This course is designed for the B. E. Level I year II part students of Civil, Mechanical and III
year I part students of Electrical, Electronics and Computer. It intends to develop and
strengthen in students the communication skills in the English language with emphasis on
writing, reading and speaking.
This course intends to develop skills in:
- understanding and using varieties of English.
- public speaking and mass communication.
- preparing and conducting meeting.
To introduce the fundamentals of analysis of electronic circuits containing modern electronic components.
1.0 Linear Device Models:(6 hours)
1.1 Voltage-controlled voltage source model
1.2 Voltage-controlled current source model
1.3 Input and output resistance
1.4 Voltage and power gain calculations
1.5 Reverse transfer concept and the hybrid-pi circuit
1.6 Voltage gain calculations using the hybrid-pi circuit
1.7 y, z and h parameter calculations from the hybrid-pi circuit
1.8 Hybrid-pi circuit parameter calculations from the y, z and h parameters
Objectives: Course objectives is to provide fundamental knowledge of Data Structure and its design. To provide the knowledge of various algorithms.
1.0 Concept of data structure( 2 hours)
1.1 Abstract Data Type
1.2 Implementation of Data structure
2.0 The Stack and Queue( 6 hours)
2.1 Stack as an ADT
2.2 Stack operation
2.3 Stack application: Evaluation of Infix, Postfix, and Prefix expressions
2.4 Queue as an ADT
2.5 Operations in queue, Enqueue and Dequeue
2.6 Linear and circular queue
2.7 Priority ...
To learn visual programming by carrying out a small project. During the project, the student will learn visual programming tool (JAVA/Visual Basic/Visual C++ or any current trend of visual tool). The student will also learn to formulate project documentation for his/her final year project. The project may be on the following areas or any other area relevant to the course:
1.Simulation of signaling in Microprocessor
2.Measurement converters to be used in ...
The purpose of this course is to round out the student’s preparation for more sophisticated applications with an introduction to linear algebra, a continuation of the study of ordinary differential equations and an introduction to vector calculus.
1. Matrices and determinants(8 hours)
1.1 Matrix and determinants.
1.2 Vector spaces
1.3 Linear transformations
1.4 System of linear equations, Gauss elimination.
1.5 Rank, matrix inversion.
1.6 Eigen values, eigen vectors.
2 Fourier series(4 hours)
2.1 Fourier series,
2.2 Periodic functions
2.3 Odd ...
It is assumed that students have taken Mathematics I or an equivalent introduction to calculus as a prerequisite. Major topics to be covered are
(a) two and three-dimensional vectors and some associated linear algebra
(b) infinite series
(c) first order differential equations.
1. Plane curves and Polar coordinates.(4 hours)
1.1 Plane curves.
1.2 Parametric equations.
1.3 Polar coordinates.
1.4 Integrals in Polar Coordinates.
To present the theory of numerical computational procedures for solving engineering problems. Solution of ordinary and partial differential equations will be included.
1.0 Solution of Nonlinear Equations:(10 hours)
1.1 Review of calculus, continuity, differentiability, intermediate value theorem, Taylor’s theorem
1.2 Absolute, relative, and round off errors, error bounds for computational errors
1.3 Bisection method, its error bounds and convergence
1.4 Newton’s method, secant method and their convergence
1.5 Fixed point iteration, its convergence properties,
1.6 Zeros ...
1. Fundamentals( 2 hours)
1.1 Evolution of Computer
1.2.1 Operation: Analog and Digital
1.2.2 Uses: General purpose and Specific purpose
1.2.3 Capacity: Mainframe, Mini, Personal, and Super computer
2. Basic Architecture( 7 hours)
2.1 Building blocks of a PC
2.2 The Storage devices: Floppy Disk and Harddisk
2.3. Introduction of Peripherals
3. Operating System( 4 hours)
3.1 Definition and Classification
3.2 Functions of Operating System
3.5 Mac OS
This course focuses on several branches of applied mathematics. The student is exposed to complex variable theory and a study of the Fourier and Z transforms, topics of current importance in signal processing. The course concludes with studies of the wave and diffusion equations in cartesian, cylindrical and polar coordinates.
1. Complex Variables(10 hours)
1.1 Function of Complex Variables.
1.2 Taylor series.
1.3 Laurent series.
1.4 Singularities, Zeros and poles.
1.5 Complex integration
2 Z-Transforms(8 ...
To develop an understanding of mechanical equilibrium and of Newton’s laws of motion by application to a wide range of problems of engineering interest.
1.0 General Principles of Statics(1 hour)
1.1 Concept of equilibrium of particles
1.2 Fundamental quantities of length, time and mass
1.3 SI system of units
1.4 Significant figures for calculations
2.0 Vectors(1 hour)
2.1 Force and position vectors
2.2 Vector operations: addition, subtraction, dot product, cross product, scalar and triple product, unit vectors.