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Syllabus for ETC Engineering

NEW RC Syllabus Second year ETC


Semester III

3.1 Applied Mathematics-III

3.2 Electrical Technology

3.3 Network Analysis

3.4 Electronic Devices & Circuits - I 

3.5 Digital System Design

3.6 Computer Oriented Numerical Techniques

Semester IV


4.1 Applied Mathematics-IV

4.2 Electronic Devices & Circuits-II

4.3 Analog Communication 

4.4 Electromagnetic Fields & Waves  

4.5 Linear Integrated Circuits 

4.6 Management And Economics 

Third Year

Semester V


5.1 Probability Theory And Random Process 

5.2 Control System Engineering 

5.3 Transmission Lines And Waveguides 

5.4 Digital Communication 

5.5 Signals And Systems

5.6 Computer Organization And Design  

Semester VI


6.1  Data Structures Using C++ 

6.2 Advanced Microprocessors 

6.3 Electronic Instrumentation

6.4 Power Electronics

6.5 Antenna And Wave Propagation

6.6 Digital Signal Processing 

Fourth Year

Semester VII


7.1 Peripheral Devices and Interfacing

7.2 Microwave and Radar Engineering

7.3 Optical Fiber Communication

7.4.1 Elective-I (Operating Systems)

7.4.2 Elective-I (VLSI Technology and Design - I)

7.5.1 Elective-II (Mobile Communication Systems)

7.5.2 Elective-II (Artificial Neural Networks)

Semester VIII


8.1 Satellite & Television Engineering

8.2.1 Elective-III (Data Communication)

8.2.2 Elective-III (Consumer Electronics)

8.2.3 Elective-III (Optical Computing)

8.3.1 Elective-IV (E-Commerce)

8.3.2 Elective-IV (Embedded Systems)

8.3.3 Elective-IV (Telecommunications Transmission  System)

8.3.4 Elective-IV (Digital Image Processing)


ETC 3.1:  APPLIED MATHEMATICS-III

MODULE 1


Matrices: types of matrices, determinants, adjoin, inverse of matrix, elementary transformation, elementary matrices, rank of matrix, reduction to normal form,, canonical form. Rank using elementary transformation, linear independence and dependence, system of the form AX=0 and AX=B, and their solutions, Eigen values, Eigen vectors with properties, Cay lay Hamilton theorem with its applications 

MODULE 2


Fourier series: Periodic functions, Trignometric series, Euler’s formulas, Dirichlets condition, even and odd functions, half range series, Paseralis identity

Fourier transforms: Fourier transform, inverse Fourier transform applications

MODULE 3


 Laplace transforms: Definition, Existence condition, properties, inverse Laplace transforms. Laplace transforms of periodic functions, convolution theorem, Laplace transform of Dirac-Delta function, Application of Laplace transform in storing linear differential. Equation with initial condition, system of Linear simultaneous differential equations.

MODULE 4


Z-transforms, properties, convolution and applications to differential equations wave equations: Derivation and solution of one-dimensional wave equation using separation of variable method. Heat equation, its derivation, and solution using separation of variable method.

 TEXT BOOKS AND REFERENCES:

  1. Xavier: Signals & DSP, S.Chand

  2. Grewal B.S.: Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publications

  3. Erusing Kryszig: Advanced Engineering Mathematics, New International Ltd.

  4. Frank Ayres: Theory and Problems of matrices-Schaum Outline Series

  5. Data K.B. Matrix and Linear Algebra: PHI

  6. Kandaswamy P. Engineering Mathematics Vol. III S.Z Chand & Co. New Delhi



                                   ETC 3.2:ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

 

MODULE 1

     Principles of electromechanical energy conversion

  DC Motor: principle, voltage equation, torque-equations, motor characteristics, speed control, starting

  • Three Phase Induction Motor: Principle, construction, slip, torque-slip characteristics, starting, speed control.

 

MODULE 2

  • Single phase Induction Motor: Principle of operation of split phase type, capacitor start motors.

  • Stepper Motors: Types, principle of operation.

  • Synchros: Construction, principle of operation and applications.

  • Servomotors:  DC servomotor, two-phase ac servomotor.

  • Drives: Concept of an Electrical Drive, Classification, characteristics and braking of dc motors.

 

MODULE 3

  • Working principle, construction, torque equations of the following analog instruments (a) PMMC (b) Moving iron (c) Electrodynamometer type

            Shunts and multipliers for PMMC type instruments and extension of range,

  • Electrodynamometer Wattmeter: construction, torque equation

  • Induction type Energy meter: construction, torque equation

 

MODULE 4

  • Potentiometers: DC potentiometer: slide wire type and Laboratory type (Crompton’s Potentiometer), applications.
    AC Potentiometer: Drysdale  Polar type Potentiometer.

  • AC bridges : for measurement of inductance, capacitance and frequency: Maxwell Bridge, Hay’s Bridge, Owen’s Bridge, Schering bridge, Wein’s Bridge, Wagner’s Earth bridge.

  • Illumination: Definitions, laws of Illumination

  • Electrical heating: advantages, principle of resistance heating, high frequency eddy current heating, dielectric heating.

 

 

TEXT BOOKS :

  1. A Text Book of Electrical Technology-- B.L Theraja.( Vol II)

  2. A Course in Electrical and Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation---A.K. Sawhney

 

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1.      Electrical Power : J.B. Gupta

2.      A First Course on Electrical Drives: S.K. Pillai


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