, General tipsPronunciation, Tone, Pitch, Pace, Volume, relevance, brief,
simple Reading Newspaper, Magazines ( Current Affairs,
Economic magazines, Technical magazines), How to read a
report, article, Writing- Resume Writing, Writing joining report,
Notice writing, Report making, Proposal writing, Advertisement,
Notice for tender, Minutes writing, E-Mail writing,
Listening News, Listening to audio clips.( Lecture, poetry, speech,
songs),
10. Body Language skills
Introduction, What is Body Language , Body Language Parts,
Personal Space Distances (Intimate Distance, Personal Distance,
Social Distance, Public Distance), IMPORTANT BODY
LANGUAGE SIGNS AND THEIR MEANING
UNDERSTANDING OTHERS
11.
Leadership Traits & Skills :
Introduction, Important Leadership Traits (Alertness, Bearing,
Courage, Decisiveness, Dependability, Endurance, Enthusiasm,
Initiative, Integrity, Judgment, Justice, Knowledge, Loyalty, Sense
of Humour), Other Useful traits (Truthfulness, Esprit-de-corps,
Unselfishness, Humility and sympathy, Tact without loss of moral
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courage, Patience and a sense of urgency as appropriate, Selfconfidence,
Maturity, Mental including emotional stability)
12. Attitude
Types of Attitude, Components of Attitudes (Cognitive
Component, Affective Component, Behavioral Component ),
Types of Attitudes (Positive Attitude, Negative Attitude, Neutral
Attitude, Rebellious Attitude, Rational and Irrational Attitudes,
Individual and Social Attitudes), Kinds of Attitude,
ASSERTIVENESS, How to Develop Assertiveness (Experiment
and Try New Things, Extend Your Social Circle, Learn to Make
Decisions for Yourself, Indulge in Knowledge, Admire Yourself &
Others), Negotiation (Be Sensitive to The Needs Others, Be
Willing To Compromise, Develop Your Problem-Solving Skills,
Learn to Welcome Conflict, Practice Patience, Increase Your
Tolerance For Stress, Improve Your Listening Skills, Learn To
Identify Bottom-Line Issues Quickly, Be Assertive, Not
Aggressive)
PROBLEM SOLVING
13. Analyzing & Solving a Problem skills
Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Decision Making, Goal
Setting & Planning, Problem Solving
14. Time Management skills
Need of Time Management, TIME WASTERS (Telephone,
Visitors , Paper work, Lack of Planning & Fire Fighting ,
Socializing , Indecision , TV , Procrastination ), PRINCIPLES OF
TIME MANAGEMENT - Develop a Personal Sense of Time (Time
Log , value of other people’s time ), Identify Long-Term Goals ,
Concentrate on High Return Activities , Weekly & Daily Planning
(The Mechanics of Weekly Planning , Daily Planning ), Make the
Best Use of Your Best Time , Organize Office Work (Controlling
Interruptions , Organizing Paper Work ), Manage Meetings,
Delegate Effectively, Make Use of Committed Time, Manage
Your Health,
15. Stress Management Skills
INTRODUCTION, Understanding Stress and its Impact, Expected
Responses (Physical, Emotional, Behavioral), stress
signals(thoughts, feelings, behaviors and physical), STRESS
MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (Take Deep Breath, Talk It Out,
Take A Break, Create a Quite Place in Your Mind, Pay Attention
to Physical Comfort, Move, Take Care of Your Body, Laugh,
Mange Your Time, Know Your Limits, Do You Have To Be Right
Always, Have A Good Cry, Look for the Good Things Around
You, Talk Less, Listen More), UNDERSTANDING EMOTIONS
AND FEELINGS-through Activity
16. Interview Skills ( 2 sessions from Industry Expert is Compulsory)
Curriculum Vitae (When Should a CV be Used, What Information
Should a CV Include, personal profile, Covering Letter, What
Makes a Good CV, How Long Should a CV Be, Tips on
Presentation), Different Types of CV (Chronological, SkillsBased ), BEFORE THE INTERVIEW , CONDUCTING
YOURSELF DURING THE INTERVIEW , FOLLOWING
THROUGH AFTER THE INTERVIEW , Interview Questions To
Think About , MOCK INTERVIEW – Activity (MOCK INTERVIEW
EVALUATION - NON-VERBAL BEHAVIORS, VERBAL
BEHAVIORS, General Etiquettes to face the Board , Telephonic
interview
17. Conflict Motives –Resolution
Motives of Conflict( Competition for Limited Resources, The
Generation Gap and Personality Clashes, Aggressive
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Personalities, Culturally Diverse Teams, Competing Work and
Family Demands, Gender Based Harassment), Merits and
Demerits of Conflict , Levels of Conflict (Interpersonal Conflict,
Role Conflict, Inter-group Conflict, Multi-Party Conflict,
International Conflict ), Methods of Conflict Resolution (The WinLose Approach, The Lose-Lose Strategy, The Win-Win
Approach), Techniques for Resolving Conflicts (Confrontation
and Problem Solving Leading to Win-Win, Disarm the Opposition,
Cognitive Restructuring, Appeal to Third Party, The Grievance
Procedure)
18. Negotiation / Influencing Skills
Why Influencing, What Is Influencing, TYPES OF INFLUENCING
SKILLS (Probing And Listening, Building Rapport, Sign Posting,
Pacing, Selling, Assertiveness), LAWS AND PRINCIPLES OF
INFLUENCE, The Six Laws of Influence (The Law of Scarcity,
The Law of Reciprocity, The Law of Authority, The Law of Liking,
The Law of Social Proof, The Law of Commitment and
Consistency), Influencing Principles (Making a Start, Buy Yourself
Thinking Time, Dealing With Disagreement, Difficult And
Sensitive Situations)
19. Sociability : Etiquettes And Mannerism & Social Skills
Need for Etiquette , Types of Etiquettes (Social Etiquette,
Bathroom Etiquette, Corporate Etiquette, Wedding Etiquette,
Meeting Etiquette, Telephone Etiquette, Eating Etiquette,
Business Etiquette, E-Mail Etiquettes,), MANNERISMS, HOW
TO IMPROVE YOUR SOCIAL SKILLS (Be Yourself, Be
Responsible, Be Open & Approachable, Be Attentive, Be Polite,
Be Aware, Be Cautious)
20. Importance of Group / Cross Cultural Teams / Team Work skills
Introduction, Types and Characteristics of Groups (Definition of a
Group, Classification / Types of Groups, Friendship Group, Task
Group, Formal Groups, Informal Group, Effective Group),
Importance of a Group, Characteristics of a Mature Group,
TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF A TEAM ( Definition of a
Team, Types of Teams, Functional Teams, Problem Solving
Teams, Cross - Functional Teams, Self - Managed Teams),
Importance of a Team, Characteristics of a Team
21.
VALUES / CODE OF ETHICS
Meaning, A FEW IMPORTANT VALUES (Honesty, Integrity,
Purity, Discipline, Selflessness, Loyalty, Fairness, Equality, Trust,
Support, Respect, etc)
Note : One Orientation module for the faculty is must.
Involvement of Industry Experts is necessary for Interview Skills
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INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
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The knowledge of this subject is required for all engineers/technicians who wish
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understanding of various functions of management, role of workers and engineers
and providing knowledge about industrial and tax laws.
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Principles of Management
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2.
Human Resource Development
10
3.
Wages and Incentives
4
4.
Human and Industrial Relations
6
5.
Professional Ethics
2
6.
Sales and Marketing management
10
7.
Labour Legislation Act
10
8.
Material Management
8
9.
Financial Management
8
10.
Entrepreneurship Development
8
11.
Fundamental of Economics
5
12.
Accidents and Safety
5
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1.
Principles of Management
1.1
Management, Different Functions: Planning, Organising, Leading,
Controlling.
1.2
Organizational Structure, Types, Functions of different departments.
1.3
Motivation:
Factors,
characteristics,
methods
of
improving
motivation, incentives, pay, promotion, rewards, job satisfaction,
job enrichment.
1.4
Need
for
leadership,
Functions
of
a
leader,
Factors
for
accomplishing effective leadership, Manager as a leader, promoting
team work.
2.
Human Resource Development
2.1
Introduction, objectives and functions of human resource development
(HRD) department.
2.2
Recruitment, methods of selection, training strategies and career
development.
2.3
Responsibilities of human resource management – policies and
functions, selection – Mode of selection – Procedure – training of
workers, Job evaluation and Merit rating.
3.
Wages and Incentives
3.1
Definition and factors affecting wages, methods of wage payment.
3.2
Wage incentive – type of incentive, difference in wage, incentive
and bonus; incentives of supervisor.
3.3
Job evaluation and merit rating.
4.
Human and Industrial Relations
4.1
Industrial relations and disputes.
4.2
Relations with subordinates, peers and superiors.
4.3
Characteristics of group behaviour and trade unionism.
4.4
Mob psychology.
4.5
Grievance, Handling of grievances.
4.6
Agitations, strikes, Lockouts, Picketing and Gherao.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
4.7
Labour welfare schemes.
4.8
Workers’ participation in management.
Professional Ethics
5.1
Concept of professional ethics.
5.2
Need for code of professional ethics.
5.3
Professional bodies and their role.
Sales and Marketing management
6.1
Functions and duties of sales department.
6.2
Sales forecasting, sales promotion, advertisement and after sale
services.
6.3
Concept of marketing.
6.4
Problems of marketing.
6.5
Pricing policy, break even analysis.
6.6
Distribution channels and methods of marketing.
Labour Legislation Act (as amended on date)
7.1
Factory Act 1948.
7.2
Workmen’s Compensation Act 1923.
7.3
Apprentices Act 1961.
7.4
PF Act, ESI Act.
7.5
Industrial Dispute Act 1947.
7.6
Employers State Insurance Act 1948.
7.7
Payment of Wages Act, 1936.
7.8
Intellectual Property Rights Act
Material Management
8.1
Inventory control models.
8.2
ABC Analysis, Safety stock, Economic ordering quantity.
8.3
Stores equipment, Stores records, purchasing procedures, Bin card,
Cardex.
8.4
Material handling techniques.
Financial Management
9.1
Importance of ledger and cash book.
9.2
Profit and loss Account, Balance sheet.
9.3
Interpretation of Statements, Project financing, Project appraisal,
return on investments.
Entrepreneurship Development
10.1 Concept of entrepreneur and need of entrepreneurship in the context
of prevailing employment conditions.
10.2 Distinction between an entrepreneur and a manager.
10.3 Project identification and selection.
10.4 Project formulation.
10.5 Project appraisal.
10.6 Facilities and incentives to an entrepreneur.
Fundamental of Economics
11.1 Micro economics.
11.2 Macro economics.
Accidents and Safety
12.1 Classification of accidents based on nature of injuries, event and
place.
12.2 Causes and effects of accidents.
12.3 Accident-prone workers.
12.4 Action to be taken in case of accidents with machines, electric
shock, fires and erection and construction accidents.
12.5 Safety consciousness and publicity.
12.6 Safety procedures.
12.7 Safety measures – Do’s and Don’ts and god housing keeping.
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The type of display device for the quantity to be
measured depends on the actual working atmosphere in the
industry. The processing of signal depends on the type of
data sensining and handling equipment. the suitability for
anologue, digital and recording system used by the industry.
The objective of this paper is to equip the student with
basic knowledge of display devices, display systems, data
transmission and telemetry,
recorders,
instrumentation
amplifiers and data acquisition systems which will be useful
for the student for handling problems prevailing in the
industry atmosphere.
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Display Systems
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3.
Recorders
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4.
Data Transmission & Telemetry
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5.
Instrumentaion Amplifiers
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6.
Data Acquisition System
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1.
DISPLAY DEVICES:
Classification of display devices, working principles and
typical use of various display devices-calthode ray tube
(Gen. prupose CRTS, storage CRTS flat CRTS) Light Emitting
Diodes, Seven segment display, Liquid Crystal displays,
Electro
luminescent
displays,
Incandescent
displays,
Electrophoretic
image displays, Touch screen
displayIntroduction, Types of touch screen display, Resistive and
capacitive touch screen display concept and construction,
Application of touch screen..
2.
DISPLAY
SYSTEMS:
Elements
of
controlling a display system,
Use
and
implementation
of
Code converter, latches and
shift
registers, Counters in display systems. Few examples of
display systems-using CRT display (General Purpose), LED
display, LCD display other displays.
3.
RECORDER:
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Necessity of recorder, Basic requirements of a recording
systems,
classification of
recorders-Analog
(Graphic,
Oscillographic and magnetic recorders) and Digital recorder.
3.1
Graphic Recorders:
Strip chart recorders- (Galvanometer type,
recorders) and X-Y recorders.
3.2
Oscillographic Recorders:
3.3
Magnetic Recorders:
3.4
Digital Recorders:
Basic concept of Digital recorder, types
recorder:
1.
2.
3.
Null
of
type
Digital,
Electro magnetic recorder (Digital type recorder).
Introduction and uses of Bar Code Reader & Recorder
(Optical).
Introduction and uses of Quick Response(QR) code
reader and recorder (Optical).
DATA TRANSMISSION AND TELEMETRY:
4.1
Methods of Data Transmission electrical or electronic.
4.2
Definition
of Telemetry,
Telemetry system.
4.3
Types of Telemetry
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4.4
Hydraulic,
General
pneumatic,
requirements
of
Voltage Telemetry.
Current Telemetry.
Position Telemetry.
A.
C.
Telemetry-Concept of
modulation
and
demodulation (A.M., F.M. and Phase modulation).
Pluse Telemetry System - Analog pluse telemetry
(PAM, PFM, PDM, PPM) and Concept of Digital
telemetry- PCM, Delta Modulation (Basic Principle
Only)
Optical Fibre communication basic
Transmission Channels And Medias:
(Concept only) wire line channels, Radio
channels,
Microwave channels, Power line carrier channel and
optical fibre channels.
4.5
Multiplexing In Telemetring System:
Time division multiplexing (TDM) and frequency division
multiplexing (FDM), Concept of CDMA (Code Division
Multiple Access).
4.6
Introduction to Demultiplexing.
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5.
Smart type transmitter using HART (Highway
Remote Transmitters). techniques.
Addressable
INSTRUMENTATION AMPLIFIER:
Introduction
and
Characteristics
of
instrumentation
amplifiers in respect of input impedance, output impedance,
drift, d.c. offset noise, gain, common mode rejection ratio,
frequency response, slew rate etc.. Relating the suitability
of these characteristics for amplifying signals from various
transducers.
6.
DATA ACQUISTION SYSTEMS (DAS):
6.1
General concept, Importance of DAS to instrumentation.
Types of DAS components of
1.
2.
Analog data acquistion system.
Digital data acquisition system.
Use of Data Acquisition system. Use of recorder in
data acquisition systems.
6.2
Modern trends in DAS - Instroduction of
in DAS.
6.3
SCADA
- An
advantage.
introduction
and
microprocessor
programming
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digital
method,
5.4 ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS AND MEASUREMENTS
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering)
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Introduction
2
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2.
Multimeters
6
1
3.
Electronic Multimeter
6
1
4.
A. C. Millivoltmeter
6
1
5.
Cathode Ray Oscillograph
12
3
6.
Audio Power Meter
6
1
7.
Signal Generator
6
1
8.
Impedance Bridges & Meters
6
1
9.
Regulated Power Supply
9
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10.
Digital Instrument
9
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1.
INTRODUCTION TO THE PROCESS OF MEASUREMENTS:
1.1
Review of the terms, accuracy, precision, sensitivity range
and
errors, difference between accuracy, precision and
resolution.
1.2
Precaution
against high frequency noise pick up
and
remedies, shielding and grounding (two terminal and three
terminals).
1.3
Concept of selective wide band measurements.
2.
MULTIMETERS:
2.1
2.2
Principle of measurement of D.C. voltage and D.C. current,
A.C.
voltage and A.C. current and resistance
in
a
multimeter.
Specifications of a multimeter and their significance.
2.3
Limitations with regards to frequency and impedance.
3.
ELECTRONIC MULTIMETER:
3.1
Advantage
over
conventional
multimeter
for
voltage
measurement with respect to input impedance and sensitivity,
principles of voltage, current and resistance measurements.
3.2
Specification
significance.
4.
A. C. MILLIVOLTMETER:
of
electronic
multimeter
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their
4.1
Types
of AC millivoltmeters: Amplifier-rectifier
rectifier amplifier, block diagram and explanation of
above types of A.C. milli voltmeter.
4.2
Typical specifications and their significance.
5.
CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE:
5.1
Construction of CRT, Electron gun, Electrostatic focussing
and
acceleration
(Explanation
only-no
mathematical
treatment) Deflection sensitivity, Brief mention of screen
phospher for CRT. Internal Block Diagram of CRO.
5.2
Explanation of time base operation and need
during flyback, synchronisation.
5.3
Block diagram and explanation
of a basic CRO
triggered sweep oscilloscope, front panel controls.
5.4
Specifications of CRO and their significance.
5.5
Use of CRO for the measurement of voltage (D.C. & A.C.)
frequency using Lissagious figure, time period, phase.
5.6
Special features of dual trace, delayed
CROs (Brief mention only).
5.7
CRO probes including current probes.
5.8
Working Principle of Spectrum Analyzer.
6.
AUDIO POWER METER:
6.1
Block diagram of an audio power meter.
6.2
Principles of
limitations.
6.3
Scale conversion from power to db.
7.
SIGNAL GENERATORS:
7.1
Block diagram explanation of laboratory type low frequency
and RF signal generators, pulse generator and function
generator.
7.2
Specification
for low frequency signal generator,
RF
generator,pulse generator and function generator. Brief idea
of testing specification for the above instrumets.
7.3
Standard signal generator.
8.
IMPEDANCE BRIDGES Q METERS:
8.1
for
blanking
sweep and
working its application and
high
and
the
and
a
storage
frequency
D.C. and A.C. Bridges :
D.C.
bridgesWheat stone
Senstivity- Null indicators.
bridge,
Kelvins
bridges,
A.
bridges
(Maxwell
bridge),
C.
Bridges
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Inductance
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Capacitance bridges, Hays bridge, Anderson bridge,
bridge,
Wein
bridge, Twin betwork,
Storage
Dissipation factor and their measurments.
Schering
factor,
8.2
Block
diagram
explanation and working
principle
of
laboratory types (balancing type) RLC bridge. Specifications
of a RLC bridge, Principle of digital RLC bridge.
8.2
Block diagram and working principles of a Q meter.
9.
REGULATED POWER SUPPLY:
9.1
Block diagram
supply.
9.2
Major specifications of regulated power supply, and their
measurement (line and load regulation, output ripple and
transients).
9.3
Basic working principles of switched mode power supply.
9.4
Concept of floating and grounded power supplies and
interconnections to obtain multipple output supplies.
9.5
Basic working principle of uninterupted power supply
10.
DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS:
of regulated power supply,
10.1 Comparison
of
Analog
and
characteristics of digital meter.
IC
Digital
based
power
their
instruments,
10.2 Working principle of Ramp, Dual slope and integrating type of
digital voltmeter.
10.3 Block diagram and working of a digital multimeter.
10.4 Working principle of time interval frequency and period
measurement using universal counter, frequency counter, time
base stability and accuracy and resolution.
List of Books
1.
2.
A. K. Sawhney - A course in Electrical & Electronic
Measurement & Instrumentation - Dhanpat Rai & Sons
Helfric & Cooper - Modern Electronic Instrumentation and
Measurment Techniques- PHI
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List Of Practicals
1.
Loading effect of a multimeter
measure high frequency voltages.
2.
Measurement of Q of a coil and its dependence on
using a Q meter.
3.
Measurement of voltage, frequency, time period, phase angle
and delay time using CRO : (use of Lissagious Figures).
4.
Measurement of time period, frequency, average period
universal counter frequency counter.
5.
To test a power supply for ripple, line and load regulation,
Tracing of wave form, To findout operating range of power
supply.
6.
Measurement of rise, fall and delay time using a CRO.
7.
Measurement of distortion of a LF signal
distortion factor meter.
generator
8.
Measurement
bridge.
bridge/universal
of
and
R.L. and C using a
its
LRC
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limitations
to
frequency
using
using
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Electrical energy is the main source of energy for
running nearly all type of industries. The machines are
mainly driven by the electrical energy. Therefore the
control of electrical power is of utmost importance in these
machines. The objective of this paper is to familiarize the
student with reponse of simple first order and second order
systems, input, output relationships, components and devices
used in control systems, thyristors and their application in
heating, welding and motor control.
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Introduction
8
System Excitation & Response
8
of Simple System
3.
Input Output Relationship
8
of Control System
4.
Components & Devices Used In
8
Control Systems
5.
Thyristors & Their Application
30
6.
High Frequency Heating & Welding
10
7.
Solid State Motor Control
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION:
Need of automatic control, classification of control systems:(a)
Open loop and closed loop system, block diagram of feed
back control system and its basic elements.
(b)
Definition of other types of control system e.g.
(i) Linear and Nonlinear system.
(ii) Single input - Single output (SISO) system
Multi Input - Multi-output (MIMO) system.
(iii) Static and dynamic systems.
(iv) Constinuous and discrete systems.
2.
SYSTEM EXCITATION AND RESPONSE OF SIMPLE SYSTEMS:
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2.1
Step, ramp and pulse type of inputs with examples.
2.2
Response of first order and second order systems with
examples.
Response due to forcing function, response to step and
ramp inputs.
Difinitions of over shoot, under shoot, rise time and
damping ratio, damping coefficient, settling time and
peak time.
2.3
2.4
3.
INPUT OUTPUT RELATIONSHIP OF CONTROL SYSTEMS:
3.1
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
4.
Concept of laplace transform & reverse laplace of some
useful functions
3.2 Theorems regarding initial
and final values.
Derivation
of
transfer
functions
from
basic
relationship.
Transfer function of a system in cascade.
Transfer function of a system with feed back.
Block diagram representation of control system
&
simplification technique
COMPONENTS AND DEVICES USED IN CONTROL SYSTEMS:
Brief description,working of potentiometer, self balancing
potentiometers, Servo motors, Eddy current clutches, Relays
and contactors, Timing relays, Saturable core reactor and
its use as magnetic amplifier.
5.
THYRISTORS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS:
5.1
Name, symbol
and typical application of
Thyristor family.
5.2
SCR, TRIAC AND DIAC:
members
Basic structure, operation V-I chereacteristics
ratings, gate circutis, ratings Triggering process
ckts, Turn off methods and circuits.
5.3
of
and
and
UJT:
Operation, V-I cherecteristics, use in
relaxation
oscillator,
use
of relaxation
oscillations
for
triggering thyristors.
5.4
HALF WAVE FULL WAVE RECTIFIERS:
(Including Bridge) and poly phase rectifiers using
SCRS,
explanation of 3 phase
bridge
controlled
rectifier and its applications.
5.5
6.
Principle of operation of basic inverter circuits basic
series and parallel commutated inverter
circuits.
Operation of choppers and applications.
HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING AND WELDING:
Induction heating, dielectric heating, their application
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in
industry,
resistance
welding, electronic
resistance welding and heating processes.
7.
control
of
SOLID STATE MOTOR CONTROL:
7.1
Application of phase controlled rectifiers and A.C.
phase control circuit in illumination control and
temperature control.
7.2
D. C. motor speed control; phase
cycle control, chopper control.
7.3
A. C. motor speed control.
7.4
Regenerative Braking.
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control,
integral
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL LAB
1.
To plot
system.
the
time response of
a
first
order
2.
To plot time response of second order electrical system
find out transfer function of a LCR circuit.
3.
To draw the characteristic curves of S.C.R., Diac and Triac.
4.
To study a power rectifier using SCR and
output wave forms.
5.
To study a single phase inverter.
draw
electrical
input
and
and
Circuit using S.C.R. and draw input and output wave forms.
6.
To fabricate a S. C. R. chopper
determine duty cycle.
7.
To study the effect of variation in firing angle on a C.R.O.
and to plot the wave shapes.
8.
To study
synchros.
of
two
9.
To fabricate the traic Diac motor speed control circuit
draw input output (Speed) characteristics.
and
10.
To study construction details of the following components
(The components may be dessembled and construction details
drawn)- Servo motor, Self balancing potentiometer, Eddy
current clutch, Relay, Contactor limit switch.
the
data
transmission
circuit,
with
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the
test
help
it
and
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Instrumentation has brought a new revolution in
the field of medical science. An insite into human boduy
could become possible on account of introduction of various
bio instrumentation and cure of various impossible diceases
could become possible. An instrumemtation engineer is now a
days equally useful for industry as well as medical field.
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HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
8
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OVERVIEW OF MEDICAL ELECTRONICS
6
1
EQUIPMENT
3.
ELECTRODES
6
1
4.
MEDICAL TRANSDUCERS
6
1
5.
BIO-MEDICAL RECORDERS
8
2
6.
MEDICAL DISPLAY SYSTEMS
4
1
7.
PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEM
6
1
8.
ULTRASOUND INSTRUMENTATION
6
1
9.
DEFIBRILLATOR AND PACE MAKERS
6
1
10.
PHYSIOTHERAPY
8
2
11.
LOW VOLTAGE THERAPY INSTRUMENTS
6
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1.
2.
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY :
1.1
Elementary ideas of cell structure.
1.2
Heart and circulatory system.
1.3
Central Nervous system,
1.4
Muscle action,
1.5
Respiratory system,
1.6
Body temperature
OVERVIEW OF MEDICAL ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT :
Classification, Application of diagnostic, therauptic and
clinical laboratory instruments. With example in diagnosticBlood Pressure Measurement.
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3.
ELECTRODES :
Bio-electric signals
Bio-electrodes
Electrodes-tissue interface
Contact impedance
Effects of high contact impedance
Types of Electrodes :
a)
b)
c)
4.
Electrodes for ECG
Electrodes for EEG
Electrodes for EMG
MEDICAL TRANSDUCERS :
Pressure transducers
Types of pressure transducers Flow transducers
Temperature transducers
5.
a)
Thermocouples
b)
Thermistors
c)
Pulse sensors
BIO-MEDICAL RECORDERS :
Principle of Physiological pre amplifier and
amplifiers.
Generalised block diagram of a
recorder.
specialised
Bio-medical
ECG machine
Block diagram of ECG machine
ECG leads
EEG machine, EEG leads
EMG machine
6.
MEDICAL DISPLAY SYSTEMS :
Cardioscope
Cardioscope as sub system
Multi-channel display system.
7.
PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEM :
Concept, block diagram and working.
Microprocessor application in patient monitoring.
8.
ULTRASOUND INSTRUMENTATION :
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Basic principles of ultra-sonics
Doppler principle
Feotal Monitor
Pulse-echotechnique
Pulse-echoinstrument and imaging system, scanners.
9.
DEFIBREILLATOR AND PACE MAKERS :
Block diagram and principle of
10.
a)
DC defibrillator
b)
Synchronised defibrillator
c)
Pace makers.
PHYSIOTHERAPYS :
Short wave dia-thermy machine
Control of output power
Application techniques
11.
LOW VOLTAGE THERAPY INSTRUMENTS :
Diagnostic stimulators
Therapy stimulators
Constant current/constant voltage stimulators.
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SPECIALISED INSTRUMENTS : ELECTIVE - II
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The objective of this paper is to prepare students
to work as successful technician in the hi-tech and research
organisations.
A student having knowledge of
X-rays,
Ultrasonic,
Nuclear
instruments,
Vibration
&
Noise
measurement, Chromatography and Electrophoresis etc. will
prove useful for related field.
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2.
Ultra Sonic
8
2
3.
Nuclear instruments
8
2
4.
Chromatography
12
2
5.
Electrophoresis
12
2
6.
Spectrometry
12
2
7.
Gas Analyzer & Sampling
12
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1.
X-RAYS:
Generation, application, use of X-ray in non
testing with the help of following methods.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2.
Roentgenographic method.
X erograblic method.
Roentgenoscopic method (Fibroxcopic method).
Precautions and Protection from X-rays
ULTRA SONIC:
Generation, application
following method.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
3.
destructive
in
non
destructive
testing
by
Direct sounding or shadow methods.
Oscillation reflection method.
Ultra sonic pulse method.
Application of Ultrasonic for thickness measurement.
NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS:
Types of nuclear rediation, measurement of radio activity
ionisation chamber, proportional counter geiger
muller
counter and scientillation counter. application of
Gama
Rays in non destructive testing by radiomatic
methods.
Application of radio activity in density and thickness
measurements.
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4.
CHROMATOGRAPHY:
Gas liquid chromatorgraphy, Gas analysisconductivity and Flame ionisation detecter..
5.
7.
thermal
ELECTROPHORESIS:
The
principle
polarography.
6.
Using
of
working
of
electrophoresis
and
SPECTROPHOTOMETRY:
I-
Principle of filter photometer, direct reading type and
double beam spectrophoto meter for visible infrared and
ultraviolet
regions,
advantages of
double
beam
spectrophotometer.
II-
Principle
of
colorimetry, photometry
photometry and use of various types of
photometers and flame photometers.
and
flame
colorimeter
GAS ANALYSER AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUE:
Basic function of analyser, types of analysers- infrared and
Zirconium oxide based analyser, Working principle
and
construction of gas analyser, Precautions to be taken in
maintaining
accuracy, Need of sampling, technique
of
sampling.
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5.6
ADVANCE MICROPROCESSOR AND INTERFACE : ELECTIVE-III
(Common to Diploma Electronics Engg. Spl. in Micro-Processor)
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2.
Topic 2
15 3
3.
Topic 3
15 3
4.
Topic 4
15 3
5.
Topic 5
5 1
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
80286- A MIRCORPOCESSOR WITH MEMORY MANAGEMENT &
PROTECTION:
Sailent features of 80286, Internal architecture of 80286,
Signal
descriptions of 80286, Real
addressing
mode,
Protected virtual address mode, Privilege,
Protection,
Special operation, 80286 Bus interface, Basic Bus operation,
Fetch cycles of 80286, 80286 Minimum system configuration,
Interfacing memory and I/O devices with 80286, Priority of
bus use by 80286, Bus Hold and HLDA sequence, Interrupt
acknowledge sequence, Instruction set features.
2.
80386, 80486 - THE 32 BIT PROCESSOR :
Salient
feature
of 80386,
Architecture
and
description of 80386, Register organization of
Addressing modes, Coprocessor 80387.
3.
signal
80386,
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE PENTIUM MICROPROCESSOR :
Introduction, real mode and protected mode operation, The
software model of the Pentium, A functional description of
the Pentium, Pentium processor registers, Pentium data
organization, Pentium instruction types, Pentium addressing
mode, Interrupts, Pentium instruction, Assembly Language
Programming, Interrupt Processing.
4.
AN INTRODUCTION TO MICROCINTROLLER 8151 AND 80196 :
Intel's family of 8-bit microcontroller, Architecture of
8051, Signal description of 8051, Register set, Interrupts.
5.
PIPELINING AND CACHE :
Pipelind implementation, MIPS, MIPSR4300, ABC cache, Cache
performance, Reducing cache introduction, Reducing Hit Time,
Cache Miss Penalty
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LIST OF BOOKS
1.
A. K. Ray & K. M. Bhurchandi- Advanced
Peripherals- Tata Mcgraw Hill.
Microprocessor
2.
B. P. Singh - Advanced Microprocessor and
New Age International.
3.
Brey, Barry B - Intel Microprocessor
4.
D. V. Hall - Mecroprocess Interfacing
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Microcintrollers-
5.6
COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUMENTATION : ELECTIVE-IV
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12 3 2.
BUSES & Standards
12 3 3.
Interfacing Using C/VB
12 3 4.
I/O Interface Card
12 2 5.
Signal Conditioning
10 1 6.
Interfacing Technique
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1.
COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUMENTATION
Introduction to PC based instrument,
General Structure,
Advantage and disadvantages of computer control, Comparision
with other control system.Introduction to various instrument
packages like Labview, Genic, Daisy,lab, etc.
2.
BUSES AND STANDARDS :
Introduction, ISA bus, EISA bus, PCI bus, GPIB, RS232 (Brief
idea about each type of bus system).
3.
INTERFACING USING C/VB :
Introduction of C/VB interfacing language, Small routes for
interfacing, Graphic design through C/VB, File generation
for data storage, Data aquisition throgh C/VB, Real time
interfacing and display, Software compensation techniques.
4.
I/O INTERFACE CARD :
Introduction, description and installation
digital, I/O card and Opto I/O card, their
application areas.
of PCL
features
5.
SIGNAL CONDITIONING :
6.
OP-amp, Installation Amp., Mux and Demux, ADC and DAC.
INTERFACING TECHNIQUE :
225
and
Serial
interfacing,
Parallel
interfacing,
USB
port
interfacing and its programming, Instrumentation packages
line Lab View, Daisy Lab, Genie- Programming, configuring
sensors, measurement and analysis.
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VI SEMESTER
6.1
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION & DISASTER MANAGEMENT
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RATIONALE:
A diplima student must have the knowledge of different
types of pollution caused due to industrialisation and
construction activities, so as he may help in balancing of
eco-system and control pollution by providing controlling
measures. They should be also aware of the environmental laws
for effectively controlling the pollution of environment.
The topics are to be taught in light of legislation Para-3.
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Introduction
6
2.
Pollution
4
2.1 Water Pollution
8
2.2 Air Pollution
8
2.3 Noise Pollution
4
2.4 Radio Active Pollution
6
2.5 Solid Waste Management
6
3.
Legislations
4
4.
Environmental Impact Assessment
4
5.
Disaster Management
6
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TOTAL
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DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION :
-
Basics of ecology, Ecosystem, Biodiversity Human activities
and its effect on ecology and eco system,
different
development i.e. irrigration, urbanization, road development
and other engineering activities and their effects on
ecology and eco system, Mining and deforestation and their
effects.
-
Lowering of water level , Urbanization.
-
Biodegradation
remediation,
biofungicides.
-
Global warning concerns, Ozone layer depletion, Green
effect, Acid rain,etc.
2.
POLLUTION :
and
Biodegradibility,
composting,
Microbes
.Use
of
biopesticidies
bio
and
house
Sources of pollution, natural and man made, their effects on
living environments and related legislation.
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WATER POLLUTION :
-
Factors contributing water pollution and their effect.
-
Domestic waste water and industrial
metals, microbes and leaching metal.
-
Physical,
water.
-
Indian
-
Indian Standards for quality of treated waste water.
-
Treatment methods of effluent (domestic waste water and
industrial/ mining waste water), its reuse/safe disposal.
2.2
AIR POLLUTION :
water.
Heavy
Chemical and Biological Characteristics of
waste
Standards
waste
for qulity of drinking water.
Definition of Air pollution, types of air pollutants i.e.
SPM, NOX, SOX, GO, CO2, NH3, F, CL, causes and its effects
on the environment.
-
Monitoring and control of air pollutants, Control measures
techniques. Introductory Idea of control equipment
in
industries i.e.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Settling chambers
Cyclones
Scrubbers (Dry and Wet)
Multi Clones
Electro Static Precipitations
Bog Fillers.
-
Ambient
air
qulaity
measurement
and
their
standards.
-
Process and domestic emission control
-
Vehicular Pollution and Its control with special emphasis of
Euro-I, Euro-II, Euro-III and Euro IV.
2.3
NOISE POLLUTION :
Sources of noise pollution, its effect and control.
2.4
RADISACTIVE POLLUTION :
Sources and its effect on human, animal, plant and material,
means to control and preventive measures.
2.5
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT :
Municipal solid waste, Biomedical waste, Industrial
Hazardous waste, Plastic waste and its management.
3.
LEGISLATION :
Preliminary
thereunder-
-
and
knowledge of the following Acts and rules
made
The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act - 1974.
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The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act - 1981.
-
The Environmental Protection (Prevention and Control of
Pollution) Act -1986. Rules notified under EP Act - 1986
Viz.
#
The Manufacture, Storage and Import
Chemical (Amendment) Rules, 2000
#
The
Hazardous Wastes
Amendment Rules, 2003.
#
Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) (Amendment)
Rules, 2003.
#
The
Noise
Pollution
(Amendment) Rules, 2002.
#
Municipal Solid Wastes (Management and Handling) Rules,
2000.
#
The Recycled Plastics Manufacture and Usage (Amendment)
rules, 2003.
(Management
(Regulation
of
and
Hazardous
Handling
and
4.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) :
-
Basic concepts, objective and methodology of EIA.
-
Objectives and requirement of Environmental
System (ISO-14000) (An Introduction).
5.
DISASTER MANAGEMENT :
)
Control)
Management
Definition of disaster - Natural and Manmade, Type of
disaster management, How disaster forms, Destructive power,
Causes and Hazards, Case study of Tsunami Disaster, National
policyIts
objective and
main
features,
National
Environment Policy, Need for central intervention, State
Disaster Authority- Duties and powers, Case studies of
various Disaster in the country, Meaning and benifit of
vulnerability reduction, Factor promoting
vulnerability
reduction and mitigation, Emergency support function plan.
Main
feature and function of
National
Disaster
Management Frame Work, Disaster mitigation and prevention,
Legal Policy Frame Work, Early warning system,
Human
Resource Development and Function, Information dissemination
and communication.
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To keep output at predesired value some adjustment in
process parameters is required during the plant operation.
The control actions to be performed are mainly On-Off,
proportional, integral and derivative. These control actions
can be performed by pneumatic, electric,
electronics,
hydraulic or mechanical controllers. The controlled variable
is finally fed to the final control elements. The students
if familiar with different type of controllers, their
installation and maintenance will be more suitable to the
process industries.
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2.
Automatic Control Actions
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3.
Pneumatic & Hydraulic Controllers
8
1
4.
Electronic Controllers
10
2
5.
Direct Digital Control System
10
2
6.
Programmable Logic Controller
10
2
7.
Distributed Control System
10
1
8.
Final Control Elements
10
1
9.
Preventaive Maintenance
6
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10.
Virtual Instrumentation
2
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1.
INTRODUCTION:
Basic
of
Process
control,
Process
and
process
charcteristics,
(Static
and Dynamic)
resistance
and
capacitance of a process, analog with electrical system,
process time delay, dead time process delay in single
capacitor and two capacitor process, response of general
control process in following diagram of a general closed
loop process control system.
2.
AUTOMATIC CONTROL ACTIONS:
Types of control actions, control action, two position
control (one/off action) Proportional, proportional plus
derivative action, proportional plus integral, proportional
plus integral plus derivative action, Control Scheme- Feed
Forward.
3.
PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULIC CONTROLLER:
Flapper-Nozzle system as control element, characteristic of
flapper-nozzle system, Effect of non linearity of various
gain, direct active and reverse acting relay as amplifier in
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pneumatic system. On/Off, P, PI, PD and PID pneumatic
controller,
Hydraulic fluids, Jet
nozzle as
control
component
comparision between hydraulic and
pneumatic
control system. Hydraulic controller (On/Off, P, PI, PD and
PID type).
4.
ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS:
Opamp as building block of Elex controller, On/Off, P, PI,
PD, PID, Elex. Controller. Types of controllers cascade &
Ratio controller
5.
DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEM :
Introduction, DDC structure, DDC software basics,
and disadvantage of DDC.
6.
Advantage
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER (PLC) :
Introduction,
Principle of operation, Architecture
of
programmable
controller, Programming
the
programmable
controller, Application of programmable controller. Types of
PLC programming, Ladder & Bolean logic
7.
DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM (DCS) :
Real time computer control system - A concept, Functional
requirements of distributed process control system, System
architecture, Distributed control system, Configuration,
Some popular DCS. DCS configuration and working, Types and
Characteristics of control valves, Seat leakage class of
Control valve, Installation and maintenance of control valves.
8.
FINAL CONTROL ELEMENT :
Introduction,
Pneumatic actuator,
Hydraulic
actuator,
Electric actuators, Motor actuators, Control volves, Use of
final control elements. Types of control valves, Globe,
Butterfly and Ball valves, Solenoid valves. Uses of final
control element. Valve positioner principles and advantages
I/P converter, Alarm annunciator
9.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE:
Objectives of preventive maintenance, elements of preventive
maintenance,Procedure of
preventive maintenance, simple
example of preventive programmes and maintenance schedules.
10.
VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION :
Concept of data flow techniques, basics of data
and use of analysis tools.
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acquisition
PROCESS CONTROL LAB:
LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
1.
To draw characteristic of
A.
Quick opening control valve
B.
Equal percentage control valve
C.
Linear control valve
2.
To draw the characteristic of valve
A.
Without positioner
B.
with valve positioner and compare it
3.
To study the working of D/P transmitter and plot
characteristic at different range of I/P span.
4.
To study the working of ON/OFF level controller and draw I/O
characteristics.
5.
To study the PLC ladder logic and do various experiment
given PLC.
6.
To fabricate an allication circuit using PLC and Various
sensors and write a program to operate it in various way.
7.
To study PC/PLC based multiprocess
training module.
8.
To study a distributed control system pannel and do
experiment task on it.
9.
To design a simple control diagram on SCADA software
link it to a given PLC and do various experiment on it.
10.
Design a control loop of a typical process using LABVIEW and
do
various task using using
virtual
instrumentation
software.
11.
To fabricate and install a process instrumentation system.
control
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the
system
I/o
of
using
various
and
6.3 MICROPROCESSORS AND APPLICATIONS
(Common with Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering)
L
6
T
2
P
8
TOPIC WISE DISTRIBUTION OF PERIODS
__________________________________________________________________
Sl.No.
Units
Coverage Time
______________________________________________________L___T___P___
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Over View of Microcomputer System
7
2
Introduction To 8085 Microprocessor
18
6
Architecture of 8086 Microprocessor
18
6
Assembly Language Programming
18
6
Basic I/O Interfacing
18
6
Memory Interfacing
18
6
Advance Microprocessor & Micro
18
5
Controllers
___________________________________________________________________
84 28
112
___________________________________________________________________
DETAILED CONTENTS
1.
1.1
1.2
OVERVIEW OF MICROCOMPUTERS SYSTEM:
Functional block.
(a)
CPU.
(b)
Memory.
(c)
Input/Out devices (Key board, Floppy drive,
drive, Tape drive, VDU, Printer, Plotter).
Harddisk
Concept of programme and data memory.
(a)
Registors (general purpose).
(b)
external memory for storing data and results.
1.3
Data transfer between registers.
1.4
Concept of tristate bus.
1.5
Control on registers.
2.
INTRODUCTION OF 8085 MICROPROCESSOR:
Evolution of Microprocessor, Register Structure, ALU, BUS
Organization, Timing and Control. Internal Architecture of
8085 microprocessor, Pin diagram and input output (in
detail)
3.
INTRODUCTION OF 8086 MICROPROCESSOR:
Internal
organization
of 8086, Bus
Interface
Unit,
Execuation Unit, Unit, register, Organization, Sequential
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Memory Organization, Bus Cycle.
4.
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING :
Addressing Modes, Data Transfer, Instructions, Arithmetic
and Logic Instruction, Program Control Instructions (Jumps,
Conditional
Jumps, Subroutine Call) Loop
and
String
Instructions, Assembler Directives.
5.
BASIC I/O INTERFACING :
Programmed I/O, Interrupt Driven I/O, DMA, Parallel I/O
(8255-PPI, Centronics Parallel Port), Serial I/O (8251/8250,
RS-232 Standard), 8259-Programmable Interrupt Controller,
8237-DMA Controller, 8253/8254-Programmable Timer/Counter,
A/D and D/A conversion.
6.
MEMORY INTERFACING :
Types of Memory, RAM and ROM Interfacing with Timing
Considerations,
DRAM Interfacing. Memory
organization,
Extension of memory in word length and depth, Memory
mapping, Bus contencion and How to avoid it.
7.
ADVANCE MICROPROCESSOR AND MICRO CONTROLLERS :
Brief idea of Microcontroller 8051, Pentium and Power PC
NOTE :
Study
of
Popular
ICs
Read/Write
Chips-8155/8156,
2114,2148,2164.
ROM Chips8355,2716,2732,8755.
Other
support chips - 8279,8257,8275,8205.
LIST OF BOOKS
1.
Singh, B. P. - Advanced Microprocessor and MicrocontrollersNew Age International.
2.
Singh, B. P. - Microprcessor Interfacing and Application
New Age International.
3.
Brey, Barry B. - INTEL
(India)-4th Edition.
4.
Liu and Gibson G.A. - Microcomputer System - The
Faimly-Prentice Hall (India) 2nd Edition.
5.
Sombir Singh - Microprocessor and Its
Prakesh Publication, Meerut
Microprocessor
-
Prentic
Hall
8086/8088
Application
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-
Jai
MICROPROCESSORS AND APPLICATIONS LAB
List Of Practicals
1.
Assembly language programming :- Programming of simple
problems. Assembly Language Programming using addition,
substraction, multipication, division, larger,
largest,
smaller, smallest, postive and negative, etc. 8 bit and 16
bit based programming
2.
Simple programming problems using 8085 and 8086 microprocessor.
Trainer kit to gain competence in the use of
(a)
8085 and 8086 Instruction set.
(b)
Support chips of 8085 and 8086.
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6.4 PROJECT
SUGGESTED LIST OF PROJECT
1.
Study of a large plant ( Power Station, Cement,
etc.) and it control :
Fertilizer
To prepare process flow and piping and instrumentation diagram
of a section. Identify their instruments, systems and
control parameters, ranges and specifications and makes of
each items.
2.
Design and rigging up of a simple control loop e.g.
-
Temperature control in an oven.
Maintaining constant temperature in hot water tank.
Level control in a water tank.
Flow control in a pipe line.
Control of pressure in a pressurized vessel.
Maintaining a constant PH of a solution by injection
( acid or alkali ).
3.
Design and making a simple on/off controller for temperature
using ICs, capacitors, resistors on a printed circuit board.
4.
Design and alarm annunciation scheme for motor control
(trip, supply, failure, overheating) and realizing the same
in a control panel using relays, push buttons and lamps.
5.
Design and make a regulated DC. power supply.
6.
To dismantle and lap a control valve. Assemble and test
hydraulically.
7.
Design and fabricate a simple measuring instrument.
8.
Design and fabricate a signal transmitter.
9.
Design and fabricate a signal convertor.
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SIX SEMESTER DIPLOMA IN INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING
STAFF STRUCTURE
Intake of the Course
Pattern of the Course
60
Semester Pattern
---------------------------------------------------------------Sl. No.
Name of Post
No.
---------------------------------------------------------------1.
Principal
1
2.
H.O.D.
1
3.
Lecturer Electronics
2
4.
Lecturer in Instrumentation &
Control
2
5.
Lecturer in Maths
6.
Lecturer in Chemistry
7.
Lecturer in Physics
8.
Lecturer in Comm. Tech.
9.
Lecturer in Elect. Engg.
10.
Computer Programmer
1-|
1 |Parttime or
| common
1 | with other
| discipline
1 | if the
| intake is
1 | more than 180
-1
11.
Steno Typist
1
12.
Accountant / Cashier
1
13.
Student / Library Clerk
1
14.
Store Keeper
1
15.
Class IV
6
16.
Sweeper
Part time as
per requirement
17.
Chaukidar & Mali
as
per
justification
Note :
1.
Services of other discipline staff of the Institute may
utilized if possible
2.
3.
Qualifications of Staff : as per service rule
The post of "Computer Programmer" in not needed in the
institutions where diploma in "Electronics Engineering" is
running.
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be
SPACE REQUIREMENT
[A]
ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK
Sl. No.
Details of Space
1.
Principal's Room
Floor Area
Sq. metres
30
2.
Confidential Room
10
3.
Steno's
4.(a)
Office including Drawing
Office
Record Room
Staff Room
80
20
(a) Head
15
(b)
5.
Room
6
1
(b) Lecturer 10 sq.m./ Lect.
for 8 Lecturers
80
6.
Library and Reading room
150
7.
Store
100
8.
Students Common room
80
9.
Model Room
90
[B] ACADEMIC BLOCK
Sl.No.
Detail of Space
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Class Room
60
Drawing Hall
90
Physics Lab
Electronics Lab/Shop
Electrical Engg. Lab/Shop
Digital & Microprocessor Lab
Process Control Lab.
Process Instrumentation Lab
Transducers & Analysers Lab
Computer Lab (Air Cond.Glass Partition
and Special type pvc flooring and
false ceiling )
[C]
I
II
III
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
@
Sq.m
Floor Area
Sq.m.
120
90
75
120
120
120
75
75
75
60
WORKSHOP
Workshop Supdt. Room
12
Store
20
Shops
Wood & Laminate Shop
Fitting Shop
Painting Shop
Sheet Metal ,Soldering & Brazing shop
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50
50
50
50
[D] STUDENT's AMENITIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Hostel
Cycle Stand
Canteen and Tuck shop
N.C.C. Room
Dispensary
Guest Room(Attached Bath)
incuding kitchen & store
40
50
50
70
40
45
%
%
of Strength of Students
of Strength of Students
[E] STAFF RESIDENCES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Principal
Head od Department
Lecturer
Non teaching & Supporting
staff
Class IV
1
1
4
8
100
100
80
60
100
100
320
480
6
30
180
Priority to be given in following order
(1)
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Administrative Building
Labs
Workshop
Over head Tank
Boundary Wall
Principal Residence
Forth Class Quarters (2/3)
(2)
a. Hostel
b. Students Amenities
(3)
Residences of employees
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LIST OF EQUIPMENTS
Only those of the equipments given below which are essentially
required for the conduction of practicals mentioned in the curriculum are
to be procured by the institutions.
"Machine/Equipments/Instruments of old BTE list which are not included
below are to be retained in the Lab/Shop for Demonstration purpose but not
to be demanded fresh for purchase."
NOTE : Equipment for different shop and lab of latest verson
should be purchased.
I.
APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
----------------------------------------------------------------S.No.Name of Equipment
No.
@ Rs. Amt.in Rs.
Aprox.
Aprox.
----------------------------------------------------------------1.
Brass ball with hook dia
2
50
100
1.8 Cm to 2 Cm diameter
2.
Stop watch least count
4
750
3000
Least Count 0.1 Sec.(non-megnetic)
0.01 sec to 0.001 sec
(Electronic Desirable)
3.
Wall bracket with clamping
2
50
100
arrangement
8" to 10" length
4.
Meter scale
5
40
200
Least count 0.1cm,wooden 1meter
5.
Meter scale
5
40
200
Least count 0.1cm,wooden 50 Cm
6.
Searl's conductivity apparatus
with copper & steel rods 25 cm
length 4 cm.diameter with all
2 set
1500
3000
accessaries
7.
Constant Level Water Flow
2
250
500
Container of one liter capacity
vertical stand & rubber tubing
8.
Thermometer
4
100
400
0-110oC(Least count 0.1oC
desirable)
9.
Potentiometer - 10 wires
(1 meter length of each
4
750
3000
wire) with jockey,
sunmoical top
10. Moving coil galvenometer
5
300
1500
30-0-30 with moving mounting
11. Rheostat 50 ohm.,100 Ohm.,150 Ohm.16
300
4800
capacity
12. Lead Accumulator 2V,6V (1 No.Each) 2
250
500
13. Meterbridge
2
300
600
1 meter length, sunmica top
copper strips fitted with scale
14. Resistance Coil (Standard)
10
50
500
1 ohm. to 10 ohm.
15. Moving coil ammeter 0-1 amp.,
0-2 amp., 0-5 amp. with mounting 8
250
2000
16. Moving coil voltmeter 0-1 V.,0-2V
0-5 V., 0-10 V. with mounting
8
250
2000
17. Denial cell
2
250
500
with complete accessories
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----------------------------------------------------------------S.No.Name of Equipment
No.
@ Rs. Amt.in Rs.
Aprox.
Aprox.
----------------------------------------------------------------18. Leclaunche Cell
2
250
500
with complete accessories
19. Standard Cadmium Cell
2
250
500
with complete accessories
20. Battery Charger
1set
1800
1800
with complete accessories
21. Battery Eliminator Multi range
2set
750
1500
22. Multimeter(Digital)
1set
800
800
23. Carey Foster Bridge
2set
4500
9000
(With all accessories)
24. Resistance Box (2 No. Each)
4
850
3400
0-1 Ohm, 0-100 Ohm.
25. Fractional Resistance Box
2
1200
2400
0-1 Ohm.
26. Post office box Key type
2
1200
2400
27. Post office box Dial type
2
1200
2400
28. Resistance Wire(100 Gm.)
1 lacchi 100
100
(Constanton/Maganin)
29. Connecting Wire Copper(1/2 Kg.)
1 lacchi 700
700
(Cotton Insulated)
30. Screw gauge L.c 1/100 mm
5set
150
750
31. Vernier Callipers L.c. 1/10 mm
5set
100
500
32. Appratus for determining characterstics of P-N junction diode complete
with all accessaries
2 set
1500
3000
33. Resonance Column of steel
2
1600
3200
One Meter length and 3-4 Cm
diameter fitted with scale
& water level arrangement
34. App. for determining coefficient
of friction on a horrizontal plane 2 set
700
1400
(Complete with all accessories)
35. Tuning Fork's Sets
3set
350
1050
Set of different frequency
(with rubber pad)
36. Physical balance with weight box
2
800
1600
Complete with Fractional weight
37. Anemometer with counter cup type
1
1000
1000
38. Spring Force Constant Apparatus
2
1200
2400
with graduated mirror & pointer,
weight set with hanger
39. Viscosity Apparatus
(Stock
2set
1600
3200
law) with steel balls and
viscous liquid & timer
40. Thermometer of different range
10set
100
1000
Mercury thermometer 0-50oC to
0-110oC
41. Wall Thermometer
2set
20
40
Alcohal Filled 0-50oC
42. Sprit Level Technical Type
1set
60
60
43. Drilling Machine
1set
800
800
Electric with different size
bits
44. LPG Gas Burner with Cylinder
1set
800
800
45. Tool Kit with different tools
1set
800
800
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46.
Complete
Lab stools
30
----------------------------------------------------------------S.No.Name of Equipment
No.
@ Rs. Amt.in Rs.
Aprox.
Aprox.
----------------------------------------------------------------47. Lab tables
8
48. Plug Keys One Way
5
50
250
49. Plug Keys Two Way
5
100
500
50
Helical Springs - Soft, 10 cm
6
100
600
each
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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER (Common to all Trades)
COMPUTER CENTRE
S.No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1.
Core-2 Quad Processor, 4GB RAM
02 Server
1 GB SATA HDD, 19" TFT Monitor/
Server of Latest Specification
OS-Windows 2007/2008/Latest Version
2.
General Desktop Computer-Intel i5 60 node
or Higher(with latest Specification
Pre loaded latest Anti Virus
with Life time Subscription,
Licence Media and Manual with
UPS 660 VA with latest window OS
Including licence
OR
APPROX. COST
(in Rs.)
1,20,000=00
36,00,000=00
Computer of latest Specification
With latest window os including licence
3.
Software :((Latest Version)
i.
ii
4.
MS OFFICE 2010/Latest Version
COMPILER 'C', C++, JAVA-7
Hardware
i. Switch-32 Port
ii. Router
iii. Hub
iv. Ext. Modem
v. Wireless N/W Adaptor
vi. Series Access Point
vii.LAN Cable Meter
viii. LAN Cable Analyzer
ix. Crimping Tool
and all other accessories related to
Networking
LS
LS
LS
LS
4,50,000.00 LS
02
02
04(8 Port)
02
02
02
05
05
15
5.
Scanner- Flat Bed A4/Auto Lighter
(Bit depth 48)
02
20,000
6.
132 Column 600 CPS or faster
9 Pin dot matrix printer with
500 million character head life
02
50,000
7.
Laser Jet-A4 All In one 20 page
per min (2 Each)
04
50,000
8.
Desk Jet-A4 Photo Smart (2 Each)
04
40,000
9.
5 KVA on line UPS with minimum
30 minute battery backup along
with sealed maintenance free
batteries. Provision for connecting
04
8,00000
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external batteries with network
connectivity.(For 2 Labs)
10.
Split
Air Conditioner 1.5
tones
capacity with ISI mark along with
electronic voltage stabilizer with
over voltage and time delay circuit
08 35,0000
11.
Room preparation and furniture
LS
12.
19" rack, 24-port switch. connector RJ-45
Cat-6 cabling for network
LS
13.
2 KVA Inverter Cum UPS
02
6,0000
14.
Fire Extinguisher (2 Kg.)
04
15000
15.
Fire Extinguisher (5 Kg.)
04
25000
16.
Vacuum Cleaner
02
25000
17.
LCD Projector 3000 Lumen with all
Accessories
18.
Pen Drive 16 GB
10
10000
19.
DVD Writer External
02
10000
20.
HDD External 500 GB
02
15000
21.
PAD (Latest Configuration)
02
15000
22.
Broadband For Internet(Speed Min. 8mbps)
04
LS
23.
USB Modem
02
8000
24.
Generator 15 KVA Water Coolant
01
450000
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02
10,0000
350000
ELECTRONIC WORKSHOP
PART (A)- ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP
--------------------------------------------------------------S.No.|Name of Equipment| Equipment |Rate per |
Total cost |
|/Board/Kit etc. | required |Piece
|
|
|
|-----------| @ Rs.
|---------------|
|
|
Intake |
|
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 |
| 60
75
|
--------------------------------------------------------------|
1.| Coil winding Ma-| 4
5 |
5000 |20000
50000 |
| chine.
|
|
|
|
2.| Bench Drilling | 2
3 |
5000 |10000
15000 |
| Machine.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3.| Bench Lathe.
| 2
3 |
10000 |20000
30000 |
|
|
|
|
|
4.| Portable Drill- | 6
7 |
1500 | 9000
10500 |
| ing Machine.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5.| Multimeter
| 6
7 |
1000 | 6000
7000 |
| (indicating typ |
|
|
|
| and assorted)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6.| Megger (1000 V) | 1
1 |
-| 7000
7000 |
| and Growler
|each
each|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7.| Bearing Pullers |LS
LS |
-| 4000
6000 |
| Pulley Pullers, |
|
|
|
| wire gauges and |
|
|
|
| blow lamps
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8.| Ceiling fans of |LS
LS |
-|10000
15000 |
| different types |
|
|
|
| (one with solid |
|
|
|
| state speed con-|
|
|
|
| trol)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9.| Electric appli- |LS
LS |
-|20000
25000 |
| ances (Iron, Hot|
|
|
|
| Plate to Aster, |
|
|
|
| immersion heater|
|
|
|
| and room heater |
|
|
|
| air heater, wat-|
|
|
|
| er cooler
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
10.| Old burnt out
|LS
LS |
-|15000
20000 |
| ceiling fan mot-|
|
|
|
| er, grinder mot-|
|
|
|
| ers, D C moter |
|
|
|
| armatures, and |
|
|
|
| three phase ind-|
|
|
|
| uction moters
|
|
|
|
| for winding
|
|
|
|
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--------------------------------------------------------------S.No.|Name of Equipment| Equipment |Rate per |
Total cost |
|/Board/Kit etc. | required |Piece
|
|
|
|-----------| @ Rs.
|---------------|
|
|
Intake |
|
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 |
| 60
75
|
--------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
|
|
|
11.| Starter (3 Point|LS
LS |
-|15500
20500 |
| 40 Point D.O.L. |
|
|
|
| star/delta, auto|
|
|
|
| transformer and |
|
|
|
| automatic star/ |
|
|
|
| delta) for fault|
|
|
|
| creation and
|
|
|
|
| rectification
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
12.| Single Phase
| 2
3 |
2500 | 5000
7500 |
| Variac (15 A)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
13.| Dynamic demonst-| LS
LS |
-|15000
25000 |
| ration model of |
|
|
|
| automobile ele- |
|
|
|
| ctrical wiring |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
14.| Spare starting |LS
LS |
-| 8000
12000 |
| motor dynamo
|
|
|
|
| cut out, wiper |
|
|
|
| moter, ignition |
|
|
|
| coil & horn for |
|
|
|
| car moters
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
15.| Different types | 2
2 |
-| 8000
8000 |
| of lamps with
|set
set |
|
|
| their fittings |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
16.| HV support fitt-|LS
LS |
-| 3000
4500 |
| ing & insulators|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
17.| HV cable secti- |LS
LS |
-| 5000
8000 |
| ons and jointing|
|
|
|
| materials
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
18.| Damonstrations |LS
LS |
-| 5000
8000 |
| boards on fuses,|
|
|
|
| switches, condu-|
|
|
|
| ctors and elect-|
|
|
|
| rical engg. mat-|
|
|
|
| erials(one each)|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
19.| Electric Blower | 2
3 |
3500
| 7000
10500 |
|
|
|
|
|
20.| Low Voltage
|LS
LS |
-| 8000
10000 |
| circuit breakers|
|
|
|
| & conductors
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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--------------------------------------------------------------S.No.|Name of Equipment| Equipment |Rate per |
Total cost |
|/Board/Kit etc. | required |Piece
|
|
|
|-----------| @ Rs.
|---------------|
|
|
Intake |
|
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 |
| 60
75
|
--------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
|
|
|
21.| Wiring boards
|LS
LS |
-|10000
15000 |
| (Wodden)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
22.| Miscellaneous
|LS
LS |
-|20000
25000 |
| tools (for ser- |
|
|
|
| vicing & cable |
|
|
|
| jointing, sold- |
|
|
|
| ering irons,neon|
|
|
|
| testers etc.)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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ELEMENTARY WORKSHOP PRACTICE
MECHANICAL WORKSHOP
(A)
Fitting Shop
---------------------------------------------------------------S.No.
| Name Of the Equipment/ | Equipment | Approximate
|
| Board/Kits etc.
| Rrequired | Cost.
|
---------------------------------------------------------------1.
| Work Benches with Vices|
30
|
150000
|
| (4 vices on a bench)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2.
| Marking Tables with
|
12
|
60000
|
| Scribers (40cm x 60cm) |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3.
| Surface plates
|
10
|
30000
|
| (450cm x 60cm:CIII)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4.
| Bench Grinder
|
2
|
20000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5.
| Bench Drilling Machines|
4
|
50000
|
| (12 mm capacity with
|
|
|
| tapping attachment)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6.
| Power Hacksaw
|
2
|
40000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7.
| Tool Kits, Chisels,
|
70 Sets |
40000
|
| Hammers, Files, Hacksaw|
|
|
| etc.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8.
| Taps, Dies & fitters
|
10
|
20000
|
| tool kits
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9.
| Accessories like cali- |
LS
|
50000
|
| pers, V-Block height
|
|
|
| gauges, steel rules,
|
|
|
| scribers etc.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
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(B)
Sheet Metal Shop
---------------------------------------------------------------S.No.
| Name Of the Equipment/ | Equipment | Approximate
|
| Board/Kits etc.
| Rrequired | Cost.
|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
|
1.
| Metal Sheer
|
4
|
3000
|
| (Lever type)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2.
| Sheet Bending Machine |
1
|
2500
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3.
| Drilling Machine
|
1
|
4000
|
| (Pillar type 12 mm
|
|
|
| capacity)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4.
| Doall Machine
|
1
|
8000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5.
| Pipe Bending Devices
|
1
|
2000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6.
| Mechanical, Power Oper-|
1
|
15000
|
| ated press (5 ton
|
|
|
| capacity)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7.
| Fly Press
|
1
|
1000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8.
| Pipe threading devices |
1
|
2000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9.
| Guillatine Shear
|
1
|
5000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
10.
| Seaming & Swaging
|
LS
|
5000
|
| equipemnt
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
11.
| Tools & Accessories
|
LS
|
5000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
12.
| Miscellaneous
|
LS
|
2000
|
|
|
|
|
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(C)
Painting Shop
---------------------------------------------------------------S.No.
| Name Of the Equipment/ | Equipment | Approximate
|
| Board/Kits etc.
| Rrequired | Cost.
|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
|
1.
| Scrapers
|
30
|
1000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2.
| Brushes
|
30
|
2000
|
| (Including wire type) |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3.
| Spary Painting Plant
|
1 SET
|
6000
|
| (Including air compre- |
|
|
| ssor)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4.
| Other Equipment
|
LS
|
4500
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5.
| Miscellaenous
|
LS
|
2000
|
|
|
|
|
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(D) Wood & Laminate Shop
---------------------------------------------------------------S.No.
| Name Of the Equipment/ | Equipment | Approximate
|
| Board/Kits etc.
| Rrequired | Cost.
|
---------------------------------------------------------------|
|
|
|
1.
| Work benches fitted
|
30
|
70000
|
| with carpenter vices
|
|
|
| (1 m x 2 m)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2.
| Wood turning lathe
|
8
|
100000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3.
| Wood planer
|
2
|
60000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4.
| Circular saw grinder
|
2
|
15000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5.
| Wood cutting band saw |
2
|
30000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6.
| Band saw blade brazing |
2
|
20000
|
| unit
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7.
| Bench grinder
|
2
|
10000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8.
| Tool, Accessories, mea-|
70 SETS |
70000
|
| suring & marking instr-|
|
|
| uments, pattern makers |
|
|
| scales
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9.
| Drilling Machine
|
2
|
16000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
10.
| Other equipment
|
LS
|
30000
|
|
|
|
|
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB
(i) Electrical Engineering-I (First Year)
(ii) Electrical Engineering-II (Second Year)
________________________________________________________________
Sl. No.
Equipment
Qty. Price
________________________________________________________________
1.
Ammeter -dynamometer type
portable, moving coil, permanent
magnet 150 mm uniform scale
a. Range 0 - 2.5 - 5 Amp.
b. Range 0 - 50 m A
c. Range 0 - 500 mA
Ammeter - moving iron type
Portable moving iron permanent
magnet, 150 mm uniform scale
a. Range 0 - 5 Amp.
b. Range 0 - 10/20 Amp.
c. Range 0 - 500 mA/1000 mA
4
2
4
4000
1500
6000
4
4
4
5000
5000
5000
4
2
2
2
3000
2500
2500
2500
2.
3.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Voltmeter dynamometer type
portable moving coil permanent
magnet 150 mm uniform scale
Range 0 - 5/10 V
Range 0 - 15/30 V
Range 0 - 50 mv/100 mv
Range 0 - 125/500 V
Range 250/500 V
4.
Digital multimeter
3.5/4.5 digit - display
D.C. voltage 0 - 1000 V in 5 steps
A.C. voltage 0 - 750 V in 5 steps
Resistance 0 - 20 M ohm in 6 steps
D.C. 0 - 10 A in 6 steps
A.C. 0 - 10 A in 6 steps
Power supply 9 V.
2
7000
5.
Analog multimeter (Portable)
2
D.C. Voltage 0 0 1000 V
AC Voltage 0 2/5/10/25/100/250/1100 V.
Resistance 0 200 M ohm
DC 0 - 50 micro Amp./1 mA/10 mA/100mA/1A/10A
AC 0 - 100 mA/1A/25 A/10A
3000
6.
Wattmeter single phase (LPF= 0.2)
portable dynamometer type, scale 150 mm
current range 0 - 5/10 Amps
voltage Range 0 - 250/500 V
4
15000
7.
Decade resistance box
constantan coils, single dial
10x10, 10x100, 10x1000, 10x10,000 ohms
2
2500
8.
Continuously variable 0 - 1000 micro
farad, 250 V
2
4000
9.
Energymeter single phase
2
6000
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induction type, industrial
grade 5 A or 10 A, 250 V, 50 Hz.
10.
Energymeter(Substandard)
single phase, induction type
5 A/10A, 250 V, 50 Hz.
2
10000
11.
Power factor meter
dynamometer type, eddy current
damping, 50 Hz, scale length 150 mm
range upto 20 amp, voltage range
300 V 10 F. range 0.5 log, unity 0.5 load.
1
15000
12.
Frequency meter (Reed type)
230 V, range for having 21 reeds
for 40-60 Hz range.
2
2000
13.
Rheostat
sliding rheostats wound with
evenly oxidised iron free nickel
copper on vitreous enamelled round
steel tube 150 ohms 2 Amps.
110 ohms 2.5 Amps.
2
2
1500
1500
14.
Variable inductor
single phase, 250 V, 2.5 KVAr
continuously variable
2
6000
15.
Battery charger
12 V silicon bridge rectifier
AC input 230 V, DC output
suitable for charging 6 V And
12 V batteries provided with
MC voltmeter 0 - 20 V and
ammeter 0 - 5 A
2
5000
16.
Capacitors
2.5 microfarod, electrolytic type
8
2000
Q Meter
frequency 0 - 30 MHz
Q 0 to 500
2
15000
17.
18.
LCR meter (digital)
3.5 digit display
capacitance 0 to 20,000 microfarad
inductance 0 to 200 Henry
resistance 0 to 20 M ohms
2
20000
19.
LCR/Q bridge
capable of measuring resistance,
inductance and capacitance of
range 8 amps, 0.012 to 10 M ohms,
4 to 10,000 H, 0.5 pico farad to 10 F.
2
20000
20.
Kelvin double bridge
10 x 0.1 ohms circular slide wire
devided into 200 equal parts
2
15000
21.
Energy meter 3 phase
2
15000
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induction type, 4 wire, industrial
grade, 50 Hz, 10 A, 440 Volt
22.
Energy meter (Sub standard)
3 phase, 4 wire, 440 V, 10A, 50 Hz
induction type.
2
15000
23.
Transformer single phase
core type, 230/110 V, 1 KVA, 50 Hz.
2
12000
24.
Universal shunt
0 - 75 A
2
5000
25.
Current transformer
10/25/50/5A as per IS 4201/1967
and 2705/1981
2
6000
26.
Potential transformer
10 VA, 415/110 V as per IS
4201/1967 and 2705/1981
2
6000
27.
Strain guage
2
3000
28.
Maxwells bridge
2
4000
29.
Laboratory D.C. power supply (220 V)
static converter input from 3 phase
50 Hz, 415 volts A.C., output rating
of 200 vatts to 260 watts, 50 amps,
continuously varibale.
2
150,000
30.
Diesel generator set
3 phase, 415 volts, 15 kva,
50 Hz, diesel generator set,
with suitable control pannel,
for a stabilized supply including
metering for voltage, current
frequency, fuel level
storage fuel tank of 200 litre
capacity 12/24 volt battery for
starting the engine, battery
charger mounted on trolley wheels.
1
375000
31.
D.C. motor generator set
two identical 220 V, 1 KW
1500 rpm. compound d.c.
machines with all terminals
of armature, series field,
shunt field separately
mounted for independent
connections. D.C. motor
starter, field control rheostat
suitable for above machines.
brushes, commutator should he
vissible for study purposes.
D.C. shunt motor
220 V, 3 KW, 1500 rpm dc shunt
motor with 3 point starter
and ponybrake loading
arrangement with loading
drum, spring balance with belt.
2
50000
2
30,000
32.
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33.
3 Phase variable inductive loading
unit rating 400 V, 50 Hz, 0-10 Amps.
2
25000
34.
3 Phase variable capacitive loading
unit: rating 400V, 50 Hz, 0-10 Amps.
2
18000
35.
3 Phase squirrel cage induction
motor rating 415 V, 50 Hz, 1440 rpm
3 KW with star/Delta starter
2
50000
36.
Starters for squirrel cage induction
motor suitable for 3KW, 415V, 50 HZ, 1440 rpm
a. Star/delta automatic
2
b. Star/delta manual
2
1500
1000
Starter for squirrel cage induction
motor 3KW, 415 V, 50 Hz, 1440 rpm
direct on line
2
10000
20000
37.
38.
Static speed control unit
for 3 phase induction motor
3 KW, 425, 0-1500 rpm.
2
39.
3 Phase synchronous motor
(induction start)
rating 3 KW, 3 phase, 1500 rpm, 50 Hz
415 v A.C. supply with d.c. exciter
mounted on the shaft of motor
with suitable starter.
2
40.
Capacitor start single phase
induction motor 230 V, 50 Hz
1440 rpm, 500 watts.
2
8000
41.
Watt meter 3 phase induction
type 2 element
voltage range 0/300/600 V
current range 0/5/10 A
2
10000
42.
Frequency meter - portable
(Reed type) 45-55 Hz
with 21 reeds
Frequency meter digital portable
3.5 digit LED display range 20-99 Hz
Phase sequence indicator (Rotary)
3 phase, 415 V, 50 Hz
2
8000
2
4000
44.
Phase sequence indicator (Indicating type)
3 phase, 400 V, 50 Hz
2
5000
45.
Galvanometer centre zero
response time 1.8 sec.
2
4000
46.
VAR meter
1/5 A, 300/600 V
2
6000
47.
Synchroscope - portable
230 V, 50 Hz
2
10000
48.
Loading rheostat single phase
2
10000
43.
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50000
a.
b.
240 V, 2.5 KW, trolly type
resistance type
240 V, 6 KW insteps of 0.25
2
10000
49.
Lamp load 3 phase
415 V, 6 KW
2
7000
50.
Water load 3 phase
415 V, 5 KW
2
7000
51.
Capacitor bank
415 V, 0-10 A, 50 Hz trolley mounted
2
10000
52.
Wire wound rheostats
15
ohms, 10 A
100
ohms, 5 A
250
ohms, 5 A
1000 ohms, 0.5 A
2500 ohms, 0.1 A
4
4
4
4
4
4000
4000
4000
4000
4000
53.
Stop watch
least count 0.01 Sec.
4
6000
54.
Stop watch (digital)
LED
4
6000
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PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION LAB
_____________________________________________________________________________
Sl. No.
Name of Experiment
Apparatus
Qty.
Price
_____________________________________________________________________________
1.
2.
Measurement of pressure
by Various Method
A. Bourdon Tube
B. U-tube & inclined
tube mano meter
(water & Hg filled)
C. Wall type mono meter
D. Vaccum Measurement
Burden type, dis pheagam
1
type, bellow type pressure Each
guage of different sizes
& tanges upto 10 Kg. cm2
(Also calibrated in psi)
Complete setup for comparing
regarding by different method
mentioned above with air
pressure regulator & filter
for varying pressure along
small vaccum pump
Measurement of Vaccum by 1. Vaccum gauge
1
Vaccum gauge & manometer.
2. Monometer(Mercury Filled) 1
500
500
3. Vacum Pump
Bourden sensor 0-10 kg cm
circular chart recorder for
recording speed 1/2 hr.,1 hr
12 hr, 24 hr with precision
air pressure regulator &
filter input 10 kg cm2 &
output 0-10 Kg cm2
Dead weight pressure guage
tester along with standard
dead weight accoracy +0.1%
range upto 20 kg cm2
(0-10 kg cm2)
Level measurement setup
having sight glass tube
float & bubbler method
with pressure regulator
bubble counting unit and
dightal pressure indicator
1
1
2000
50000
1
50000
1
5000
1. Level limiting
switchs (different
type).
1 No.
2000
Measurement speed of
Contract type and non1
moter by hand techometer contact type speed
(setup)
measurement setup
A. Motor 1/4 HP with speed
regulator
B. Magnetic Pick Up
C. Photo electric method
D. Digital hand held
tachometer with various
coupling
E. Stroboscope
20000
3.
To record the pressure
by pressure recordor
(Complete Set)
4.
To calibrate pressure
gauge by dead weight
tester.
5.
Measurement of liquid
level by float method
and air bubbler method
(Complete Set)
6.
To study the construction & operation level
limiting switches
7.
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_____________________________________________________________________________
Sl. No.
Name of Experiment
Apparatus
Qty.
Price
_____________________________________________________________________________
8.
Measurement of Temperature Temerature measurement
1
30000
dial thermometer,Bimetallic setup alongwith heat
thermometer & resistance
source(variable temp.)
thermometer, Thermo couple and various sensors e.g
thermometer & pyrometer
RTD, Thermocouple(various
types and various shapes)
Total radiation pyrometer
temperature range 0-400oC
Furnace muffel (0-1000oC)
with temperature controller
indicator.
9.
Measurement of temper1. Hot temperature bath
1 No.
10000
ature by different
thermocouple such as
2. Iron/Constantan
1 No.
5000
Cl/Al, Pt,Kh
Thermocouple
10.
Calibration of tempera- 1. Potentimeter
1 No.
1000
ture indicator by Poten
timeter/Thermocouple
2. Thermocouple Test set
1 No.
2000
Test Set.
3. Temperature Indi
1 No.
1500
11.
Study the construction
1. Electromagnetic flow
1 No. |
& operation of electroMeter
|
magnetic flow meter.
2. Pump Set
1 No. | 25000
|
3. Tank
1 No. |
12.
Study of temperature
1. Temperature recorder
1 No. |
recorder & temperature
|
recording by temperat2. Sensor
1 No. | 8000
ure recorder.
13.
Measurement of flow
Experimental Setup For
1
50000
by Orifice meter,
Measurement of Flow with
Venturimeter, Rota Meter pump & water circulating
Pilot tube & Magnetic
system having all methods
flowmeter
with flow variation
1. Sump Tank :Material :Stainless Steel, 2mm Thick/PP 55mm Thick
Capacity :30 liter
Dimension : 1ft(L) X 1ft(W) X 1ft(H)
2. Piping : 1" class B GI with 1" SS valve :10 Nos.
3. Centrifugal Pump " 1/2" HP, 230 V AC supply
4. Rotameter : Range 0-2000 LPH Glass tube type/Acrylic body,
Bob material : SS 304, Connection :1"
Mounting " Intel-Bottom, Outlet - Top
5. Orifice : 1" Line size, connectric type, MOC : Polypropylens
(PP)/SS
6. Ventury : 1" Line Size.
7. Manometer : U tube manometer, H:400 mm Panel Mounting type
8. Flowmeter : Size 1" type : Wheel flowmeter, Range 0-2000 LPH
Output :4-20 mA/DPT
9. Flow Indicator : 3.5 digit dispaly, 230 V AC operated
Cut Out : 92mm X 92mm X 144mm
Range : 0-2000 LPH, Input :4-20 Ma
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_____________________________________________________________________________
Sl. No.
Name of Experiment
Apparatus
Qty.
Price
_____________________________________________________________________________
10. Electrical Control Pannel :MS Powder coated panel with switches,
Indicator, Text Points, Controller on front facial, UK 2.5,
thermal connector mounted on/DIN rail channel, Use of 1 sq. mm
Multistrand wire proper insulated Lugs, Ferruling and neat wire
dressing and clamping wires and power cables are seated through
1"X1" PCV cable tray, Dimension 1ft (L) X 1Ft (W) X 1ft (H).
14.
To determine relative
humidity by Hydrometer
Experimental setup having
1
humidity chamber with fogger
digital hand head battery
operated device, 20-90%
humidity measurement,memory
for higher < lowest humidity
with digital dispaly
1000
15.
To study the constructional details and to
measure percentage
moistures of given
sample by commerical
moisture meter.
To study the construction and operation of
level limiting switches
moistures of given
sample by commerical
moisture meter.
Experimental Setup for
moisture measurement
1
20000
Experimental Setup for
study of level limiting
switches
1
5000
16.
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TRANSDUCERS & APPLICATION LAB
_____________________________________________________________________________
Sl. No.
Name of Experiment
Apparatus
Qty.
Price
_____________________________________________________________________________
1.
To draw the output &
The Setup of LVDT having
1
15000
input characteristics
Following Details
of linear variable
A. LVDT of accuracy + 0.5%
differential transducers.
resolution of 0.1 mm, 3.5
digital display, TEST
points provided to observe
wave from on CRO, micrometer
provided for mech. displacement
with suitable variable powers
supply variable tray
2.
Fibrication of Ckts
using L.V.D.T..
3.
To draw a light intensity V/S, O/P characteristics of LDR,Photo
diode, Photo Transister
Soler Dellconductive
4.
5.
6.A.
B.
1. L. V. D. T. & Associated
1
5000
Compplete setup of photo
1
transducers having following
specification
A. Photo Dicde Circuit
B. Photo Transistor Circuit
C. LDR Circuit
D. Solar Cell Circuit
For Characteristics
Measurement
E. Variable light intensity
source with precision
regulator
F. Lux meter to measure
intensity of light
source
G. Suitable power supply &
Output digital device
To fabricate an applica- 1. Photo Transducer
1
circuit using photo
transducer.
2. Circuits Components
To draw the characteris- Complete setup of temp.
1
tics of given temperature sensing device with
transducer, thermistor
suitable circuit to
and also fabricate an
draw I/O characteristics
application circuit
having following details
using thermistor.
A. Temperature source like
small furance with temp.
controller & indicator
B. Output measuring device
(Digital)
C. All temp. sensor e.g.
RTD, Thermister,Thermo
couple, Solid State sensor
etc.
Study & Construction
Setup of capactive Transducer1
details of a capacitive having following details
transducer.
A. Metallic Guage Capacitor
To measure noice using
with angular displacement
consensee microphone
B. Circuit for above
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C.
7.
8.
9.
To measure level using
capacitive probe
C. Variable Freq. source with
output device
D. Condenser microphone &
related circuit for noice
measurement with sound
sources and output
measuring device
E. Circuit for measuring level
of liquid using capacitive
probe.
To study the construct- Experimental Setup having
1
ion of strain gauge and strainguage mounted on
Rossets and use it for
cantilever beam with
measurement at stress
weight pan & Standard
or pressure.
weight with specification
A. Display 3.5 digit 7
segment LED display
B. Range 0-2 Kg
C. Accuracy +0.5%
D. Resolvtion 0.01, least
count 1 gm Test point
to plot weight vs strain
guage output.
To study the construct- A. Mechanical Recorder
1
ion of a recorder.
i. Circular chart recorder
with input sensor and
variable speed system
with recording system
ii. Strip chart recorder
(Multi Point) with 3/4
sensor & stylus(colour)
having variable chart
speed control
iii. Electronics multi point
recorder with LED display
sensors & computer interface
To study the Strain
Setup of load cell &
1
gauge, Load Cell and
its measuring system
Strain gauge indicator
along with suitablw power
supply
A. Range 0-100 kg or more
B. Standard weights for
calibration
C. A Model of Dharma Kanta
using load cell and its
measuring system (if dharma
kanta model is not
available than standard
weight system along with
digital dispaly can be
purchased)
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30000
10000
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10.
To study the construct- Conductivity Meter Having
1
10000
ion conductivity meter
Following specification
and its application.
A. Range 0.01 Mu siemens/cm
to 199.0Mu siemens/cm in
5 different ranges
B. Accuracy +02%
C. Standard solution for
calibration
D. 3.5 digit 7 segment LED
display with over range
indication
E. Two conductivity cells,
cell stand & Standard
conductivity solutions.
11.
To study the working
principle and construction of PH meter.
pH meter having following
1
specification
A. pH range 0-14 with
resolution 0.01 pH
B. Accuracy +0.40 pH or
+0.20 + 2 mv from
measurement
C. Temperature compensation
0-100 oC
D. Glass electrode, Standard
electrode & combined
electrode (02 sets)
E. Display 3.5 digits 7 segment
F. Buffer solution of 4,7 & 9 pH
12.
To measure density
using hydrometer
Setup having different types 1
of hydrometer with suitable
display (digital) for different
density solutions/liquid
1000
13.
To measure vibration
using Piezoelectric
type accmulator
Setup having different types 1
of piezo electric pickup with
source of vibration & output
display
52000
14.
To measure noise using
condensor microphone
1. Condensor Microphone
15.
16.
17.
Transduser & Instrument Kit (Pre-Port)
Dead Weight Tester(0-10 Kg./cm.)
LI Maker Transducer and Instrumentation Trainer
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1
1000
1
1
1
41000
43000
5000
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1.
To calibrate the control Control valve training
1
200000
valve.
module to draw equal %ne
characterisitcs Liner
characteristics & Quick
opening characteristics
of linear valve,non-lenear
valve and quick opening valve
having following specification
1. Stainless steel sump tank 30 liter
2. Centrifugal pump 1/4 hp
1Q
3. Pneumatic control valve
two way globe type linear
quick opening equal %
valve (at least own should
be air to close or air to
open)
4. Experimental setup for
solenoid valve & electric
motor control valve
5. Rotameter to measure
flow through valve range
0-2000 LPH glass tube
type acrylic body 1/2"
mounting
6. Air compressor 1/2 HP
(Optional)
2.
To draw the chracter1. Valve positioner mounted 1 Set
4000
istics of valve positon a control valve (Automoner and actuator.
atic diaphram type) for
1/2 pipe line smallest
size cost iron/brass
3.
To study the working
of DP cell and Plot
the input and output
characteristics.
2. Pressure gauge
0 to 20 PSI
1
800
3. Filter Regulator
1
600
4. Misc. Pressure
pipe bends etc.
Differential Pressure
1
Transmitter calibration
setup which gives an idea
regulating the calibration
procedure of transmitter
having following specificatio
1. Input Range : 0-400 cm of
water column
2. Output Range : 4-20 mA
3. Power Supply : 24V DC
4. U-tube manometer/digital
pressure indicator for
input measurement
2000
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5. Precision pressure
regulator for regulating
given input pressure range
6. Digital output indicator
pressure range
7. Digital output indicator
input 4-20 mA, mains
operated
8. Air compressor 1/2 HP for
pressure input
4.
To study the working
PLC based ON-OFF water
1
100000
of on/off level contro- level control system having
ller and plot the line
following specification
response chart and
1. PLC : Allen Bradly or
calculate time constant.
equivalent, Actual Plant
(Complete Set)
I/O Digital inputs-3 digital
output-2
2. Level Tank : Material :
Transparent acrylic
3. Sumptank : Material :
Stainless Steel capacity
30 Liter
4. Fractional HP Pump :
230 V AC 1 Ohm vertical
SS Body
5. Level Switch-Float
operated switching action
reversible
6. Solenoid valve-230 V, 1Q,
1/2" size vertical mounting
5.
To draw the characterProportional Temperature
1
100000
istics curve of propor- controller setup having
tional temperature
following specification
controller.
1. Temp. Sensor - Type RTD
(Complete Setup)
PT-100
2. Process Tank 2-3 liter
material SS304 with
heater
3. Thyristor for heater
control input 4-2mA
pannel mounted output
0-230 V AC, 6A max.
4. Pump 1/4" HP
5. PID controller-NC based
PID controller
6. Electrical Control Panel
7. Rotameter 0-1000 LPH,
Acrylic Body
6.
To calibrate the given
1. Pneumatic PID controller 1
15000
PI pneumatic controller
by varrying proportio2. Air filter cum pressure
1
600
nal percentage & integral time.
3. Circulator Chart Pressure 1
3000
factor.
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7.
8.
9.
4. Diaphram Control Valve
1/2" size.
1
3000
5. Pressure gauge -3
1
600
1
350000
PLC based multi process control trainer
Technical Specification
1. Slump Tank : Material :Stanless Steel, 2mm Thick
Capacity : 30 liter
Dimension : 1.5 ft(L) X 1 ft (W) X 1 ft(H)
2. Centrifugal Pump : 1/2"/1/4 HP, 230 V AC supply surface
mounting
3. Level Tank : Material : Acrylic 5 mm Thick
Dimension : 150 mm(o) X 500 mm(H)
4. Temperature Cabnit : 1" thick insulation wall with
circulation fan and thermostat
Heater : 1 KW
Dimension : 1.25 ft(L)X1.25ft(W)X2ft (H)
5. Pressure Vessel : Shape cylindrical, Material SS304
Diameter : 150 mm Length 300 mm
Capacity : 15 KG/cm2 with 1/2 BSP
connection for pressure gauge,
inlet & drain facility
6. Piping : 1/2"/1" Class B GI with 1" SS ball valve 17 No.
7. Flowmeter : 2 No. Size : 1/2"/1" Turbine type/wfm type
Range : 0-1000/0-2000 LPH, Supply : 24 V DC
100 mA, Output : 3-20 mA, Type : 3 wire type
Mounting : Horizontal connection : 1"
8. Level Transmitter : Input : 0-400/0-500 mm
Output : 4-20 mA, Supply 24 V DC
100 mA, Type 2 wire capacitance
type, Mounting : Top 2" screwed
connection
9. Pressure Transmitter : Input 0-25 Kg/Cm2 /0-4 Kg/Cm2
Output : 4-20 mA, Supply 24: V DC
50 mA, Type 2 wire piezoresistive
type, Medium : water pressure,
Mounting : Top 1/2" BSP connection
10. Temperature Transmitter : Input : RTD, Output : 4-20 mA
type, Range 0-200 oC
PC based multi process control system trainer
1
350000
1. Thyresterized Phase Angle Control Card:
Input : 0-40 mA, Output : 0-230 V AC variable, 10 Max.
Distributed control system trainer
1
550000
1. Computer (Optional) : PC with colour monitor
15" PC Pentium Dual Core with 2 Serial communication
Ports, 80 GB HDD, 512 MB RAM, Floppy Drive
Features
- Compact Ergonomic Design
- User Friendly, Self Explanatory System
- Leak Proff Safety Measures, Sturdy Piping
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- Enhanced Electrical safety Consideration
- Training Manuals, Mimic Charts for operation Ease.
- System Frame with caster wheel arrangement for
ease in movement
- MS power coated cubical plant with standard
Instrument Mounting
- Inbuilt Safety Measures to avoid improper usage
- Computer Interface (Optional)
Range of Experiments
- Study of PLC
- Study of PLC based control of Multiprocess
System
- Study of data logging system
- Study of facebook, cascade, ration adn on-off
sprit range, control schemes.
- Calibration of various sensors, transmitter like
pressure, level, flow, control valve, rotameter,
E/P et.
- ON-OFF Control : Level, Pressure adn Temperature
- Study of SCADA application/Software computerized
control of PC-PLC based Multi Process Control System
System Diamension
5.5 Ft(L) X 2.5 FT.(W) X 5.5 Ft. (H)
Service Requirement
- Single Phase Electrical Supply of 230 V 50 Hz.
- Water Supply adn Drainage arragement
- Clean, Dry, Compressed Air Supply at 2.1 KG/Cm2
10.
Flow control system trainer
1
100000
11.
Level control system trainer
1
150000
12.
Pressure control system trainer
1
100000
13.
Control valve characteristic trainer
1
50000
14.
Electro pneumatic converter trainer
1
100000
15.
Pressure transducer/transmetter module.
1
50000
16.
PC-PLC based pneumatic trainer
1
150000
17.
Feed back,Cascade, Ratio control Trainer among.
1
200000
with SCADA & PC interface.
Technical Specification
1. Slump Tank : Material :Stanless Steel, 2mm Thick
Capacity : 30 liter
Dimension : 1.5 ft(L) X 1 ft (W) X 1 ft(H)
2. Level Tank : Material : Acrylic 5 mm Thick
Dimension : 150 mm(o) X 500 mm(H)
3. Temperature Cabnit : 1" thick insulation wall with
circulation fan and thermostat
Heater : 1 KW
Dimension : 1.25 ft(L)X1.25ft(W)X2ft (H)
4. Centrifugal Pump : 1/4 HP, 230 V AC supply surface
mounting
5. Pressure Vessel : Shape cylindrical, Material SS304
Diameter : 150 mm Length 300 mm
Capacity : 15 KG/cm2 with 1/2 BSP
connection for pressure gauge,
inlet & drain facility
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6. Piping : 1" Class B GI with 1" SS ball valve 17 No.
7. Flowmeter : 2 No. Size : 1" Turbine type/wfm type
Range : 0-2000 LPH, Supply : 24 V DC
100 mA, Output : 3-20 mA, Type : 3 wire type
Mounting : Horizontal connection : 1/2"
8. Level Transmitter : Input : 0-400/0-500 mm
Output : 4-20 mA, Supply 24 V DC
100 mA, Type 2 wire capacitance
type, Mounting : Top 2" screwed
connection
9. Pressure Transmitter : Input 0-25 Kg/Cm2 /0-4 Kg/Cm2
Output : 4-20 mA, Supply 24: V DC
50 mA, Type 2 wire piezoresistive
type, Medium : water pressure,
Mounting : Top 1/2" BSP connection
10. Temperature Transmitter : Input : RTD, Output : 4-20 mA
11. Thyresterized Phase Angle Control Card:
Input : 0-40 mA, Output : 0-230 V AC variable
12.Pneumatic Control Valve : 2 No. size : 1",
Characteristics : Equal Percentage, Type : Two way Globe
type with valve, Two Way Globe type with valve Positioner
Cv : 9 US GPM, with diaphragam actuator, Flange
connection : PCD 80 mm, ID : 26 mm, OD : 110 mm,
Positioner Action : 0.2 to 1.0 Kg/Cm2 (with bypass)
(Director Action/ Reverse Action) Pneumatic Input Signal:
0.2 to 1.0 KG/Cm2 (with Bypass)
13. Rotameter : 2 No. Range 0-2000 LPH Glass
tube type/Acrylic body, Connection :1"
Mounting : Intel-Bottom, Outlet - Top
14. E/P Convertor : Input : 4-20 mA, Output : 3-15 psi
Connection 1.4", Supply 1.4 Kg/Cm2
15. Air Pressure Regulator : 0-10 Kg/Cm2 with pressure
guage, Connection 1.4 NPT/BSP
16. Level Switch : Flot operated, Flot Material SS304
Switch Voltage : 240 V AC/200 V AC, Switching
Current : 2A Switch Action : Reversiable, Weight : 315 GMS
17. Current Meters : 3 No Range 0-20 mA, Supply 230 V AC
Outout : 44mm X 92 mm X 110 mm
18. Isolator : 2 No single isolator : Input : 4-20 mA,
Output : 4-20 mA, Supply : 230 V AC
19. Supply : 24 V DC 1.5 A, Size : 48mmX126mmX68mm
20. Electronic PID Controller : 2 No. Single Input
PID and Dual Input PID with serial PC Interface
(ASCII Protocol) RS 232 cotout size 92X92X144 mm
Input 4-20 mA, Output : 4-20 mA, Digital: Dual For
PV and SP, Bargraph display for output and devisation
HI-low alarm annuncation
21. Electrical Control Pannel :MS Powder coated panel with switches,
Indicator, Text Points, Controller on front facial, UK 2.5,
thermal connector mounted on/DIN rail channel, Use of 1 sq. mm
Multistrand wire proper insulated Lugs, Ferruling and neat wire
dressing and clamping wires and power cables are seated through
1"X1" PCV cable tray, Dimension 1ft (L) X 1Ft (W) X 1ft (H).
22. SCADA Application Software (Optional) : SCADA S/w
PID control setting (P, PI, PD & PID mode), Auto/
Manual tuning of PID, Data Storage, Off line
analysis, Online data acquisation, Simulation and
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Interactive Graphical User Interface (GUI) includes.
23. Air Compressor (Optional): Tank capacity : 30 liters
Discharge : 2 CFM Motor : Half HP 230 V AC operated,
Working Pressure " 3-4 Kg/Cm2
24. Computer (Optional) : PC with colour monitor
15" PC Pentium Dual Core with 2 Serial communication
Ports, 80 GB HDD, 512 MB RAM, Floppy Drive
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Flopper-Nozzle assembly trainer
PID Control trainer.
Multi Process Control Trainer
Temperature Control System Trainer.
PLC/Computer Based hydraulic Trainer.
1
1
1
1
1
50000
100000
50000
50000
200000
NOTE:Process control equipments may be purchased in the form of complete set
and may be installed and commissioned in the supervision of firm
supplying the equipment.
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1.
To draw the time resopnse
of Ist order electrical
system
Resistive setup of Ist
1
order system along with
a power supply & display
system & measurement points
for CRO Display
15000
2.
To draw time response
of IInd order LCR
circuit and find out
its transfer function
LCR system having
different value of
variable L,C,R with
series & Paralles
Combination for IInd
order control system
Display for O/P
Suitable power supply
with variable freq.
Measurement points for
CRO
1
15000
-
3.
To draw characteristics
curves for SCR, Diac &
Triac
Setup for drawing I/p
1
characteristics of SCR
Traic & Diac having input
variable DC/AC supply
& suitable O/p display
15000
4.
To study a power rectificr using SCR and draw
input/output wave form
Setup for characteristics 1
of power rectifier using
SCR with staitable phase
control circuit in full
wave and half wave rectification & measuring
points for CRO display
(Single phase & Three
Phase rectificer)
15000
5.
To study single phase
inverter circuit using
SCR & draw input & O/p
wave forms
Setup for single phase
1
inverter using transistor
circuit & SCR & MOSFET
circuit and draw
characteristic (i) Variable
Supply (ii) variable load
6.
To fabricate & SCR
chopper circuit, Test
it and determine
duty cycle.
To study the effect
of variation in firing
angle on a C.R.O. & to
plot the wave form
Setup for chopper circuit 1
using SCR & Vary its duty
cycle & draw wave form
7.
Setup for SCRR & TRIAC
1
firing circuit and draw
I/o wave form
(i) Resistive circuit
(ii) Single RC circuit
(iii) Double RC circuit
(iv) with snubber circuit
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8.
To study the data
transmission with the
help of two synchros
Obsolete Item
(Not need to Purchase)
9.
To fabricate the traic
diac motor speed control
circuit & draw i/p, o/p
(speed) characteristics
Setup for motor speed
1
control circuit for DC &
AC motor with phase
control using DOAC-TRIAC
along with suitable motor
& tacho meter
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Electronic Components And Devices Lab.
Networks Filters & Transmission Lines Lab.
Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab.
(First Year)
(Second Year)
(Second Year)
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S.No. |
Name of the Equipment/
|Elex.
|Networks |Elex.
| Total
|Total No.|Rate per |
Total Cost
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Board/Kit Etc.
|Components|Filters &|Devices &|
|Recommen-|Piece
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|& Devices |Transmis-|Ckts.Lab.|
|ded
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|Lab.
|sion Lab.|
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| Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | In Rs. |
Intake
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| 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 |
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60
75
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1. | Audio Oscillator (20HZ-50KHZ) | 4
5 | 14 15 | 12
13 | 30
34| 26
28| 3500
| 91000
98000 |
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2. | Multimeter, 20 K. Ohm per volt | 4
5 | 8
10 | - | 12
15| 10
12| 2500
| 25000
35000 |
| Sensitivity, + 1% accuracy d.c.|
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| voltage 1000 v. max.
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3. | Digital Elex. multimeter.
| 14
16 | 14
16 | 16
17 | 48
54| 24
27| 4500
|108000
121500 |
| 3.5/4.5/5.5 Digit Led, AC & DC |
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| Voltage Current, Frequency,
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| Resistance, Capaciters, DC
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| Voltage Accuracy +0.005 AC
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| Voltage + 0.1
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4. | Regulated Power Supply 0-30 V, | 10
12 | - | 16
17 | 30
34| 20
22| 4000
| 80000
88000 |
| 0.5/1 Amps.
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5. | Multi output Power Supply 0-30V| 4
5 | - | 4
5 |
8
10|
6
7| 3500
| 21000
24500 |
| 1 Amp. 0-+-12 V, 1 Amp., 5 V. |
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| 2 Amp.
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6. | Power Supply 0-300 Volt, 1 Amp.| - | - | - |
4
5|
4
5| 4000
| 16000
20000 |
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|
7. | Dual Trace C.R.O. (0-30 MHz)
| 4
5 | - | 10
11 | 24
27| 16
18| 30000
| 480000
540000 |
| Operating Mode Channel I,
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| Channel II, Channel I & II,
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| Accuracy +3, Hold off-variable |
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| control for stable triggering |
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| slope +ve or -ve, sensitivity |
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| Int, 0.5 div, Ext 0.8v, Trace |
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| Rotation- Adjustable on Front |
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| Panel, Interface-USB
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8. | R.F.Signal Generator (AM/FM)
| - | - | 4
5 |
4
5|
4
5| 10000
| 40000
50000 |
| 500 KHZ to 1.3 GHZ Standard Mak|
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9. | Function Generator
| - | - | 6
7 |
6
7|
6
7| 10000
| 60000
70000 |
| upto 10MHZ, Amplitude 0-20V PP |
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| LED Display, Frequency
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| Variation Fine Control Output |
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| Protected against short
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| circuit, Input 230V AC +10 50HZ|
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10. | A.C. Millivolt Meter/Micto
| - | - | 8
9 |
8
9|
8
9| 3500
| 28000
28500 |
| Meter (Elex.)
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11. | Out Put Audio Power Meter
| - | - | 2
3 |
2
3|
2
3| 1500
| 3000
4500 |
| 4 Ohm.- 20 K & 1 MW - 10 W
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|
|
|
|
|
|
12. | Digital MultiMeter/Micro Meter | 4
9 | - | - | 12
14|
8
9|
600
| 4800
5400 |
| Digital Millivoltmeter
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| (Suitable range)
|
|
|
|
|
|
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|
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|
|
|
|
13. | D.C. Voltmeter /D.C. Milliamme-| 30
40 | - | 10
12 | 40
52| 30
35|
600
| 18000
21000 |
| ter/D.C. Micrometer (suitable |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| range)
|
|
|
|
|
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|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
14. | Decade Resistance Box
| - | 6
7 | - |
6
7|
6
7| 1200
| 7200
8400 |
| (Different ranges) Min 4/5/6
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Dials Max Working Voltag 500V |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
15. | Decade Capacitor Box
| - | 8
9 | - |
8
9|
8
9| 3000
| 24000
27000 |
| (Different range) Min 4/5/6
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Dial Cont
|
|
|
|
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|
|
|
16. | Decade Inductance Box Min 4/5 | - | 8
9 | - |
8
9|
8
9| 3500
| 28000
31500 |
| Dials
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
17. | Different Transducers :
| - | - | - |
8
8| LS
LS| 8000
| 64000
64000 |
| pressure type, thermo couple, |
|
|
|
|(8 set of|
|
|
| LVFT, Opto pick electromagnetic|
|
|
|
|experimen|
|
|
| pick up; Thermal relay, ultra- |
|
|
|
|tal kit/ |
|
|
| sonic pick up and potentiometer|
|
|
|
|board)
|
|
|
| etc. including strain gauge,
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Piezoelectric Transduser, Diff.|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| types of Photo sources & Detec-|
|
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|
|
|
|
|
| tor,Optical Fibre sensors
|
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|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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|
|
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
S.No. |
Name of the Equipment/
|Elex.
|Networks |Elex.
| Total
|Total No.|Rate per |
Total Cost
|
|
Board/Kit Etc.
|Components|Filters &|Devices &|
|Recommen-|Piece
|
|
|
|& Devices |Transmis-|Ckts.Lab.|
|ded
|
|
|
|
|Lab.
|sion Lab.|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|----------|---------|---------|----------|---------|---------|------------------|
|
| Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | In Rs. |
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 |
|
60
75
|
------|--------------------------------|----------|---------|---------|----------|---------|---------|------------------|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
18. | Experimental Kit/
| 2*
3*| 2*
3*| 0
0 | 4*
6*| LS
LS| 50000 |100000
100000 |
| Teaching Modules/
| +
+ | +
+ | +
+ | +
+ |
|
|
|
| Training boards/
| 30
40| 10
12| 60
80| 140
182|
|
|
|
| Learning kits. of relevant
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| subject.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
19. | Component Storage rack
| 4
4 | 4
4 | 4
4 | 16
16 | 16
16 |
8000 | 128000
128000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
20. | Consumable Items
| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS|
-| 30000
30000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
21. | Miscellaneous
| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS|
-| 50000
50000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
22. | Power Operated Drilling Machine| 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 |
3500 | 7000
10500 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
23. | Servo Voltage Stablizer 5 KVA | 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 75000 | 75000
150000 |
24. | Invertor 1 KVA with Battery
| 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 1
2 | 15000 | 15000
30000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
25. | One Desk Top Core i5/i7 -760
| 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 40000 | 80000
120000 |
| Processor, Genuine Window-7
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Professional, 18 inch HD,Flat |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Panel MOnitor, Optical Mouse
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Key Board and All related media|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Or Latest Version
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
26. | Electronics Software For
| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS| LS
LS|
-|300000
300000 |
| Electronics Lab Virtual Lab/
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Circuit Maker etc. of Latest
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Version
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------------------|
NOTE:- * Represents the quantiy of learning kits/teaching module. This item is more costly
boards/
experimental kits etc.
179
Corrected and Approved By B.T.E. on Dated 19-04-2017
as
compared
to
training
DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND MICROPROCESSOR
Principle of Digital Electronics Lab. (Second Year)
Microprocessors And Applications Lab. (Third Year)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S.No. |
Name of the Equipment/
|Principles|Micropro-| Total |Total No.|Rate per |
Total Cost
|
|
Board/Kit Etc.
|of Digital|cessors &|
|Recommen-|Piece
|
|
|
|Eltx. Lab.|Applicat-|
|ded
|
|
|
|
|
|ion Lab. |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|----------|---------|---------|---------|---------|------------------|
|
| Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | @ Rs. |
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 |
|
60
75
|
------|--------------------------------|----------|---------|---------|---------|---------|------------------|
1. | CRO dual trace with delayed
| 2
2 | - | 2
2 | 2
2 |
25000 | 50000
50000 |
| time base, 25 MHz or higher
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| band width.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2. | CRO dual trace 100MHz.
| 2
3 | - | 2
3 | 2
3 |
30000 | 60000
90000 |
| Digital storage oscilloscope
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 4 Kpts of Memory, 2 Channels
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| with additional external
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| trigger input, Large 15 Cm.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| colour display, 20 automatic
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| measurement & 4 math function |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| advance triggering selectable |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| video, mask test,USB inter
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| face for PC Connectivity
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3. | CRO dual trace 30 MHz.
| 4
4 | 2
3 | 6
7 | 6
7 |
15000 | 90000
105000 |
| Accuracy +3%, Variable Cont.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| For Stable triggering,
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Slope Positive or Negative
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Trace Rotation adjustable on
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| front panel, CRT 140 mm Z
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Modulation
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4. | Multimeter, 20 K Ohm/volt
| 4
6 | - | 4
6 | 4
6 |
3500 | 14000
21000 |
| sensitivity, 1% accuracy in
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| D.C. voltage range, Max. D.C. |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| voltage range 2500 V, A.C Curr-|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| ent.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5. | Multimeter,Digital hand held
| 4
6 | 2
4 | 8
10 | 8
10 |
3500 | 28000
35000 |
| 3.5/4.5digit, 0.3% accuracy
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 1000 V D.C. and 20 m ohm res- |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| istance range protected
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| against transients.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6. | Logic Probe
| 30
35 |10
15 |40
50 |40
50 |
500 | 20000
25000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7. | Logic board/trainer including | 20
28 | - |20
28 |20
28 |
5000 | 100000
140000 |
| +5 Volt, 1Amp + 15 V, 0.3 Amp. |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| power supply and bread board
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| and flexible leads.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8. | Microprocessor trainer kits
| - |16
20 |16
20 |16
20 |
12000 | 192000
240000 |
| with 8085 system (EC 85 or
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| similar).
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9. | Component rack 144 tray (small)| 4
4 | 2
2 | 6
6 | 6
6 |
8000 | 48000
48000 |
| & 24 large tray.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
10. | Consumable material such as
| LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 80000
|
| components ICs, resistors
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| transistors etc.
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
11. | Miscellaneous
| LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 100000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
12. | Micro Controller Kits/PLC
| LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 50000
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
13. | Trainer Kits of Universal Shift| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 50000
|
| Register (SISO,SIPO,PIPO,PISO) |
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Decade Counter, Universal
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Counter(Up, Down & Updown) &
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Different Flip Flops
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
14.| Microprocessor Training Kit of | - |12
15 |
|
|
LS
| 100000
|
| 8086
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
15.| Universal Data Book
| 1
1 | 1
1 | 1
1 | 1
1 |
5000 |
5000
5000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
16.| Software
| - | - | - | - |
LS | 200000
|
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|------------------|
180
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ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP AND PROJECT LABORATORY
Electronics Workshop
Electronics Instruments and Measurements Lab.
Project-(Seperate Lab Should Be Established For Instrumentation & Control Project)
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S.No. |
Name of the Equipment/
|Electron- |Electro-|Project | Total |Total No.|Rate per |
Total Cost
|
|
Board/Kit Etc.
|ics Work- |nics
|
|
|Recommen-|Piece
|
|
|
|Shop
|Inst. & |
|
|ded
|
|
|
|
|
|Measurem|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|ents Lab|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|----------|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|------------------|
|
| Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | In Rs. |
Intake
|
|
| 60
75 | 60 75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 |
|
60
75
|
------|--------------------------------|----------|--------|---------|---------|---------|---------|------------------|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
1. | D C Voltmeter (1K/2K/10K/20K
| - | 8
8 | - | 8
8 | 8
8 |
600 |
4800
4800 |
| Ohm per Volt)
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
2. | Gen.purpose multimeter
| 4
6 | 4
6 | 4
6 |12
18 | 8
10 |
2500 | 20000
25000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
3. | Digital Multimeter
| 4
6 | 6
8 | 4
6 |14
20 |10
12 |
3500 | 35000
42000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
4. | Regulated Power Supply Variable| 2
2 | 4
6 | 8
10 |14
18 | 8
10 |
3000 | 24000
30000 |
| 0-30 V; 1 A
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5. | Transistor power supply
| 2
2 | 2
3 | 8
10 |12
15 | 8
10 |
3500 | 28000
35000 |
| (+,-,Comm)0-30 V / 1 A variable|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
6. | Unregulated power supply
| 2
2 | 2
2 | - | 4
4 | 2
2 |
2500 | 10000
10000 |
| 0-30 V; 1 A
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
7. | A.F. signal generator.
| 4
6 | 8 10 | 4
6 |16
22 |10
12 |
10000 | 100000
120000 |
| Output Digital AES 75W on a BN |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| connector,AES/EBU on terminal |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| block connector, S/PDIF on a
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| RCA connector and To link
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| balanced Stereo 600 W on a
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Terminal block connector with |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| power adaptor
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
8. | RF signal generator
| 4
6 |10 12 | 4
6 |18
24 |10
12 |
15000 | 100000
180000 |
| Frequency Range 100KHz to 150 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Mhz in seven steps, accuracy on|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| sacle +5%, RF output min 100mv |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| (upto 30 Mhz), RMS modulation |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| AM, Audio Frequency Range 150 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Hz-1.5 Khz, Audio output 2V
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| RMS, Ext. Audio Input 50 Hz to |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 20 Khz at less than IV RMS
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Mains 230 V
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
9. | Function Generator
| 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
3 | 6
9 | 4
6 |
25000 | 100000
150000 |
| Operating modes sine, square, |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| triangle and DC output
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Frequency Range 0.1-1Mhz in
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| seven decade steps, Variable
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| control between steps,
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Frequency Accuracy +0.5%
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Display LCD controlled by
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| micro controller, Main supply |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 200V +10%, 50 Hz output
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| voltage max 10V into 50W,
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| attenuation two step variable |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
10. | Std. Signal Generator
| 4
6 | 2
2 | 2
3 | 8
11 | 4
6 |
15000 | 60000
90000 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
11. | AC/DC Voltmeter (M.I.type)
| - | 4
6 | - | 4
6 | 4
6 |
600 |
2400
3600 |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
12. | CRO 200 Mhz Digital Storage
| - | 4
4 | 8
10 |10
14 | 8
10 |
35000 | 280000
350000 |
| oscilloscope-upto 1GSa/s Simple|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Rate Memory 4 Kpts or Higher, |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 2 Chennel with additional ext. |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| trigger input, Colour Display |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 15 cm(5.7 inc.) 20 automatic
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| measurement & 4 math function |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| including FFTs, Advance
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Triggering,Delayed Sweep Mode |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Mask Test, USB Interface For
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| PC Connectivity
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
13. | Dual Trace CRO 100 MHz
| - | 4
4 | 8
10 |10
14 | 8
10 |
35000 | 280000
350000 |
| Digital Storage
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| oscilloscope-upto 1GSa/s Simple|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Rate Memory 4 Kpts or Higher, |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 2 Chennel with additional ext. |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| trigger input, Colour Display |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| 15 cm(5.7 inc.) 20 automatic
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| measurement & 4 math function |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| including FFTs, Advance
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Triggering,Delayed Sweep Mode |
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| Mask Test, USB Interface For
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
| PC Connectivity
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
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---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------S.No. |
Name of the Equipment/
|Electron- |Electro-|Project | Total |Total No.|Rate per |
Total Cost
|
|
Board/Kit Etc.
|ics Work- |nics
|
|
|Recommen-|Piece
|
|
|
|Shop
|Inst. & |
|
|ded
|
|
|
|
|
|Measurem|
|
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| Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | Intake | In Rs. |
Intake
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| 60
75 | 60 75 | 60
75 | 60
75 | 60
75 |
|
60
75
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14. | Q Meter-8 Digit LED 0.8 inch
| - | 2
3 | - | 2
3 | 2
3 |
8000 | 16000
24000 |
| Height, Range Indicator .999
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| count & Status indicators Via |
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| 3 LEDs, Measuring Frequency
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| 250 ms
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15. | RLC/Universal Bridge
| - | 2
3 | 2
3 | 2
4 | 4
5 |
8000 | 32000
40000 |
| AC/DC Bridge
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16. | Universal Digital Freq. Counter| - | 2
3 | 2
3 | 4
6 | 2
3 |
20000 | 40000
60000 |
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17. | Distortion Factor Meter
| - | 2
2 | - | 2
2 | 2
2 |
12000 | 24000
24000 |
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18. | Decade Resistance Box 4/5/6
| - | 2
3 | 2
3 | 4
6 | 4
6 |
1500 |
6000
9000 |
| Dials
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19. | Decade Cap. Box 4/5/6 Dials
| - | 1
2 | 1
2 | 2
4 | 2
3 |
3000 |
6000
9500 |
20. | Std. Inductance (Diff. Value) | - | 4
6 | - | 4
6 | 4
6 |
600 |
2400
3600 |
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21. | Charts, Models, displays for
| LS
LS | - | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 10000
10000 |
| safety/rules etc.
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22. | Digital Multimeter
| 2
3 | 6
6 | 4
6 |12
15 | 6
8 |
5000 | 30000
40000 |
| 4.5 Digit Display, AC/DC
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| Voltage, AC/DC Current 20A
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| Resistance, Capacitors
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| Frequency Diode Test,
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| Transistor Test & Continuity
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| Test
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23. | Single Phase Variac 5 Amp,
| 4
10 | 2
4 | 8
10 |18
22 |10
12 |
5000 | 50000
60000 |
| 15 Amp (Oil/Air cool)
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av. |
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24. | Calibrated Dual Trace CRO
| 2
3 | - | 6
6 | 6
8 | 4
6 |
30000 | 120000
180000 |
| 100 Mhz Digital Storage
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| oscilloscope-upto 1GSa/s Simple|
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| Rate Memory 4 Kpts or Higher, |
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| 2 Chennel with additional ext. |
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| trigger input, Colour Display |
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| 15 cm(5.7 inc.) 20 automatic
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| measurement & 4 math function |
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| including FFTs, Advance
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| Triggering,Delayed Sweep Mode |
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| Mask Test, USB Interface For
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| PC Connectivity
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25.| Tools Kit
| 20
30 | - |20
30 |40
60 |30
40 |
1500 | 45000
60000 |
|
|SET
SET |
|SET SET |SET SET |SET
SET|
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26.| Misc. Active Components
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 15000
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|
|
27.| Misc. Accessories as per req. | LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 10000
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28.| Misc. Passive components.
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 15000
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29.| Working Models of analog and
| LS
LS | - | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 20000
|
| digital equipment
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|
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30.| Dark room with Camera,Enlarger,| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 80000
|
| Developing setup, Fixing &
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| Printing setup etc.
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31.| Manual Etching Setup
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 10000
|
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|
|
32.| Mechanised Etching Setup
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 10000
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|
|
33.| Silk-Screen Printing Setup
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 10000
|
34.| Drill Machine Power Operated
| 2
3 | - | 4
6 | 4
8 | 4
6 |
3500 | 14000
21000 |
|
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|
|
35.| PCB Drill Machine
| 2
3 | - | 4
6 | 6
9 | 4
6 |
500 |
2000
3000 |
|
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|
|
36.| Misc. Items
| LS
LS | - |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 80000
|
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|
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|
|
37.| Consumable(Not specified above)| LS
LS |LS LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |LS
LS |
-- | 258000
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XV. LEARNING RESOURCE EQUIPMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
LCD Projector with Screen
Handicam
Cutting, Binding & Stitching
equipment.
Desk Top Computer with Internet
Core i5/i7- 760, Processor,
Genuine Windiw 7, Professional
18 inch HD, Flat Panel Monitor
Optical Mouse, Key Board & all
related media or latest version
Home Theater
Support Disc type CD. CDR/CDRW
DVDR/DVDRW, VCD Supported with
USB Port Support-DIVX/JPEG/MP3
Commerical P A System
16 W-220W output, AC & 24V DC
Operated, 5 Mic. & 2 Auxilary
input, Speaker output 4 Ohm,
8 Ohm, 17 V & 100 V
Interactive Board
1
1
1
----
20000
30000
30000
1
--
40000
1
--
25000
1
--
20000
1
--
50000
Note :
1.
This center will be only one
irrespective of all branches.
at
the
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institute
level
ANNEXURE I- QUESTIONAIRE
INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH,DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING U.P.KANPUR -208024
SUBJECT:
Questionnaire for ascertaining the job potential and
activities of diploma holder in Instrumentation &
Control Engg.
PURPOSE:
To design and develop Three
Year (Six Semester)
diploma curriculum in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
NOTE:
1.Please answer the questions to the points given in
the questionnaire.
2.Any other point or suggestion not covered in this
questionnaire may be written on a separate paper and
enclosed with the questionnaire.
1.Name of the organisation:______________________________________
______________________________________
2.Name & Designation of the officer _____________________________
filling the questionnaire
_____________________________
3.Name of the department/section/
shop
_____________________________
_____________________________
4.Importent functions of the
department/section/shop
_____________________________
_____________________________
5.Number of diploma holder employees
under your charge in the area of _____________________________
Instrumentation & Control Engg.
6.Please give names of modern equipments/machines handled
diploma holder in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.What proficiencies are expected from
Instrumentation & Control Engg.
a
diploma
by
holder
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.Mention the approximate percentage of the following desired
Diploma teaching.
1. Theoretical knowledge
2. Practical knowledge
3. Skill Development
-------------%
-------------%
-------------%
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in
in
9.Do you think " on the job training" / Industrial training
should form a part of curriculum.
( Yes/ No)
if yes then
(a) Duration of training
-------------(b) Mode of training
1. Spread over different semesters
2. After completion of course
3. Any other mode
10.What mode of recruitment is followed by your organisation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Academic merit
Written test
Group discussion
Interview
On the job test.
11. Mention the capabilities/ Qualities looked for while recruiting
diploma holder in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
(a) Technical knowledge
-----------(b) Practical skill
-----------(c) Etiquettes and behaviour
-----------(d) Aptitude
-----------(e) Health habit and social background
-------------(f) Institution where trained
-------------12. Does your organisation have
any system for the survey of Home
articles of different countries/States.
Yes/No
13. Does your organisation conduct field
Yes/No
survey to know users views regarding.
1. Home Articles for different
age groups and sex.
2. Effect of climatic conditions
3. Any other
If yes ; Please give brief account of each.
14.
Which type of assignment do you suggest for an entrepreneur
in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
15.
In which types of organisations can a diploma holder in
Instrumentation & Control Engg. can work or serve.
16.
the
1
2
3
4
5
6
Job
prospects
for the diploma holder in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
next ten years in the state / country.
17.
In your opinion what should be the subjects to be taught to a
diploma student in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
Theory
Practical
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18.
Kindly mention particulars regarding topics/areas which
should be given more emphasisin the curriculum .
Theory
Practical
19.
Kindly state whether your organisation
can contribute towards improvement of
curriculum in above field.
If yes : Please give names of experts in
your organisation to whom contact.
Yes/ No
20.
Kindly give your valuable suggestions for being
considered at the time of finilisation of curriculum.
21.
What changes in technologies are to be incorporated in the
development of curriculum in Instrumentation & Control Engg.
( Signature )
Kindly mail the above questionnaire duly filled to:Little Kumar
HOD (Electronics)
Institute of Research,Development & Training,U.P.
Govt. Polytechnic Campus
Kanpur-208024
( Please note that all information in this survey is confidential
for the use of curriculum design only )
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ANNEXURE II- SUMMER TRAINING SCHEDULE
4 weeks structured, supervised, branch specific, task
oriented industrial/field exposure to be organised during
summer vacation after second year annual examination.
The
student during the vacational training
undertake training in any one of the following.
1.
must
MANUFACTURE OF CABINATE AND ALLIED FITTINGS
To study and record drawings, moulds and internal sheet
metal fittings of various instruments, records and monitors
in a manufacturing unit.
2.
To study and record procedure with drawings for testing and
repair of under ground cable fault with the list of
material.
3.
To observe the effect of unsymmetrical loading and variation
in symmetrical components with remedy in a power system.
4.
To study flow diagram of process parameters. The training
should also incorporate maintenance and repair of process
instruments. Specifications of process instruments should
also be recorded.
5.
To study the effect of proportional, integral and derivative
control in a flow process. To observe the working of
Pneumatic, hydraulic, mechanical and electrical controllers
in a system and to practice control techniques.
6.
To
handle
various control components
and
after/repair and maintain these components.
7.
To check the accuracy of various gauges and to calibrate
gauges with the help of dead weight tester or otherwise.
8.
To study the working and maintenance of valves, actuators
and final control elements in a process control system.
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look
The students will work and focus their attention during the
training on the following points which will be incorporated
by them in their reports.
1.
2.
3.
Name & Address of the unit
Date of
i. Joining.
ii. Leaving.
Nature of Industry
i. Product.
ii. Services.
iii. Working Hrs.
4.
Sections of the unit visited
and activities there in.
5.
Details of machines/Tools &
instruments used in working
in the section of the unit
visited.
6.
Work procedure in the section
visited.
7.
Specifications of the product
of the section and materials
used.
8.
Work of repair and maintenance
cell.
9.
Details of the special sophisticated instruments used in the
industry with details of care
taken in their handling.
10. Name of checking and Inspecting
Instruments and their details.
Quality controls measures taken.
11. Details of hadraulics/pneumatic/
thermal units or appliances used
if any.
12. Discripton of any breakdown and
its restoring.
13. Use of computer - if any.
14. Visit of units store, Manner of
keeping
store
items, Their
receiving & distribution.
15. Safety measures on work place &
working conditions in general comfortable, convenient & hygeinic.
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