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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Khulna University of Engineering & Technology

**Outline of Courses **
**FIRST YEAR FIRST TERM (Effective from Session 2012-2013) **
**Course No. **
**Course Title **
1st year 1st term Load = 15L+9P=25 Hrs/week=19.75 Credit

**SECOND YEAR SECOND TERM (Effective from Session 2012-2013) **
**Course No. **
**Course Title **
**1st year 2nd term Load = 15L+9P = 24 Hrs/week = 20.25 Credit **

Yearly total credit =19.75 + 20.25 = 40.0

**Detailed Syllabus of 1st year 1st Term B. Sc. Engineering **
**Electrical **
**Engineering **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **

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Fundamental concepts and units, Variables and parameters: Voltage, current, power, energy, independent and

dependent sources, resistance.

*Basic laws*: Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s current and voltage laws, Joule’s law.

Simple resistive circuits: Series and parallel circuits, voltage and current division, Wye-Delta transformation.

*Techniques of circuit analysis*: Nodal and mesh analysis including supernode and supermesh. Network

theorems: Source transformation, Thevenin’s, Norton’s and superposition theorems with applications in circuits

having independent and dependent sources, Millman’s theorem, Compensation theorem, Maximum power

transfer theorem and Reciprocity theorem.

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Source Concept: Sources of E.M.F, primary and secondary cells. Energy storage elements: Inductors and

capacitors, series & parallel combination of inductors and capacitors.

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Magnetic quantities and variables: Flux, permeability and reluctance, magnetic field strength, magnetic

potential, flux density, magnetization curve. Laws of magnetic circuits: Ohm’s law and Ampere’s circuital law.

Magnetic circuits: series, parallel and series-parallel circuits.

*Introduction to measuring instruments: *Ammeter, voltmeter, galvanometer and wattmeter.

** **

Alternating Current circuits**:** Introduction to alternating current circuits, instantaneous, average and R.M.S

values, complex impedance and phasor algebra, Power relations in A/C circuits: real, reactive and apparent

power, power factor, power factor improvement.

* *

Single-phase AC circuits: Series and parallel RL, RC and RLC circuits, nodal and mesh analysis, application of

network theorems in AC circuits.

*Resonance in AC circuits*: Series and parallel resonance, half-power bandwidth, quality factor, energy analysis

at resonance.

**EE 1104 Basic Electrical Engineering Sessional **
**Credit: 1.5 **
**Contact Hours: 3Hrs/Week **

Laboratory Works: Experiments based on Basic Electrical Engineering

**Ph 1103 Physics-I **
**Credit: 3 **
**Contact Hours: 3Hrs/Week **

*Heat and thermodynamics:*** **

*Thermometry***:** Concepts of heat and temperature, measurement of high and low temperature, resistance

thermometer, constant volume thermometer, thermo electric thermometer and pyrometer.

*Kinetic theory of gases*: Fundamental assumption of kinetic theory, pressure excreted by a perfect gas, Gas

laws, Brownian movement, Degrees of freedom, Principle of equi-partition of energy, mean free path of gas

molecules, Maxwell’s Law of distributions of velocities.

*Equation of state:* Physical explanation of the behavior of real gases. Andrew’s experiments, Vander walls

equation, Critical constants, defects of Vander wall’s equation, State of matter near the critical point.

*Thermodynamics:* Zeroth law of Thermodynamics and its significance. First law of thermodynamics, work done

during adiabatic and isothermal processes. Second law of thermodynamics, Carnot’s cycle, Carnot’s engine,

thermionic emission, entropy changes in reversible and an irreversible process, entropy of a perfect gas, zero

point energy and negative temperature, Maxwell’s thermo dynamical relations.

*Wave and oscillations: *Wave and composition of simple harmonic motion, simple harmonic motion, average

value of kinetic and potential energies of a harmonic oscillation, superposition of simple harmonic motions,

uses of Lissajous figures.

*Damped and forced harmonic oscillator*: Damped oscillatory system, damped harmonic oscillation, the LCR

circuit, forced vibration, quality factor of forced oscillator, sharpness of resonance, phase of driven oscillator,

power absorption.

*Wave Motion:* Types of wave, progressive and stationary wave, Energy distribution due to progressive and

stationary wave, interference of sound wave, phase velocity and group velocity.

*Sound Wave:* Audible, ultrasonic, infrasonic and super sonic waves, Doppler’s effects and its application,

applications of ultrasonic sound.

*Acoustics:* Intensity of sound, Bel, sound pressure level, phonon, acoustic intensity, architectural acoustics,

Diffraction of sound, Musical sound, and noises, Speech, Characteristic’s of musical Sound.

*Building Acoustic:* Reverberation, Sabine’s reverberation formula, growth intensity, decay intensity,

reverberation time and absorption co-efficient, requisites for good acoustic.

*Optics: *

Interference: Nature of light, interference of light, coherent sources, young double slit experiment, energy

distribution,, condition for interference, production of interference fingers, Fresnel Bi-prism, Newton’s ring.

Optical Instrument: Photographic camera, simple microscope, compound microscope, telescope astronomical

telescope, spectrometer.

**Ph 1104 Physics Sessional **
**Credit: 0.75 **
**Contact hours: 3/2 Hrs/Week **

Experiments based on Physics- I (Ph-1103)

**Ch 1103 Chemistry **
**Credit: 4 **
**Contact Hours: 4Hrs/Week **

Crystal symmetry, Miller indices, different methods for the determination of structure; Structures of the metallic

elements and certain compounds with 3-dimensional lattices; Defects in solid states, Semiconductors.

Electronic structure of the elements: metallic bond, band theory, hydrogen bonding, chelate bond.

*Periodic Table:* Generalization of chemical properties from periodic table. Inert gases and their importance in

industry.

*Chemical kinetics*: Theories of reaction rates.

*Chemical Equilibrium:* Law of mass action and its application; Effect of pressure on chemical equilibrium; Le-

Chateller’s theorem and application; Solvent extraction and ion exchange processes.

*Electro-Chemistry:* Electrolytes; Nerst’s theory of electrode potential, type of electrodes and electrode

potentials, emf measurement, polarization and over potentials; Origin of EMF, Free energy and EMF, Electrical

double layer, Factor affecting electrode Reaction and current, Modes of Mass transfer, Lithium ion and Lithium

ion battery, Transport number; pH value and its determination; Electrode potentials and corrosion,

Electroplating and galvanizing.

Nuclear chemistry, Nuclear reaction, nuclear hazard & photochemistry.

*Chemistry of polymer*: Polymer and polymerization, co-polymerization, ionic polymerization, living polymer,

structure and properties of macromolecules, plastic and rubber, conducting polymer.

**Ch 1104 Chemistry-I Sessional **
**Credit: 0.75 **
**Contact Hours: 3/2 Hrs/Week **

Experiments based on Ch 1103.

**Math 1103 Mathematics-I **
** Credit: 3 **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **

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Differential calculus: Limit and continuity; differentiability; Differentiation: reviews of differentiation of

various types of functions, application of differentiation, Successive differentiation; Successive differentiation

of different types of functions, Leibnitz’s theorem; Expansion of functions: Rolle’s theorem; Mean value

theorem; Taylor’s theorem (finite and infinite forms); Maclaurin’s theorem in finite and infinite forms;

Cauchy’s forms of remainder and Lagrange’s forms of remainder. Expansion of functions by differentiation;

Indeterminate forms; L’ hospitals Rule; Partial differentiation, Euler’s theorem. Maximum and minimum:

Maxima & minima of different types of functions, Physical application, Tangents and normal: Tangents and

normal, sub tangent and subnormal in Cartesian and polar co-ordinates; Asymptotes. Curvatures: Curvature,

radius of curvature, circle and centre of curvature, Chord of curvature in Cartesian and polar co-ordinates, curve

tracing Evolute and involute, envelops.

*Co-ordinate geometry of two dimensions:* Change of axes, General equation of second degree.

*Co-ordinate Geometry of three dimensions:* system of co-ordinates, distance between two points; Direction

cosine and ratio; angle between two straight lines; Equation of a plane; Plane through three given points; Angle

between two planes; Equation of a straight line through two points.

*Set theory:* Review of sets, equivalence relations, functions; Boolean algebra: Definition, basic theorems and

properties of Boolean algebra, Boolean functions.

**Hum 1103 Technical English **
** Credit: 3 **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **

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Structure and written expression: The noun-phrase, the verb phrase, subject verb agreement, pronouns; verb as

complements; questions; affirmative agreement (too / so); negative agreement (either / neither); negation;

commands; modal auxiliaries; adjectives and adverbs; comparison; nouns functioning as adjective; enough with

adjective, adverbs and nouns; cause connectors; passive voice ; causative verbs; relative clauses; that-other

uses; subjunctive; inclusive; use of know / know how; clause of concession; problem verbs; style in written

English; problem with vocabulary and prepositions; verbal idioms.

*Scientific terminology:* Construction of sentences and paragraphs; phrases and idioms; proverbs; punctuation;

commercial correspondence and tender notice, amplification and description; Comprehension, précis; Technical

report writing; standard forms of term papers, thesis, etc.

**CE 1104 Civil Engineering Drawing Credit: 0.75 **

Contact hours: 3/2 Hrs/Week

*Introduction:* Lettering and numbering; use of instruments. Projection: - Line, square plating, cube, prism, cone, cylinder. Plan, Elevations and sections of Residential Buildings. Use of various drawing and drafting instruments, Computer Aided Drawing and Design.

**Detailed Syllabus of 1st year 2nd Term B. Sc. Engineering **
**EE 1203 Electrical Circuits & Filter Design **
**Credit: 3 **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/Week **
** Prerequisite Course: EE 1103**
*Transients*: Transient conditions in electrical (ac & dc) circuits.

*Graph theory***:** Loop, Path-set, cut-set and mesh matrix & their relationships.

*Coupled circuits:* self and mutual inductances, coupling co-efficient, analysis of coupled coils, dot rule, energy

in a pair of coupled coils, reflected impedance, conductively coupled circuits, transfer impedance.

*Poly-phase circuits*: Analysis of balanced and unbalanced polyphase circuits, Phase sequence, Methods of

checking phase sequence, power in the three phase circuits and its measurement.

*Dissipation less network: *Reactance and Susceptance curves.

*Filter*: Conventional filter design and operation, elementary filter sections, fundamental equations of an ideal

filter, theorem connecting characteristic impedance and attenuation constant-k sections, prototype filter

sections, m-derived filter sections, use of reactance curves in determining filter performance, impedance

matching of filters, composite filters, band pass and band stop filters, frequency transformations to develop

other types of filter from low pass case.

*Modern Filter*: Ideal transfer function, general design procedure, Butterworth and Chebychev filters:

approximation and design.

*Two Port Networks (TPN):* Two port networks (symmetrical & asymmetrical), determination of two port

parameters, relationship between two port parameters, equivalent model for different parameters’ representation

of TPNs, reciprocity and symmetry of TPNs, π and T equivalent networks, interconnection of TPNs, recurrent

networks- ladder, lattice sections, T & PI sections, half section, L section, terminated two port networks;

iterative impedance, image impedance, characteristic impedance, symmetrical two port networks.

**EE 1204: Electrical Circuits & Filter Design Sessional **
**Credit: 1. 5 **
**Contact hours: 3 Hrs/week **

Laboratory Work-Experiments based on EE1203

**EE 1222 Computer Fundamentals and Programming **
**Credit: 1.5 **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **

*Introduction to Computers*: Review of Number systems and codes,

* *Hardware components

**.** **Softwares and applications****:** Types of software and concept of operating systems, high level language,

Assembly language and Machine language; Problem solving technique, algorithm development and

construction of Flow chart; Information technology fundamentals, Internet, Extranet and Intranet.

**Programming in C****: **Concepts and notations, variables, constants, data types, operators and operations,

expressions and statements, control structures, input; Functions and program structures

**:** Function basics,

parameter passing conventions, recursion; header files; arrays, string and Pointers; User defined data type:

structures, unions, enumeration; Input and Output

**:** Standard input and output, formatted input and output, file

access; Dynamic memory allocation, variable length argument list; Command line parameters; error handling.

**Ph 1203 Physics-II **
**Credit: 3**
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **
** Prerequisite Course: Ph 1103 **
* *

**Solid State Physics**: Crystal structure: Periodic array of atoms, fundamental types of lattices, Miller index.

*Reciprocal Lattices:* Diffraction of waves by crystals, scattered wave amplitude, Brillouin Zones, Fourier

analysis of basis.

*Phonon:* Vibration of crystal with monatomic basis, two atoms per primitive basis, phonon heat capacity,

thermal conductivity, enharmonic crystal interaction.

*Free electron Fermi gas:* Energy levels in one dimension, Fermi-Dirac distribution, heat capacity of electric

gas, electrical conductivity and Ohms law, motion in magnetic law, thermal conductivity of metals.

*Breakdown of the classical theory of conductions*: Mean free paths, specific heat, Hall Effect, Fermi structure of

metals, construction of Fermi surface, electron orbits, hole orbits and open orbits, Wigner-Scitz method for

calculation of energy bands, Fermi surface of copper, velocity of electron according to band theory.

*Laser: *History of laser, physical process in lasers, laser structure, parameter and modes of operation, laser type,

semiconductor lasers, ruby laser, Raman laser, Nobel gas lasers and application of laser.

* *

Modern Physics:
*Practical properties of waves:* Black body radiation, Planck’s Quantum hypothesis, Photo electric effect, The

Crompton effect, Quantum state of energy, Dual Character of light, X-ray diffraction, formulation of Bragg and

Von Laue, Application of x-ray.

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Wave Properties of matter: De Broglie’s hypothesis, nature of De Broglie’s waves, phase velocity and group

velocity, uncertainty principle, elementary proof Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation; application of uncertainty

principle.

*Atomic Structure*: Bohr’s atom model, nature of electron orbits, orbital energy, electron energy levels in

hydrogen, orbital energy level diagram of hydrogen atom, correspondence of principle, vector atom model,

space quantization, magnetic moment of orbital electron, quantization of magnetic moment; spin magnetic

moment of an electron.

**Nuclear Physics**: Radio activity: introduction to radioactivity, Laws of radioactive disintegration, half life,

mean life, laws of successive disintegration, secular and transient radioactive equilibrium; practical application

of radioactivity.

*Nuclear energy:* Fission and fusion process, mass distribution, energy distribution, chain reaction, binding

energy, nuclear force, nuclear reactor.

*Relativity***: **Galilean Transformation, Lorentz transformation, length contraction, time dilation, proper and non

proper time, relativistic variation of mass, Einstein’s mass energy relation; Min Kowalski space.

*Solid State Physics*: Crystal structure: Periodic array of atoms, fundamental types of lattices, Miller

index.

*Reciprocal Lattices*: Diffraction of waves by crystals, scattered wave amplitude, Brillouin Zones,

Fourier analysis of basis.

*Phonon*: Vibration of crystal with monatomic basis, two atoms per primitive basis, phonon heat

capacity, thermal conductivity, enharmonic crystal interaction.

*Free electron Fermi gas*: Energy levels in one dimension, Fermi-Dirac distribution, heat capacity of

electric gas, electrical conductivity and Ohms law, motion in magnetic law, thermal conductivity of

metals.

Breakdown of the classical theory of conductions: Mean free paths, specific heat, Hall Effect, Fermi

structure of metals, construction of Fermi surface, electron orbits, hole orbits and open orbits, Wigner-

Scitz method for calculation of energy bands, Fermi surface of copper, velocity of electron according

to band theory.

Laser: History of laser, physical process in lasers, laser structure, parameter and modes of operation,

laser type, semiconductor lasers, ruby laser, Raman laser, Nobel gas lasers and application of laser.

**Modern Physics**:

Practical properties of waves: Black body radiation, Planck’s Quantum hypothesis, Photo electric

effect, The Crompton effect, Quantum state of energy, Dual Character of light, X-ray diffraction,

formulation of Bragg and Von Laue, Application of x-ray.

Wave Properties of matter: De Broglie’s hypothesis, nature of De Broglie’s waves, phase velocity and

group velocity, uncertainty principle, elementary proof Heisenberg’s uncertainty relation; application

of uncertainty principle.

Atomic Structure: Bohr’s atom model, nature of electron orbits, orbital energy, electron energy levels

in hydrogen, orbital energy level diagram of hydrogen atom, correspondence of principle, vector atom

model, space quantization, magnetic moment of orbital electron, quantization of magnetic moment;

spin magnetic moment of an electron.

Nuclear Physics: Radio activity: introduction to radioactivity, Laws of radioactive disintegration, half

life, mean life, laws of successive disintegration, secular and transient radioactive equilibrium;

practical application of radioactivity.

Nuclear energy: Fission and fusion process, mass distribution, energy distribution, chain reaction,

binding energy, nuclear force, nuclear reactor.

Relativity: Galilean Transformation, Lorentz transformation, length contraction, time dilation, proper

and non proper time, relativistic variation of mass, Einstein’s mass energy relation; Min Kowalski

space.

**Ph 1204 Physics – II Sessional **
**Credit: 0.75 **
**Contact hours: 3/2 Hrs/week **

Experiments based on physics-II (Ph-1203).

**Math 1203 Mathematics-II **
**Credit: 3 **
**Contact hours: 3 Hrs/week **
**Prerequisite Course: Math 1103 **
* *

Integral calculus: Definition of integration; Integration by the method of substitution; Integration by parts;

Standard integrals; Integration by the method of successive reduction; Definite integrals, its properties and uses

in summation of series; Wallis’s formula; Improper integral; Differentiation under the sign of integration,

integration under the sign of integration, Beta and gamma functions; Area under a plane curves in Cartesian and

polar co-ordinates; parametric and pedal equation, intrinsic equation; volume of solid revolution, volume of

hollow solids of revolutions by shell method, area of surface of revolution.

*Differential Equations in one Independent Variable:* Formation of differential equation, Order and degree of

differential equations; Solution of differential equation of first order first degree by different methods; Solution

of first order and higher degree, Application of first order deferential equation, Solutions of linear differential

equations of second and higher orders with constant coefficients; Solutions of homogeneous linear equation.

**Hum 1204 English Skills Laboratory **
**Credit: 0.75**
**Contact hours: 3/2 Hrs/week **

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Grammar: Tense, article, preposition, subject-verb agreement, clause, conditional and sentence structure.

*Vocabulary building:* Correct and precise diction, affixes, level of appropriateness, Colloquial and standard,

informal and formal.

*Developing reading skill:* Strategies of reading, skimming, scanning, predicting, inferring; analyzing and

interpreting variety of texts; practicing comprehension from literary and nonliterary texts.

*Developing writing skill***:** Sentences, sentence variety, generating sentences; clarity and correctness of sentences,

linking sentences to form paragraphs, writing paragraphs, essays, and reports, formal and informal letters.

*Listening skill and note taking: *Listening to recorded texts and class lectures and learning to take useful notes

based on listening.

*Developing speaking skill:* Oral skills including communicative expressions for personal identification, life at

home, giving advice and opinion, instruction and directions, requests, complaints, apologies, describing people

and places, narrating events.

**ME 1203 Basic Mechanical Engineering **
**Credit: 3 **
**Contact hours: 3 Hrs/week **

Introduction to the sources of heat energy. Renewable and non-renewable sources and their potential;

Introduction to steam generation.

*Steam generator*: Boilers and their classification; Working principle of few common and modern boiler; boiler

mountings and accessories; performance of boiler.

*Heat engines*: Classifications, working principle, applications, fuel, lubrication, cooling systems of I.C engines.

*Thermodynamics: *Review of laws of thermodynamics,

* *analysis of different thermodynamic cycles, vapor

power cycles, Representation of various cycles on PV & TS planes.

*Basic concepts of refrigeration systems:* Vapor compression refrigeration, Absorption refrigeration, cop,

refrigerants and their classifications and properties.

*Basic concepts of air conditioning systems:* Introduction, objectives and major components of air conditioning

systems; Humidity; Dew point.

*Stress and strain:* Tension and compression; Internal force; stress; Axial stresses and shear stresses; Strain;

Elasticity and elastic limit; Hook’s law; Modulus of Elasticity; Proportional limit; Stress strain diagram;

Modulus or rigidity; Impact load, Introduction to torsion.

**ME 1204 Basic Mechanical Engineering Sessional **
**Credit: 0.75 **
**Contact hours: 3/2 Hrs/week **

Experiments based on basic mechanical engineering (ME1203).

**Hum 1203 Economics & Accounting **
**Credit: 3 **
**Contact Hours: 3 Hrs/week **

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**Economics**: Definition, scope and methods. Demand, supply and their elasticity’s; equilibrium analysis-partial and general;

Consumer behavior, marginal utility; indifference curve, consumer’s surplus; producer behavior; iso-quant, iso-

cost line. Factors of production function; production possibility curve; fixed cost and variable cost; short run

and long run costs, total, average and marginal cost; laws of returns; internal and external economics and

diseconomies; market and market forms; perfect and imperfect competition; price output determinations.

Introductory ideas on GNP, GDP, perceptual income, interest, rent, saving, investment, inflation; Project

approval, NPV, IRR & their application, cost benefit analysis.

*Accounting:*** **

Introduction: Definition, advantages, objects; Nature of transaction; double-entry system of book-keeping;

classification of account.

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Accounting cycle: Journal, ledger, trial balance, final account including adjustment.

*Final Accounts:* Trading & manufacturing accounts, profit and loss accounts and balance sheet.

*Depreciation:* methods of depreciation.

*Costing:* Concept of cost, classification of cost, cost-sheet, distribution of overhead to the various cost centre/

departments, calculation of departmental overhead rate and machine hour rate; job costing: preparation of job

cost-sheet & quotation. Marginal costing & profit volume/ratio, operating cost.

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