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  Course                                               Credit Hours             Contact             Total Periods
                     DIFFERENTIAL
   Code                                                  (Th-Pr)               Hrs/Week              Allocated
                    EQUATIONS AND
                                                                                (Th-Pr)               (Th-Pr)
                    FOURIER SERIES
 MS-112                                                     3-0                   3-0                   32-0

COURSE OBJECTIVE:-
The objective of this course is to acquaint the students with differential equations and their applications in
engineering.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:-
     Knowledge and Comprehension
     The course is designed to provide students a comprehensive knowledge and
     understanding of mathematical concepts. What is the importance of it in Electrical
     Engineering?

COURSE OUTLINE:-

Differential equations of first order: Differential equations and their classification, formation of
differential equations, solution of differential equations, initial and boundary conditions,
Methods of solution of differential equation of first order and first-degree: Separable equations,
homogeneous equations. Equations reducible to homogeneous, exact differential equations,
integrating factor, linear equations, Bernoulli equations, orthogonal trajectories in Cartesian and
polar coordinates, applications of first order differential equations . Non linear first order
differential equations. Clairaut equations.
Higher Order Linear Differential Equations: Homogeneous linear equations with constant
coefficients, auxiliary/ characteristics equations. Solution of higher order differential equation
Non-homogeneous linear equations. Working rules for finding particular integral. Cauchy Euler
equation. Method of reduction of order, Method of variation of parameters. Applications of
higher order linear differential equations.
Laplace Transforms
Introduction, Simple Functions, Unit Step and Periodic. Derivatives, Integrals and Basic
Theorems. Inversion by Partial Fractions and Convolution. Application to Linear Differential
Equations with Constant Coefficients and System of Equations.
Fourier Series
Introduction to Periodic, Even and Odd Functions; Real and Complex Fourier Series, Half Range
Fourier Sine and Cosine Series and Fourier transforms.

PREREQUISITE(S):                 Intermediate level mathematics.
RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

    S.No.                     TITLE                                 AUTHOR(S)                ASSIGNED
                                                                                             CODE
          1    Advanced Engineering Mathematics                     Erwin Crayzig              EC

          2                                                         Dr. S. M. Yusuf.           SMY
                      Mathematical Methods
                 Differential Equations with Boundary Value
          3                                                            Dennis G.Zill           DZ
                                  Problems

Topics:

    WEEK                                   DESCRIPTION                                         TEXT
     No.                                                                                      BOOKS
          1     Introduction: Differential equations and their classification, formation        EC
                of differential equations, solution of differential equations, initial and     SMY
                boundary conditions.
                Different types of 1st order differential equations. Variable Separable
                DE. Homogeneous functions.
          2     Homogeneous DE, Reducible to Homogeneous DE                                     EC
                Exact differentials.                                                           SMY
          3     Reducible to Exact DE , Linear DE,                                             SMY

          4     Bernoulli DE                                                                    EC
                Orthogonal trajectories in Cartesian and polar coordinates                     SMY

          5     Introduction: Higher order Differential Equations, Homogeneous                  EC
                Linear DE with Constant coefficients
          6     Non-Homogeneous Linear DE with Constant coefficients                            EC

          7     Cauchy-Euler Equation and Legendre ‘s DE                                       SMY
                Method of reduction of order

          8     The Wronskian, Method of variation of parameters                                EC
                Applications of higher order linear differential equations.                    SMY
          9                     MID TERM EXAM
          10    Introduction to Laplace Transform, Tables of some basic Laplace                SMY
                transforms.                                                                     DZ
          11    Different properties of Laplace transform.                                     SMY
                Unit Step Functions.                                                            DZ
          12    Introduction to Inverse Laplace Transform, and Properties of Inverse           SMY
                Laplace Transform. Convolution theorem. Partial fraction methods.               DZ
          13    Solution of ordinary differential equations by Laplace transform.              SMY
                                                                                                DZ
          14    Introduction of Fourier series. Fourier sine and cosine series.                SMY
                Introduction to periodic, even and odd functions in Fourier series.             DZ
          15    Half Range Fourier Sine and Cosine Series.                                     SMY
                Real and complex Fourier series.                                                DZ
  16      Fourier Transforms. Fourier transforms theorems. Inverse Fourier   SMY
          transforms.                                                         EC
  17      Group Discussion.
18 & 19                      FINAL TERM EXAMS
Course      PAKISTAN STUDIES & ISLAMIC                    Credit Hours       Contact           Total
 Code       STUDIES/ETHICAL BEHAVIOR                        (Th-Pr)         Hrs/Week          Periods
HS-105                                                        2-0            (Th-Pr)         Allocated
                                                                               2-0            (Th-Pr)
                                                                                               32-0
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
To develop vision of Historical Perspective, Government, Politics, Contemporary Pakistan,
ideological background of Pakistan.
To provide basic information about Islamic Studies

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME:
     Understanding of process of governance, national development, issues arising in the
     modern age and posing challenges to Pakistan
     Understanding issues related to faith and religious life.

ISLAMIC STUDIES:

COURSE OUTLINE:
Objectives: This course is aimed at:To provide Basic information about Islamic Studies, to enhance
understanding of the students regarding Islamic Civilization, to improve Students skill to perform prayers
and other worships, to enhance the skill of the students for understanding of issues related to faith and
religious life.
Detail of courses:
Introduction to Quranic studies
Basic Concepts of Quran, History of Quran, Uloom-ul -Quran
Study of Selected Text of Holly Quran
1) Verses of Surah Al-Baqra Related to Faith(Verse No-284-286)
2) Verses of Surah Al-Hujrat Related to Adab Al-Nabi (Verse No-1-18)
3) Verses of Surah Al-Mumanoon Related to Characteristics of faithful (Verse No-1-11)
4) Verses of Surah al-Furqan Related to Social Ethics (Verse No.63-77)
5) Verses of Surah Al-Inam Related to Ihkam(Verse No-152-154)
Study of Selected Text of Holly Quran
1) Verses of Surah Al-Ihzab Related to Adab al-Nabi (Verse No.6, 21, 40, 56, 57, 58.)
2) Verses of Surah Al-Hashar (18,19,20) Related to thinking, Day of Judgment
3) Verses of Surah Al-Saf Related to Tafakar,Tadabar (Verse No-1,14)
Seerat of Holy Prophet (S.A.W) I
Life of Muhammad Bin Abdullah (Before Prophet Hood), Life of Holy Prophet (S.A.W) in Makkah,
Important Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Makkah
Seerat of Holy Prophet (S.A.W) II
Life of Holy Prophet (S.A.W) in Madina, Important Events of Life Holy Prophet in Madina, Important
Lessons Derived from the life of Holy Prophet in Madina
Introduction to Sunnah
Basic Concepts of Hadith, History of Hadith, Kinds of Hadith, Uloom –ul-Hadith, Sunnah & Hadith,
Legal Position of Sunnah
Selected Study from Text of Hadith
Introduction to Islamic Law & Jurisprudence
Basic Concepts of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence, History & Importance of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence,
Sources of Islamic Law & Jurisprudence, Nature of Differences in Islamic Law, Islam and Sectarianism
Islamic Culture & Civilization
Basic Concepts of Islamic Culture & Civilization, Historical Development of Islamic Culture &
Civilization, Characteristics of Islamic Culture & Civilization, Islamic Culture & Civilization and
Contemporary Issues
Islam & Science
Basic Concepts of Islam & Science, Contributions of Muslims in the Development of Science
Quranic & Science

Islamic Economic System
Basic Concepts of Islamic Economic System, Means of Distribution of wealth in Islamic Economics,
Islamic Concept of Riba, Islamic Ways of Trade & Commerce
Political System of Islam
Basic Concepts of Islamic Political System, Islamic Concept of Sovereignty, Basic Institutions of Govt. in
Islam
Islamic History
Period of Khlaft-E-Rashida, Period of Ummayyads, Period of Abbasids
Social System of Islam
Basic Concepts of Social System of Islam, Elements of Family, Ethical Values of Islam


PAKISTAN STUDIES

Introduction / Objectives
The course has been designed as a compulsory subject for the students studying for Bachelor’s degree,
general or professional. The course framework is issue-oriented. It has many dimensions, the historical
and ideological background of Pakistan the process of governance and national development as well as
the issues arising in the modern, age and posing challenges to Pakistan. The course has been designed
with a vision that Pakistan Studies should open a window to future.
Course Outline:
1. Historical Perspective
1. Ideological rationale with special reference to Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Allama Muhammad Iqbal and
    Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
2. Factors leading to Muslim separatism
3. People and Land
         a. Indus Civilization
         b. Muslim advent
         c. Location and Geo-Physical features.
2. Government and Politics in Pakistan
Political and constitutional phases:
1947-58, 1958-71, 1971-77, 1977-88, 1988-99, 1999 onward
3. Contemporary Pakistan
Economic institutions and issues, Society and social structure Page 66 of 84, Ethnicity, Foreign policy of
Pakistan and challenges, Futuristic outlook of Pakistan
RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

S.NO.                   TITLE                            AUTHOR(S)                    ASSIGNED
                                                                                        CODE
   1.   Zia-ul-Quran, Tafseer                   Peer Karam Shah Al-Azhari                 ZQT
   2.   An Introduction to the Study of         Hussain Hamid Hassan                       IIL
        Islamic Law
   3.   Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence     Ahmad Hassan                               PIJ
   4.   Ullom-o-Hadees                          Dr. Sohbi Saleh, Translation by           ULH
                                                Ahmad Haseri
   5.   Alraaozulanaf                           Alimam Abdul Qasim Abdur                  AZF
                                                Rehman
   6.   Seerat-e-Rasool-e-Arabi S.A.W.W         Allama Noor Bakhsh Tawakali             SEERAT

   7.   Tareekh-e-Islam                         Shah Moin-ud-Din Nadvi                   T-ISM
   8.   Musalman or Science ki Tehkeeq          Habib Ahmad Sadiqui                       MST

   9.   Muslim Science                          Syed Qasim Mehmood                         MS

   10. Islami Muashiat                          Prof. Abdul Hamid Shahid                   IM
   11. Islam ka Nizam-e-Zakat                   Mehmood Ahmad Zafar                      IKNZ

   12. Nigarshat-e-Dr. Muhammad                 M Alim Mukhtar Haq                        NDH
       Hameedullah
   13. Dr. Muhammad Hameedullah ki              Abdul Hakim                              DMH
       Behtreen Tehrerain
   14. Islam Ka Muasharti Nizam                 Khalid Alvi                              IKMN



TOPICS:       Islamic Studies


WEEK                                          DESCRIPTION                                         TEXT
 NO.                                                                                             BOOKS
  1.       Basic Concepts of Quran, History of Quran and Ullom-ul-Quran                           ZQT
  2.       Translation and Brief explanation of verses of Surah Al-Baqra related to Faith         ZQT
           (verses no 284-286) and Verses of Sura Al-Hujrat related to Adab-un-Nabi
           S.A.W.W (verses No 1-5)
  3.       Translation and Brief explanation of verses of Surah Al-Furqan related to Social       ZQT
           Ethics (verses No 63-67) and verses of Surah Al-Hashar related to thinking, day of
           judgment (verses No 18-20)
  4.       Basic concepts of Hadith, History of Hadith, Kinds of Hadith and Sunnah & Hadith       ULH
  5.       Translation and Brief explanation of 8 selected hadiths                                ULH
  6.        Important events of Makki Life(Birth, preaching of Islam and difficulties faces       AZF
             in this way)
  7.        -do-                                                                                   AZF
  8.        Basic Concepts of Islamic law & Jurisprudence and Source of Islamic law              IIL, PIJ
            and Jurisprudence
  9.                                          MID TERM EXAM
  10.       Important events of Madni life, (Ghazwat-o-Fatohat, Ghazwa-e-Badar, Uhd,              AZF
            Misaq-eMadina, Sulh-e-Hudaibia and Fateh Makkah)
  11.       -do-                                                                                  AZF
  12.       Basic Concepts of Islamic Culture & Civilization with its historical                SEERAT
            development, characteristic and contemporary issues.
  13.       Basic concepts of Islam & Science, contributions of Muslims in the development of   MST, MS
            Science
  14.       Basic concepts of Islamic Economic System and Islamic Concept of Riba               IM, IKNZ
  15.       Basic Concept of Islamic Political System Islamic Concept of Sovereignty, Basic       NDH,
            institutions of Government in Islam                                                   DMH
  16.       Period of Khilaft-e-Rashida                                                           AZF,
                                                                                                SEERAT
  17.       Basic Concepts of Social System of Islam, Elements of Family, Ethical values of      IKMN
            Islam
18. & 19.                                 FINAL TERM EXAM


Pakistan Studies

RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

  S.NO.                    TITLE                        AUTHOR(S)            ASSIGNED CODE
    1.      Falsafa-o-Tareekh-e-Pakistan             SM Shahid                       FTP
    2.      Muslamano K Syasi Afkaar-o-Idaray        SM Shahid                       MSAI
    3.      Pakistan Nagzair Tha                     Hassan Riaz                     PNT
    4.      Hindustan ki Pehli Islami Tehreek        Masood Alam Nadvi               HPIT
    5.      Mutaliya-e-Pakistan                      Khalid Latif Qureshi             MP
    6.      History and Culture of Sindh             Zahid Anwar                     HCS
    7.      The Political System of Pakistan         Syed Khalid Bin                 PSP
    8.      Musalmano K Afkar                        Mian M Shareef                  MKA
    9.      Pakistan’s Foreign Policy                Oxford University               PFP
    10.     Islam Ka Muashrti Nizam                  Khalid Alvi                     IMN
TOPICS:


WEEK                                 DESCRIPTION                                     TEXT
 NO.                                                                                BOOKS
 1.       The historical and ideological background of Pakistan                       FTP
 2.       The ideology of Pakistan in the light of Allam Iqbal views and Quaid-i-    MSAI
          Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s stand-points
   3.     Factor’s leading to Muslim separation and establishment of Pakistan       PNT
   4.     Study of Reformative movement of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Hazrat              HPIT
          Mujjadad-e-Alaf Sani (R.A) and Shah Waliullah (R.A)
   5.     Importance of location of Pakistan and its geo-physical features           MP
   6.     Indus civilization and its prominent aspects                               HCS
   7.     Government and politics in Pakistan since 1947 uptill now and its          PSP
          political and constitutional phases as under:-
   8.         a. 1947-58                                                             PSP
              b. 1958-71
   9.                                  MID TERM EXAM
   10.        c. 1971-77                                                             PSP
              d. 1977-88
   11.        e. 1988-99 onward until now                                            PSP
   12.    A comprehensive and comparative study of three phased constitution         PSP
          Pakistan (1956,1962 and 1973)
   13.    -do-                                                                      PSP
   14.    Contemporary Pakistan, its economic institutions and issues               MKA
   15.    Society and social structure of Pakistan                                  IMN
   16.    Foreign policy of Pakistan and its relations with other countries with    PFP
          special reference to India, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Saudia Arabia
          and newly librated Muslim states.
   17.    Futuristic outlook of Pakistan                                            MSAI
18. & 19.                            FINAL TERM EXAM
 Course            OBJECT ORIENTED                  Credit Hours        Contact          Total Periods
  Code              PROGRAMMING                       (Th-Pr)          Hrs/Week           Allocated
 CS-103                                                 2-1             (Th-Pr)            (Th-Pr)
                                                                          2-3               32-16
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
After covering basic programming skills. It is very much necessary to introduce a programming paradigm
which is very much powerful as compared to basic programming techniques. In this regard object
oriented programming introduces real world programming concepts and modern ways to handle real
world problems. The benefit of this course is students can solve more complex problems with latest
guidelines and skills.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
          Knowledge and Comprehension
          The course is designed to provide students a comprehensive knowledge of real time oop projects.
          Importance and use of flow charts which really depict real world problems.

          Applications and Analytical Skills
          Applications of programming with documentation capabilities.

COURSE OUTLINE:
Course contains theory and practical session of basic object oriented programming concepts. C++
programming is introduced after covering basic computer concepts and information about object oriented
models. Classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism and much more concepts are given to the students.

PREREQUISITE(S):                 Introduction to Computing

RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

    S.NO.                      TITLE                       AUTHOR(S)          ASSIGNED CODE
         1.    Object Oriented Programming in C++ Robert Lafore                        ROL
         2.    C++ How to Program                         Deitel and Deitel            DED


TOPICS:

 WEEK                                      DESCRIPTION                                        TEXT
  NO.                                                                                        BOOKS
    1.         Object Oriented Models, Advantages of OOP, Objects, Tangible and                ROL
               Intangible Objects, Information Hiding, Encapsulation, Interface
    2.         Abstraction, A Simple Class, Constructors, Destructors, Overloaded ,            ROL
               Constructors
    3.         Copy Constructors, Constructor Overloading, Copy Constructor, Shallow           ROL
               Copy, Inline Functions
    4.         Structures and Classes, Classes, Objects and Memory, Destructors,               ROL
               Accessor Functions, This pointer
    5.         Static Data Members, Static Data Members, Member Functions, Arrays of           ROL
               Objects
   6.         Operator Overloading, Operator Keyword, Overloading binary operators,             ROL
              Data conversion
   7.         Inheritance, Derived Class and Base Class, Derived class constructors,            DED
              Function overriding, Scope resolution
   8.         Abstract data class, Public and private Inheritacne, Static functions             DED
   9.                                     MID TERM EXAM
  10.         Inheritance, Levels of Inheritance, Overriding, Multiple inheritance              DED
  11.         Virtual Functions, Overview, Abstract classes and pure virtual functions,         ROL
              Virtual destructors
  12.         Polymorphism, Case study                                                          ROL

  13.         Templates, Generic Algorithms, Class templates, Member templates                  DED
  14.         Specialization, Partial specialization, Complete specialization, Templates        DED
              and friends
  15.         Overview of other OOP languages, Java, Visual C++                                 ROL

   16.        Practices, Viva/Presentaitons                                                     ROL
   17.        Viva/Presentations
18. &19.                                FINAL TERM EXAM


RECOMMENDED PRACTICAL TOPICS:

PRACTICAL                                            DESCRIPTION
   NO
        1.        Implement queue as a class.
        2.        Write a class for storing person’s details.
        3.        Write a program for storing student’s details by inheriting person class.
        4.        Implement stack as a class using constructors.
        5.        Write a program to overload the difference operator for complex arithmetic.
        6.        Write a program which will generate fee slip for a given class.
        7.        Write a program for banking account which demonstrates simple transactions.

        8.        Write a program for distributor to maintain stock and account.
        9.        Project: Employee management system using all necessary features of object oriented
                  programming.
        10.       Project: Inventory management system using object oriented concepts.
        11.       Implement student class for enrollment purpose.
        12.       Banking system case study.


LABORATORY:             Computer Lab
 Course              COMPUTER AIDED                    Credit Hours           Contact             Total Periods
  Code                  DRAWING                          (Th-Pr)             Hrs/Week              Allocated
 CS-104                                                    0-1                (Th-Pr)               (Th-Pr)
                                                                                0-3                   0-16
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
Objective is to provide training of tools which are extensively used by Electrical Engineers to develop
circuits and test them. Also to provide information both theoretically and practically to draw using
computers which include some mechanical engineering drawing features.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
         Knowledge and Comprehension
                     Awareness of the principles and methodology of Engineering Drawing.
                     Emphasize the practical aspects of making an Engineering Drawing.
                     Develop understanding of Principals of Instrumental Drawing.
                     Develop proficiency in Computer Aided Drawing (CAD).
         Applications and Analytical Skills
                     Learn to use most of the features of commonly used CAD packages
                     Learn to use Electronic Engineering tools such as EWB and Circuit Maker

COURSE OUTLINE:
Course contains practical sessions that include computer aided drawing in AutoCAD and other tools related
to electrical engineering. It also contains contents specially related to electrical engineering drawing.
OrCAD is used for electrical engineering drawing.

PREREQUISITE(S):                      Introduction to Computing

RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

          S.NO.                     TITLE                      AUTHOR(S)          ASSIGNED CODE
             1.       First Year Engineering Drawing A.C.Parkinson                              ACP
             2.       AUTOCAD 2006                   Ellen Finkelstein                         ELF
             3.       PSpice Using OrCAD                      M. H. Rashid                 MHR


TOPICS:

 WEEK                                           DESCRIPTION                                             TEXT
  NO.                                                                                                  BOOKS
    1.            Types of engineering drawings, Engineering drawing software, Engineering               ACP
                  Drawing Features, Perspective, Scales, Size and Section Views, Projection
                  Systems
    2.            Introduction to Instrumental Drawing, Geometry Types and Construction,                 ACP
                  Different line types and their utility in engineering drawing
    3.            Orthographic Projections, 1st and 3rd angle of projections, Ortho graphic              ACP
                  Projections 1st and 3rd angle of projection difference and practice, Auxiliary
                  Views
    4.            Sectional Views, Basic concepts, Types of Sections, Hatching, Sectioning               ACP
                  Practices
   5.        AutoCAD, User Interface, AutoCAD advantages, Drawing in AutoCAD,             ACP
             Drawing from template
   6.        Drawing in CAD, Using Commands, Assignment # 2, Using Menus &                ELF
             Toolbars, Using Commands, Modify Commands
   7.        Understanding the X,Y coordinate system, Typing coordinates, Cartesian       ELF
             Coordinates, Orthogonal Mode and Displaying Coordinates on Screen
   8.        Choosing Unit Types, Setting Drawing Units & Angle Types, Drawing            ELF
             Limits
             Understanding Scales, Common Setup Options
   9.                                     MID TERM EXAM
  10.        Drawing Simple Lines, Line Commands, Drawing Various Objects, ,              ELF
             Rectangles, Circles, Polygons etc.), Creating Rays, Drawing Curves and
             Points
  11.        View and Editing Drawing, Zoom Command, Regenerating and Redrawing           ELF
             the Display, Panning, Creating Isometric, Editing a Drawing, Selecting
             Objects
  12.        Electronic circuits drawing, Software and their use, OrCAD and EWB           MHR

  13.        Electronic Workbench, User Interface, Menus, Drawing Circuits, Testing       MHR
             Circuits, Circuits Description
  14.        Drawing and manipulating circuits, Results and verifications                 MHR
  15.        Experiments                                                                  MHR

   16.       Experiments                                                                  MHR
   17.       Viva/Presentations
18. &19.                               FINAL TERM EXAM


RECOMMENDED PRACTICAL TOPICS:

PRACTICAL                                           DESCRIPTION
   NO
        1.       Lettering and Symbols sheet.
        2.       Basic Geometry construction sheet.
        3.       Multiview Drawing Sheet (Emphasizing geometry & view details, center & hidden
                 lines)
        4.       Drawing objects in CAD (Emphasizing layering Concept)
        5.       Using AutoCAD Design Center to create Circuit diagrams.
        6.       Creating & editing surfaces.
        7.       Using EWB draw, run and test parallel and series-parallel circuits.

        8.       Design and Simulate Inductive Circuits.
     9.          Design and Simulate Nodal analysis.
    10.          Draw and run Mesh currents.
    11.          Design and Simulate Thevenin Theorem.
    12.          Using EWB draw, run and test half wave rectifier.
   13.   Draw and run negative and positive series clipper.
   14.   Design and Simulate Negative Shunt Clipper and positive shunt clipper.



LABORATORY:    Computer Lab
Course            BASIC MECHANICAL                    Credit Hours       Contact          Total Periods
 Code               ENGINEERING                         (Th-Pr)         Hrs/Week           Allocated
ME-102                                                    3-0            (Th-Pr)            (Th-Pr)
                                                                           3-0                32-0
COURSE OBJECTIVE:
The course is intended to give thorough understanding of the basic mechanical engineering
concepts.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
         Knowledge and Comprehension
         The course is designed to provide students a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the
         basic mechanical engineering concepts. The forces applied to physical systems and their effect.
         Applications and Analytical Skills
         To get an insight to the physical systems all around us and which are in our daily use. How do
         different types of forces behave differently by changing their conditions. To predict the expected
         response of the application of forces and their turning effects.

COURSE OUTLINE:
Fundamental concepts and principles of mechanics, fundamental units, moments and couples, laws of
equilibrium, free body diagrams; structures, frames and machines. Fundamentals of dynamics:
Applications of Newton's second law of motion, analysis of motion in two dimensional and three
dimensional spaces, methods of energy and momentum, applications of dynamics to the engineering
concepts, pulleys, chains, design of flywheel, bearings, mechanical power transmission, heat transfer.

PREREQUISITE(S):                     Vector concepts, Basic Physics concepts.
RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

S.NO.                         TITLE                            AUTHOR(S)                 ASSIGNED
                                                                                           CODE
   1.      Engineering Mechanics, Statics & Dynamics       J.L. Meriam & L.G.                M&K
           (5th ed.)                                       Kraige
   2.      Engineering Mechanics, Statics (10th ed.)             R.C. Hibbeler                RCH
   3.      Theory of Machines and Mechanisms               Joseph E. Shigley                   ES
   4.      Heat Transfer (2nd ed.)                         Yunus Cengel                       YC


TOPICS:
 WEEK                                        DESCRIPTION                                        TEXT
  NO.                                                                                          BOOKS
    1.        Introduction: Fundamental concepts of Mechanics, Principles of Mechanics          RCH
                                                                                                M&K
    2.        Background: Fundamental Units, their quantities and symbols.                      M&K
              Statics: Moment of Forces, Practical applications and numerical problems.
    3.        Statics: Couple of Forces, Practical applications and numerical problems,         M&K
              Equilibrium Conditions. Quiz #01
    4.        Basic Concepts of Statics: Laws of Equilibrium with critical study of             M&K
              Newton’s Laws of Motion, Free body Diagrams.
   5.      Basic Concepts of Statics: Getting expertise on Free body Diagrams of      M&K
           different conditions, Structures, Trusses and especially Plane Trusses.
   6.      Basic Concepts of Statics: Frames and Machines, Problem solving            M&K
           techniques.
   7.      Statics: Solution of problems from different sources to depict the         M&K
           applications of the techniques learned. Quiz # 02                          RCH

   8.      Statics: Revision of whatsoever learnt so far.                             M&K
                                                                                      RCH
   9.                                  MID TERM EXAM
  10.      Background of Dynamics: Fundamentals of Dynamics: Dynamics of              M&K
           Particle, Dynamics of Rigid body.
  11.      Types and applications of Dynamics: Kinematics & Kinetics (more            M&K
           relevant to the subject), Applications of Newton’s second law of motion.
           Quiz # 03
  12.      Applications of Dynamics: Analysis of Motion in two and three              M&K
           Dimensional Spaces.
  13.      Applications of Dynamics: Applications of Dynamics to the pulleys and      ES
           chains.
           Analysis Techniques: Methods of Energy & Momentum.
  14.      Applications of Dynamics: Applications of Dynamics to the design of        ES
           flywheel and bearings.
  15.      Applications of Dynamics: Mechanical Power Transmission.                   ES
  16.      Applications of Dynamics: Mechanical Power Transmission. (continued)       ES
           Quiz # 04
  17.      Thermal Power Engg.: Heat Transfer.                                        YC
18.& 19.                             FINAL TERM EXAMS
  Course               CIRCUIT             Credit Hours          Contact              Total Periods
   Code               ANALYSIS                (Th-Pr)           Hrs/Week               Allocated
  EE- 108                                       3-1              (Th-Pr)                (Th-Pr)
                                                                   3-3                   32-16

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
The objective of this course is to know the importance of Circuit Analysis. This Course will help students
to solve the circuits with the help of different techniques.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES:
After the successful completion of this course, the students will be able design and analyze electronic
circuits using different circuit analysis techniques.

COURSE OUTLINE:
Introduction to Series Circuits, Voltage Sources in Series, Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL), Interchanging
Series Elements, Voltage Divider Rule (VDR), Nodal Analysis (General Approach), Nodal Analysis
(Format Approach), Loop Analysis (General Approach), Loop Analysis (Format Approach), Norton;s
Theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, Linearity Property, Source Transformation.
Superposition Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem.
First Order circuits, Second Order circuits, Star Connection Delta Connection, Star-Delta Transformations
for AC and DC Circuits,

PREREQUISITE(S):                Intermediate Level Physics, Mathematics

RECOMMENDED TEXT BOOKS:

      S.NO.                    TITLE                      AUTHOR(S)          ASSIGNED CODE

           1.    Fundamentals of Electric Circuits Txt       Alexandar             ALXNDR
           2.    Introductory Circuit Analysis     Ref       Boylestad              BLSTD
           3.    Network Analysis                  Ref Van Valkenburg               VLBG
           4.    Fundamentals of Circuit Analysis Ref        FRANCO                  FRN


TOPICS:
 WEEK                               DESCRIPTION                                    TEXT BOOKS
  NO.
      1.        Introduction to Series Circuits, Voltage Sources in Series, ALXNDR,BLSTD,VLBG
                Interchanging Series Elements,
      2.        Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law (KVL)                                    ALXNDR
      3.        Kirchhoff’s Current Law (KCL)                                    ALXNDR
      4.        Current Divider Rule (CDR) , Voltage Divider Rule (VDR)          ALXNDR
      5.        Nodal Analysis (General Approach),                            ALXNDR, BLSTD,
                                                                                  VLBG
     6.         Nodal Analysis (Format Approach)                              ALXNDR, BLSTD,
                                                                                  VLBG
     7.         Loop Analysis (General Approach),                                ALXNDR
     8.         Loop Analysis (Format Approach),                                 ALXNDR
    9.                           MID TERM EXAM
   10.      Norton;s Theorem                                                    ALXNDR
   11.      Thevenin’s Theorem                                                  ALXNDR
   12.      Linearity Property, Source Transformation                           ALXNDR
   13.      Superposition Theorem, Reciprocity Theorem                       ALXNDR, BLSTD,
                                                                                 VLBG
   14.      Maximum Power Transfer Theorem                                   ALXNDR, BLSTD,
                                                                                 VLBG
   15.      Introduction to Capacitors, Introduction to Inductors.                FRN
   16.      First Order circuits                                                  FRN
   17.      Second Order circuits                                                 FRN
18. & 19.                        FINAL TERM EXAM




         PRACTICAL                                  DESCRIPTION
            NO
             1.          To study and implement Ohm’s Law
             2.          To study and implement series DC circuits
             3.          To study and implement parallel DC circuits
             4.          To study and implement combination of DC circuits




RECOMMENDED PRACTICAL TOPICS:
         5.       To study and implement power in DC circuits
         6.       To study and implement voltage divider circuit
         7.       To study and implement KVL
         8.       To study and implement KCL
        9.        To study and implement superposition theorem
        10.       To study and implement Norton’s theorem
        11.       To study and observe Thevienen’s theorems
        12        To study and implement Maximum Power Transform theorem
        13.       To study and observe DC bridge circuits
        14..      To study and implement Transients in series RC networks
        15.       To study and observe Transients in series RL networks




LABORATORY:    Electronics Lab

								
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