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B.Tech Ist Year (Common to All B.Tech
Courses)
Mathematics –I (TMA101):
UNIT1

Matrices
Elementary row and column transformations Rank of matrix, linear
dependence, Consistency of linear system of equations, Characteristic
equation, CayleyHamilton theorem, Eigen values and Eigen vectors,
Diagonalization, Complex and unitary matrices.=

UNIT2

Differential Calculus I
Leibnitz theorem, Partial Differentiation, Euler’s theorem, Change of
variables, Expansion of functions of several variables.

UNIT3

Differential Calculus II
Jacobian, Approximations and errors, Extrema of functions of several
variables, Lagrange method of multipliers

UNIT4

Multiple Integrals
Double and triple integrals, Change of order, Change of variables,
beta and gamma functions, Application to area, volume, Drichlet integral and
applications.
Vector Calculus
Point functions, Gradient, divergence and curl of a vector and their
physical interpretation, Line, surface and volume integrals, Green, Stokes
and Gauss divergence theorem.

Engineering Physics (TPH101/201):
UNITI

Relativistic Mechanics:
Inertial and Noninertial Frames, Postulates of Special Theory of
Relativity, Galilean and Lorentz Transformation, Length Contraction and Time
Dilation, Addition of Velocities, Mass Energy Equivalence and Variation of
Mass with Velocity.
Radiation: Kirchoff’s Law, Stefan’s law (only statement), Energy
spectrum of Blackbody Radiation, Compton Effect.

UNITII

Interference
Coherent Sources, Conditions of Interference, Fresnel’s Biprism
Experiment, Displacement of Fringes, Interference in Thin Films – Wedge
Shaped Film, Newton’s Rings.
Diffraction : Single and nSlit Diffraction, Diffraction Grating,
Raleigh’s Criterion of Resolution, Resolving Power of Grating.

UNITIII

Polarization
Phenomenon of Double Refraction, Ordinary and Extraordinary Rays,
Nicol Prism, Production and Analysis of Plane, Circularly and Elliptically
Polarized Light, Fresnel Theory, Optical Activity, Specific Rotation,
Polarimeter.
Laser : Principle of Laser Action, Einstein’s Coefficients,
Construction and Working of HeNe and Ruby Laser.

UNITIV

Electromagnetics
Ampere’s Law and Displacement Current, Maxwell’s Equations in
Integral and Differential Forms, Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Free
Space and Conducting Media, Poynting Theorem.
Magnetic Properties of Materials
Basic Concept of Para , Dia and FerroMagnetism, Langevin’s Theory
of Diamagnetism, Phenomenon of Hysterisis and Its Applications

UNITV

Superconductivity:
Essential properties of superconductors( zero resistivity), London
equations, penetration depth and coherence length , Meissner effect, critical
field , critical current Isotope effect, heat capacity, Type I and Type II
superconductors, Characteristics of superconductors in superconducting state,
applications of superconductors.
Wave Mechanics: Wave Particle Duality, de Broglie Concept of Matter
Waves, Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Schrödinger Wave Equation and Its
Applications: Particle in a Box.

Engineering Chemistry (TCY
101/201):
UNIT – I

GENERAL & ORGANIC CHEMISTRY:
Molecular orbital diagram of diatomic molecules, valence bond
theory & molecular orbital Theory linear combination of atomic orbitals,
hybridization, hydrogen bonding, band theory of solids, liquid crystals with
their classification applications, Bragg’s Law, Fullerenes & their
application , Nature of organic molecules, attacking reagents, inductive
effect, electromeric, mesomeric(resonance) effect, hyperconjugation, reaction
intermediates types of organic reaction (substitution, addition, elimination
reaction & organic
rearragements), Saytzeff’s rule, organic name reactions (cannizzaro’s
reaction, aldol condensation, Pinnacolpinnacolon rearrangement, Beckmann’s
rearrangement, Hoffmann’s rearrangement), Optical isomerism &
confirmations, EZ nomenclature, RS configuration.

UNIT – II

PHYSICAL & WATER CHEMISTRY:
Rate of reaction, order &molecularity of reaction, Zero order,
First Order, Second order reaction, steady state approximation, concept of
activation energy, energy barrier, cell potential, liquid junction potential,
conductance & its variation with dilution, Transport no. Kohlraush’s Law
and its application, pH, buffer solution, calculation of pH of buffer
mixture solubility & solubility Product, Nernst distribution law &
its application, corrosion, its type, Mechanism & control , Theory of
Electrochemical corrosion.Hardness of water, boiler feed water, Softening of
water (Calgon Process, Zeolite process, Lime Soda process & Ion exchange
process), Reverse osmosis, treatment of boiler feed water.

UNIT – III

CHEMISTRY OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS:
Introduction & classification of polymers, Types of
Polymerization, bulk solution, suspension & emulsion, copolymers,
vulcanization, PVC, Polyamides, Polyurethane, Polyethylene, Poly propylene,
PET, Resins (Phenol Formaldehyde), PMMA, PAN, Rubber, Conducting and
Biodegradable polymers, Pyroceramics, Toughened glass, Strengthening of
glass, Refractories, Nano Composites, Protective Coatings, Fe, Al, Cu,
Pb& Zn alloys, Organometallics & their applications.

UNIT – IV

FUELS & COMBUSTION:
Classification of Fuels, calorific value of fuel, gross & net
calorific value, determination of calorific value using Bomb calorimeter,
Coal, Biomass and Biogas, Bio Fuel, Esterification
&Transesterification,Introduction of Lubricants, Mechanism of
Lubrication, Classification of Lubricant, Bio Lubricant, Flash and Fire
Point, Pour Point, Cloud Point, Aniline point, Viscosity index.

UNIT – V

ANALYTICAL METHODS AND APPLICATIONS:
Titrimetric analysis with reference to acidbase, redox,
precipitation and complexometric titrations. Elementary ideas and simple
applications of UV, visible, mass and HNMR spectral techniques.

Basic Electrical Engineering (TEE101/201)
EE 101 (AUTUMN/ SPRING) L T P:
UNIT1

UNIT1
D.C. Network Theory: Circuit theory conceptsMesh and node
analysis. Network Theorems Superposition theorem. Thevenin’s theorem,
Norton’s theorem, Maximum, Power Transfer theorem, Star Delta transformation.
Steady State Analysis of A.C. Circuits : Sinusoidal and phasor
representation of voltage and current: single phase A.C. circuit behaviour of
resistance, inductance and capacitance and their combination in series &
parallel and power factor, series parallel resonanceband width and quality
factor : magnetic circuit.

UNIT2

Three Phase A.C. Circuits: StarDelta connections, line and phase
voltage/current relations, three phase power and its measurement.
3. Measuring Instruments: Construction and principle of operation of
voltage and current measuring instruments; introduction to power and energy
meters.

UNIT3

Transformer: Principle of operation, types of construction, phasor
diagram, equivalent circuit, efficiency and voltage regulation of single
phase transformer, O.C. and S.C. tests.
Rotating Machine

Unit4

D.C. Machines : Principle of electromechanical energy conversion,
types of d.c. machines, E.M.F. equation, Magnetization and load
characteristics, losses and efficienc y, Starter and speed control of d.c.
motors, their applications.
Synchronous Machines: Principle of Operation of Alternator and
synchronous motor 2

UNIT5

Three phase induction Motor: Principle of operation, types and
methods of starting, sliptorque characteristics, applications. Single phase
Motors : Principle of operation and methods of starting of induction motor,
Stepper motor and Universal motor 3

Mechanical Engineering:
UNIT1

Fundamental Concepts and Definitions : Definition of thermodynamics,
System, Surrounding and universe, Phase, Concept of continuum, Macroscopic
& microscopic point of view. Density, Specific volume, Pressure,
temperature.
Thermodynamic equilibrium, Property, State, Path, Process, Cyclic and
non cyclic processes, Reversible and irreversible processes, Quasi static
process, Energy and its forms, Enthalpy.

UNIT2

Zeroth law: Zeroth law, Different temperature scales and temperature
measurement First law:First law of thermodynamics. Processes – flow and
nonflow, Control volume, Flow work and non flow work, Steady flow energy
equation, Unsteady flow systems and their analysis. Second law: Limitations
of first law of thermodynamics, Essence of second law, Thermal reservoir,
Heat engines. COP of heat pump and refrigerator. Statements of second law and
their equivalence, Carnot cycle, Carnot theorem, Thermodynamic temperature
scale, Clausius inequality. Concept of entropy.

UNIT3

Properties of steam: Properties of steam, Phase transformation
process and its graphical representation on PV, TV & Ts diagram,
Mollier diagram and Steam Tables, Processes involving steam in closed and
open systems.
Introduction to I.C. Engines: Two & four stoke S.I. and C.I.
engines. Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle.

UNIT4

Force system and Analysis Basic concept: Review of laws of motion,
transfer of force to parallel position, resultant of planer force system,
Free Body Diagrams, Equilibrium. Friction: Introduction, Laws of Coulomb
friction, Equilibrium of bodies involving dry fiction.
Structure Analysis Beams: Introduction, Shear force and bending
moment, Shear force and bending moment diagram for statically determinate and
indeterminate beams.
Trusses: Introduction, Simple Trusses, Determination of forces in
simple truss members, Method of joints and Method of section.

UNIT5

Stress and Strain Analysis Simple stress and strain: Introduction,
Normal shear stresses, Stressstrain diagrams for ductile and brittle
materials, Elastic constants, One dimensional loading of members of varying
cross section, Strain energy, Thermal stresses.
Compound stress and strains: Introduction, State of plane stress,
Principal stress and strain, Mohr’s circle for stress and strain.
Pure Bending of Beams: Introduction, Simple bending theory, Stress in
beams of different cross sections. Torsion: Introduction, Torsion of Shafts
of circular section, Torque and Twist, Shear stress due to Torque.

Fundamentals Of Computer &
Programming (TCS 101/201):
UNITI

Introduction to Computer Systems; Data representation: Number
systems, character representation codes, Binary, hex, octal codes and their
inter conversions. Binary arithmetic, Floating point arithmetic, signed and
unsigned numbers IEEE standards,CPU organization, ALU, registers, memory, the
idea of program execution at micro level. Concept of computing, contemporary
Operating Systems such as DOS, Windows, UNIX etc. (only brief user level
description). Introduction to organization and architecture of mainframe,
mini and micro systems.

UNITII

Concept of flow chart and algorithm; Algorithms to programs:
specification, topdown development and stepwise refinement ,Introduction to
the design and implementation of correct, efficient and maintainable
programs, structured Programming,,Use of high level programming language for
the systematic development of programs, programmability and programming
languages, Object codes, compilers. Introduction to the Editing tools such as
vi or MSVC editors.

UNITIII

C: Data types, Identifiers, Storage class, Constant, Operators,
expression, Statements, console I/O statements, Selection statements:
ifelse, switch, Iteration Statements: for, while, dowhile, Jump statements:
return, go to, break, continue, comments. Function, Call by value, Call by
reference, arguments to main(), return statements, recursion, function
prototypes, , preprocessor directives.

UNITIV

Arrays: Single dimensional arrays, two dimensional arrays,
multidimensional arrays, variable length arrays. Strings, array of strings.
Structures: array of structures, passing structure to function, structure
pointers, structure within structures. Unions, bit fields, enumerations.

UNITV

Pointers: pointer variables, pointer operator, pointer expression,
array of pointers, multiple indirection, pointers to functions, dynamic
allocation functions.
File I/O : Streams and files, file system basics, fread, fwrite,
fseek, random access I/O, fprintf(), fscanf(), standard streams.

M.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) Semester
I Compulsory Subjects (Regular)
MTME101 Numerical Methods And Computer Programming:
UNIT  1

Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equation: NewtonRaphson
method including method of complex roots, Graeffe’s root square method
(Computer based algorithm and programme for these methods)

UNIT – 2

Interpolation and Approximation: Lagrange’s and Newtondivided
difference formula, Newton interpolation formula for finite differences,
Gauss’s forward and backward interpolation formulae, Bessel’s and
LaplaceEverett’s formulae, Cubic spline, least squares approximation using
Chebyshev polynomial.

UNIT  3

Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations: Cholesky’s (Crout’s)
method, GaussSeidel iteration and relaxation methods, Solution of Eigenvalue
problems; Smallest, largest and intermediate Eigen values (Computer based
algorithm and programme for these methods)

UNIT  4

Numerical Differentiation and Integration: Numerical differentiation
using difference operators, Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules, Boole’s rule,
Weddle’s rule.

UNIT  5

Solution of Differential Equations: Modified Euler’s method,
RungeKutta method of 2nd, 3rd and 4th orders, PredictorCorrector method,
Stability of Ordinary differential equation, Solution of Laplace’s and
Poisson’s equations by Liebmann’s method, Relaxation method.

MTME102 Simulation, Modelling and
Analysis:
UNIT  1

Introduction: A review of basic probability and statistics, random
variables and their properties, Estimation of means variances and
correlation.

UNIT  2

Physical Modelling: Concept of System and environment, Continuous and
discrete systems, Linear and nonlinear systems, Stochastic activities,
Static and Dynamic models, Principles of modeling, Basic Simulation modeling,
Role of simulation in model evaluation and studies, advantages of simulation

UNIT3

System Simulation: Techniques of simulation, Monte Carlo method,
Experimental nature of simulation, Numerical computation techniques,
Continuous system models, Analog and Hybrid simulation, Feedback systems,
Computers in simulation studies, Simulation software packages. System
Dynamics: Growth and Decay models, Logistic curves, System dynamics diagrams.

UNIT 4

Probability Concepts in Simulation: Stochastic variables, discrete
and continuous probability functions, Random numbers, Generation of Random
numbers, Variance reduction techniques, Determination of length of simulation
runs. Simulation of Mechanical Systems: Building of Simulation models,
Simulation of translational and rotational mechanical systems, Simulation of
hydraulic systems.

UNIT 5

Simulation of Manufacturing Systems: Simulation of waiting line
systems, Job shop with material handling and Flexible manufacturing systems,
Simulation software for manufacturing, Case studies.

MTME103 Applied Operations
Research:
UNIT 1

Introduction: Definition and scope of OR, Techniques and tools, model
formulation, general methods for solution, Classification of Optimization
problems, Optimization techniques Linear Optimization Models: Complex and
revised Simplex algorithms, Degeneracy and duality, Post optimum and
Sensitivity analysis, Assignment, transportation and transshipment models,
Traveling salesman problem, Integer and parametric programming.

UNIT 2

Game Problems: Minimax criterion and optimal strategy, two persons
zero sum game, Games by Simplex dominance rules.

UNIT 3

Waiting Line Problems: Classification of queuing problems, M/M/1
& M/M/1/N queuing systems, Steady state analysis of M/M/m queues,
Discrete and continuous time Markov models, Chapman Kolmogorov equation,
Birth & death processes in manufacturing, Open and Closed queuing
networks. Inventory Management: ABC analysis, deterministic and Probabilistic
models.

UNIT 4

Dynamic Programming: Characteristics of dynamic programming problems,
Bellman’s principle of optimality, Problems with finite number of stages.

UNIT 5

Stochastic Programming: Basic concepts of Probability theory,
Stochastic linear programming.

MTME104 Advanced Thermal
Engineering:
UNIT 1

Basic Definitions & Concepts, Equation of state, Calculation of
thermodynamic properties.

UNIT 2

Generalized compressibility charts, Second law analysis,
Availability, irreversibility, Maxwell equations, JouleThomson coefficient,
Thermodynamics of reactive mixtures, Stoichiometry.

UNIT3

Generalized conduction equation, Steady and unsteady heat conduction
in a slab of finite thickness; Effect of heat generation; Nonzero initial
condition, Constant flux and convective boundary conditions.

UNIT4

Heat conduction in an
inhomogeneous medium; Examples of composite media; Radiation heat transfer,
Surface properties, Configuration factor, Radiative heat exchange between
gray surfaces.

UNIT 5

NavierStokes equation, Stream
function, Velocity potential, Vorticity and circulation potential flow
theory, Boundary layer theory.

MTME201 Optimization For
Engineering Design:
UNIT1

Introduction: Historical Developments, Engineering applications of
Optimization Classical Optimization Techniques: Introduction, Review of
single and multivariable optimization methods with and without constraints,
Nonlinear onedimensional minimization problems, Examples.

UNIT 2

Constrained Optimization Techniques: Introduction, Direct methods 
Cutting plane method and Method of Feasible directions, Indirect methods 
Convex programming problems, Exterior penalty function method, Examples and
problems Unconstrained Optimization

UNIT 3

Techniques: Introduction, Direct search method  Random, Univariate
and Pattern search methods, Rosenbrock’s method of rotating coordinates,
Descent methods  Steepest Decent methodsQuasiNewton’s and Variable metric
method, Examples.

UNIT 4

Geometric Programming: Introduction, Unconstrained minimization
problems, solution of unconstrained problem from arithmeticgeometric
inequality point of view, Constrained minimization problems, Generalized
polynomial optimization, Applications of geometric problems, Introduction to
stochastic optimization.

UNIT5

Novel methods for Optimization: Introduction to simulated annealing,
selection of simulated annealing parameters, simulated annealing algorithm;
Genetic Algorithm (GA), Design of GA, Key concepts of GA, Neural Networks, A
frame work for Neural Network models, Construction of Neural Network
algorithm, Examples of simulated algorithm, genetic annealing and Neural
Network method.

MTME202 Advanced Mechanics Of
Solids:
UNIT1

Analysis of stress and strain,
Constitutive relationships, failure theories, Torsion of noncircular
sections.

UNIT2

Plane stress and plain strain problems, Review of fatigue analysis,
Introduction to fracture mechanics, Inelastic behaviour, Viscoelasticity.

UNIT3

Structure and behaviour of
polymers, Behavior of unidirectional composites and orthotropic lamina.

UNIT4

Failure theories for fibre composites, development of various
structures in composites.

UNIT5

Computer based analysis and solutions to problems in mechanics of
solids.

MTME203 Production Technology:
UNIT1

Welding Technology: Welding comparison with other fabrication
processes, Classification, Fusion and pressure welding, Weldability of
metals, Metallurgy of welding, Weld design, Stress distribution and
temperature fields in the welds, Recent developments in welding viz.

UNIT2

Diffusion, Friction, Electron beam and Induction welding, Cladding,
Metallizing, Surfacing and Fabrication, Welding defects and inspection of
welds, Thermal cutting of metals and its use in fabrication of process
machines, Cutting of cast iron, stainless steel and nonferrous metals.

UNIT 3

Metal Forming: Classification of forming process, Stress, strain and
strain rules, laws, Yield criterion and flow rules, Friction and lubrication
in metal forming processes, Indirect compression processes e.g., Drawing and
Extrusion processes, Direct compression processes e.g., forming and rolling.

UNIT4

Theory of deep drawing, Load bounding techniques and upper bound
estimates of field theory, Bending and forming, Highenergy rate forming
techniques and their applications, Recent advances in metal forming.

UNIT5

Metal Cutting: Tool geometry and signature, Theory of orthogonal and
oblique metal cutting, Tool wear and lubrication, Theoretical evaluation of
temperature fields at shear zone and toolchip interface, Dynamics of metal
cutting and machine tool stability, A critical review of theories of dynamic
cutting machining at super high speeds, recent advances in cutting tool and
science of metal cutting.

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