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  • INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL

    S.Y. B. Tech. Effective from A. Y. 2012-13

    INDEX

    Item Page No.

    UG Rules and Regulations

    Detailed Syllabus

    Annexure-I: List of Professional Science courses offered by ALL departments

    Annexure-II: List of Liberal Learning courses offered at Institute level

    List of Abbreviations

    Sr. No. Abbreviation Stands for: 1 BSC Basic Science Course 2 PSC Professional Science Course 3 PCC Program Core Course 4 LC Laboratory Course 5 HSSC Humanities and Social Science Course 6 MLC Mandatory Learning Course 7 LLC Liberal Learning Course

  • CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF S. Y. B. TECH (Instrumentation & Control)

    Effective from Academic Year 2012-2013

    I-Semester:

    Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 BSC/MA 201 Engineering Mathematics-III 3 1 - 4 02 PCC/IE 201 Transducers I 3 - - 3 03 PCC/ IE 202 Analog Techniques 3 - - 3 04 PCC/ IE 203 Electrical Measurement and

    Instrumentation 3 - - 3

    05 LC/ IE 204 Transducers I Laboratory - - 3 2 06 LC/IE 205 Analog Techniques

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    07 LC/IE 206 Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    08 HSSC/AS 207 Professional Communication 2 - - 2 09 MLC/ Environmental Studies 2 - - 2 Total 16 1 9 23 II-Semester: Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 BSC/AS 204 Applied Biology 3 - - 3 02 PCC/IE 211 Transducers II 3 - - 3 03 PCC/IE 212 Automatic Control Systems 3 - - 3 04 PCC/IE 213 Digital Techniques 3 - - 3 05 LC/IE 214 Transducers II Laboratory - - 3 2 06 LC/IE 215 Automatic Control Systems

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    07 LC/IE 216 Digital Techniques Laboratory - - 3 2 08 LC/IE 217 Computational Techniques

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    09 PSC/IE 218* Refer to the Annexure-I 3 - 3 10 LLC Refer to the Annexure-II 1 - - 1 Total 16 0 12 24 *: Professional Science Course offered by Instrumentation and control department:

    1. Signals and Systems

  • CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF S. Y. B.TECH (Instrumentation & Control) for Direct Second Year Diploma Students

    Effective from Academic Year 2012-2013

    I-Semester:

    Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 BSC Foundation of Mathematics I 3 1 - 4 02 BSC Foundation of Physics 3 0 0 3 03 PCC/IE 201 Transducers I 3 - - 3 04 PCC/ IE 202 Analog Techniques 3 - - 3 05 PCC/ IE 203 Electrical Measurement and

    Instrumentation 3 - - 3

    06 LC/ IE 204 Transducers I Laboratory - - 3 2 07 LC/IE 205 Analog Techniques

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    08 LC/IE 206 Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    09 HSSC/AS 207 Professional Communication 2 - - 2 10 MLC/ Environmental Studies 2 - - 2 Total 19 1 9 26 II-Semester: Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 BSC Foundation Mathematics II 3 1 - 4 02 BSC/AS 204 Applied Biology 3 - - 3 03 PCC/IE 211 Transducers II 3 - - 3 04 PCC/IE 212 Automatic Control Systems 3 - - 3 05 PCC/IE 213 Digital Techniques 3 - - 3 06 LC/IE 214 Transducers II Laboratory - - 3 2 07 LC/IE 215 Automatic Control Systems

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    08 LC/IE 216 Digital Techniques Laboratory - - 3 2 09 LC/IE 217 Computational Techniques

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    10 PSC/IE 218* Refer to the Annexure-I 3 - 3 11 LLC Refer to the Annexure-II 1 - - 1 Total 19 01 12 28 *: Professional Science Course offered by Instrumentation and control department:

    1. Signals and Systems

  • CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF T. Y. B. TECH (Instrumentation & Control)

    Effective from Academic Year 2013-2014

    I-Semester:

    Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 PCC/ Microcontroller Techniques and its Applications

    3 - - 3

    02 PCC/ Control System Components 3 - - 3 03 PCC/ Digital Signal Processing 3 - - 3 04 PCC/ Control System Design 3 - - 3 05 LC/ Microcontroller Techniques

    and its Applications Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    06 LC/ Control System Components Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    07 LC/ Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    08 LC/ Control System Design Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    09 MLC/ Constitution of India 2 - - 2 10 HSSC/ Humanities Course 2 - - 2 Total 16 0 12 24 II-Semester: Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 OEC/BSC Open Elective / Science Elective

    3 - - 3

    02 PCC/ Process Loop Components 3 - - 3 03 PCC/ Process Plant Operations 3 - - 3 04 PCC/ Instrument and System Design 3 - - 3 05 PCC/ Analytical Instrumentation 3 - - 3 06 LC/ Process Loop Components

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    07 LC/ Advanced Computing Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    08 LC/ Instrument and System Design Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    09 LC/ Analytical Instrumentation Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    10 LLC/ Liberal Learning Course 1 - - 1 Total 16 0 12 24

  • CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF Final Year B. Y. B. TECH (Instrumentation & Control)

    Effective from Academic Year 2014-2015

    I-Semester:

    Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 OEC/BSC/HSSC

    Open Elective /Science Elective Course/Humanities Elective

    3 - - 3

    02 PCC/ Process Instrumentation 3 - - 3 03 PCC/ Project Engineering and

    Management 1 - 3 3

    04 DEC/ Departmental Elective-I 3 - - 3 05 DEC/ Departmental Elective II 3 - - 3 06 LC/ Process Instrumentation

    Laboratory - - 3 2

    07 LC/ Industrial Automation Laboratory

    - - 3 2

    08 PCC/ Project Stage I - - - 2 09 PCC/ Seminar - - - 1 10 LLC/ Liberal Learning Course 1 - - 1 Total 14 - 9 23

    II-Semester: Sr. No

    Course Type/ code

    Subject Title Contact hours L T P

    Credits

    01 OEC/BSC/HSSC/DE

    Open Elective/Science Elective/Humanities Course/Department Elective

    3 - - 3

    02 DEC/ Departmental Elective-III 3 - - 3 03 DEC/ Departmental Elective-IV 3 - - 3 04 PCC/ Project Stage II - - - 10 05 MLC/ Intellectual Property Rights 1 - - 1 Total 10 0 0 20

  • MA 201 Engineering Mathematics III Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: Lectures : 3 hrs/week Tutorial: 1 hr/week

    100 marks: Assignments/Quiz-20, Mid -Sem. Exam. 30, End Sem. Exam. 50

    Objectives:

    The basic necessity for the foundation of Engineering & Technology being mathematics, the main aim is, to teach mathematical methodologies & models, develop mathematical skills & enhance thinking power of students.

    Unit 1 (4 hrs) Gradient, Divergence and Curl: Vector and Scalar functions and Fields, Derivatives, Gradient of a Scalar field, Directional derivatives, Divergence and Curl of a Vector field. Unit 2 (6 hrs) Vector Integral Calculus: Line Integrals, Line integrals independent of path, Greens theorem in plane, surface integral, Divergence theorem and Stokes theorem. Unit 3 (6 hrs) Fourier Series: Periodic functions, trigonometric series, Fourier series, half range series. Unit 4 (6 hrs) Partial Differential Equations: Basic concepts, method of separation of variables. One and Two dimensional wave equation, one dimensional heat equation. Unit 5 (10 hrs) Laplace Transforms: Laplace Transform, Inverse Laplace Transform, linearity, shifting, transforms of derivatives and integrals, differential equations, differentiation and integration of transforms, convolution. Unit 6 (8 hrs) Statistics: Random Variables, Probability Distributions, Mean and Variance of a distribution, binomial and normal distributions, testing of hypothesis.

    Text Books: Erwin Kreyszig , Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley Eastern Ltd. ,Eighth Student

    ed. Maurice D. Weir, Joel Hass, Frank R. Giordano, Thomas Calculus, Pearson Education,

    Delhi, Eleventh ed.

  • Reference Books: P.N. Wartikar, J. N. Wartikar, Engineering Mathematics Vol I, II, III Pune Vidyarthi Gruha

    Prakashan. C.R. Wylie, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, McGraw Hill Publications, New Delhi. Peter V. O Neil, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Thomson. Brooks / Cole, Singapore,

    Fifth ed. B. V. Ramana , Higher Engineering Mathematics, Tata McGraw Hill Publications.

  • IE 201 Transducers I Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme: Lectures : 3 hrs/week

    100 marks: Assignments/Quiz-20, Mid -Sem. Exam. 30, End Sem. Exam. 50

    Objectives:

    Acquire the knowledge of basic principles of sensing various parameters Develop mathematical background of sensor design Learn comparative methods of selection of sensors for typical applications

    Unit 1 (6 hrs) Introduction: Concepts and terminology of measurement system, transducer, sensor, range and span, classification of transducers, static and dynamic characteristics, selection criteria, sources of errors and their statistical analysis, standards and calibration. Unit 2 (8 hrs) Temperature measurement: Temperature scales, classification of temperature sensors, standards, working principle, types, materi

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