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M.S. RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BANGALORE (Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to VTU) SYLLABUS (For the Academic year 2015 – 2016) III to IV Semester B.E. Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering 1 M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Introduction to the Department: Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering was established in the year 1992 as Department of Instrumentation Technology and renamed recently by VTU. The department has been accredited by NBA three times and also has ISO 9001:2008 Quality management System in place. The synergy of the progressive management, committed faculty, staff, and students are ensuring in excellent academic results year after year. The goal and objective of the department have been to prepare the students Industry-ready by aligning Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering education program to the current technology and the best practices in the area of Embedded system, Sensor technology and Industrial Automation technologies in general and specially for deployment of these technologies in building Industrial Automation Systems with latest advances in Information, Communication and Networking. The Vision of the Department: To become world class centre of excellence in the field of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering for education and research The Mission of the Department: To empower and imbibe students with technical knowledge and practical skills in the field of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, enabling them to work as professionals in globally competitive environment and contribute to the society through research in higher studies. In line with this mission, the department takes their program closer to present technology and practices in industry by training the students in the laboratory and theory courses. The department has one of best state of art PLC and SCADA laboratory with Allen Bradley PLCs and SCADA from Schneider Electric along with licensed RS Logix automation software tool. These systems are very widely used in industry for automation. Hence training on this provides good scope for students to get placement in core companies. Program Educational objectives: PEO 1 Ability to analyze and solve problems in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering related to industry and research applying knowledge in Mathematics, physical science and Engineering. PEO 2 Ability to carry out design, development, installation and commissioning of industrial automation system. PEO 3 Ability to communicate effectively, work with team, practice professional ethics, and engage in lifelong learning. 2 Program Outcomes: a. Able to apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science and engineering for solving problems in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. b. Able to design the appropriate procedures to conduct an experiment successfully and analyze the experimental data. c. Able to utilize the design process for realizing instrumentation components and subsystem to meet requirement. d. Able to design, develop and implementation of an industrial automation system for complex process/system with realistic constraints. e. Able to use a wide range of modern software tools related to electronics and instrumentation engineering for design, development, simulation, implementation, verification and certification. f. Able to develop an understanding and respect different people’s civilization while providing engineering solution. g. Able to assess the impact of scientific and technological developments on projected economic, social and environmental systems and investigate viable solutions. h. Able to apply ethical principles in professional career related in electronics and instrumentation engineering practice. i. Able to analyze and solve the multidisciplinary nature of a problem (technical and/or nontechnical aspects) and thereby function as a successful team Leader. j. Able to demonstrate clear communication, both oral and written, in both technical and nontechnical styles. k. Able to apply management and finance principles learned during the curriculum in effective management on multidisciplinary project based on instrumentation engineering. l. Able to recognize the need for and have the ability to acquire knowledge of material (technical and/or non-technical) through self-directed learning for updating latest technologies During the program students are prepared from basics theory on the program till design aspects used in industry. The laboratory sessions provides on most of the core theory subjects provides scope better understanding of subjects. The professional electives offered to students in higher semester provide students with choice of domain they want work and peruse higher studies. The department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering has following laboratories with modern equipments and kits help the students to learn and understand theory concepts. 1. Analog circuit laboratory 2. Digital system design laboratory 3. Embedded controller laboratory 4. Industrial Instrumentation laboratory I 5. Control system laboratory 6. Digital Signal Processing laboratory 7. Industrial Instrumentation laboratory II 8. PLC and SCADA laboratory 9. Advanced Embedded controller laboratory 10. Advanced control system laboratory 11. Industrial data network laboratory 12. Project work 3 Key activities of the Department in last academic year: 1. Faculty Development Programme / Workshops: The department organised “A 3-day workshop on Advanced Training in Industrial Automation Using PLC & SCADA” under TEQIP from 4th Aug to 6th Aug 2014 which was inaugurated by C. Anand, GM, BHEL, Bangalore along with Principal, MSRIT. Faculties from many colleges participated. The speakers were from reputed research organization and companies. The Department organized “A 3-Day Workshop on Embedded System Design Using ARM Cortex M4”Under TEQIP from 25th May – 27th May 2015which was inaugurated by Dr. P. V. Ananda Mohan, Technology Advisor, CDAC, Bangalore along with Principal, MSRIT. Faculties from many colleges participated. The speakers were from reputed research organization. The department organised a 3-day workshop on “Soft computing and its applications in engineering” under TEQIP(Phase-II) from 10th-12th August 2015 which was inaugurated by J.J. Kishore, Senior Scientist, ISRO, Bangalore along with Principal, MSRIT. Faculties from many colleges participated. The speakers were from reputed research organization and companies. 2. Inter Departmental Activities: The department had organised an International Conference on Circuits, Communication, Control and Computing, I4C2014 along with all the circuit departments from 21st – 22nd NOV 2014 3. Guest Lecture: Mrs. Asha and Mr. J R Satish Kumar, Marketing Manager, Manhattan Review, gave a seminar on “Career Guidance” on 27th Aug 2014. 4. Industrial Visits: The students of V semester had visited Kiaga Nuclear Power Plant in the month of Sept. 2014 to study the Automation process in power generation and control. 5. Alumni Talk: T R Kishan, Student at University of Basel, delivered an alumni talk on “Macro to Microscale: Introduction to araphenenano electronics” on 20th Sept. 2014. Shashank K, Engineer (Instrumentation), ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd, delivered an alumni talk on “Process Control in Petrochemical industries” on 26th Sept. 2014. 6. Paper presentation in International/National Conference by faculty: Dr.R.Elumalai and Jenitha A, “ECG analysis using MPSoC design”, National Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PAPER ID: 242, Jun 2014 Dr.R.Elumalai and Jenitha A, “Memory Partitioning And Task Scheduling For Mpsoc Architecture”, National Conference on Electrical and Electronics Engineering, PAPER ID:240, June 2014 Elumalai.R, A.R Purushotham Reddy, Pushpa. M.K, Jyothirmayi. M and M.D. Nandeesh, “Application with MUCOS RTOS on Embedded Systems”, International 4 Journal Of Innovative Research In Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation And Control Engineering(IJIREEICE), Vol.2 Issue 12, Dec 2014, Pg.2286-2289 (ISSN (online)2321 – 2004, ISSN(Print) 2321 – 5526) M K Pushpa, Aayushi Gupta, Shariq Mohammed Shaikh, StutiJha and Suchitra V “Automatic Waste Segregator”, 3rdNational Conference on Computational Control Systems and Optimization (CCSO 2015), Dr Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Apr 2015, Pg. M.K.Pushpa, Aayushi Gupta, Shariq Mohammed Shaikh , StutiJha andSuchitra V, “Microcontroller Based Automatic Waste Segregator”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering(IJIREEICE), Vol. 3, Issue 5, May 2015, Pg.104-108, ISSN (Online) 2321 – 2004, ISSN (Print) 2321 – 5526 M K Pushpa, Shunmuga Priya M, Nandini T G, Shilpa C K, Sunitha, “Smart Guiding System for Blind”, International Journal Of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering(IJIREEICE), Vol. 3, Issue 5, May 2015, Pg.100-103, ISSN (Online) 2321 – 2004, ISSN (Print) 2321 – 5526 H.S.Niranjana Murthy &Dr. M. Meenakshi, “Multivariate prediction of coronary heart disease based on ANN technique”, proceedings of International review of applied bio-technology and bio-chemistry, Delton book publisher, volume 2, issue 1, Jan- June 2014, ISSN 2349-9532. H.S.Niranjana Murthy &Dr. M. Meenakshi, “Comparison between ANN-Based Heart Stroke Classifiers Using Varied Folds Data Set Cross-Validation”, Intelligent computing, communication and devices, Advances in Intelligent systems and computing, Volume 308, 2015,pages: 693-699, 26th Aug 2014. H.S.Niranjana Murthy &Dr. M. Meenakshi, “Dimensionality reduction using neuro genetic approach for early prediction of coronary heart disease”, proceedings of International conference on Circuits, Communication, Control and Computing, I4C2014,IEEE publishers, 21st -22nd Nov 2014. H.S.Niranjana Murthy &Dr. M. Meenakshi, “Mycordial Ischemia Classification based on morphological features using MLP neural network”, proceedings of third national conference „Computational Control Systems & Optimization (CCSO2013),ISBN 978-93-82338-63-5, volume 1, 23rd& 24th April 2015 at. Dr. AIT, Bangalore. H.S.Niranjana Murthy &Dr. M. Meenakshi, “ANN, SVM and KNN Classifiers for Prognosis of Cardiac Ischemia- A Comparison”, Bonfring International Journal of Research in Communication Engineering,Online ISSN: 2277-5080 ISSN: 2250-110X , Volume: 5 | Issue: 2, Pages: 07-11,June 2015 Spriha Deshpande, Swati N, Narasimha Kaulgud and M D Nandeesh “ Image de-noising using wavelet transform” proceedings of National Symposium on Instrumentation (NSI-39) 15-17th October 2014, at Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar-249402 M D Nandeesh&Dr. M. Meenakshi, “A comparative study of different image fusion algorithm”, proceedings of third national conference „Computational Control Systems & Optimization (CCSO-2015), pages: 25-29,ISBN 978-93-82338-63-5, volume 1, 23rd& 24th April 2015 at. Dr. AIT, Bangalore. M D Nandeesh&Dr. M. Meenakshi, “Image Fusion Algorithms for Medical Images-A Comparison”, Bonfring International Journal of Research in Communication Engineering, Online ISSN: 2277-5080 ISSN: 2250-110X , Volume: 5 | Issue: 2, Pages: 23-26,June 2015 7. Student Achievements: The final year students Spriha Deshpande, Swati N, Narasimha Kaulgud and M D Nandeesh “ Image de-noising using wavelet transform” presented and publishedat National Symposium on Instrumentation (NSI-39) 15-17th October 2014, at Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar-249402 5 The final year students Aayushi Gupta, Shariq M, Stuti Jha, Suchitra V, presented and published “Automatic waste segregator”, in 3rd national conference on computational control system and optimization, Dr. AIT, 23rd- 24th April 2015, vol 3, ISBN 978-9384743789. The final year students published paper in international journal on” Microcontroller based automatic waste segregator”, in IJIREEICE, vol3, issue 5 may 2015, ISSN (Online) 2321-2004 Sandeep Kumar E , G.P. Mohanraj, Raghuchandra R. Goudar, “Clustering approach for wireless sensor networks based on cuckoo search strategy”, International Journal of advanced research in computer and communication engineering, Vol3, Issue 6, June 2014. ISSN: 23195940 The final year students Shunmuga priya M, Nandini T G, Shilpa C K , Sunitha,“Smart Guiding System For Blind”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE RESEARCH IN ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS, INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING, Vol. 3, Issue 5, May 2015. SuprotimMajumdar, MarutPattanaik, “Energy Efficient Wireless Sensor Network for Polyhouse Monitoring”, European Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology (EJAET) Vol 2 Issue 6., June 2015 Suprotim Sinha M and MarutPatnaik has participated and won several positions in BIZ Tech Quiz, IeMPULSE 2014, Quiz, Amperage 2014, MSRIT QUIZ CLUB, Pravega, IISC Manjayya.M.nagur was a Participant for the Student Satellite Training Programme STUDSAT ABB conducted “ABB campus connect program – Young Engineers’ Day”. The following students are the winners to receive the certification of recognition: 1. NivedhaSivakumar 2. Oindrilla De The following students were the runners up: 1. MeghanaIyer 2. Akshatha The following students were finalists: 1. 2. 3. 4. Nithin Kumar M Pranesh Acharya Nithin Rajat R Rakode 8. Research and Development: Department is in the process of getting industrial consultancy project. Department is discussing to procure funds from AICTE, DST, DRDO, etc for research activities. Publishing the research papers by faculties. Publishing the papers related to student projects. Three faculties have submitted their PhD thesis. 6 Faculty list: SL NAME NO. 1 Dr. R. Elumalai 2 A Ramachandran 3 G Shivaprakash 4 M Jyothirmayi 5 M K Pushpa 6 H S Niranjana Murthy 7 M D Nandeesh 8 ElavaarKuzhali S 9 J V Alamelu 10 A Saravanan 11 K M Vanitha 12 Vibha B Raj QUALIFICATION ME, Ph.D ME(Ph.D) M.Tech(Ph.D) ME(Ph.D) M.Tech(Ph.D) M.Tech(Ph.D) M.Tech(Ph.D) MS(Ph.D) MS(Ph.D) ME(Ph.D) M.Tech(Ph.D) M.Tech 7 DESIGNATION Professor & Head Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Department of Electronic and Instrumentation Engineering: Total Credit : 26 Sl. Subject No. code 1 EIMAT301 2 EI301 3 EI302 4 EI303 5 EI304 6 EI305 7 EI301L 8 EI303L M.S.RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,BANGALORE (Autonomous Institute, Affiliated to VTU) SCHEME OF TEACHING FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 III SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRONICS & INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING Contact hours per week : 29 Subject Teaching Department Hours Lecture Tutorial Practical Engineering Mathematics - III Mathematics 4 0 0 Analog Circuits & Systems 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Linear Networks 3 2 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Digital Systems Design 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Industrial Process Automation Systems Electronics & 4 0 0 Instrumentation Engineering Electronic Measurements 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Analog Circuits & Systems Lab 0 0 2 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Digital Systems design Lab 0 0 2 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering 23 2 4 Total 8 Credit 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 26 Total Credit: 26 Sl. Subject No. code 1 EIMAT401 2 EI401 3 EI402 4 EI403 5 EI404 6 EI405 7 EI403L 8 EI404L 9 EI405L IV SEMESTER B.E. ELECTRONICS &INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING Contact hours per week: 30 Subject Teaching Department Hours Lecture Tutorial Practical Engineering Mathematics - IV Mathematics 4 0 0 Scientific Instrumentation 3 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Signal Processing 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Embedded Controllers 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Industrial Instrumentation - 1 4 0 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Control Systems 3 2 0 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Embedded Controllers Lab 0 0 2 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Industrial Instrumentation – 1 Lab 0 0 2 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering Control system Lab 0 0 2 Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering 22 2 6 Total 9 Credit 4 3 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 26 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III Subject Code: EIMAT301 Contact Hours : 4 hours/week Prerequisites : Nil Crédits : 4 :0 :0 Course objectives: Learn to solve algebraic, transcendental and ordinary differential equations numerically. Learn to fit a curve, correlation, regression for a statistical data. Learn the concepts of consistency, methods of solution for linear system of equations and eigen value problems. Learn to represent a periodic function in terms of sines and cosines. Understand the concepts of continuous and discrete integral transforms in the form of Fourier and Z-transforms. Learn the concept of series solutions of ODE and special functions. Course Contents: Unit -I Numerical solution of Algebraic and Transcendental equations: Method of false position, Newton - Raphson method. Numerical solution of Ordinary differential equations: Taylor series method, Euler and modified Euler method, fourth order Runge-Kutta method. Statistics: Curve fitting by the method of least squares, Fitting a linear curve, fitting a parabola, fitting a Geometric curve, Correlation and Regression. Unit -II Linear Algebra: Elementary transformations on a matrix, Echelon form of a matrix, rank of a matrix, Consistency of system of linear equations, Gauss elimination and Gauss – Siedal method to solve system of linear equations, eigen values and eigen vectors of a matrix, Rayleigh power method to determine the dominant eigen value of a matrix, diagonalization of a matrix, system of ODEs as matrix differential equations Unit -III Fourier series: Convergence and divergence of infinite series of positive terms. Periodic function, Dirichlet conditions, Fourier series of periodic functions of period 2 and arbitrary period, Half range series, Fourier series and Half Range Fourier series of Periodic square wave, Half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier, Saw-tooth wave with graphical representation, Practical harmonic analysis. UNIT -IV Fourier Transforms: Infinite Fourier transform, Infinite Fourier sine and cosine transforms, properties, Inverse transform, Convolution theorem, Parseval identity (statements only). Fourier transform of rectangular pulse with graphical representation and its output discussion, Continuous Fourier spectra-Example and physical interpretation. Z-Transforms: Definition, standard Z-transforms, Single sided and double sided, Linearity property, Damping rule, Shifting property, Initial and final value theorem, Inverse Z-transform, Application of Z-transform to solve difference equations. Unit -V 10 Series Solution of ODEs and Special Functions: Series solution, Frobenius method, Series solution of Bessel differential equation leading to Bessel function of first kind, Series solution of Legendre differential equation leading to Legendre polynomials, Rodrigues's formula. Text Books 1. Erwin Kreyszig –Advanced Engineering Mathematics – Wiley publication – 10th edition-2015. 2. B. S. Grewal – Higher Engineering Mathematics – Khanna Publishers – 42nd edition – 2012. Reference Books 1. Glyn James – Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics – Pearson Education – 4th edition – 2010. 2. Dennis G. Zill, Michael R. Cullen - Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Jones and Barlett Publishers Inc. – 3rd edition – 2009. Course outcomes: 1. Remember to solve the problems of algebraic, transcendental and ordinary differential equations using numerical methods. 2. Apply the knowledge of curve fitting by the method of least squares and determine the lines of regression for a set of statistical data. 3. Analyze the concept of rank of a matrix and tests the consistency of the system of equations and solution by Gauss Elimination and Gauss Siedel iteration methods . 4. Apply the knowledge of Fourier series and expands a given function in both full range and half range values of he variable and obtain the various harmonics of the Fourier series expansion for the given numerical data. 5. Evaluate Fourier transforms, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms of functions and apply the knowledge of Z-transforms to solve difference equations. 6. Understand the knowledge of ordinary differential equations and obtain its series solution Course Outcomes Remember to solve the problems of algebraic, transcendental and ordinary differential equations using numerical methods. Apply the knowledge of curve fitting by the method of least squares and determine the lines of regression for a set of statistical data. Analyze the concept of rank of a matrix and tests the consistency of the system of equations and solution by Gauss Elimination and Gauss Siedel iteration methods . Apply the knowledge of Fourier series and expands a given function in both full range and half range values of he variable and obtain the various harmonics of the Fourier series expansion for the given numerical data. Evaluate Fourier transforms, Fourier sine and Fourier cosine transforms of functions and apply the knowledge of Z-transforms to solve difference equations. Understand the knowledge of ordinary differential equations and obtain its series solution 11 a b Program Outcomes c d e f g h i x x x x x j k x x x x x x x x x x l x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x ANALOG CIRCUITS & SYSTEMS Sub Code: EI301 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course objectives: To impart students with the knowledge of Electronic devices. To provide basic OPAMPs design and analyze their response. To enable the students to learn various circuit configurations and apply them in signal conditioning in the field of instrumentation. To understand the applications of normally used ICs such as 723, LM317, 741, 555, 565. To provide knowledge of using PSpice/Multisim for simulation purposes Course Contents: Unit-I Field Effect Transistors: BJT h-parameter model, Low frequency and high frequency (Hybrid Pi model), Analysis of CE amplifier, working principle of JFET, Enhancement MOSFET, Depletion MOSFET, Biasing of FET and MOSFET, FET small signal model, Common source amplifier, Common drain amplifier, Common gate amplifier. Unit-II Parameters of op-amps & Op-amp Applications: Characteristics of OPAMP -I/P resistance, O/P resistance, CMRR, slew rate, open loop voltage gain, Bandwidth, input offset voltage, output offset current, Bias current, Differential amplifier, Instrumentation amplifiers and Monolithic ICs-AD624, Bridge amplifier, V to I converters, constant current sources, Comparators, Schmitt triggers, square wave generator, Charge amplifier, Simulation using PSpice/Multisim simulator. Unit-III Active Filters using Op-amps: Comparison of Active & Passive filters, I and II order Butterworth Low Pass Filter, High Pass Filter, Band Pass Filter and Band Elimination Filter. Oscillators using Op-amp: Principles of Oscillators, Wien Bridge, RC phase shift oscillator, Colpitts, Hartley, Crystal oscillators. Unit-IV Voltage Regulators: Need for Voltage regulators, Block diagram of a linear regulator, Classification of regulators- Series Regulator, Shunt Regulator, Low voltage and High voltage regulators. IC regulators - 78XX, 79XX, µA723, LM317/LM350: Pin details and design. Introduction to Switching-mode regulator. Unit-V 555 Timer and Applications: Functional block diagram, Monoshotmultivibrator, Monoshot applications, Astablemultivibrator and applications. Voltage to Frequency & Frequency to voltage converter, Function Generators IC’s -IC 566 and 8038 PLL (565 PLL): Phase detector, Integrated circuit PLL, applications of PLL Text Books: 1. Opamps and Linear Integrated Circuits, Ramakanth A Gayakwad, 4th Ed., PHI. 2. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Robert L Boylestad and Louis Nashelsky, 9th Ed., PHI, 2006. 12 References 1. Integrated Electronics , MILLMAN - HALKIAS ,32nd reprint TMH 1991 Course outcomes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Able to design amplifiers for the given specifications. Able to design various signal conditioning circuits for the given specifications. Able to design using 555 IC for various timing applications. Able to use voltage regulators for design &various applications. Capable of simulating any circuits using PSpice/Multisim. Course Outcomes Able to design amplifiers for the given specifications. Able to design various signal conditioning circuits for the given specifications. Able to design using 555 IC for various timing applications. Able to use voltage regulators for design & various applications. Capable of simulating any circuits using PSpice/Multisim. a x b x c x x x x x x x x x x x x x 13 d Program Outcomes e f g h x x x i j k l ANALOG CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS LAB Sub Code: EI301L Contact Hours: 2 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 0:0:1 Course objectives: Conduct experiments on BJT and FET amplifiers Design and test various applications of opamp Design using 555 IC for various timing applications. Design and test linear voltage regulators for the given specifications Simulate circuits using PSpice/Multisim. List of Experiments: 1. BJT common emitter amplifier, Frequency Response 2. FET common source amplifier, FET Characteristics 3. Opamp Applications: Integrator, differentiator, I to V convertor, V to I convertor 4. Charge Amplifier and Instrumentation amplifier(Using IC) 5. Schmitt trigger and square wave generator. 6. Active filter – 2nd order: Low pass filter, High pass filter 7. Realization of oscillators using opampWein Bridge and Crystal Oscillator 8. Low and high voltage regulator using µA723 9. Mono stable and Astablemultivibrator using 555 timer 10. V to F and F to V Converter using IC 11. PLL as Frequency Multiplier 12. Design circuits using simulation package (Pspice/ Multisim) Course outcomes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Design amplifiers for the given Gain. Design various opamp circuits for the given specifications. Design using 555 IC for various timing applications. Design voltage regulator for given specification Simulate circuits using PSpice/Multisim. Program Outcomes a b c d e f g h i j k l x x x x Course Outcomes Design amplifiers for the given Gain. Design various opamp circuits for the given specifications. Design using 555 IC for various timing applications. x x x x x x x x Design voltage regulator for given specification Simulate circuits using PSpice/Multisim. x x x x x x x x 14 LINEAR NETWORKS Sub Code: EI302 Contact Hours: 5 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 3:1:0 Course objectives: To impart knowledge on passive linear networks ,source transformation, DC and AC network analysis and resonant circuits To introduce the students to different theorems of networks and transient behaviour of networks. Apply circuit theory techniques to find response of DC and AC one port and two port networks using Laplace transformation. Course Contents: Unit-I Linear Networks: Linear Networks and Signal to noise ratio, LC circuits for improving S/N ratio Passive Networks: VI characteristics of idealized elements of networks, Sources: Independent (Ideal & practical), Dependent sources, Basic Laws (including Source transformation), Loop Analysis & Nodal Analysis with linearly dependent & independent sources for DC & AC networks (Concept of Supermesh &Supernode), Star-Delta transformation, Duality in electrical networks, Applications to transistor circuits Unit-II Network Theorems: Superposition Theorem, Thevenin’s & Norton’s theorem, Maximum Power transfer theorem , Reciprocity & Millman’s theorem, Application: Resistance measurement Unit-III Transient behavior and initial conditions: Behaviour of circuit elements under switching condition & their representation, Evaluation of initial and final conditions in RL, RC and RLC circuits for DC & AC Excitation Resonant Circuits: Series & Parallel resonance, Frequency response of Series & Parallel circuits, Applications: Radio Receiver, Touch tone telephone. Unit-IV One port Networks: Review of Laplace transforms, Initial & final value theorem, convolution theorem, Periodic & Aperiodic waveforms , Time response of One-Port passive networks, Frequency domain behaviour, Application: Network stability Unit-V Two Port Networks: Definition of Z, Y, h & T parameters, Modelling with these parameters , Relationships b/n 2 port n/w parameters, Interconnection of 2 port n/ws, Applications: Transistor circuits Text Books: Fundamentals of Electric Circuits 3rd Edition by Charles K. Alexander & Matthew Sadiku, TMH publishers. 15 N.O. Reference Books: 1. Artice M Davis: Linear Circuit Analysis, 1998, PWS Pub. Co. 2. Van Valkenberg M.E., B.K. Kinarawala: Linear circuits, 1982, Prentice Hall of India 3. “Analysis of Linear Systems”, David K. Cheng, Narosa Publishing House, 11th reprint, 2002 4. “Circuits”, Bruce Carlson, Thomson Learning, 2000. Reprint 2002 5. “Engineering Circuit Analysis”, Hayt, Kemmerley and Durbin TMH 6th Edition, 2002 6. M.E. Van Valkenburg, “Network analysis”, PHI/Pearson Education, 3rd edition, Reprint 2002. Course Outcomes: 1. Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohms Law 2. Apply various electrical network theorems. 3. Analyse the transient behaviour of electrical circuit. 4. Analyse one port networks. 5. Analyse two port networks. Course Outcomes Analyze circuit systems using direct application of Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Laws along with Ohms Law Apply various electrical network theorems. Analyze the transient behavior of electrical circuit. Analyze one port networks. Analyze two port networks a b c d x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 16 Program Outcomes e f g h i j k l DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN Sub Code: EI303 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives To impart the concepts of simplifying Boolean expression using Kmap/VEM techniques and provide an understanding of logic families. To impart the concepts of designing and analyzing combinational logic circuits. To provide an understanding for the concepts of HDL-Verilog, data flow and behavioral models for the design of digital systems. To impart design methods and analysis of sequential logic circuits. To impart the basic understanding of ASM charts. Course Contents: Unit -I Introduction to different logic families: Electrical characteristics of logic gates – logic levels and noise margins, fan-out, propagation delay, transition time, power consumption and powerdelay product.TTL inverter - circuit description and operation, TTL NAND - circuit description and operation , Open collector TTL and Tristate TTL, MOS NAND and NOR Circuits: circuit description and operation , CMOS inverter - circuit description and operation , CMOS NAND and NOR - circuit description and operation Combination Logic: Review of K-maps ( upto 4 variables) , Map entered variables. Introduction to Verilog: Structure of Verilog module, Operators, data types, Styles of description- Data flow description, Behavioral description. Unit -II Combinational Functions: Arithmetic Operations Adders: parallel adders, serial, Fast adders , and Subtractor: - using 1’s and 2’s compliment , Comparators - 2bit and four bit, two bit Multiplier , Verilog Description of for above circuits. Multiplexers- Realization of 2:1, 4:1 and 8:1 using gates & Applications. Demultiplexers: - Realization of 1:2 1:4 and 1:8 using basic gates&Applications , Verilog description of Multiplexers and De-multiplexers, Unit -III Encoding and Decoding Codes: Binary coded decimal codes, BCD – Gray vice versa, BCD – Excess 3 Encoders: Realization and Priority Encoders, Decoders: BCD – Decimal ,BCD – Seven segment , Seven segment display.Programmable Logic Devices: PLA, PAL Verilog description of Encoders and Decoders Unit -IV Sequential Logic Circuits:Latches and Flip-Flops: SR-latch, D-latch, D flip-flop, JK flip-flop, T flip- flop Master slave FF, Edge trigger and Pulse trigger FF , Registers and Shift Registers: PISO, PIPO, SISO,SIPO, Right shift and left shift, Universal Shift register Ring and Johnson counters . Counters, design and their applications: Modulo N counters – Synchronous and Asynchronous counters Unit -V Synchronous Sequential circuits: Moore and Mealy Machines: Definition of state machines, state machine as a sequential controller Design of state machines: state table, state assignment, transition/excitation table, excitation maps and equations, logic realization; Design examples Algorithmic state machines – Algorithmic state machines, ASM Charts, Examples using ASM charts. 17 Text Books 1. Digital Principals and Design – Donald D Givone,12th reprint, TMH,2008 2. Logic and Computer design fundamentals by Morris Mano,4th edition,PHI,2006 3. Hdl Programming Vhdl And Verilog By Nazeih M. Botros, 2009 reprint, dreamtech press. Reference Books 1. Digital systems principle & applications Tocci 8th edition, PHI 2004 2. Digital Principles and Applications – Donald P Leach, Albert Paul , Malvino, GoutamSaha ,6th edition TMH , 2006 Course Outcomes: 1. Simplify Boolean functions using K-map/VEM technique; understand TTL and MOS/CMOS logic families. 2. Analyze, design and write verilog code for combinational logic circuits. (MUX, DeMUX, adder and subtractor, and comparator circuits) 3. Analyze and design code converters, decoders and PLDS 4. Analyze and design of synchronous sequential circuits 5. Analyze sequential circuits, Moore/Mealy machines and ASM charts. Course Outcomes Program Outcomes a b c d e f g h i j k l Simplify Boolean functions using K-map/VEM x x x x x technique; understand TTL and MOS/CMOS logic families. Analyze, design and write verilog code for x x x x x combinational logic circuits. (MUX, De-MUX, adder and subtractor, and comparator circuits) Analyze and design code converters, decoders and x x x x PLDS Analyze and design of synchronous sequential circuits x x x x Analyze sequential circuits, Moore/Mealy machines and x x x x ASM charts. 18 DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN LAB Sub Code: EI303L Contact Hours: 2 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 0:0:1 Course Objectives: 1. The operation of various logic gates and digital circuits and write the verilog code. 2. Design of logic circuits for combinational and sequential circuits and write verilog code. 3. Synthesis of digital circuits, FFs, shift registers and counters using ICs. 4. To use FPGA kits for down loading the verilog code and test the output. . List of Experiments: Part-A 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Hardware Design a logic circuit by solving the Boolean expression Adder/Subtractor – Full/half using logic gates, universal gates and 7483 IC Multiplexer/ decoder- to solve given Boolean expression Flip flop-JK, D, T, Shift registers, ring and Johnson counters Counters using IC7493/74193 and design using flip flops(synchronous asynchronous) and Text Book:Digital Design by Morris Mano. Part-B Software- verilog 1. Adder/Subtractor – Full/half using data flow description 2. Ripple carry adder using data flow description 3. Multiplexers/decoders/encoder using Behavioural description - 8:1 mux, 3:8 decoder, 8:3 encoder, Priority encoder - Design 16:1 mux using 4:1 mux using gate level and verify using test bench 4. Code converters using Behavioural description a. Gray to binary and vice versa b. Binary to excess3 and vice versa 5. Comparator using behavioural description 6. Counter up/down(BCD and binary) 7. Shift operation( left and right) 8. Stepper motor- demo( interface expt) Text Book : HDL with Digital Design VHDL & Verilog. Author: N.Botros Course Outcomes: 1. Realize Boolean expression using Universal gates / basic gates using ICs and verilog 2. Demonstrate the function of adder/subtractor circuits using gates/ICs & Verilog. 3. Design and analyze the Comparator, Multiplexers Decoders, Encoders circuits using ICs and verilog. 4. Design and analysis of different Flip-flops and shift registers and counters using gates and FFs 5. Able to use FPGA kits for down loading verilog codes for shift registers and counters and check output. 19 Course Outcomes a Realize Boolean expression using Universal gates / basic gates using ICs and verilog Demonstrate the function of adder/subtractor circuits using gates/ICs & Verilog. Design and analyze the Comparator, x Multiplexers Decoders, Encoders circuits using ICs and verilog. Design and analysis of different Flipx flops and shift registers and counters using gates and FFs . Able to use FPGA kits for down x loading verilog codes for shift registers and counters and check output. b x c x Program Outcomes d e f g h i x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 20 j k l INDUSTRIAL PROCESS AUTOMATION SYSTEMS Sub Code: EI304 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: Knowledge on process, signals, systems. Representation for automation structure. Representation and examples on microprocessor, hardwired strategies. Overview of Instrumentation and automation technologies. Concepts on HMI and case studies. Course Contents: Unit-I Process: Definition, Natural or self regulated, Manmade or industrial- Undesired behavior External factors and internal factor, Types - Local and Distributed Industrial processes: Definition, Industry classification, Utility industry – Local and Distributed, Process industryLocal and Distributed Process automation systems: Definition, Process without automation, Process with automation, Needs, Benefits, steps: Information acquisition- Information analysis and decision makingControl execution Process signals: Definition, Classifications, Input and output, Digital/discrete, Analog/continuous, Pulse Unit-II Automation system structure: Definition, Subsystems: Instrumentation- Measurement and data acquisition, Control- Data analysis, decision making, and control execution, Human machine interface- Human interaction with the process Instrumentation: Definition, needs- Physical signal conversion- Process isolation, Structure, Components: Measurement- Sensor - Signal conditioning - Transducer and transmitter, Control: Actuators- Final control element Control system: Definition, need, Functions, Structure: - Data acquisition and control unit (DACU) - Data acquisition unit (DAU) - Standalone and communicability, Functional Subsystem: - Power supply subsystem - Processor subsystem - Input/output subsystemCommunication subsystem - Supporting subsystem Human machine interface: Definition, need, Hardware based, Software based: Operator stations Unit-III Control strategies: Definition, need, Open loop control, Closed loop or feedback control, Discrete control Sequential: control with interlocks Continuous control: Two step and multi step control, Analog loop control - Proportional, integral, and derivative control, Advance strategies Evolution of control systems: Mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic based, Relay based, Solidstate based, Micro-processor based, Comparisons Unit-IV Special purpose DACUs:Need, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Loop controller, Controller, Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) Types of automation system: Need , Centralized control systems, Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Network Control Systems (NCS)- Front-end processing, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems:- Evolution- Similarities with DCS and NCS System availability: Need, Controller, RTU, HMI, Local area networks, Wide area networks Automation system functionalities: General, Data handling, Modern control center. 21 Unit-V Practical case studies (Process, Problems, and Solutions with Automation): Traffic signal automation with PLC, Engine speed automation with Loop controller, Electrical Substation Automation with DCS, Power Plant Automation with DCS, Railway Traction Power Supply Automation with NCS, Oil Transportation Pipeline Automation with NCS 12 Text Book: 1. Overview of Industrial process automation, by KLS Sharma, IIIT, Bangalore Reference Books: 1. Process control Instrumentation Technology, CD Johnson, Pearson Education 2. Instrument Engineers Handbook – Vol. 1: Process Measurement and Analysis, Vol. 2: Process Control, by BG Liptak, Butterworth Heinemann 3. Fundamentals of Industrial Control, DA Coggan, ISA 4. Understanding Distributed Processor Systems for Control by SM Herb, ISA Course Outcomes: 1. Able to differentiate different types of processes and systems 2. Able to analyze different building blocks of Automation system structure 3. Analyze the concepts of different control strategies utilized in Industrial environment 4. Able to differentiate various Automation systems used in industries. 5. Able to apply automation systems in real world applications. Course Outcomes Able to differentiate different process and systems Able to analyze the different building blocks of Automation system structure Analyze the concepts of different control strategies utilized in Industrial environment Able to differentiate various Automation systems used in industries. Able to apply automation systems in real world applications a b c d x x x x x x Program Outcomes e f g h i x x x x x x x x x x x x 22 j k l ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS Sub Code: EI305 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: To impart students with the knowledge of generalized measurement systems. To enable the students to learn various types of errors, types of calibration and characteristics of the measurement systems. To enable the students to analyse the various circuits for the measurement of R, L, C, f. To impart the students with the basic concepts of CRO and its usage for the measurement of various parameters. To enable the students understand the concepts of DVM, DMM. To enable the students to understand the importance of measuring high voltage & current, low voltage & current. To impart students with the knowledge of data converter circuits, its classifications, specifications and their applications. To impart students with the knowledge of data acquisition systems and data loggers. Course Contents: Unit -I Introduction: Introduction to Measurement and electronic measurement techniques, Elements of generalized measurement system. Static and Dynamic characteristics, Types of error in measurement, combination of component errors in overall system accuracy calculations, calculate errors in measurement. Calibration of instruments, standards of calibration, least square calibration curve method. Unit-II Measurement of Resistance, Inductance and Capacitance: DC bridges: Wheat Stone bridge, problems, Megger, Strain gauge measurement using Wheatstone bridge, Earth resistance measurements. AC bridges: Maxwell’s bridge, Schering Bridge and Wien’s bridge, problems. LCR meter. Oscilloscope: Oscilloscopes, digital storage oscilloscopes, Measurement of frequency, phase, voltage and current using CRO. Unit-III Measuring instruments: AC Voltmeter using rectifiers, true RMS responding voltmeter, Electronic Multi-meter, types of digital voltmeters, low current measurements: leakage currents & its guarding, generated currents, applications: coloumbmeter, photomultiplier tubes; low voltage measurements: thermoelectric EMFs, magnetic fields, ground loops, applications: standard cell comparisons, microcalorimetry. Measurement of high current & high voltage. Unit-IV Function Generator& Data converters: Function generator. Signal generator& its types. ADCs: Classification, specifications, Flash Type ADC, Dual slope type ADC, successive approximation ADC, General Applications of ADCs. DACs: Classification, specifications, binary weighted type DAC, R-2R type DAC, DAC 0800, General Applications of DACs. Unit-V Data Acquisition Systems: Introducing concepts, Block diagram, Analog Switches and Multiplexers, Sampling fundamentals, Samples and hold circuits, specifications and accuracy considerations. Example of typical data acquisition systems, data loggers. 23 Text books: 1. “Modern Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”, W.D.Cooper, PHI/Pearson,1998 2. “Measurement systems application and design”, E.O. Doebline 5th edition TMH Reference: 1. “A course in Electrical & Electronics measurement and Instrumentation”, A.K Sawhney, 10th edition, DhanpatRai& Sons. 2. “Low level measurement”’ Handbook, Keithley Instruments. Course Outcomes: 1. Analyse instrument characteristics, errors, calibration and generalized measurement system. 2. Analyse and use the circuit for the measurement of R, L, C, f, CRO, I, V. 3. Analyse and interpret different types of DVM, DMM. 4. Analyse and interpret different signal generator circuits for the generation of various waveforms. 5. Able to work with different data converters and acquisition systems. Course Outcomes a b c d Program Outcomes e f g h i j Analyse instrument x characteristics, errors, calibration and generalized measurement system. x Analyse and use the circuit x for the measurement of R, L, C, f, CRO, I, V. x x x x Analyse and interpret x different types of DVM, DMM. x x x x Analyse and interpret x different signal generator circuits for the generation of various waveforms. x x x x Able to work with different x data converters and acquisition systems. x x x 24 k l x x ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS –IV Sub Code: EIMAT401 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: Learn the concepts of finite differences, interpolation and it applications. Understand the concepts of PDE and its applications to engineering. Understand the concepts of calculus of functions of complex variables. Learn the concepts of random variables and probability distributions. Learn the concepts of stochastic process and Markov chain. Course Contents: Unit I Finite Differences and Interpolation: Forward, Backward differences, Interpolation, NewtonGregory Forward and Backward Interpolation, formulae, Lagrange interpolation formula and Newton divided difference interpolation formula (no proof). Numerical Differentiation and Numerical Integration: Derivatives using Newton-Gregory forward and backward interpolation formulae, Newton-Cotes quadrature formula, Trapezoidal rule, Simpson 1/3rd rule, Simpson 3/8th rule. Partial Differential Equations: Introduction to PDE, Solution of PDE – Direct integration, Method of separation of variables. Unit II Complex Variables-I: Functions of complex variables ,Analytic function, Cauchy-Riemann equations in cartesian and polar coordinates, Consequences of Cauchy-Riemann equations, Construction of analytic functions. Transformations: Conformal transformation, Discussion of the transformations a2 ( z 0) , Bilinear transformation. w z 2 , w e z , and w z z Unit III Complex Variables-II: Complex integration, Cauchy theorem, Cauchy integral formula. Taylor and Laurent series (statements only). Singularities, Poles and residues, Cauchy residue theorem (statement only). Unit IV Random Variables: Random Variables (Discrete and Continuous), Probability density function, Cumulative distribution function, Mean, Variance, Moment generating function.. Probability Distributions: Binomial and Poisson distributions, Normal distribution, Exponential distribution, Uniform distribution, Joint probability distribution (both discrete and continuous), Conditional expectation, Simulation of random variables. Unit V Stochastic Processes: Introduction, Classification of stochastic processes, Discrete time processes, Stationary, Ergodicity, Autocorrelation, Power spectral density. Markov Chain: Probability Vectors, Stochastic matrices, Regular stochastic matrices, Markov chains, Higher transition probabilities, Stationary distribution of Regular Markov chains and absorbing states, Markov and Poisson processes. 25 Text Books: 1. Erwin Kreyszig –Advanced Engineering Mathematics – Wiley publication – 10th edition2015 2. B.S.Grewal-Higher Engineering Mathematics-Khanna Publishers-42nd edition-2012 3. R.E. Walpole, R. H. Myers, R. S. L. Myers and K. Ye – Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists – Pearson Education – Delhi – 8th edition – 2007. Reference Books: 1. Dennis G. Zill and Patric D. Shanahan- A first course in complex analysis with applications- Jones and Bartlett publishers-second edition-2009. 2. Glyn James- Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics-PearsonEducation-4th edition2010 3. Kishor S. Trivedi – Probability & Statistics with reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications – PHI – 2nd edition – 2002. Course Outcomes: 1. Understand how to use a given data for equal and unequal intervals to find a polynomial function for estimation. Compute maxima, minima, curvature, radius of curvature, arc length, area, surface area and volume using numerical differentiation. 2. Remember to solve partial differential equations analytically and numerically. 3. Analyze functions of complex variable in terms of continuity, differentiability and analyticity. 4. Apply Cauchy-Riemann equations and harmonic functions to solve problems of Fluid Mechanics, Thermo Dynamics and Electromagnetic fields and geometrically interpret conformal and bilinear transformations. 5. Evaluate singularities of complex functions and determine the values of integrals using residues. 6. Analyze the probability distribution arising in the study of engineering problems and their applications. 7. Apply the Stochastic process and Markov Chain in predictions of future events. Course Outcomes Understand how to use a given data for equal and unequal intervals to find a polynomial function for estimation. Compute maxima, minima, curvature, radius of curvature, arc length, area, surface area and volume using numerical differentiation. Remember to solve partial differential equations analytically and numerically. Analyze functions of complex variable in terms of continuity, differentiability and analyticity. Apply Cauchy-Riemann equations and harmonic functions to solve problems of Fluid Mechanics, Thermo Dynamics and Electromagnetic fields and geometrically interpret conformal and bilinear transformations. Evaluate singularities of complex functions and determine the values of integrals using residues. Analyze the probability distribution arising in the study of engineering problems and their applications. Apply the Stochastic process and Markov Chain in predictions of future events. 26 a b x x x x x x x x x x x x x x c d Program Outcomes e f g h i x x j x k x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x l SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTATION Sub Code: EI401 Contact Hours: 3 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 3:0:0 Course Objectives: To reinforce chemical principles central to analytical chemistry. Appreciate basic analytical processes and sampling procedures. Appreciate the basic principles of spectroscopy. To develop critical thinking for interpreting analytical data. To understand the basic concept of Laser and its application Course Contents: Unit I Visible ultraviolet spectrophotometers: Introduction to Chemical Instrumental Analysis, advantages over classical methods, classification, various units used in chemical analysis Electromagnetic radiation, Beer Lambert law, absorption instruments, colorimeters, spectrophotometers, UV-visible instrument component, photo-colorimeters, single and double beam instruments. Unit II Spectrometric Methods IR spectroscopy: Principle, IR sources, IR detectors, Atomic absorption and Emission Spectroscopy: Principle, types, Flame photometer, DC arc and AC arc excitation, plasma excitation. Unit III Separative Methods Mass Spectrometer(MS): Principle, ionisation methods, mass analyzer types - magnetic deflection type, time of flight, quadrupole, double focusing, detectors, Chromatography: Classification, Gas chromatography: principle, constructional details, GC detectors, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC): principle, constructional details and detectors Unit IV Principles of lasers Emission and absorption of radiation, population inversion, optical feedback, laser modes and classes of lasers-Nd-YAG, ruby, HE-ne laser and argon laser Unit V Modes of operation of lasers and application Single mode operation, frequency stabilization, mode locking, Q switchin¸easurement of distance and holography TEXT BOOK: 1. Principles of instrument analysis – Skoog, holler and Nieman,4th edition 2006, Thomson publication 2. Opticoeletronics an introduction- J Wilson adn J F B Hawkes 2nd edition, Prentice-Hall (2001) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Instrumental methods of analysis by H. H. Willard, L. L.Merritt& J. A. Dean, CBS Publications 7th Ed 1988 27 Course Outcomes: 1. Impart the concept of theory, application, method development, data analysis and interpretation of , UV, and visible spectrophotometer. 2. Impart and apply the concept of Infrared, Atomic absorption and emission spectrometer. 3. Analyze different types of mass spectrometer and chromatography. 4. Emphasis on Principles of lasers and its types. 5. Analyze and application of laser in various fields. Course Outcomes a Impart the concept of theory, application, x method development, data analysis and interpretation of , UV, and visible spectrophotometer Impart and apply the concept of Infrared, x Atomic absorption and emission spectrometer Analyze different types of mass spectrometer x and chromatography Emphasis on Principles of lasers and its types x Analyze and application of laser in various fields b x 28 c x d Program Outcomes e f g h x x x x x x x x i x x j k l x x x x x x x SIGNAL PROCESSING Sub Code: EI402 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: To impart an comprehensive understanding of the basic theory of signals and systems for continuous and discrete time signals. To impart an comprehensive understanding of properties of systems, Linear time invariant systems and differential equation representation of LTI systems. To impart an comprehensive understanding of the discrete time fourier series and transform representation of signals. A basic understanding of sampling theory and application of Fourier transforms for amplitude modulation system. To enable students to understand the design of digital IIR filters. Course Contents: Unit I Introduction: Signals and Systems, Classification of Signals: Continuous & discrete, deterministic and random signals, Odd and even signals with example, Periodic & aperiodic signals, Causal & Non-causal, Power & Energy signal with examples. Classification of Systems: CT & DT systems; Operation on signals: Time scaling; time shifting, time reversal, Operations on dependent variable: Amplitude scaling, signal addition and multiplication, Elementary CT signals: Unit step, ramp, impulse, signum function; exponential signal and sinusoidal signals, Elementary DT signals: Unit step, ramp, impulse, exponential signal and sinusoidal signals, Systems viewed as interconnections of operations. Unit II Properties of systems: Linear & non-linear systems, time-varying & time-invariant systems Statics & dynamic systems, Causal & Non-causal, stable & unstable systems. Convolution and Correlation: Convolution integral, Convolution of two sequences, Impulse response representation of LTI system, Numerical. Convolution integral. Differential equation representation of LTI systems, Difference equation representation of LTI system; Solving differential & difference equations. Unit III DTFS: Evaluation of DTFS coefficients, Properties of DTFS, Introduction to Fourier transforms Properties of FT: Linearity, Time & frequency shifting with numerical, Properties of FT: Time & frequency scaling, multiplication, differentiation, integration with numerical, Properties of FT: Convolution in time domain, Parseval’s theorem, DTFT representation, its properties. Parseval’s relation, Numericals on DTFT. Unit IV Sampling theorem and Reconstruction of continuous time signals from samples. Applications of signal processing to communication systems: Introduction, types of modulation, benefits of modulation, Full Amplitude modulation, DSSC modulation, Quadrature carrier multiplexing, other variants of Amplitude modulation, Pulse Amplitude modulation, Multiplexing. Unit V Infinite Impulse response (IIR) Filters: Introduction to digital filters, IIR filter design by approximation of derivatives,IIR filter design by impulse invariant method, IIR filter design by the Bilinear transformation, Butterworth filters, and frequency transformation and problems 29 Text Books 1. Signals and Systems, SymonHaykin and Barry Van Veen, John Wiley and Sons,2010 2. Signals and Systems: Alan V. Oppenheim, Alan S. Willsky, and with S. Hamid, PHI 2009 3. Digital signal processing-S. Salivahanan, A.Vallavaraj and C. Gnanapriya(Chapter 5) McGraw-Hill 2001 4. Digital signal processing –Proakis and Manolakis, 3rd edition Prenticc Hall of India, 2007 5. Digital signal processing : Alan V. Oppenheim, Ronald W. Schafer Prenticc Hall of India, 1978 References 1. Signals and Systems: Ganesh Rao and SatishTunga, Pearson publisher ,2009 Course Outcomes: 1. Analyze and describe signals mathematically in continuous-time and discrete-time domain. 2. Understand various system properties and solve differential and difference equations 3. Understand the intuitive meaning of frequency domain and compute the discrete Fourier series and Fourier transform for a given signal 4. Understand the sampling theorem and the application of Fourier analysis to amplitude modulation . 5. Convert the given analog filter design to design digital IIR filters. Course Outcomes a Analyze and describe signals x mathematically in continuous-time and discrete-time domain. Understand various system properties x and solve differential and difference equations Understand the intuitive meaning of x frequency domain and compute the discrete Fourier series and Fourier transform for a given signal Able to understand sampling theorem x and the application of Fourier analysis to amplitude modulation Convert the given analog filter design x to design digital IIR filters. b 30 c x d x Program Outcomes e f g h i x x x x x x x x x x x x x j k l EMBEDDED CONTROLLERS Sub Code: EI403 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: To understand basics of microprocessor and microcontroller To understand 8051 microcontroller architecture and instruction set To understand basic peripherals available in 8051 and writing program to use. To understand MSP 430 microcontroller architecture To understand peripherals and programming in both cross assembler and C. Course Contents: Unit 1 8051 Architecture: Micro processors Vs Micro controller, RISC and SISC architectures,8051 architecture, pin functions organizations, Memory architecture, I/o Parts, PSW, stack, Timers/counters, UART, power control and Interrupt control special function registers, Unit – II Programming on 8051: Introduction to Instruction set (Basic structure of instruction, types, two examples of instruction under each type), addressing modes – with example instruction. Basics introduction to C programming with emphasis on KEIL IDE and 8051.h library include file. Programming to use timers and counters in all modes, Programming to use UART in different modes. Unit – III Applications with 8051:Programming to use Interrupt (usage of timers, and UART in interrupt mode). Interfacing hardware with 8051; basic switches, LED, 7 segment display, LCD, ADC( 0804), DAC (0800), Stepper motor, controlling speed of DC motor with PWM. Unit – IV Introduction to Advanced Microcontrollers: Salient features of advanced microcontrollers, MSP430F2013: Architecture and pin functions, Memory, Clock generator, CPU – Registers, constant generators, Addressing Modes, Instruction set and emulated instruction set. Development Environment: Introduction, Aspects of C for Embedded Systems, Introduction to MSP430- starter kit. Parallel ports. 12 Hrs Unit - V Interrupts and LP Modes: Interrupts and ISRs. Low Power Modes of operation. Application examples of hex keypad, multiplexed display, LCD and stepper/DC motor interfaces using C. Mixed Signal Systems: Introduction, Op-Amp module, Comparator module, Relaxation oscillator using comparator_A. Architecture and operations of ADC10 and SD16 Sigma-Delta ADC. Basic introduction to DAC12. Note: programming with assembly and C in 8051 and in C for MSP430 Text books: 1. Kenneth J Ayala: the 8051 Micro Controller architecture, Programming and applications Thomson Learning 2005 2. Mazidi and Mazidi: 8051 microcontroller programming using C 3. John H. Davies, MSP430 Microcontroller Basics, Newnes ,Elsevier, 2008. 4. Cris Nagy, Embedded Systems Design using the TI MSP430 Series,Newnes, Elsevier, 2003. 31 Course Outcomes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Able to differentiate between controller and processor. Able to use 8051 microcontroller in small system design. Able to write programs in assembly and C language for 8051. Able to understand 16 bit processor MSP430 and its architecture. Able to write small program in C for MSP430. Course Outcomes a × Able to differentiate between controller and processor Able to use 8051 microcontroller in small system design Able to write programs in assembly and C for 8051 micro controller Able to understand 16 bit processor × MSP430 and its architecture Able to write small programs in C for MSP430 b c × × × 32 Program Outcomes d e f g h i × × × × × × j k l EMBEDDED CONTROLLERS LAB Sub Code: EI403L Contact Hours: 2 hours/week Pre requisite: NIL Credits: 0:0:1 Course Objectives: This laboratory course will provide students with knowledge of practical microcontrollers To enable students to handle the handle the microcontroller 8051 and MSP430 kits. To enable students to write 8051 assembly level programs and C programs for 8051 and MSP430. To enable students to interface practical hardware kits to controller board. List of Experiments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Simple assembly language programming (8051) to transfer a block of data. Simple assembly language programming (8051) to interchange a block of data. Simple assembly language programming (8051) to fing the largest and smallest number. DAC interface to 8051 microcontroller (ALP and C). Stepper motor interface to 8051 microcontroller with C program Square and cube of 8 bit and 16 bit data using MSP 430 C program to interface LED and realize up/down binary and decimal counter using MSP 430. 8. C program to realize decimal up / down counter using 7 segment Display using MSP430. 9. C program to realise ADC interface to MSP 430 microcontroller. 10. C program to Interface LCD module and display given characters/string using MSP 430 Course Outcomes: 1. 2. 3. 4. Able to use microcontroller kits Able to write program using KEIL and MSP IDEs. Able to write assembly and C program to perform small task. Able to interface Hardware kits to microcontroller. Course Outcomes a Able to use microcontroller kits Able to write program using KEIL and MSP IDEs. Able to write assembly and C program to perform small task. Able to interface Hardware kits to microcontroller. b x × 33 c x × Program Outcomes d e f g h i x x × × × x x x j k l INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION-1 Sub Code: EI404 Contact Hours: 4 hours/week Pre requisite: Nil Credits: 4:0:0 Course Objectives: To impart students with the fundamental concepts, working principles and applications of various transducers for sensing physical parameters such as vibration, shock, sound, Force, torque, Displacement, Temperature, pressure, flow, temperature. To enable the students to analyze and solve various problems on the sensors and develop suitable designs for practical applications. To study the design of signal conditioning circuits using the sensors for different industrial applications. To develop the student skill to access Manufacturer's data sheets to choose appropriate sensors and transducers for different applications and interpret the same. Course Contents: Unit-I Strain Gauge : Introduction, Ballast Circuits, Gauge sensitivity and Wheat stone bridges, Temperature Compensation for Strain gauge circuits , Different Types of Strain Gauges and Rosettes , Strain gauge circuitry with Signal conditioning circuit, Applications of Strain Gauge Vibration, Shock and Sound : Vibration and Shock, Measurement of Vibration, Seismic Transducers for Shock measurement , Different types of accelerometer (potentiometeric LVDT, strain gauge, piezoelectric, variable reluctance), Gyroscopic devices- measurement of angular velocity, Vibration measurement with Signal conditioning circuit, Applications of Vibration transducers, Measurement of sound using Microphone and its application Unit-II Force, Torque and Displacement: Basic methods of Force measurement, Hydraulic and Pneumatic load cells, Load cell with signal conditioning circuits, Applications of Force transducers, Torque measurement using Strain gauge , Potentiometer, LVDT, Capacitive transducers, piezoelectric transducers, Displacement transducer with Signal conditioning circuit, Applications of Displacement transducer Unit-III Pressure: Standards and calibration ,Different methods of pressure measurement , Pressure sensing elements (Bourdon vacuum gauge, Diaphragm vacuum gauge, Capsule vacuum gauge), Different types of manometer, Different types of pressure transducers (strain gauge, capacitive, piezoelectric), High pressure measurement , Vacuum pressure measurement , Pressure transducer with Signal conditioning circuit, Applications of Pressure Transducers Unit-IV Temperature ( contact type): Standards and calibration, Thermal expansion methods, Pressure thermometers, Thermocouple, Reference junction compensation , Resistance Temperature Detector , Thermistor, junction semiconductor sensors, Heat flux gauges, Temperature Transducers with Signal conditioning circuit Unit-V Temperature (non – contact type): Radiation Basics, Blackbody Concepts , Different types of Radiation Thermometers, Infrared Thermocouple, IR Fiber optic probe, IR Thermometer, Linescanning& Thermography, cryogenic temperature measurement 34 Reference Books: 1. Measurement systems application and design, E.O.Doebline 4thedition,TMH 2. Instrumentation for Process Measurement Norman. A. Anderson,3rd edition, CRC 3. Principle of Measurement System by John. P. Bentley, 3rd edition, Pearson,2007 4. Process Measurement by Bela .G. Liptak Course Outcomes: 1. Analyse and design signal conditioning circuits for various industrial applications using strain gauge, vibrations sensor & microphones. 2. Analyse and implement signal conditioning circuits using Force, torque & Displacement transducers. 3. Analyse and design signal conditioning circuits for low, medium & high pressure applications using pressure sensors. 4. Analyse and develop signal conditioning circuits using contact type temperature sensors such as RTD, Thermistor, thermocouple & AD590. 5. Analyse the non contact type temperature sensors & its applications in Industry. Course Outcomes Analyze and design signal conditioning circuits for various industrial applications using strain gauge, vibrations sensor & microphones. Analyze and implement signal conditioning circuits using Force, torque & Displacement transducers. Analyse and design signal conditioning circuits for low, medium & high pressure applications using pressure sensors. Analyze and develop signal conditioning circuits using contact type temperature sensors such as RTD, Thermistor, thermocouple & AD590. Analyse the non contact type temperature sensors & its applications in Industry.. Program Outcomes a b c d e f x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x g h i x x x x 35 x j k l INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION-1 LAB Sub Code: EI404L Contact Hours: 2 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 0:0:1 Course Objectives: Observe the response and plot characteristics of transducers such as potentiometer, LVDT, Load cell, Capacitive transducer, pressure transmitter, RTD, Thermistor, Thermocouple, AD590. Interpret and analyze experimental results with theoretical concepts. Calibrating the sensors using two point calibration method using signal conditioning circuits consisting of Wheatstone bridge and Instrumentation Amplifier in case of RTD, Thermistors, Load cell & pressure transmitter.. Design signal conditioning circuit to make the transducer output compatible to interface with other devices for further processing. Use internet to access manufacturer's data sheets of various transducers such as AD590 & AD595 (IC used for cold junction compensation in Thermocouple) Study and interpret data sheets of different transducers to select the suitable transducer for particular application and safe operation. List of Experiments: 1. Displacement measurement using Potentiometer 2. Displacement measurement using LVDT 3. Strain gauge load cell 4. Linear and Angular displacement using capacitive transducer 5. Vibration measurement using Piezo electric transducer 6. Pressure transmitter/ transducer calibration 7. Rough vacuum measurement using vacuum pressure transducer 8. Temperature measurement using RTD 9. Temperature measurement using Thermistor 10. Temperature measurement using T/C 11. Temperature measurement using AD590 12. Temperature measurement using IR sensor Reference Books: 1. Measurement systems application and design, E.O.Doebline 4thedition,TMH 2. Instrumentation for Process Measurement Norman. A. Anderson,3rd edition, CRC 3. Principle of Measurement System by John. P. Bentley, 3rd edition, Pearson,2007 4. Process Measurement by Bela .G. Liptak Course Outcomes: 1. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of temperature measurement transducers such as RTD, Thermistor, Thermocouple & AD590. 2. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of displacement measuring transducers such as LVDT, potentiometer & Capacitive transducer 3. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of strain gauge type load cell. 4. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of pressure transducer. 5. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of velocity& acceleration of Vibration transducer. 36 Course Outcomes Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of temperature measurement transducers such as RTD, Thermistor, Thermocouple & AD590. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of displacement measuring transducers such as LVDT, potentiometer & Capacitive transducers. Analyse the response and plot the characteristics of strain gauge type load cell. Analyze the response and plot the characteristics of pressure transducer. Analyse the response and plot the characteristics of velocity & acceleration of Vibration transducer. Program Outcomes a b c d e f x x x x g h i x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 37 x x x j k l CONTROL SYSTEMS Sub Code: EI405 Contact Hours: 5 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 3:1:0 Course Objectives: To learn the fundamental concepts of Control systems and mathematical modeling of the system & time response of prototype 1st and 2nd order system. To understand the concept of time response and frequency response of the system To learn the basics of stability analysis of the system. To understand the concepts of compensation techniques Course Contents: Unit-I Modeling of Systems: Types of Control Systems, Mathematical models of physical systems – Introduction- Differential equations of physical systems (Mechanical systems, Friction, Translational systems) (Mechanical accelerometer, Levered systems excluded), Mathematical models of Rotational systems- Gear trains, Analogous systems Block Diagrams and signal flow graphs: Transfer functions, Block diagram algebra, Signal flow graphs (State variable formulation excluded) Unit-II Time Response of feedback control systems: Standard test signals, Steady state errors and error constants, Unit step response of First and second order systems, Time response specifications of second order systems, P, PI, PD and PID Compensation, Analysis using MATLAB Unit-III Stability Analysis: Stability, Routh-Hurwitz Criterion, Root Locus Technique, Construction of Root Locus, Stability, Dominant Poles, Application of Root Locus Diagram – Nyquist Stability Criterion - Relative Stability, Analysis using MATLAB Unit-IV Frequency domain analysis: correlation between time and frequency response, Frequency Response – Bode Plot, Polar Plot, Nyquist Plot – Frequency Domain specifications from the plots – Constant M and N Circles – Nichol’s Chart – Use of Nichol’s Chart in Control System Analysis. Series, Parallel, series-parallel Compensators - Lead, Lag, and Lead Lag Compensators, Analysis using MATLAB Unit-V Design of Feedback Control System: approaches to system design, lead, lag, lead-lag compensator networks and example. lead, lag, lead-lag compensator design using Bode and Root Locus Techniques,design for deadbeat response Reference Books: 1. J. Nagrath and M.Gopal, “ Control Systems Engineering”, New age International (P) Limited, Publishers, Fourth edition – 2005 2. “Modern Control engineering”, K. OGATA, Pearson Education Asia/ PHI, 4th Edition, 2002. 3. Richard C. Dorf , Robert H. Bishop , “ Modern Control Systems” Pearson education ,2004 38 Course Outcomes: 1. Able to develop mathematical model of physical system(Transfer function) 2. Able to design controller( P,PI,PID) for a given process 3. Analyze the stability of the system in time domain 4. Analyze the stability of the system in frequency domain. 5. Able to design compensation network. Course Outcomes a Able to develop x mathematical model of physical system(Transfer function) Able to design x controller( P,PI,PID) for a given process Analyze the stability of x the system in time domain Analyze the stability of x the system in frequency domain. Able to design x compensation network c Program Outcomes e f g h b x x d x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 39 i x j k l CONTROL SYSTEM LAB Sub Code: EI405L Contact Hours: 2 hours/week Pre requisite : Nil Credits: 0:0:1 Course Objectives: To study the dynamic behaviour of 1st and 2nd order in time domain To study the dynamic behaviour of 1st and 2nd order in frequency domain To study the basic controller To study the control applications with hardware. List Of Experiments: 1. Frequency response characteristics of a first order system. 2. Time response characteristics of a first order system. 3. Frequency response characteristics of a second order system. 4. Time response characteristics of a second order system. 5. Constant gain compensation in time and frequency domain. 6. Compensating Networks – Characteristics 7. Design of compensation networks 8. Study of PD, PI, PID controller characteristics 9. Study of deadbeat response 10. Microprocessor based servo system. 11. Speed Control system (Open loop & closed loop). 12. Real time control of Inverted Pendulum. (Demo experiment) 13. Real time control of Gyroscope. (Demo experiment) Course Outcomes: 1. Able to understand and analyse dynamic behaviour of 1st and 2nd order system in time and frequency domain using simulation tool. 2. Able to design a compensation network. 3. Able to design P,PI,and PID controller 4. Able to apply the control system on Hardware. Course Outcomes a Able to understand and x analyze dynamic st behavior of 1 and 2nd order system in time and frequency domain using simulation tool. Able to design a x compensation network. Able to design P,PI and x PID controller Able to apply the x control system on Hardware. Program Outcomes e f g h x b x c x d x x x x x x x x x x x x 40 i j k l