# NIT-Raipur III SEM Metallurgy Syllabus

Name of the Subject Numerical Analysis and

Computer Programming

Subject Code MT20311(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 3 4 (Th) + 2 (P)

Numerical Analysis

Approximations and round off errors, Truncation errors and Taylor Series, Determination of roots of

polynomials and transcendental equations by Newton-Raphson, Secant and Bairstow’s method.

Solutions of linear simultaneous linear algebraic equations by Gauss Elimination and Gauss- Siedel iteration

methods, Curve fitting- linear and nonlinear regression analysis.

Backward, Forward and Central difference relations and their uses in Numerical differentiation and integration,

Application t of difference relations in the solution of partial differential equations. Numerical solution of

ordinary differential equations by Euler, Modified Euler, Runge-Kutta and Predictor-Corrector method

Computer Programming

Introduction to computer programming in C and C++ languages. Arithmetic expressions, Simple

programs.Example of some simple C program. Dissection of the program line by line.

Concepts of variables, program statements and function calls from the library (printf for example) C data types,

int, char, float etc.

C expressions, arithmetic operations, relational and logic operations. C assignment statements, extension of

assignment to the operations. C primitive input output using getchar and putchar, exposure to the scant and

printf functions. C statements, conditional execution using if, else. Optionally switch and break statements may

be mentioned.

Concepts of loops, example of loops in C using for, while and do-while.

Optionally continue may be mentioned.

One dimensional arrays and example of iterative programs using arrays, 2-d arrays. Use in matrix

computations.

Concept of Sub-programming, functions. Example of functions. Argument passing mainly for the simple

variables.

Pointers, relationship between arrays and pointers. Argument passing using pointers.

Array of pointers, Passing arrays as arguments.

Strings and C string library. Structure and unions. Defining C structures, passing structures as arguments.

Program examples. File I/O. Use of fopen, fscanf and fprintf routines.

Suggested Text Books & References.

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Suggested Text Books & References.

• Shastry, S.S., “Numerical Methods”, Prentice Hall Inc., India, 1998.

• Noble Ben, “Numerical Methods”, New York International Publications, New York, 1964.

• Stanton Ralph G., “Numerical Methods for Engineering”, Englewood cliffs, N.J., Prentice Hall Inc., 1961.

• Buckingham R.A., “Numerical Methods”, Sir Isaac Pitman Sons. Ltd., London, 1957.

• Bakhvalov, N .S., “Numerical Methods”, Mir. Pub., Moscow, 1977.

• Grewal, B.S., “Numerical Methods”, Khanna Pub., New Delhi, 1998.

• Sudhit Kaicker, “The Complete ANSI C”, BPB Publications, New Delhi, 1996.

• Kernighan, B. W. and D .M. Ritchie, “The C Programming Language”, Prentice Hall of India, 1998.

• Byron, S. Gottfreid, “Programming with C”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd edition 1998.

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Name of the Subject Fundamentals of

Electrical Technology an

Electronics

Subject Code EL20312(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies Electrical

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 – 4 (Th)

D.C. Motors –

Operating principles, classification, characteristics, (Elect & Mechanical) starting method

3point & 4 point starter, speed control -ward Leonard control braking Application

A.C. motors –

(a) Construction and operating principles or three phase induction motor, equivalent circuit,

Torque slip characteristics, Star delta starter. (b) Three phase synchronous motor- working principles, starting,

application.(c) Single phase Induction Motor fractional horse power motors, their applications

Semiconductors and Transistors

– Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, PN junction diodes, zener diode,

junction transistors PNP and NPN transistors and their working in CB CE and CC configurations, Half wave

and Full wave rectifier circuits using semiconductors, Basic amplifier circuit.

Electric Heating –

Modes of transfer of heat, Classification of electrical heating method. Resistance heating,

Infrared heating Arc furnaces Induction heating, High frequency eddy current heating, Dielectric heating,

choice of frequency.

Electric welding –

Resistance welding, electric arc welding, ultrasonic welding, electron beam welding, laser

beam welding Requirements of good weld. Preparation or work electrodes, Electric welding equipment

Text Books:

1. Electrical Technology Vol-I & II B.L. Theraja

2. Basic Electronics – Theraja

Reference Book

1. Basic electronics – V.K. Mehata (S.Chand & Co.)

2. Basic Electronics – Tata McGraw Hill

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Name of the Subject Introduction to Materials

Science

Subject Code MT20313(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 – 4 (Th)

Role of metals and materials in the service of mankind, brief history of materials science and metallurgical

engineering, Introduction, Significance of Structure-Property correlation

Classification of materials: Metals & Alloys, Ceramics, Polymers, Composites and Semiconductors,

Comparison of general spectrum of their physical, mechanical and electrical properties. Atomic Structure &

Inter-atomic Bonding: Fundamentals of Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding; Atomic Bonding in Solids

Ionic, Covalent, and Metallic bonding.

Mechanical Properties of Materials: Elastic, Plastic and Viscoelastic Behaviour of materials, Stress-strain

relationship, Concept of true stress, true strain flow curve,

Thermal properties of materials: Heat capacity, Thermal expansion and thermal conductivity. Electrical

properties of materials: Electronic and Ionic conduction; Energy Band structures in solids ; Electron Mobility ;

Temperature variation of conductivity.

Dielectric behaviour: Capacitance ; Types of polarization ; Frequency dependence of dielectric constant,

Ferroelectricity and Piezoelectricity in materials.

Magnetic properties: Diamagnetic; Ferromagnetic, anti-ferromagnetic and Ferrimagnetic behaviour of

Materials, soft and hard magnetic materials, superconductivity.

Optical properties: Light interaction with solids; Absorption, Transmission and Reflection, Luminescence;

Photoconductivity, Lasers. Environmental Degradation of materials: Oxidation and Corrosion; Thermal and

Materials selection: Material properties and Engineering Design parameters; General effects of processing on

parameters, selection of structural, Electronic and Magnetic Materials – case studies.

Books:

1. V Raghavan – Materials Science & Engineering. – Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.

2. Murthy & Jena: Structure and properties of Engineering Materials ,TMH New Delhi

3. W D Callister, Jr. – Materials Science & Engineering – An Introduction – John Willey & Sons, Inc,

New York.

4. J F Shackelford – Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers – Maxwell Macmilan International

Editions, Singapore.

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Name of the Subject Metallurgical

Thermodynamics

Subject Code MT20314(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

4 1 – 5 (Th)

Scope and concept – Energy and its forms systems, path and state properties, Thermodynamics processes,

Thermodynamic equilibrium, Reversible and Irreversible processes. First law of thermodynamics, Internal

energy, Specific heat, Enthalpy and their derivative; Thermo-chemistry – Thermo-chemical laws and

applications.

Second law of thermodynamics – Entropy and its derivative; Concept of free energy, Criterion of equilibrium,

thermodynamic potential; Zeros and third law of thermodynamics; Heat Capacity and Entropy Changes.

Sensible Heats, Transformation Heats, Reaction Heats,

Temperatures, Heat Balances.

Chemical Potential, Gibbs – Helmholtz Equation, Criteria of Equilibria , Phase Equilibria in One Component

Systems , Clausius – Claperyon Equation, Heats of Vaporization from Vapor Pressure Data, Shift in

Transformation Temperature with Pressure. Fugacity, activity and equilibrium constant, Vant Hoff’s

isotherm,

Ellingham diagrams for oxides, sulphides, halides etc. and their applications to metallurgical

processes

.

The Behavior of Gases. Compressibility Factor, Law of Corresponding States, Equations of State,

Fugacity. Reactions Equilibria – The effect of temperature and pressure on equilibrium constant. Equilibria in

Gaseous Systems, The Equilibrium Constant and

?G°, Reaction Extent Problems, Equilibria in Systems

Containing Condensed Phases,

Solution Thermodynamics – Thermodynamic solutions. Raoult’s law. Henry’s law. Sievert’s law.

Absolute and Partial and Integral Molar Quantities, Relative and Partial Integral Molar Quantities, Ideal

Solutions, Excess Quantities, Gibb’s-Duhem Equation, Tangent Intercept Method, Change in Reference State,

1 wt % Reference State Interaction Parameters. Actual solutions. Regular solutions.

Application of the laws of thermodynamics to metallurgical processes, Thermodynamics of Electrochemical

Cell and Application. ,interfacial phenomena, extraction and refining of materials. Kinetics of

Metallurgical reactions; Collision theory; Theory of absolute reaction rates. Chemical Kinetics

Order and

molecularity of reaction; Arrhenuis equation

Books:

1. Introduction to Metallurgical Thermodynamics, David R. Gaskell.

2. Problems in Thermodynamics & Kinetics, G. S. Upadhyaya and R. N. Dubey.

Reference:

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1. Chemical Metallurgy, J.J. Moore

2. Physical Chemistry of Metals, L. S. Darken and G. Gurry, Tata Mc-Graw hill.

3. Metallurgical Thermodynamics, ML Kapoor Part I & II

4. Dr. Tupkary R.H.; Introduction to Metallurgical Thermodynamics

5. A. Ghosh; Text book of Materials & Metallurgical Thermodynamics; Prentice Hll of India, Delhi,

2003

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Name of the Subject Fuel, Furnaces and

Refractory

Subject Code MT20315(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 3 4 (Th) + 2 (P)

Metallurgical coke, manufacture, specifications, testing and properties; Coking and Non-coking coals;

Characterization of coal properties (caking and swelling indices, calorific value , proximate and ultimate

analysis, etc); Coal carbonization and effects of different parameters; Properties of coke, char and graphite;

Fuel combustion and the effects of different factors; Combustion calculations; Alternative source of energy

(viz. ferro coke, formed coke, charcoal, solar, wind, tidal, etc.) and their suitability for metallurgical and power

industries. Fuel for Sponge Iron and thermal power Plants

Liquid fuels, their properties, testing and metallurgical applications. Gaseous fuels, their properties, testing and

metallurgical application, manufacture of producer gas and water gas. Coke Oven Gas, Blast Furnace Gas and

natural Gas. Factors affecting the choice of fuels.

Acid, basic and neutral refractories, their composition and properties; Methods of production of fire clay, silica,

magnesite, chrome- magnesite, dolomite and insulation bricks; special refractories;. Testing of Refractories,

Factors deciding the choice of refractory for a particular furnace and its parts.

Metallurgical furnaces, classification and uses. Thermal performance and Heat losses in Furnaces. Furnace

efficiency and heat balance computation, Sankey Diagrams, Flame characteristics in combustion. Variable

affecting heat utilization in flame furnaces. Burner Designs and selection. Radiant tubes & their uses. Bouyancy

movement of gases; types of drafts and draft control. Large pressure drop conditions, uses of high pressure

blowers and compressed air blast. Flow through tuyeres/lances. Jet movement of gases and patterns flow.

Radiant heat transfer in gases and flames. Calculation of transient condition of heating of charge by Heisler

Charts.

Heat recovery aspects, Waste Heat Utilization methods, Recuperator and Regenerator calculations, types of

Recuperators and Regenerators and Checker brick work. Vaccum production in furnaces. Ingot heating soaking

pits. Continuous Pusher type furnaces, walking beam furnaces, Roller Hearth furnaces; Bell type furnaces and

other heat treatment furnaces. Direct –arc melting furnaces, salt bath furnaces.

Text Books:

1. Metallurgical furnaces- Krivadin and Markov

2. A. Rashid Chesti, Refractories. Prenticae- Hall of India private ltd.

3.Elements of fuels ,Refractories and Furnaces – O.P. Gupta.

Reference Book

1. Gilchrist, J.D. fuels & Refractories, Macmillan , 1963

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2. Norton, Fo H. Refractories, McGraw- Hill, N.Y. 1958

3. Butt A Metallurgical problems McGraw-Hill, Book Company London 194

4. Efficient use of fuels, HMSO London 1953

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Name of the Subject

Minerals and Ores

Beneficiation

Subject Code

MT20316(MT)

Semester III Board of Studies

Metallurgy

Maximum Marks 70 Minimum Marks 25

Lecture Periods/Week Tutorial Periods/Week Practical Periods/Week Credits

3 1 3 4 (Th) + 2 (P)

Mineralogy:

Physical Properties of Minerals; Classification of various Rock Forming Minerals, Introduction

and Preliminary study of Principle Rock Forming Mineral Groups; Quartz, Feldspar, Mica, Pyroxenes,

Amphibole, Garnet, Feldspathoids. Mode of Occurrence, Origin, Distribution, Association, and Industrial uses

of important Metallic (Al, Au, Cu, Cr, Fe, Mn, Sn, Pb and Zn)

COMMINUTION:

Jaw and Gyratory crushers, roll crusher and their performance. Ball & rod mills –

capacities and reduction ratios Hammer mills, gravity stamps and Disc crushers. Grinding – Dry and wet

grinding. Open and closed circuit grinding. Laws of crushing and work index. Theory of Ball Mill operation,

Rittinger’s , Kick’s and Bond’s laws of crushing and grinding. Screening, sizing and sampling.

GRAVITY CONCENTRATION TECHNIQES:

Theory of settling, Elementary concepts of movement of

solids in fluids. Stokes and Newtons Laws. Reynold’s number. Free and hindered settling. Classification and

its application in mineral dressing. Practice of Hydraulic and mechanical classification, working of thickeners.

Hydrocyclones and Rotary filters. Heavy media separation. Principles of jigging and Tabling. Magnetic and

Electro static separation. Processes with equipments used. Important controlling factors in operation.

FLOTATION TECHNIQUES:

Application Froth flotation. Frothers. Collectors. Depressants. Aciivators. Ph

modifiers etc., multistage flotation – Principle, equipments, and application. Differential flotation. Flotation

circuits. Study of basic de-watering techniques like-sedimentation – filtration – drying., Simple flow sheets

for Beneficiation of Fe, Mn, Cr, Cu, Pb, Zn and beach sands.

Text books:

1. Principles of Mineral Dressing, Gaudin, A.M.

2. Mineral Processing Technology – B.A. Wills

3. Text Book of Geology – G.B. Mahapatra

References:

1. Mineral Processing Technology, S. K. Jain

2. Unit operation in Chemical Engineering.

NIT III Sem Metallurgy Syllabus