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Gujarat Technological University Syllabus
Sir I am taking admission in Hotel Management & Catering Technology (Year-I) at the Gujarat Technological University but I have no idea about its syllabus so please can you give me the syllabus of university and provide me the link that can give me the syllabus? As you want to get B.Tech Aeronautical 3rd semester Syllabus of Gujarat Technological University so here I am giving you same: 1. Fluids and Their Properties: Fluids, Shear stress in a moving fluid, Difference between solid and fluid, Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluid, Liquids and Gases, Molecular structure of material, the continuum concept of a fluid, density, viscosity, causes of viscosity in gases, causes of viscosity in a liquid, Surface tension, capillary, vapor pressure, cavitation, compressibility and the bulk modulus, Equation of states of a gas constant, Specific heats of a gas, Expansion of a gas. 2. Pressures and Head: Static’s of a fluid system, pressure, Pascal’s law of pressure at a point, variation of pressure vertically in a fluid under gravity, equality of pressure at the same level in a static fluid, general equation for the variation of pressure due to gravity from a point to point in a static fluid, pressure and head, the hydrostatic paradox, pressure measurements by manometers, forced vortex 3. Static Forces on Surface and Buoyancy: Action of fluid pressure on surface, resultant force and center of pressure on a plane surface under uniform pressure, resultant force and center of pressure on a plane surface immersed in a liquid, pressure diagrams, forces on a curved surface due to hydrostatic pressure, buoyancy, equilibrium of floating bodies, stability of a submerged body, stability of floating bodies, determination of the metacentric height, determination of the position of the metacentre relative to the center of buoyancy, periodic time of oscillation. 4. Motion of Fluid Particles and Streams: Fluid flow, different types of flow, frames of reference, real and ideal fluids, analyzing fluid flow, motion of a fluid particle, acceleration of a fluid particle, discharge and mean velocity, continuity of flow, continuity equations for 2-D and 3-D flow in Cartesian coordinates of system. 5. The Energy Equation and its Application: Momentum and fluid flow, Momentum equation for 2-D and 3-D flow along a stream line, momentum correction factor, Euler’s equation of motion along a stream line, Mechanical energy of a flowing fluid – Bernoulli’s theorem, kinetic energy correction factor, pitot tube, determination of volumetric flow rate via pitot tube, changes of pressure in tapering pipe, principle of venturi meter, pipe orifices, Limitation on the velocity of flow in a pipeline, theory of small orifices discharging to atmosphere, theory of large orifices, Elementary theory of notches and weirs, flow in a curved path, pressure gradient and change of total energy across the streamlines. 6. Two-Dimensional Ideal Fluid Flow: Rotational and ir-rotational flow, circulation and vorticity, streamlines and the stream functions, velocity potential and potential flow, relation between stream function and velocity potential; flow nets, stream function and velocity potential for uniform flow, vortex flow. 7. Dimensional Analysis And Similarities: Dimensional analysis, dimensions and units, dimension reasoning, dimensional quantities, Fundamental and derived units and dimensions, dimensions of derivative and integrals, use of dimensional reasoning to check calculations, units of derived quantities, conversion from one system of unit to another, conversion of dimensional constants, dimensional homogeneity, dimensional analysis using the indicial method- Rayleigh’s method, dimensional analysis using group method-Buckingham Π theorem, significance of dimensionless group, use of dimensionless groups in experimental investigation, geometric similarity, dynamic similarity, Kinematic similarity, Model testing-Model laws, Undistorted and Distorted models. 8. Viscous Flow: Reynolds number and Reynolds experiment, flow of viscous fluid through circular pipe-HAGEN-POISEVILLE LAW, Flow of viscous fluid between two parallel fixed plates, power absorbed in viscous flow through - journal ,Foot step and Collar bearing , Movement of piston in dash pot, Methods of Measurement of viscosity. 9. Compressible Fluid Flow : Basic Thermodynamic relations, Basic thermodynamic processes, Basic equations for one dimensional compression, stagnation properties, pressure wave propagation and sound velocity, Flow through nozzles. 10. Turbulent Flow: Characteristics of diff. types of flow, expression for coefficient of friction - Darchy Weichback Equation, moody diagram resistance of smooth and rough pipes shear stress and velocity distribution in turbulent flow through pipes. Reference Books: 1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering by D.S. Kumar, S.K.Kataria & Sons 2. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines by R.K. Bansal, Laxmi Prakashan 3. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines by R.K. Rajput , S.Chand & Co. 4. Theory and Applications of Fluid Mechanics by K.Subramanya, TMH outline series, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 5. Fluid Mechanics by Frank .M. White, McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 6. Mechanics of Fluids by Shames, McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 1. Water Technology: Introduction, sources of water Impurities in water, hard and soft water, Degree of Hardness, Types of hardness, Scale and sludge formation in boiler Boiler corrosion. Caustic embrittlements, Priming and Foaming, Softening of water. Potable water, Break point of chlorination, Desalination of Brackish water etc. 2. Metals and Alloys: Introduction, Physical properties of metals, cast iron, wrought iron, steel, Heat treatment of steel. Definition of alloy, purpose of making alloys. Classification of alloys. Alloys of steel and its applications. Non-Ferrous alloys and its industrial applications. 3. Corrosion and Its Inhibition: Introduction, Theories of corrosion, Types of corrosion, Protection of metals from corrosion – organic and inorganic materials, Inhibitors, Cathodic protection. 4. Fuels and Combustion: Definition, types of fuel – solids, liquids, gaseous and Nucleon fuels. Calorific Value, Characteristics of good fuel. Solid fuels – coal, coke. Analysis of coal – ultimate and proximate Liquid fuel – Petroleum. Refining of Petroleum by Fractional distillation. Gaseous fuel – coal gas, biogas produces gas and water gas. L.P.G. & CNG. 5. Lubricants : Definition: Types of lubrication, classification of lubricants and their properties. Functions of lubricants. 6. Polymers and Plastics: Introduction, Definition of Polymer. Types of Polymers, Types of Polymerization reactions and their mechanism. Plastics, Classification of plastics – Thermo plastics and Thermo setting plastics. Molding constituents of plastics Engineering properties and uses of plastics. Definition of Rubber, Types of Rubber, Vulcanization of rubber. Application of Rubber. 7. Natural and Synthetic Fibers : Introduction Definition of Fiber, Types of fibers – Natural, semi synthetic, synthetic fibers. Physical properties of fibers. Essential requirement for fiber for formation. Preparation, properties and uses of Cellulose acetic, Viscose Rayon, Nylon, Polyesters acrylic, Glass fibers etc. Differentiate between wool and silk fibers. Spinning processes – Melt and Wet spinning. 8. Protective Coatings: Introduction, Types of protective coatings – metallic, chemical, organic, electroplating. Paints and varnishes – Ingredients, properties and uses, Enamels, Lacquers etc. 9. Renewable and Non-renewable energy of sources: Resources of energy, Appraisal resources problems, classification of Natural and renewable resources. Destruction and Conservation. 10. Refractory, Abrasives and Insulators: Definitions of refractories, Abrasives and insulators. Properties of refractories. Classification of refractories. Classification, properties and uses of abrasives. Classification, properties and uses of Insulators. 11. Analytical Techniques: Introduction Types of analysis – Physical, Chemical and instrumentation. Physical analysis – Specific gravity, Melting point, Boiling point, Crystallization. Purification of compounds etc. Chemical analysis – Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds. Instrumental analysis – Spectroscopic, Chromatographic PH measurement, Conductivity, Turbidity etc. Reference Books: 1. Engineering Chemistry by Jain and Jain Publisher Dhanpat Rai Publishing Co. 2. Engineering Chemistry by Dr. O.P. Agrawal Khanna Publishers Delhi 3. Engineering Chemistry by N. Krishnamurthy, P. Vallinaygam and D. Madhavan Publisher – Prentice – Hall of India Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi 4. Engineering Chemistry by R. Gopalan, D. Venkappaya and Sulochana Nagarjan 5. Engineering Chemistry by C. Parameswara Murthy, C.V. Agrawal and Andra Naidu, B.S. Publication, Hyderabad – A.P. 6. Environmental Science by Y. Anjaneyulu B.S. Publishers, Hyderabad – A.P. 7. Environmental Studies and Disaster Management by S.G. Shah, S.G. Shah and Gopal N.Shah 8. Engineering Chemistry by B. Sivsankar The M.C. Grawhill Companies, New Delhi For full syllabus here is the attachment: Last edited by Aakashd; February 20th, 2020 at 03:33 PM. |