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BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics Find the bilinear map which maps –1, 0, 1 of the zplane onto –1,i, 1of the wplane. Show that the upper half of the zplane maps onto theinterior of the unit circle  w  = 1.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics A rectangular box open at the top is to have volume of 32 c.c. Find thedimensions of the box requiring least material for its construction, byLagrange’s multiplier method.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics Find the radius of curvature at any point ‘t’ on the curvex = a (cost + t sint), y = a(sintt cost)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics Find the Laplace transform of unit step function at t = a.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics State Cauchy’s integral theorem.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Mathematics State the sufficient conditions for a function f(z) to be analytic.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Draw the block diagram of ultrasonic flaw detector and explain how it isused for detecting defects in materials.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain the nondestructive testing method of materials by Liquidpenetrant method.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain shape memory alloys.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What is meant by internal field in dielectrics? Obtain Clasius Mosotti equation and explain how it can be used to determine the dipole moment of polar molecules.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain Type I and Type II superconductors.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain with a sketch the variation of Fermi level with temperature and dopingconcentration in an Ntype semiconductor .
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Derive an expression for electrical conductivity of an intrinsic semiconductor.Describe the experimental method of determination of bandgap of asemiconductor
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Derive an expression for density of energy states. Obtain an expression for Fermienergy in metals at T = 0 K.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Solving Schrodinger’s time independent wave equation find the energyeigenvalues of a particle moving freely inside an one – dimensional box.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Discuss the classification of optical fibres based of refractive index profile
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain fibre optic based displacement sensor.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Describe the construction and working of Michelson’s interferometer.Explain the method of determination of wavelength of monochromaticsource of light.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Describe simple cubic, body centered cubic and face centered cubicstructures with examples and calculate the atomic packing density.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What is magnetostriction effect? With a neat circuit diagram, describe theproduction of ultrasonic waves by magnetostriction method.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain the various factors affecting acoustics of buildings and theirremedies.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What are the requirements of good insulating materials?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What are metallic glasses?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain isotope effect in superconductors.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics With increase in temperature the resistivity of semiconductors decreases, while that of metals increases. Give reasons.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics State WiedemannFranz law.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What is the principle of laser and give the important requisites for laser action to take place.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics A monochromatic source of light is used to get circular fringes in Michelson’s interferometer. When the movable mirror is moved by 0.06 mm, a shift of 200 circular fringes is observed. Find the wavelength of light used?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics What is a unit cell? How many lattice parameters are required to describe a cubic lattice?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Noise level inside a room with printer operating is found to be 80 dB. Find the noise level produced by the printer alone, if the background noise without the printer is 73 dB.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What is the use of mason’s gain formula.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Give two examples for open loop and closed loop systems.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What do you meant by analogous systems.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What are the frequency domain specifications.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What are the advantages and disadvantages of feedback control systems.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems How can we classify second order system based on damping ratio.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Define gain margin.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Define resonant frequency.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems State Routh stability criterion.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Define Nyquist stability criterion.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What are the difference between state space analysis and Transfer function analysis.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What are root loci.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What is servomechanism.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What are the different types of controller.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What is synchro.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Name the test signals used in control systems.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What is polar plot.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Give examples for frequency response plot.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Write down state mode and output model of state space systems.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems What do you mean by decomposition of transfer function.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems For a unity feedback whose G(s)=1/s(s+1) the input signal is r(t)= 4+6t+2t3. Find the generalized error coefficients.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems A unity feedback system has an open loop transfer function G(s)=k/s(s+10). If the damping ratio is 0.5 determine (i) the value of k, (ii) peak overshoot, (iii) time to peak overshoot, (iv) settling time.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems For the given block diagram find corresponding signal flow graph and evaluate closed loop transfer function relating to output and input.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Determine the value of k for a unity feedback control system have open loop transfer function G(s)H(s)=k/s(s+2)(s+4) such that (i)gain margin =20db (ii) phase margin =600.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Investigate the F(s) for stability using RH criterion (i) F(s) =s4+ks2+(k+1)s+2 (ii) F(s)=s4+s3+3s2+s+6 (iii) F(s)=s5+s4+2s3+2s2+6s+7
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Obtain the state space model of the system with transfer function C(s)=s2+3s+2 in phase Variable form. R(s) s2+7s+13
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Sketch the root locus for the system with characteristic equation 1+G(s)H(s)=K(s+2)(s+3) (s+1)(s1)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Control Systems Find transfer function of field controlled DC servo motor.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Discuss the three main design strategies for testability.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Explain in detail Scan Based Test Techniques.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Describe in detail the chip with programmable logic structures
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Explain in detail the sequence of steps to design an ASIC
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Give the structural description for priority encoder using verilog.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Write the verilog code for 4 bit ripple carry full adder
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Explain in detail any five operators used in HDL .
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Write a note on MOS models
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Explain the different regions of operation in a MOS transistor.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Explain channel length modulation and body effect.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design xplain the DC characteristics of CMOS inverter with neat sketch.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Describe nwell process in detail.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Discuss the steps involved in IC fabrication process.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Draw the boundary scan input logic diagram.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What do you mean by DFT?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Draw an assert high switch condition if input = 0 and input =1.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What is CBIC ?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What is the difference between === and == ?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What are the difference between task and function?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What is a pull down device?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design Define rise time and fall time.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What are the two types of layout design rules?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Low Power VLSI Design What are the different MOS layers?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements State and explain theories of failure
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Explain self locking and over haul of screw jack
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write short notes on :(a) Fetal ECG monitoring(b) DSP processors(c) Chirp2 Algorithm.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications What are the conditions to be satisfied by LTZ system?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Prove the following properties of DFT with example : (i) Periodically property (ii) Convolution property
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Determine whether following signals are periodic (i) cos (0.3 pn + p/6) (ii) x(n) = sin (0.01 pn)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications What are the conditions to be satisfied by LT1 system.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write short notes on : (a) Application of DSP in Telecommunication(b) DSP processor(c) Effect of finite word length(d) Chirp zalgorithm
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Using DIFFFT find DFT of the following sequence  x(n) = {1, 3, 2, 4, 1, 4, 2, 3}
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications State whether each of the following statement is true or false. Justify your answer in 4 or 5 sentences.(a) Linear phase filters are always IIR.(b) For a causal system  h(n)  tends to zero, as n tends to infinity, the system is stable.(c) A stable filter is always causal.(d) A stable, causal FIR filter has its poles lying any where inside the unit circle in the zplane.(e) IIR filter has always recursive realization.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write short notes on : (a) Fast convolution method(b) DSP processor TMS320C40(c) Goertzel algorithm.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Show that the zeros of a linear phase FIR filter occur at reciprocal location.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Find the step response of a system having difference equation Y(n) = x(n) − 0.4 y(n − 1) + 0.05 y(n − 2)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Find the given system is linear phase or not. Prove your answer. h[n] = {1, 2, 0, 2, 1}
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Derive the relationship between ztransform, DTFT and DFT.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications State and prove the Parservals Energy relation.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write the relationship of DFT and z  transform.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications What is discrete Hilbert transform ? Why it is used ?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write short note on(i) Fetal ECG monitoring (ii) DSP processor  TMS 320 C5X.(iii) Hillbert transforms.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Check whether the following systems are (i) static or dynamic (ii) linear or nonlinear(iii) shift variant or shift invariant (iv)causal or non causal.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Prove the following properties of DFT with example.(i) periodicity property (ii) convolution property
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications The impulse response of a LTI system h (n) = {1, 1/2}. Find the response of the system when input x(n) = {1, 2, 3}By (i) fold, shift multiply and sum concept.(ii) Tabulation technique.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write a short note on Chirp Algorithm.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Prove the BIBO stability condition in time domain.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Explain overlap and save method of filtering, if input data sequence is long and impulse response has a fewnumber of samples.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications A causal DT system has a difference equation [4]y(n) = x(n)  0.4 y(n  1)  0.25 y(n  2)what is ROC of this system ?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Let x(n) = {1 2 3 2 4 3 2 1} Find DFT of x(n) using DIT  FFT algorithm only.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Show polezero locations of the normalized Fourth order Butterworth IIR filter.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications An FIR LTI system has an impulse response h(n) which is real valued, even and has finite duration of(2N + 1). Show that if z1 = yejwo is a zero of the system, then z1 = (1/r)ejwo is also zero
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write the relationship of Discrete Fourier transform to Fourier transforms and z transform
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications What is Discrete Hilbert Transform ? Why it is used ?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Design and realize a low pass filter using the bilinear transformation method to satisfy the following characteristics. (i) monotonic stop band and pass band(ii) – 3dB cut off frequency of 0.5p rad(iii) stop band attenuation of 15dB at 0.75p rad
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Explain a DSP processor. State advantages of DSP processor over microprocessor for DSP applications.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Write notes on the applications of DSP in (i) Image processing(ii) Speech Processing and(iii) Telecommunication
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications The impulse response of a system is given by h(n) = (1/2)n u(n) + (– 1/5)n u(n)(a) Find H(z) along with ROC(b) Find H(ejw) directly and from z– transform(c) Comment on the system as causal, FIR, and BIBO stable(d) Find the energy in the sequence h(n)(e) Give a parallel realization of the system
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications Obtain the plot of magnitude and phase response of a filter with the following impulse responseh(n) = {– 1, 2, – 2, 1} Comment of the type of filter based on band magnitude and phase response.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Digital Signal Processing & Applications State whether each of the following statement is true or false. Justify your answer in 4 or 5 sentences. (a) Linear phase filters are always IIR(b) For a causal system  h(n)  tends to zero, as n tends to infinity, the system is stable.(c) A stable filter is always causal(d) A stable, causal FIR filter has its poles lying anywhere inside the unit circle in the zplane(e) IIR filters have recursive realization always.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process What are the applications of non traditional machining methods
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Explain AJM with a neat sketch
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process List the uses of lapping process
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Name the parts along with a neat sketch of a tool head for honing of holes
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Sketch and explain vertical lapping machine
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Differentiate between horizontal and vertical grinding machines
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Sketch a centre type cylindrical grinding machine indicating parts
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process List various grinding wheel abrasives and bonding processes
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process What is indexing? Explain compound indexing
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Draw a neat sketch to show major parts of a horizontal milling machine
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Sketch and mention the application of the drilling machine operations counter boring reaming and trepanning
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Draw neat sketch of a radial drilling machine indicating parts
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process List various drilling machines
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Sketch a planning machine indicating major parts. Name any one of the mechanism for quick return movement in a planner
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process With a neat sketch, explain any one of the driving mechanisms used in a shaping machine
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Differentiate between capstan and turret lathes
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process What are the methods of measurement of temperature of cutting tool tip? Explain any one of them
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process Explain with the help of neat sketches, heat distribution at tool and wor piece
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process List various cutting tool materials in the increasing order of their hardness
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process List various factors influencing toollife. Explain any one of them
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Manufacturing Process with neat sketches, give nomenclature of a single point cutting tool
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer State ficks law of diffusion and explain the terms briefly, comparing with Fouriers law of heat conduction
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Distinguish between film condensation and dropwise condensation
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer with a neat sketch discusss the regimes of boiling
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Write a brief note on radiation shields
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Define effectiveness of a heat exchanger and NTU. Explain their significance
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive with usual notations an expression for the logarithmic mean temperature differences of a counter flow heat exchanger.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer with the usual notations derive by dimensioal analyssi, the expression for the heat transfer coefficient in natural convection
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Using simple lumped parameter analysis develop the expression for the temperature distribution in newtonian heating. Mention the important assumption made.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer With usual notations deduce the expressions for the temperature distribution for a rectangular fin with end insulated assuming unidirectional heat flow.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive the usual notations the expression for thecritical radus of insulation of a sphere. Explain the significance
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain the physical significance of the term thermal diffusivity. it is required to measure the temperature in the following real life situations accurately: (1) temperatyre if the outer wall of I.C. engine cylinder near top dead centre (2)Temperature of the molten coming out of furnance
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer with usual notations derive the classical Fouriers heat conduction equation in 3 dimensions
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Highlight the peculiarities of radioactive heat transfer
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Briefly explain the mechanism of the three modes of heat transfer with governing equations
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain Radiation shield
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain Weins displacement law
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain Planks law
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain Kirchoffs law
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain Steam Boltzman law
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Define mass concentration and molar concentration
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Clearly explain the regions of pool boiling with a neat sketch
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive an expression for LMTD for a parallel flow heat exchanger
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain the physical significance of Grashoff number
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain the physical significance of Nusselt number
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain the physical significance of Reynolds number
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Explain the physical significance of pandtl number
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer A tube of 0.036m OD and 40cm length is maintained at a uniform temperture of 100 degree celicus. Determine the rate of heat transfer form the surface of the tube when (i) the tube is vertical and (ii) the tube is horizontal
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive an expression for the instantaneours and totla heat flow in terms of ht eproduct of Biot Number and fourier number in one dimensional transient heat conduction
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive an expression for the temperature distribution for pin fin, when the tip of the fin is insulated
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Derive an expression for the temperature distribution and the rate of heat transfer for a hollow cylinder
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer using dimensional analysis, obtain the dimensionless parameters in forced convection heat transfer
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer State and explain ficks law of diffusion
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Sketch and explain boiling curve
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Define LMTD and obtain an expression for LMTD for parallel flow heat exchanger
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer For a black body enclosed in a hemispherical space, prove that emissive power of the black body is pie times the intensity of radiation
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer State and explain the following 1. Stefan Boltzman law 2. Kirchoffs law 3. Plancks law 4. Wiens displacement law 5. Lamberts cosine law
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Design critical thickness of insulation and derive an expression for critical thickness of insulation for a cylinder
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer What are Heisler Charts? Explain their significance in solving transient conduction problems
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer What are Biot and Fourier Numbers? Explain their physical significance
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Define: Nusselt number, prandtl number, stanton number and Grashof number
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Heat & Mass Transfer Briefly explain: Hydrodynamic boundary layer and Thermal boundary layer
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Define the following(1) System clock (2) System clock frequency (3) clock period (4) clock cycle (5) memory access time (6) system timing
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor How the instructions and data flow occurs?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Define CPU and State its functions
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Describe the instruction set of a 8085 Microprocessor
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Explain the following (1) Program counte register (2) instruction register (3) stack paint register (4) status register
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Draw the functional block diagram of the intel 8085A Mircoprocessor
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Define the following 1. Fetch cycle 2. ALU 3. BUS 4. Interrupt
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor List and explain the four forms of a memory unit
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor What are microcontrollers? Distinguish between a microprocessor and a micro controller
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor State in brief most widely used number system in computer. 1. Convert the decimal number 45 to its binary equivalent 2. Convery the binary system 10011 to its decimal equivalent
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor With Truth table, explain OR gate and AND gate
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor What is meant by data acquisition? Explain DAQ system
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Explain ADC with Signals
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Briefly explain the different processes of signal conditioning
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor What are stepper motors? Explain with a neat sketch, the priniciple of working of a variable reluctance stepper motor
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor List the solid state switches and explain the two forms of bipolar transistor
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor With a sketch explain solenoid and state its uses
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor Explain light sensors and state six selection factors
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor State the priniciple of working and applications of hall effect sensor with a sketch.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor define sensors and transducer and name three types of sensors and transducers each
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor define microprocessor based controllers. Explain with a block diagram, the working of an engine management system
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor State the functions of basic elements of a closed loop control system with a block diagram
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechatronics and Microprocessor With the block diagram, briefly explain the generalized measurement system
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Discuss the Galerkin approach for 1D heat conduction problem
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain the types of boundary conditions in heat transfer problems
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the jacobian matrix for 2D triangular element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the element stiffness matrix for truss element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive teh shape function for a nine noded quadrilateral element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the shape function fora quadratic bar element using Lagrangian method
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis What are Hermite shape functions of beam element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the linear interpolation polynomial in terms of natural coordinate for 2d triangular elements
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain convergence requirements of a polynomial displacement model
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis What are the considerations for choosing the order of polynomial functions?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain the basic steps involved in FEM
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain preprocessing and preprocessing in FEM
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain briefly about node location system
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain the principle of minimum potential energy an dpriciple fo virtual work
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive an expression for stiffness matrix for a 2D truss element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis For a four noded quadrilateral element, derive an expression for jacobian matrix
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis using potential energy approach, ontain the element stiffness matrix for a ID bar element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the shape function for a 3 noded triangular element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Derive the Hermit shape function for a 2 noded beam element
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis What are interpolation functions? Explain 2D pascal triangle
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis Explain simplex, complex and multiplex elements
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis with an example, explain node numbering and element connectivity for a ID bar
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Modeling & Finite Element Analysis What is symmetric banded matrix?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration A shaft 40 mm dia and 2.5 m long has a mass of 15Kg per meter length. it is simply supported at the ends and carries three masses 90 Kg, 140Kg and 60 Kg at 0.8m,1.5m abd 2m respectively from the left support. Taking E=200 GPa. Find the Frequency of the transverse vibration using Dunkerleys method
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Derive one dimensional wave equation for lateral vibration of the string
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Derive an expression for natural frequency of a shaft carrying several loads using Dunkerleys method
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Represent the following numbers in exponential form (1) 2 + i4 (2) 2  i4.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Derive the solution (both complementary and Particular integral) for a differential equation of a undamped single degree freedom system with Harmonic excitation
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration In a single degree damped vibrating system, a suspended mass of 8 Kg makes 30 oscillations in 18 seconds, The amplitude decreases to 0.25 of the initial value of 5 oscillations. Determine: (1) the stiffness of the spring (2) the Logarithmic decreemnt. (3) The damping factor (4) the damping coefficient
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Split up the harmonic motion x=20 Sin(wt+ Pie/6) into two harmonic motions, one having a phase angle of zero and the other of 50 degree.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration A commercial type of vibration pickup has a natural frequency of 6hertz and a damping factor of 0.65. What is the lowest frequency beyond which the amplitude can be measured with in one percent error?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Explain the working principle of vibrometer(displacement measurement instrument)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Derive an expression for the longitudinal virbration of a uniform bar of length L, one end of which is fixed and other end is free.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration A disc of mass 4Kg is mounted midway between bearings which may be assumed to be simple supports. The bearing span is 480mm. The steel shaft, which is horizontal is 9mm in diameter. The CG of the disc is displaced 3mm form the geometric center. the equivalent viscours damping at the center of the discshaft may be taken as 49 N sec/m. if the shaft rotates at 760 rpm, find the maximum stresss in the shaft and compare it with dead load stress in the shaft. Also, find the power required to drive the shaft at this speed
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Write notes on Torsional vibration of circular shaft
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Write notes on Longitudinal vibrations of bars
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration A Section of pipe pertaining to a certain machine vibrates with large amplitude at a compressor speed of 220 rpm. For analyzing this system, a spring  mass system was suspended from the pipe to act as an abserber. A 1Kg absorber mass tuned to 220cpm resulted in two resonat frequencies of 188 and 258 cp,. What must be hte mass and the spring stiffness of the absorber, if the resonat frequencies are to lie outside the range of 150 and 310 cpm?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Discuss the basic principle on which vibration measuring instruments are designed. What are their practical limitations?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Define the term Transmissibility. Derive the expression for motion transmissibility
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Add the following motion analytically and find the amplitude and phase angle. X1=2 Cos(wt+0.5) and X2=5 Sin(wt+1.0)
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Define Degree of freedom
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Define Resonance
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Mechanical Vibration Define simple harmonic motion
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Derive the expression for the ratio of Tensions in belt drive without considering the effect of centrifugal tension
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Derive petroffs equation for a lightly loaded bearing
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Under what circumstances the Bevel gears are used? Give a detailed classification of Bevel gears.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Design a valve spring for an automobile engine, when the valve is closed, the spring produces a force of 45N and when it opens, produces a force fo 55N.The spring must fit over the valve bush which has an outside diameter of 20mm and must go inside a space of 35mm. The lift of the valve is 6mm. The spring index is 12. The allowable stress may be taken as 330MPa and modulus of rigidity, G 80GPa
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Defoine formative number of teeth, as applied to Helical gears and explain its importance in the design of Helical gears.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Derive the expression for hte stress induced in helical coil spring
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Design a shrink fit joint to join two cylinders of diameter 150mm*200mm and 200mm*250mm. Maximum tangential stress in the components due to shrink fitting is to be limited to 40MPa. Also determine the axial force necessary to disengage the joint if the length of the joint is 200mm and the maximum power that can be transmitted at a rated speed of 1000 rpm. The cylinder material has a modulus of elasticity 210 GPa and Poissons ratio 0.3
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements What are the assumptions made in finding stress distribution for a curved flexural member? Also state two major differences between a straight beam and a curved beam
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Derive petroffs equation, with usual notations
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements A single plate friction clutch of both sides effective has 0.3m outer diameter and 0.16 m inside diameter. The coefficient of friction is 0.2 and it runs at 1000 rpm. Find the power transmitted for uniform wear and uniform pressure distribution cases if the allowable maximum pressure is 0.08MPa
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Design a pair of spur gears to transmit 20KW from a shft rotating at 1000 rpm to a parallel shaft which is to rotate at 310 rpm. Assume number of teeth on pinion 31 and 20 degree full depth tooth form
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements A two teeth right hand worm transmits 2KW at 1500 rpm to a 36 teeth wheel. The module of the wheel is 5mm and the pitch diameter of the worm is 60mm. The pressure angel is 14.5 degree. The coefficient of friction is found to be 0.06. (1) Find the centre distance, the lead and the lead angle. (2) Determine the forces
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements A pair of bevel gears transmitting 7.5 KW at 300 rpm of pinion. The pressure angle is 20 degree. The pitch diameters of pinion and gear at their large ends are 150mm and 200mm respectively. The face width of the gears is 40mm. Determine the components of the resultant gear tooth force and draw free body diagram of forces acting on the pinion and the gear.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements A cast iron cylinder of internal diameter 200mm and thickness 50mm is subjected to a pressure of 5N/mm(square). calculate the tangential and radial stesses at the inner, middle and outer surface
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Design of Machine Elements Determine the maximum stress induced in a ring cross section of 50mm diameter rod subjected to a compressive load of 20KN. The mean diameter of the ring is 100mm
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write short notes on Drift Velocity
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write short notes on Mirage
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write short notes on Voltaic cell
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write short notes on Bernoullis equation
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics List the factors affecting the speed of sound.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Define the intensity of sound. what is the SI unit? How does it change with distance? Name the other factors on which it depends.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write the characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics A Convex lens of focal length 10cm is combined with a concave lens of focal length 15cm. calculate the focal length of the combination.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Write Newtons formula for velocity of sound in a gaseous medium. How did Laplace correct this formula? Write the corrected formula.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics State Avogadros law. Derive the expression for avogadros law from the expression for pressure.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain the diagram how an aeroplarie lifts itself above the ground.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Draw a circuit diagram of a meter bridge arrange to determine an unknown resistance. Explain its working principle and write down the formula used.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics An Iron needle floats on clean water but sinks when some detergent is added. Explain.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Describe the construction and working of an astronomical telescope with the help of a diagram. Write the formula for its magnifying power.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Define thermal conductivity of a substance. What is its unit?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics State Pascals law. Name two machines which operate on pascals law.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics With the help of a labelled diagram, explain the construction and working of a cyclotron.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Why do we use shunt in a galvanometer?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics How do we convert a galvanometer into a voltmeter?
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Define Reynolds number.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Draw a plot between the angle of deviation and the angle of incidence for a glass prism.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain compressions and rarefactions in a longitudinal wave.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics State Kirchoffs Law of black body radiation.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Engineering Physics Explain why the atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude.
BE/BTech  Common Subjects Basic Thermodynamics state the first law, second law of thermodyanamics and explain?
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