Thursday, 13 March 2014

Second year petroleum , petrochemical and polymer engineering, Pune university, syllabus for engineering materials for year 2013-2014 onwards

212382 Engineering Materials

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 3 Hrs/week Paper: 50 Marks
Practicals: 2 Hrs/week Online: 50 Marks
Term Work: 25 Marks

Course Outcomes:
After completion of this course the students should be able to demonstrate:
1. Understanding of the structure and properties of engineering materials.
2. Acquaintance with the changing trends in materials science and engineering.
3. Futuristic insight into materials.
4. Understanding of the applications according to change in the properties of materials.

Unit 1: Materials Science and Engineering (6 L)
Introduction, Developments in materials, engineering profession and materials, Classification of
materials- Metals, Polymers, Ceramics, Composites, Semiconductors. Their Structure, properties &
applications,
Macro, Micro, Nano, Submicroscopic observations of materials, structures of common polymers and
crystal structure of Metals. Point, Linear, Planar and volume defects and their relationship with properties
of materials, Crystalline, Noncrystalline and semicrystalline materials.
Criteria for selection of materials for special applications in Industries such as smart materials and
biomedical materials.

Unit 2: Microstructural developments (6 L)
Components, Phases and phase equilibrium diagrams, Eutectic and Etectoid reactions.
Phase transformations and relationship with properties. Gibb’s phase rule.
Microstructures of materials and their properties & applications.

Unit 3: Properties of materials (6 L)
Mechanical properties: Hardness, Strength, Toughness, Stiffness, Ductility, Malleability, Hardenability,
Creep fatigue and Rheology
Electrical properties: Conductors, Semiconductors and insulators, dielectric materials.
Optical properties: Absorption, Reflection, Transmission and Refraction, optical fibers and lasers.
Magnetic properties: various types of magnetic materials, Diamagnetic, Paramagnetic, Ferromagnetic,
Ant ferromagnetic and Ferromagnetic materials, Domain theory, Hard and soft magnetic materials.
Thermal Properties: Thermal expansion, Heat capacity, Thermal Conduction, Thermal Stresses.

Unit 4: Composite Materials (6 L)
Classification of composites, Reinforcing phase, Matrix phase, Fiber reinforced plastics, Metal matrix
composites, Flake and Particulate composites, General and practical composite systems, stiffness
evaluation of composite, Special composites such as nano particles dispersion polymer matrix
composites.

Unit 5: Materials environment interactions (6 L)
Liquid solid reaction- Direct Dissolution Mechanisms, Kinetics of Corrosion Reactions, Corrosion
Prevention
Gas solid reactions- Formation of gaseous reaction products, Protective and non protective solid oxides,
oxidation prevention
Solid solid interactions- Wear mechanisms, designing to minimize friction and wear.
Radiation Damage and its prevention

Unit 6: Materials Processing (6 L)
Processing of metals, Ceramics, Polymers, Composites Semiconductors,
Nanostructured materials, Casting, Forming, Powder processing, Machining, Joining,
Surface coating treatments, Fiber Manufacturing,
Recent techniques in material processing.
Manufacturing techniques for metals, ceramics & engineering polymers

Term Work:
Term Work shall consist of the experiments listed below of which, at least eight should be performed in
laboratory by the students. A record of the work performed should be presented in the form of a journal.

LIST OF PRACTICALS:
1. Microstructural observations of ferrous and non ferrous metals and alloys (Minimum five)
2. Annealing and normalizing of steel, observations.
3. Hardening and tempering of steel, observations.
4. Study of fractures of engineering materials.
5. Non destructive testing (Minimum two tests)
6. Macro observation of flow lines in forged products.
7. Macro etching Sulphur printing test of steel.
8. Cupping test of sheet materials
9. Hardness test any one out of the following
(Rockwell, Brinell, durometer and Vickers)
10. Impact Test of Materials.

Books:
1. Schaeffer J.P.: Saxena A., Antolovich S.D., Sanders T.H.Jr., Warner S.B., The Science &
Design of Engineering Materials, McGraw-Hill International.
2. Material Science & Engineering, William Smith, Ravi Prakash, McGraw Hill.
3. Callister William D. Jr. Material Science and Engineering an Introduction, John Wiley &
Sons Inc.

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Second year petroleum , petrochemical and polymer engineering, Pune university, syllabus for engineering chemistry for year 2013-2014 onwards

212381 Engineering Chemistry I

Teaching Scheme: Examination Scheme:
Lectures: 4 Hrs/week Online: 50Marks
Practical: 2 Hrs/Week Paper: 50 Marks
Practical: 50 Marks

Course Outcomes:
After completion of this course the students should be able to demonstrate:
1) Ability to correlate effect of structure with the reactivity.
2) Understanding of step by step electronic changes involved in reaction.
3) Understanding of basics of atomic structure and bonding and shapes of compounds.
4) Performance of an electrochemical cell including fuel cell.
5) Knowledge of synthesis of commercially important polymers.

Unit 1: Structural Effects and Reactivity: (8 L)
Bond cleavage: homolytic and heterolytic cleavages; attacking reagents – electrophiles and nucleophiles;
reaction intermediates - carbonium, carbanion and free radical formation and stability; leaving group –
explanation with example. Basic structural electronic effects – Inductive, resonance, hyperconjugation,
steric, tautomerism. Types of reactions – Important organic reactions such as substitution, addition,
elimination etc. Structure of benzene and concept of aromaticity (Huckel’s rule)

Unit 2: Reaction Mechanism: (8 L)
Reactions Involving Carbonium Ion Intermediates: Nucleophilic substitution: SN1, SN2 reactions and their
comparison. Aliphatic and aromatic nucleophilic substitution reactions. Electrophilic substitution in
benzene and monosubstituted benzene with orientation effect. Nitration halogenation, sulfonation, Friedel
Craft alkylation and acylation. Electrophilic addition to C = C. Addition of halogens, hydrogen, halide
and water. Elimination: E1and E2reactions, Saytzeff and Hofmann elimination, comparison of
elimination with substitution. Rearrangement: Beckman, pinacol. Reactions Involving Carbanion
Intermediates: Addition of carbon nucleophile to cabonyl group such as Grignard reaction for preparation
of alcohols and carboxylic acids. Nucleophilic substitution such as Wurtz and Condensation such as aldol,
Claisen ester. Rearrangement such as Favorskii. Reactions Involving Free Radical Intermediate: Addition
of hydrogen halide to C = C in presence of peroxide. Substitution such as halogenation of alkanes.
Dimerization such as Kolbe synthesis.

Unit 3: Atomic Structure and Bonding: (8 L)
Atomoic structure, Electronic theory of valancy – electrovalency, covalency coordination valency,
hydrogen bonding. electronic configuration, energy levels, orbitals, quantum numbers. Chemical bonding
– Covalent bond, VBT, Hybridization, Hybridizational shapes of molecules with examples (upto C. N. 6),
Molecular orbital theory, LCAO. M.O. diagrams for diatomic molecules like H2, CO, O2, N2.

Unit 4:Electrochemistry and fuel cells: (8 L)
Electrochemical cell, conventions and standard states, cell diagram, Nernst equation, cell emf and
Gibbs energy, reaction entropies, electrochemical series, standard electrode potentials, classification of
electrochemical cells, Energy storage , batteries- primary (Zn-MnO2 type), secondary (Lead acid, sodium
sulfer, Fuel cells: features of fuel cell, classification and construction, anodic and cathodic reactions in
fuel cells, limitations on power available from fuel cells.

Unit 5: Colloidal Chemistry: (8 L)
The colloidal state properties of lyophilic and lyophobic colloids – optical, Brownian movement,
electrical, viscosity, methods of preparation, separation, determination of particle size, gels and
emulsions. The ideal solution, Roult’s law of ideal solutions, solutions of liquids in liquids, theory of
dilute solution. Osmosis, osmotic pressure, measurement of osmotic pressure. Colligative properties of
dilute solution – lowering of vapor pressure, elevation of boiling point with derivation, depression in
freezing point with derivation. Abnormal behavior of solutions of electrolytes. Numerical based on all
above.

Unit 6: Chemistry of Polymerization: (8 L)
Introduction, comparative study of free radical, ionic, step growth polymerization mechanism.
Polymerization techniques: bulk, solution, suspension and emulsion. Average molecular weights (Mn,
Mw, Mv and Mz) of polymers. Brief overview of chemical synthesis of various types of monomers viz
olefins, vinyl chloride, styrene, diamine, diacids, diols, and phenols.

List of Practical: (any 8)
1. Volumetric estimation of amide from the given solution of amide.
2. Purification of organic compounds by using techniques such as distillation, sublimation.
3. Preparation of benzoic acid from benzamide.
4. Purification and drying of vinyl monomer
5. To determine molecular weight of non-volatile solute by depression in freezing point method.
6. To determine molecular weight of solid by elevation in boiling point method.
7. To determine purity of monomer.
8. Determination of molecular weight by end group analysis.
9. Determination of transport number of cation by moving boundry method / Hittorf’s method.
10. Electroplating of copper on copper plate.

Books:
1. Morrison R. T. and Boyd R.N.; Organic Chemistry; Prentice Hall of India Private Ltd.; 7th edition
(2011).
2. Atkins P.W.; Physical Chemistry; Oxford; 7th edition (2001).
3. March Jerry; Advanced Organic Chemistry; John Wiley and Sons; 6th edition(2007).
4. Sykes Peter; A Guide Book to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry; Pearson;6thedition(2003
5. Glasstone Samuel; Textbook of Physical chemistry; McMillan and Co. Ltd.; (1981).
6. Barrow G.M.; Physical Chemistry; McGraw Hill Publications; (1996).
7. V.R.Gowarikar, N.Viswanathan, JaydevSreedhar, Polymer Science, New Age International (2005) .
8. George Odian, Principals of Polymerisation, John Wiley and Sons (2004).

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Monday, 26 August 2013

BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY , UNDERGRADUATE COURSE, SYLLABUS FOR CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY
UNDERGRADUATE COURSE 
NON-MAJOR ELECTIVE
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA


UNIT I
Making of Constitution - Constituent Assembly - Dr.Rajendra Prasath - Dr.B.R.Ambedkar - Salient features - Fundamental Rights.

UNIT II
Union Executive - President of India - Vice-President - Prime Minister - Cabinet - Functions

UNIT III
Union Legislature - Rajiya Sabha - Lok Sabha - Functions and Powers

UNIT IV
Union Judiciary - Supreme Court - Functions - Rule of law

UNIT V
State - Executive - Legislature - Judiciary

Books for Reference:
1. Agharwal.R.C. - National Moment and Constitutional Development - New Delhi, 1977
2. Chapra B.R., Constitution of India, New Delhi, 1970
3. Rao B.V., Modern Indian Constitution, Hyderabad, 1975.
4. Nani Palkhivala - Constitution of India, New Delhi, 1970
5. Krishna Iyer, V.R., Law and Justice, New Delhi, 2

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BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY SYLLABUS FOR YOGA AND HUMAN EXCELLENCE

BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY: COIMBATORE
SYLLABUS FOR
"YOGA FOR HUMAN EXCELLENCE"
, FORP ART_ IV IN THIRD SEMESTER FOR UNDERGRADUATE CANDIDATES
WITH EFFECT FROM 2OO8-09
IN CBCSP ATTERN

Unit I - Yoga and PhYsical Health
1.1 Physicat Stnrcture - Three bodies - Five limitations
1.2 Simplified physicatE xercises- Hand Exercises- Leg Exercises- Breathing
Exercises- Eye Exercises- Kapalapathi
1.3 MatrarasanasL -2 -Massages- Acu-puncture- Rela:ration
oJ
1.4 Yogasanas-@ - Padmasana-V ajrasanas- Chakrasanas
(Side)- Viruchasanas- Yoga muthra- Patchimothasana-s U strasanas-
Vakkarasanas-i Salabasanas

Unit II - Art of Nurturing the life force and Mind
2.1 Maintaining the youthfulness- Postponingth e ageingp rocess
2.2 Sex and Spirituality - Significance of sexual vital fluid - Married life -
Chastity
2.3 Tenstageso f Mind
2.4 Mental frequency - Methods for concentration

Unit m - Sublimation
3.1 Purposea nd PhilosoPhYo f life
3.2 Intospection - Analysis of Thought
3.3 Moralization of Desires
3.4 Neutralization of Anger

Unit W - Human Resources I)evelopment
4.1 Eradication of worries
4.2 Benefits of Blessings
4.3. Greatnesso f FriendshiP
4.4 Individual Peace and World Peace

Unit V- Law of Nature
5.t Unified force - Cause and Effect system
5'2 Purity of Thought and Deed and Genetic centre
5:3 Love and Compassion
5.4 Culhral Education - Five fold Culture

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