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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology Issue 01 : Rev No. 1 : Dt. 01/07/18

Structure and syllabus of S.Y. B.Tech. Instrumentation Engineering. Pattern B-19, A.Y. 2019-20 Page No. 1 out of 35

Bansilal Ramnath Agarwal Charitable Trust’s

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology

(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University)

Structure & Syllabus of

B.Tech. (Instrumentation and Control

Engineering)

Pattern ‘B-19’

Effective from Academic Year 2019-20

(S.Y. B.Tech.)

Prepared by: - Board of Studies in Instrumentation & Control Engineering

Approved by: - Academic Board, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune

Signed by

Chairman – BOS Chairman – Academic Board

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Content

Sr. No. Title Page

No.

1 Vision, Mission of Institute and Department 3

2 PEOs and POs 4

3 PSOs 5

4 Course Structure 6

5 ‘Separator’ - Semester I 8

6 Course Syllabi for courses - Semester I 9

6.1 IC2001 S1-C1 Sensors and Transducers 9

6.2 IC2003 S2-C2 Signal Processing 11

6.3 IC2005 S3-C3 Electronic Circuits 13

6.4 IC2007 S4-C4 Data Structures 15

6.5 IC2041 S5-EDI1 Engineering Design and Innovation 1 17

6.6 IC2011 S6-M3 Discrete Structure and Graph Theory 19

7 ‘Separator’ - Semester II 21

8 Course Syllabi for courses - Semester II 22

8.1 IC2002 S1-C5 Industrial Automation 22

8.2 IC2004 S2-C6 Control Systems 24

8.3 IC2006 S3-C7 Microprocessor and Microcontrollers 26

8.4 IC2008 S4-C8 Field Instrumentation 28

8.5 IC2042 S5-EDI2 Engineering Design and Innovation 2 31

8.6 IC2012 S6-M4 Probability & Statistics 33

8.7 IC2016 S8-GP2 General Proficiency 2 35

Academic Information – Please visit www.vit.edu

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Vision statement of Institute

To be globally acclaimed Institute in Technical Education and Research for

holistic Socio-economic development

Mission statement of Institute

To endure that 100% students are employable in Industry, Higher studies,

Become Entrepreneurs, Civil/Defense Services / Government Jobs and

other areas like Sports and Theatre.

To strengthen Academic Practices in terms of Curriculum, Pedagogy,

Assessment and Faculty Competence.

Promote Research Culture amongst Students and Faculty through Projects

and Consultancy.

To make students Socially Responsible Citizen.

Core Values Faculty Centric Initiatives

Academic Practices

Research Culture

Use of Technology for Social and National Development

Vision statement of Department

To be recognized as leading contributor in imparting technical education and

research in Instrumentation & Control engineering for development of the

society.

Mission statement of Department

To deliver knowledge of Instrumentation and Control Engineering by

strengthening involvement of Research institutions and industries in

academics

To build conducive environment for advanced learning through

participation of faculty and students in collaborative research, consultancy

projects, student exchange programs and internships

To develop competent Engineers with entrepreneurial skills to address

socio-economic needs.

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Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Programme: B. Tech. (Instrumentation and Control Engineering)

The Graduates would demonstrate

1. Core competency in Instrumentation and Control Engineering to cater to the

industry and research needs.

2. Multi-disciplinary skills, team spirit and leadership qualities with

professional ethics, to excel in professional career and/or higher studies.

3. Preparedness to learn and apply contemporary technologies for addressing

impending challenges for the benefit of organization/society.

4. Knowledge of recommended standards and practices to design and

implement automation solutions.

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science,

engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of

complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze

complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first

principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering

problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified

needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the

cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research –based

knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis

and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid

conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques,

resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and

modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the

limitations.

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6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual

knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the

consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional

engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate

the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and

responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a

member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities

with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able

to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make

effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and

understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these

to one‟s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and

in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and

ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context

of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Graduates shall have the ability to:

1. Evaluate the performance of suitable sensors / Process components/

Electronic / Electrical components for building complete automation system.

2. Analyze real-world engineering problems in the area of Instrumentation and

Control.

3. Design or Develop measurement / electronic / embedded and control system

with computational algorithms to provide practical solutions to

multidisciplinary engineering problems.

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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology Issue 01 : Rev No. 1 : Dt. 01/07/18

Title : Course Structure FF No. 653

S.Y. B.Tech - Instrumentation and Control Engineering Structure Pattern B-19

with effect from Academic Year 2019-20 Semester –I

Course

Code

Course

Type Course Name

Teaching Learning Scheme Assessment Scheme (100 mark scale)

Th Lab Tut Hrs./

Week Credits

Continuous Assessment MSE ESE

Assignments

(10%)

Lab

(30%)

GD/PPT

(10%)

Viva

(20%) -50 marks

converted

to 15

-50 marks

converted

to 15

IC2001 S1-C1 Sensors and Transducers 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2003 S2-C2 Signal Processing 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2005 S3-C3 Electronic Circuits 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2007 S4-C4 Data Structures 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2041 S5-EDI1 Engineering Design and

Innovation 1 1 6 7 4 20

30 50

IC2011 S6-M3 Discrete Structure and

Graph Theory 2 2 2 20 20 30 30

Total 15 14 29 22

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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology Issue 01 : Rev No. 1 : Dt. 01/07/18

Title : Course Structure FF No. 653

S.Y. B.Tech - Instrumentation and Control Engineering Structure Pattern B-19

with effect from Academic Year 2019-20 Semester –II

Course

Code

Course

Type Course Name

Teaching Learning Scheme Assessment Scheme (100 mark scale)

Th Lab Tut Hrs./

Week Credits

Continuous Assessment MSE ESE

Assignments

(10%)

Lab

(30%)

GD/PPT

(10%)

Viva

(20%) -50 marks

converted

to 15

-50 marks

converted

to 15

IC2002 S1-C5 Industrial Automation 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2004 S2-C6 Control Systems 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2006 S3-C7 Microprocessor and

Microcontrollers 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2008 S4-C8 Field Instrumentation 3 2 5 4 10 30 10 20 15 15

IC2042 S5-EDI2 Engineering Design and

Innovation 2 1 6 7 4 20

30 50

IC2012 S6-M4 Probability & Statistics 2 2 2 20 20 30 30

IC2016 S8-GP2 General Proficiency 2

Total 15 14 29 22

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IC2001 :: SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab: 2 Hours/Week

Section 1 : [IC2001_CO1, IC2001_CO2, IC2001_CO3, IC2001_CO4, IC2001_CO5, IC2001_CO6]

(a) Displacement and non-contact detection Measurement: Transducer definition,

classification, and performance characteristics. Resistive: Potentiometer equivalent circuits, charge

and voltage sensitivity. Inductive: LVDT, RVDT, variable, reluctance, self-inductance and mutual

inductance. Digital transducers: encoders – types of translational and rotary encoders. Proximity

sensors: inductive, capacitive, optical, ultrasonic, hall-effect and magnetic. Flapper nozzle:

sensitivity, characteristics.

(b) Speed and Vibration Measurement: stroboscopes, toothed rotor, eddy current,

electromagnetic transducers (moving coil, moving magnet), AC and DC tachometers: Hall Effect

proximity pickup, photoelectric, photo-reflective, pulse counting method. Seismic, LVDT,

piezoelectric.

(c) Weight and Temperature measurement: Strain measurement: principle, strain gauge, types,

gauge factor, gauge wire properties. Load cells-electromagnetic, vibrating string, magneto-

restrictive, magneto-elastic and cantilever beam. LVDT, strain gauge, inductive, piezo-electric

principles. Comparison of pneumatic, hydraulic and electronic Load cell. Temperature scales, units and relations, classification of temperature sensors.

Mechanical: bimetallic thermometer, its working principle Electrical: Resistance temperature detectors,

its types and comparison, circuits for lead wire compensation, Thermocouple: laws of

thermoelectricity, terminologies, types (B, E, J, K, R/, S, T), characteristics, study of thermocouple

tables, lead wire compensation, cold junction compensation techniques, protection (Thermo well),

EMF Measurement methods Thermistor: its types (NTC, PTC), measuring circuits, thermopiles.

Section 2: [IC2001_CO1, IC2001_CO2, IC2001_CO3, IC2001_CO4, IC2001_CO5, IC2001_CO6]

Pressure measurement: (a) Pressure scales, units and relations, manometers – U tube, well type,

inclined tube. Elastic – bourdon, diaphragm, bellows and their types. High pressure measurement –

bulk modulus cell, Differential pressure measurement: force balance, motion balance, capacitance

delta cell. Vacuum measurement: Units and relations, McLeod gauge, thermal conductivity (Pirani

Gauge, Thermocouple), Calibrating Instruments – Dead Weight Tester (Pressure, Vacuum).

(b) Flow Measurement: Units, Newtonian and non-newtonian fluids, Reynolds‟s number, laminar

and turbulent flows, velocity profile, Bernoulli‟s equation for incompressible flow, density, Beta

ratio, Reynolds‟s number correction, square root relation. Head type flow meters: Orifice

(eccentric, segmental, concentric), different pressure taps, venture-meter, pitot tube Variable area

type: Rotameter Other flow meters: Turbine, target, electromagnetic, ultrasonic (Doppler, transit

time), vortex shedding, positive displacement.

(c ) Level Measurement: Direct (Gauges): Hook type, sight glass: tubular, transparent and reflex,

float and tape. Indirect: Hydrostatic pressure, bubbler. Electrical : Float, displacer (torque tube

unit), ultrasonic, radioactive, radar (contact, non-contact – TDR / PDS ), thermal. Solid level

detectors electronic Load cell Float type: float & wire, float & board, capacitive, resistance.

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List of Practicals

1. To evaluate performance characteristics of LVDT.

2. To evaluate static characteristics of different proximity sensor.

3. Compare performance of optical pulsating speed sensor and tachometer.

4. To evaluate performance characteristics Load cell.

5. To evaluate performance characteristics Thermocouple/RTD.

6. To evaluate performance of C-type bourdon gauge.

7. Compare performance of electromagnetic flow meter and Rotameter.

8. To evaluate performance characteristics capacitive level sensor.

9. To evaluate performance of strain gauge configuration.

10. To find characteristics of rotary encoder.

11. To find performance of different level transmitter/switch.

12. To find the performance of flapper nozzle mechanism.

List of Project areas

1. Develop a signal conditioning circuit for various types of displacement, position, angular

displacement, speed, temperature, pressure, flow, level sensors.

2. Develop a model for different types of sensors.

Text Books 1. Nakra-Chaudhary, “Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis”, Tata McGraw Hill Publications -

21st

Reprint.

2. A. K. Sawhney, “Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation”, Dhanpat Rai and

Sons Publications, 2002.

3. R. K. Jain, “Mechanical and Industrial Measurement”, Khanna Publications - 9th print.

Reference Books

1. B. G. Liptak, “Process Measurement and Analysis”, Butterworth Heinemann, Third Edition.

2. E.O. Doebelin, “Measurement System Application and Design”, McGraw-Hill International

Publications - Fourth Edition.

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to –

1. IC2001_CO1: Understand working principle of different sensor [1] (PO1,PO2,

PO6,PO7,PO12,PSO1)

2. IC2001_CO2: Able to evaluate characteristics of sensor [1] (PO2, PO4, PO6,PO7,PO12,PSO1)

3. IC2001_CO3: Analyze the mathematical equation & solve different example of sensor [1]

(PO2, PO4, PO6,PO7,PO12,PSO1,PSO2,PSO3)

4. IC2001_CO4: Select suitable sensor for given application [1] (PO3, PO4, PO7, ,PSO1,PSO2)

5. IC2001_CO5: Compare different sensor with their performance [2] (PO2, PO4,

PO6,PO7,PO12,PSO1,PSO2,PSO3)

6. IC2001_CO6: Demonstrate practical knowledge, express effectively oral communication and

exhibit the skills to work in a team [2] (PO1,PO2, PO6,PO7,PO12,PSO1)

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IC2003 :: SIGNAL PROCESSING

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab: 2 Hours/Week

Section 1 : [IC2003_CO1, IC2003_CO2, IC2003_CO3, IC2003_CO4]

Signals and Systems

Signals – Continuous time and discrete time, time shift and time scale operations on signals,

sampling, discrete time systems - memory-less systems, linear time invariant systems, causality,

stability properties of linear time- invariant systems. Convolution of discrete time sequences,

properties of convolution.

Z Transforms

Z-Transforms: Introduction, properties of Z-transform, region of convergence, inverse Z

Transform-partial fraction expansion, power series expansion. Application of Z-transforms,

system function, poles and Zeros.

DFT and IDFT

Representation of sequences by Fourier transforms. Symmetry properties and Theorems of

Fourier transform, Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT): DFT and IDFT, Properties of DFT,

Circular convolution, linear convolution using DFT and IDFT

FFT and IFFT

Fast Fourier Transform (FFT and IFFT) – Radix 2 - DIT and DIF algorithms.

Section 2: [IC2003_CO5, IC2003_CO6]

FIR Filter Design

FIR filter design using windowing techniques. Low pass, High pass, Band Pass, Band stop filter

design by windowing method, Frequency sampling technique.

Analog Filter design and IIR Filter design

Analog filter design: Butterworth filters, Low pass Butterworth filter design. Digital IIR filter

design: Bilinear transformation, Impulse invariant transformation, Low pass IIR digital filters.

Frequency Transformation in the analog domain, frequency transformation for Digital Filters.

Quantization Effects: Review of binary representation of numbers–truncation and rounding–

coefficient quantization–roundoff noise and dynamic range. Finite word length effects in digital

filters

List of Practicals 1. Plot of impulse, step ramp signals, discrete signal sequence

2. Plot of continuous time and discrete time sinusoidal signal – understanding the concept of

Sampling Theorem

3. Time Shift and Time scale operations on Discrete signal

4. Linear Convolution

5. Frequency response of discrete time system

6. Compute and plot Discrete Fourier Transform

7. Circular and linear convolution using DFT and IDFT

8. To perform Fast Fourier transforms using radix 2 DIT, DIF algorithms.

9. FIR filter design by using windowing technique.

10. Analog Filter Design

11. IIR Filter Design by using Bilinear Transformations method.

12. IIR Filter Design by using Impulse Invariant Method

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List of Project areas

1. Filter Design and Implementation using MATLAB

2. Analysis of Biomedical Signals ECG, EEG etc

3. Speech and Speaker recognition/processing.

4. Harmonic analysis of vibration signal.

5. Noise estimation and removal/filtering.

Text Books

1. J. G. Proakis & D. G. Manolakis, “Digital Signal Processing –Principles, Algorithms and

Applications”, Prentice Hall of India.

2. E. C. Ifeachor & B. W. Jarvis ,“Digital Signal Processing- A Practical Approach”, Pearson

Education.

Reference Books

1. S. K. Mitra, “Digital signal processing- A computer based approach”, Tata McGraw Hill.

2. A. V. Oppenheim, R, W, Schafer, “Discrete time signal processing”, Prentice-Hall of India.

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to

1. IC2003_CO1: Digitize the continuous time signal, perform various operations on the signal

and analyze the properties of the given digital systems. [3] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5. PSO-2,3).

2. IC2003_CO2: Derive Z transform of the given digital signal and compute convergence of the

same. Compute inverse Z transform. Analyze the systems using Z transform [4] (PO1, 2, 3, 4,

5. PSO-2,3).

3. IC2003_CO3: Recognize signal spectrum using DFT , compute and plot the spectrum using

FFT , Analyze the signal in the frequency domain . [5] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5. PSO- 2, 3).

4. IC2003_CO4: Reconstruct time domain signal using IDFT Compute and plot time domain

signal using IFFT Algorithm (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5. PSO-2,3)

5. IC2003_CO5: Design FIR filters on paper to meet specific magnitude and phase requirements.

Use MATLAB to design the filters and analyze its response. Analyze the effect of

quantization on the response of the digital filters [4] (PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO2, 3)

6. IC2003_CO6: Design IIR filters on paper to meet specific magnitude and phase requirements.

Use MATLAB to design the filters and analyze its response. Analyze the effect of

quantization on the response of the digital filters [4] (PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO2, 3)

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IC2005 :: ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab: 2 Hours/Week

Section 1:

[IC2005_CO1, IC2005_CO2, IC2005_CO3]

Operational amplifiers datasheet interpretation and selection. Analysis of inverting and non-

inverting amplifier configurations. Drift in parameters due to temperature. Adder, differential and

summing amplifiers. Schmitt trigger, window detector, sample and hold, precision rectifiers,

astable multivibrator, instrumentation amplifier, active filters and other circuits. Signal

conditioning circuits using op-amps and other analog ICs. Frequency to voltage and voltage to

frequency convertors. Wien bridge and phase shift oscillators. Phase lock loop. DC voltage

regulators Various types of linear regulators ICs their types and specifications. Design of a

voltage regulator circuit and DC power supply.

Section 2 :

[IC2005_CO4, IC2005_CO5]

Review of logic gates, flip-flops and other digital logic circuits such as adder subtractor etc. TTL

and CMOS digital logic IC series such as 74LSxx, 74HCxx, 74HCTxx, 74AHCxx, CD4000 etc.

Fan-in, Fan-out and datasheet interpretation. Use of K-map and Boolean algebra for digital circuit

design and logic gate conversion. Counters and clock generators. Encoders, decoders,

multiplexers, demultiplexers and display drivers. Analog switches and multiplexers. Various

types of analog to digital converters (ADC) such as flash, single slope, dual slope, successive

approximation etc., and various types of digital to analog convertion (DAC) techniques.

Interpretation of ADC and DAC ICs, their specifications and selection for a given application.

List of Practicals Students should perform at least 12 practicals out of following:

1. Design of Inverting and Non-inverting amplifier 2. Design of Op-amp Differential Amplifier

3. Design of comparator using an operational amplifier 4. Design of an active Filter 5. Design of Square wave generator using an op-amp

6. Design and performance evaluation of a voltage regulator circuit 7. Implementation of the counter. 8. Implementation of BCD-TO-7-segment Decoder. 9. To Design, implement and Simulate the Full adder

10. To Design, implement and simulate the 3: 8 Decoder. 11. To Design, implement and Simulate Multiplexer 12. To Design, implement and simulate the Flip-Flop. 13. To Design, implement and simulate the Ring Counter. 14. To Design, implement and simulate the 4-bit comparator. 15. Design and Simulation of Various Counters and Shift Registers 16. Design and Simulate Analog to Digital Converter and Digital to Analog Converter

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List of Project areas

1. Analog and digital electronic systems.

2. Electronic measurement & instrumentation.

Text Books

1. Ramakant A. Gayakwad; Op-Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits; 4th

Edition, PHI

2. NIIT; Introduction to Digital Electronics; PHI

3. Thomas L. Floyd; Digital Fundamentals; Pearson

3. H. S. Kalsi; Electronic Instrumentation; Tata McGraw Hill

Reference Books

1. Leach, Malvino , Saha; Digital Principles and Applications; 8th

Edition, McGraw Hill

2. R. P. Jain; Modern Digital Electronics; 4th

Edition, McGraw Hill

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to –

1. IC2005_CO1: Interpret op-amp datasheets and select suitable op-amp. [1] (PO1, PO3, PO12,

PSO1)

2. IC2005_CO2: Analyze op-amp and linear IC circuits. [2] (PO1, PO2, PO3, PSO2)

3. IC2005_CO3: Design analog circuits using op-amps and other linear ICs. [4] (PO1, PO2,

PO3)

4. IC2005_CO4: Analyze and design digital circuits using suitable logic gates and flip-flops

using truth-table, Boolean algebra, K-map. [3] (PO1, PO2, PO3)

5. IC2005_CO5: Design digital circuits using digital ICs, analog to digital and digital to analog

converter ICs for a given application. [5] (PO1, PO2, PO3)

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IC2007 :: DATA STRUCTURES

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab: 2 Hours/Week

Section 1

[IC2007_CO1, IC2007_CO2, IC2007_CO3]

Introduction and Overview of C, Arrays: 1D and 2D Arrays, Storage Representation of Arrays,

Pointers Basic concept, , Dynamic memory allocation for array, Sparse Matrix implementation,

Structures, Array of structures and its operations, Functions & Structures, Structures and Pointers

Fundamentals of Data Structures, Types: Primitive, Non primitive, Linear, Nonlinear, Static,

Dynamic Data structures, Sorting Techniques: Selection, Bubble, Insertion, Merge, Quick sort,

Searching: Linear, Binary, Hashing techniques: Hash table, Hash functions

Fundamentals of stack, representation using array, Applications of stack: Recursion, Validity of

parentheses, Expression conversions and evaluations etc., Fundamentals of queue, representation

using array, Types of queue, Applications of Queue: Job Scheduling, Josephus problem etc.

Section 2

[IC2007_CO4, IC2007_CO5, IC2007_CO6]

Singly Linked Lists, Doubly linked Lists, Circular liked lists, Applications: Stack & Queue using

linked list, Polynomial Manipulation using linked list.

Basic terminology of trees, representation using array and linked list, Tree Traversals: Recursive

and Non recursive, Operations on binary tree: Finding Height, Leaf nodes, counting no of nodes

etc., Construction of binary tree from traversals, Binary Search trees (BST): Insertion, deletion of

a node from BST.

Graph: Introduction, Graph Representation, Adjacency Matrix, Adjacency List, Graph Traversals,

Depth First Search, Breadth First Search, topological sorting, Applications of Graph, Shortest

path finding algorithm.

List of Practicals

1. Write a program using Arrays

2. Write a program using Structures

3. Write a program using Pointers

4. Write a program to implement sorting (Quick) algorithms

5. Write a program to implement sorting (Merge)algorithms

6. Write a program to implement searching algorithms

7. Write a program using Stack

8. Write a program using Queue

9. Write a program using Singly and/or doubly Linked Lists

10. Write a program to implement tree traversal

11. Write a program to implement BST

12. Write a program to implement Graph data structure

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List of project areas

1. Implementation of DFS Search algorithms for given application/s

2. lamentation of BFS Search algorithms for given application/s

3. Implementation of Dijkshetra‟s shortest path finding algorithm for given application

4. Implementation of A* shortest path algorithm for given application

5. Development of a data base for the students of a class using concepts of Structures

6. Development of Ticket booking system using concepts of Queue and Stack

7. Implementation of Topological sort for given application

Text Books

1. Fundamentals of Data Structures in C”, E. Horwitz , S. Sahani, Anderson-Freed, Second

Edition, Universities Press.

2. Data structures using C and C++”, Y. Langsam, M.J. Augenstein, A.M.Tenenbaum, Pearson

Education, Second Edition

Reference Books

1. An Introduction to data Structures with applications”, J. Tremblay, P. soresan, TMH

Publication, 2nd Edition

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to –

1. IC2007_CO1: To interpret and diagnose the properties of data structures with their memory

representations [1] (PO 1,2,3,12, PSO 3)

2. IC2007_CO2: To comprehend various sorting and searching algorithms. [2] (PO 1, 2,3,4,12,

PSO 3)

3. IC2007_CO3: To use linear data structures like stacks, queues etc. with their applications [2]

(PO 1, 2,3,12, PSO 3)

4. IC2007_CO4: To handle operations like searching, insertion, deletion, traversing mechanism

etc. on tree. [3] (PO 1, 2,3,4,12, PSO 3)

5. IC2007_CO5: To demonstrate the use of binary tree traversals and to perform various

operations on nonlinear data structures. [3] (PO 1, 2,3,4,12, PSO 3)

6. IC2007_CO6: To implement the graph data structures to solve engineering problems. [4] (PO

1, 2,3,4,12, PSO 3)

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IC2041 :: ENGINEERING DESIGN AND INNOVATION 1

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 1 Hours/Week

Lab: 6 Hours/Week

[IC2041_CO1, IC2041_CO2, IC2041_CO3, IC2041_CO4, IC2041_CO5]

It is based on Real time project implementation in the chosen specific defined area.

Areas:

Agriculture

Healthcare

Automotive

Process

Control

IoT

It is having Group formation, discussion with faculty advisor, formation of the project statement,

resource requirement, identification and implementation and Time scheduling of the project.

Decide the Area

Decide the live problem

Find out the scope of the project

Do the literature survey and Finalize the building blocks of the project

Decide the costing and time scheduling

Finalize the technology required.

Study and practice the given technology

Technology:

Sensors

Analog and Digital Circuits

Signal Conditioning circuits

Embedded

Signal Processing tools like MATLAB, LabView

Field visits

Expert discussions

Project to be completed with detailed design, implementation, test case preparations, testing and

demonstration

continuous assessment for the activities mentioned has been carried out throughout the semester

The student should prepare a consolidated report in LaTeX /word and submit it before term end.

Project consists of presentation and oral examination based upon the project work demonstration

of the fabricated/designed equipment or software developed for simulation. The said examination

will be conducted by a panel of examiners, consisting of preferably guide working as internal

examiners and another external examiner preferably from an industry or university.

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Text Books

As per the requirement of the project

Course Outcomes

Students will be able to

1. IC2041_CO1: Design solutions for given engineering problem [5] (PO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7 PSO- 1,2,3)

2. IC2041_CO2: Demonstrate practical knowledge by constructing models/algorithms for real time

applications [3] (PO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7 PSO- 1,2,3)

3. IC2041_CO3: Express effectively in written and oral communication[2] (PO- 8,10,12 PSO- 1)

4. IC2041_CO4: Exhibit the skills to work in a team [1] (PO- 8,9,12 PSO-2)

5. IC2041_CO5: Prepare a time chart and financial record for execution of the project[2] ( PO-

8,11,12 PSO-3)

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IC2011 :: DISCRETE STRUCTURE AND GRAPH THEORY

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab: 2 Hours/Week

Section 1

[IC2011_CO1, IC2011_CO2, IC2011_CO3]

Logic and Proofs

Propositional logic, applications of propositional logic, propositional equivalences, predicates and

quantifiers, rules of inference, introduction to proofs: direct, contrapositive, contradiction, counter

example, principle of mathematical induction, strong induction.

Elementary Discrete Structures & Basic Counting

Elementary set theory, relations, functions, basic counting principles, permutations, combinations,

generalized permutations and combinations (with/without repetitions,

distinguishable/indistinguishable objects)

Advanced Counting Techniques

Pigeon-Hole Principle, generalized pigeon-hole principle, Inclusion Exclusion Principle:

Counting, Euler‟s phi function

Section 2

[IC2011_CO4, IC2011_CO5, IC2011_CO6]

Recurrence relations

Recurrence relations, modeling using recurrence relations, some examples from: Fibonacci

numbers, Derangements, Tower of Hanoi, solution of linear recurrence relations with constant

coefficients (homogeneous and inhomogeneous)

Elementary Number Theory

Integers, divisibility, greatest common divisor, Euclid's algorithm, linear congruences, chinese

remainder theorem, prime numbers: Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, (without proof),

Fermat‟s little theorem.

Graph Theory

Graphs, different representations, properties of incidence and adjacency matrices,

directed/undirected graphs, connected components, degree of a vertex, paths, cycles in graph,

Trees, bipartite graphs (graph with only odd cycles, 2-colorable graphs), Planar graphs, Graph

colorings.

List of Project areas

1. Implementation of Pigeon-Hole principle for given application

2. Implementation of Euler‟s phi function

3. Implementation of Euclid‟s algorithm for given application

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Text Books

1. Kenneth Rosen, “Discrete Mathematics and its applications” Edition II, William C Brown

Publisher

2. Alan Tucker, “Applied Combinatorics”, Wiley Publishing Company

3. Peter J. Cameron, “Combinatorics: Topics, techniques, algorithms” Cambridge University

Press

Reference Books

1. “Reinhard Diestel”, Graph Theory by Springer Verlag Publishing Company

2. “Douglas B. West”, Introduction to Graph Theory, Prentice-Hall publishers

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to –

1. IC2011_CO1: Express mathematical properties via the formal language of propositional and

predicate logic (PO 1, 2,3,4,12 PSO 3) [2]

2. IC2011_CO2: Demonstrate use of pigeon-hole and inclusion-exclusion principle in solving

engineering problems (PO 1, 2, 3,4,12 PSO 3) [2]

3. IC2011_CO3: Reason mathematically about elementary discrete structures used in computer

algorithms and systems (PO 1, 2, 3,4,12 PSO 3) [3]

4. IC2011_CO4: Develop recurrence relations for a given problems (PO 1, 2,3,12 PSO 3) [3]

5. IC2011_CO5: Justify and use various theorems‟ associated with Elementary number theory

(PO 1, 2, 3,4,12 PSO 3) [4]

6. IC2011_CO6: Device effective solution for given problem using Graph theory and associated

algorithms (PO 1, 2, 3,4,12 PSO 3) [5]

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IC2002 :: INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab : 2 Hours/Week

Section 1: [IC2002_CO1, IC2002_CO2, IC2002_CO3]

Automation and PLC Hardware :

Automation: fundamentals of industrial automation need and role of automation, Types of Industrial

automation system, Evolution of automation. PLC introduction : Types of processes, comparison,

evolution of PLC, definition, Types of PLC, Programming devices, functions, advantages,

Architecture, Construction and signal processing of DI-DO-AI-AO Modules, working of PLC, Scan

time, Source & sink Concepts ,Wiring Different field Devices to PLC.

Basics of PLC Programming:

PLC programming: Development of Relay Logic Ladder Diagram, Introduction to PLC

Programming software , Creating new application, addressing, Basic Instruction such as Set and

Reset, Concept of Latching, Simple on –off applications, PLC Timers and Counters, Applications

Based on timers and Counters PLC Interfacing, PLC Programming languages as per IEC 61131-3 like

LD, IL, ST,

Advanced PLC Programming:

Advanced PLC Instructions such as Comparison Instruction, Data movement instructions, Logical

Instruction, Mathematical Instruction, Special Mathematical instructions, Program flow control

instructions. BIN, BCD Instructions, Upload / Download / Monitoring of Programming using

advanced instructions for different applications, PID Control using PLC. Applications using advanced

plc programming.

Programming languages as per IEC 61131-3 like FBD, SFC

Section 2 : [IC2002_CO1, IC2002_CO2, IC2002_CO4, IC2002_CO5, IC2002_CO6]

PLC Interfacing to AC and DC Drives/HMI/Hydraulic/Pneumatic/Motion control

Need, Objective and Benefits of Drives, Types of Drives, Selection criteria for drives, Advantages

and disadvantages of drives. Working and construction of VFD, Different methods of speed control,

Applications of VFD, Different modes of VFD Such as PU, External and Network mode, Interfacing

of VFD TO PLC

Need of HMI, Advantages of using HMI, Different elements and applications in hydraulic and

pneumatic system, PLC Interface to Hydraulic/Pneumatic circuits.

Introduction of Motion control, different elements in motion control, Block diagram of motion

control system, Applications of motion control.

SCADA :

General definition and SCADA components. Need of SCADA system, application & benefits, PLCs

Vs RTUs, RTU Block diagram, MTU communication interface, Types of SCADA System, Future

trends, Internet based SCADA display system, Comparison of different SCADA packages. Trending,

Historical data storage and Reporting, Alarm management. Programming techniques For: Creation of

pages, Sequencing of pages, Creating graphics and Animation and development of application using

SCADA System.

Robotics : Fundamentals of Robotics, Robot definition and classification, brief history, types,

advantages and disadvantages of robots, robot components, Robot terminologies like position,

orientation, degree of freedom, configuration, workspace (reach), kinematics, dynamics, accuracy,

repeatability, path, trajectory, robot joints, robot coordinates, robot reference frames, robot

applications and social issues.

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Robot Kinematics: Position Analysis: Robots as mechanisms, matrix representation, homogeneous

transformation matrices, representation of transformations, inverse of transformation matrices,

forward and inverse kinematics of robots, inverse kinematic solution of robots.

Trajectory Planning: Path vs. trajectory, joint-space vs. Cartesian-space descriptions, basics of

trajectory planning, joint-space trajectory planning. Cartesian-space trajectories.

List of Practicals 1. Develop and Simulate Ladder program for simple on-off applications.

2. Develop and Simulate Ladder program for timing applications.

3. Develop and Simulate Ladder program for counting applications.

4. Develop and Simulate Instruction list programming for given process.

5. Develop and Simulate Structure Text Programming for given process.

6. Develop and Simulate FBD for given process.

7. Develop and Simulate applications in PLC using advanced instructions

8. Creating and Configuring a Project and tags in SCADA

9. Develop and simulate the level control loop using SCADA

10. Interfacing PLC to hydraulic & Pneumatic circuits using PLC

11. Study of VFD / Inverter control using PLC

12. Interfacing Motion Control / Servo systems to PLC

List of Project areas

1. Development of Automation system for application.

2. Speed control using PLC based PID Control system.

3. Development of GUI for application.

4. PLC interfacing to pneumatic system.

5. Design and develop SCADA System for application.

Text Books

5. Saeed B. Niku, “Introduction to Robotics: Analysis, Systems, Applications”, PHI

Reference Books

2. M.P.Groover, “Industrial robotics Technology, programming and applications”, MGH Book Co.

Course Outcomes : The students will be able to:

1. IC2002_CO1: Comprehend the fundamentals of PLC, SCADA, Robotics and Automation. [1]

(PO-1, 2, 3, 4, PSO-1, 2, 3)

2. IC2002_CO2: Develop PLC, SCADA programs using basic instructions in various programming

languages for given application. [4] (PO-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-1, 2, 3)

3. IC2002_CO3: Apply advanced instructions to solve complex problems of automation. [5]

(PO-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-1, 2, 3)

4. IC2002_CO4: Interface, HMI, Drives, Hydraulic-Pneumatic-motion control components to PLC.

[3] (PO-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-1, 2, 3)

5. IC2002_CO5: Analyze the forward and inverse kinematics of the given configuration. [4] (PO-1, 2,

3, 4, PSO-1, 2, 3)

6. IC3002_CO6: Estimate the shortest path and subsequent trajectory planning in Cartesian and joint

space. [5] (PO-1, 2, 3, 4, PSO-1, 2, 3)

1. John Webb, “Programmable Logic Controllers”, Prentice Hall of India.

2. Frank D Petruzella “Programmable logic controller “, McGraw-Hill Education.

3. Gary Dunning,“Introduction to Programmable Logic controllers”, Delmar Thomson Learning.

4. SCADA by Stuart A Boyer : ISA 1999

1. Richard Cox, “Programmable Controllers”, International Thomson Computer Press.

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IC2004:: CONTROL SYSTEMS

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 3 Hours/Week

Lab : 2 Hours/Week

Section 1: [IC2004_CO1, IC2004_CO2, IC2004_CO3, IC2004_CO4]

Introduction to basics of control systems Concepts of control systems with examples: Feed-back,

Open-loop, closed loop , Representation of physical Systems-electrical and mechanical

translational systems. Laplace transforms and properties, Differential equations and Transfer

functions, Classical control actions as proportional, integral and derivative control, Signal Flow

graphs. Time domain analysis of control systems Impulse response of a system, first order

systems, second order systems and their response to impulse and step inputs, time domain

specifications of first and second order systems, static error coefficients. Response of first order

systems to ramp input, dynamic error coefficients. Stability analysis in s-plane Concept and

classification of stability, Pole-zero plots, effects of addition of poles and zeros on stability,

Hurwitz Criterion, Routh Array. Analysis of relative stability using Routh array. Root Locus:

definition and properties, rules for constructing root locus, Lag, Lead, Lag-lead compensator

design using root locus.

Section 2: [IC2004_CO5, IC2004_CO6]

Frequency domain analysis of control systems Frequency response and frequency domain

specifications, correlation between frequency and time domain specifications, Bode Plot,

construction of actual and asymptotic Bode plots, stability analysis, Determination of transfer

function from Bode plot. Determining value of gain for marginal stability gain and phase margins,

Polar plots Polar plots - concept and technique for constructing polar plots, polar plot for typical

type I, II and III systems. Determination of gain cross over frequency, phase cross over frequency,

gain margin, phase margin from polar plots. Nyquist plots Principle of argument, Mapping

theorem, Nyquist stability criterion, Nyquist plots - concept and technique for constructing

Nyquist plots

List of Practicals

1. Write a Program for obtaining a transfer function from the given poles and zeros and vice

versa. Stability of the system from pole-zero plot.

2. Write a Program to obtain impulse, step, and ramp response of a transfer function.

3. Write a Program for obtaining transient response of a transfer function and compute time

domain specifications of the same.

4. Derive transfer function of a typical RLC circuit, using MATLAB obtain its impulse and step

response

5. For a RLC circuit analyze the step response for identifying damping (overdamped,

underdamped, critically damped, undamped)of the system using MATLAB

6. Write a Program for obtaining root locus of a transfer function and observe the effect of

addition of pole/zero.

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7. Design Lag compensator using root locus. Compare the response of compensated and

uncompensated system

8. Design Lead compensator using root locus. Compare the response of compensated and

uncompensated system

9. Design Lag-Lead compensator using root locus. Compare the response of compensated and

uncompensated system

10. Write a Program for obtaining Bode plot of a transfer function and compute frequency domain

specifications of the same.

11. Write a Program for obtaining polar plot of the system and determine system stability.

12. Write a Program for obtaining Nyquist plot of the system and determine system stability.

List of Project areas

1. Deriving transfer function of a real life system- any process loop, DC motor, inverted

pendulum

2. System identification of a typical process using MATLAB.

3. Simulation / Realization of closed loop control system using typical process loop components.

Text Books / Reference Books

1. Modern Control Engineering By K Ogata

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to

1. IC2004_CO1: Utilization of Laplace transform for system analysis- finding system transfer

function, system response, stability of the system [4](PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

2. IC2004_CO2: Derive time domain specification and error coefficients for the given system.

[3] (PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

3. IC2004_CO3: Analyze the stability of the given system and obtain the root locus for the same.

[4] (PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

4. IC2004_CO4: Design Lag/Lead compensator using Root Locus [5](PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

5. IC2004_CO5: Analyze the given system in frequency domain, derive and compute frequency

domain specifications [4](PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

6. IC2004_CO6: Analysis of system using the bode plot, polar plot, Nyquist plot of the system.

[5] (PO1,2,3,4,5, PSO 2)

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IC2006 :: MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLERS

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory : 3 Hours/Week

Lab : 2 Hours/Week

Section 1

[IC2006_CO1, IC2006_CO2, IC2006_CO3]

8-bit Microcontroller Architecture and Applications:

Programming for computation, Interrupt, Timers and Counters, delays, PWM, various Serial

communication, SPI, I2C etc., Power down and Idle mode. Interfacing Output devices/Actuators

LED, Relays, LCD, Various motors, DAC etc. Input device/Sensors like various keyboards &

switches, ADC. Introduction to Communication protocols like RS232, RS485, Modbus, etc.

Section 2

[IC2006_CO4, IC2006_CO5, IC2006_CO6]

ARM Microprocessor Architecture and Applications:

Introduction to ARM processors and its versions, ARM7, ARM9 & ARM11 features, advantages

&suitability in embedded application, registers, CPSR, SPSR, ARM and RISC design

philosophy,ARM7 data flow model, programmers model, modes of operations.

ARM7 Based Microcontroller LPC2148: Features, Architecture (Block Diagram and Its

Description), Memory Map, GPIO, Pin Connect Block, timer, Instruction set, programming in

assembly language. Interfacing of I/O devices such as LED, LCD, KEYPAD, etc with LPC2148,

GPIO Programming examples using timers of LPC2148 to generate delay, serial communication

programming UART.

List of Practicals

1. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller-LED, Relay

2. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller- 7 segment display

3. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller- LCD display

4. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller- ADC

5. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller-DAC

6. Interfacing with 8-bit microcontroller- Stepper Motor

7. Interfacing with LPC2148 - LED, Relay (GPIO configuration)

8. Interfacing with LPC2148 - Stepper Motor

9. Interfacing with LPC2148 –LCD

10. Programming built-in ADC of LPC 2148

11. Programming built-in PWM of LPC 2148

12. Interfacing with LPC2148 –Keyboard/ switches/ 7-segment display

List of Project areas

To develop a prototype using a Mid-range Microprocessor OR Microcontroller in the field of

Agriculture/Rural Development/ for specially-abled persons/ smart city, etc.

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Text Books

1. Andrew Sloss, Dominic Symes, Chris Wright, ―ARM System Developer„s Guide –

Designing and Optimizing System Software‖, ELSEVIER

2. Mahumad Ali Mazadi, ―The 8051 microcontroller & embedded systems‖ 2nd Edition ,PHI

3. Raj Kamal Embedded Systems , Tata McGraw-Hill

Reference Books

1. Han - Way Huang, “The Atmel AVR Microcontroller - Mega and Xmega in Assembly and

C”, 1st Edition.

2. LPC 214x User manual (UM10139):- www.nxp.com

3. ARM architecture reference manual: - www.arm.com

4. Trevor Martin, An Engineer„s Introduction to the LPC2100 series‖, Hitex (UK)

5. Dr. K. V. K. K. Prasad, Gupta Dass, Verma "Programming for Embedded system Wiley -

Dreamtech India Pvt. Ltd.

Course Outcomes:

The student will be able to –

1. IC2006_CO1: Comprehend the fundamentals of 8-bit micro controller [1] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

PSO-2, 3)

2. IC2006_CO2: Configure and utilize components like Timer, Counter, Memory etc of micro

processors& micro controller [2] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-2, 3)

3. IC2006_CO3: Interface various off chip components like LCD, ADC, DAC, Motors, External

memory to micro controller [3] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-2, 3)

4. IC2006_CO4: Comprehend the fundamentals of 8-bit micro controller [1] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

PSO-2, 3)

5. IC2006_CO5: Write an program for given application using ARM Microprocessors [5]

(PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-2, 3)

6. IC2006_CO6: Interface the peripherals to ARM based system [4] (PO1, 2, 3, 4, 5, PSO-2, 3)

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IC2008 :: FIELD INSTRUMENTATION

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory : 3 Hours/Week

Lab : 2 Hours/Week

Section 1 : [ IC2008_CO1, IC2008_CO2, IC2008_CO3, IC2008_CO4, IC2008_CO6]

Industrial Control Devices

Switches: construction, symbolic representation, working, application of toggle switch, slide

switch, DIP switch, rotary switch, thumbwheel switch, selector switch, push button, limit switch,

emergency switch, micro-switches, review of process switches, switch specifications.

Relays: construction, working, specifications, terminologies and applications of Electro-

mechanical relay, hermetically sealed relay, reed relay, solid-state relays and timing relay.

Contactors: construction, working, specifications and applications of contactors. Comparison

between relay and contactor.

Development of electrical wiring diagram using standard symbols of above components.

Hydraulic Components

Hydraulics: principle, block diagram, advantages, disadvantages, applications, hydraulic fluid

desirable properties, Types of hydraulic oil and its selection.

Hydraulic components: hydraulic power pack, hydraulic pumps, actuators, filters, piping, heat

exchangers valves and motors.

Hydraulic circuits: development of hydraulic circuits using standard symbols, hydraulic circuits

like meter in, meter out, reciprocating, speed control, sequencing of cylinders, direction control,

deceleration, regenerative circuit, etc. troubleshooting in hydraulic circuits. Introduction to circuit

design.

Motor control circuits

Electrical wiring diagram: standard symbols used for electrical wiring diagram, sequencing and

interlocking for motors, wiring diagrams in relation to motors like starting, stopping, reversing

direction of rotation, emergency shutdown, (direct on line, star delta), braking, starting with

variable speeds, jogging / inching, Motor Control Center: concept and wiring diagram.

Protection of motors: short circuit protection, over load protection, low / under voltage

protection, phase reversal protection, over temperature protection.

Section 2 : [IC2008_CO1, IC2008_CO2, IC2008_CO3, IC2008_CO4, IC2008_CO5, IC2008_CO6]

Special Purpose Motors

Stepper motor: principle, types, terminologies, half-stepping and micro-stepping techniques,

characteristics, specifications, applications.

Servomotors: construction, working, features, advantages, disadvantages, characteristics of AC

and DC servomotor, comparison with stepper motor. AC and DC position and speed control.

Synchros for error detector, position measurement and control.

DC Micro motors: types, construction, working, characteristics and applications.

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Pneumatic Components

Pneumatics: principle, block diagram, advantages, disadvantages, applications. Fluidic elements

and its applications

Pneumatic components: pneumatic power Supply, types of pneumatic relay, FRL unit,

pneumatic actuator (cylinders and air motors), pneumatic valves,

Pneumatic circuits: development of pneumatic circuits using standard symbols, sequence diagram

(step-displacement) for implementing pneumatic circuits, different pneumatic circuits like

reciprocating, sequencing, block transfer, speed regulation, job sorting, electro-pneumatic circuits,

etc

Mechanical and control panel components

Springs (compression, extension, torsion, flat, leaf and motor spring), Gears (spur, bevel, gear

trains).

Control Panel: Control panel basics, control room layout, Electric Power Systems, Instrument

Power Requirements, Instrument Power Distribution, Control Room Lighting, Communication

Systems

Control Panel Types, Flat face Panels, Breakfront Panels, Consoles, Comparison of Panel Types,

Panel Layout, Control Panel Bid Specifications, Panel Inspections

List of Practicals Students should perform at least 12 practicals out of following:

1. Implementation of logic circuits using switches.

2. Implementation of relay logic electrical wiring for given application.

3. Implementation of latching, sequencing and interlocking electrical wiring for given application

using contactor.

4. Implementation and testing of hydraulic circuit.

5. Implementation and testing of pneumatic circuit.

6. Testing of hydraulic logic circuit using H-simulator.

7. Testing of pneumatic logic circuit using P-simulator.

8. Study of Synchro Transmitter Receiver.

9. Implementation of various operational modes of stepper motor.

10. Study the characteristics of Servo motor.

11. Implementation of motor protection circuits.

12. Demonstration of control panel components.

13. Demonstration of Motor Control Centre components.

14. Demonstration of mechanical control components.

List of Project areas

1. Logic implementation using switches like Safety Systems, Burner Management system, Auto-

Manual station, Water level control system, Staircase wiring, Compressor control system, DC

Motor direction control, Pump control system, Pick and Place control, Object counting on

conveyor belt, etc.

2. Relay based projects like Two tank level control scheme, Sequencing of lamps and motors,

Interlocking of lamps and motors, Sequencing of 3 motors using time delay, Furnace control

system, Safety Alarm system, Relay testing jig, Street light controller, etc.

3. Contactor based projects like Semi-automatic contactor testing jig, Sequencing of two 3-phase

motors with time delay, Interlocking of two 3-phase motors, Direction control of 3-phase

motors, Latching of Starter / DOL Starter, Star-Delta Starter, etc.

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4. Stepper Motor / Servo Motor / Micro-motor based projects like Robotic trolley motion control

for geometrical shapes, Speed control of DC motor using PWM, Sun-tracking of solar panel,

Direction control of DC motor using H-Bridge, Pick and Place control, 3-D printer, Robotic

arm, Line Tracer, Motor faulty Simulator, Motor Protection circuits, Gear box design for speed

and torque requirements, Spring design for given application, etc.

5. Hydraulics and Pneumatics based projects like Job punching, stamping, Job sorting according

to its dimension, colour, weight, etc. Metal Strip riveting, Box transfer on conveyor belt, Box

sealing, Labeling, Material handling, Sequencing of three cylinders, Speed control of

pneumatic motor, Logical applications of pneumatics, Commodity centre automation, Fruit

sorting as per colour, Paper cup folding mechanism, Roti maker, Reciprocating the cylinder,

Regenerative circuit, Safety press mechanism, Can / bottle sealing mechanism, etc.

Text Books

1. Majumdar, “Pneumatic Systems: Principles and Maintenance”, TMH Publications.

2. F. D. Petruzella “Industrial Electronics”, Glancor Publications.

3. B. L. Theraja, “Electrical Technology”, S. Chand and Company.

Reference Books

1. C.T. Kilian, “Modern Control Technology: Components & Systems”, Thomson Learning

Publications.

2. “Industrial Hydraulic Technology Parker Motion & Control, Training Department.

3. Festo Controls, “Fundamentals of Pneumatic Control Engineering”, Banglore.

Course Outcomes

The student will be able to:

1. IC2008_CO1: Explain the working of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic components and special

purpose motors. [1] (PO-1, 2, 3,4,10, PSO-1,2,3)

2. IC2008_CO2: Develop electrical wiring diagrams, hydraulic and pneumatic circuits for given

application. [4] (PO-1, 2, 3,4, PSO-1,2,3)

3. IC2008_CO3: Select and size the electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic components

to solve a problem. [5] (PO-1, 2, 3, PSO-1,2,3)

4. IC2008_CO4: Identify, formulate and solve a problem using electrical, mechanical, hydraulic

and pneumatic system. [4] (PO-1, 2, 3,4, PSO-1,2,3)

5. IC2008_CO5: Define the use of mechanical components and control panels [2] (PO-1, 2, 3,

PSO-1,2,3)

6. IC2008_CO6: Demonstrate practical knowledge, communication and team skills, by

constructing models for real time applications [3] (PO-1, 2, 3,4,5,6,8,9,10,11,12, PSO-1,2,3)

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IC2042 :: ENGINEERING DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT 2

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory: 1 Hours/Week

Lab: 6 Hours/Week

[IC2042_CO1, IC2042_CO2, IC2042_CO3, IC2042_CO4, IC2042_CO5]

It is based on Real time project implementation in the chosen specific defined area.

Areas:

Agriculture

Healthcare

Automotive

Process

Control

IoT

It is having Group formation, discussion with faculty advisor, formation of the project statement,

resource requirement, identification and implementation and Time scheduling of the project.

Decide the Area

Decide the live problem

Find out the scope of the project

Do the literature survey and Finalize the building blocks of the project

Decide the costing and time scheduling

Finalize the technology required.

Study and practice the given technology

Technology:

Sensors

Analog and Digital Circuits

Signal Conditioning circuits

Embedded

Signal Processing tools like MATLAB, LabView

Field visits

Expert discussions

Project to be completed with detailed design, implementation, test case preparations, testing and

demonstration.

continuous assessment for the activities mentioned has been carried out throughout the semester

The student should prepare a consolidated report in LaTeX /word and submit it before term end.

Project consists of presentation and oral examination based upon the project work demonstration

of the fabricated/designed equipment or software developed for simulation. The said examination

will be conducted by a panel of examiners, consisting of preferably guide working as internal

examiners and another external examiner preferably from an industry or university.

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Text Books

As per the requirement of the project

Course Outcomes

Students will be able to

1. IC2042_CO1: Design solutions for given engineering problem [5] (PO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7 PSO- 1,2,3)

2. IC2042_CO2: Demonstrate practical knowledge by constructing models/algorithms for real time

applications [3] (PO-1,2,3,4,5,6,7 PSO- 1,2,3)

3. IC2042_CO3: Express effectively in written and oral communication[2] (PO- 8,10,12 PSO- 1)

4. IC2042_CO4: Exhibit the skills to work in a team [1] (PO- 8,9,12 PSO-2)

5. IC2042_CO5: Prepare a time chart and financial record for execution of the project[2] ( PO-

8,11,12 PSO-3)

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IC2012 :: PROBABILTY AND STATISTICS

Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: Theory : 2 Hours/Week

Section 1

[IC2012_CO1, IC2012_CO2, IC2012_CO3]

Data analysis

Data basics – numerical and categorical variables, Observational studies and experiments,

sampling and sources of bias - exploratory analysis and inference, sampling methods – simple,

stratified, cluster and multistage sampling, experimental design – principles of experimental

design, Experimental terminology – placebo, blinding etc., Measures of center and spread, data

transformation

Probability & Probability distributions

Introduction, Counting and sets; Probability basics; Independence; Conditional probability;

Probability trees; Bayesian inference; Probability distributions such as Normal distribution,

Binomial distribution etc.

Section 2

[IC2012_CO4, IC2012_CO5, IC2012_CO6]

Random variables

Cumulative distribution function, probability density function, Random variables such as Laplace,

Erlang, Gamma, Chi-square etc.; conditional distributions and density functions; Expected value,

moments, central moments; Joint Cumulative distribution function, joint probability density

function, Probability mass function

Inferential Statistics

Sampling variability and central limit theorem, Confidence interval for mean, hypothesis testing

for mean, Inference, Inference for comparing means, ANOVA, Bootstrapping, Proportions,

Hypothesis testing for proportions, Chi-square GOF test, Chi-square independence test

Linear regression and modeling

Correlation, residuals, least squares, conditions for linear regression, outliers, variability

partitioning, multiple linear regression – hypothesis testing, collinearity, parsimony, Model

selection, Diagnostics for Multiple regression

Statistical Quality Control

Quality improvement and statistics, Quality control, Process control, Control charts – principles,

design, analysis of patterns, control charts for measurements, control charts for attributes, control

chart performance

Text books

1. Probability and Statistics for Engineers – Johnson, Gupta, Pearson Prentice Hall, 3rd

edition

2. Applied statistics and probability for Engineers – Montgomery, Runger, Wiley India, 3rd

Edition

3. Probability and random processes – Miller, Childers, Elsevier, 2nd

Edition

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Reference books

1. NPTEL Video – „Probability and Statistics‟ – Prof. Dr. Somesh Kumar, IIT Kharagpur

2. Coursera MOOCs – Introduction to Probability and data; Inferential statistics; Linear

Regression and Modeling; Bayesian Statistics

Course Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Course, the student would be able to-

1. IC2012_CO1: Perform data analysis by various approaches [2] (PO1,2,4, PSO2)

2. IC2012_CO2: Define probability and perform tasks based on axioms of probability and

various probability distributions [2] (PO1,2,4,PSO2)

3. IC2012_CO3: Understand behavior of various random variables and various data distribution

functions [3] (PO1,2,4,PSO2)

4. IC2012_CO4: Perform mean and variance based analysis and carry out hypothesis testing [3]

(PO1,2,4,PSO2)

5. IC2012_CO5: Perform linear and multiple linear Regression [5] (PO1,2,4,PSO2)

6. IC2012_CO6: Analyze control charts for Statistical Quality Control [3] (PO1,2,4,PSO2)

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IC2016:: GENERAL PROFECIENCY 2

Credits: Audit Course

General Proficiency (GP):

General Proficiency Audit course gives learning opportunities related to social and extracurricular

activities. It helps overall development of students through various social, cultural, sports

activities. Enhance awareness and commitment towards active citizenship and social

responsibility, leadership qualities, communication skills, Prioritize commitments and employ

time management skills to maintain balance between academic work, co-curricular and

extracurricular activities, develop positive attitude towards under-privileged sections of the

society will be outcome of these courses.

GP2:

Second Year Students are expected to plan, execute and actively participate in any one or more

pre-determined social activities (under the supervision of faculty and members of team Student

Council/VIT-Socials) for a minimum duration of 8 hours (1 day). These activities will be carried

out at various locations jointly with Non-Government Organizations, Semi-Govt. authorities,

Govt. authorities, Social Forums, Foundations, etc.

Student is expected to prepare and submit a report under the supervision of Guardian faculty on

Vishwakarma Online Learning Platform.

List of Project areas includes:

1. Cleanliness drives at pre-defined places

2. Street Plays for social, economic awareness of citizens (drugs, corruption, election awareness,

cleanliness, etc.)

3. Tree Plantation

4. Digital Literacy: Impart training regarding use of digital media for bill payments

5. Teach for India: Training of school students in rural areas, government schools

6. Rain harvesting related activities

7. Awareness of Various Govt. schemes for benefit of citizens

8. Women empowerment

9. Contribution towards plastic free environment

10. Skill India: Training for skills development to unemployed youth

Conditions for Passing GP2 course:

To pass this course a student needs to do 8 hour (1 day) activity as given above and submit its

detail report along with photographs.

If a student does the social activity but fails to submit the report within the given deadlines,

student will not pass the GP2 course.

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