# NIT Calicut 1st Year Syllabus Part IV

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

Module 1 (4Lecture+6drawing hours)

Introduction to Engineering Graphics – Drawing instruments and their use – Different types of

lines – Lettering & dimensioning – Familiarization with current Indian Standard Code of Practice

for Engineering Drawing.

Scales, Plain scales, Diagonal scales, Vernier scales.

Introduction to orthographic projections- Horizontal, vertical and profile planes – First angle and

third angle projections – Projection of points in different coordinates – Projections of lines

inclined to one of the reference planes

Module II

Projections of lines inclined to both the planes – True lengths of the lines and their angles of

inclination with the reference planes – Traces of lines. (4Lecture+6 drawing hours)

Projection of plane lamina of geometric shapes inclined to one of the reference planes – inclined

to both the planes, Traces of planes (2Lecture+3 drawing hours)

Projections on auxiliary planes (2 lecture +3 drawing hours)

Module III

Projections of polyhedra and solids of revolution, projection of solids with axis parallel to one of

the planes and parallel or perpendicular to the other plane – Projections with the axis inclined to

one of the planes. Projections of solids with axis inclined to both the planes – Projections of

spheres and combination of solids. (4Lecture+6 drawing hours)

Module IV

Sections of solids by planes perpendicular to at least one of the reference planes – True shapes of

sections. (2 lectures, 3 drawing hours)

Developments, development of the lateral surface of regular solids like, prisms, pyramids,

cylinders, cones and spheres, development of truncated solids (2 lectures +3 drawing hours)

Isometric projection – Isometric scale – Isometric views – Isometric projection of prisms,

pyramids, cylinders, cones, spheres and solids made by combination of the above. (2 lectures +6

drawing hours)

Text book

Bhatt N. D, Elementary Engineering Drawing, Charotar Publishing House, Anand, 2002

References

1. Narayana K L & Kannaiah P, Engineering Graphics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,

1992

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2. Luzadder W J, Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi,

2001

3. Thomas E French & Charkes J V, Engineering Drawing & Graphing Technology,

McGraw Hill Book Co, New York, 1993

4. Venugopal K, Engineering Drawing & Graphics, New Age International Pvt. Ltd., New

Delhi, 1994

ZZ1004 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

Pre-requisite: NIL

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Module 1 (7 Hours)

Data Types, Operators and Expressions: Variables and constants – declarations – arithmetic,

relational and logical operators – Assignment operator and expressions – conditional expressions

– precedence and order of evaluation.

Control Flow: Statements and blocks – if-else, switch, while, for and do-while statements –

break and continue statements, goto and labels.

Module 2 (7 Hours)

Functions and Program structure: Basics of functions, Parameter passing – scope rules –

recursion.

Module 3 (7 Hours)

Pointers and Arrays: Single and multidimensional arrays – Pointers and arrays – address

arithmetic – Passing pointers to functions.

Module 4 (7 Hours)

Structures and Unions: Basics of structures, Structures and functions – Arrays of Structures –

Pointers to structures – self referential structures – Type definitions – Unions.

Input and Output: Standard input and output – Formatted output – variable length argument list

– file access.

Text Book:

1. B. W. Kernighan and D. M. Ritchie, The C Programming Language (2/e), Prentice Hall,

1988.

References:

1. B.S. GottFried, Schaum’s Outline of Programming with C(2/e), McGraw-Hill, 1996.

2. C. L. Tondo and S. E. Gimpel, The C Answer Book(2/e), Prentice Hall, 1988.

3. B. W. Kernighan, The Practice of Programming, Addison-Wesley, 1999.

PH1091 PHYSICS LAB

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS

1. Magnetic Hysteresis loss – Using CRO

2. Band gap using four probe method

3. Hall effect- determination of carrier density, Hall coefficient and mobility

4. Solar cell characteristics

5. Double refraction – measurement of principle refractive indices.

6. Measurement of N.A & Attenuation

7. Measurement of e/m of electron – Thomson’s experiment

8. Determination of Planck’s constant

9. Measurement of electron charge – Milliken oil drop experiment

10. Determination of Magnetic Field along the axis of the coil

11. Newton’s rings

12. Laurent’s Half shade polarimeter –determination of specific rotatory power

13. Study of P-N junction

14. Study of voltage-current characteristics of a Zener diode.

15. Laser – measurement of angle of divergence & determination of l using grating

16. Measurement of Magnetic susceptibility- Quincke’s Method / Gouy’s balance.

17. Mapping of magnetic field

NOTE: Any 8 experiments have to be done.

Reference:

1. Experiments in Engineering physics, Avadhanulu, Dani and Pokley, S. Chand & Company

ltd (2002).

2. Experiments in Modern Physics, A.C. Melissinos, J. Napolitano, Academic Press (2003)

3. Practical physics, S.L. Gupta and V. Kumar, Pragathi Prakash (2005)