CSE-3110: Programming Techniques & Numerical Analysis

3 hours/week       Credit: 1.5

Organization of Computing Systems: Block diagram, Processors, Mother board, Memories, I/O devices, Peripheral cards, etc.; Principles of programming; Flow chart; The FORTRAN Language; Introduction to BASIC and PASCAL Languages; Numerical methods and computational algorithms; Application of computers in solving electrical & electronic engineering problems.

EEE-3004:  Electrical & Electronic Design

3 hours/week       Credit: 1.5

General Design Principles of Electrical Apparatus: Electric and magnetic circuits, Design and specification of Chokes, Transformers, Starters, Field regulators etc.  Elements of design of rotating machines, Design and interpretation of electrical system layouts.

General Design Aspect of Electronic Devices: Filters, Amplifiers, Oscillators, Audio transformers,  Power supply from both mains and batteries, Typical design problems.


EEE-3604: Microprocessor & Interfacing  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-3603

EEE-3603: Microprocessor & Interfacing

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Introduction to different  types  of  microprocessors: 8 bit, 16 bit, 32 bit & their architectures & pin diagram , Pentium microprocessors & Co- processors, RISC & CISC processors. Instruction sets & assembly language   programming.

Microprocessor  peripherals & their interfacing: Typical microprocessor interfacing –memory  interface , Programmed I/P, Interrupt I/O, DMA controlled I/O. D/A & A/D converters .

Standard for bus architectures & ports: ISA, EISA, MCA, PCI, VESA, Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP), Universal Serial Bus (USB), RS-232C, RS-423A, RS-449 & RS-366, IEEE-488 BUS & Bus system  in a Multiprocessor System. Introduction to operating  system & Memory arrangement. Introduction embedded systems.


EEE-3504: Electronics-III  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credit: 0.75

Laboratory experiments based on EEE-3503

EEE-3503: Electronics-III

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Feedback Amplifiers: Types of feedback, feedback concept, effect of feedback on transistor and FET gain, loop gain, amplifier characteristics.  Negative feedback amplifiers and their applications, Stability and Nyquist criterion.

Sinusoidal Oscillators: Conditions of self-oscillation, Phase shift and Resonant circuit oscillators, Colpitts and Hartley oscillators, Wien Bridge and Crystal oscillators.

Radio & TV Engineering: TRF and super heterodyne Transmitter and Receiver, TV Transmitter & Receiver, Scanning, Introduction of Color TV, CCTV, CATV.

Radio Engineering: Properties and Propagation of radio wave, Radio Transmitter & Receiver, TRF and super heterodyne Transmitter & Receiver, AM and FM Transmitter & Receiver.

Biomedical Electronics: Biomedical potentials: resting and action potentials. Electronic conduction system of heart, Electrocardiogram (ECG): introduction to X-ray, Ultra Sound , Computed  Tomography (CT) Scan, MRI.


EEE-3101: Electrical Circuits-II

4 hours/week       Credit: 4

Characteristics of a linear system: physical and mathematical viewpoint of linear system, properties of linear differential equations; classical methods of transient and steady-state solutions of differential and Integro-differential equations; Lumped element electrical systems: Network elements, Magnetic coupling, Dual networks, Network Theorems; Analogous systems: Linear mechanical elements, D' Alembert's principle, force-voltage analogy, force-current analogy, Mechanical coupling, Circuit analysis by Fourier methods: Effective values and power of non-sinusoidal waves, Fourier series expansion of periodic functions, Exponential form of  Fourier series, Fourier integrals and Fourier transforms.

 

Laplace Transformation, Shifting Theorem, gate function, Laplace transform of periodic functions, Differentiation and Integration Theorems, Application of Laplace transformation, The inverse laplace transformation and their application to linear circuits, Impulse function, Convolution and superposition integral, Heaviside's expansion theorem and their applications, sampled-data systems, Introduction to Z-transform.


Hum-3203: Socioeconomic and Environmental Aspects of Engineering Projects

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Economic and social structure, development and economic growth, socio-economic indicators, population, prosperity and poverty, employment of workforce, population of displacement, rehabilitation strategy, productivity, landloss, land use, and land ownership patterns, fisheries and aquaculture, deforestation and afforestation, communication, commerce, industries and other economic benefits, water supply, sanitation, health and nutrition, inequalities in distribution of benefits and losses, socio-economic survey, case studies.

Hum-3201: Industrial Management

3 hours/week       Credit: 3

Industrial Management: Definition, Its nature and significance, Development of management, Scientific management, Process & Principles of management, Management Practices in large scale industries in Bangladesh. Administration, Management and Organization, Authority and responsibility, Specialization and Division of Labor.

Organization Structures: Principles of organization, Line organization, Line and staff organization & functional organization, Organization chart, Policies, Decision-making.

Planning: Types of planning, Financial structure, General objectives and policies, Capital investment, Shares, Loans and working capital relation between original planning and production planning & control, Elements of cost of production, Depreciation, various methods, Amortization- Obsolescence, Allocation of overhead cost, Fixed, variable and Semi-variable costs.

Personnel Management: Selection, Recruitment, and Training, Job evaluation, Appraisal, Promotion, transfer, Supervisory personnel merit rating, Wages systems, Incentives, Supplementary wage and salary administration, Morals and motivation, Working conditions, Accident prevention, Time & motion study, Safety instructions and health measure- Industrial relation.

Plant Layout: Layout of physical facilities, transportation, Storage, Materials handling, Maintenance and repairs. Production-control in intermittent and continuous manufacturing industry-Objectives and functions of production control -Supplementary Planning-Scheduling-Dispatching Assembly line control. Forecasting, Co-ordination in sales and manufacturing economics, Cost reduction and cost control. Purchasing policy, Inventory control, Wastage elimination, Economic lot. Sales organization and promotion. Measures of performance, Measurement and analytical problems of productivity, Cost of management and industrial re-organization.

Budgetary Control: Definition and importance, Types of budget, Construction of budget.


Math-3203: Engineering Mathematics-VI 

4 hours/week       Credit: 4

Numerical Analysis: Solution of Algebraic equations, Graphical method, Iterative method, Newton’s method, Gauss reduction formulae for linear interpolation: Forward and backward difference table, Newton’s formula for forward, backward and divided difference, Lagrange’s interpolation formula.

Curve Fitting: Method of least square.

Numerical Differentiation: Use of Newton’s interpolation formula Douglas-Avakian method, Graphical differentiation maxima-minima, Raphson’s methods.

Numerical Integrations: Trapezoidal rule, Simpson’s rule, Use of Lagrange’s interpolation formula, Graphical integration. Solution of differential equation; Adam’s method for 1st order equation, Picard’s method, Runge’s method, Kutta’s method, Finite difference method.

Statistics: Frequency distribution Mean, Median, Mode and other measure of central tendency. Standard deviation and other measures of dispersion, Moments, Skewness and Kurtosis. Elementary probability theory and discontinuous probability distributions, e.g. binomial, Poisson and negative binomials, Continuous probability distributions, Elementary Sampling theory, Estimation, Hypothesis testing, Correlation & Regression analysis.