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Department of Instrumentation & Control Engineering

Established in the year 2001, the department offers B. Tech programme Faculty List
in Instrumentation & Control Engineering, two Masters program-M.Tech
in Control Systems and M.Tech in Astronomy & Space Engineering and Professor & Head
PhD in specialized areas. The department has become a centre of Dr Dayananda Nayak, PhD (Vinayak Missions University, Salem)
excellence in the field with its emphasis on latest technology and the
efforts of the committed and dynamic faculty. The department has well Professor
equipped state of the art UG, PG and research laboratories. The Dr V I George, PhD (Bharathidasan University)
department has very good Industry - Institute interaction and has Dr Shreesha C, PhD (IIT Mumbai)
conducted several Staff Development Programmes and Conferences
(CISCON). The course was accredited by NBA for five years since 2008.
Associate Professor
The curriculum is updated periodically to reflect changes in
Dr C Gurudas Nayak, PhD (Manipal University)
instrumentation and control profession in consultation with industrial
experts and experts from renowned academic institutions. Dr Surekha Kamath, PhD (Manipal University)
Dr I Thirunavukkarasu, PhD (Manipal University)

Academic Programmes offered Dr Meenatchisundaram, PhD (Manipal University)

B. Tech - Instrumentation & control Engineering (since 2001)

Assistant Professor - Selection Grade
M. Tech - Control Systems (since 2005)
Ms Sandra D'Souza, BE, M.Tech
M. Tech - Astronomy and Space Engineering (since 2007)
Assistant Professor - Senior Scale
Mr Cyril Joseph, M.Tech
Facilities and Resources
Dr Santhosh K V, PhD (NIT, Silchar)
The Department has well equipped laboratories in the areas of
Ms Vidya S Rao, M.Tech
Instrumentation and transducers, Analog Electronics, Circuits and
Ms Bhagya R Navada, M.Tech
Measurements, Process Instrumentation Control, Control Systems,
Microcontrollers and Microprocessors, soft computing, and Space Mr Bipin Krishna, M.Tech
Engineering etc. The major equipment in the department: SCADA, Ms Preeti Mohanty, M.Tech
Control valves, Calibration equipment, PLC, Helicopter Simulator, Ball Mr C R Srinivasan, M.Tech, MBA
and Beam system, Magnetic Levitation System, Twin Rotor, Universal Mr Anjan Gudigar, M.Tech
Process Trainer, Qbot, 3 tank control system, Process control trainer etc.
The Department has access to MIT digital library, which is well equipped Assistant Professor
through IEEE, Science Direct and other on line journals and magazines. Mr Santhosh Kumar Choudhary, M.Tech
The department has expertise available in the field of robust control, Mr P Chenchu Sai Babu, M.Tech
neural network and fuzzy logic, mobile communications, biomedical Ms Nanditha Nair, M.Tech
instrumentation, adaptive control, electronics & instrumentation, MEMS, Ms D K Krishna Kumari, M.Tech
sensor technology, hybrid systems, control relevant identification, Mr Aneesha Acharya K, M.Tech
nonlinear systems and computer vision etc. The department is involved Mr Mukund Kumar Menon, M.Tech
in active research work in the above emerging fields. The faculty to
Mr Winston Netto, M.Tech
student ratio is 1:15. In addition, there are five adjunct professors from
Dr Raghavendra U, PhD (Manipal University)
various prestigious organizations in India, who will be invited regularly for
Mr Ramakrishna Kini, M.Tech
add on lectures.
Mr Nevin Augustine, M.Tech
Faculty of the department regularly publish many papers in
Ms Sravani V, M.Tech
National/International Journals. They are also participating in
summer/winter schools, workshops and International/ National Mr Kapil Sadani, M.Tech
conferences. Many of our past students are pursuing higher studies in Mr Sumit Shinde, M.Tech
various international universities. The students are encouraged to
participate in curricular and co-curricular activities and their efforts have
resulted in appreciation for the department. The activity of
Instrumentation Society of India, Manipal student chapter is coordinated
by the department.



Subject Code Subject Name L T P C Subject Code Subject Name L T P C
MAT 2102 Engineering Mathematics III 2 1 0 3 MAT 2208 Engineering Mathematics IV 2 1 0 3
ICE 2101 Electrical Circuit Analysis 3 1 0 4 ICE 2201 Signals And Systems 2 1 0 3
ICE 2102 Electrical and Electronics Measurements 3 0 0 3 ICE 2202 Industrial Instrumentation 4 0 0 4
ICE 2103 Digital Electronics Circuits 2 1 0 3 ICE 2203 Linear Control Theory 3 1 0 4
II ICE 2104 Analog Electronic Circuits 2 1 0 3 ICE 2204 Analog System Design 2 1 0 3
ICE 2105 Sensors And Transducers 3 0 0 3 *** **** Open Elective I 3 0 0 3
ICE 2111 Logic Design Lab 0 0 6 2 ICE 2211 Analog Systems Lab 0 0 6 2
ICE 2112 Circuits Simulation Lab 0 0 3 1 ICE 2212 Measurements & Transducers Lab 0 0 3 1
15 4 9 22 16 4 9 23
ICE 3101 Modern Control Theory 3 1 0 4 HUM 4002 Engineering Economics and Financial Management 2 1 0 3
ICE 3102 Biomedical Instrumentation 3 0 0 3 ICE 3201 Industrial Automation 4 0 0 4
ICE 3103 Communication Systems 3 0 0 3 ICE 3202 Digital Signal Processing 3 1 0 4

ICE 3104 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers 3 0 0 3 ICE **** Program Elective I 3 0 0 3
ICE 3105 Control System Components 4 0 0 4 ICE **** Program Elective II 3 0 0 3
ICE 3106 Process Instrumentation & Control 3 0 0 3 *** **** Open Elective II 3 0 0 3
ICE 3111 Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Lab 0 0 6 2 ICE 3211 Control Systems Simulation Lab 0 0 3 1
ICE 3112 Industrial Instrumentation Lab 0 0 3 1 ICE 3212 Process Control Lab 0 0 3 1
19 1 9 23 18 2 6 22
HUM 4001 Essentials of Management 2 1 0 3 ICE 4297 Seminar 1
ICE 4101 Analytical and Optical Instrumentation 4 0 0 4 ICE 4298 Industrial Training 1
ICE **** Program Elective III 3 0 0 3 ICE 4299 Project Work/Practice School 12
ICE**** Program Elective IV 3 0 0 3
ICE **** Program Elective V 3 0 0 3
ICE **** Program Elective VI 3 0 0 3
ICE 4111 Virtual Instrumentation 0 1 2 2
ICE 4112 Automation Lab 0 0 3 1
18 2 5 22 14
Minor Specialisations
I. Applied Electronics MAT 2102: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - III [2 1 0 3]
1. ICE 4001: Digital System Design Functions of complex variable. Analytic function, C-R equations,
2. ICE 4002: Embedded System Design differentiation, Integration of complex function, Cauchy's integral
3. ICE 4003: Real Time Embedded Systems formula. Taylor's and Laurent Series, Singular points, Residues,
4. ICE 4004: VLSI Design Cauchy's residue theorem. Periodic function, Fourier Series expansion,
even and odd functions, functions with arbitrary periods, Half range
expansions Fourier transform, Parseval's identity, PDE-Solution by
II. Process Control method of separation of variables and by indicated transformations. One
1. ICE 4005: Chemical Process Systems dimensional wave equation, One dimensional heat equation and their
2. ICE 4006: Instrumentation and Control In solutions. Vector differential operator, gradient divergence and curl. Line,
Petrochemical Industries surface and volume integrals. Green's theorem, Divergence and Stoke's
3. ICE 4007: Instrumentation System Design
4. ICE 4008: Nonlinear Control Systems
1. Grewal B. S. Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers.
III. Sensor Technology 2. Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engg. Mathematics, Wiley Eastern.
1. ICE 4009: Advanced Sensor Technology 3. Gerald and Wheatley, Applied Numerical Analysis, (5e).
2. ICE 4010: Microelectromechanical Systems 4. Murray R. Spiegel, Vector Analysis, Schaum Publishing Co., 1959
3. ICE 4011: Multisensor Data Fusion 5. Narayanan, Ramaniah and Manicavachagom Pillay, Advanced
4. ICE 4012: Smart Sensors Engineering Mathematics, Vol 3.


IV. Business Management
Network theorem as applied to DC and AC circuits with independent and
1. HUM 4011: Financial Management dependent sources, Series and parallel resonance, Initial and final
2. HUM 4012: Human Resource Management conditions RL and RC circuits, time constant, multi-loop RL and RC
3. HUM 4013: Marketing Management circuits, response to sinusoidal and exponential excitations of RLC
4. Hum 4014: Operations and Systems Management circuits, Laplace transform of standard signals and their characteristics,
equations of waveforms and their derivatives, Applications of Laplace
Transform in network analysis, Two Port Network, Network elements,
Other Programme Electives classifications and configurations, Network Parameters and their Inter-
1. ICE 4013: Applied Optimal Control relationships.
2. ICE 4014: Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic
3. ICE 4015: Biomedical Control Systems References:
4. ICE 4016: Biomedical Equipments 1. A. Chakrabarti, Circuit Theory (Analysis and Synthesis), 2004
5. ICE 4017: Computer Networks & Protocol 2. Hayt, W.H & J.E. Kemmerly, Engineering Circuit Analysis, MGH,
6. ICE 4018: Computational Techniques
3. Schaum's outline series, Electric Circuits, MGH, 1992
7. ICE 4019: Computer Vision 4. C.L. Wadhwa, Network Analysis and Synthesis, New Age
8. ICE 4020: Control System Design International Publishers, 2003
9. ICE 4021: Digital Image Processing
10. ICE 4022: Digital Control Systems ICE 2102: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS
11. ICE 4023: Fundamentals of Aerospace Vehicles MEASUREMENTS [3 0 0 3]
12. ICE 4024: Object Oriented Programming with C++ Basics of measurements. A.C Bridges. Measurement of power & Energy
(Digital energy meter).Block diagram, working principle, applications of
13. ICE 4025: Operations Research
Oscilloscopes Analog CRO, DSO, voltage probes, current probe.
14. ICE 4026: Optimization Techniques Measurement using CRO's: Digital storage, Display devices Dot matrix,
15. ICE 4027: Power Electronics segmental, LED, LCD, Digital meters Multimeter, Frequency meter, Q-
16. ICE 4028: Power Plant Instrumentation meter, LCR meter : Block (circuit) diagram, Principle of operation,
17. ICE 4029: Reliability and Safety Engineering application, Recorders Analog, Digital. Regulated Power Supply,
Spectrum analyzer.
18. ICE 4030: Robotics Systems & Control
19. ICE 4031: Robust Control
20. ICE 4032: Wireless Sensor Technology 1. David A. Bell, Electronic Instrumentation & Measurements, Reston
Publication, Virginia, 1983.
Open Electives 2. Oliver & Cage, Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation, MGH,
1. ICE 3281: Introduction to Industrial Instrumentation 1975.
2. ICE 3282: Programmable Logic Controller 3. Cooper W.D & Helfrick A.D, Electronic Instrumentation &
3. ICE 3283: Virtual Instrumentation Measurement Techniques, (3e), MGH, 1975.
4. A.K. Sawhney, A Course in Electrical & Electrical Measurement &
4. ICE 3284: Sensor Technology
Instrumentation, Dhanpath Rai publishing, 1994.
ICE 2103: DIGITAL ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS [2 1 0 3] Magnitude comparator & Parity checker / generator, Multiplexers &
Review of Logic Gates; truth tables; De Morgan's theorem. Demultiplexers, Encoders & Decoders. Study of Flip flops, Counters,
Combinational Logic Circuits: SOP & POS; min and max terms; K-map, Shift Registers, Synchronous sequential circuits, Asynchronous
VEM. Arithmetic Circuits, Data Processing Circuits: Multiplexers, sequential circuits
decoders; encoders; parity generators; parity checkers. Flip-Flops,
Sequential Logic Circuits: Registers and counters, asynchronous down References:
counter, synchronous counters, pre-settable counters, State Machines 1. Morris M. Mano, Digital Design, Pearson Education, 2000.
excitation table; memory, serial binary adder, parity bit generator. D/A 2. Ronald J. Tocci, Digital Systems, Pearson Education, 2003.
converters, A/D converters. 3. William I. Fletcher, An Engineering Approach to Digital Design,
Prentice Hall of India, 2002.
References: 4. Donald P Leach, Albert Paul Malvino, Goutam Saha, Digital
1. Donald P Leach, Albert Paul Malvino, Goutam Saha, Digital Principles and Applications, (7e), Tata McGraw Hill, 2010
Principles and Applications, (7e), Tata McGraw Hill, 2010
2. Ronald J. Tocci, Neal S. Widmer, Gregory L. Moss, Digital Systems - ICE 2112: CIRCUITS SIMULATION LAB [0 0 3 1]
Principles & Applications, (10e), Pearson. 2008 Electric circuit simulation using Matlab- basic functions in MATLAB,
3. M. Morris Mano, Digital Design: With an Introduction to Verilog steady state analysis, transient analysis of RC circuit, ODE solvers.
HDL, (5e), Pearson. 2013 Introduction to SIMULINK, Simulation of RL and RLC circuits. Electric
4. Anand Kumar, Fundamentals of Digital Circuits, (2e), PHI, 2009 circuit simulation using PSPICE- steady state analysis, transient
analysis, analysis of diode circuits, BJT and FET circuits.
Review of transistor characteristics, Comparison and applications of the References:
CE, CB, CC configuration, Cascade connections, Darlington 1. MATLAB online help and documentation, R2011.
configuration. Characteristics of FETs, Transfer characteristics, 2. William Palm III, Introduction to MATLAB 6.0 for Engineers, MGH
specification, MOSFET, VMOS, CMOS, FET and MOSFET biasing, FET 2001.
small signal modelling, Current Mirror for FET. Voltage regulation, 3. Rashid M.H, Spice for Circuits and Electronics using PSPICE, PHI,
Capacitor filter, R-C filter, Series & Shunt voltage regulator. Classification 1995.
of amplifiers, Distortion in amplifiers, Frequency response of an
amplifier, Large Signal Amplifiers, Transformer coupled amplifier, push-
pull amplifier, Oscillators. FOURTH SEMESTER

References: MAT 2208: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - IV [2 1 0 3]

1. Sedra A. S., & K. C. Smith, Micro Electronic Circuits, OUP. 1999 Statistics: Mean, Median, Mode measures of dispersion. Finite sample
2. Millman and Halkias, Integrated Electronics: Analog and Digital spaces, conditional probability and independence, Bayes' theorem, one
Circuits and Systems, TMH. 1992 dimensional random variable, mean, variance, Chebyshev's inequality.
3. Boylestad and Nashelsky, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory, Two and higher dimensional random variables, covariance, correlation
(5e), PHI. 1993. coefficient, curve fitting. Binomial, Poisson, uniform, normal, gamma,
4. Behzad Razavi, Fundamentals of Microelectronics, (2e), John Chi-square and exponential distributions. Moment generating function,
Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014 Functions of one and two dimensional random variables, Sampling
theory, Central limit theorem. Difference equations with constant
coefficients, solutions. Z- transforms and Inverse Z-transforms.
Solutions of Difference equations using Z-transforms. Solution of
Standards, Configurations & Functional description, I/o configuration, boundary value problems, Numerical solutions of Laplace and Poisson
selection of transducers Generalized Measurement System, equations, heat and wave equations by explicit methods.
Transducers, Generalized Performance Characteristics, Variable
Resistance Transducers: potentiometers, strain guages, Variable
Capacitance Transducers, Variable Inductive Transducers: LVDT, Hall
effect, solid state, synchros Piezo Electric Transducers, pH Electrodes, 1. P. L. Meyer, Introduction to probability and Statistical Applications,
Concept and methods of pH Measurement, Optoelectronic Transducers (2e), American Publishing Co., 1979.
and Smart Sensors. 2. Erwin Kreyszig, Advanced Engineering Mathematics, (5e), Wiley
Eastern, 1985.
References: 3. A. V. Openheim & R. W. Schafer, Digital Signal Processing,
Prentice Hall, 1975.
1. Doeblin, Measurement Systems, (4e) McGraw Hill, New York.
1992 4. Hogg & Craig, Introduction to Mathematical Statistics, (4e),
MacMillan, 1975.
2. DVS Murthy, Transducers & Instrumentation, PHI, New Delhi. 1999
5. Narayanan Ramaniah and Manicavachagom Pillay, Advanced
3. A.K. Sawhney, Electrical & Electronic Measurements and
Engineering Mathematics, Vol 3.
Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai & Co, New Delhi. 2002
4. H.K.P. Neubert, Instrument Transducers, Oxford University press
Delhi, 1988 ICE 2201: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS [2 1 0 3]
Introduction: Classification, Basic operations, Elementary signals and
functions, interconnections of operations, properties of systems. Time
ICE 2111: LOGIC DESIGN LAB [0 0 6 2]
domain representations for linear time-invariant systems: convolution:
Study on Gate parameters and IC Data sheets, Logic Gates: i) Key
Impulse response, properties, Differential and difference equation
parameters ii) Implementation of Boolean functions. Design of Code
representations, Block diagram representations. Fourier representations
Conversion Circuits, Arithmetic circuits: Adders & Subtractors,

for signals: Discrete-time periodic signals: The Fourier transforms amplifier, instrumentation and summing amplifier, practical differentiator
properties of Fourier representations. Applications of Fourier and integrator, voltage to current converter, current to voltage converter,
representations. clippers, clampers, active filters, Comparator, Schmitt trigger,
multivibrator, wave generator, rectifier, peak detector, V/f and f/V
References: converters. 555 Timer, PLL, VCO, R-C phase shift, Wein-bridge, Hartley,
1. Haykin Simon, Veen Barry Van, Signals and Systems, John Wiley Colpitts and crystal oscillators, D/A and A/D converters
&Sons, New Delhi, 2008.
2. Alan V. Oppenheim, A.S.Willsky, Signals and Systems, PHI. References:
/Pearson Education, New Delhi, 2003. 1. Ramakant Gayakwad, Op Amps and Linear Integrated Circuits,
3. H.Hsu, R. Ranjan, Signals and Systems, Schaums's outline, Tata (2e), Pearson. 1990.
McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2006. 2. Sergio Franko, Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog
4. B.P.Lathi., Linear systems and Signals, Oxford University Press, Integrated Circuits, 1989.
2005. 3. Robert F. Coughlin and Frederick S. Driscoll, Operational Amplifiers
5. S. N. Iyer, Signals and Systems, Cengage Publications, 2011. and Linear Integrated Circuits, Pearson education (Singapore) Pvt
ltd. 2002.
ICE 2202: INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION [4 0 0 4] 4. D Roy Choudhury and Shail Jain, Linear Integrated Circuits, New
Temperature Measurement: RTD, thermistor, thermocouple, optical age International pvt. Ltd. 2003.
pyrometers, radiation, and thermal conductivity. Pressure Measurement:
Elastic types, Electrical types, Low Pressure Measurement. Flow ICE 2211: ANALOG SYSTEMS LABORATORY [0 0 6 2]
Measurement: Head type, variable area flow meters. Radiation types, Inverting and Non inverting amplifiers using OPAMP, Op-Amp Summing
Measurement of mass flow rate. Measurement of Speed and Amplifiers and difference amplifier using OPAMP,Integrator using OPAMP,
Acceleration: Tachometers - Velocity and Vibration Measurements. Level Differentiator using OPAMP Comparator and Schmitt trigger circuits
Measurement: Direct methods, indirect methods, Electrical. Moisture using OPAMP, Astable and Monostable multivibrator using OPAMP, Wein
and Humidity Measurement. Measurement of Viscosity. Measurement of Bridge Oscillator using OPAMP, Second order Butter worth active filters
Thickness. using OPAMP, Waveform Generations using OPAMP, Astable
multivibrator using 555 timer, Monostable Multivibrator using 555 timer,
References: Schmitt trigger circuits using 555 timer.
1.Noltingk B, Instrumentation Reference Book, (2e), Butter worth
Heinemann, Oxford. 1996 References:
2.Liptak B. G, Handbook of Process Measurement and Analysis, (3e), 1. Malvino, Electronic Principles,TMH,1999
Chilton Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania. 1995 2. Ramakanth Gayakwad, Opamp and linear Integrated Circuits,
3.Douglas M. Considine, Process / Industrial Instruments & Controls Pearson, 1992
Handbook, (4e), McGraw Hill, Singapore 1993 3. Adel Sedra and Kenneth Smith Harcourt, Microelectronic Circuits,
4.A.K. Sawhney, Mechanical Measurements and Instrumentation, Winter Ventures (Red Lion, PA, U.S.A.) 1991.
Dhanpat Rai& Co, New Delhi. 2002 4. D Roy Choudhury and Shail Jain, Linear Integrated Circuits, New
age International pvt. Ltd. 2003.
Introduction to feedback control systems, Mathematical modeling of ICE 2212: MEASUREMENTS AND TRANSDUCERS
systems, analogous systems, Concept of transfer function, block LABORATORY [0 0 3 1]
diagram reduction technique, signal flow graph. Time response of first Study of Maxwell's bridge, DeSauty's Bridge, Different Measurement
and second order systems, Steady - State Errors,. Frequency Domain techniques using CRO, Thevenin's, Maximum power transfer Theorem
Analysis, Correlation between frequency domain and time domain verification, Superposition, Reciprocity Theorem verification,
specifications. Stability Analysis, Routh Hurwitz criteria. Root locus Measurement of three phase power & Power factor for RL load.
plots, Bode plots,. Polar plots, Nyquist stability criterion,. Concept of Measurement of Energy. Analyse the characteristics of Temperature
Compensators and Controllers-introduction to Lag, Lead, Lag-lead sensor/transducer, displacement sensor/transducer, Airflow sensor and
compensators, PID controllers. Characteristics. Hall Effect, Load Cell, and Strain gauges, Flow sensor. Demonstration on
dead weight measurement, Anemometer, Burglar Alarm, temperature
References: using Radiation method, Speed, Ph Measurement.
1. John J.D'Azzo and Constantine H. Houpis, Feedback control system
analysis and synthesis, McGraw Hill New-York, 2007. References:
2. Nagrath and Gopal, Control Systems engineering, (2e,) New Age 1. A. K Sawhney, A course in Electrical and Electronic Instrumentation
International (P) Limited, 2001. Measurements, (7e), Dhanpat Rai & co, New Delhi, 2002.
3. Ramakalyan, Control Engineering- A comprehensive foundation, 2. E. O .Doeblin, Measurement Systems Application and Design,
Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 2004. (4e), McGraw Hill, New York, 1992.
4. Norman S. Nise, Control Systems Engineering, (4e), Wiley India, 3. Oliver & Cage, Electronic Measurements & Instrumentation, MGH,
2003. 1975.
4. Cooper W.D & Helfrick A.D, Electronic Instrumentation &
ICE 2204: ANALOG SYSTEMS DESIGN [2 1 0 3] Measurement Techniques, (3e), MGH, 1975
Architecture, two-stage architecture, gain stage with active load, small
signal model, differential stage, difference mode and common mode
gains, slew rate Basic information of Op-amp Packages. Differential

1. Roddy Dennis, Coolen John, Electronic Communications, Prentice
ICE 3101: MODERN CONTROL THEORY [3 1 0 4] Hall of India, 2000.
State equation of linear continuous data systems, Canonical form of 2. Lathi B.P., Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems,
state representation. Derivation of state models from transfer function. Oxford University Press,2005.
Stability analysis, diagonalization, Solution of state equations, Cayley 3. Blake Roy, Electronic Communication Systems, Thomson Delmar
Hamilton theorem. Controllability and observability. State variable Publications, 2002.
method for discrete time systems system representation in terms of 4. Shanmugam K, Sam John, An introduction to Analog and Digital
difference equations, Discrete time state equations, Realization. Communication, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2008.
Similarity transformations, Transformation of continuous time systems
to discrete time systems. Solution of discrete state equations, ICE 3104: MICROPROCESSORS AND
Controllability and observability of discrete systems. Pole placement, MICROCONTROLLERS [3 0 0 3]
state feedback and output feedback, Observer design. Difference between Processors & Controllers, memory, classifications,
Architecture, RISC & CISC processors, selection criteria, 8051
References: Microcontrollers: Architecture- I/O pins, ports, External memory,
1. K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, Prentice Hall India, 2002. Instruction set, Addressing modes, Programming, counter & timers,
2. M. Gopal, Modern control system theory, Wiley Eastern Limited, Serial Data I/O, Interrupts, Introduction to ARM processor design,
1984. Architecture, Pipelining, organization & implementation, The thump
3. K. Ogata, State space analysis of control systems, Prentice Hall model, AMBA, Introduction to LPC2148, Block diagram, Memory
India, 1967. mapping and accelerator module, Pin details, GPIO programming, Timer
4. M. Gopal, Digital control and state variable methods, Tata McGraw programming, PWM, WDT, ADC, DAC. Applications- Interfacing of DC &
Hill New Delhi, 1997. Stepper Motor, LED, Toggle Switch, Matrix Key board.
5. V. I. George and C.P. Kurian, Digital Control Systems, Cengage
publishers New Delhi, 2012 References:
1. Mazidi M. A. & J. G. Mazidi, The 8051 Microcontroller and
ICE 3102: BIO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION [3 0 0 3] Embedded Systems, Pearson. 2002.
Classification and Selection of Biomedical transducers. Bioelectric 2. Kenneth J Ayala, The 8051 Microcontroller Architecture
Potentials and electrodes- Resting and action potentials, Propagation of Programming and Applications, (2e), Penram International
action potential, Reflexes, Electrodes, Biomedical recorders. Cardio publishing, 2002.
vascular system, ECG amplifiers, Electrode, ECG recorders, Cardiac 3. Steve Furber, ARM System-on-Chip Architecture, (2e), Addison
arrhythmias, BP measurement, blood flow measurements, oximeters. Wesley, 2000.
Nervous system, Synapse, EEG recording techniques, and Wave types. 4. LPC21XX User Manual, 2007.
Cardiac pacemakers, defibrillators, and Heart lung machine.
Haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, Artificial respirator, nerve ICE 3105: CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS [4 0 0 4]
stimulator, diathermy. Endoscopes, Neonatal Instrumentation, A.C & D.C Servomotor, Electronic drive circuits, applications in control.
Incubators, Apnoea monitor, Lithotripsy. ICU, bedside and central Tachogenerator. Synchros, Construction, Static & Dynamic Errors.
monitoring systems. MRI, Ultrasonography, X-ray instrumentation, CT. Residual Voltage & Phase Shift, Zeroing Of Synchros. Stepper Motors,
types, Drive circuits and high speed operations applications Control
References: valve and sizing, Principles, types, characteristics, Electro-pneumatics,
1. Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell and Erich A. Pfeiffer, Biomedical Gear And Gear Train, Speed-Torque, Teeth Ratio, Gear Train Design.
Instrumentations and Measurements, (2e), PHI. 1991. Cams and Followers. Fluid control, Pneumatic control, pneumatic gates,
2. Raghbir Singh Khandpur, Electronic Instrumentation in Medical relays, and actuators. Special Machines, Linear induction motors,
Practice, Kothari Publications. 1975. applications. Reluctance motors, Gyroscopes.
3. Bertil Jacobson & John G. Webster, Medicine and Clinical
Engineering, PH. 1979. References:
4. Khandpur R. S, Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation, TMH. 1. W.G. Andrews, Applied Instrumentation for Process Industries,
1987. Gulf Publishing Company, 1982
5. Geddes L. A. & L. E. Baker, Principles of Applied Biomedical 2. B. G. Liptak, Instrumentation Engineer's Hand Book, Taylor and
Instrumentation, Wiley. 1989. Francis 2006
3. M. D. Desai, Control System Components, PHI publications, 2010
ICE 3103: COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS [3 0 0 3] 4. J.E Gibson & F.B Tuteur, Control System Components, Mc Graw
Transmission And Reception, amplitude modulation, Angle modulation, Hill, NY, 1996.
phase and frequency modulators and demodulators, frequency 5. B W. Anderson, Analysis and Design of Pneumatic Systems,
spectrum of angle modulated waves, FM transmitters, FM receivers, Krieger Publishing Co., 2001.
PLL, FDM, noise in analog modulation systems, Sampling theorem for
low-pass and band-pass signal, PAM, natural sampling, flat-top ICE 3106: PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL [3 0 0 3]
sampling, signal recovery though holding, quantization of signals, Need for process control, process control terminology, pressure and
quantization error, PCM, DPCM, delta Modulation, adaptive delta thermal processes, higher order process, interacting - non-interacting
modulation, digital amplitude modulation, FSK, BFSK, DPSK, QPSK., systems, continuous and batch process, self-regulation, Basic control
multiple access techniques wireless communication, TDMA and FDMA, actions on-off, P, I, D, P+I, P+D and P+I+D control modes, controllers
wireless communication systems. to realize various control actions, 2DOF PID controllers, Anti-Reset
windup issues and its solution, Final Control, Selection Criteria, Selection

of Valves, Cavitation and Flashing Applications, Evaluation criteria. Feed SIXTH SEMESTER
forward control, ratio control, cascade control inferential control, split
range control, introduction to multivariable control, Internal Model
Controller and Introduction to Model Predictive Control
MANAGEMENT [2 1 0 3]
Nature and significance, Micro & macro differences, Law of demand and
supply, Elasticity & equilibrium of demand & supply. Time value of
1. Stephanopoulis, G, Chemical Process Control, Prentice Hall of money, Interest factors for discrete compounding, Nominal & effective
India, New Delhi, 1990. interest rates, Present and future worth of single, Uniform gradient cash
2. Eckman. D.P., Automatic Process Control, Wiley Eastern Ltd., New flow. Bases for comparison of alternatives, Present worth amount,
Delhi, 1993. Capitalized equivalent amount, Annual equivalent amount, Future worth
3. Curtis D. Johnson, Process Control Instrumentation Technology, amount, Capital recovery with return, Rate of return method, Incremental
(8e), PHI, 2009. approach for economic analysis of alternatives, Replacement analysis.
4. Pollard A., Process Control, Heinemann educational books, Break even analysis for single product and multi product firms, Break
London, 1971. even analysis for evaluation of investment alternatives. Physical &
5. Donald Coughanower, Process Systems Analysis and Control, functional depreciation, Straight line depreciation, Declining balance
McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1991. method of depreciation, Sum-of-the-years digits method of depreciation,
Sinking fund and service output methods, Costing and its types Job
ICE 3111: MICROPROCESSORS AND costing and Process costing, Introduction to balance sheet and profit &
MICROCONTROLLERS LAB [0 0 6 2] loss statement. Ratio analysis - Financial ratios such as liquidity ratios,
8051 Assembly Language Program for Data Transfer, 8051 Assembly Leverage ratios, Turn over ratios, and profitability ratios
Language Program for arithmetic operations, 8051 Assembly Language
Program for Array handling, 8051 Assembly Language Program for References:
Code Conversion, 8051 Assembly Language Program for Counters and 1. Blank Leland T. Tarquin Anthony J, Engineering Economy, McGraw
Time delay generation, 8051 C for waveform generation, 8051 Hill, New Delhi, 2002.
Interfacing, Interfacing toggling switches using ARM, Monitor routines 2. Chan S. Park, Contemporary Engineering Economics, Pearson
for keyboard using ARM, Interfacing Stepper motor & DC motor using Education, Inc, 2010.
ARM, Interfacing Seven segment display using ARM, Interfacing ADC & 3. Raman B.S, Advanced accountancy, United publications,
DAC using ARM. Bangalore, 1993.
4. T. Ramachandran, Accounting and Financial Management, Scitech
References: Publications Pvt. Ltd. India, 2001.
1. Steve Furber, Arm System-On-Chip Architecture, (2e), Addison 5. Thuesen G. J & Thuesen H. G, Engineering Economics, Prentice
Wesley 2007. Hall of India, New Delhi, 2005.
2. Mazidi M. A. & J. G. Mazidi, The 8051 Microcontroller and
Embedded Systems, Pearson. 2002 ICE 3201: INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION [4 0 0 4]
3. LPC21XX User Manual. Review of Computers in Process Control, Data loggers, Data Acquisition
Systems (DAS), Direct Digital Control (DDC).Supervisory Control and
ICE 3112: INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB [0 0 3 1] Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA), sampling considerations.
Design a system to measure temperature using Thermistor, volumetric Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Basics, PLC Intermediate
flow rate using head type flow meters. Design a liquid level measurement Functions, Interface and Backplane Bus Standards for Instrumentation
system using Ultrasonic Transducer/ Capacitive Transducer. Design a Systems, Field bus, HART protocol: MOD bus, Profibus, RS-485
pressure measurement using capacitive pressure transducer. Design a Transmission Technology, IEC 1158-2 Transmission Technology,
system to measure thickness of a given material using LVDT/ Distributed Control Systems, Definition, Local Control Unit, architecture,
Capacitance sensor, torque and speed, vibrations using accelerometers / case studies in DCS.
Piezo electric transducer, weight using Load cell/ Strain gauges,
distance/ speed/ volume using ultrasonic transducer. Design a humidity References:
measurement system. Design a system for detection of element using 1. John. W. Webb Ronald A Reis, Programmable Logic Controllers -
optical sensor. Design a system to detect a particular gas using solid Principles and Applications, (4e), Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey.
state sensors 1998.
2. Frank D. Petruzella, Programmable Logic Controllers, (2e),
References: McGraw Hill, New York. 1997.
1. C S Rangan ,G R Sarma and V S V Mani, Instrumentation Devices & 3. Deshpande P.B and Ash R.H, Elements of Process Control
Systems, (2e), Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2004. Applications, ISA Press, New York. 1995.
2. E.O.Doeblin, Measurement Systems application and Design, (4e), 4. Curtis D. Johnson, Process Control Instrumentation Technology,
McGraw Hill, New York, 1992. (7e), Prentice Hall, New Delhi. 2002.
3. Fawwaz T. Ulaby and Michel M. Maharbiz, Circuits: Laboratory 5. Krishna Kant, Computer based Industrial Control, Prentice Hall,
Companion, NI Instruments, 2014. New Delhi, 1997.
4. A.K. Sawhney, Mechanical Measurements and Instrumentation,
Dhanpat Rai & Co, New Delhi. 2002 ICE 3202: DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING [3 1 0 4]
Time and frequency analysis of signals and systems Z-transform and its
application to the analysis of LTI systems, DFT, properties of the DFT, use
of DFT in linear filtering, filtering of long data sequences, DFT as linear
transformation, Efficient computation of the DFT- FFT Algorithms, Radix

2 DITFFT and DIFFFT. Design of IIR filters, Butterworth, Chebyshev, determining the span, Basic departmentalization, Line & staff concepts,
Design of FIR Filters Linear phase FIR Filters, Implementation of Discrete Functional authority, Art of delegation, Decentralisation of authority. HR
time Systems: Structures for FIR, IIR systems, lattice ladder structures. planning, Recruitment, Development and training. Theories of
Finite word length effects. Power Spectrum Estimation, Parametric motivation, Special motivational techniques. Leadership - leadership
methods of PSD estimation behaviour & styles, Managerial grid. Basic Control Process, Critical
Control Points & Standards, Budgets, Non-budgetary control devices.
References: Profit & loss control, Control through ROI, Direct, Preventive control.
1. Proakis John G., Manolakis Dimitris G., Digital Signal Processing, Managerial practices in Japan & USA & application of Theory Z. The
Prentice Hall, India, 2003 nature & purpose of international business & multinational corporations,
2. Oppenheim A.V.and Schafer R.W., Discrete Time Signal unified global theory of management. Entrepreneurial traits, Creativity,
Processing, Pearson Education. 2003 Innovation management, Market analysis, Business plan concepts,
Development of financial projections.
3. Sanjit Mitra K, Digital Signal Processing: A computer based
approach, TMH 2001.
4. P.L.Meyer, Introduction to probability and Statistical References:
Applications,(2e), American Publishing Co., 1979 1. Koontz D, Essentials of Management, McGraw Hill, New York,
ICE 3211: CONTROL SYSTEMS SIMULATION LAB [0 0 3 1] 2. Peter Drucker, Management, Task and Responsibility, Allied
Familiarization with MATLAB Control system toolbox, Block diagram Publishers, 2006.
reduction Technique, Time domain analysis and steady state errors , 3. Peter Drucker, Butterworth Hein Mann, The practice of
State space analysis, Stability analysis, Controller design by frequency management, 2003.
domain methods, Controller design by time domain methods, Modeling
practice with SIMULINK, Generation of basic signals, Generation of ICE 4101: ANALYTICAL AND OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS [4 0 0 4]
discrete sequences, Discrete time systems, z-transform, Analog filter Radiation Sources, Monochromator: Prism, Diffraction Gratings,
design, IIR filter design, Digital image processing & Digital speech Holographic Gratings, Optical Filters. UV Visible IR Spectrophotometers:
processing. Calorimeters, Flame Photometers. NMR Spectroscopy, Principles,
Applications. Mass Spectrometers: Principle, operation Type, Quadruple
References: Mass Spectrometer Ionization Methods, Ion Detectors.
1. K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, PHI, 2002. Chromatography, X Ray Spectrometers. Lasers Classification, Lasers
2. R.C. Dorf and R. H. Bishop, Modern Control Systems, Wesley Applications. Interferometry, Calorimeters, Medical Optical Instruments.
Holography: Principle, Application, Optical data storage. Fiber optic
Longman,INC, 1998.
fundamentals and Measurements: OTDR, Laser Doppler velocimeter.
3. Norman S. Nise, Control Systems, Wiley, 2000.
4. Nagrath and Gopal, Control Systems engineering, (2e,) New Age
International (P) Limited, 2001.
1. R S Kandpur, Handbook of Analytical Instruments, (2e), TMH,
2. Willard, Merritt, Dean, and Settle, Instrumental Methods of
Study the characteristics of P, PI, PID Controller modes level process,
Analysis, (7e), CBS Publishers, 1988.
temperature, flow, and pressure station. Study of Characteristics of
3. J.Wilson &J F B Hawkes, Opto Electronics: An Introduction, PHI,
control valves, various tuning methods in MATLAB and study of multiple
loop control strategy like Ratio control, feed forward. Study of Cascade 1989.
control, conical tank system, shell and tube heat exchanger, anti-reset 4. Rajpal S.Sirohi, Wave Optics and its Application, Sangam books,
windup scheme for flow station. 1993.

References: ICE 4111: VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION [0 1 2 2]

1. Curtis Johnson, Process control Instrumentation Technology, Introduction to Lab VIEW, Arithmetic and logical operations, Operations
Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd, 2001 on arrays, Operations on Clusters, Operations using Loops, Types of
structures and operations using them, Types of Graphs and use of
2. Donald R. Coughanowr, Process Systems Analysis & Control,
graphs and timing pallets, Operations using strings and file I/O, Basics of
McGraw-Hill Inc., 1991.
Imaq vision and VISA, Measurement and automation explorer, Simulation
3. Wayne Bequette, Process control, Modelling, simulation &
of DAQ, Modeling and Control design using control and simulation
Control, PHI Pvt. Ltd, 2004.
4. Stephanopoulis, G, Chemical Process Control, Prentice Hall of
India, New Delhi, 1990.
1. Gary Johnson, LabVIEW Graphical Programming, (2e), McGraw
SEVENTH SEMESTER Hill, New York, 1997.
2. Jovitha Jerome, Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW, PHI
HUM 4001: ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT [2 1 0 3] learning, 2010.
Definition of management and systems approach, Nature & scope, The 3. S. Sumathi, P Surekha, LabVIEW based Advanced Instrumentation
functions of managers, Corporate social responsibility. Planning: Types systems, Springer, 2007.
of plans, Steps in planning, Process of MBO, How to set objectives, 4. Rick Bitter, Taqi Mohiuddin, Matt Nawrocki, LabVIEW Advanced
Strategies, Policies & planning premises, Strategic planning process and Programming Techniques, Taylor & Francis, 2006.
tools. Nature & purpose of organising, Span of management, factors

ICE 4112: AUTOMATION LAB [0 0 3 1] & FPGAs. CAD tools for FPGA design. Testing & Verification- Testing
Implementation of logic gates, flip flops, multiplexers and de multiplexers combinational circuits, Testing sequential circuits, boundary scan, fault
in PLC, Timers operations in PLC, Counter operations in PLC, Compare simulation, ATPG, BIST, DFT verification.
and arithmetic instructions in PLC, (a) Control of Glass inspection station
using PLC, Control of Traffic signal using PLC, Control of bottle filling References:
station using PLC, Control of special purpose machine using PLC, 1. M. J. S. Smith, ASICs, Pearson Education, 1997
Special functions in PLC, Experiments with CRIO, Data Acquisition using 2. C. H. Roth, Digital System Design using VHDL, PWS
LabVIEW, Control of pressure station using DCS, Control algorithm Publishing,1998
design in DCS. 3. Brown Stephen, Fundamentals of Digital Logic with VHDL Design
References: (With CD), TMH. 2000.
1. John. W. Webb Ronald A Reis, Programmable Logic Controllers - 4. Bhasker J., A VHDL Primer, (3e), PHI, 2010.
Principles and Applications, (4e), Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey,
1998. ICE 4002: EMBEDDED SYSTEM DESIGN [3 0 0 3]
2. Lukcas M.P., Distributed Control Systems, Van Nostrand Reinhold Embedded Systems Overview, Single-Purpose Processors Hardware,
Co., New York, 1986. Application-Specific Processors, IC Technology, Design Technology,
3. Jovitha Jerome, Virtual Instrumentation using LabVIEW, PHI Introduction to Combinational & Sequential Logic, RT-Level Custom
learning, 2010. Single-Purpose Processor Design, Pipelining, Super scalar & VLIW,
4. S. Sumathi, P Surekha, LabVIEW based Advanced Instrumentation Instruction set, Control unit, Interrupts, I/O, Development Environment,
Systems, Springer, 2007. Application-Specific Instruction-Set Processors, Memory, Memory
Hierarchy and Cache, Advanced RAM, Basic State Machine Model,
EIGHTH SEMESTER Finite-State Machine with Data path Mode, Software Coding of a PID
Controller, PID Tuning, Practical Issues Related to Computer-Based
4 Each student has to present a seminar individually, on any technical
topic of current interest / latest advancement / topics not covered in References:
the syllabus. 1. Frank Vahid and Tony Givargis, Embedded System Design: A Unified
4 The topic has to be approved by the Department and a report of the Hardware / Software Introduction, John Wiley & Sons, 2002.
same has to be submitted a week before the day of the presentation. 2. Steve Heath, Embedded Systems Design, (2e), Newnes, 2003.
3. Raj Kamal, Embedded Systems, (2e) TMH, 2008.
4 Each student has to undergo industrial training for a minimum period ICE 4003: REAL TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEMS [3 0 0 3]
of 4 weeks. This may be taken in a phased manner during the vacation Characteristics of embedded computing applications, concept of real
starting from the end of third semester. time system, challenges in embedded system design, Designing
4 Student has to submit to the department a training report in the Embedded computing platform ,Program design, Design patterns,
prescribed format and also make a presentation of the same. The Models of program, Basic features of an operating system, kernel
report should include the certificates issued by the industry. features, processes and threads, context switching, scheduling, Inter-
process communication, Real-time memory management, I/O, Real-
time OS, Power optimization strategies for processes, Distributed
Embedded architecture, Elements of protocol design, Network based
4 The project work may be carried out in the institution/industry/
systems, Internet-Enabled systems, wireless applications.
research laboratory or any other competent institutions.
4 The duration of the project work shall be a minimum of 16 weeks
which may be extended up to 24 weeks.
1. Evesham, Developing Real - Time Systems: A Practical
4 A mid-semester evaluation of the project work shall be done after
Introduction, Galgotia Publications, New Delhi, 1996.
about 8 weeks.
2. Levi S and Agrawala A. K, Real - Time System Design, McGraw Hill,
4 An interim project report on the progress of the work shall be
submitted to the department during the mid-semester evaluation.
3. Ball S.R, Embedded Microprocessor Systems - Real World
4 The final evaluation and viva-voice will be conducted after
Design, Prentice Hall, 1996.
submission of the final project report in the prescribed form.
4. Herma K, Real Time Systems Design for Distributed Embedded
4 Student has to make a presentation on the work carried out, before
Applications, Kluwer Academic,1997.
the department committee as part of project evaluation.
5. Gassle J, Art of Programming Embedded Systems, Academic
Press, 1992.
ICE 4004: VLSI DESIGN [3 0 0 3]
Introduction to integrated circuit technology: CMOS fabrication' Bi-
CMOS technology, Transconductance and output conductance, The n-
ICE 4001: DIGITAL SYSTEM DESIGN [3 0 0 3] MOS inverter, CMOS inverter and its characteristics, design style,
Review of combinational and sequential logic design, Digital Scaling models and scaling factors, Combinational circuit design,
implementation options using MSI/LSI like PLDs, PLAs, & PALs, ASIC, sequential circuit design, design considerations, Design Automated
and Design flow. Digital system modeling: behavioural, structural, RTL, Layout Generation, Placement, Floor planning, Routing, Parasitic
VHDL, VHDL Style for synthesis, Design case studies, FSM, Extraction, Field Programmable Gate arrays (FPGA), Configurable Logic
reconfigurable computing. Programmable ASICs, Architecture of CPLDs Block (CLB), Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), Design for

Testability, Faults types and Models, AD HOC Design Techniques, Scan- ICE 4007: INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM DESIGN [3 0 0 3]
Based Techniques, BIST Techniques, Current Monitoring I DDQ Test. General transducer design consideration, interfacing of primary
elements with end devices. Design of reference junction compensation
References: and linearising circuit for thermocouple, thermistor., RTD. Design of
1. Douglas A. Pucknell & Kamran Eshraghian, Basic VLSI Design, Displacement measurement system based using LVDT, Design of signal
Prentice-Hall of India, 1995. conditioning circuits for head type, Electromagnetic, & ultrasonic flow
2. Neil H.E. Weste, David Harris, Ayan Banerjee, CMOS VLSI Design, A meter, Design signal conditioning circuits for level, pressure, and stain
Circuits and Systems Perspective, Pearson Education, 2006. measurement. Design of P/I and I/P converters, Design of smart
3. Sung-Mo Kang, Yusuf Leblebici, CMOS Digital Integrated Circuits transmitters, Design of 2 and 4 wire transmitters with 4-20mA output;
Analysis and Design, Tata Mc-Graw-Hill, 1993. Design of pneumatic and electronic controllers; Design of
4. John P. Uyemura, Introduction to VLSI Circuits and Systems, Wiley instrumentation servomechanism; Design of annunciators; Low level
and high level annunciators, Earthing and Shielding.
Publishers, 2001.
5. Jab M. Rabaey, Anantha Chandrakasan, Borivoje Nikolic, Digital
Integrated Circuits: A Design Perspective, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. References:
Limited, 2003. 1. E. O. Doebline, Measurement Systems, McGraw-Hill, 2003.
2. B. G. Liptak, Instrument Engineer's Handbook, (4e), Volume Two:
II. PROCESS CONTROL Process Control, CRC Press, 2005.
3. C.D, Johnson, Process Control and Instrumentation Technology,
PHI, 2002.
4. John Bentley, Principles of Measurement Systems, Prentice Hall,
Typical products and their uses, Systematic analysis of chemical
processes, Overall Balances, Component balances in engineering
equipment, combustion reactions, Forms of energy, Heat effects and 5. W. G. Andrew, H. B. Williams, Applied Instrumentation in the
combustion reactions, Energy balances in manufacturing processes, Process Industries (Vol. 4), Gulf Professional Publishing, 1993.
Fundamental concepts in heat exchangers, Design and classification of
heat exchangers, Fundamental principles and classification of heat ICE 4008: NONLINEAR CONTROL SYSTEMS [3 0 0 3]
exchangers, Evaporators, Distillation columns, Energy Conservation in Non Linear Systems: Characteristics of non- linear systems, common
process systems and industries, Optimization principles and pinch type of non-linearities, Phase plane analysis, Linearization of Non-linear
analysis to calculate energy consumption. systems. Describing Function Analysis, Determination of describing
function for various nonlinearities Application of describing function for
References: stability analysis of systems with single nonlinearity. Lyapunov Stability
1. W.L. McCabe, J.C. Smith and P. Harriott, Unit Operations of Analysis, Concepts of Lyapunovs method, Lyapunov Theorems
Chemical Engineering, (6e), McGraw Hill, 2001. Lyapunov's second Method(Direct), Krasovskii's method, Variable
Gradient method. Lyapunov's method for continuous and discrete time
2. Walter L.Badger and Julivst. Banchero, Introduction to Chemical
state models, Linearization Methods, Sliding mode controller.
Engineering, Tata McGraw Hill publishing company, 1997
3. L.B. Anderson and L.A. Wenzel, Introduction to Chemical
Engineering, McGraw Hill, 1961. References:
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York, 1979. Adaptive and Robust, Prentice Hall,1995.
2. J.J.E.Slotine and W.Li, Applied Nonlinear control, Prentice Hall,
INDUSTRIES [3 0 0 3] 3. Alberto Isidori, Non linear Control Systems, Springer Verlag, ,
Refining Process, Schematic of a modern refinery, Physical Separation
Processes, Chemical Catalytic Conversion Processes, Instrumentation 4. K. P Mohandas, Modern Control Engineering, Sanguine
and Control in Chemical Reactors: Reaction Rates and Kinetics, Publishers, 2006.
Instrumentation and control in Distillation Columns: Instrumentation and
Control in Dryers: Batch dryers and continuous dryers, Boiler Control: III. SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
Main inline instruments of a drum type boiler, Instrumentation and
control in Heat Exchangers: Variables and degrees of freedom, liquid to ICE 4009: ADVANCED SENSOR TECHNOLOGY [3 0 0 3]
liquid heat exchangers, Control of Pumps, Instrumentation and Control in Features of Advanced sensing techniques, Sensor classifications Design
Effluent and Water Treatment. and modeling issue in advanced sensing technique, Fiber optic light
propagation, Laser classifications, Driver circuits for solid state laser
References: diodes, Radiation sensors and Optical combinations, Accelerometers,
1. Mohamed A. Fahim, Taher A. Al-Sahhaf, Amal Elkilani, Thermal, Humidity and moisture sensor, Proximity detector,
Fundamentals of Petroleum Refining, Elsevier, 2010. Semiconductor gas sensor. Chemical sensor characteristics,
2. Liptak B. G., Process Control, (3e), Chilton Book Company, Classification, principle of direct sensing techniques such as Metal oxide
Pennsylvania. 1995. chemical sensor, electro chemical sensors, potentiometric sensors,
3. Liptak B. G., Process Measurement and Analysis, (3e), Chilton conductive sensors, amperometric sensors, enhanced catalytic gas
Book Company, Pennsylvania, 1995. sensors, engyme sensors.
4. Luyben W.L, Simulation and Control for Chemical Engineers, (2e),
McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1989.
5. Considine D.M., Process / Industrial Instruments and Control
Handbook, (4e), McGraw Hill, Singapore, 1983.

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Conductivity of semiconductors-Crystal planes and orientation-stress Introduction to financial management, Principle of accountancy, Sources
and strain- flexural beam bending analysis-torsional deflections-Intrinsic of long term finance, Valuation of securities, Leverages, Working capital
stress- resonant frequency and quality factor. Electrostatic sensors and management, Capital budgeting, Cost of capital, Cash management, and
actuation.. Thermal sensing and actuation. Piezoelectric sensing and Dividend decisions.
actuation: Piezoelectric effect-cantilever, piezo-electric actuator model-
properties of piezoelectric materials, Applications. Piezoresistive References:
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2002. Evolution and development, HRD Organization and responsibilities.
5. M H. Bao, Micromechanical Transducers: Pressure sensors, Evolution of HRM, Theories of HRM. Human resource planning, Human
accelerometers, and gyroscopes, Elsevier New York, 2000. Resources Inventory, Forecast, Job analysis, Job description, Job
specification, Job evaluation, Employment stability. Human Resource
ICE 4011: MULTISENSOR DATA FUSION [3 0 0 3] Planning and Recruiting, Induction, & socialization, Training and
Sensors and sensor data, Fusion applications. inference hierarchy, development, Performance management and appraisal.
Architectural concepts and issues, Benefits of data fusion, Mathematical
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McGraw Hill Book Company, 1985. HUM 4013: MARKETING MANAGEMENT [2 1 0 3]
Understanding marketing management, Assessing market opportunities
ICE 4012: SMART SENSORS [3 0 0 3] and customer value, Adapting marketing to the New Economy, Building
Introduction, amplification and signal conditioning, digital conversion. Customer Satisfaction, Value, and Retention, Market Demand, Scanning
Standards and Implications of Smart Sensors: Introduction on IEEE1451 the Marketing Environment, Consumer Markets, Business Markets,
standards, Process control over the Internet, Sensor Communication: Dealing with the Competition, Market Segments, Product Life Cycle, New
Wireless zone sensing, surface acoustical wave devices, intelligent Market Offerings, Designing and Managing Services, Price Strategies,
transportation system, RF-ID, RF MEMS basics, Varactors, Micro Retailing, Wholesaling, Integrated Marketing Communications.
optics, micro grippers, microprobes, micro mirrors, FEDs. Sensor Signal
Processing, Soft-Computing use in the intelligent sensors. Complex References:
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(nanosensors, biosensors). Implementation and Control, Prentice Hall of India Private Limited,
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2. ICFAI, Marketing Management, ICFAI, Hyderabad, 2003. Aggregation and Inference rules.
3. Varshney R.L. and Gupta S.L., Marketing Management, Sultan
Chand & Sons, New Delhi, 2004. References:
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New York, 2000. 1997.
2. Yegnanarayana B., Artificial Neural Networks, PHI, 2001.
HUM 4014: OPERATIONS AND SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT [2 1 0 3] 3. Timothy J. Ross, Fuzzy logic with Engineering Applications, MGH,
Types of production activities, Production consumption cycle, Functions 1997.
of production and operations management, Importance and uses of 4. Yager & Filev, Essentials of Fuzzy Modelling and Control, Wiley,
forecasting, Product development and design: Product life cycle, 1994.
Process design, Process charts, Flow diagrams and Man machine 5. Chin-Teng,Lin and C. S. George Lee, Neural Fuzzy Systems, PH,
charts, Capacity planning, Aggregate planning, Scheduling, Operations 1996.
strategy, Operation performance Frontier and productivity, Systems
thinking, Systems engineering and its management, Systems decision ICE 4015: BIOMEDICAL CONTROL SYSTEMS [3 0 0 3]
process. Systems thinking, structure, classification, boundaries, Introduction to Technological Control System, Transfer functions,
visibility, System life cycle models, System dynamics and its importance Mathematical Approaches, Introduction to Biological Control System,
in system thinking. System dynamics modeling process.
similarities and differences, Skeletal Muscle Servomechanism. The
Semicircular Canal. Free Swinging Limbs. Thermo Regulation,
References: Introduction to Various parameters, Control System Models,
1. Monks Joseph G, Operations Management, Tata McGraw-Hill Biochemistry of Digestion, Type of Heat Loss from the Body, Model of
Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 2004. Heat Transfer between Subsystems of Human Body like Skin, Core, etc,
2. Krajewski Lee J. and Ritzman Larry P., Operations Management, Respiratory control system, Modelling of O2 Uptake, Mass Balancing by
Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., Delhi, 2005. Lungs, Introduction to Eye Tracking and Control. Cardio Vascular Control
3. Mieghem J, Operations Strategy: Principles and Practices, system, pupil control system. Visual Fixation System, Oculo-motor
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4. Sterman J.D., Business Dynamics - Systems Thinking and
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4. D.O. Cooney, Biological Engineering Principle, Marcel Dekker, Inc,
ICE 4013: APPLIED OPTIMAL CONTROL [3 0 0 3] 2002.
Introduction to optimal control- Plant model, Performance index, 5. Michel C Khoo, Physiological Control Systems - Analysis,
Introduction to Minimum Principle, Calculus of Variations and Optimal Simulation and Estimation, Prentice Hall of India, 2001.
Control: Basic Concepts, The Basic Variational Problem, Linear
Quadratic Optimal Control Systems- Problem Formulation, Finite-Time ICE 4016: BIO-MEDICAL EQUIPMENTS [3 0 0 3]
Linear Quadratic Regulator, Dynamic Programming, Time-Optimal Principles and techniques of impedance Pneumography and
Control of LTI System, Problem Formulation and Statement, Solution of Pneumatochograph. Ventilators, humidifiers, body respirators. Acoustic
the TOC System, Fuel-Optimal Control of a Double Integral System, measurements and aids: Common tests and procedures, audiometer.
Problem Formulation and Statement and Problem Solution. Hearing Aids: Different types, Electro-surgical Units: Principles of cutting,
coagulation spark gap valve, different types of laser, equipment's used in
References: surgery, safety. Principles of echo cardiographs, display devices for echo
1. Donald E. Kirk, Optimal Control Theory-An Introduction, Dover imaging, precautions. Lithotripsy principles and applications. Endoscopes,
Publications, 2004. incubators, apnea monitor, anasesthesia equipment. Heart Lung Machine:
2. David G. Hull, Optimal Control Theory for Application, Springer Governing principles, Hemodialysers: qualitative requirements, General
International, 2003. scheme of operations,Intensive coronary care concepts, principles and
3. Frank L.Lewis, Applied Optimal Control and Estimation, Prentice applications of thermograph, infusion pump, blood cell counter.
Hall, 1992.
4. Brian D.O. Anderson, Optimal Control- Linear Quadratic Methods, References:
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2. R.S. Khandpur, Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation, (2e),
ICE 4014: NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGIC [3 0 0 3] McGraw Hill, 2003.
Fundamentals: Artificial Neural Networks, Single-layer Feedforward 3. Joseph J. Carr & John. M. Brown, Introduction to Biomedical
Networks: Classifiers, Decision regions, Multi-layer Feedforward Equipment technology, (4e), Pearson Education, 2003.
Networks: Linearly non-separable pattern classification, generalized 4. Mohan Murali H., Monograph on Biomedical engineering, O.U.
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Conversions, Fuzzy Rule based Systems: Linguistic Hedges

ICE 4017: COMPUTER NETWORKS AND PROTOCOL [3 0 0 3] 5. Low Adrian, Introductory computer vision and Image processing,
Introduction to Computer Networks and Internet, Uses of computer Mc Graw Hill, 1991.
networks, Reference models, Internet Standards, Internet
Administration. Addressing, IP Addressing, Delivery and Routing of IP ICE 4020: CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN [3 0 0 3]
packets., Cloud computing Architecture, Virtualization, Advanced Introduction, basic concepts, Cascade compensation, Lag, Lead, Lag-
Routing and Switching, Switching concepts and STP, Vlan and VTP lead compensators, Characteristics, Design of Lag, Lead, Lag-lead
concepts, Routing concepts and structure of the router, Cloud compensators for continuous time systems using Root locus and Bode
computing, Data Center Fundamentals, Wireless and VoIP. Plot. Cascade compensation for discrete time systems: Design of
sampled data control system, DIR method Digital lead, lag, lag-lead
References: compensator design using root locus plots, Digital compensator design
1. Forouzan Behrouz A., TCP/IP Protocol suite, (4e), Tata Mcgraw Hill using Frequency response plots. Continuous and discrete time PID
Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi 2000. controllers. Deadbeat algorithm
2. Tanenbaum A. S., Computer Networks, (3e), Prentice Hall of India
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4. Robert C ElsenPeter et.al, Cloud Computing, A Practical Approach, McGraw Hill New Delhi, 1997.
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5. Mauricio Arregoces and Maurizio Por tolani, Datacenter 4. V.I.George and C.P. Kurian, Digital Control Systems, Cengage
Fundamentals, Cisco Press, 2007. publishers New Delhi, 2012.


Introduction to computational techniques: motivation and applications, Introduction: image perception, image sensing and acquisition,
Linear Systems and Equations: Matrix representation, Cramer's rule, sampling and quantization, basic relationship between pixels, Image
Algebraic Equations: Bracketing methods - Bisection, Reguli-Falsi, Open Representation: 2-D Fourier transform and its properties, discrete cosine
methods, Regression and Curve Fitting: Linear regression, Least transform Image Enhancement and Restoration. Image Compression &
squares, Total Least Squares, Numerical Differentiation: higher order Coding, Image Segmentation. Representation schemes, boundary
formulae, ODEs: Initial Value Problems, Euler's methods, Boundary Value descriptors and regional descriptors, Morphological Processing:
Problems, Over/Under Relaxation (SOR). Introduction to dilation and erosion, open and close. Thinning and
thickening. Application: Character recognition, Biomedical Image
References: processing, Watermarking.
1. Gupta S.K., Numerical Methods for Engineers, New Age
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2. Chapra S.C. and Canale R.P., Numerical Methods for Engineers, 1. Rafael C Gonzalez, Richard E Woods, Digital Image Processing,
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Cambridge University Press, 2003. Academic Press, New York, 1997.


Image Formation Models: Monocular imaging system, Orthographic & Sampled Data Control System: Review of sampling process, system
Perspective Projection, Camera model and Camera calibration, Binocular representation in terms of difference equations, the z transform and z
imaging systems, Thresholding, Edge-based segmentation, Region-based transfer function, Pulse transfer functions zero order hold, Inverse z
segmentation, matching, Region identification, Contour-based shape transform and response of linear discrete system. z- transform analysis
representation and description, Region-based shape representation and of sampled data control system. z and s domain relationship. Block
description, Shape classes, Knowledge representation, Statistical pattern Diagram reduction techniques, Steady state error analysis. Stability
recognition, Neural nets, Recognition as graph matching, Optimization Analysis: Jury's stability test, bilinear transformation, z domain Nyquist
techniques in recognition, Fuzzy systems, Differential motion analysis stability. Stability analysis using root locus diagram. Bode plot of pulse
methods, Optical flow, Analysis based on correspondence of interest transfer function, Correlation between time response and root locus in
points, Kalman filters, Case studies. the z plane and s plane.

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ICE 4023: FUNDAMENTALS OF AEROSPACE VEHICLES [3 0 0 3] 3. P.K.Gupta & Man Mohan, Operations Research, (4e), Sultan Chand
System of units and Standard Atmosphere: Discussion of Units SI Units & Sons. 1980.
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flowing gas, Introduction to Aircrafts Basic components of airplane, 2002.
Airfoil Nomenclature, Aerodynamic forces over the wing surfaces, Flight 5. Prem Kumar Gupta and Dr. D. S. Hira, Problems in Operations
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stability and control, Aircraft dynamic modes, Space vehicle and Missile 1999.
Launch vehicle, Basic components of launch vehicle, classification of
launch vehicle, Satellites, Mission sequence from launch to orbit, ICE 4026: OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES [3 0 0 3]
Missiles Classification of missiles, Introduction to Navigation systems, Introduction to optimization, functions of single variable, functions of
gyroscope, accelerometer. several variables, formulation of optimization problems, Constraint
optimality criteria, constrained optimization, constraint direct search
References: method, Nonlinear programming: problem formulation, Dynamic
1. John. D. Anderson, Introduction to Flight, (6e), McGraw Hill programming: sub-optimization, multistage optimization problem,
Education, 2010. Introduction to Stochastic Optimization Techniques, types: Local Search,
2. Thomas. R. Yechout, Introduction to Aircraft Flight Mechanics, Population Based, Introduction to Genetic Algorithms, Constraint
(1e), AIAA Education. 2003. Handling, Real Parameter Genetic Algorithms, Ant Colony Optimization:
3. Michael. V. Cook, Flight Dynamics Principle, (2e), Butterworth Introduction, Ant System, Ant Colony System, ANTS, Significant
Heinemann, USA. 2007. Problems, Discrete Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO): Examples and
4. Brian L. Stevens and Frank L. Lewis, Aircraft Control and Results, Applications.
Simulation, (2e), Wiley India. 2007
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University Press. 1997. 1. Singiresu S. Rao, Optimization Techniques, New Age International
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ICE 4024: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH C++ [3 0 0 3] 2. C. Mohan and Kusum Deep, Optimization Techniques, New Age
Software evolution, basic concepts of OOP, Structure of C++ Program International Publishers, 2009.
and Data Types. Functions- Main Function, Function Prototyping, Objects 3. D. P. Kothari and J. S. Dhillon, Power System Optimization, Tata
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list. Graphics in C++. 5. Marco Dorigo, Thomas Sttzle, Ant colony optimization, MIT Press,
1. Kanetkar Y., Let Us C++, BPB Pub, 1999. ICE 4027: POWER ELECTRONICS [3 0 0 3]
2. Balagurusamy E., Object oriented programming with C++, TMH, Introduction : Structure of Power Electronics: How structurally power
2001. electronics differs from low power analog electronics, Diff types of
3. Lafore R., Object oriented programming with turbo C++, Galgotia switches Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCR): Basic structure, Gate
Pub, 2001. Trigger Circuits of SCR, Traic, GTO, BJT, Power MOSFET, IGBT, AC to DC
4. Schildt H., C++ the Complete Reference, (3e) TMH, 1999. controlled converters :Applications, analysis with R-L-E load,
5. K.R. Venugopal, Mastering C++, TMH, 2007. significance of R-L-E load, Three phase half wave AC to DC converter :
Principle of operation, Three phase fully controlled AC to DC converter :
ICE 4025: OPERATIONS RESEARCH [3 0 0 3] Principle of operation, DC - DC Power Converters : Limitation of Line
commutated converters, DC - AC Power Converters : Principle of
Formulation of Linear Programming, Graphical Method, Simplex Method,
operation of Inverters, PWM techniques. , commutation circuits, three
Big M Method, 2-phase method, Duality theory, Transportation problem -
phase inverters. Line commuted inverters.
Vogel's approximation method, MODI method, Assignment problem-
Hungarian method, Network Analysis Networks, Minimum - Span
problems, Shortest- Route Problems, Maximal flow problems, Positive References:
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Decisions, Queuing Models, 2 persons zero sum games, Minimax 2004.
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Deterministic Dynamic programming, Search Techniques - Golden mean 4. M. Ramamurthy, Thyristors and their Application, East-West Press,
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Methods: Steepest Descent method.
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control-speed, Analysis in power plant: Computer in power plants: load manipulations,TMH,1996
dispatching computer, generation station computer, mini computers, and 5. Saeed B. Niku, Introduction to Robotics, PHI,2005
supervisory control.
ICE 4031: ROBUST CONTROL [3 0 0 3]
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Amesternam,1972 Examples, The Basic Technique of Loop shaping, Loop shaping with C,
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ICE 4030: ROBOTICS SYSTEMS AND CONTROL [3 0 0 3] Synchronization, Localization and Positioning, Sensor Tasking and
Control. Sensor network platforms and tools.
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Composition of Rotations, Properties, Homogeneous Transformation
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Robot applications in manufacturing, robot cell design, machine
interface, multiple robots, robot in assembly and inspection. OPEN ELECTIVES


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measurement like pH measurement, displacement force etc. Hill book, company, 1989.

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Instrumentation, Dhanpat Rai & Co, New Delhi, 2002. virtual instrument, Virtual instruments V/s Traditional instruments, data-
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ICE 3282: PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLER [3 0 0 3] and processing, motion control, Design of ON/OFF controller for a
mathematically described processes using VI software
Evolution of PLC- Introduction, Architecture of PLC, Components of
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