Syllabus Btech Cse

SYLLABUS OF BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING B.Tech 1st SEM CSE Subject Name: ENGINEERING PHYSICS I Subject Code: PHY 101 L-3, T-1 UNIT-I: Wave Optics Interference, Interference in thin films, Basic Conditions of interference, Newtons Ring, experimental explanation, Expression for radius of ring, Fresnels Biprism Experiment and theory, Michelson Interferometer, Diffraction, Types of diffraction-single slit, double slit (Condition of minima and maxima) and Diffraction grating, Reso
of 51
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Related Documents
    SYLLABUSOFBACHELOR OFCOMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING  B.Tech 1 st SEM CSE   Subject Name: ENGINEERING PHYSICS ISubject Code: PHY 101 L-3, T-1   UNIT-I: Wave Optics Interference, Interference in thin films, Basic Conditions of interference, Newtons Ring,experimental explanation, Expression for radius of ring, Fresnels Biprism Experiment and theory,Michelson Interferometer, Diffraction, Types of diffraction-single slit, double slit (Condition of minima and maxima) and Diffraction grating, Resolving Power of Prism, Grating, telescope andMicroscope. UNIT-II: Electron Ballistics Motion of charged particle in Electric field. Magnetic field, combined Electric-Magnetic field,focusing of electron, basics of Electron microscope, Electron Gun, Cathod Ray Tube, Massspectrographs Dempster mass spectrograph, Aston mass spectrograph, Electron Refraction BethesLaw UNIT-III: Nuclear Physics  Nuclear structure and Nuclear properties,, Liquid Drop and Shell Model, Particle Accelerator,Linear particle accelerator, Cyclotron, Betatron, Syncro-cyclotron, Particle Detectors, Geiger Muller Counter, Theory of α,β and γ decay, nuclear cross section, Chain Reaction, Fission andFusion, Hydrogen bomb, Nuclear bomb, Nuclear Reactor. UNIT-IV: Solid State/ Semiconductor Physics Idea of energy bands in solids, Distinction between metal, semiconductor and insulator, Conceptof Fermi Energy Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor, Electron and hole mobility, Electricalconductivity and Hall effect, P-N Junction, Junction transistor, Transistor parameters, thermistor,Photo voltaic effect, Solar cell .UNIT-V: Dielectric and Magnetic properties of Materials Dielectric polarization, Gauss`s law, E, P and D vectors, Different types of polarization,, Conceptof internal field, Clausius Mosotti relation, Langevin`s theory, Idea of polar and non-polar dielectrics, Idea of lossy dielectrics, Loss tangent , Idea of complex permittivity, Magnetic field,Magnetization, Magnetic susceptibility, Magnetic materials, Dia- para- and ferro- magneticmaterials. References :  1) Engg. Physics by PG Kshirsagar 2) Physics of Dielectrics by Tareev3) Principles of Optics by Brijlal & Subramanyam  B.Tech 1 st SEM CSE   Subject Name: ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY I   Subject Code : CHM 101 L-3, T-1   UNIT – I Water Source and impurities, alkalinity, pH, hardness of water, interrelationship between alkalinity andhardness, degree of hardness, Standards of water for drinking purposes, purification of water for domestic uses, methods of sterilization (in brief). Methods of water softening: lime- soda process,zeolite and ion exchange resin process. Scale formation: causes, effects and prevention. Causticembitterment, priming, foaming, boiler corrosion and deaeration. Simple numerical problems onwater softening based on lime soda process and water analysis. UNIT – II Lubricants Introduction, functions of lubricants, types and classification of lubricants, solid lubricants, semi-solid lubricants, liquid lubricants, synthetic lubricants, lubricating emulsions, biodegradablelubricants, mechanism of lubrication, physical & chemical properties, testing of lubricants, typesof greases, application of lubricants and silicones, selection of lubricants. UNIT – III Fuels Definition & Classification of fuels and their comparison. Calorific values, fuel resources in India.Criteria of selection of fuels. Proximate and ultimate analysis of coal and their significance,clinker formation, pulverized coal as fuel and coke and it’s uses, petroleum distillation, cracking,cracked gasoline. Varieties of fuel oils, their properties and uses, knocking, anti-knockingcompounds (octane & cetane number), simple problems based on combustion of solid, liquid &gaseous fuels (excluding energy calculations). Gaseous fuels (producer gas, water gas and LPG).Propellants for rockets, their composition and characteristics. UNIT – IV Polymer Introduction and classification of polymers, Plastics - thermoplastic & thermosetting resins,moulding of plastics. Types of polymerization: addition or chain polymerization, condensation polymerization, coordination polymerization, ionic polymerization, step polymerization and their mechanism, Polymerizability of a monomer. Molecular weight of polymers; Weight averagemolecular weight; Number average molecular weight. Introduction to polymer composites.Application of polymers. Vulcanization, Natural & synthetic rubbers, silicon rubbers, polyurethanes, alkyl resins, Elastomers UNIT – V Spectroscopic Methods of Chemical Analysis Introduction to Spectroscopy, Electromagnetic spectrum, Symbols, Spectrophotometer, Ultra-Violet, and Visible Spectroscopy, The Absorption law, Theory of ultraviolet visible spectroscopy,Types of electronic transitions, Chromophore, Auxochrome, Absosrption and intensity shifts,Calculation of UV-absosrption wavelength in conjugated denies and trienes, Choice of solvent,Instrumentation, Applications of ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, Application of atomicabsorption spectroscopy.   B.Tech 1 st SEM CSE   Subject Name: MATHEMATICS ISubject Code : MTH 101 L-3, T-1  UNIT - I Partial differentiation, Homogeneous Functions, Euler's theorem, Application of partialdifferentiation in approximations and errors, Total derivatives Geometrical Interpretations of Tangent Plane and Normal to surface, Taylor’s series of two variables, Maxima and minima of functions of one and two variables and applications to engineering problems, Lagrange’s methodof undetermined multipliers UNIT – II Tangents & sub-tangents, normal and subnormal, differential coefficient of arc length inCartesian, polar and parametric coordinates. Curvature definition, formula in intrinsic, Cartesianand polar coordinates, radius of curvature and center of curvature, Asymptotes Curve tracing. UNIT – III Simple test of convergence and divergence of series, Definite Integral, Integral as the limit of asum, Summation of series, Beta and Gamma function, Areas, Length of curves, volumes andsurfaces of solids of revolutions. UNIT – IVStatistics: Correlation, Regression, Covariance Theoretical Distribution: Binomial, Poisson’s and Normal distribution. Small sampling and large sampling. UNIT – V  Formation of differential equation, solution of First Order and First degree, solution of first order and higher degree, (solvable for p, x, and y) and Clairauts forms, Linear differential equations withconstant Cauchy’s equation, Simultaneous equation, Method of variation of parameters. Reference Advanced Engineering Mathematics By Erwin Krevszig Wiley,Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Peter V.O Neil Thomson Learning.Higher Engineering Mathematics by John Bird Elsevier.

Skype History

May 4, 2018


May 4, 2018
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks