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UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009, 2010 & 2011

COURSE OF STUDY FOR BE 2ND SEMESTER ENGINEERING

BRANCH: COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES

Marks Course Course Name Lecture Tutorial Pract

No. Theory Pract Total Sess. MTH 201 Engineering Math-1I 4 2 - 100 25 - 125 PHY -202 Engineering Phy-II 3 1 - 100 25 - 125 CHM -203 Engineering Chem-II 3 1 - 100 25 - 125

Computer COM -204 3 1 - 100 25 - 125

Programming

Engineering HUM-205 3 1 - 100 25 - 125

Economics

M -206 Machine Drawing-I 1 - 3 100 25 - 125

Workshop M -207 1 - 3 - - 75 75

Technology-II

Engineering Physics PHY 208 - - 2 - - 50 50

II Lab

Engineering CHM 209 - - 2 - - 50 50

Chemistry II Lab

Computer COM 210 - - 2 - - 75 75

Programming Lab

18 6 12 600 150 250 1000 Total

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009 , 2010 & 2011

ND B.E 2 Semester Maximum Marks:125

Course No: MTH-201 L T Theory Sessional

Course Title: Engg. Math-II 4 2 100 25

Branch : Common to all branches

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

SECTION-A

1. Introduction to infinite series & sequences:- Convergence and divergence of a series,

Leibnitz test, p-test, comparison test, Cauchy’s root test, D’ Alembert Ratio Test, Raabe’s

Test, Logarithmic test, alternating series..

2. Fourier Series: Introduction, Euler’s formulae, sufficient conditions for a Fourier expansion,

functions having points of discontinuity, change of intervals. Odd and even functions,

Fourier expansion of Odd and even periodic functions, half range series, typical wave

forms, Parseval’s formula, complex form of Fourier -series.

3. Power Series Solutions of Second order O.d.e: Analytic function, ordinary point, singular

point, regular and irregular singular points of o.d.e. Y ” +P(x)Y’ + Q(x)Y=0, Series solution

of such differential equations about an ordinary point, Frobenius series solution about a

regular singular point.

SECTION-B

1. First Order partial differential equations:-

Formation of p.d.e, First order linear p.d.e, Non-Linear p.d.e. of Ist order, solution by

Charpit’s method, Four Standard forms of non-linear p.d.e with reference to Charpit’s

technique.

2. Higher Order Linear p.d.e: Homogenous and Non-homogenous higher order linear

partial differential with constant coefficient inverse operator I/f (D,D’), Rules for

ndfinding P.I and C.F, Non-Linear equations of 2 order. Application of p.d.e, method of

separation of variables to solve equations of vibrations of strings (or one dim wave

equation), one dim and two dim heat flow equations, Laplace equations, transmission

line).

3. Matrices & determinants: Introduction, Rank of matrix, Elementary transformations,

Elementary matrices, Inverse using elementary transformation, Normal form of a

matrix, Vector spaces, Linear dependence and independence of vectors, consistency of

linear system of equations, linear and orthogonal transformations, Eigen values and

Eigen vector, Properties of Eigen value, Cayley Hamilton Theorem, Reduction to

diagonal form, Reduction of quadratic form to canonical form, complex matrices.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

nd1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics by R.K. Jain, S.R.K Iyenger, 2 edition, Narosa, New

Delhi.

2. Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. B.S. Grewal

3. Engineering Mathematics by Dr. Bhopinder Singh

4. Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal Khanna Publication, New Delhi. 5. Partial differential equations by Singhania

Note : There shall be total eight questions, four from each section. Each question carry 20 marks. Five questions will have to be attempted, selecting atleast two from each section. Use of calculator is allowed.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009 , 2010 & 2011

B.E IInd Semester (Common Course) Maximum Marks:125

Course No. PHY-202 L T Theory Sessional

Course Title : Engineering Physics-II 3 1 100 25

Branch : Common to all branches

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

NO. OF WEIGHUNIT-1 RELATIVISTIC DYNAMICS

LECTURTAGE

ES

Concept of Relativity, Frames of reference, Galilean 10 25%

Transformations, Michelson and Morley’s experiment,

Postulates of Special Theory of relativity, lorentz

transformations, Length Contraction, Time dilation,

variation of mass with velocity (Velocity addition), mass

2224).2energy equivalence (E=Pc+mc o

UNIT-II WAVE-PARTICLE DUALITY

Black Body radiation spectrum (Characteristics & Energy 12 25%

distribution), Wien’s laws, Rayleigh Jeans Law excluding

mathematical derivations, ultraviolet Catastrophe, Planck’s

hypothesis and Planck’s radiation law, Explanation of black

body radiation characteristics on the basis of Planck’s law,

photon concept.

Compton effect, derivation of the direction of emission and

the change in wavelength of scattered photons, direction of

recoil electron and discussion of observed results.

Debroglie’s hypothesis, concept of matter waves, Davisson

& Germer’s experiment, wavepacket, Phase and Group

velocity, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle. Experimental

illustration of uncertainty principle using single slit.

UNIT III QUANTUM MECHANICS

Wave function definition, interpretation and significance of 14 25%

wave function, Schrodinger’s wave equations (Steady-State

and time dependent) for 1-dim case, concept of operators

and expectation values, Applications of Schrodinger’s

equation (Time independent) to a) Particle in a 1-

dimensional box of infinite height, b) single step potential

barrier, c) Tunnel effect, d) Quantum Mechanical harmonic

oscillator with concept of Zero point energy.

UNIT-IV SOLID STATE PHYSICS

Intrinsic & extrinsic semi-conductors, Fermi & impurity 7 15%

levels, Impurity compensation, charge neutrality equation

and semi-conductor conductivity. Einstein’s relation, drift

and diffusion current. Introductory concepts of advanced

materials viz; conducting polymers dielectric materials,

Nanomaterials, Smart materials and High Tmaterials. c

UNIT-V LASERS

Principle of Laser action, population Inversion, Einstein’s 5 10%

Coefficients, He-Ne & Ruby Lasers, Holography

TUTORIALS

B.E IInd Semester

Subject: Engg: Physics-II

Course No.Phy-202

S.NO. TOPICS UNIT NO. T-1 Numerical problems based on Length contraction & time dilation I

T-2 Numerical problems based on variation of mass, energy mass I

equivalence etc.

T-3 Numerical problems pertaining to energy spectrum of Black body II

radiations, Wien’s displacement/R-J laws, Planck’s law

T-4 Numerical problems based on photo-electric effect, work functions II T-5 Numerical problems based on Compton effect, recoil energy of electron II

etc.

T-6 Numerical problems based on the characteristics of De-broglie waves, II

Davisson-Germer’s Expt.

T-7 Numerical problems related to Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle II T-8 Numerical problems based on Schrodinger’s wave equation, expectation III

values of certain physical quantities and operators

T-9 Numerical problems to find the Eigen function and eigen values for III

particle in a box

T-10 Numerical problems to find the reflection and transmission co-efficients III

for a particle penetrating a potential barrier

T-11 Simple numerical problems based on finding the bandgaps in semi-IV

conductor materials etc.

T-12 Simple numerical problems based on finding the energy level difference V

in Lasers etc.

NOTE: SETTING OF QUESTION PAPER (Instructions for Examiners)

i) The question paper will consist of two sections

a) Section-I

&

b) Section-II

ii) Section-I Comprises of Unit-I and Unit-II

Section-II Comprises of Unit-III, Unit-IV and Unit-V

iii) Number of questions to be set in the paper =8 (eight)

(Four from each section as per weightage)

iv) Number of questions to be attempted =5 (five)

(Selecting at least two from each section)

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

TITLE AUTHOR

1) Modern Physics Beiser

2) Modern Physics Blatt

3) Modern Physics Gupta & Gupta 4) Basic Electronics Millman & Halkias 5) Material Science S.L. Kakani, Amit Kakani

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009 , 2010 & 2011

ND B.E 2 Semester Maximum Marks:125

Course No: CHM-203 L T L Theory

Course Title: Engg. Chem-II 3 1 100 25

Branch : Common to all branches

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

SECTION-A

1. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY :

Concept of Environmental chemistry, segments of environment (a brief idea about

atmoshphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere)

AIR POLLUTION Introduction, Types of air pollution and control of air

pollution.

WATER POLLUTION : Introduction, Sources of water pollution and methods

of controlling water pollution.

CHEMICALS AND METAL TOXICOLOGY (Biochemical effects of Pb, Hg,

As, Zn, Cd, Ni, Se, CN, O3 and pesticides in brief on man).

2. INORGANIC CEMENTING MATERIALS :

Cement and Lime Introduction, classification of lime, manufacture and

properties of lime, setting and hardening of lime.

Cement, types of cement, manufacture of Portland cement, setting and hardening

of cement.

3. WATER TREATMENT

Introduction, types of water, softening of water by different processes, chemical

methods and sterilization, priming and foaming, sludge and scale formation,

determination of hardness of water by soap titration method and EDTA method.

Radioactivity of water, numericals on hardness and softening of water.

SECTION-B

1. PLASTICS:

Introduction, importance of plastics and uses, classification of plastics, moulding

constituents of a plastic, moulding of plastics into articles ( compression moulding, injection

moulding, transfer moulding and extrusion moulding) Preparation , properties and uses of

following plastic materials:

a) Polymethyl methacrylate b) Epoxy resins c) Alkyd resins.

2. RUBBER

Introduction , types of rubber, treatment of latex, vulcanization of rubber, preparation,

properties and uses of following synthetic rubber: Buna-S, Buna-N & Butyl rubber.

3. PAINTS

Introduction, requisites of a good paint, constituents of a paint, manufacture of a paint,

properties and uses of important white pigments such as white lead, Zinc oxide and

Lithophone.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED :

1. Engineering Chemistry Jain & Jain

2. Engineering Chemistry Sharma, B.K.

3. Engineering Chemistry Dara, S.S.

4. Engineering Chemistry Shashi, Chawla

5. Organic Chemistry Bahl, B.S.

6. Environmental Chemistry De, A.K.

7. Textbook of Environmental Chemistry Tyagi & Mehra

8. Polymer Science Gowrikar, V.R. etal.

Note : There shall be total eight questions, four from each section. Each question carry 20 marks. Five questions will have to be attempted, selecting atleast two from each section. Use of calculator is allowed.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009 , 2010 & 2011

ND B.E 2 Semester Maximum Marks:125

Course No: COM-204 L T L Theory

Course Title: Computer Programming 3 1 100 25

Using C

Branch : Common to all branches

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

UNIT I

Basic structure of Computer, Stored Program Concept, Binary Arithmetic Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Data Representation Fixed and Floating Point, Semiconductor Memories.

(25)

UNIT II

Introduction to C, Data Types, Constants, Variables, Expressions, Statements, Operators, Data

Input and Output. (20)

UNIT III

Control Statements, Arrays, Functions, Recursion, Storage Classes, Library Functions. (60)

UNIT IV

User Defined Data Types, Structures, Unions, Passing Structure to Functions. (30)

UNIT V

Pointers, Operation on Pointers, Passing Pointers to Functions, Data Files Opening, Closing, Creating Data Files. (25)

REFERENCES:-

1. Programming With C - Byron Gottfried.

2. Programming With C - E. Balaguruswamy.

3. C The Complete Referance Herbert Schildt.

4. Let us C - Yashwant Kanitkar.

5. Digital Computer Fundamentals - Thomas C. Bartee.

6. Digital Computer Design - V. Rajaraman.

Note :- There will be eight questions of 20 marks each spread over the whole syllabus , students

have to attempt five questions.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009 , 2010 & 2011

ndB.E. 2 Semester Maximum Marks: 125 Course No. HUM-205 Theory Sessional Course Title: Engineering Economics L T 100 25 Branch: Common to all branches 3 1 Duration of Exam : 3 Hours

SECTION-A

UNIT-1

Definitions of Economics

a) Science of Wealth

b) Science of Material Welfare

c) Science of Scarcity

Economic System

a) Features of Capitalism

b) Features of Socialism

c) Features of Mixed Economy

UNIT-II

Consumer Behaviour

a) Cardinal Utility Analysis: The Concept and Utility Maximisation: Laws

of Diminishing Marginal Utility and Equi-Marginal Utility.

b) Ordinal Utility Analysis: Meaning and Properties of Indifference Curves

and Utility Maximization.

Demand Theory:

a) Meaning of Demand and law of Demand

b) Factors Affecting Demand

c) Elasticity of Demand (Price Elasticity, Income Elasticity and Cross

Elasticity)

d) Demand Forescasting

SECTION-B

UNIT-III

Theory of Production:

a) Factorsof Production and Production Function.

b) Isoquants : Meaning & Properties

c) Law of Variable Proportions & Returns to scale

Costs and Cost Analysis

a) The Concept of Marginal, Average, Fixed and Variable Costs.

b) The Shape of Fixed, Average and Marginal Cost Curves (short run)

Market and Market Structures

a) Meaning and Feature of Perfect Competition, Monopolistic

Competition, Oligopoly and Monopoly.

b) Price Determination Under Perfect competition and monopoly.

UNIT-IV

Some commonly used Economic Concepts

a) Meaning, Types and Methods to Control Inflation.

b) Concept of Stock Market

c) Meaning & Concept of National Income

d) Functions of Commercial Bank & Central Bank

e) Features of Development and Under Development

g) Index Number : Construction and difficulties in measurement of Index

Number.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED

1. K.K.Dewett : Modern Economic Theory

2. H.L Ahuja : Advanced Economic Theory

3. M.L. Jhingan : Macro Economics

Note: There shall be total eight questions, four from each section. Each question carry 20

marks. Five questions will have to be attempted, selecting atleast two from each section. Use of

calculator is allowed.

UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU, JAMMU

FOR EXAMINATIONS TO BE HELD IN JUNE-JULY, 2009, 2010 & 2011

ndB.E. 2 Semester Maximum Marks: 125

Course No. M-206 Theory Sessional

Course Title: Machine Drawing-I L P 100 25

Branch: Common to all branches 1 3

Duration of Exam : 3 Hours

SECTION-A

1. I.S. Code for Machine Drawing.

2. Types of Sections and Recommended Scale, Dimensioning and Sectioning of Machine elements. 3. Drawing and sketching of machine elements in Orthographic Projections. 4. Different types of Joints: Riveted joints, Threaded fasteners, Knuckle joint, Cotter Joints: Gib and

Cotter, Sleeve and Spigot.

5. Stud assembly, Pipe joints including expansion joint.

6. Shaft pulley, cone pulley, Fast and loose pulley, etc.

SECTION-B

1. Simple assemblies: Shaft couplings and Clutches, Muff Coupling, Split muff, Flange Couplings:

Solid and Flexible, Protected and Unprotected, Universal Coupling.

2. Bearings: Pedestal bearing including Hanger bearings, Pivot bearing and Swivel bearing.

RECOMMENDED BOOKS:-

1. Machine Drawing P.S. Gill

2. Machine Drawing Sidheshwar and Kannaih

3. Machine Drawing N.D. Bhatt

NOTE:-

1. There will be Six questions in all, five from Section- A (each of 15 marks) and one

Compulsory question of 55 marks from Section - B.

2. Students are required to attempt Four questions in all, three form Section-A and one

compulsory question involving assembly from SectionsB.

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