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Amravati university first sem syllabus


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this syllabus is common to all first sem branches in amravati university...



MATHEMATICS-I
SECTION-A
Unit I : Successive Differentation : Leibnitz's theorem. Taylor's and
Maclaurin's theorems. Indeterminate forms. (10 Hrs.)
Unit II : Partial differentation. Euler's theorem on homogeneous
functions, transformation of independent variables,
(10 Hrs.)
Unit III : Jacobians of explicit and implicit functions with properties,
functional dependence. Maxima and minima of functions of
two variables, Lagrange's method of undertermined
multipliers. (10 Hrs.)
SECTION-B
Unit IV : Recuction formulae. Gamma and Beta functions with
properties. Tracing of curves. Rectification. (10 Hrs.)
Unit V : Ordinary differential equation - Solution of first order and
first degree differential equations by various methods
(variable separable, Homogeneous and reducible to
homogeneous, linear and reducible linear, exact and reducible
to exact and method of substitution). (10 Hrs)
Unit VI : Solution of differential equations of first order and higher
degree by various methods, Applications of differential
equations of first order and first degree to problems on
geometry, mechanics, chemical Engineering, Electrical Engg.
(10 Hrs.)
Books Recommended :-
1) Elements of Applied Mathematics by P.N. Wartikar & J.N.Wartikar.
2) A Text Book of Applied Mathematics by P.N. Wartikar & J.N.Wartikar.
3) A Text Book of Differential Calculas by Gorakh Prasad.
4) Engg. Mathematics by Chandrika Prasad.
5) Advancing Engg. Mathematics by E.K.Kreyzig.
6) Higher Engg. Mathematics by B.S.Grewal.


APPLIED CHEMISTRY - I
Unit I : Electrochemistry, Corrosion and Corrosion Control :-
A) Nernst Theory of Single Electrode potential, Nernst
equation, Electrochemical series, Galvanic series. Batteries-
Principle of Batteries, Types of Batteries-Lead Storage cell,
Zn-C dry cell and Silveroxide battery. Fuel cell-H2-O2 type.
Solar Cells and porduction of electricity using solar energy.
B) Corrosion : Dry & Wet corrosion and its mechanism, Types
of corrosion-Pitting corrosion, waterline corrosion,
intergranular corrosion, soil corrosion and stress corrosion.
C) Corrosion control - Design and meterial selection, Anodic
and cathodic protection, hot dipping :- galvanizing, and
tinning. (10 Hrs.)
Unit II : Water treatment and analysis :-
Hardness of water, Units of Hardness, Experimental
determination by EDTA method, Softening of water and
processes like - Lime-Soda, Ion exchange and Zeolite,
Numerical problems based on L-S & Zeolite process. Potable
Water-Disinfection by Cl2 & O3.
Boiler feed water & Boiler troubles :- Requirement and
treatment of Boiler feed water, Boiler corrosion, Caustic
embrittlement, Priming and foaming & Scale and sludge
formation and Internal treatment for boiler feed water
{Carbonate conditioning, phosphate conditioning.}
(10 Hrs.)
Unit III : Phase rule and Cement :-
A) Phase rule and its applications :- Phase rule, Study of
terms phase, components and degrees of freedom.
Application of Phase rule to one component system (Water
System) & two component systems (Cd-Bi, Fe-C).
B) Cement :- Raw materials, Classification of cement, Portland
cement, Manufacture of cement by wet process, setting and
hardening of cement, heat of hydration, soundness of cement.
(10 Hrs.)
PRACTICAL EXAMINATION
1. Determination of NaOH and Na2CO3 in given alkali mixture.
2. Determination of hardness of water by EDTA titration method.
3. Determination of chloride ions in water sample.
4. Determination of chlorine in water sample.
5. Determination of DO in water sample.
6. Determination of % Fe2O3 in given cement sample.
7. Determination of % CaO in given cement sample.
8. Determination of pH of a solution by pH-meter.
9. To draw phase diagram of Lead-Tin binary system and determination
of the eutectic temperature and composition at any temperature.
10. Determination of conductivity of a given sample using conductometer.
(Minimum of Seven experiments from above)



APPLIED PHYSICS-I
Unit I : Semiconductor Physics : Formation of energy bands in solids
(Energy level approach), Classification of Solids, Conduction
mechanism in semiconductor and conductivity equation.
Fermi level in intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors
(Qualitative approach), Dependence of Fermi level on
impurity concentration and temperature, Formation of P-N
junction, P-N junction diode, Zener diode, light dependent
resistor Photo diode, Light emitting diode, Transistor and its
working in CE and CB mode, Hall effect.
Unit II : Crystallography : Space lattice, Single crystal, Seven crystal
systems, co-ordination number, atomic radius, density of
packing, Miller indices, Separation between lattice planes,
Crystal defects (Point and Line defects only), Symmetry
elements. Production and properties of X-rays, Absorption
of X-rays, Bragg's Law and study of crystal structure using
Bragg's spectrometer, Introduction to Liquid crystals, and
its applications.
Unit III : Quantum Physics : Black body spectrum and Planck's
hypothesis, Derivation of Planck's law of radiation, Photo
electric effect and Einstein's equation. Compton effect,
derivation of Compton shift and its experimental verification,
De Broglie's concept of matter waves, Experimental study of
matter waves by Davisson and Germer's experiment,
Heisenberg's Uncertanity principle and its application (why
electron cannot exist inside the nucleus).
PRACTICAL : At list Six experiments based on the theory syllabus.
Reference Books :
1) Modern Physics by S.L.Gupta and S. Gupta.
2) Text Book of Engg. Physics by Dr.(Mrs.) S.D.Wakde and J.S.Bakre.
3) Modern Physics by J.B.Rajam.
4) Engineering Physics, Theory & Practical by Prakash Manikpure &
others.
5) A Text Book of Engg. Physics, Theory & Practical by R.S.Bobde &
Dr. Anwane, Nirali Pub.




COMPUTER SCIENCE-I
UNIT I: Computer Fundamentals:
Organization of PC, Introduction to DOS and Windows
Operating Systems, Number Systems: Decimal, Binary, Octal,
Hexadecimal, Conversion to each other. Binary addition,
Negative number representation, Binary Subtraction,
Dmorgan;s theorem, Boolean algebra, Logic gates, S-R
Flipflop, Truth tables, Organization of Von Neumann;s Stored
Program Computer . (8hr)
UNIT II: C Fundamentals: Introduction to C language, First C program,
Program execution,
Keywords, Character set, Builtin Data Types, Variables,
Expressions, Operators & their precedence. Single character
I/O, String I/O, Format specifiers for scanf( ) and printf( )
functions. (10hr)
UNIT III: C Control Structures:
Decision-making using if, if-else and switch-case statements,
Loops using for, while, do-while statements, break and
continue statements. Functions: declaration, definition and
parameter passing mechanism. (6hr)
BOOKS :-
1. Schildt Herbert – C Made Easy (Osborne-McGraw Hill)
2. Tim Grady – Turbo C Programming (McGraw Hill)
3. Kochan S. G. – Programming in C (Hyden)
4. Kalicharan – C By Example (Cambridge)
COMPUTER SCIENCE LABORATORY :-
The objective of this lab is not only to provide a Hands-on Experience
to C programming, but also to expose the candidates to the
latest tools of the trade. This lab is based on DOS, Windows, MSWord,
MS-Powerpoint, MS-Access and Internet Explorer and it is expected
that the candidate demonstrates adequate to high skills with
these tools and programming with C.
The sample list of programs is given below. This list can be
used as guideline for problem statements but the scope of
the laboratory should not be limited to the same. Aim of the
list is to inform about minimum expected outcomes.
1. Basic commands of DOS
2. Using Windows
3. Using MS-Word
4. Using MS-Powerpoint
5. Using MS-Access
6. Introduction to Internet, Explorer & Web Browsing
7. Programming in C"




ENGINEERING MECHANICS-I
UNIT-I 1. FUNDAMENTALS :
Concept of force, moment of a force about a point and about an
axis, couple, resolution and compositions of co-planar force
system, reduction of system of forces into a force and a coupleequivalent
force system.
2. EQUILIBRIUM :
Free-body diagrams, equations of equilibrium, problems of
equilibrium involving co-planar force systems acting on particle,
rigid body and system of rigid bodies, problems of equilibrium of
non-co-planar concurrent force system. (10)
UNIT-II 1. TRUSSES & FRAMES :
a) Analysis of simple plane trusses, Method of joints, Method
of sections (b) analysis of frames involving ideally connected
members.
2. FRICTION
Friction : Coulomb's laws of dry friction, static belt friction.
(10)
UNIT-III : 1. PROPERTIES OF AREAS:
Centroid of plane areas, second moment of area and product of
inertia, transfer theorems, polar moment of inertia, radius of
gyration, definition of principle axes and principle moment of
inertia.
2. PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS:
C.G.Ixx, Iyy, Izz for Solids like sphere, cylinder, cube parall
elopiped. (10)
Practicals:
(For 1 S 5 Engg. Mechanics-I & 2 S 5 Engg. Mechanics-II)
Four compulsary graphical solutions to the problems of statics,
1. Law of Polygon of forces
2. Reactions at the supports of simple beam.
3. Jib crane/shear leg.
4. Determination of coefficient of friction on inclined plane.
5. Determination of Coefficient of coil friction.
6. Determination of mass moment of inertic of fly wheel
7. Determination of gravitational acceleration by compound
pendulum.
8. Determination of velocity ratio, law of machine, simple screw
jack, differential wheel axle, worm and worm wheel, single and
double purchase crab
A journal/ report on experiment conducted shall be submitted by
each student. Practical examination shall be viva – voce based
on Engineering Mechanics I and Engineering Mechanics II
practical and the syllabus of the course.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
1. Singer, F. L., Engineering Mechanics
2. Timoshenko and Young, Engineering Mechanics
3. Beer and Johnston, Engineering Mechanics, McGraw Hill
4. Shames, I. H., Engineering Mechanics, Prentice Hall
5. Haung, I C., Engineering Mechanics
6. Thadani, Engineering Mechanics



ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING -I
Unit I : Basic concept of Voltage, Current, Power and Energy, relationship
between them. Resistance, Resistivity, Conductivity. Temperture
coefficient of resistance. Series Parallel circuits, Star-Delta
transformations.
Ohm's Law, Kirchoff's laws, Superposition theorem, Thevenin's
Theorem.
Unit II: Magnetic fluxs, Flux density, MMF, Reluctance, Magnetic field
intensity, Leakage and Fringing of flux, Series Parallel Magnetic
circuits.
Principles of electromagnetic induction, self and mutual induction,
coefficient of coupling. Energy store in magnetic field.
Unit III : Measuring Instrument, classification, deflecting, controlling,
damping and breaking torques. Basic principles of operation of
Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter and Energymeter.
Electric Wiring. Types of Wires and Cables, Designation of wires,
various types of wiring, accesories, wiring diagram, domestic
installation, testing of domestic wiring, earthing, safety measures.
PRACTICALS :
Minimum Six experiments based on above syllabus.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED :
1) Basic Electrical Engineering : V.N.Mittle, TMGH.
2) Electrical Technology : Edward Hughes, ELBS.
3) A Text Book of Basic Electrical Engineering : B.H.Deshmukh,
(Nirali Publication).


ENGINEERNG DRAWING-I
Unit I: Loci of Points, Engineering Curves.
a) Locus problem on simple Links mechanism.
b) Conic sections, Normal and Tangent to conic section, cycloid,
epicycloids and hypocycloid, involute, to draw an
archemedian, logarithmic or equiangular spiral.
Unit II : Projection of points, lines and planes.
a) Projection of Points.
b) Projection of lines inclined to both planes, separately to HP
and VP.
c) Projection of planes inclined to both planes.
(10 Hrs)
Unit III : Orthographic Projections
Introduction to orthographic projections, first and third angle
method of projection, conversion of simple
pictorial views into orthographic views, Dimensioning
Technique.
PRACTICALS :Each candidate will submit a set of at least five drawing
sheets on above syllabus evenly distributed as per list
attached.
The practical examination will consist of oral on the topics
based on above syllabus.
LIST OF SHEETS:
1 Loci of points on link mechanism.
2 Various Curves from Unit I of syllabus
3 Projection of Straight lines.
4 Projections of Planes.
5 Minimum two problems for orthographic projection (First & Third
angle projection).
6 Free hand sketches of simple machine elements. [Screw threads (ISI
thread profiles). Types of studs & set screws, washers, etc.]
REFERENCES :
1. Engineering Drawing : N.D.Bhatt
2. Machine Drawing : N.D.Bhatt
3. Engineering Drawing : P.J.Shah.


WORK SHOP - I
I) Smithy - Introduction to various smithy tools & Equipments,
their use, forging operations.
One job on upsetting, drawing down, flattering
II) Fitting and Taps & dies :- Introduction to different fitting tools,
their use, different measuring tools, introduction to Taps & Dies.
a) One job on fitting.
b) Demonstration showing basic operations like plain turning
facing, step turning etc.
* Journal should be prepared and submitted based on the jobs
prepared by using various tools, equipments, machines in
the above shops, information of tools and equipments.
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