Hum 1302          English Language Practice

3/2 hours/week  Credits: 0.75


Lab session for the improvement of the learners’ fluency in speaking and listening skill.


ME 1004            Engineering Drawing-II

3 hours/week    Credits: 1.50

 

Review of first and third angle projections; Orthographic drawings; Isometric views; Missing lines and views, Sectional views and conventional practices; Auxiliary views. Fasteners and gears, working drawing of machine elements with sectional views; detail drawing; sub-assembly drawing, assembly drawing.

Hum 1303         Economics & Accounting

3 hours/week    Credits: 3.00

 

Economics: Definition & scope of economics; its utility importance to engineering definition of engineering economics; basic concepts of economics; utility of goods; wealth; value; price & want; theory of utility & demand the law of diminishing marginal and its measurement; consumer's surplus; production; factors or production; division of labor; localization of industries; specialization; small & large scale production; distribution the marginal productivity theory; economics of development & planning basic concepts of saving; investment; GNP; per capita income; growth rate; policy instruments of developments fiscal policy; momentary policy their relative applicability in Bangladesh; some planning tools capital output ratio; input-output analysis; planning in Bangladesh five year plan. development problems related to agriculture; industry and population of Bangladesh; role of state & engineers in economic development; natural resources in Bangladesh; trade & commerce; banking system.

Accounting: Accounting and its uses in business decisions.

Financial Accounting: Recording processes of accounts; The Journal, The Ledger, Financial statement. Depreciation techniques.

Financial Management: Financial statement analysis; Ratio analysis, liquidity ratio, leverage ratio, profitability ratio, activity ratio; capital budgeting; Discounted cash flow, NPV, IRR, ARR, payback period method: working capital management; Definition, nature of WC, sources of finance.

Cost Accounting: Definition, Need for cost accounting, scope, definition of cost and cost center. Classification of costs; direct and indirect raw material, direct and indirect labor, overhead costs, preparation of cost sheet.

EEE 1304         Basic Electrical Engineering Sessional
3/2 hours/week Credits : 0.75

Experiments based on EEE-1303

EEE 1303         Basic Electrical Engineering

3 hours/week    Credits: 3.00

 

Laws of electric circuit: Ohm’s law, Kirchhoffs voltage and current laws, delta-wye transformation.

A.C. Circuits: Introduction to AC Circuits, Instantaneous current and power, R-, L-, CS, RL-and RLC- circuits. Effective current and voltage, average values, form factor, crest factor, power-real and reactive.

Impedances in polar and Cartesian forms. Sinusoidal single phase circuit analysis. Impedance in series, parallel branches, series-parallel circuits.

Network Analysis: Network analysis methods of branch and loop currents, method of node-pair voltages, Nortorn’s theorm, Thevenin’s theorem and Superposition theorem.

Electromagnetic forces & torque: Forces upon a current-carrying conductor and charged particle moving in a magnetic field.  Electric motor. Electromagnetic induction and emf, Lenz’s law, Blv rule, A.C. generator.

Balanced polyphase circuits: Three-phase, four wire system of generated emfs, three-phase, three-wire systems, balanced wye loads, balanced delta loads, power in balanced systems, power factor.

Measuring Instruments: Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter etc

Ch 1304               Chemistry-II  Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75

 

Experiments based on Ch-1303.


Ch 1303                Chemistry-II

4 hours/week     Credits : 4

Inorganic Chemistry : Atomic structure, quantum numbers, different rules/principles dealing with distribution of electrons in atom, chemical bond; strong & weak bonds, their formation, conditions & properties, Fajan's rules, modern concept of covalent bond, hybridisation, valence shell electron-pair repulsion (VSEPR) model and molecular shape, noble gases; their isolation, compound formation, properties & uses, heavy water; manufacture, properties & uses, oxidation-reduction reaction & oxidation number.

Physical Chemistry : Chemical equilibrium; characteristics, law of mass action, Le Chatelier's principle & applications, thermo-chemistry; enthalpies of formation, reaction, combustion, neutralization, laws of thermo-chemistry, distribution law; its statement, derivation, modification & applications, concentration of a solution & its units, Henry's law, properties of dilute solution; lowering of vapor pressure (Raoult's law), elevation of boiling point, depression of freezing point & osmotic pressure, Colloids : definition, classification & preparation, chemical kinetics; rate, order & molecularity of reaction, factors affecting rate & rate expressions, self-ionization of water & concept of pH, phase rule.



Ph 1304                   Physics-II Sessional

3/2 hours/week    Credits : 0.75

 

Experiments based on Ph-1303.


Ph 1303                 Physics-II

4 hours/week    Credits: 4.00

 

Thermal Physics: Kinetic theory of gases, Kinetic calculation of pressure, temperature and energy, Ratio of specific heats; Mean free path, Equation of state, Van der Waal’s equation of state, Critical constants, Van der Waals constant, Thermal conductivity, Rectilinear, Cylindrical and spherical flow of heat, Heat flow through compound walls.The Zeroth law and First law of thermodynamics and their applications, Isothermal, Adiabatic, Isochoric and Isobaric processes, Work done by expanding gases, Adiabatic gas equation, Reversible and irreversible processes, Second law of thermodynamics, The Carnot cycle, Entropy, Entropy of a perfect gas. Properties of Matter: Gravitation Keplar’s Laws of motion, Gravitational Potential and field due to (a) A spherical shell (b) Solid sphere and (c) hollow sphere, Escape velocity, Velocity of satellite. Elasticity, Elastic constants, Relation between Elastic constants.Surface tension, Surface energy, Excess pressure of curved surface, capillarity, Determination of surface tension of water by capillary tube method. Fluid dynamics, Equation of continuity, Bernoullies equation, Viscosity, Coefficient of viscosity, Poiseuille’s equation, Determination of coefficient of Viscosity by capillary flow method. Oscillations and Waves: Oscillations; The simple harmonic wave equation and its solution, Composition of simple harmonic motion- Lissajou’s figure, Damped harmonic motion and its solution, Forced oscillation and resonance Wave motion, Types of wave motion, Expression for plane progressive wave, Energy calculation of stationary and progressive wave, Interference of sound wave, Beats, Doppler effect. Electricity and Magnetism: The electric force and Columb’s law, Gauss’ law and it’s aplications, The electric  field and potential due to continuous charge distribution, electric dipole and quadrapole, The magnetic field and flux, Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor, Hall effect, Biot-Savart law and Amperes law and their applications, Faraday’s law, Lenz law, self induction and mutual induction, Magnetic properties of matter; Different types of magnetism, Three magnetic vectors, Permeability and Susceptibility, Hysteresis.


Math 1303        Mathematics-II

4 hours/week     Credit: 4.00

 

Set theory: Sets, relations, partial order sets, function.

Differential Calculus: Limit, Continuity and differentiability, differentiation of explicit and implicit function, significance of derivatives, differential coefficient, Successive differentiation of various types of functions, Leibnitz’s theorem, Rolle’s theorem, Mean value theorems, Taylor’s theorem, Maclaurin’s theorem, Lagrange’s remainder theorem, Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous function, maxima and minima, Tangent and normal, Curvature, Asymptotes, Curve tracing, Indeterminate forms, L’Hospital’s rule.

Integral Calculus: Definitions of integration, Integration by method of substitution, integration by parts, Standard integrals, Integration by the method of successive reduction, Definite integrals, Beta and Gamma functions, Jacobian, Length of curves, Area of bounded by plane curves volume and surface area of solid of revolution, Multiple integration and application