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Here I am searching for Sastra University M.Tech. Automobile Engineering (5 Years Integrated Programme) first year syllabus, so will you please provide here???

You are looking for Sastra University M.Tech. Automobile Engineering (5 Years Integrated Programme) first year syllabus, here I am giving:

M.Tech. Automobile Engineering (5 Years Integrated Programme)

1st SEM

Strategies in Communication
Mathematics I
Computer Programming - I "C"
Engineering Physics
Environmental Studies
Basic Civil Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Computer Programming Lab - I "C"
Workshop
Engineering Physics Lab
Indian Culture & Ethics

2nd SEM
Technical Communication
Mathematics II
Computer Programming - II "C++"
Engineering Chemistry
Engineering Drawing
Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Basic Mechanical Engineering
Computer Programming Lab - II "C++"
Computer Aided Drawing Lab.

SU M.Tech integrated syllabus

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November 1st, 2015, 01:54 PM
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Re: First year syllabus for Sastra University

Hello, I am a first year student of Sastra University in mechanical engineering and I want the syllabus of physics of my university.
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November 1st, 2015, 01:56 PM
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Re: First year syllabus for Sastra University

Hello, I am providing you the course of Sastra University of Physics for all branches of engineering here:

ENGINEERING PHYSICS
(COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)

UNIT I: QUANTUM PHYSICS 15 PERIODS
Break Down of Classical Physics – Planck’s Quantum Theory – Dual Nature of Radiation – Matter Wave : De Broglie Hypothesis – Wave Packet – De Broglie Wavelength- Thomson’s Experiment – Uncertainty Principle – The Wave Function – Time Dependent and Independent Schrödinger Equations – Probability Interpretation of the Wave Function - Particle in One Dimensional Infinite Square Well – Quantum Mechanical Tunneling- Time Dependent Perturbation Theory.
UNIT II: SEMICONDUCTING AND NANO MATERIALS 15 PERIODS
Electrical and Thermal Conductivity of Metals - Types of Semiconductor - Charge Carrier Density in Intrinsic Semiconductors – Doping of Semiconductors – Carrier Densities in Doped Semiconductors – Fermi Dirac Formalism – Conductivity of Semiconductors – Hall effect – Experimental Determination of Carrier Concentration and Mobility
Nanomaterials – Synthesis, Properties, Energy Level 0D, 1D & 2D Materials – Smart Materials, Exhibiting Ferroelectric, Piezoelectric, Opto electric Behavior – Shape Memory Alloys – Types, Structure, Temperature Induced Transformation, Stress Induced Transformation, Functional Properties, Advantages, Disadvantages and Applications
UNIT III: INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROSCOPY 15 PERIODS
Introduction to Absorption & Emission Spectroscopy: Nature of Electromagnetic Radiation – Electromagnetic Spectrum – Atomic Energy Levels – Molecular Electronic Energy Levels – Vibrational Energy Levels – Raman Effect – Nuclear Spin Behaviour – Electron Spin Behaviour – X-Ray Energy Levels - Franck-Condon principle
UV & VIS Spectrophotometry, Instrumentation: Radiation Sources – Detectors – Mono chromators – Double-Beam Instruments.
Infrared Spectrophotometry: Correlation of IR Spectra with Molecular Structure – Detectors – Sample Handling. Raman Spectroscopy– Theory – Sources & Detectors

UNIT IV: LASER AND MICROSCOPES 15 PERIODS
Basic Principles of Laser action – Conditions for Laser action – Nd – YAG , CO2, Semiconductor laser – Applications of Lasers in Medicine, Engineering , Communication and Computer peripherals – 3D profiling – Holography 3D Images – Recording and Reconstruction of Images(Quantitative treatment only).
Optical Microscope – Metallurgical Microscope – Electron Microscope – Scanning Electron Microscope – Transmission Electron Microscope – Atomic Force Microscope – Scanning Tunneling Microscope
Text Books
1. A.Marikani – Engineering Physics, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd., 2009.
2. G.Vijaykumari-Engineering physics, Vikas Publishing Pvt.Ltd.2nd Edition 2007.
Reference books
1. S.I. Gupta, V. Kumar, R.C. Sharma, Elements of Spectroscopy, Pragati Prakashan 2007.
2. M. Arumugam – Engineering Physics, Anuradha Agencies 3rd Edition 2008.
3. R.K.Gaur & S.L. Gupta – Engineering Physics, Dhanpat Rai & Sons 8th Edition 2001.
4. B.B.Laud-Lasers and Non–Linear Optics 2nd Edition Wiley Eastern Limited G. Aruldhass- Engineering Physics, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd. 2010.

First year syllabus for all engineering branches:
UNIT I: Trigonometry 15 PERIODS
Expansions of sin nθ and cos nθ in powers of sin θ and cosθ – Expansions of sin nθ and cosnθ in terms of sines and cosines of multiples of θ – Hyperbolic and Inverse hyperbolic functions –Logarithm of complex numbers – separation of complex functions into real and imaginary parts – simple problems.
UNIT – II : Theory of equations & Algebra 15 PERIODS
Theory of Equations : Introduction – surds and irrational roots – simple problems – equations whose roots are in A.P,G.P and in H.P – Relations between the roots and coefficients – Symmetric functions – Formation of equations – Decreasing and Increasing the roots – Transformation of equations – Reciprocal equations – Descarte’s rule of Signs.
Algebra: Binomial, Exponential and Logarithmic Series(without proof) – Problems on summation, coefficient and approximations.
UNIT – III : Differential Calculus &Functions of several variables 15 PERIODS
Differential Calculus: The nth derivative of a function – Leibnitz theorem – Simple problems. Curvature of a curve – Radius of Curvature (Cartesian, Polar, Paramatric and Implicit form) – Evolutes – Involutes – Envelopes(one parameter and two parameter) – Evolute as the envelope of normals.
Functions of several variables:Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables(proofs of theorems are not included) – Constrained Maxima and Minima – Lagrange’s method of multipliers.
UNIT – IV: Improper and Multiple Integrals 15 PERIODS
Improper Integrals : Concept of improper integrals with examples – Definition of Beta and Gamma integrals – Relation between them – Properties of Beta and Gamma integrals with proofs – Evaluation of definite integrals in terms of Beta and Gamma integrals – Simple applications(evaluation of double and triple integrals).
Multiple Integrals: Double Integrals – Evaluations – Change of order of integration – Triple integrals(problems involving Jacobians are not included) – Simple applications .
Text Book:
1. Engineering Mathematics I, SASTRA University Publications, (Revised
Edition 2007)

Reference Books:
1. Engineering Mathematics for first year,T.VEERARAJAN,5TH Edition, Tata

McGraw Hill, 2006
2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig, 8th Edition, John Wiley

and Sons(ASIA) Pvt limited 2003
BCCCCS103/MCCCCS103
Programming in C
L T P C
3 1 0 4
Objective:
• To understand the designs of programming
• To develop the problem solving skills
• To be able to develop a C Program for a given problem

Unit I 15 Periods
Introduction to Computer Problem Solving: Introduction-Problem solving aspect, top down design, implementation of algorithms, program verification, efficiency and analysis of algorithms. Designing Programs (Illustrations must be in C language): Understanding the program’s purpose, examples, body, and testing and domain knowledge. Variables, Data Types, and Arithmetic Expressions: Working with Variables, Understanding Data Types and Constants, Working with Arithmetic Expressions. Program Looping: for Statement, while Statement, do Statement. Making Decisions: if Statement, switch Statement, Boolean Variables, Conditional Operator. Applications: counting, summing a set of numbers, finding factorial, sine function computation, reversing the digits of an integer, base conversion, character to number conversion.
Unit II 15 Periods
Working with Arrays: Defining an Array, Initializing Arrays, Character Arrays, Multidimensional Arrays, Variable-Length Arrays. Working with Functions: Defining a Function, Arguments and Local Variables, Returning Function Results, Functions Calling Functions, Functions and Arrays, Global Variables, Automatic and Static Variables, Recursive Functions. Applications of Arrays and Functions: removal of duplicates from an ordered array, partitioning an array, sorting by diminishing increment, binary search, keyword searching in a text, stack operation, computing the prime factors of an integer.
Unit III 15 Periods
Working with Structures: A Structure for Storing the Date, Functions and Structures, Initializing Structures, Arrays of Structures, Structures Containing Structures, Structures Containing Arrays, Structure Variants. Character Strings: Arrays of Characters, Variable-Length Character Strings, Escape Characters, More on
Constant Strings, Character Strings, Structures, and Arrays, Character Operations. Pointers: Defining a Pointer Variable, Using Pointers in Expressions, Working with Pointers and Structures, The Keyword const and Pointers, Pointers and Functions, Pointers and Arrays, Operations on Pointers. Operations on Bits: Bit Operators, Bit Fields. The Preprocessor: The #define Statement, The #include Statement, Conditional Compilation. More on Data Types: Enumerated Data Types, The typedef Statement, Data Type Conversions. Applications of structures, character strings and pointers: Left and right justification of text, text line editing, linked list search, linked list insertion and deletion.
Unit IV 15 Periods
Working with Larger Programs: Dividing a Program into Multiple Files, Communication between Modules, Other Utilities for Working with Larger Programs. Input and Output Operations in C: Character I/O: getchar and putchar, Formatted I/O: printf and scanf, Input and Output Operations with Files, Special Functions for Working with Files. Miscellaneous and Advanced Features: Miscellaneous Language Statements, Working with Unions, The Comma Operator, Type Qualifiers, Command-Line Arguments, and Dynamic Memory Allocation. Debugging Programs: Debugging with the Preprocessor, Debugging Programs with gdb. Application of file I/O: creation and processing of text and binary files with and without command line arguments.
Text Books:
1. Stephen G. Kochan, Programming in C,Third Edition, CBS publishers and distributors, 2001.
2. How to solve it by Computer, R. G. Dromey, Pearson Education, 2009.
3. Mathias Felleisen, Robert Bruce Findler, Matthew Flatt, Shriram Krishnamurthi , “How to Design Programs”, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., 2004.

Reference Books:
1. Brian W. Kernighan and Dennis M. Ritchie, The C programming Language, Second Edition, Prentice−Hall, 1998 .
2. C Programming – A Modern approach by K.N.King, W.W. Norton Company, London, 2008.

BCCCPY104/MCCCPY104/ BCCCPY204/ MCCCPY204
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
(COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)
L T P C
4 0 0 4
UNIT I: QUANTUM PHYSICS 15 PERIODS
Break Down of Classical Physics – Planck’s Quantum Theory – Dual Nature of Radiation – Matter Wave : De Broglie Hypothesis – Wave Packet – De Broglie Wavelength- Thomson’s Experiment – Uncertainty Principle – The Wave Function – Time Dependent and Independent Schrödinger Equations – Probability Interpretation of the Wave Function - Particle in One Dimensional Infinite Square Well – Quantum Mechanical Tunneling- Time Dependent Perturbation Theory.
UNIT II: SEMICONDUCTING AND NANO MATERIALS 15 PERIODS
Electrical and Thermal Conductivity of Metals - Types of Semiconductor - Charge Carrier Density in Intrinsic Semiconductors – Doping of Semiconductors – Carrier Densities in Doped Semiconductors – Fermi Dirac Formalism – Conductivity of Semiconductors – Hall effect – Experimental Determination of Carrier Concentration and Mobility
Nanomaterials – Synthesis, Properties, Energy Level 0D, 1D & 2D Materials – Smart Materials, Exhibiting Ferroelectric, Piezoelectric, Opto electric Behavior – Shape Memory Alloys – Types, Structure, Temperature Induced Transformation, Stress Induced Transformation, Functional Properties, Advantages, Disadvantages and Applications
UNIT III: INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROSCOPY 15 PERIODS
Introduction to Absorption & Emission Spectroscopy: Nature of Electromagnetic Radiation – Electromagnetic Spectrum – Atomic Energy Levels – Molecular Electronic Energy Levels – Vibrational Energy Levels – Raman Effect – Nuclear Spin Behaviour – Electron Spin Behaviour – X-Ray Energy Levels - Franck-Condon principle
UV & VIS Spectrophotometry, Instrumentation: Radiation Sources – Detectors – Mono chromators – Double-Beam Instruments.
Infrared Spectrophotometry: Correlation of IR Spectra with Molecular Structure – Detectors – Sample Handling. Raman Spectroscopy– Theory – Sources & Detectors
UNIT IV: LASER AND MICROSCOPES 15 PERIODS
Basic Principles of Laser action – Conditions for Laser action – Nd – YAG , CO2, Semiconductor laser – Applications of Lasers in Medicine, Engineering , Communication and Computer peripherals – 3D profiling – Holography 3D Images – Recording and Reconstruction of Images(Quantitative treatment only).
Optical Microscope – Metallurgical Microscope – Electron Microscope – Scanning Electron Microscope – Transmission Electron Microscope – Atomic Force Microscope – Scanning Tunneling Microscope
Text Books
1. A.Marikani – Engineering Physics, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd., 2009.
2. G.Vijaykumari-Engineering physics, Vikas Publishing Pvt.Ltd.2nd Edition 2007.

Reference books
1. S.I. Gupta, V. Kumar, R.C. Sharma, Elements of Spectroscopy, Pragati Prakashan 2007.
2. M. Arumugam – Engineering Physics, Anuradha Agencies 3rd Edition 2008.
3. R.K.Gaur & S.L. Gupta – Engineering Physics, Dhanpat Rai & Sons 8th Edition 2001.
4. B.B.Laud-Lasers and Non–Linear Optics 2nd Edition Wiley Eastern Limited G. Aruldhass- Engineering Physics, PHI Learning Pvt Ltd. 2010.

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