Second Year Semester I

 

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE - S.Y. B. Tech

Effective from 2008-09

 

I-Semester

 

 

Sr. No

Course code

Subject Title

Contact hours

   L   

Credits

01

MA 2010

Engineering Mathematics- III

3

-

-

3

02

IE 201

Transducers

3

-

-

3

03

IE 202

Analog Techniques

3

-

-

3

04

IE 203

Basic Instrumentation

3

-

-

3

05

IE 222

Institutional Elective

3

-

-

3

06

AS 201

Human Psychology

-

2

-

2

07

IE 204

Transducers Laboratory

-

-

4

2

08

IE 205

Analog Techniques Laboratory

-

-

2

1

09

IE 206

Basic Instrumentation Laboratory

-

-

2

1

10

IE 207

MATLAB Laboratory

-

-

2

1

 

 

Total

15

02

10

22

 

Curriculum Structure


CURRICULUM
STRUCTURE - S.Y. B. Tech


Effective from
2008-09

I-Semester

 

 

Sr. No

Course code

Subject Title

Contact hours

   L   

Credits

01

MA 2010

Engineering
Mathematics- III

3

-

-

3

02

IE 201

Transducers

3

-

-

3

03

IE 202

Analog
Techniques

3

-

-

3

04

IE 203

Basic
Instrumentation

3

-

-

3

05

IE 222

Institutional
Elective

3

-

-

3

06

AS 201

Human
Psychology

-

2

-

2

07

IE 204

Transducers Laboratory

-

-

4

2

08

IE 205

Analog Techniques Laboratory

-

-

2

1

09

IE 206

Basic Instrumentation Laboratory

-

-

2

1

10

IE 207

MATLAB Laboratory

-

-

2

1

Total

15

02

10

22

Mathematics III

MA 2010      ENGINEERING  MATHEMATICS- III

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

 

Lectures : 3 hrs/week

 

Mid-Sem – 30, Assignments, Quiz -20

 

 

 

End-Sem Exam- 50.

 

Unit 1             

   

(10)

 

Linear Differential Equations & their applications : General Linear differential equations of order n, solution of linear differential equations with constant coefficients, method of variation of parameters, equations reducible to linear form (with constant coefficients), Cauchy’s & Legendre’s linear equations, simultaneous differential equations, application to electrical circuits

Unit 2             

   

(08)

 

Partial Differential Equations & their Applications : Formation of partial differential equation, solution of partial differential equation of first order of the type f(x,y,z,p,q) = 0 (Introduction), one dimensional & two dimensional wave equations, problems related to radio- telephone & telegraphic equation, Laplace’s  equation in two dimensions with boundary conditions.

Unit 3             

   

(12)

Vector Calculus : Differentiation  of vectors, gradient of a scalar point function, divergence & curl of a vector point function, vector identities, irrotational & solenoidal vectors, line integral, Green’s Lemma, Surface integral, Stoke’s theorem, Volume integral, Gauss Divergence theorem, applications to electromagnetic fields.

Unit 4             

   

(08)

Laplace Transform : Definition, properties & theorems, Laplace transform of standard functions, unit step function, unit impulse function, inverse Laplace transform, application to solutions of linear differential equations(electric circuit problems)

Unit 5 

   

(07)

Fourier Transform : Definition, fourier transform, fourier sine & cosine integrals, inverse fourier transform, applications of Fourier transform in sampling signals, discrete Fourier transform & it’s properties.

Unit 6 

   

(07)

Z-Transform : Definition, properties of z-transform, z-transform of standard sequences, inverse  z-transform, relationship of z-transform with fourier transform, applications of z-transform to solutions of difference equations.

 

Text Books

·         A Text Book of  Applied Mathematics (Volume- III ), by P.N.Wartikar & J.N.Wartikar , Pune Vidyarthi Griha Prakashan, Pune.

·         Higher Engineering Mathematics, by B.S.Grewal, Khanna Publication, New Delhi.

 

Reference Books

·         Advanced Engineering Mathematics (7th Ed.) by Erwin Kreyszig, Wiley Eastern Ltd., Bombay.

·         Advanced Engineering Mathematics by C. R. Wylie, McGraw Hill Publications, New Delhi.

·         Advanced Engineering Mathematics ( 5th edition) by Peter V.O’Neil, Thomson Brook/cole, Singapore.

Transducers

IE 201  TRANSDUCERS
 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Lectures : 3 hrs/week

 

Mid-Sem – 30, Assignments, Quiz -20

 

 

End-Sem Exam- 50.

 

Unit 1             

   

(06)

Definition: Transducer, Sensor, Calibration, Range and Span. Classification: Active, passive, primary, secondary, mechanical, electronic, analog and digital transducers. Selection criteria, sources of errors and their analysis. Characteristics: Static and Dynamic characteristics.

(Working principles, types, measuring circuits and applications).Displacement Measurement:

Resistive: Potentiometers, strain gauges. Inductive: LVDT and Eddy current type Transducers. Magnetic pickups.

Capacitive: Capacitance pickups, Differential capacitive cells.

Piezoelectric, Ultrasonic transducers and Hall effect transducers

Optical transducers, Encoders, Photoelectric pickups, stroboscopes.

 

Unit 2             

   

(06)

Vibration and acceleration measurement:

Eddy current type, piezoelectric type, Seismic type.

Jerk meter.

Force, torque, shaft power measurement and weight measurement:

Force and weight:  Basic methods of force measurement, elastic force traducers, strain gauge, load cells, shear web, piezoelectric force transducers, vibrating wire force transducers,

Torque: Strain gages, feedback torque sensors, torsion bar dynamometer, etc.

Shaft power: Dynamometer (servo control and absorption) instantaneous power measurement and alternator power measurement

 

 

Unit 3

   

(07)

 

Temperature Measurement:

Temperature scales, Classification of temperature  sensors.

Thermometers: Bimetallic strip, metal expansion type, mercury in glass, liquid thermometer, vapor pressure. Thermostat.

RTD: Types- PT100, CU60, 2 wire, 3wire and 4 wire. Bare and Industrial RTD. Lead wire compensation. Self heating effect. 

Thermistors: Types: NTC, PTC 

Thermocouples: Terminology, types (J, K, E, R, S, T) and characteristics, law of thermoelectricity, thermocouple tables, cold junction compensation methods, change of table reference construction and protection, thermowell, thermopile.

Semiconductor temperature sensors: Diode and IC temp sensors. Ultrasonic temp detector, quartz crystal temp. detector.

Radiation: Pyrometers (Total and Radiation), Infrared sensors. Fiber optic thermometer

Unit 4 

   

(08)

 

Flow Measurement

Positive displacement flow meters. Bernoulli's theorem, Reynolds Number. Differential pressure type flow sensors: Orifice and their types, Venturi and Nozzle. Pressure taps Pitot tube, annubar.  Variable area meter (Rotameter).

Turbine type flow meter, Electromagnetic flow type, ultrasonic flow meter,

Vortex shedding type, mass flow meters, anemometers, flow totalizers and solid flow measurement.

 

Unit 5 

   

(09)

 

Pressure measurement

Pressure scale and standards

Manometers: U-tube, well type, inclined tube, ring balance and digital manometer.

Elastic pressure sensors: Bellows, bourdon tubes, diaphragm, (types, materials, range, sensitivity, construction, resonant frequency, advantages and limitations).

Secondary pressure sensors,Differential pressure measurements: Force balance type, motion balance type, capacitive (delta cell), ring balance, vibrating cylinder type.

High-pressure sensors: Dead weight tester, Bulk modulus cell, Bridge man type (Pressure sensitive wires).Vacuum sensors:  McLeod gauge, thermal conductivity (Pirani, Thermocouple gage) ionization types, molecular momentum gage, penning gage.

 

Unit 6             

   

(06)

 

Level measurement:

Float, displacers, bubbler, and DP- cell

Ultrasonic, capacitive, microwave, radar, radioactive type, laser type transducers, level gages, resistance, thermal,

TDR/ PDS type, solid level detectors, fiber optic level detectors.

Miscellaneous sensors:

Physical sensors, chemical sensors, biosensors, leak detector, flame detector, smoke detector, noise sensors. Sound measurement techniques.

 

Text Books

·         Instrumentation Measurements and Analysis – B.C.Nakra and K.K.Choudhari

·         Electronic Instruments & Measurement  - A. K. Sawhney

                                            

Reference books

·         Measurement Systems - E.O. Doebelin (4th Edition).

·         Principle of industrial Instrumentation – Patranabis.

·         Process Control Instrumentation Technology - C.D. Johnson (5th Edition).

·         Process Measurement & analysis - B.G. Liptak (Vol-I)

·         Instrumentation and Measurement Principles – D.V.S. Murthi

Analog Techniques




 IE 202

ANALOG TECHNIQUES

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Lectures : 3 hrs/week

 

Mid-Sem – 30, Assignments, Quiz -20

 

 

End-Sem Exam- 50.

 

Unit 1             

   

(07)

 

Transistors

Transistor biasing , h parameter model and two port model applied to BJT, Analysis of common emitter, common collector and common base configurations, voltage and current gain, input and output impedance; comparison of properties. Class A, B and AB amplifiers, Power amplifiers, Servo amplifiers, voltage amplifier, Applications of Amplifiers.

 

 

Unit 2

   

 

(06)

 

Operational Amplifiers

Op-Amp parameters, frequency response, effect of
temperature on Op-Amp parameters, differential versus single input amplifiers, instrumentation amplifier, bridge amplifier , adding versatility to the bridge amplifier, differentiator integrator, Miller, Voltage controlled oscillators, PLL and its applications.
Signal conditioning circuits for temperature transmitter using OP amps

 

Unit 3

   

 

(05)

 

Signal generator and filters

Multivibrator, triangle wave generator, sawtooth wave generator, precision square wave generator, sine wave generator, Bootstrap Sweep generator, basic low pass filters, low pass and high pass Butterworth filters, band pass, band reject filters , applications of filters

 

Unit 4 

   

(07)

 

Power Devices and applications

SCR, Triac, DIAC, UJT, MOSFET, IGBT - Characteristics and principal of operation, Switching Characteristics, triggering requirement, protections, applications

 

Unit 5 

   

(05)

 

Regulators

Line and load regulation, characteristics of regulators, ac ripple voltage, voltage multipliers, three terminal regulators, current boosters, protection circuits for regulators

 

 

 

Unit 6 

   

(06)

 

Power Converters

Single phase AC-DC converters: working principles, performance parameters, control of ac-dc converters. DC-DC converters: control of dc-dc converter, different types, working principles and analysis, applications

 

Text Books

·         Microelectronics- Millman

·         Op-Amp and linear integrated circuit theory -Ramakant A Gaykwad

 

Reference Books:

·         Operational amplifier -Clayton

·         Electronic Principles (4th Edition) -Malvino A.P. (McGraw Hill)

·         Power Electronics -Rashid

·         Power Electronics (3rd Edition) -Ned Mohan.

Basic Instrumentation

                  IE 203 BASIC  INSTRUMENTATION     

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Lectures : 3 hrs/week

 

Mid-Sem – 30, Assignments, Quiz -20

 

 

End-Sem Exam- 50.

 

Unit 1             

   

(10)

Measurement of Resistance:

Introduction, resistance and resistors, resistor types, colour coding of resistor, Measurement of resistance: voltmeter-ammeter method, ohmmeter, DC Bridges: Whetstone bridge-design, arrangement of ratio arms, bridge sensitivity, errors in bridge circuits, null type and deflection type, current and voltage sensitivity bridges, Null, Sensitivity and Calibration adjustments of whetstones bridge, Kelvin bridge and current balance bridge, Various application of DC bridges, miliohmeter, megaohmmeter

 

 

Unit 2

   

(08)

 

Measurement of Inductance:

Introduction, inductance and inductors, inductor structure, transformers and their types, impedence, Measurement of inductance using ac voltmeter, Maxwell’s bridge, , Various applications of Maxwell Bridges, complex impedence measurement: vector impedence meter, Q measurement

 

Unit 3 

   

(08)

 

Measurement of capacitance:

Introduction, capacitance and capacitors, dielectrics, stray capacitance, capacitive reactance, capacitor types, colour coding of capacitors, Capacitance Bridges:, Hay’s bridge, Schering bridge, storage and dissipation factors maseurement

 

Unit 4 

   

(06)

 

Measuring instruments:

PMMC and D’ Arsenovel instruments, Galvanometer, ammeter, voltmeter,  calibration of meters.

 

Unit 5 

   

(06)

 

Measurement of energy and power:

Power in ac circuits and dc circuits, Single phase and polyphase Wattmeters, Electrical energy measurement

 

 

 

Unit 6 

   

(04)

 

Recorders

Rectilinear recording, ink jet, ink pen, thermal, galvanometric recording, paperless, oscillographic, y-t, x-t, single and multi-channel recorders, driving systems for pen and chart, chart speed and their applications

 

Text Books:

·         Electrical and Electronics measurements and Instrumentation by A. K. sawhney, Danpat Rai and Sons.

·         Electronic Instrumentation Techniques by Cooper and Helfrick, PHI

 

 

Reference Books:

·         Electronic Instruments and Measurement by Jones and Chins

·         Network Theory by A Sudhakar and S. S. Palli, TMH

 

                                                             

Transducer Laboratory

 IE 204


 TRANSDUCERS LABORATORY

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Practical : 4 hrs/week

 

Pract./Oral Exam: 50 Marks

 

 

Term Work: 50 marks

 

List of Experiments

1. Characterization and Calibration of Displacement measurement system.

    (Strain Gauges and LVDT).

2. Characterization and Calibration of Vibration measurement system.

    (Piezo-resistive Vibration Pick-up).

3. Characterization and Calibration of Speed measurement system.

    (Photoelectric and Magnetic Pick-up).

4. Characterization and Calibration of Flow measurement system.

    (Orifice, Venturi and Rotameter).

5. Characterization and Calibration of Temperature measurement system.

    (Thermocouple and RTD).

6. Characterization and Calibration of Level measurement system.

    (Capacitive, resistive, Ultrasonic and Bubbler Methods).

7. Characterization and Calibration of Sound measurement system. 

8. Calibration of Pressure Gauges using Dead Weight Tester.

9. Calibration of Vacuum Gauges using Vacuum Gauge Tester.

10. Study of Digital Manometer.

11. Case studies based on above sensors.

Analog Techniques Laboratory



 IE 205

 ANALOG TECHNIQUES LABORATORY

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Practical : 2 hrs/week

 

Pract./Oral Exam: 50 Marks

 

 

Term Work: 50 marks

 

List of Experiments

1.      Study of servo amplifier

2.      Measurement of op-amp parameters

3.      Design and implementation of VCO

4.      Design and implementation of PLL

5.      Design and implementation various signal generator

6.      Design and implementation of instrumentation amplifier

7.      Design and implementation of voltage multiplier

8.      Study the switching characteristics of SCR

9.      Study the switching characteristics of MOSFET,UJT

10.  Design and implementation of voltage regulator

11.  Study of different types of ac-dc converters

12.  study of different types of dc-dc converters

      Any eight experiments based on above syllabus

 

Institutional Elective

IE 222 Engineering Instrumentation**

 

Teaching Scheme                                                                                           Examination Scheme

Lectures: 3 hrs/week                                                                                        Quizzes/Assignments–20 marks

                                                                                                                        Mid Sem Test – 30 marks

                                                                       End Sem Exam - 50 marks

**- Institute level Elective offered by Instrumentation and Control Department for other departments

 

Unit 1

 Basic characteristics of measuring devices:  Introduction to measurement process, accuracy, precision, error, linearity, hysterisis, threshold, repeatability, calibration process, static & dynamic characteristics of instruments.                                                 

Definition: Transducer, Sensor, Calibration, Range and Span.

Classification: Active, passive, primary, secondary, mechanical, electronic, analog and digital transducers.                                                                                                   (6 hrs)

Unit 2

Transducers I    (Working principles, types, signal conditioning, and applications).

Selection criteria, sources of errors in transducers and their analysis.

Displacement, Velocity, acceleration, Force, and Torque                                  (6 hrs)                                                      

 Unit 3

 Transducers  II– (Working principles, types, signal conditioning, and applications).

Pressure, Level. Flow, Temperature transducers.                                       (6 hrs)

Unit 4

 Control System: Basics of Control systems, concept of pole, zero, stability, frequency, and time domain, Introduction to design process, Industrial applications of feed forward and feedback control system. Classification of control systems, modeling in frequency domain (mechanical, electrical, electromechanical systems).                                      (6 hrs)                                             

 

 

 

 

Unit 5

 Electronic Test Equipment: Digital meters, DMM (Digital multi-meter), Digital storage oscilloscope (DSO), probes, signal generators, Typical specification & front-panel controls of DMM, DSO , & function generat                                            (6 hrs)

 

 

Unit 6

Automation: Fundamentals of Automation, Overview of tools used in Automation, Programmable Logic controllers (PLC) & their applications, concept of intelligent instruments, future trends in Automation.                                              (6 hrs)                                                                                                                                                                                      

Text Books:

  1. Instrumentation – Devices and Systems by C S Ragan, G R Sarma and V S V Mani, TMH Publications
  2. Electronic Instruments and instrumentation Technology by M.M.S. Anand., Prentice- Hall of India.
  3. Measurement Systems - E.O. Doebelin (4th Edition).
  4. Instrumentation and Measurement Principles – D.V.S. Murthi

 

Reference Books:

1.      Alan S. Morris; Principle of Measurement &Instrumentation (2/e ) , PHI

2.      Electronic Instrumentation by H.S. Kalsi – TMH. 

3.      Process Measurement & analysis - B.G. Liptak (Vol-I)

Basic Instrumentation Laboratory

 IE 206


 BASIC INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Practical : 2 hrs/week

 

Pract./Oral Exam: 50 Marks

 

 

Term Work: 50 marks

 

List of Experiments

1.      Study of multimeter, design, implementation and verification of multi-range ammeter and voltmeter.

2.      Design, implementation and calibration of various ohmmeters.

3.      Measurement of power by various methods.

4.      Study, design and implementation of Wheatstone bridge.

5.      Measurement of reactive elements using AC Bridges.

6.      Measurement of phase by various methods.

7.      Extension of Range of Ammeter and Voltmeter.

8.      Study of different types of Recorders.

9.      Testing of various components such as resistors, inductors, and capacitors.

 

Human Psychology



 AS 201

 HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Lectures : 2 hrs/week

 

Mid-Sem – 30, Assignments, Quiz -20

 

 

End-Sem Exam- 50.

 

Unit 1             

   

(10)

Understanding human experience and behavior – definition, history, schools. Methods like experimental , observation, survey, introspective. Branches and applications of Psychology. Individual differences – types, nature. Factors affecting individual differences like- heredity, environment. Fields of individual differences – intelligence, aptitudes, interest, achievement.

 

Unit 2             

   

(08)

Personality - definition, approaches and factors affecting personality. Personality assessment. Stress management- definition, REBT (rational emotive behavioral therapy by Albert Ellis.). Relaxation techniques. Adjustment and mental health.

 

Unit 3             

   

(08)

 

Learning - Effective learning methods. Memory techniques. Motivation- nature, types, motivating people at work, self-motivation. Group behavior – attitudes, group dynamics, leadership, conflict resolution.

 

Text Books

·          Introduction to Psychology( VIIIth Ed.) by Morgan C T, King R A , Weiss J P & Schopler J, McGraw Hill, New York

·          Social Psychology by Asch S E, OUP Oxford.

·          Elementary Psychology by J Sinha, New Central Book Agency, Calcutta.

·          Invitation to Psychology by E G Parameshwaran, C Bina, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

·          Understanding human behaviour by Norman and Mann.

 

MATLAB Laboratory

 IE 207


 COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES   LABORATORY

 

Teaching Scheme

   

Examination Scheme

Practical : 2 hrs/week

 

Pract./Oral Exam: 50 Marks

 

 

Term Work: 50 marks

 

List of Experiments

1.      Write program to solve simple equations using arithmetic operators

2.      Make class data base using simple control statements

3.      Solve different ordinary differential equations

4.      Using “SYM” function solve arithmetic and ODE

5.      Find Laplace transform and inverse Laplace transform

6.      Write program for Eulers and modified Euler methods

7.      Write program for 2D and 3D plotting

8.      Using simulink check output of simple feedback systems

9.      Using simulink solve ordinary differential equations

10.  Using simulink write m file and call in model file