Course/Syllabus

Applied Mathematics EG561SH

Course objectives 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 …

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Applied Mechanics EG439CE

Course Objectives 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 …

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Chemistry EG403SH

COURSE OBJECTIVES To develop the basic concepts of Physical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry relevant to problems in engineering. Group A (Physical Chemistry ) 1.0 Atomic Structure(5 hours) 1.1 Limitations of Bohr’s Theory 1.2 Sommerfeld’s extension of Bhor model of atom ( no derivation) Wave mechanical model of atom 1.3 De-Broglee’s equation, matter waves …

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Microprocessor Based Instrumentation EG634CT

Objectives To introduce and apply the knowledge of microprocessor, A/D, D/A converter to design instrumentation system. Also to provide the concept on interfacing with microprocessor based system and circuit design techniques. 1. Interfacing Concept(4 hours) 1.1. Types of interfacing 1.2. Address decoding 1.3. Input/Output registers 1.4. PC Interfacing techniques 2. Methods of parallel data transfer(8 …

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Engineering Economics EG666CE

Course Objectives To provide a knowledge of the basic tools and methodology of economic studies for evaluating engineering projects in private industry, in the public sector and in the utilities area. 1.0 Introduction(3 hours) 1.1 Essential business and accounting terminology 1.2 Definition of cash flow 1.3 Economic systems 2.0 Cost Classification and Analysis(5 hours) 2.1 …

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Curriculum for Electronics and Communication Engineering (BEX)

University: Tribhuvan University (TU) Curriculum: Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering Faculty: Electronics and Communication (BEX) Duration of study: 4 years (8 semesters) Colleges: Pulchowk Campus, Western Region Campus, Kathmandu Engineering Campus and others   Year.Part 1.1 Mathematics I Physics Computer Programming I (C) Communication I (English) Engineering Drawing I Workshop Technology Applied Mechanis Year.Part 1.2 …

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Mobile Communication Technology : Elective

Course Syllabus for “Mobile Communication Technology” Elective Subject, approved on Pulchowck Campus, IOE effective from 2059 Baisakh 1. Introduction( 4 hours) 1.1 Definition of Wireless Communications 1.2 Evolution of Mobile Radio Communications 1.3 Mobile Radio System around the world 1.4 Some examples of Wireless Communication Systems 1.4.1 GSM 1.4.2 DECT 1.4.3 MARTS 1.4.4 VSAT 1.4.5 …

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Brief Description of the Proposed Remote Sensing Syllabus (Elective)

Brief Description of the Proposed Remote Sensing Syllabus (Elective) Objective: To present an introduction to technological and scientific aspects of remote sensing (RS) of the Earth and its atmosphere Quest: Start from “What is RS?” and end with “What we can do by ourselves with RS?” 1.0 Introduction 1.1   General concepts of remote sensing 1.2   …

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