Year  Topics 

4 Year  Cement Production.Composition And Chemistry Design Of Earthquake Resistant Design Of RCC Multi Storeyed Frames Introduction To Slope Stability Analysis Compaction Of Soil Shear Strength Of Soils Site Investigation And Exploration Railway Planning And Construction Space Trusses Predicate Logic/First Order Logic (FOL) Virtualization Technology Cloud Technology Overview Information Security And Cryptography Machine Learning Smartphone Computing Design Of Feedback Control Systems Combinational And Sequential Circuit Design Solar DC Braking System English For Employability 
3 Year  Durability Of Concrete Test On Concrete Design Of Reinforced Concrete Beams Design Of Shallow Foundations Basic Design Of Steel Structures Connections Basic Construction Planning Techniques Construction Planning And Control Earth Pressure On Retaining Structure Analysis By Slopedeflection Method Moment Distribution Method Highway Geometric Design Matrix Stiffness Method Beams Water Treatment Arches Chemical Reaction Engineering Air Pollution Control Engineering Compiler Design Introduction To Compilers Syntax Directed Translation Network Layer Routing Algorithms Public Key Cryptography Object Oriented Design Using UML Intermediate Code Generation Memory And IO Introduction To Data Sciences Process Management Fundamentals Of Small Signal Analysis Control Systems Low Power Design Issues In Embedded Systems 8085 And 8086 Microprocessor Architecture Assembly Language Programming And System Design Microprocessors And Microcontrollers  Memory Mapping And Peripheral Interfacing Inverters MIMO And Massive MIMOWireless Communication Modern Wireless Communication Systems Digital Communication Systems High Performance Communication Networks Graphs Induction Machines : Theory Baseband Communication Design With OPAMP Stability Analysis Of Nonlinear Systems MOS Transistor Principle Limit State Design Of Reinforced Concrete Columns Discrete Time Signals Convection Heat Transfer And Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals Natural Convection, Boiling And Condensation Basics Of Design Of Machine Elements Heat Transfer Introduction To Conduction Heat Transfer Introduction To Convection Heat Transfer Vibration Convective Heat Transfer Stress And Strain Tensors Manipulator Kinematics Joining Processes Fundamentals Of Airconditioning Gas Turbines 
2 Year  Moving Loads And Influence Lines Open Channel Flow Deflection Deflection Of Statically Determinate Structures Influence Line Diagram Flexure And Beams Permutations And Combinations Compass Surveying And Plane Table Surveying Fourier Series Frequency Domain Analysis BJT, MOSFET And Amplifiers; Frequency Response Differential Amplifiers The Nitty Gritty Of Logic Gates To Processor Design Computer Organization And Architecture Stability Analysis Digital Electronics Digital System Design Maxwell Equations Electromagnetic Waves Classification Of Signals And Systems Fourier Transforms Frequency Domain Representation Of Continuous Time Signals Convolution Introduction To Signal And Systems ARM Architecture In The Embedded Systems Skin Effect In Wires And Cables Solid State Devices Transformer Introduction To DSP Labs Electromagnetic Waves Software Aspects Power Semiconductor Device And Associated Gate Driving Technology Digital Signalling For Fading Channels Basic Graph Algorithms Computer Architecture Computer Networks Wireless Medium Access Priority Queues And Trees Linear Data Structures And Applications Nonlinear Data Structures And Applications Foundation Of Machine Learning OOP ConceptsClasses And Data Abstractionoperator Overloadinginheritance Operator Overloading Input And Output Streams Interfaces Packages Collections And Vector Files Process Synchronization Pointers Software Process And Management Program Testing Designing With Combinational Modules And Iterative Circuits Operating Systems Overview Introduction To DBMS Storage Management I/O Systems Run Time Environment Kinematics Of Particles Fluid Mechanics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Dynamics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Kinematics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Mechanics Gear Gears Gears And Gear Trains Basic Machine Tools And Metal Cutting Principles Computational Tools In Materials Technology Shear Force & Bending Moment Diagrams Bending And Stresses In Beam Balancing Rotation Of Machines Applications And Concepts Of Thermodynamics Laws Of Thermodynamics Applications, Examples And Problem Solving Approach Of Thermodynamics Properties Of A Pure Substance Diffusion In Materials Integral Flow Analysis (Continuity, Momentum And Energy Equations) Basic Concepts & First Law Of Thermodynamics Constitution Of Alloys And Phase Diagrams Concepts In Fluid Mechanics Fits And Tolerance Steam Turbines Gas Power Cycles Introduction To Fluid Mechanics Heat Treatments 
1 Year  Electrochemistry And Its Applications Spectroscopy & Applications Machine Drawing Plant Engineering Gradient Divergence And Curl Laser Physics Structure, Bonding In Organic Molecules And Structure And Reactivity Algebra Infinite Series Laplace Transfrom Random Variables And Distribution Functions Statistics And Probablity Distribution Time Domain Analysis Of First And Second Order System Circuit Analysis Techniques MOS Transistor Or Basic Semiconductor Properties Thermodynamics Engineering Thermodynamics Programming Style 
Year  Topics 

4 Year 
Design Of Feedback Control Systems Combinational And Sequential Circuit Design

3 Year 
Fundamentals Of Small Signal Analysis Control Systems Low Power Design Issues In Embedded Systems 8085 And 8086 Microprocessor Architecture Assembly Language Programming And System Design Microprocessors And Microcontrollers  Memory Mapping And Peripheral Interfacing Inverters MIMO And Massive MIMOWireless Communication Modern Wireless Communication Systems Digital Communication Systems High Performance Communication Networks Graphs Induction Machines : Theory Baseband Communication Design With OPAMP Stability Analysis Of Nonlinear Systems MOS Transistor Principle Limit State Design Of Reinforced Concrete Columns Discrete Time Signals

2 Year 
Frequency Domain Analysis BJT, MOSFET And Amplifiers; Frequency Response Differential Amplifiers The Nitty Gritty Of Logic Gates To Processor Design Computer Organization And Architecture Stability Analysis Digital Electronics Digital System Design Maxwell Equations Electromagnetic Waves Classification Of Signals And Systems Fourier Transforms Frequency Domain Representation Of Continuous Time Signals Convolution Introduction To Signal And Systems ARM Architecture In The Embedded Systems Skin Effect In Wires And Cables Solid State Devices Transformer Introduction To DSP Labs Electromagnetic Waves Software Aspects Power Semiconductor Device And Associated Gate Driving Technology Digital Signalling For Fading Channels 
1 Year 
Time Domain Analysis Of First And Second Order System Circuit Analysis Techniques MOS Transistor Or Basic Semiconductor Properties

Year  Topics 

4 Year 
Cement Production.Composition And Chemistry Design Of Earthquake Resistant Design Of RCC Multi Storeyed Frames Introduction To Slope Stability Analysis Compaction Of Soil Shear Strength Of Soils Site Investigation And Exploration Railway Planning And Construction Space Trusses

3 Year 
Durability Of Concrete Test On Concrete Design Of Reinforced Concrete Beams Design Of Shallow Foundations Basic Design Of Steel Structures Connections Basic Construction Planning Techniques Construction Planning And Control Earth Pressure On Retaining Structure Analysis By Slopedeflection Method Moment Distribution Method Highway Geometric Design Matrix Stiffness Method Beams Water Treatment Arches

2 Year 
Moving Loads And Influence Lines Open Channel Flow Deflection Deflection Of Statically Determinate Structures Influence Line Diagram Flexure And Beams Permutations And Combinations Compass Surveying And Plane Table Surveying

Year  Topics 

3 Year 
Convection Heat Transfer And Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals Natural Convection, Boiling And Condensation Basics Of Design Of Machine Elements Heat Transfer Introduction To Conduction Heat Transfer Introduction To Convection Heat Transfer Vibration Convective Heat Transfer Stress And Strain Tensors Manipulator Kinematics Joining Processes Fundamentals Of Airconditioning Gas Turbines

2 Year 
Kinematics Of Particles Fluid Mechanics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Dynamics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Kinematics Fundamental Concepts In Fluid Mechanics Gear Gears Gears And Gear Trains Basic Machine Tools And Metal Cutting Principles Computational Tools In Materials Technology Shear Force & Bending Moment Diagrams Bending And Stresses In Beam Balancing Rotation Of Machines Applications And Concepts Of Thermodynamics Laws Of Thermodynamics Applications, Examples And Problem Solving Approach Of Thermodynamics Properties Of A Pure Substance Diffusion In Materials Integral Flow Analysis (Continuity, Momentum And Energy Equations) Basic Concepts & First Law Of Thermodynamics Constitution Of Alloys And Phase Diagrams Concepts In Fluid Mechanics Fits And Tolerance Steam Turbines Gas Power Cycles Introduction To Fluid Mechanics

1 Year 
Thermodynamics Engineering Thermodynamics

Year  Topics 

4 Year 
Predicate Logic/First Order Logic (FOL) Virtualization Technology Cloud Technology Overview Information Security And Cryptography Machine Learning Smartphone Computing

3 Year 
Compiler Design Introduction To Compilers Syntax Directed Translation Network Layer Routing Algorithms Public Key Cryptography Object Oriented Design Using UML Intermediate Code Generation Memory And IO Introduction To Data Sciences Process Management

2 Year 
Basic Graph Algorithms Computer Architecture Computer Networks Wireless Medium Access Priority Queues And Trees Linear Data Structures And Applications Nonlinear Data Structures And Applications Foundation Of Machine Learning OOP ConceptsClasses And Data Abstractionoperator Overloadinginheritance Operator Overloading Input And Output Streams Interfaces Packages Collections And Vector Files Process Synchronization Pointers Software Process And Management Program Testing Designing With Combinational Modules And Iterative Circuits Operating Systems Overview Introduction To DBMS Storage Management I/O Systems Run Time Environment

1 Year 
Programming Style

Year  Topics 

1 Year 
Electrochemistry And Its Applications Spectroscopy & Applications Machine Drawing Plant Engineering Gradient Divergence And Curl Laser Physics Structure, Bonding In Organic Molecules And Structure And Reactivity

Year  Topics 

4 Year 
Solar DC Braking System

3 Year 
Chemical Reaction Engineering Air Pollution Control Engineering

2 Year 
Heat Treatments

Year  Topics 

4 Year 
English For Employability

Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
The module will cover the following aspects: (i) Selection of raw materials for cement manufacture, (ii) Processing of the raw materials, (iii) Reactions in cement production process, (iv) Composition and appearance of cement clinker, (v) Types of cements, (vi) Reactions of cement hydration, and (vii) Development of hydrated cement paste structure. The emphasis will be on how the basic cement characteristics are related to concrete properties.
Relevant Course : Design of Concrete structures
PartA (Basic of design of reinforced concrete structures)
PartA will be covered within the introduction of concrete structures
Objective and fundamental concepts of design of RC members
Limit state of collapse in flexure : Analysis and design of singly reinforced section
Limit state of collapse in shear
Development length
Deflection and cracking
Analysis and design of one way and two way slabs
Design of columns
Design of footings
PartB (Applications )
Design of staircases
Design of continuous beams and curved beams
Multistorey frames
Ductile detailing for earthquake resistant structures
Design for flexure (Working Stress Method)
Earth retaining structures : design of retaining walls
Design of domes
Liquid retaining structures : Introduction to water retaining structures
Miscellaneous Topics : Principles of Prestressing
Topic 
Number of lectures proposed 
Remarks 
Buildings – different forms of buildings,residential, administrative, academic and industrial buildings,different loadings and load combination 
2 

Structural modelling and analysis methodology Codal provisions, Earthquake resistant design

2 

Example problems and tutorial

2


Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
a) Finite Slope Analysis (Total and Effective Stress Analysis)
b) Infinite Slope Analysis
Relevant Course : Geotechnical engineering
Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
To obtain information on the subsurface soil and rock to design earthworks and foundations for a proposed structure/ excavation. Module will mostly cover various topics on site investigation methodologies, drilling and subsurface exploration techniques, sampling methods and various insitufield testing.
Relevant Course : Transportation Engineering
Relevant Department: Civil Engineering
Relevant Semester: 
Prerequisite: Nil
Course Description & Outline :
(1) Introduction and elements of permanent way  Rails, sleepers, ballast,
rail fixtures and fastenings.
(2) Geometric design and alignment of railway tracks.
(3) Railway facilities (Stations, yards etc).
(4) Brief details about signaling and control system
Relevant Course: 
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering
Relevant Semester: 7^{th} to 8^{th} Semester for BE/BTechs, Any semester for ME/M.Techs
Prerequisite: Basic Structural Analysis
Course Description & Outline :
Due to rapid development of the Indian economy there is a great need for spaces which can span a long lengths, both for production and display of the various products. There is also a rapid increase in events where people gather for a fair, where economic activity takes place. Structures which are needed to be built for such long spans cannot be built with the traditional concrete or masonry. To have long span structures we use what is called a ‘space structures’ which are nothing but steel skeletal structures spanning in all the three directions. The members are made of steel tubes but they are interconnected through members call nodes. With this arrangement we have several forms like the geodesic Dome Schwedler dome etc. In the present lectures you will learn about the type of different space structures, their configuration and the procedure to build these space structures. You will be introduced to the analysis and design of the space structures and also you will be introduced to the future developments that can take place in our country. Practical examples of space structures which have been built in the recent past will be explained using simplified teaching models.
Relevant Course : Artificial Intelligence
Module 1 : Syntax, Semantics, Entailment and Models, Proof Systems, Knowledge Representation.
Module 2 : Skolemization, Unification, Deductive Retrieval, Forward Chaining, Backward Chaining
Module 3 : Resolution Refutation in FOL, Horn Clauses and Logic Programming
Relevant Course : Cloud Computing
Relevant Course : Cloud Computing
Relevant Course : Information Security and Cryptography
The content of the course
Relevant Course : Machine Learning
Introduction to Reinforcement Learning : Reinforcement learning (RL) is an area of machine learning which is concerned with how an agent can learn to interact in an environment in order to achieve some goal , nArmed Bandit : The problem: In an narmed bandit, one is faced repeatedly with a choice among n different actions , MDPs and Value Functions : A common mathematical framework used to model RL problems is the Markov decision process (MDP) , Dynamic Programming Approaches : Dynamic programming (DP) algorithms for reinforcement learning can be used to obtain optimal policies given a perfect model of the Environment Temporal Difference Methods : Temporal Difference learning methods are bootstrapping methods used to learn value estimates for policy evaluation and control. They combine the sampling of Monte Carlo methods with the bootstrapping nature of DP.
Relevant Course : Smart Phone Computing
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Relevant Course : Control Systems
Module 1: [2 hours]
Module 2: [2 hours]
Textbook:
1. G.C. Goodwin, S.F. Graebe, M.E. Salgado, Control system design, Prentice Hall, 2001.
Relevant Course : Digital IC Design
Relevant Course : Automobile Engineering
Evolution and Requirements of a Braking System; Components and Classification; Drum and Disc Brakes; Hydraulic Brake System; Air Brake System; Antilock Brake System; Analysis of Vehicle Braking  Brake Force Distribution, Vehicle Stability during Braking, Stopping Distance.
Relevant Course : Spoken English
The objective of this module is to make learners understand how to communicate effectively with their prospective employers and never fall short of confidence and ideas. To reach this end, this program begins with an introduction to the process of communication, highlighting its importance and best techniques to be followed. This process is followed with sessions in developing speech skills and then highlighting the functional aspects while at an interview.
Session 1: Orientation & Introduction to Communication
Session 2: Syllables and Syllable Stress
Session 3: Word Stress and Modulation
Session 4: Enhancing Vocabulary
Session 5: SVA Agreement
Session 6: Telephone Etiquette
Session 7: Mid Programme Review
Session 8: Why you should be Hired
Session 9: Talking about the Future
Session 10: Discussing Salary
Session 11: Strength and Weakness
Session 12: Body Language
Session 13: Post Programme Discussion
Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
Module 1: Corrosion of steel in concrete structures (Basics of corrosion, chlorideinduced corrosion, carbonationinduced corrosion, measurement techniques, prevention of corrosion)
Module 2: Deterioration concrete materials and systems (Permeability, sulphate attach, alkslisilica reaction, chemical/acid attack,
Module 3: Testing of durability of concrete (Compressive strength test, Oxygen permeability test, Water sorptivity test, Water permeability test, Chloride diffusion test, RCPT, Carbonation test, etc.)
Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
The details for the modules are:
1. Tests on fresh concrete
2. Tests for mechanical properties
3. Durability test methods
Relevant Course : Design of concrete structures
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. As many structural components (slab, staircase, retaining wall, footing, pile cap etc.) may be idealized as beam, the main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete beams. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Design of Concrete structures
i) Classification of Foundations
(ii) Bearing Capacity
(iii) Settlement
(iv) Specifications in design codes
(v) Design of isolated shallow footing in clay and sand
(vi) Design of combined shallow footing
(vii) Types of raft/mat foundation
(viii) Design of raft/mat foundation
Relevant Course : Design of steel structures
The Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel in India IS 800:2007 has been revised into Limit State Method. A thorough understanding of the new provisions and their background is required to use the Standard efficiently and effectively. Design of members in tension, compression and flexure will be covered in this module on Basic Design of Steel Structures.
1. Limit State Method
2. Design of tension members
3. Design of compression members
4. Local Buckling and section classification
5. Design of beams
6. Tutorial
Relevant Course : Design of Steel structures
The Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel in India IS 800:2007 has been revised into Limit State Method. A thorough understanding of the new provisions and their background is required to use the Standard efficiently and effectively. Design of members in tension, compression, flexure and connections will be covered in this module on Basic Design of Steel Structures.
Relevant Course : Project Management
This module will discuss the basic processes and techniques required to plan a construction project. Students will learn how to organize activities to develop Work Breakdown Structures, and to then create project networks. Basic network analysis methods such as the Critical Path technique as well as analysis of project floats will also be taught. The module will conclude with some practical insights on how to use these analytical techniques to improve project planning and performance.
Relevant Course : Project Management
Lectures will cover basic concepts required to develop a resource loaded plan based on the Critical Path Methodology.
Relevant Course : Soil mechanics
(i) Introduction and basic concepts of Lateral Earth Pressures
(ii) Retaining Structure and its uses
(iii) Different Theories on Earth Pressures
(a) Coulomb’s Earth Pressure Theory
(b) Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory
(iv) Culmann’s Graphical Solution Method
(v) Stability of Rigid Retaining Walls
(vi) Stability of Flexible Retaining Walls
(vii) Bracing Systems, Stability Considerations for Braced Cuts
(viii) Solved Problems
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
1. Review of basic concepts (kinematic indeterminacy , flexural stiffness, fixed end moments);derivations of slope deflection equations
2. Demonstration of the method as applied to beams and frames, with and without known support settlements/rotations
3. Simplified analysis (with reduced kinematic indeterminacy ) for various problems: hinged end support guided fixed end support, symmetric structures)
4. Application to problems with unknown sway degrees of freedom
The topic is introduced by first giving an overview of 'displacement methods' of structural analysis (as different from 'force methods'), followed by discussing the basic concepts of kinematic indeterminacy, stiffness, fixed end moments and moment equilibrium at joints, with examples related to beams and plane frames.
The basic slopedeflection equations are then derived, and the slopedeflection method is applied to simple beam and frame problems (with one or multiple unknown joint rotations), with and without support settlements / rotations. Next, it is shown how the analysis can be simplified, taking advantage of reduced kinematic indeterminacy, when the extreme ends of the members have hinged or guided fixed supports.
Finally, problems with unknown sway degrees of freedom are taken up and their solutions demonstrated, invoking the concept of force equilibrium. In the concluding session, it will be also shown how this method led to the moment distribution method (for convenient manual analysis) and stiffness method of analysis (for computeraided analysis) of structures.
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant Course : Transporation Engg  CIVIL
Highway development in India: Road development in 20th Century, Road development in 21st Century, CRRI, NHAI, IRC.
Functional classification of roads as per IRC: Methods of classification, rural road Classification, Urban road classification.
Highway Project: Highway planning, Feasibility study, Design requirements, Influencing factors, Special considerations, Engineering surveys, Drawings and Report,
Types of highway project
Design of Sight Distances:
Stopping sight distance (SSD): Influencing factors, Braking distance on level surface, Braking distance on slopes
Overtaking sight distance (OSD): Influencing factors, Overtaking process, Assumptions made in the analysis, Effects of gradient on OSD, Overtaking zones.
Design of Horizontal Alignment & Vertical Alignment: Design controls and criteria, Cross Sectional elements, Horizontal radius, Lateral friction, Superlevation, Extra widening, Horizontal transition curve, Setback distance, longitudinal gradient, Summit curve, Valley curve, Combination of horizontal and vertical alignment features.
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant course: Matrix Stiffness Method
Relevant department: Civil Engineering
Pre requisite: Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Structural Analysis (general course bending moment and shear forces, deflections of statically determinate and indeterminate structures, strain energy etc.)
Course outline:
Day 1:
(1) Definition and explanation of static and kinematic indeterminacy, force (flexibility) and displacement (stiffness) methods
(2) Analysis of plane Trusses using stiffness approach displacement and force transformation matrices element and global stiffness matrices member forces stiffness matrix for space truss thermal and fabrication error
Day 2:
(3) Analysis of Continuous Beams element and global stiffness matrices intermediate loading sinking of supports
(4) Analysis of pinjointed plane frames and rigid space frames – preliminary discussions.
Day 3:
(5) Preliminaries to more complicated issues oblique supports virtual work principles relations to finite element analysis nonlinear analysis of framed structures (only nominal discussion and introduction for future self study)
Relevant Course : Design of Steel Structures
Relevant department: Civil Engineering
Pre requisite: Strength of Materials
Course outline:
Beams are an important class of members in Structural Steel Design. Beams can fail in a variety of ways and it is important to understand the behavior and failure of beams to be able to design them safely. In this module, the design of beams with rolled and builtup sections will be covered adhering to the provisions of the code IS800:2007.
Relevant Course : Water Supply Engineering
Relevant department: Civil
Course outline:
Water quality parameters, water quality standards, water quality indices, quality requirement for various beneficial uses.Water safety plan, Need and extent of treatment required, objectives of public water supply system.  1 h
Unit operations and processes – Principles, functions and design of coagulation and flocculation systems,sedimentation and sand filters 2h
Disinfection, disinfection byproducts, Iron and Manganese removal, DE fluoridation  Residue Management. 1h
Introduction to advanced water treatment technologies such as adsorption, ion exchange and membrane process, corrosive and scale forming water, water stabilization.1h
Point of use water treatment systems, Tertiary treatment systems for wastewater reuse  1 h
Relevant Course : Design of reinforced RCC Structures
Relevant Course: Design of RC Structures
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering, Architecture
Relevant Semester: 5^{th}
Prerequisite: Analysis of Structures
Course Description & Outline :
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. As many structural components (slab, staircase, retaining wall, footing, pile cap etc.) may be idealized as beam, the main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete beams. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant Course: Basic Structural Analysis.
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering
Relevant Semester: 5^{th} to 6^{th} Semester for BE/BTechs, Any semester for ME/M.Techs
Prerequisite: Basic Structural Analysis.
Course Description & Outline :
Arches are aesthetically pleasing structural forms which have fascinated man from early ages. Many contemporary monuments have integrated these arch forms into their fold. Arches are structurally efficient for bridges and other structures. Understanding the performance of arch forms, funicular lines and other issues regarding arches is really a fun to learn. On the other hand suspension bridges are simply an inversion of the arches. With high tensile strength suspension bridges can be used to span long spans. The present lectures will have practical examples which are explained through fundamental principles. After attending these lectures one will become confident is making real world design of arches and suspension bridges.
Relevant Course : Chemical Engineering
The information required for the design and operation of Chemical Reactors, which are the heart of any chemical process, will be presented. Background theory and applications will be discusse
Relevant Course : Compiler Design
1. Grammars for Programming Language constructs : sample grammars for following lingistic constructs found in languages such as C, C++, Java :
2. Basics of LR Parsers :
3. LALR(1) Parser construction
4. Using YACC for generating Parsers
5. Tutorial on the problem solving aspects including writing grammars, constructing few states of a parser, FIRST and FOLLOW sets, given a state write viable prefixes corresponding to it, given a viable prefix write all the items of the associated state.
6. Experiments on YACC as detailed in Item 4 above.
Relevant Course : Compiler Design
The lectures would introduce students to the process of compiling programs. Students would know various phases of a compiler and would learn the brief functionality of each phase. The lectures would also introduce a few concepts useful for understanding the rest of the topics.
Relevant Course : Compiler Design
 Syntax Directed Definition (Briefly)
 Syntax Directed Translation Scheme (main focus)
 Attribute grammars
 Implementing SDDs and SDTs
 Evaluating SDTs
 Using SDTs to generate three address code.
Relevant Course : Computer Networks
Background:Routing' is a very generic concept and is concerned with finding path(s) from the source to the destination(s) , Often, one wants to nd the `best' path ,
Routing layer issues : To determine best path, we need to know detailed network structure.Organisation of the module :Addressing in link layers and in the Internet.
Link layer `routing' because there is some routing in this layer.
Routing algorithms
Relevant Course : Computer Networks
Routing protocols  both wired and wireless  latest developments
Relevant Course : Information Security and Cryptography
Day 1 : RSA, and primality checking algorithms
Day 2 : Attacks on RSA
Day 3 : Digital signatures, side channel analysis, and ECC
Relevant Course : Software engineering
Introduction; Evolution of UML; Types of diagrams and views; Use case diagram; Class and object diagrams; Sequence and collaboration diagrams; Package diagram; State chart diagram;
An objectoriented design methodology using UML
Relevant Course : Principles of Compiler Design
Relevant Department : Computer Science
Relevant Semester: 1^{st} to 5^{th} semster
Prerequisite : This module assumes familiarity with scanning and parsing, particularly LR parsers. The earlier QEEE module delivered under Compiler Design : LR Parsing : Theory and practice, has all the
background material.
Lecture 1 : Semantic analysis  concepts and examples; Syntax Directed Translation Scheme (SDTS); semantic analysis of declarations; semantic analysis of expressions in C/C++. Intermediate code forms. Illustration through examples.
Lecture 2 : Semantic analysis of assignment statement; translation of boolean expressions  partial and complete evaluation; translation of control flow statements. Illustration through examples.
Lecture 3 : Translation of procedure calls; runtime environments and activation records. Illustration through examples.
Relevant Course : Advanced Computer Architecture
Relevant department: EEE
Course outline:
Memory subsystem: Main memory organization. RAM structure. Main memory and performance – Memory technology. Types of storage devices. The memory module and its interface. Memory interleaving. Memory hierarchy  operation of memory hierarchy Cache: Mapping function – Associative, direct and block setassociative. Cache Replacement policies. Cache read and write policies. Cache fetch policies. Unified and split cache. Cache coherence protocol – MESI. Cache performance Average Memory Access Time, Reducing cache miss penalty and miss rate – Reducing hit time. Example memory hierarchy: ARM processor. Virtual memory: memory management paged memory and segmented memory. Main Memory management policies placement, replacement, fetch and secondary memory update policies. Address translation  TLB design, implementation I/O subsystem: I/O bus structures. Programmed I/O. I/O interrupts – Interrupt hardware and software, interrupt priority. Direct Memory Access (DMA). I/O data format change and error control. RAID – Reliability, availability and dependability. I/O performance measures – Designing an I/O system.
12 hours  Introduction, Typical Activities, Reallife Examples
24 hours  Mathematical Foundations of Data Science
46 hours  Framework, Brief Introduction to Selected Techniques and a Case Study
Relevant Course : Process Management
Relevant Course: Operating Systems
Relevant Department : Computer science and Engineering
Relevant Semester: 5^{th}
Prerequisite:
Course Description & Outline :
Class 1: Processes, Process life cycle, Interrupts,
Class 2: context switching, scheduling
Class 3: Synchronization primitives,
Relevant Course : Analog Circuits, Electronic Circuits
This Module will introduce the principle behind small s ignal analysis of analog electronic circuits.
a. Motivation : Why small signal analysis ?
b. Small signal analysis of a 1 port nonlinear element: diode example, notion of operating point.
c. What is a small signal ?
d. Small signal representation of a 2 port nonlinear element : examples of MOS Transistors and BJTs
e. Calculating the quiescent operating point and small signal equivalent of MOS/BJT
f. Small signal analysis of simple amplifier structures.
Relevant Course : Control Systems
The focus of lecture will be in Time domain analysis of control system. It will cover time domain performance criteria and transient response, steady state response of first order and higher order system. How these quantive will vary under the influence of different controller, such as P, PI and PID controller.
Relevant Course : Embedded systems and Applications
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
Lecture 1: Architecture of a Generic Processor: RISC, CISC, DSP architectures with examples: ARM, IA32, Blackfin. The 8085 microprocessor architecture, Programmer's model, Instruction set, instruction Format, Addressing modes, Machine cycle, Timing diagrams, memory map.
Lecture 2: Assembly language programming of 8085 and ARM, Looping, block transfer, bit manipulation, time delay routines, stack and subroutine, Interfacing memory and I/O devices. I /O programming, interrupt handling.
Lecture 3: The 8086 microprocessor architecture, EU and BIU, Segmentation, DMA, multiprocessor configuration.
Advanced Concepts: Cache and virtual memory. Pipelining, superscalar processor, multicore Processors.
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
L6: Processor Board and Memory mapping
L7: Connecting Peripherals and concept of Polling and Interrupt
L8: Peripheral Controllers, Display Controller and DMA
L9: Peripherals: Communication, Disc & Mouse Controller and Timer
Relevant Course : Power Electronics  EEE
1Ph and 3Ph Voltage Source Inverters; PWM Techniques: square wave mode, selective harmonic elemination, Sine Triangle PWM, Space Vector PWM Multilevel Converters: Types, Basics of diode clamped threelevel converter. Basics of Current source Inverter.
Relevant Course : Wireless Communication
SpaceTime Codes and MIMO
Part I – Introduction
Part II  Information Theory
Part III  Coding
Massive MIMO
Part 1
Part 2
Relevant Course : Wireless Communications
Wireless broadband access is the only solution to provide highspeed internet and data connections in many regions of the world. Cellular networks developed for supporting mobile users is increasingly seen as the bedrock of broadband access, with wireless LAN networks playing a supporting role, especially indoors.
Cellular mobile networks have evolved from 2G (TDMA based GSM with 200KHz bandwidth), to 3G (spread spectrum WCDMA with 5MHz bandwidth), and currently to 4G (OFDM/OFDMA based LTE with 20MHz bandwidth). The key issue that we would like to address in our talks is: Why did the bitstowaveform mapping scheme change from TDMA to CDMA to OFDM when the bandwidth (and hence the bitrate) of the wireless signal was increased?
We motivate the reason for this evolution to OFDMA by focusing on four aspects of a modern cellular system: (a) Ability to handle timeofflight differences between different mobile uplink signals connected to the basestation, (b) Complexity of the optimal receiver in multipath channels, (c) Ability to manage cochannel interference, and (d) Flexibility of resource allocation. We will interpret the above three mapping schemes using a “channel coding based framework” to show why OFDMA has become the scheme of choice for modern wireless communications. The five lectures will be done with minimal mathematics and notation, but will instead use simple figures, relevant properties of linear systems, and common sense, to bring home the main learnings.
1. Why digital modulation? Baseband vsPassband signals, Signal representation using orthonormal basis, signal constellation, definitions for energy per symbol, energy per bit, noise power
2. Symbolbysymbol signaling using rectangular (infinite bandwidth) signals, Matched Filter (MF) receiver, definition of SNR, Nyquist pulseshaping for bandlimited signals, timing recovery and intersymbol interference (ISI), definition of excess bandwidth factor, symbol rate, bitrate, Computing probability of symbol error for bandlimited AWGN channels for important linear modulation schemes (PAM, PSK, and QAM), Orthogonal signaling and FSK
3. Communication through ISI channels optimal receiver based on sequence estimation, MAP and ML criteria , suboptimal receiver using equalization, linear MMSE criteria based equalization, linear and decisionfeedback equalization, defining equalizer using second order statistics the Wiener filter
4. Introduction to adaptive equalization, introduction to block modulation and OFDM
5. Tutorial session
Telecom Network has evolved rapidly over the last 70 years and dominated all aspects of our lives. This coursemodule is aimed at obtaining a basic understanding of the telecom network, its evolution from the early circuitswitched network to todays extensive circuitswitched and packetswitched network.Evolution of Circuit witched Telephone Network We will begin by examining the historical evolution of circuitswitched telephone network. The early network consisted of a telephone Exchange serving a locality.
Relevant Course : Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
Relevant Course : Electrical Machines
Relevant Department : Electrical Engineering
Relevant Semester: 3^{rd} sem or 4^{th} sem
Prerequisite: 1. Magnetic circuits 2. Basics of Transformers 3. Basics of 3phase circuits 4. BiotSavart's law and Lenz's law
Course Description & Outline :
Relevant Course : Digital Communication Techniques
Relevant Department : ECE, EEE
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Fourier analysis, Shannon sampling theorem
Course Description & Outline
Characteristics of Signals and Frequency domain respresentations
Relevant Course : Linear Integrated Circuits
Relevant Department: Electrical Engg. and; Electronics and Communication Engg.
Relevant Semester: Final year BTech/BE (EE/EC/IN)
Pre requisites: Opamp, Basic electronics (BJT understanding), control theory, signals and systems
Topic Description and Outline:
Lecture 1 (Opamp overview and oscillators) [2 hours]
Lecture 2 (Data converters) [2 hours]
Lecture 3 (Passive/active filter design)[2 hours]
Filter approximations: Butterwoth and Chebyshev response
Relevant Course : Control Systems
Relevant department: B.Tech (all branches) 3rd and 4th year  interested in control systems and stability analysis
Pre requisite: Network theory / Control systems intended for: B.Tech (all branches) 3rd and 4th year  interested in control systems and stability analysis
Course outline:
Preamble:
Most systems are nonlinear, and therefore, it is of general interest to investigate possible behaviors of nonlinear systems, investigate their stability, and to design control schemes. For example, there are many situations in Power systems where linear controllers are used. For these one would like to investigate behavior under “large signal conditions” when nonlinearities cannot be ignored. And there are areas like Robotics where designs based on linear models do not work well.
Intended learning outcomes:
Course Outline:
Linear and nonlinear system behaviors  Quick recapitulation of linear differential equations, and their solutions. Qualitative properties of nonlinear systems. Existence and uniqueness of solutions to Ordinary differential equations. Linearizations. Phase portraits, limit cycles.
Lyapunov’s stability theory  Notions of stability. Lyapunov’s stability theorem. Lasalle’s invariance principle. Circle criterion, Popov criterion. LyapunovKrasovskiifunctionals.
References:
Relevant Course : Digital VLSI
Relevant department: EEE,ECE
Pre requisite: Basic knowledge of semiconductor device physics
Course outline:
MOS devices Concept of Accumulation, depletion and inversion; Capacitancevoltage characteristics
MOS Transistors CurrentVoltage characteristics, Threshold Voltage and Body effect, DIBL and Shortchannel effects, Brief introduction of FinFET
Relevant Course : Design of reinforced RCC Structures
Relevant Course: Design of RC Structures
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering, Architecture
Relevant Semester: 5^{th}
Prerequisite: Analysis of Structures, Concept of limit state design of beam
Course Description & Outline :
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. Column is an important structural component and its understanding its design philosophy is important. The main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete columns. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Digital Signal Processing
Relevant Course: Digital Signal Processing
Relevant Department : EE, CSE
Relevant Semester: 6^{th}, 7^{th}, or 8^{th}^{}
Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
Course Description & Outline :
Unit 1 (6 hours)
INTRODUCTION
Unit 2 (6 hours)
Text books
Reference
Relevant Course : Convection Heat Transfer  MECH
1 Introduction to convection heat transfer.
2 Conservation equations.
3 Boundary layers – Fluid flow and heat transfer at a surface.
4 Forced convection at a flat plate.
5 Forced convection over a cylinder / sphere.
6 Forced convection in a tube/duct
Relevant Course : Convection Heat Transfer  MECH
7 Conservation equations – Natural convection.
8 Free convection on a flat plate, cylinder, in an enclosure.
9 Boiling  Pool.
10 Boiling inside tubes.
11 Condensation  External.
12 Condensation inside tubes.
13 Numerical modelling and simulation.
Relevant Course : Design of Machine Elements.
Relevant Course : Heat Transfer
Introduction – Steady State Conduction in one and two  dimensional systems  One dimensional unsteady state conduction; analytical and numerical methods
Convection: Basic equations, Boundary layers; Forced convection: External and internal flows, correlations, Natural convection
Radiation heat transfer: Basic laws, Properties of surfaces, view factors, network method and enclosure analysis for gray – diffuse enclosures containing transparent media
Boiling and condensation
Analysis of heat exchangers
1) Radiation: Fundamental concepts
2) Radiation: View factor and calculation
3) Radiation exchange between surfaces and enclosures
Relevant Course : Heat Transfer
Introduction to fundamental concept, Derivation of heat conduction equation, Discussion on boundary and initial conditions, One dimensional steady state heat conduction with and without heat generation: plane wall, cylindrical wall, and spherical wall, Concept of critical thickness of insulation, Heat transfer through extended surfaces: fins
Relevant Course : Heat Transfer
Introduction to Convection, Recapitulation of the Fluid Flow Equations, Boundary layer over a flat plate, Derivation of energy equation and identification of dimensionless terms, Concept of thermal boundary layer and derivation of thermal boundary layer equation, Thermal boundary layer over a flat plate,Internal flow: concept of thermally fully developed flow, solution for thermally fully developed HagenPoiseuille flow with different boundary conditions – (a) constant heat flux, (b) constant wall temperature
Relevant Course : Theory of Vibration/ Dynamics of Machines/ Theory of Machines/ Structural Dynamics
Nature of Vibration – Harmonic and Transient Vibration, Lumped Parameter modeling for vibratory system, Phasor / complex exponential representation of harmonic quantities.
Single degree of freedom vibration analysis, Free vibration, Damped and Undamped vibration, Natural Frequency, Logarithmic decrement.
Forced harmonic vibration, Resonance, Support motion, Transmissibility
Reference:Theory of Vibration by Thomson, Dahleh&Padmanabhan
(1) Introduction
(2) Concept of boundary layer
(3) Derivation of boundary layer equations.
(4) Approximate solution with integral method
(5) Correlations
Stress and strain are usually treated as numbers. It is important for students to understand that stress and strain are symmetric tensors with 6 independent components
Relevant Course : Robotics and robotics applications
Mechanics  Kinematic parameters and modelling, direct and inverse kinematics
Relevant Course : Manufacturing Technology
Relevant department: Mechanical
Course outline:
Fundamentals of welding, Fusion based and resistance based welding processes, Solid state welding processes, Brazing and soldering; Welding defect analysis.
Relevant Course : Thermal Engineering  2
Relevant Course: Thermal Engineering  2
Relevant Department : Mechanical, Energy, and Architecture
Relevant Semester: 6^{th} or 7^{th} Semester
Prerequisite:
Basic understanding of
Course Description & Outline :
The course covers all the basic aspects of air conditioning starting with introduction and applications of air conditioning, introduction to psychrometry and psychrometric processes, introduction to human thermal comfort and comfort standards, cooling load calculations, air conditioning systems and system selection criteria and introduction to air transmission and air distribution inside the conditioned space. Sources where more information and data can be obtained along with details of some popular building simulation and load calculation software will be provided. It is expected that at the end of the course, the student is able to select a suitable air conditioning system based on design inputs and perform simple energy consumption calculations.
Relevant Course : Thermal Engineering 1
Relevant Course: Thermal Engineering 1
Relevant Department : Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering
Relevant Semester: 5th or 6th ^{}
Prerequisite: Basic thermodynamics
Course Description & Outline :
Introduction, Air Standard Brayton cycle, Methods to improve Gas Turbine efficiency, Gas Turbine for air craft propulsion, Numerical problems, Gas Turbine Combustion Chambers
Text books:
Relevant Course : Analysis of Structures
This topic would cover the following:
Relevant Course : Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery  CIVIL
Characteristics of OCF and Channel properties, uniform flow and most economical open channel cross section, Uniform Flow vs. Gradually varied flow, OCF surface profiles, Specific energy and alternate depths ,Hydraulic jump in OCF, Module level problems
Relevant Course : Mechanics of Soils
Lecture 1: Deflection equations of the deflection curve, Deflections by integration of the bending moment equation Problem solution
Lecture 2: Moment area method; Problem solution
Lecture 3: Problem solution; Tutorial
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
This topic would cover the various methods used to calculate the elastic deformations (slope and deflection) of structures as listed below:
1) Double Integration Method
2) Moment Area Method
3) Conjugate Beam Method
4) Virtual Work Method
5) Castigliano's Theorem
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis  CIVIL
Concept, Importance and Methodology of Construction of Influence Line, Simple Examples involving Statically Determinate Beams and Trusses for Reaction, Bending Moment, Shear, MullerBreslau Principle application to statically determinate and indeterminate structures, System of Wheel Loads, Maximum Bending and Shear, System of Wheel loads continued for complicated problems, MullerBreslau Principle for Statically Indeterminate Structures, Closure with discussion of applications to complicated problems
Relevant Course : Structural Mechanics
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Relevant Course : Engineering Surveying
Relevant Department : B.E./B.Tech Civil Engineering; Agriculture Engineering; Mining Engineering
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 1^{st} Year Engineering courses, basics of Surveying
Course Description & Outline :
My 5 hrs lecture will be cover the following aspects
1. Overview of Plane Table Surveying
2. Basics of Total Station and its various applications
3. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) basics and applications in Civil Engineering
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Session 1:
1) Periodic Functions and the formal Fourier series
2) Issues of Convergence: The Dirichlet Kernel and the Riemann Lebesgue lemma
3) Failure of pointwise convergence and sufficient conditions for pointwise convergence  Dirichle't theorem.
Session 2:
4) Examples of Fourier series of Triangular waves, Square waves and sawtooth waves.
5) Mean Convergence (RMS) value
6) Bessel's inequality and Parseval Formula
Session 3:
7) Application of Parseval formula to solve a geometrical problem (the isoperimetric problem)
8) Least square approximations
9) Applications to PDEs.
Relevant Course : Chemical Engineering
Frequency response, Bode plot analysis, Nyquist plot, simulations using Scilab
Relevant Course : Analog Electronic Circuits
(2 hours)
Lecture: 2 (2 hours)
Lecture: 3 [2 hours]
Text book:
Relevant Course : Analog Electronic circuits
Lecture: 2 [2 hours]
Lecture: 3 [2 hours]
Relevant Course : Computer Organization & Architecture
Relevant Course : Computer Organization and Architecture
The changing horizon of Computer Architecture, Multicore and massively parallel co processing, Application binary interface, Modern instruction set architectures, power and thermal aware computing.
Relevant Course : Control Systems
• Introduction and Origin of Stability Analysis
• RouthHurwitz Criterion and Analysis
• Stability analysis using Rootlocus method
• Nyquist Stability Criterion and Analysis
• Stability Margins
• Relative Stability
• InputOutput stability
• Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty
Relevant Course : Digital electronics
Session 1 : Boolean Algebra, Reduction, and Combinational Circuits ( 2 hours)
Basic logic operation and logic gates. Basic postulates and fundamental theorems of Boolean algebra; Canonical (SOP and POS) forms; Minterm and Maxterm expansions;  Karnaughmaps, essential prime implicants, four and five variable maps; incompletely specified functions, NAND and NOR implementation, multiplexers, demultiplexers Adders.
Session 2: Sequential Logic ( 2 hours)
Latches and flipflops: SRlatch, Dlatch, D flipflop, JK flipflop, T flipflop; timing diagram; Registers and counters; Ripple counter, BCD counter, Shift register; Synchronous counter design using D, SR, JK flip flops.
Session 3 : State Machine Design ( 2 hours)
Moore and Mealy state machines; Derivation of state graph and tables; state table reduction using Implication table, logic realization; PLAs, Reduced PLA table; PALs and their applications.
Seperate Session : ( if need be) ASM chart, Asynchronous Sequential Machines
Relevant Course : Digital Electronics  ECE
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
Flipflops: SR, D, T, JK. Meta stability of flipflops, Registers: shift registers, Counters: synchronous and asynchronous, Binary counter, Modulo Up and down counter, Synchronous Counter design using flipflops, VHDL models for flipflops, Memory devices: ROM
FINITE STATE MACHINES
Mealy and Moore machines: sequence detector, Mealy and Moore machine comparison, Sequential network design: state table, state graph. State table reduction using row reduction, using implication tables. State assignment rules, Equivalent state machines.
ASM (ALGORITHMIC STATE MACHINE) CHARTS
State machine design using SM charts, ASM realization using traditional method, MUX based design, one hot method, ROM based method.
Design Examples: Traffic light controller, Dice game. Basics of asynchronous sequential networks
Relevant Course : Electro magnetic Waves
Relevant Course : Electromagnetics
Relevant Course : Introduction to Signals and Systems
Relevant Course : Introduction to Signals and Systems
Relevant Course : Signal and Systems
Relevant Course : Signals and Systems
Linear timeinvariant systems and their processing by convolution.
Relevant Course : Signals and Systems
Classification of signals and classification of systems, their properties
A critical problem at higher frequencies is the tendency of currents to be confined to the surface of conductors. We will look at single wires and coaxial cables to understand this effect
At the end of the six hour session on Solid State Devices, you should be able to
Relevant Course : Electrical Machines  EEE
The student will be equipped with the understanding and basic working of a singlephase transformer which is one of the most important components of a power system.
The intellectual knowledge gained through this module is to analyze mathematically a transformer by drawing its equivalent circuit. Determining its equivalent circuit parameters can be achieved by conducting tests on a transformer. Its performance parameters like voltage regulation and efficiency can be estimated using its equivalent circuit.
The learning outcomes are: understanding the fundamental concepts, construction and working principle of a transformer, getting its equivalent circuit model from first principles and obtaining the parameters of the equivalent circuit by conducting open circuit and shortcircuit tests, Core losses and copper losses, estimating the performance parameters like voltage regulation and efficiency under different operating conditions, maximum efficiency and condition for obtaining maximum efficiency, Power and distribution transformers and All day efficiency of a distribution transformer; special transformers
Transformer  Session  Wise Division of Topics
Transformers Session 1 (Jan 18^{th} 2 PM to 4 PM): Basic configuration, construction  types, principle of operation, AmpTurn balance, Ideal transformer,
Accounting for core losses  Eddy current and hysteresis losses, revisiting construction  reduction of eddy current losses with laminations; magnetizing current and magnetizing reactance; some worked examples
Session 2 (Jan 19^{th} 2 PM to 4 PM): Copper losses, leakage reactances  reducing leakage in a transformer; Equivalent circuit of a transformer, transferring values from primary to secondary side and viceversa. Efficiency and voltage regulation in a transformer; OC and SC tests; some worked examples
Session 3 (Jan 20^{th} 10 am to 11 am): Phasor diagrams of transformers; Autotransformer and its applications; audio frequency transformers, current transformers and voltage transformers. Power and Distribution transformers; allday efficiency.
Tutorial session (Jan 20^{th} 11 am to 12 noon): solving more problems in all the topics covered in the previous sessions.
Content Organization
To be novelistic and made interesting for students with relation to reallife examples
To kindly the intellectual curiosity of students
Application of concepts in real life scenarios/research to be highlighted
Highlight critical issues/ideas relating to research/current industry requirements
A short interaction break at the end of every 45 mins of lecture will help students to be more attentive and reflect on what has been taught
Presentations to be clear and pointwise. Font size big enough for a large class to view
Every session to begin with a short recap on the previous session.
6^{th} hour of lecture would be assignment discussion
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Relevant Course : DSP
LAB PROCEDURE FOR COLLEGE
Pre Lab:
(Before the course starts – Should be done once)
(Before every lab session)
During Lab:
Post Lab:
Prerequisites for Remote TrainingFaculty:
Remote Training sessionFaculty:
Relevant Course : Electromagnetic theory
Relevant Department: Electrical
Pre Requisite Understanding of Line integral, surface integral, volume integral, gradient, divergence, curl, electric field and magnetic field.
Outline:
Electromagnetics
Review of Faraday’s Law, Equation of continuity, Lenz Law, Ampere’s Law, Gauss Law (in both electric and magnetic field), Stokes theorem, Divergence Theorem. (1 Hour)
Review of Ampere’s Law with Displacement current.(1 Hour)
Boundary conditions for Electric Field, Magnetic Field – dielectric boundaries, conductor boundaries.(1 Hour)
Application cases for boundary conditions. (1 Hour)
Derivation of electromagnetic wave equations. (1 Hour)
Discussion of Tutorial Problems on the above topics. (1 Hour)
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and microcontroller 8086
Relevant Course: Microprocessor and microcontroller 8086
Relevant Department : EEE, ECE, Computer Science, Information Technology, Instrumentation.
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 
Course Description & Outline :
Session1:
8086 Architecture – Internal block diagram, Register organization, stack structure. 8086 pin diagram and pin descriptions. Addressing modes, Instruction Formats. Timing diagrams Minimum mode and Maximum mode.
Session2
Instruction set: Data transfer instructions, Arithmetic instructions, Logical instructions, String instructions, Branch instructions and processor control instructions. Assembler directives. I/O programming and multi programming.
Session3
Assembly language programming, Procedures, Macros, Interrupts and interrupt service routines, BIOS function calls
Relevant Course : Power Electronics
Relevant Course: Power Electronics
Relevant Department : Electrical Dept
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Nil (Lecture from Basics)
Course Description & Outline :
Relevant Course : Wireless Communication
Relevant Course: Wireless Communication
Relevant Department :
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Basics of Digital Communication, PSK and QAM constellations, Probability of Error analysis in AWGN
Course Description & Outline :
1. Basics of Fading Channels
2. Basics of OFDM
3. Diversity Techniques for Fading Channels
Textbooks
Relevant Course : AI Applications to power systems
Relevant Course: AI Applications to power systems
Relevant Department : Electrical
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 
Course Description & Outline :
1. Basics of Fuzzy Theory:
2. Fuzzy Relations:
3. Fuzzy Regression Models:
4. Fuzzy Decision Making:
5. Fuzzy Mathematical Programming
6. Fuzzy Optimization
7. Applications of Fuzzy Systems
References:
Relevant Course : Analysis and Design of Algorithms
1. Basic Graph Algorithms like Topological sort, Strong connectivity
2. Greedy algorithms with Minimum Spanning trees and Union Find
3. Shortest Path algorithms like Dijkstra, Floyd Warshall
Relevant Course : Computer Architecture
What are the important parts of a computer? How is the instruction set designed? MIPS assembly language. Hardware implementation of MIPS. Pipelining in MIPS. Handling pipeline hazards. Memory systems: cache design, cache performance analysis. Virtual memory. Hard disks, IO systems, buses.
Relevant Course : Computer Networks
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Relevant Course : Computer Networks
Course will cover various Medium Access (MAC) techniques used in wireless networks. Topics covered will include ALOHA, slotted ALOHA, Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CA), Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA), basics of CDMA. Relevant standards such as WiFi (802.11), WiMAX (802.16), Zigbee (802.15.4) will be discussed.
Relevant Course : Data Structures
Quick review of abstract data types (ADTs), implementation of the tree ADT using arrays or lists, traversal of trees, complexity analysis
Priority Queues and Heaps: applications of heaps, binomial heaps, fibonacci heaps, pairing heaps.
Binary search trees (BST): applications of BST, AVL Trees, RedBlack trees, Splay trees.
Relevant Course : Data Structures and Algorithms
Introduction to stack and queue data structures. Basic operations on these data structures; array implementation; problem solving using these structures.
Relevant Course : Data Structures and Algorithms
Relevant Course : Machine Learning
Relevant Course : Object Oriented Programing
This module would introduce solving a problem by thinking about objects and the associated methods, rather than by merely splitting it into procedural steps. Students would learn about how to organize various objects into a common form of classes, how to define the interface to access its members, and how to hide unwanted details. To ease programmability, some languages support redefining an operator or a function; students would learn about this as operator overloading. Finally, reusing class definitions, we would learn about inheriting properties of an existing class to define a new one. Together, this would form a solid base in kickstarting OOP
Relevant Course : Object Oriented Programming
Topic Description and Outline: Overloading operators, rules for overloading operators, overloading of various operators, Overloading the >> and << Operators,Overloading the new and the delete Operators, Overloading the Array Subscript Operator, Overloading the Pointertomember(>) Operator (Smart Pointer)
Relevant Course : OOPS
This module would introduce students to perform input / output functions using C++. The I/O functions are organized such that the same interface can be used to output on standard output device, files on disk, for writing to strings etc. We will explore these interfaces and learn how to implement your own interface  such as writing to a socket or to a database.
Relevant Course : Operating Systems
IntroductionThreadsSystem ModelFile ConceptLinux overviewProcessesMemory Management File Systems And Input/Output –DeadlocksSystem StructureStorage Management I/O Management/SystemDisk Management Protection & Security CPU scheduling Process Synchronization
Relevant materials from Chapter 5 of Operating System Concepts, Ninth (or slightly earlier) Edition, Avi Silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin, Greg Gagne, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., ISBN 9781118063330
Topics from the chapter, to be covered:
Relevant Course : Programming in C and Data Structures
Relevant Course : Software Engineering
The different agile models such as Scrum, XP, and Lean would be discussed, starting with the traditional heavyweight models.
Subsequently, size, effort, and cost estimations would be discussed. Finally, work breakdown using WBS and task scheduling using
GANTT and PERT charts would be discussed. Relevant open source tools would also be mentioned.
Relevant Course : Software Engineering
Lecture 1: Combinational modules like decoders, multiplexers, adders etc.
Lectures 2: Cascading these modules to create larger circuits
Lectures 3: Building iterative combinational circuits and Timing analysis
Relevant Course : Operating Systems
Relevant Course: Operating Systems
Relevant Department: Computer Science
Relevant Semester: 
Prerequisite: Basic ideas of computer architecture and organization
Course Description & Outline :
Operating system basics – Types of Computer Systems – ComputerSystem operation – I/O structure – Hardware Protection – System components – System calls – System programs – System structure
Process concept – Process scheduling – Operations onprocesses – Cooperating processes – Interprocess communication – Communication inclientserver systems – Multithreading models – Threading issues – Pthreads
Process synchronization – Deadlock
Basics of memory management
Relevant Course : Database Management Systems
Relevant Department: Computer Science
Relevant Semester: 6th
Pre requisites: Data Structure and Algorithm
Topic Description and Outline:
Database system architecture Data Abstraction, Data Independence, Data Definition and Data Manipulation Languages.Data models Entityrelationship, network, relational and object oriented data models, integrity constraints and data manipulation operations.
Relational query languages Relational algebra, tuple and domain relational calculus, SQL and QBE.
Relational database design Domain and data dependency, Armstrong's axioms, normal forms, dependency preservation, lossless design.
Query processing and optimization Evaluation of relational algebra expressions, query equivalence, join strategies, query optimization algorithms.
Storage strategies Indices, Btrees, hashing.
Transaction processing Recovery and concurrency control, locking and timestamp based schedulers, multiversion and optimistic Concurrency Control schemes.
Advanced topics Objectoriented and object relational databases, logical databases, web databases, distributed databases, data warehousing and data mining.
Relevant Course : Storage Management
Relevant Course: Operating Systems
Relevant Department : Computer science and Engineering
Relevant Semester: Spring 2018
Prerequisite: Basics of Operating Systems
Course Description & Outline :
File System – Basic concepts of file systems and access technologies, Directory and disk structures, File system mounting, Protection of file systems
File System implementation – File system structure and directory implementation, Allocation methods, free space management, File system performance, Recovery
Distributed file system – Naming and transparency, Remote file access, stateful versus stateless services
Example file system – UNIX based file system architecture
Relevant Course : I/O Systems
Relevant Course: Operating Systems
Relevant Department : Computer science and Engineering
Relevant Semester: Spring 2018
Prerequisite: Basics of Operating Systems
Course Description & Outline :
Secondary storage structure – Disk structure, disk scheduling, disk manager, swap space management, RAID structure, scalable storage implementation
IO systems – IO hardware, application IO interface, Kernel IO subsystems, IO Performance
IO system examples – UNIX based systems
Relevant Course : Enviornmental Science and Engineering
Relevant Course: Principles of Compiler Design
Relevant Department : Computer science and Engineering
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: This module assumes familiarity with LALR(1) parser, Semantics Directed Translation Scheme (SDTS) particularly for declaration processing and function calls. The earlier QEEE modules delivered under Compiler Design : LR Parsing : Theory and practice, have the relevant prerequisite material
Course Description & Outline :
Lecture 1: Quick review of semantic analysis of declarations in C/C++. Basic issues in Runtime Environments. Data types supported by PL – scalars, arrays, records, unions, classes. PL Support for recursion and creation of dynamic data structures. Organization of data objects, such as globals, locals, parameters, non locals so that their addresses can be resolved at compile time. Illustration of data layout using gcc for various data and code segments.
Lecture 2: Issues of PLs that support programs with nontrivial nesting. Compilation of dynamic data sructures. Division of memory; structure of activation records (AR); accessing information in AR. Implementation of access to nonlocal variables; static link and dynamic link and their role in handling lifetime and scope of data objects. Issues in compiling function calls with recursion and the role of AR. Parameter passing mechanisms with examples and their compilation issues.
Lecture 3: Issues for compiling call to a function with parameters and return value. Intermediate code sequences to be generated for call by value and call by reference parameter passing mechanisms. Division of labor between caller and callee functions and prolog and epilogue code fragments to be inserted by the compiler. Tutorial on illustration of runtime environments by compare C source code and generated 64 bit X64 assembly code.
Relevant Course : Engineering mechanics
Idealization of particle, Kinematics of rectilinear motion, Kinematics of plane curvilinear motion, Kinematics of space curvilinear motion in rectangular and cylindrical coordinates.
Reference: (1) Engineering Mechanics by Irving Shames (2) Engineering Mechanics Dynamics by J. L. Meriam and L. G. Kraige.
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Lagrangian and Eulerian description, streamline, streakline and pathline, acceleration of a fluid element, Differential form of Conservation Equations: Continuity equation, streamfunction, rotation and angular deformation, irrotational flow, velocity potential
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Kinematics of Fluid Flow: Lagrangian and Eulerian description, streamline, streakline and pathline, acceleration of a fluid element, continuity equation, streamfunction, rotation and angular deformation, irrotational flow, velocity potential.
Integral forms of Conservation Equations: Reynolds transport theorem  conservation of mass, linear and angular momentum
Differential form of Conservation Equations: Continuity equation, NavierStokes equations – derivations and some exact solutions
Relevant Course : Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery / Theory of Machines
Nomenclature for spur gears, Fundamental law of gearing, Conjugate action for Involute tooth profile, Contact Ratio, Interference and Undercutting, Minimum number of teeth to avoid interference, Simple & Compound Gear train, Planetary Gear train
Reference: Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by A. Ghosh and A. K. Mallik
Relevant Course : Kinematics of Machines
Nomenclature for spur gears, Fundamental law of gearing, Conjugate action for Involute tooth profile, Simple & Compound Gear train, Planetary Gear train
Reference: Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by A. Ghosh & A. K. Mallik
Relevant Course : Kinematics of Machines
Nomenclature for spur gears, Fundamental law of gearing, Conjugate action for Involute tooth profile, Contact Ratio, Interference and Undercutting, Minimum number of teeth to avoid interference, Simple & Compound Gear train, Planetary Gear train
Relevant Course : Manufacturing Process  MECH
Relevant Course : Numerical methods or computational methods or computational tools course
Relevant Course : Strength of Materials
Lecture 1: Types of beams, loads and reactions, Shear forces and bending moments, Relationships between loads, shear forces and bending moments, Problem solution
Lecture 2: Shear force and bending moment diagrams, Problem solution
Lecture 3: Problems on SFD and BMD; Tutorial
Relevant Course : Strength of Materials / Mechanics of Solids / Solid Mechanics
EulerBernoulli beam assumption, Shear force and bending moment in beam, Shear force and bending moment diagram, Bending stress in beams
Differential equation for beam deflection, Method of superposition, Statically indeterminate beams
Reference: Elements of Strength of Materials by S. P. Timoshenko & D. H. Young
Relevant Course : Theory of machines
Static & Dynamic Balancing, Two plane Balancing Analytical approach.
Balancing of reciprocating machines  Free body diagram of moving links of an IC engine mechanism, Approximate Kinematics, Dynamic Equivalent model for connecting rod, Unbalance force due to reciprocating slider, Lanchester balancing.
Reference: Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by A. Ghosh & A. K. Mallik
Relevant Course : Thermodynamics / Engineering Thermodynamics / Thermal Science
Real life examples – Maps, video, pictures, statistics
Applications
What do we want to know? What is the process of answering these questions? Interpreting 'answers'?
Laws of Nature (Physics) + methodology for applying them. Thermodynamics in Physics, Chemistry, Chemical engg., Aero‐, ++ Apply Laws to a System that interacts with the Surroundings; System boundary.
Session 2:
Concepts – their importance, necessity and clarity. The Continuum. Working substance. System, System boundary, Surroundings ‐ representation in sketches/drawings; What is included. Thermodynamic concept of Heat, and Work. Examples of each. Reservoir concept. Open system. Closed system. Mass crossing system boundary (not electrons, or photons! Coal, oil, blood?). Mass flow (rate) vs. mass transfer – difference; Diffusion? Steady (state) flow. Energy crossing system boundary. Work done at system boundary. Examples of system boundary – ‘best’, ‘optimal’, ‘convenient’; mass and(or) energy transfer
Session 3:
State – defined by Properties. Uniform / non‐uniform state.
Properties
Microscopic approach (kinetic theory, ‘nano’,). Macroscopic approach (molecules/atoms together as an ‘element’). Equilibrium; Non‐equilibrium; Quasi‐equilibrium. (state) (system) (relation to surroundings). Change of state. Sequence (series) of states (of a system) – Path, Process; Cycle. (cyclic device) (Time) Rate of change of state – Static vs. Quasi‐static. Process – Reversible; Irreversible; Quasi‐reversible. Path function; Point function
Relevant Course : Thermodynamics / Engineering Thermodynamics / Thermal Science
Session 1:
Laws of thermodynamics
Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics. Temperature. Equality of temperature. Applications.
First Law of Thermodynamics. Energy.
Session 2:
Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Session 3:
Second Law application to control mass and control volume.
Property relations. Property diagrams. Bernoulli's equation. Application of laws to a process: Throttling, flow or reciprocating compressor / expander (turbine), pump, heat exchanger, nozzle/diffuser, etc. Focus here will be on systematic approach up to developing the governing equations for any working substance.
Relevant Course : Thermodynamics / Engineering Thermodynamics / Thermal Science
Vapour power cycles
Applications to different power cycles: Fossil fuelled, Nuclear, Geothermal, Solar thermal, Ocean thermal, etc. Current status. Overview of future developments.
Session 2:
Gas power cycles
Application to different types of internal combustion engines. Gas turbines for propulsion (air, land and sea) and power generation. Combined cycle power plant. Refrigeration cycles
Applications to refrigeration (domestic, industrial, mobile) implications for food industry. Air‐conditioner (domestic, industrial,).
Session 3:
Rocket propulsion. Co‐generation (textile, petrochemicals, paper, food processing, etc. industries). District heating and cooling. Fuel cells.Conclusion.
Relevant Course : Thermodynamics / Engineering Thermodynamics / Thermal Science
Session 1:
Session 2:
Session 3:
[1] Atomistic mechanisms of diffusion
[2] Classical Fick's laws, the formulation ofdiffusion problems in terms of chemical potential for binary alloy systems
[3] Failure of classical diffusion equations; and,
[4] The modification of classical diffusion equation to model the socalled "Uphill diffusion".
Control Volume analysis of Fluid Flow problems will be done. We will first derive the general equation for conservation of any quantity for a Control Volume (Reynolds Transport Theorem). This will then be applied to Mass, Momentum and Energy giving rise to Continuity equation, momentum equation and Bernoullis equation).
Relevant Course : Engineering Thermodynamics
Relevant Department: Mechanical Engineering
Relevant Semester: B.Tech 1^{st} & 2^{nd} Year
Topic Description and Outline:
Heat and Work
First Law of Thermodynamics : Basics
First Law of Thermodynamics : Flow Devices
Relevant Course : Engineering Material and Metallurgy
Relevant department: Mechanical
Course outline:
Constitution of alloys – Solid solutions, substitutional and interstitials – Phase diagrams and microstructure development: Isomorphous, eutectic, peritectic, eutectoid and peritectroid alloy systems. IronIron carbide equilibrium diagram.
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Relevant Department:Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Biotechnology,Power Engineering, Energy Engineering, Physics, Applied Mathematics
Relevant Semester: 3rd
Pre requisite :Engineering Mathematics with integral calculus, differential calculus and vector calculus
Course Description and Outline:
Fluid Kinematics: Eulerian and Lagrangian approach, concept of streamline, streakline, pathline, deformation and rotation, vorticity and angular velocity, constraint of incompressibility and continuity equation, stream function and velocity potential
Dynamics of inviscid flows: Euler and Bernoullis equation and their applications
Reynolds Transport Theorem (RTT): Derivation of Reynolds Transport Theorem, Application of RTT to Conservation of Mass and Momentum
Differential form of Conservation Equations: Continuity and NavierStokes equations and their derivation
Some exact solutions of NavierStokes equation for steady incompressible flows:Fully developed low between two infinite parallel plates ( plane Poiseuille flow), Shear driven flow between two parallel plates, Thin film flow along an inclined wall, Flow through circular tube / pipe (Hagen Poiseuilleflow), concept of friction factor and application to pipe flow design
Relevant Course : Computer aided machine drawing
Relevant Course: Computer aided machine drawing
Relevant Department : Mechanical Engineering
Relevant Semester: JanJune^{}
Prerequisite: Nil
Course Description & Outline :
Limits fits and Tolerances: Standards of Measurement; systems of limits, fits and tolerances; Tolerance Control; Selection of tolerance grades; Gauging GO and NO Gauges; Numerical problem
Relevant Course : Thermal Engineering  2
Relevant Course: Thermal Engineering  2
Relevant Department : Mechanical
Relevant Semester: ^{}
Prerequisite: Undergraduate engineering thermodynamics (required). Fluid mechanics basic course (preferable).
Course Description & Outline :
Session I
An overview of steam turbine as an engineered product – typical construction and components (incl. photographs).
Applications: fossil fuelled thermal power plants, nuclear power plants, solar thermal power plants, captive power generation, cogeneration, marine propulsion (ships and submarines).
Steam turbine systems: steam system, lubricating oil system, sealing system, control and governing system, instrumentation and control systems.
Construction features: Casing, rotor, stator and rotor blades, bearings, seals,mountings and foundation.
Principles related to turbines: Fundamental principles of turbines – conservation of mass, conservation of momentum (2nd law of motion), conservation of energy (1st law of thermodynamics), 2nd law of thermodynamics. Turbines as a component of athermodynamic cycle – intake and exhaust conditions. Isentropic efficiency – typicalvalues and the trends.
Classification based on working substance: Water: hydraulic turbines or hydroturbines;Steam: steam turbine; Gas (hot gas from oil/gas combustion in air) gas turbine, aeroengine, turbocharger; Air wind turbine. Oil: hydraulic coupling, torque converter. How the substance and parameters (pressure, density, temperature, etc.) influence the mechanical design of a turbine.
Engineering analysis and design: Basic principle of conversion of fluid flow into mechanical shaft power. Concept of a flow passage and conservation laws. Flow through a moving passage and conservation laws. Real flow passages in a steam turbine – HP, IP and LP turbines. The idea of a blade. Blades arranged on a shaft – resulting passages. Features of the flow through the passages and methodology to understand the working. Typical questions posed by designers and operating personnel. Some trends in the development of steam turbines (pressures, temperatures, capacity, materials, efficiency
Session II
Converting the real flow passage to an idealized linear cascade. Major assumptions.
The concept of fixed blades and rotating blades and their modeling as fixed and moving linear cascades. Definition of a stage.
Basic analysis: Assumptions – 1dimensional flow, no friction, internally reversible flow through the passage.
Thermodynamic processes occurring during flow through a stage T – s and h – s diagrams.
Fixed cascade: Thermodynamic process – flow without enthalpy change vs. flow with enthalpy drop. Flow directions at inlet and outlet of passage. Accelerating flow – subsonic and supersonic conditions. Forces on the passage, forces on a set of parallel identical passages.
Moving cascade: Blade velocity assumption (uniform over blade height). Choice of reference frame. Thermodynamic processes – without, or with enthalpy drop. Forces on the passage – axial and radial forces. Power produced by a passage and by a set of passages in parallel. Inlet and exit velocity diagrams (triangles). Blade efficiency.
Session III
Extension of linear cascade theory to a set of rotating blades. Real effects – height of blade, variation of blade local velocity from hub to tip. Need for twisted blades.
Stage design concepts: Impulse principle. Reaction principle.
Matching stator and rotor blades characteristics.
Inlet and exhaust pressures of a steam turbine and related specific volume changes. Condensing and backpressure turbines. Extraction turbines.
Compounding of stages. Multistage blading in a turbine (casing and rotor). Limitations of turbine size for multistaging. Multicylinder turbines – series connection. Crosscompounding of turbines. Pictures.
Typical parameters in turbines: Inlet pressure and temperature, reheat turbines, turbines handling wet steam.
Challenges in turbine design – flow, turbulence management, stresses and vibrations, long term thermal cycling, manufacturing, operation related (erosion, deposition, corrosion).
Historical trends and ongoing R & D on turbines – higher inlet temperatures.
Relevant Course : Thermal Engineering 1
Relevant Course: Thermal Engineering 1
Relevant Department : Mechanical
Relevant Semester: ^{}
Prerequisite: Undergraduate engineering thermodynamics (required).
Course Description & Outline :
Session I
Revision of airstandard cycles. Practical realization of air standard cycles. Real effects.
Applications: I.C. engines – Transportation: Road – automobiles, motor cycles, bus, etc.), Rail: Locomotives, Water: boats and ships (tankers); Stationary applications – Generator sets (power generation); Prime movers for compressors (gas, air); pumps, machinery; Others (lawn mower, construction machinery, ). Gas turbines: Propulsion applications: Aircraft engines, ship propulsion, tank drives, rail locomotives. Stationary applications power generation, and cogeneration and trigeneration.
Engineering analysis and design: Transition from air standard cycle to real cycles. Heat input and rejection processes. Use of fuel or other energy source. Efficiency and impact of cycle parameters on efficiency.
Otto cycle: its processes and analysis. Practical realization of the cycle. Limitations and environmental impact, especially emissions and their control.
Diesel cycle: its processes and analysis. Practical realization of the cycle. Limitations and environmental impact, especially emissions and their control.
Session II
Dual fuel cycle: its processes and analysis. Practical realization of the cycle. Limitations and environmental impact.
Brayton cycle, Sterling cycle: its processes and analysis. Practical realization of the cycle. Limitations and environmental impact. Thermodynamic cycle for stationary applications – major considerations and its engineering realization (stationary gas turbines for power generation and ship/surface propulsion). Thermodynamic cycle for aircraft propulsion applications – major considerations and engineering realizations Typical configurations of aircraft engines.
Session III
Integrating gas power cycles for cogeneration of power. Combined gas and steam power plants.
Integrating gas power cycles for waste heat recovery for process purposes: Integration with vapour absorption cycle for airconditioning. Hot water/steam generation for heating applications.
Challenges in design – flow, turbulence management, combustion and pollutant formation, stresses and vibrations, long term thermal cycling, manufacturing, operation related wear and tear.
Historical trends and ongoing R & D on IC engines and aeroengines – higher inlet temperatures, materials, environmental impact (NO_{X}, CO_{2}, soot, noise).
Relevant Course : Fluid Mechanics
Relevant Course:
Relevant Department :
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite:
Course Description & Outline :
This module is designed to be a first course in fluid mechanics to engineering majors. Course follows a sequence where an application is introduced first followed by analysis of underlying principles.
Learner expectations
COURSE MODULES
1. What in the world is a fluid
2. How are dams, water storage tanks and ships designed
3. Curious case of fluid flows
4. Let us talk about measurement
Relevant Course : Engineering Materials & Metallurgy
Relevant Course: Engineering Materials and Metallurgy
Relevant Department :Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science
Relevant Semester: II
Prerequisite:
Course Description & Outline :
Preliminaries: phase diagrams, TTT and CCT diagrams, diffusion
Annealing: Stress relief, Recrystallization, Spheroidizing
Aging: precipitation hardenable systems
Normalising, Hardening and Tempering of steel: Austempering, martempering, case hardening, carburizing / decarburizing, nitriding, cyaniding, carbonotriding, flame and induction hardening, vacuum and plasma hardening
Hardenability, Jominy end quench test
Thermomechanical treatments
Elementary ideas on sintering
Textbooks:
Relevant Course : Engineering Chemistry
Relevant Course : Engineering Chemistry
Relevant Course : Engineering Drawing
Drawing basics
Dimensioning
General Arrangement and Assembly
Common Symbols for Components
Drawing use and Preparation
Practice and Case Studies
Relevant Course : Engineering Drawing
Overview
Schematic drawing/Flow Diagram/Process flow diagram
Process Instrumentation & Control (PIC) drawing
Layout Drawings
Piping Drawing
Line diagrams (Wiring Diagrams)
Relevant Course : Engineering Physics
The mathematical concepts of gradient, divergence and curl form the basics of vector calculus and have relevance to several scientific and engineering applications, as they are useful in describing physical phenomena and processes in a concise manner. They provide a convenient toolbox and formalism to understand and analyze different aspects of dynamics including fluid dynamics and transport phenomena such as particle diffusion, flow of electricity, heat and viscosity. While taught as a part of a mathematics course, students generally find it difficult to grasp the physical meaning of these topics and are often unable to connect properly with the relevance of these concepts to engineering applications. These lectures address this issue precisely, by providing mathematical definitions, physical examples and training to work out problems related to physics and engineering.
Relevant Course : Engineering Physics
Basic physics of laser action is introduced and the differences between ordinary light and laser are highlighted. The working principles of a few commonly used laser systems are explained. Important applications of lasers in Science, technology, medicine and Industry are outlined with the principle used and the scope.
Relevant Course : Organic Chemistry
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Linear Algebra provides a very useful language that has being constantly used in all parts of pure and applied mathematics and engineering. The lecture series aims at introducing the most basic notions of the subject in the setting of R^{ n} . We shall touch upon the following:
1. Lecture  I: The notion of linear independence, linear span and dimension. To prove that the dimension is meaningful notion we shall prove a basic lemma that is of immense use throughout.
2. Lecture  II: The rank of a matrix. Some basic notions on row operations and its equivalence with premultiplication by elementary matrices. We shall prove that the row and column ranks are equal.
3. Lecture III: The Kronecker Capelli theorem, Gaussian elimiation, pivots and free variables. The rankNullity theorem.
4. Tutorial: We shall discuss several examples.
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Cauchy criterion for Convergence of Infinite series , Examples of Infinite Series , Infinite Series: The basic questions , Some ‘kinds’ of Infinite Series , Another telescoping trick to find the sum of an infinite series , Sums and Differences of Series , Convergence of Series , A simple Convergence test , More sophisticated tests , More sophisticated tests
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Laplace transforms play an important role in the solution of differential equations. In this course we shall introduce the basic concepts in the theory.
1) The class of functions of exponential type.
2) Examples of Laplace transforms.
3) Properties related to differentiation and multiplication.
4) Shifting theorems
5) Laplace transforms of periodic functions and some applications.
6) solutions of IVP for ordinary differential equations
7) Integrodifferential equations
8) Partial differential equations
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Random experiment, sample space, random events, axioms of probability, properties of probability, conditional probability, Bayes’ Formula, random variables, cumulative distribution function, probability mass function, probability density function, standard distribution functions such as Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Negative Binomial, Normal, uniform, exponential, gamma and Weibull.
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Basic Laws of Probability, Review of most commonly occurring discrete and continuous distributions and their applications.
Relevant Course : Control Systems
Module 1: [2 hours]
Module 2: [2 hours]
Textbook:
1. D.E. Seborg, T.E. Edgar, D.A. Mellichamp, Process Dynamics and Control, John Wiley & sons, second edition, 2004.
Description:
Session 2 :Nodal analysis
Description :
Session 3 :Extending nodal analysis with different sources tutorial
Description :
Relevant Course : Electron Devices
First Session Two hours: Two terminal MOS devices; Concept of Accumulation, depletion and inversion; Calculation of Threshold Voltage; Dependence of Threshold Voltage on various parameters e.g. doping concentration, oxide thickness and oxide charges; Capacitancevoltage characteristics
Second Session Two hours: 3 and 4terminal MOS transistors; Modulation of Threshold Voltage due to Body effect; CurrentVoltage characteristics; DIBL and Shortchannel effects
Relevant Course : Thermodynamics
Basic Concepts  First Law  Second Law And Availability Analysis  Applications of II Law  Ideal And Real Gases, Thermodynamic Relations  Gas Mixtures And Psychrometry  Reversible and irreversible processes  Carnot principle Refrigeration Cycles and Systems Reverse Carnot cycleSteam and Gas Nozzles Nozzles and Diffusers  Boilers Steam Generators Steam Turbines Gas Turbine Reaction Turbine Condenser  Fuels and Combustion  Vapour Power cycles
1) Vapor Power Cycles
2) Boilers and Steam Generators
3) Availability (Energy) Analysis
Outline :The lectures are focused on "The Role of Pure Substances in Thermodynamics".The lecture will start with the discussion on the connection between thermodynamic system and substance. The phases of pure substance and engineering importance.
Equation of states for solid, liquid and vapour phases.
Equation of state for Ideal and Real Gases.
The relation between nature of substance and process.
Relevant Course : Programming and Data Structures
Relevant department: Especially CSE and IT, but usually all other Departments also have this course as a basic course in the first year
Course outline:
Programming Style: Names, expressions and statements, Consistency and idioms, Functions versus Macros, Magic numbers, Commenting, Control flow and program design
Program efficiency: time and space complexities
Basics of Data structures.
Linked Lists: Singlylinked, Doublylinked, and circular lists
Stacks, and Queues (If time permits)
Relevant Course : Control Systems
Module 1: [2 hours]
Module 2: [2 hours]
Textbook:
1. G.C. Goodwin, S.F. Graebe, M.E. Salgado, Control system design, Prentice Hall, 2001.
Relevant Course : Digital IC Design
Relevant Course : Analog Circuits, Electronic Circuits
This Module will introduce the principle behind small s ignal analysis of analog electronic circuits.
a. Motivation : Why small signal analysis ?
b. Small signal analysis of a 1 port nonlinear element: diode example, notion of operating point.
c. What is a small signal ?
d. Small signal representation of a 2 port nonlinear element : examples of MOS Transistors and BJTs
e. Calculating the quiescent operating point and small signal equivalent of MOS/BJT
f. Small signal analysis of simple amplifier structures.
Relevant Course : Control Systems
The focus of lecture will be in Time domain analysis of control system. It will cover time domain performance criteria and transient response, steady state response of first order and higher order system. How these quantive will vary under the influence of different controller, such as P, PI and PID controller.
Relevant Course : Embedded systems and Applications
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
Lecture 1: Architecture of a Generic Processor: RISC, CISC, DSP architectures with examples: ARM, IA32, Blackfin. The 8085 microprocessor architecture, Programmer's model, Instruction set, instruction Format, Addressing modes, Machine cycle, Timing diagrams, memory map.
Lecture 2: Assembly language programming of 8085 and ARM, Looping, block transfer, bit manipulation, time delay routines, stack and subroutine, Interfacing memory and I/O devices. I /O programming, interrupt handling.
Lecture 3: The 8086 microprocessor architecture, EU and BIU, Segmentation, DMA, multiprocessor configuration.
Advanced Concepts: Cache and virtual memory. Pipelining, superscalar processor, multicore Processors.
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and Microcontrollers
L6: Processor Board and Memory mapping
L7: Connecting Peripherals and concept of Polling and Interrupt
L8: Peripheral Controllers, Display Controller and DMA
L9: Peripherals: Communication, Disc & Mouse Controller and Timer
Relevant Course : Power Electronics  EEE
1Ph and 3Ph Voltage Source Inverters; PWM Techniques: square wave mode, selective harmonic elemination, Sine Triangle PWM, Space Vector PWM Multilevel Converters: Types, Basics of diode clamped threelevel converter. Basics of Current source Inverter.
Relevant Course : Wireless Communication
SpaceTime Codes and MIMO
Part I – Introduction
Part II  Information Theory
Part III  Coding
Massive MIMO
Part 1
Part 2
Relevant Course : Wireless Communications
Wireless broadband access is the only solution to provide highspeed internet and data connections in many regions of the world. Cellular networks developed for supporting mobile users is increasingly seen as the bedrock of broadband access, with wireless LAN networks playing a supporting role, especially indoors.
Cellular mobile networks have evolved from 2G (TDMA based GSM with 200KHz bandwidth), to 3G (spread spectrum WCDMA with 5MHz bandwidth), and currently to 4G (OFDM/OFDMA based LTE with 20MHz bandwidth). The key issue that we would like to address in our talks is: Why did the bitstowaveform mapping scheme change from TDMA to CDMA to OFDM when the bandwidth (and hence the bitrate) of the wireless signal was increased?
We motivate the reason for this evolution to OFDMA by focusing on four aspects of a modern cellular system: (a) Ability to handle timeofflight differences between different mobile uplink signals connected to the basestation, (b) Complexity of the optimal receiver in multipath channels, (c) Ability to manage cochannel interference, and (d) Flexibility of resource allocation. We will interpret the above three mapping schemes using a “channel coding based framework” to show why OFDMA has become the scheme of choice for modern wireless communications. The five lectures will be done with minimal mathematics and notation, but will instead use simple figures, relevant properties of linear systems, and common sense, to bring home the main learnings.
1. Why digital modulation? Baseband vsPassband signals, Signal representation using orthonormal basis, signal constellation, definitions for energy per symbol, energy per bit, noise power
2. Symbolbysymbol signaling using rectangular (infinite bandwidth) signals, Matched Filter (MF) receiver, definition of SNR, Nyquist pulseshaping for bandlimited signals, timing recovery and intersymbol interference (ISI), definition of excess bandwidth factor, symbol rate, bitrate, Computing probability of symbol error for bandlimited AWGN channels for important linear modulation schemes (PAM, PSK, and QAM), Orthogonal signaling and FSK
3. Communication through ISI channels optimal receiver based on sequence estimation, MAP and ML criteria , suboptimal receiver using equalization, linear MMSE criteria based equalization, linear and decisionfeedback equalization, defining equalizer using second order statistics the Wiener filter
4. Introduction to adaptive equalization, introduction to block modulation and OFDM
5. Tutorial session
Telecom Network has evolved rapidly over the last 70 years and dominated all aspects of our lives. This coursemodule is aimed at obtaining a basic understanding of the telecom network, its evolution from the early circuitswitched network to todays extensive circuitswitched and packetswitched network.Evolution of Circuit witched Telephone Network We will begin by examining the historical evolution of circuitswitched telephone network. The early network consisted of a telephone Exchange serving a locality.
Relevant Course : Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
Relevant Course : Electrical Machines
Relevant Department : Electrical Engineering
Relevant Semester: 3^{rd} sem or 4^{th} sem
Prerequisite: 1. Magnetic circuits 2. Basics of Transformers 3. Basics of 3phase circuits 4. BiotSavart's law and Lenz's law
Course Description & Outline :
Relevant Course : Digital Communication Techniques
Relevant Department : ECE, EEE
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Fourier analysis, Shannon sampling theorem
Course Description & Outline
Characteristics of Signals and Frequency domain respresentations
Relevant Course : Linear Integrated Circuits
Relevant Department: Electrical Engg. and; Electronics and Communication Engg.
Relevant Semester: Final year BTech/BE (EE/EC/IN)
Pre requisites: Opamp, Basic electronics (BJT understanding), control theory, signals and systems
Topic Description and Outline:
Lecture 1 (Opamp overview and oscillators) [2 hours]
Lecture 2 (Data converters) [2 hours]
Lecture 3 (Passive/active filter design)[2 hours]
Filter approximations: Butterwoth and Chebyshev response
Relevant Course : Control Systems
Relevant department: B.Tech (all branches) 3rd and 4th year  interested in control systems and stability analysis
Pre requisite: Network theory / Control systems intended for: B.Tech (all branches) 3rd and 4th year  interested in control systems and stability analysis
Course outline:
Preamble:
Most systems are nonlinear, and therefore, it is of general interest to investigate possible behaviors of nonlinear systems, investigate their stability, and to design control schemes. For example, there are many situations in Power systems where linear controllers are used. For these one would like to investigate behavior under “large signal conditions” when nonlinearities cannot be ignored. And there are areas like Robotics where designs based on linear models do not work well.
Intended learning outcomes:
Course Outline:
Linear and nonlinear system behaviors  Quick recapitulation of linear differential equations, and their solutions. Qualitative properties of nonlinear systems. Existence and uniqueness of solutions to Ordinary differential equations. Linearizations. Phase portraits, limit cycles.
Lyapunov’s stability theory  Notions of stability. Lyapunov’s stability theorem. Lasalle’s invariance principle. Circle criterion, Popov criterion. LyapunovKrasovskiifunctionals.
References:
Relevant Course : Digital VLSI
Relevant department: EEE,ECE
Pre requisite: Basic knowledge of semiconductor device physics
Course outline:
MOS devices Concept of Accumulation, depletion and inversion; Capacitancevoltage characteristics
MOS Transistors CurrentVoltage characteristics, Threshold Voltage and Body effect, DIBL and Shortchannel effects, Brief introduction of FinFET
Relevant Course : Design of reinforced RCC Structures
Relevant Course: Design of RC Structures
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering, Architecture
Relevant Semester: 5^{th}
Prerequisite: Analysis of Structures, Concept of limit state design of beam
Course Description & Outline :
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. Column is an important structural component and its understanding its design philosophy is important. The main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete columns. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Digital Signal Processing
Relevant Course: Digital Signal Processing
Relevant Department : EE, CSE
Relevant Semester: 6^{th}, 7^{th}, or 8^{th}^{}
Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
Course Description & Outline :
Unit 1 (6 hours)
INTRODUCTION
Unit 2 (6 hours)
Text books
Reference
Relevant Course : Chemical Engineering
Frequency response, Bode plot analysis, Nyquist plot, simulations using Scilab
Relevant Course : Analog Electronic Circuits
(2 hours)
Lecture: 2 (2 hours)
Lecture: 3 [2 hours]
Text book:
Relevant Course : Analog Electronic circuits
Lecture: 2 [2 hours]
Lecture: 3 [2 hours]
Relevant Course : Computer Organization & Architecture
Relevant Course : Computer Organization and Architecture
The changing horizon of Computer Architecture, Multicore and massively parallel co processing, Application binary interface, Modern instruction set architectures, power and thermal aware computing.
Relevant Course : Control Systems
• Introduction and Origin of Stability Analysis
• RouthHurwitz Criterion and Analysis
• Stability analysis using Rootlocus method
• Nyquist Stability Criterion and Analysis
• Stability Margins
• Relative Stability
• InputOutput stability
• Stability in the Presence of Uncertainty
Relevant Course : Digital electronics
Session 1 : Boolean Algebra, Reduction, and Combinational Circuits ( 2 hours)
Basic logic operation and logic gates. Basic postulates and fundamental theorems of Boolean algebra; Canonical (SOP and POS) forms; Minterm and Maxterm expansions;  Karnaughmaps, essential prime implicants, four and five variable maps; incompletely specified functions, NAND and NOR implementation, multiplexers, demultiplexers Adders.
Session 2: Sequential Logic ( 2 hours)
Latches and flipflops: SRlatch, Dlatch, D flipflop, JK flipflop, T flipflop; timing diagram; Registers and counters; Ripple counter, BCD counter, Shift register; Synchronous counter design using D, SR, JK flip flops.
Session 3 : State Machine Design ( 2 hours)
Moore and Mealy state machines; Derivation of state graph and tables; state table reduction using Implication table, logic realization; PLAs, Reduced PLA table; PALs and their applications.
Seperate Session : ( if need be) ASM chart, Asynchronous Sequential Machines
Relevant Course : Digital Electronics  ECE
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
Flipflops: SR, D, T, JK. Meta stability of flipflops, Registers: shift registers, Counters: synchronous and asynchronous, Binary counter, Modulo Up and down counter, Synchronous Counter design using flipflops, VHDL models for flipflops, Memory devices: ROM
FINITE STATE MACHINES
Mealy and Moore machines: sequence detector, Mealy and Moore machine comparison, Sequential network design: state table, state graph. State table reduction using row reduction, using implication tables. State assignment rules, Equivalent state machines.
ASM (ALGORITHMIC STATE MACHINE) CHARTS
State machine design using SM charts, ASM realization using traditional method, MUX based design, one hot method, ROM based method.
Design Examples: Traffic light controller, Dice game. Basics of asynchronous sequential networks
Relevant Course : Electro magnetic Waves
Relevant Course : Electromagnetics
Relevant Course : Introduction to Signals and Systems
Relevant Course : Introduction to Signals and Systems
Relevant Course : Signal and Systems
Relevant Course : Signals and Systems
Linear timeinvariant systems and their processing by convolution.
Relevant Course : Signals and Systems
Classification of signals and classification of systems, their properties
A critical problem at higher frequencies is the tendency of currents to be confined to the surface of conductors. We will look at single wires and coaxial cables to understand this effect
At the end of the six hour session on Solid State Devices, you should be able to
Relevant Course : Electrical Machines  EEE
The student will be equipped with the understanding and basic working of a singlephase transformer which is one of the most important components of a power system.
The intellectual knowledge gained through this module is to analyze mathematically a transformer by drawing its equivalent circuit. Determining its equivalent circuit parameters can be achieved by conducting tests on a transformer. Its performance parameters like voltage regulation and efficiency can be estimated using its equivalent circuit.
The learning outcomes are: understanding the fundamental concepts, construction and working principle of a transformer, getting its equivalent circuit model from first principles and obtaining the parameters of the equivalent circuit by conducting open circuit and shortcircuit tests, Core losses and copper losses, estimating the performance parameters like voltage regulation and efficiency under different operating conditions, maximum efficiency and condition for obtaining maximum efficiency, Power and distribution transformers and All day efficiency of a distribution transformer; special transformers
Transformer  Session  Wise Division of Topics
Transformers Session 1 (Jan 18^{th} 2 PM to 4 PM): Basic configuration, construction  types, principle of operation, AmpTurn balance, Ideal transformer,
Accounting for core losses  Eddy current and hysteresis losses, revisiting construction  reduction of eddy current losses with laminations; magnetizing current and magnetizing reactance; some worked examples
Session 2 (Jan 19^{th} 2 PM to 4 PM): Copper losses, leakage reactances  reducing leakage in a transformer; Equivalent circuit of a transformer, transferring values from primary to secondary side and viceversa. Efficiency and voltage regulation in a transformer; OC and SC tests; some worked examples
Session 3 (Jan 20^{th} 10 am to 11 am): Phasor diagrams of transformers; Autotransformer and its applications; audio frequency transformers, current transformers and voltage transformers. Power and Distribution transformers; allday efficiency.
Tutorial session (Jan 20^{th} 11 am to 12 noon): solving more problems in all the topics covered in the previous sessions.
Content Organization
To be novelistic and made interesting for students with relation to reallife examples
To kindly the intellectual curiosity of students
Application of concepts in real life scenarios/research to be highlighted
Highlight critical issues/ideas relating to research/current industry requirements
A short interaction break at the end of every 45 mins of lecture will help students to be more attentive and reflect on what has been taught
Presentations to be clear and pointwise. Font size big enough for a large class to view
Every session to begin with a short recap on the previous session.
6^{th} hour of lecture would be assignment discussion
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Relevant Course : DSP
LAB PROCEDURE FOR COLLEGE
Pre Lab:
(Before the course starts – Should be done once)
(Before every lab session)
During Lab:
Post Lab:
Prerequisites for Remote TrainingFaculty:
Remote Training sessionFaculty:
Relevant Course : Electromagnetic theory
Relevant Department: Electrical
Pre Requisite Understanding of Line integral, surface integral, volume integral, gradient, divergence, curl, electric field and magnetic field.
Outline:
Electromagnetics
Review of Faraday’s Law, Equation of continuity, Lenz Law, Ampere’s Law, Gauss Law (in both electric and magnetic field), Stokes theorem, Divergence Theorem. (1 Hour)
Review of Ampere’s Law with Displacement current.(1 Hour)
Boundary conditions for Electric Field, Magnetic Field – dielectric boundaries, conductor boundaries.(1 Hour)
Application cases for boundary conditions. (1 Hour)
Derivation of electromagnetic wave equations. (1 Hour)
Discussion of Tutorial Problems on the above topics. (1 Hour)
Relevant Course : Microprocessor and microcontroller 8086
Relevant Course: Microprocessor and microcontroller 8086
Relevant Department : EEE, ECE, Computer Science, Information Technology, Instrumentation.
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 
Course Description & Outline :
Session1:
8086 Architecture – Internal block diagram, Register organization, stack structure. 8086 pin diagram and pin descriptions. Addressing modes, Instruction Formats. Timing diagrams Minimum mode and Maximum mode.
Session2
Instruction set: Data transfer instructions, Arithmetic instructions, Logical instructions, String instructions, Branch instructions and processor control instructions. Assembler directives. I/O programming and multi programming.
Session3
Assembly language programming, Procedures, Macros, Interrupts and interrupt service routines, BIOS function calls
Relevant Course : Power Electronics
Relevant Course: Power Electronics
Relevant Department : Electrical Dept
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Nil (Lecture from Basics)
Course Description & Outline :
Relevant Course : Wireless Communication
Relevant Course: Wireless Communication
Relevant Department :
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: Basics of Digital Communication, PSK and QAM constellations, Probability of Error analysis in AWGN
Course Description & Outline :
1. Basics of Fading Channels
2. Basics of OFDM
3. Diversity Techniques for Fading Channels
Textbooks
Relevant Course : AI Applications to power systems
Relevant Course: AI Applications to power systems
Relevant Department : Electrical
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 
Course Description & Outline :
1. Basics of Fuzzy Theory:
2. Fuzzy Relations:
3. Fuzzy Regression Models:
4. Fuzzy Decision Making:
5. Fuzzy Mathematical Programming
6. Fuzzy Optimization
7. Applications of Fuzzy Systems
References:
Relevant Course : Control Systems
Module 1: [2 hours]
Module 2: [2 hours]
Textbook:
1. D.E. Seborg, T.E. Edgar, D.A. Mellichamp, Process Dynamics and Control, John Wiley & sons, second edition, 2004.
Description:
Session 2 :Nodal analysis
Description :
Session 3 :Extending nodal analysis with different sources tutorial
Description :
Relevant Course : Electron Devices
First Session Two hours: Two terminal MOS devices; Concept of Accumulation, depletion and inversion; Calculation of Threshold Voltage; Dependence of Threshold Voltage on various parameters e.g. doping concentration, oxide thickness and oxide charges; Capacitancevoltage characteristics
Second Session Two hours: 3 and 4terminal MOS transistors; Modulation of Threshold Voltage due to Body effect; CurrentVoltage characteristics; DIBL and Shortchannel effects
Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
The module will cover the following aspects: (i) Selection of raw materials for cement manufacture, (ii) Processing of the raw materials, (iii) Reactions in cement production process, (iv) Composition and appearance of cement clinker, (v) Types of cements, (vi) Reactions of cement hydration, and (vii) Development of hydrated cement paste structure. The emphasis will be on how the basic cement characteristics are related to concrete properties.
Relevant Course : Design of Concrete structures
PartA (Basic of design of reinforced concrete structures)
PartA will be covered within the introduction of concrete structures
Objective and fundamental concepts of design of RC members
Limit state of collapse in flexure : Analysis and design of singly reinforced section
Limit state of collapse in shear
Development length
Deflection and cracking
Analysis and design of one way and two way slabs
Design of columns
Design of footings
PartB (Applications )
Design of staircases
Design of continuous beams and curved beams
Multistorey frames
Ductile detailing for earthquake resistant structures
Design for flexure (Working Stress Method)
Earth retaining structures : design of retaining walls
Design of domes
Liquid retaining structures : Introduction to water retaining structures
Miscellaneous Topics : Principles of Prestressing
Topic 
Number of lectures proposed 
Remarks 
Buildings – different forms of buildings,residential, administrative, academic and industrial buildings,different loadings and load combination 
2 

Structural modelling and analysis methodology Codal provisions, Earthquake resistant design

2 

Example problems and tutorial

2


Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
a) Finite Slope Analysis (Total and Effective Stress Analysis)
b) Infinite Slope Analysis
Relevant Course : Geotechnical engineering
Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
Relevant Course : Geotechnical Engineering
To obtain information on the subsurface soil and rock to design earthworks and foundations for a proposed structure/ excavation. Module will mostly cover various topics on site investigation methodologies, drilling and subsurface exploration techniques, sampling methods and various insitufield testing.
Relevant Course : Transportation Engineering
Relevant Department: Civil Engineering
Relevant Semester: 
Prerequisite: Nil
Course Description & Outline :
(1) Introduction and elements of permanent way  Rails, sleepers, ballast,
rail fixtures and fastenings.
(2) Geometric design and alignment of railway tracks.
(3) Railway facilities (Stations, yards etc).
(4) Brief details about signaling and control system
Relevant Course: 
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering
Relevant Semester: 7^{th} to 8^{th} Semester for BE/BTechs, Any semester for ME/M.Techs
Prerequisite: Basic Structural Analysis
Course Description & Outline :
Due to rapid development of the Indian economy there is a great need for spaces which can span a long lengths, both for production and display of the various products. There is also a rapid increase in events where people gather for a fair, where economic activity takes place. Structures which are needed to be built for such long spans cannot be built with the traditional concrete or masonry. To have long span structures we use what is called a ‘space structures’ which are nothing but steel skeletal structures spanning in all the three directions. The members are made of steel tubes but they are interconnected through members call nodes. With this arrangement we have several forms like the geodesic Dome Schwedler dome etc. In the present lectures you will learn about the type of different space structures, their configuration and the procedure to build these space structures. You will be introduced to the analysis and design of the space structures and also you will be introduced to the future developments that can take place in our country. Practical examples of space structures which have been built in the recent past will be explained using simplified teaching models.
Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
Module 1: Corrosion of steel in concrete structures (Basics of corrosion, chlorideinduced corrosion, carbonationinduced corrosion, measurement techniques, prevention of corrosion)
Module 2: Deterioration concrete materials and systems (Permeability, sulphate attach, alkslisilica reaction, chemical/acid attack,
Module 3: Testing of durability of concrete (Compressive strength test, Oxygen permeability test, Water sorptivity test, Water permeability test, Chloride diffusion test, RCPT, Carbonation test, etc.)
Relevant Course : Concrete Technology
The details for the modules are:
1. Tests on fresh concrete
2. Tests for mechanical properties
3. Durability test methods
Relevant Course : Design of concrete structures
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. As many structural components (slab, staircase, retaining wall, footing, pile cap etc.) may be idealized as beam, the main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete beams. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Design of Concrete structures
i) Classification of Foundations
(ii) Bearing Capacity
(iii) Settlement
(iv) Specifications in design codes
(v) Design of isolated shallow footing in clay and sand
(vi) Design of combined shallow footing
(vii) Types of raft/mat foundation
(viii) Design of raft/mat foundation
Relevant Course : Design of steel structures
The Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel in India IS 800:2007 has been revised into Limit State Method. A thorough understanding of the new provisions and their background is required to use the Standard efficiently and effectively. Design of members in tension, compression and flexure will be covered in this module on Basic Design of Steel Structures.
1. Limit State Method
2. Design of tension members
3. Design of compression members
4. Local Buckling and section classification
5. Design of beams
6. Tutorial
Relevant Course : Design of Steel structures
The Code of Practice for General Construction in Steel in India IS 800:2007 has been revised into Limit State Method. A thorough understanding of the new provisions and their background is required to use the Standard efficiently and effectively. Design of members in tension, compression, flexure and connections will be covered in this module on Basic Design of Steel Structures.
Relevant Course : Project Management
This module will discuss the basic processes and techniques required to plan a construction project. Students will learn how to organize activities to develop Work Breakdown Structures, and to then create project networks. Basic network analysis methods such as the Critical Path technique as well as analysis of project floats will also be taught. The module will conclude with some practical insights on how to use these analytical techniques to improve project planning and performance.
Relevant Course : Project Management
Lectures will cover basic concepts required to develop a resource loaded plan based on the Critical Path Methodology.
Relevant Course : Soil mechanics
(i) Introduction and basic concepts of Lateral Earth Pressures
(ii) Retaining Structure and its uses
(iii) Different Theories on Earth Pressures
(a) Coulomb’s Earth Pressure Theory
(b) Rankine’s Earth Pressure Theory
(iv) Culmann’s Graphical Solution Method
(v) Stability of Rigid Retaining Walls
(vi) Stability of Flexible Retaining Walls
(vii) Bracing Systems, Stability Considerations for Braced Cuts
(viii) Solved Problems
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
1. Review of basic concepts (kinematic indeterminacy , flexural stiffness, fixed end moments);derivations of slope deflection equations
2. Demonstration of the method as applied to beams and frames, with and without known support settlements/rotations
3. Simplified analysis (with reduced kinematic indeterminacy ) for various problems: hinged end support guided fixed end support, symmetric structures)
4. Application to problems with unknown sway degrees of freedom
The topic is introduced by first giving an overview of 'displacement methods' of structural analysis (as different from 'force methods'), followed by discussing the basic concepts of kinematic indeterminacy, stiffness, fixed end moments and moment equilibrium at joints, with examples related to beams and plane frames.
The basic slopedeflection equations are then derived, and the slopedeflection method is applied to simple beam and frame problems (with one or multiple unknown joint rotations), with and without support settlements / rotations. Next, it is shown how the analysis can be simplified, taking advantage of reduced kinematic indeterminacy, when the extreme ends of the members have hinged or guided fixed supports.
Finally, problems with unknown sway degrees of freedom are taken up and their solutions demonstrated, invoking the concept of force equilibrium. In the concluding session, it will be also shown how this method led to the moment distribution method (for convenient manual analysis) and stiffness method of analysis (for computeraided analysis) of structures.
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant Course : Transporation Engg  CIVIL
Highway development in India: Road development in 20th Century, Road development in 21st Century, CRRI, NHAI, IRC.
Functional classification of roads as per IRC: Methods of classification, rural road Classification, Urban road classification.
Highway Project: Highway planning, Feasibility study, Design requirements, Influencing factors, Special considerations, Engineering surveys, Drawings and Report,
Types of highway project
Design of Sight Distances:
Stopping sight distance (SSD): Influencing factors, Braking distance on level surface, Braking distance on slopes
Overtaking sight distance (OSD): Influencing factors, Overtaking process, Assumptions made in the analysis, Effects of gradient on OSD, Overtaking zones.
Design of Horizontal Alignment & Vertical Alignment: Design controls and criteria, Cross Sectional elements, Horizontal radius, Lateral friction, Superlevation, Extra widening, Horizontal transition curve, Setback distance, longitudinal gradient, Summit curve, Valley curve, Combination of horizontal and vertical alignment features.
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant course: Matrix Stiffness Method
Relevant department: Civil Engineering
Pre requisite: Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Structural Analysis (general course bending moment and shear forces, deflections of statically determinate and indeterminate structures, strain energy etc.)
Course outline:
Day 1:
(1) Definition and explanation of static and kinematic indeterminacy, force (flexibility) and displacement (stiffness) methods
(2) Analysis of plane Trusses using stiffness approach displacement and force transformation matrices element and global stiffness matrices member forces stiffness matrix for space truss thermal and fabrication error
Day 2:
(3) Analysis of Continuous Beams element and global stiffness matrices intermediate loading sinking of supports
(4) Analysis of pinjointed plane frames and rigid space frames – preliminary discussions.
Day 3:
(5) Preliminaries to more complicated issues oblique supports virtual work principles relations to finite element analysis nonlinear analysis of framed structures (only nominal discussion and introduction for future self study)
Relevant Course : Design of Steel Structures
Relevant department: Civil Engineering
Pre requisite: Strength of Materials
Course outline:
Beams are an important class of members in Structural Steel Design. Beams can fail in a variety of ways and it is important to understand the behavior and failure of beams to be able to design them safely. In this module, the design of beams with rolled and builtup sections will be covered adhering to the provisions of the code IS800:2007.
Relevant Course : Water Supply Engineering
Relevant department: Civil
Course outline:
Water quality parameters, water quality standards, water quality indices, quality requirement for various beneficial uses.Water safety plan, Need and extent of treatment required, objectives of public water supply system.  1 h
Unit operations and processes – Principles, functions and design of coagulation and flocculation systems,sedimentation and sand filters 2h
Disinfection, disinfection byproducts, Iron and Manganese removal, DE fluoridation  Residue Management. 1h
Introduction to advanced water treatment technologies such as adsorption, ion exchange and membrane process, corrosive and scale forming water, water stabilization.1h
Point of use water treatment systems, Tertiary treatment systems for wastewater reuse  1 h
Relevant Course : Design of reinforced RCC Structures
Relevant Course: Design of RC Structures
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering, Architecture
Relevant Semester: 5^{th}
Prerequisite: Analysis of Structures
Course Description & Outline :
The purpose of this course is to establish a basic understanding of design of reinforced concrete structures through Limit State Method. As many structural components (slab, staircase, retaining wall, footing, pile cap etc.) may be idealized as beam, the main emphasis in this course will be given on analysis and design of reinforced concrete beams. The following topics will be covered.
Lecture 1:
Lecture 2:
Lecture 3:
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
Relevant Course: Basic Structural Analysis.
Relevant Department : Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering
Relevant Semester: 5^{th} to 6^{th} Semester for BE/BTechs, Any semester for ME/M.Techs
Prerequisite: Basic Structural Analysis.
Course Description & Outline :
Arches are aesthetically pleasing structural forms which have fascinated man from early ages. Many contemporary monuments have integrated these arch forms into their fold. Arches are structurally efficient for bridges and other structures. Understanding the performance of arch forms, funicular lines and other issues regarding arches is really a fun to learn. On the other hand suspension bridges are simply an inversion of the arches. With high tensile strength suspension bridges can be used to span long spans. The present lectures will have practical examples which are explained through fundamental principles. After attending these lectures one will become confident is making real world design of arches and suspension bridges.
Relevant Course : Analysis of Structures
This topic would cover the following:
Relevant Course : Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery  CIVIL
Characteristics of OCF and Channel properties, uniform flow and most economical open channel cross section, Uniform Flow vs. Gradually varied flow, OCF surface profiles, Specific energy and alternate depths ,Hydraulic jump in OCF, Module level problems
Relevant Course : Mechanics of Soils
Lecture 1: Deflection equations of the deflection curve, Deflections by integration of the bending moment equation Problem solution
Lecture 2: Moment area method; Problem solution
Lecture 3: Problem solution; Tutorial
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis
This topic would cover the various methods used to calculate the elastic deformations (slope and deflection) of structures as listed below:
1) Double Integration Method
2) Moment Area Method
3) Conjugate Beam Method
4) Virtual Work Method
5) Castigliano's Theorem
Relevant Course : Structural Analysis  CIVIL
Concept, Importance and Methodology of Construction of Influence Line, Simple Examples involving Statically Determinate Beams and Trusses for Reaction, Bending Moment, Shear, MullerBreslau Principle application to statically determinate and indeterminate structures, System of Wheel Loads, Maximum Bending and Shear, System of Wheel loads continued for complicated problems, MullerBreslau Principle for Statically Indeterminate Structures, Closure with discussion of applications to complicated problems
Relevant Course : Structural Mechanics
Relevant Course : Engineering Mathematics
Relevant Course : Engineering Surveying
Relevant Department : B.E./B.Tech Civil Engineering; Agriculture Engineering; Mining Engineering
Relevant Semester:
Prerequisite: 1^{st} Year Engineering courses, basics of Surveying
Course Description & Outline :
My 5 hrs lecture will be cover the following aspects
1. Overview of Plane Table Surveying
2. Basics of Total Station and its various applications
3. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) basics and applications in Civil Engineering
Relevant Course : Convection Heat Transfer  MECH
1 Introduction to convection heat transfer.
2 Conservation equations.
3 Boundary layers – Fluid flow and heat transfer at a surface.
4 Forced convection at a flat plate.
5 Forced convection over a cylinder / sphere.
6 Forced convection in a tube/duct
Relevant Course : Convection Heat Transfer  MECH
7 Conservation equations – Natural convection.
8 Free convection on a flat plate, cylinder, in an enclosure.
9 Boiling  Pool.
10 Boiling inside tubes.
11 Condensation  External.
12 Condensation inside tubes.
13 Numerical modelling and simulation.
Relevant Course : Design of Machine Elements.