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Introduction : The challenge,Requirements of Manufacturing,Various methodologies,Cellular Manufacturing - Cell Formation - Early methods : Production Flow Analysis,Rank Order
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Contents: Introduction - How to avoid common mistakes - Selection of techniques and metrics - Case study: Selection of techniques and metrics - Random Variables and probabili
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This course covers the analysis and design of CMOS Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters,with about 7 design assigments. The syllabus is as follows : (i) Intro
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Course Objective: To provide an introduction to traditional and modern coding theory. Topics covered include linear block codes, cyclic codes (BCH and RS codes), convolutio
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Contents: Introduction and Approach, Properties of materials and some important relationships, Free electron theory of metals, Drude model Electronic Conductivity, Drude mode
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The objective of the course is to provide an exposition first to the notion of computability, then to the notion of computational feasibility or tractability. We first convinc
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Contents: Overview of experimental stress analysis, Stress analysis – Analytical, Numerical and Experimental approaches, Specific domain of these approaches, Advantages and d
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Module 1: Introduction Introduction to design and specifically system design. Morphology of design with a flow chart. Very brief discussion on market analysis, profit, time
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Contents: Introduction, radiation from a black body: Introduction to three modes of heat transfer- conduction, convection and radiation. Importance of radiation, Mechanism o
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The course covers the basic aspects of Engineering Fracture Mechanics. Spectacular failures that triggered the birth of fracture mechanics, Modes of loading, Classification as
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Introduction and Review - Need for Analysis Additional Thermodynamic Functions State and Path Variables - Equations for a Closed system Chemical Potential Concept Gibbs-Duhem
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Equations of Motion. Principle of Causality and Newton’s I & II Laws. Interpretation of Newton’s 3rd Law as ‘conservation of momentum’ and its determination from translational
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Introduction:Transport and Socioeconomic Activities, Historical Development of Transport, Transportation in the Cities, Freight Transportation, Future Developments - Urban Tra
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Review of basic concepts in structural analysis:structure (structural elements, joints and supports, stability, rigidity and static indeterminacy, kinematic indeterminacy);loa
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Introduction and Linear Programming - Revised Simplex Algorithm-Simplex Method for Bounded Variables - One Dimensional Cutting Stock Problem - Dantzig - Wolfe Decomposition Al
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Introduction - Newtonian mechanics - Dynamics in phase space - Linear dynamical systems - Autonomous dynamical systems - Lagrangian formalism - Summary of classical electromag
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Introduction to Quantum Physics;Heisenberg's uncertainty principle - Introduction to linear vector spaces - Characteristics of linear vector spaces - Functions in a linear vec
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Introduction to Pointers - Programing Basics - Pointers And Arrays - Functions and Argument Passing - Representation of Numbers - Numerical Error- Error Propagation and Stabil
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Introduction to Basic Concepts - Requirements of High Speed Devices, Circuits & Mat - Classifications & Properties of Compound Semicond - Temary Compound Semiconductor and the
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What is Discrete Mathematics - Propositional Logic - Predicates & Quantifiers - Logical Inference - Resolution Principles & Application to PROLOG - Methods of Proof- Normal Fo
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