بایگانی بخش Under Course List

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Filters & Circuit Synthesis

Outline Syllabus:Introduction to network functions and their realizability conditions Amplitude characteristics approximations (such as Butterworth, Chebyshev, Inverse Chebyshev and Elliptical approximations) Phase characteristics approximation and delay (such as Bessel approximation) Synthesis of two pole networks consisting of two elements Synthesis of lossless four pole networks terminated in one or two resistors Synthesis of all pass networks Frequency and circuit transforms Introduction to active filters and their comparison with passive filters Active synthesis of second order transfer functions Synthesis of higher order transfer functions by cascading Other synthesis procedures for higher order transfer functionsCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric Circuits II Electronics IIICo-requisites:None

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Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

Outline Syllabus:Maxwell's equations in time varying fields Boundary conditions Plane wave propagation in unbounded media Polarization Poynting theorem Reflection and transmission at boundaries between media Wave equation in cylindrical waveguides and dielectric waveguides Parallel, rectangular and cylindrical waveguides and dielectric waveguides Transmission Lines Steady State and transient response Smith chart Impedance matching Stub tuningCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electromagnetics

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Microprocessors

Outline Syllabus:Microprocessor and its components Registers Control units Address and data buses Memories (ROM, RAM, EPROM, ...) Assembly language Analysis of a processing unit Methods of connection of interface units (I/O) to microcomputers (such as polling, interrupt) Priority and its execution (interrupt, daisychain such as interrupt- nonmaskable vector) Data transmission from processor to I/O and reverse direction in parallel and series schemes through interface IC's (such as PIO and STO in Z-80) Direct link of I/O with memory such as 8-bit microprocessors such as 6800, 8080, 8085 and Z-80 and their comparison Study of 16-bit microprocessors such as Z-8000, MC6800, 8086 and their comparison with 80bit microprocessors Standard buses such as RS-232, RS-482 and IEEE-488Credits: 3Pre-requisites:Computer OrganizationCo-requisites:None

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Pulse Technique Lab

Outline Syllabus:RC high pass and low pass circuits Diode and transistor time responses Voltage sweep with transistors Miller sweep Miller sweep with OP-AMP Digital sweep Free running sweep Bi-stable multivibrator Mono-stable multivibrator Astable multivibrator Schmitt-trigger IC 555Credits: 1Pre-requisites:Pulse Techniques Electronics Lab IICo-requisites:None

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Pulse Technique

Outline Syllabus:Pulse shaping by active and passive circuits Linear systems in pulse regimes Attenuators Diode and transistor reaction in pulse regimes Comparators Schmitt triggers Single state and double state and oscillating multivibrators Negative resistance and its uses Pulse amplifiers Circuits for linear voltage variation Triggering Operational amplifiers in pulse techniquesCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Logic Circuits Electronics IICo-requisites:None

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Communication Circuits Lab

Outline Syllabus:Amplitude modulation and detector circuits DSB and SSB modulation and demodulation circuits FM detection (Foster-Seely, Zero-Crossing and Weiss circuits) PLL characteristics Frequency synthesizers A/D and D/A conversion circuits Various types of oscillators PPM, PDM and PCM circuitsCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Communication CircuitsCo-requisites:None

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Communication Circuits

Outline Syllabus:Introduction to the fundamental s of filters High frequency circuit design Signal sources Power amplifiers of classes C, S and D Heterodyning Analog modulator circuits such as AM, DSB, SSB, FM, PM Demodulator and detector circuits Digital modulation circuits such as PAM, PDM, PCM Delta modulation Transmitters and receivers Multiplexing systems such as TDM and FDM Nonlinear modulation and demodulation Super-heterodyne receiver Duplexers Squelch circuits AFC AGCCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Communication systems I Electronics IIICo-requisites:None

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Electronics Lab III Project

Outline Syllabus:Design of two stage amplifiers with feedback and their frequency response and step voltage response Cascode amp. Differential amp. OP-AMP applications as inverting and non-inverting OP-AMP applications with one power supply and with stabilized power supplies OP-AMP applications for integration and differentiating Comparators RC oscillators Wien-Bridge Osc. Phase shift Osc. LC Osc. Colpitts Osc. Narrowband amplifiers Tuned amplifiersCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Electronics III Electronics Lab IICo-requisites:None

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Electronics III

Outline Syllabus:Nonlinear application of operational amplifiers Equivalent circuits of transistors and FET at high frequencies Frequency response of amplifiers Amplifier stability Compensation circuits Oscillators Narrow-band amplifiers Broadband amplifiersCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electronics IICo-requisites:None

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Electronics Lab II

Outline Syllabus:Class A amplifiers with RC and transformer coupling Constant current and constant voltage power supplies Class A and class AB amplifiers Push-pull amplifiers Frequency response of amplifiers and its 3-dB points UJT transistor characteristics and its applications Types of feedback Feedback in amplifiers Stabilizing power supplies by feedback Familiarization with JFET and its characteristics curves Measurements of various parameters Common drain and common source amplifiers and their frequency responsesCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Electronics II Electronics Lab ICo-requisites:None

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Power Systems Analysis I

Outline Syllabus:Primary definitions of systems and signals Various kinds of systems Introduction to modeling of various physical systems Analysis of linear and time independent (Continuous and discrete) systems Impulse response Convolution integral Fourier analysis Energy density Spectrum and power sampling theorem System analysis by Laplace transform Block diagram Signal flow graphs System analysis in state space (continuous and discrete) Z transform Discrete system analysis by the Z transformCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric circuits IICo-requisites:None

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General Workshop

Outline Syllabus:Familiarity with principles of safety and hygiene in workshops Correct method of using tools and machines in workshops Correct use and application of equipment Tools and Machines in various workshops such as: Machine shop, welding shop, Sheet metal shop, Carpentry, etc.Credits: 1Pre-requisites:None

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Physics Lab II

Outline Syllabus:Familiarity with oscilloscopes Familiarity with galvanometer and its conversion to ammeter, voltmeter and ohmmeter Investigation of Kerchief's laws Measurement of resistance Wheatstone bridge Calvin bridge Measurement of capacitance Charging and discharging of condensers Measurement of inductance and impedance (RC and RL circuits) Measurement of electromotive force of batteries and their internal resistanceCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Physics IICo-requisites:None

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Physics Lab I

Outline Syllabus:Determination of specific heat Determination of expansion coefficient of liquids Determination of latent heat of ice melting Determination of latent heat of evaporation Determination of linear expansion coefficient of solids Determination of surface tension of liquids Determination of the coefficient of heat conduction of solids Investigation of Boyler's law Marriott law Viscosity Familiarity with measuring instruments and calculation of errorsCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Physics ICo-requisites:None

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Physics II

Outline Syllabus:Charge and matter Coulomb's law Electric field Electric field intensity Gauss' law and its relation to Coulomb's law Electric potential Electric potential energy Calculations of potential difference Capacitors and capacitance Permittivity and dielectric constant Electric current Electric resistance Ohm's law Electromotive force Multi-loop circuits Kerchief's laws Voltmeter Ammeter Potentiometer Wheatstone bridge Magnetic field Magnetic field intensity Magnetic flux Magnetic forces of current carrying conductors Hall's effect Ampere's law Faraday's law and induction Lenz's law Varying magnetic fields Inductors and inductance Alternating currents and single loop circuits AC power ElectromagneticsCredits: 2Pre-requisites:Math I

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Physics I

Outline Syllabus:Vector Analysis Equilibrium of particles Newton's laws of motion Linear motion Motions with constant and varying accelerations Planar motion Circular motion Motion of satellites and planets Effect of earth's motion on gravity Work and Energy Gravitational potential energy Elastic potential Power Impulse Conservation of linear momentum Elastic and inelastic collisions Rocket motion Rotational Motion Angular acceleration Moment of inertia Angular momentum Gyroscope Harmonic motion Simple pendulum Angular harmonic motion of pendulum Temperature Heat and heat equilibrium Amount of heat Mechanical equivalent of heat and work The first law of thermodynamics Kinetic theory of gasses Ideal gas Mean free part Distribution of molecular velocity Change of state and thermodynamic transformations Sate equation (van der Wals) Entropy The second law f thermodynamics Reversible and irreversible entropy Physical state change of matter Different phases and state transformations due to heat Heat transfer (conduction, convection, radiation)Credits: 4Pre-requisites:Math I or concurrent

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Engineering Probability & Statistics

Outline Syllabus:Theory of sets Samples and their tabular representations together with their mean values Expected and median values Variance Combination and permutation and related theorems Random Variables Probability density function and cumulative distribution function Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributaries Multi-Variable distribution function Random Numbers Random Sampling Estimation of statistical parameters Decision hypothesis Variance analysis Regression Correlation Nonparametric MethodCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Math I

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Numerical Computation Methods

Outline Syllabus:Errors Extrapolation Determination of roots of equations by several methods Numerical Differentiation and integration Numerical methods for the solution of ordinary differential equations of first and second order Matrix operations and determination of their eigenvalues Solution of systems of linear and nonlinear equations Method of least squaresCredits: 2Pre-requisites:Computer Programming Differential equations or concurrent

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Computer Programming

Outline Syllabus:Computers and their types Programming languages Programming by Fortran IV Numbers and symbols Constant and variable quantities Computation statements Mathematics functions Input and output statements Conditional commands Repeat command Variables with indices Common memory General memory Auxiliary memory Subroutines Main routine Writing several computer programsCredits: 2Pre-requisites:None

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Electrical Installations

Outline Syllabus:Illumination Light intensity and its unit Eye sensitivity Vacuum, gas and fluorescent lamps Starting fluorescent lamps Sodium lamps and their starting Mercury, infrared and ultraviolet lamps, Neon lamps Applications of lamps Basic quantities and their calculations Illumination diagrams and tables Economic considerations Electric symbols used in wiring and illumination drawings Illumination calculations for houses, streets, public places and large auditoriums Security and safety illumination Provision of electrical energy Allowed voltage drop Division of electrical loading Calculation of cable and wire cross sections Current standards of household appliances Ground conductors Design of displays Security and alarm systems Protection of buildings against lightning TV antenna systems Emergency systems Batteries Diesel generators Rectifiers InvertersCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Power System Analysis ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Drawings

Outline Syllabus:Familiarization with the symbols and standards of electrical drawings Electrical installation drawings Wiring and illumination drawings Digital diagrams Combination of relays and contactors Analog diagrams Control Systems Electrical drawing for power stations, transmission and distribution stations Control and instrumentation circuit diagrams Protection and control Communication systems and switchingCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Course in the first three semestersCo-requisites:None

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Industrial Electronics

Outline Syllabus:Definition and history of industrial electronics Electrostatic transducers of electrical energy Applications of industrial electronics in industry Structure of thyristors and their operation and characteristic curves Control circuits for thyristors and their protection Structure and operation of diacs and triacs Power transistors and their characteristics in on and off applications Darlington circuits in power engineering Current converters Half wave single phase converters Converters as rectifiers with ohmic loads Inductive loads and general loads Shapes of the load current and voltage Determination of extinguishing angle Converters as inverter Half wave multiphase convertersCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electronics IICo-requisites:None

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Electronics Measurement

Outline Syllabus:Concepts and importance of electrical measurements Primary definitions Components of measurement systems Errors and error analysis Classification of measurement equipment Ordinary oscilloscope Recorders Analog measuring equipment (with permanent magnets, moving coils, moving soft iron, electrodynamics, inductive ferrodynamic, electrostatic) DC/AC ammeters and voltmeters Methods of measuring very low and very high values of voltage and current Measuring equipment with multipliers Single and three phase, active and reactive power meters Measurement of resistance, capacitance and inductance Q meters Bridges Transducers Digital measuring equipmentCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric Circuits ICo-requisites:None

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Industrial Control lab

Outline Syllabus:Investigation of industrial control systems Heat transfer Pneumatic and hydraulic systems Industrial control systems for DC servomotors Design of compensators Operation and performance of position and speed control systemsCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Industrial ControlCo-requisites:None

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Industrial Control

Outline Syllabus:Industrial processes Linearization of nonlinear differential equations Experimental determination of process characteristics First degree transfer function of processes with delay Process modeling with a single time constant and a single delay Modeling of processes with double time constants and delay Liquid processes (elevation control, flow control, pressure control, stirring tank process, mixing, heat exchange, generation of electricity, industrial examples) Rolling processes (thickness control, tension control) Various control system (aero planes, ships, guided objects) Building controllers Wind controllers such as DIP, Electronics controllers of DIP Two state controllers Regulators (such as IAE-ISB, ZN-ITAE) Regulators for simple processes Analysis of two-state controllers Direct control of processes by computers such as DDC Examples of industrial control in chemical, cement and steel industriesCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Linear Control SystemsCo-requisites:None

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Linear Control Systems lab

Outline Syllabus:Familiarization with DC servomotors Study of position and speed feedback control loops Methods for improvement of the response of a position control system System simulation by analog computers Investigation of second order systems and designing various controllers for the improvement of the response of second order systems DC and AC control Systems Familiarization with robots and their programmingCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Linear Control Systems Electronics Lab ICo-requisites:None

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Linear Control Systems

Outline Syllabus:Applications of feedback Modeling of feedback systems Definitions of stability Transfer functions F(s) Zero and poles of transfer functions and their representations in the coordinate systems (S plane) Criteria of system efficiency in transient and stable states Kinds of systems Servo-mechanisms Controllers (such as O, PI, PD, PID) Investigation of the stability of a system by the methods of root locus and Hurwitz Extended fractions Frequency response and Bode diagram Polar diagrams and Nyquist criterion Nichols diagram M curves and their applications Approximate methods for the reduction of high order systems State space Control system design and compensators Analog modelingCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric circuits II Electric machines ICo-requisites:None

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Logic Circuits Lab

Outline Syllabus:Logic gates Familiarization with several logic circuits and determination of parameters of digital IC's Several combinatorial circuits (Decoder, Multiplexer, parity generators and checkers) Displays Study of types of flip-flops Asynchronous counters Shift registersCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Logic Circuits Electronics Lab ICo-requisites:None

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Logic Circuits

Outline Syllabus:Number systems Boolean algebra and related rules Logic gates (such as RTL, DTL, MDTL, TTL) and related algebra Combinatorial circuits (such as comparators, coders, code converters, combiners) Sequential circuits (such as flip-flops, shift registers, counters, synchronous and asynchronous logic circuits) Study of various types of codesCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electronics ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Machine Lab. I

Outline Syllabus:Study of no load and short circuit of transformers Transformers on load Study of on load and loading conditions of shunt generators No load and loading conditions of generators with independent excitation Characteristics of compound generators Determination of characteristics of series motors and methods of RPM control Shunt motors and compound motorsCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Electric Machines ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Machines II

Outline Syllabus:Transformers Construction of single phase transformers Investigation of no loading state Loss and efficiency Parallel operation of single phase transformers Familiarity with three phase transformers AC machines General construction of three phase machines Theory of rotating fields Rotating magneto-motive force Nominal characteristics of asynchronous motors Equivalent circuits of asynchronous motors Torque curve Slippage, loss and efficiency Starting asynchronous motors Circle diagrams Familiarity with synchronous machinesCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric Machines ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Machines I

Outline Syllabus:Magnetic circuits Magnetic field energy Electromagnetic conversion of force and torque in electromagnetic systems DC machines Machine construction Review and determination of electromotive force (EMF) Various types of windings Armature reaction Compensating windings Types of machine excitations No-load and on load conditions of DC machines and their characterizations (Generator, motor and brake conditions) Starting and control of RPM of DC motors Loss and efficiency of machines Parallel connection of DC generators Various applications of DC machinesCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electromagnetics Electric Circuits ICo-requisites:None

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Electronics II

Outline Syllabus:Cascaded amplifiers using BJT and FET Power amplifiers Current sources Feedback in amplifiers DC amplifiers Differential amplifiers Operational amplifiers Offset in Op-Amps and its compensation Various applications of Op-Amps such as in stabilized voltage and current sources OscillatorsCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electronics ICo-requisites:None

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Electronics Lab. I

Outline Syllabus:Familiarization with diodes and their volt-ampere characteristics Diode application s in rectifiers Diode applications as clipper, clamper and limiter Voltage amplifiers Familiarization with transistors such as their types Measurement of leaky currents (ICBO, ICEO, ICES) and β Input/Output characteristic curves of transistors such as PNP and NPN Determination of h-parameters by transistor characteristics Investigation of active states of transistors (cut-off, saturation, operating point) Transistor amplification in configurations of common-emitter, common-collector and common base Darlington amplifiers Simple power supplies using Zener diodes and transistorsCredits: 1Pre-requisites:Electronics I Electric Circuits and Instrumentation Lab ICo-requisites:None

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Electronics I

Outline Syllabus:N and P type semiconductors Current and voltage equations Diode equivalent circuit Diode circuits Half-wave and full-wave rectifiers Clipping circuits Clamping circuits Multipliers Transistors and their biasing Operating points for various transistor circuit configurations Low frequency and small signal equivalent circuits of transistors Single stage transistor amplifier Transistors in switching circuits Study of JFET in various circuit configurations Biasing and equivalent circuits of amplifiers using FEET, MOS transistor N-MOS, P-MOS, C-MOS UJT transistor and its applications in ramp generatorsCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric Circuits ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Circuits II

Outline Syllabus:Coupling and coupled components Nodal and mesh analysis Networks, loops and cut-set analysis Complex frequency analysis Applications of Laplace transform to electric circuits Transfer functions of networks Natural frequencies Convolution theorem in time and frequency domains System function Frequency analysis and Bode diagram for networks State variables and equations Network analysis through state equations Network theorems (Reciprocity, Thevenin, Norton, Substitution, Superposition, Telegan) Two-pole networksCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electric Circuits ICo-requisites:None

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Electrical Circuits I

Outline Syllabus:Lumped circuits and Kirchhoff's laws Circuit components and their characteristics Simple RLC circuits Thevenin's and Norton's equivalent circuits Nodal and mesh analysis of networks Thevenin's, Norton's, Superposition and maximum power transfer theorems applied to simple circuits RC, RL and RLC circuits and their response to step, impulse and zero excitations Zero state, sinusoidal steady-state analysis Resonance Single and three phase circuits Power in three phase systemsCredits: 3Pre-requisites:Electricity and Magnetism (Physics II) Differential EquationsCo-requisites:None

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Engineering Mathematics

Outline Syllabus:Fourier series and its integration Fourier transform Partial differential equations Wave equation with one variable Method of separation of variables Wave equation with two variables Laplace's equation in rectangular, Cylindrical and spherical coordinates Elliptic Equations Parabolic Equation Hyperbolic equation Analytic functions Conformal Mapping Various integrals Linear Integral in the complex plane Cauchy's theorem Taylor's expansion Mac Lauren's expansion Integration by the method of residuals Theorem of residuesCredits: 4Pre-requisites:Math II Differential Equations

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Industrial Drawing

Outline Syllabus:Introduction to the inception of industrial drawing and its applications Definition of projection Drawing of projections and pictures Point, lines, objects on picture plane Principle picture planes Drawing of three projections Geometrical relations among projections Drawing instruments Standard sizes of drafting papers Types of lines and their applications Drawing legends Methods of drawing three projections of an object Front view, side view, top view and method of drawing six projections of an object Letters and number used in writting sizes Drawing a projection of an object by its known projections by the method of identifying surfaces and volumes Definition of section Simple sections (symmetrical and unsymmetrical) Broken-out section (radial and inline) Full section, half section, rotated section, removed section and exceptional sections Pictorial drawing and its applications Orthographic projection Isometric projection Diametric projection Trimetric projection Oblique projection Cavalier projection Cabinet projectionCredits: 1Pre-requisites:NoneCo-requisites:None

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Electrical Workshop

Outline Syllabus:Prevention of electric shock Lightning arrestors Ground connection and earthling types of cables Overhead wires Connectors Voltage circuit breakers Power circuit breakers Single pole keys Double pole switches Adaptors Systems of alarm transmission Relays Control circuits and contactors Insulators Industrial, household and internal wiring systems Construction and installation of low/high distribution boards Various types of transformersCredits: 1Pre-requisites:General Workshop