EEE-2502: Electronics-I  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-2501

EEE-2501: Electronics-I

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Introduction to Semiconductors: P- and N-type Semiconductors, P-N junction under forward and reverse bias. Diodes and It’s Applications: Graphical analysis of diode circuits, Equivalent circuits, Rectifiers and smoothing filters, Regulated power supplies. Characteristics of Different types of Diodes: Zener, Tunnel..

Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJTs):  Principal of Operation, I-V Characteristics, Transistor Circuits Configurations (CE, CB, CC), BJT Biasing and Thermal Stabilization, AC Load Line. BJTs at Low Frequencies: Hybrid model, h-parameters, Small Signal Analysis of BJT amplifiers, BJTs at High Frequency response.

Field Effect Transistors (FET):  Principle of operation and characteristic equations of JFET, MOSFET-depletion and enhancement type, N- and P-channels, CMOS, Biasing arrangements, FETs as voltage controlled switches and resistors.

EEE-2304: Electrical Machines-II  Sessional

3/2 hours/week                    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-2303

EEE-2303: Electrical Machines-II

4 hours/week       Credit: 4

Single Phase Induction Motor: Principle, Construction and types, Performance, Double revolving field theory, Cross field theory, Equivalent circuits.

Special Machines: Universal motor, Repulsion motor, Reluctance motor, Electrostatic motor, Permanent magnet motor, Hysteresis motor, Stepper motor and Power modulators; Power rectifiers and Frequency multipliers, Brush less DC motor.

Synchronous Generators:  Alternators, General outline of synchronous generators, Types of alternator, Salient pole and  nonsalient pole, Armature and field cores, Winding, Insulation, Cooling. Air‑gap flux and voltage expressions, Armature Windings, Alternator regulation, Determination of machine parameters from tests, Phasor diagrams, armature reaction, Concept of direct and quadrature axis reactances, Losses and efficiency, Blondel's two reaction analysis, Transient conditions in alternators, concept of interconnected system of alternators, Conditions, Methods and problems of parallel operation and load sharing of synchronous generators.

Synchronous Motors: General Constructional feature, Theory of operation, Motor terminal characteristics, Mathematical analysis, phasor diagrams, V‑curves, Motor tests, Losses, Efficiency and starting.

Generalized Energy Conversion Process: General principles of Electromechanical energy conversion, Energy storage, Transformation and conversion, Methods of formulation of motion equations and co-ordinate transformation, Interpretation of generalized machines from field concepts.

ME-2102: Thermofluid Mechanics  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on ME-2101

ME-2101: Thermofluid Mechanics

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Fundamental concepts and definition of Thermodynamics. Equation of state, Properties and laws of perfect gases. Non-flow and Flow processes. Ideal gas cycles. Law of Thermodynamics and their corollaries. Internal combustion engines : Petrol engine. Diesel engine and gas turbines. Properties of pure substance, Thermodynamics of steam generation, boilers, vapour power cycles: Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle and Reheat cycle. Steam turbines, Basic refrigeration cycle.

Fundamental concepts of Fluid Mechanics. Fluid properties and statics, the basic hydrostatic equation, manometers. Continuity equation for a control volume, momentum and energy equations. Laminar and turbulent flows, Flow through pipes, Flow measurement devices. Turbomachineries: Pelton wheel, Francis turbine, Kaplan turbine, Centrifugal and Reciprocating pumps, Fans.

CE-2108: Mechanics of Solids  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on CE-2107

CE-2107: Mechanics of Solids

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Introduction, Analysis of forces, Stress and strain, Mechanical properties of materials, Allowable stresses, Stresses in the pressure vessels, Torsional stresses in circular shafts and circular beams.

Shear force and bending moment diagrams for statically determinate structures, Stresses in beams, Deflection, Combined Stresses, Column, Welded and riveted joints, Stress-strain characteristics of guys and cables, Cable and guy Structures.

Math-2203: Engineering Mathematics-IV 

4 hours/week       Credit: 4

Matrix: Definitions, Addition, Multiplication of matrices, Transpose of matrix and Inverse matrix.

Differential Equation: Definition, Formation of differential equations, Solution of first order differential equations by  various methods, Solution of differential equation of first order and higher degrees. Solution of general linear equations of second and higher orders with constant co-efficient, Solution of Euler’s homogeneous linear equations, Solution of differential equations in series by the method of Frobenius. Bessel’s functions, Legendre’s Polynomials and their properties.

Partial Differential Equation: Elimination of arbitrary constant and arbitrary function, Solution of differential equation by the method based on the factorization of the operator. Solution of the linear and  non-linear partial differential equations by various methods, Homogeneous P.D.E. of higher order with constant co-efficient, Non homogeneous  linear equations with constant co-efficient, Non-homogeneous linear P.D. E. with variable co-efficient.