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M.Arch Habitat Design 1st Semester Syllabus

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14HDS15: URBAN TRANSPORTATION AND NETWORKS: SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF HABITAT SYSTEMS.

CONTACT PERIODS: 3 (LECTURE) PROGRESSIVE MARKS: 50
PER WEEK EXAM MARKS : 100

OBJECTIVE:
To introduce the fundamentals of urban transport planning, urban networks and multimodal transport systems
developed in response to and as an organizing factor of spatial structure of habitat systems.

OUTLINE:
Scope of urban transport planning, interdependency of transport & land use , stages – system approach to
transportation planning.
Urban Transportation systems; classification of transport systems; technological characteristics of transport modes and
systems; the nature of demand and supply of transport services.
Mobility Concept – Introduction- Pedestrian and motorized and non-motorized vehicles- Mobility Measures
Urban Transportation surveys: Definition of study area, zoning, types of surveys, Forecasting traffic in relation planned
land use.
Stages in Urban Transportation:
Trip Generation- Introduction-Definitions- Trip Purposes-Factors associated with Trip generation and Attraction- Method
of analysis- Multilinear Regression Analysis- Assumptions-Applications- Shortcomings (No Numerical Problems)
Trip Distribution- Introduction-Methods-Growth factor-Uniform growth factor-Average Growth factor-Fratar Methods and
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M.Arch Habitat Design 1st Semester Syllabus was last modified: November 27th, 2014 by VTU HUB

M.Tech Aerospace Propulsion Technology 4th Semester Syllabus

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ENGINE PERFORMANCE, CONTROL AND SIMULATION
Sub Code : 14 MAP41

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hrs/week : 04 Exam Hrs : 03
Total Lecture Hrs : 50 Exam Marks : 100

UNIT-I: Gas turbine engine, Turbojet, turbofan, turboprop schematic, identification of components flow properties along gas path, Definition of Engine Performance parameters specific thrust and specific fuel consumption, installed and uninstalled performance, Importance of by-pass ratio and afterburning, concept of multi spooling, importance of bleed and power off-take, engine systems and accessories. Component performance, atmospheric model, correlations for variation of gas properties, inlet and diffuser pressure recovery, compressor and turbine isentropic and polytrophic efficiencies, Burner efficiency, pressure loss and pattern factor. Exit nozzle loss, propeller performance parameters, variable and constant pitch propellers, component performance with variable gas properties.
10 Hours

UNIT-II: Parametric cycle analysis of real engine, turbojet, turbo jet with after burner, turbofan with separate exhaust streams, turbofan with after burning separate exhaust streams, turbofan with after burning mixed exhaust streams, turbo prop engine. Engine operating line on compressor characteristics, Equilibrium running of gas generator, matching procedure for twin spool engines, behaviour of twin spool engines, Method of displacing equilibrium running line, matching procedure for turbofan engine, performance deterioration.
10 Hours

UNIT-III: Aero engine evaluation, engine test bed types, schematic layout of test beds, instrumentation on test beds, engine and component performance from gas path data, engine health monitoring parameters, sensors, analysis of vibration and blade tip gap signals, high temperature sensors, oil debris monitoring, engine trend analysis for engine diagnostics and prognostics.
Noise characterization, Measurement of noise, sources of noise generation in aero engine components, noise propagation due to propellers, comparative noise characteristics for turbojet, turbofan, turbo shaft and turbo prop, active and passive methods for noise reduction, International standards for aero engine noise.
10 Hours

UNIT-IV: Aircraft engine integration, configuration of engine locations in aircrafts, types of nacelles and pylon. Engine mounts, basic loads on engine mounts. Nacelle-pylon-wing integration, Types of thrust reverser and its mechanism. Drag due to nacelle, engine installed performance.
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M.Tech Aerospace Propulsion Technology 4th Semester Syllabus was last modified: November 26th, 2014 by VTU HUB

M.Tech Aerospace Propulsion Technology 2nd Semester Syllabus

M.Tech Aerospace Propulsion Technology MAP Syllabus 2014

AEROSPACE MATERIALS AND PROCESSES
Sub Code : 14 MAP21

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hrs/week : 04 Exam Hrs : 03
Total Lecture Hrs : 50 Exam Marks : 100

Unit-I
Introduction
The Gas Turbine Engine: Major engine components, material trends, component operating environments and material requirements, compressor and turbine discs, blades. Combustion chambers, shafts, bearings.
Steels: Compressor and turbine discs, processing of steel to billets, future trends in disc materials, compressor and turbine blading, transmission materials-bearings, shafts and gears
10 Hours

Unit-II
Titanium Alloys: Classification of alloys, development of titanium alloys, production of titanium, Future development
Nickel Base Alloys: Metallurgy of Nickel base alloys, Phases present in Nickel base alloys, Strengthening mechanism, Heat treatment of Nickel base alloys, application of Nickel base alloys for turbine discs and blades, powder metallurgy discs, sheet materials, dispersion strengthened alloys.
Composite materials: Glass fibre reinforced plastics, high temperature glass fibre composites, carbon fiber reinforced plastics, pressure resisted resin injection, autoclave moulding resin system, future developments like organic resins, reinforcing fibres, high temperature materials. Ceramic materials,properties and their applications in rotating parts.
10 Hours

Unit-III
Casting Technology: Light alloy casting, moulding practice, melting practice, precision investment casting, effect of casting parameters on properties, techniques for special or small quantity castings, titanium casting, directional solidification, hot isostatic pressing, future trends in casting technology, Processing of ceramics like slip casting, powder metallurgy technique.
10 Hours

Unit-IV
Forging of Gas Turbine components: Historical back ground, forging equipment, press, recent trends, quality control aspects of thermo mechanical processing, processing to improve mechanical properties, Incoloy 901, titanium 6-4 alloy,12% chromium steels, super alloy powder metallurgy. Forging of compressor and turbine blades.
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M.Tech Aerospace Propulsion Technology 2nd Semester Syllabus was last modified: November 23rd, 2014 by VTU HUB

VTU TimeTable for December 2014 / January 2015 Exam

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Updates On ReScheduling Of Examintions

Due to overlapping of exams, subjects with **61 [all branches of B.E 2002 Scheme] has been postponed from Wednesday 10th December to Monday 5th January 2015 [9:30 a.m to 12:30 p.m]

Management And Behavioral Process with subject code 10MBA11 has been re-scheduled from Monday 24th November to Wednesday 10th December [2:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m].

Statistics for Management [10MBA13] has been re-scheduled from Friday 28th Nov to Friday. 12th Dec [2:00 p.m to 5:00 p.m].Know More

VTU TimeTable for December 2014 / January 2015 Exam was last modified: November 23rd, 2014 by VTU HUB

M.Tech 1st Semester Aerospace Propulsion Technology Syllabus

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MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY
Sub Code : 14 MAP153

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hrs/week : 04 Exam Hrs : 03
Total Lecture Hrs : 50 Exam Marks : 100

Unit-I
Management of Technological Innovation: Importance, new growth theory, general issues to be managed, changing nature of industry, business and innovation systems and networks, changing nature of management-innovation process, globalization. Management of Research and Development: What is Research and Development, Centralized and decentralized Research and Development, managing research teams, balancing research portfolios, managing international Research and Development.
10 Hours

Unit-II
Management of New Product Development: New product, innovative new product development, development of new services, flexibility in design, innovation across the board.
Management of Operation and Production: Techniques of operation and production management, lean production, automation, investment appraisal techniques, role of engineers in industry, internal and external integration of operation and production, manufacturing strategy.
10 Hours

Unit-III
Technology Strategy : Strategic management issue, technology strategy, technological competencies, balancing investments in resources and innovative capabilities, learning and technology strategy, technology strategies in small and medium sized enterprise.
Technological Collaboration: Extent of technological collaboration, Challenges of managing, organizational learning and technological collaboration, trust and technological collaboration, international technological collaboration.
10 Hours

Unit-IV
Commercialization Process: Introduction to commercialization process, marketing technology products, industrial intellectual property rights, licensing, technology pricing, technical standards, and technology transfer.
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M.Tech 1st Semester Aerospace Propulsion Technology Syllabus was last modified: November 23rd, 2014 by VTU HUB

M.Tech Aeronautical Engineering 2nd Semester Syllabus

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PERFORMANCE AND FLIGHT MECHANICS
Sub Code : 14 MAE21

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hrs/week : 04 Exam Hrs : 03
Total Lecture Hrs : 50 Exam Marks : 100

UNIT I
Aircraft Performance: Aviation history. Principles of Flight.Aircraft aerodynamics; Drag and Thrust.Steady and level Flight. Variation of Thrust, Drag, Power available, and Power required with speed and altitude. Minimum drag, minimum power, Maximum and minimum level flight speeds. simples problems
10 Hours

UNIT II
Steady Performance: Airplane Steady Performance: General equation of motion, Steady level flight performance, Steady Climbing, Gliding Flights ; Minimum rate of sink and range in a glide. Range and Endurance of jet and piston prop airplanes.
Accelerated Performance: Estimation of take-off and landing distances. Ground effect, Balanced Field Length. Turn performance; Bank angle, load factor, pull-up & pull-down maneuver; accelerated climbing, V-n diagram.
10 Hours

UNIT III
Static Longitudinal Stability and Control :Equilibrium conditions, Definition of static stability, Definition of longitudinal static stability, stability criteria, Contribution of airframe components: Wing contribution, Tail contribution, Fuselage contribution, Power effects- Propeller airplane and Jet airplane. Trim condition. Static margin.stick fixed neutral points. Longitudinal control, Elevator power, Elevator angle versus equilibrium lift coefficient, Elevator required for landing, Restriction on forward C.G. range, Hinge moment parameters, Stick-free Neutral point, Stick force gradient in unaccelerated flight, Restriction on aft C.G
10 Hours

UNIT IV
Static Directional Stability and Control: Introduction, Definition of directional stability, Static directional stability rudder fixed, Contribution of airframe components, Directional control. Rudder power, Stick-free directional stability, Requirements for directional control, Rudder lock, Dorsal fin. One engine inoperative condition, Weather cocking effect. Static Lateral Stability And Control: Introduction, definition of Roll stability. Estimation of dihedral effect., Effect of wing sweep, flaps, and power, Lateral control, Estimation of lateral control power, Aileron control forces, Balancing the aileron.Know More

M.Tech Aeronautical Engineering 2nd Semester Syllabus was last modified: November 22nd, 2014 by VTU HUB

M.Tech Aeronautical Engineering 1st Semester Syllabus

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APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Subject Code: 14 MAE11

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hrs/ Week : 04 Exam Hrs : 03
Total no. of Lecture Hrs. : 50 Exam Marks : 100

UNIT I
Review of Fourier series and Applications, Review of Laplace Transforms and Applications. classification of second order linear partial differential equations, Canonical forms for hyperbolic, parabolic and elliptic equations, Homogeneous and Non Homogeneous equations with constant coefficients. Applications 10 Hrs

UNIT II
Vector Functions, General rules for differentiation, Velocity and Acceleration, Gradient of a scalar field, Directional Derivative, Properties of Gradient, Divergence of vector point function, Curl of a vector point function, Properties of Divergence and Curl. Applications Integration of vector functions, Line integral, Circulation, Work done by a force, Surface integrals, Volume integrals, Divergence Theorem of Gauss, Green’s Theorem in the plane, Stoke’s Theorem, problems on all the three theorems and
Applications 10 Hrs

UNIT III
Review of Complex analysis, Complex analysis applied to potential theory, Electrostatic fields, conformal mapping, Heat problems, Fluid flow, General properties of Harmonic functions, Complex Integration, Cauchy’s Theorem, Cauchy’s Integral Formula, Cauchy’s Integral Formula for Derivatives, Taylor’s and Laurent’s series. Applications. Singular point, Residue, Method of finding Resides, Residue Theorem, Contour Integration, Integration round the unit circle, Rectangular contour. Applications.
10 Hrs

UNIT IV
Numerical Solutions algebraic and transcendental equations: False position method, Newton –Raphson method, Iteration method, Aitken’s method, Solution of linear simultaneous equations. Gauss elimination method, Inverse of a matrix , Gauss-Seidal method, Crout’s method. Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations: Taylor’s Series method, Picard’s method, Euler’s method, Euler’s Modified method, Runge-Kutta 4thorder method. Predictor and corrector method (Milen’s and Adams Bashfourth) Applications.
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M.Tech 4th Semester Automotive Syllabus

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VEHICLE CRASHWORTHINESS AND OCCUPANT SAFETY
Sub Code : 14MAU41

IA Marks : 50
Hrs/ Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
Total Hrs. : 50 Exam Marks : 100

Course Objective: To understand the vehicle crashworthiness and various occupant safety system being incorporated in the automotive vehicle.

1. Introduction: Motor Vehicle Safety, Crashworthiness, Crashworthiness Goals, Crashworthiness Requirements, Achieving Crashworthiness, Crashworthiness Tests, Crashworthiness Models Requirements, Current Design Practice, Comparison between LMS and FE-Based Crashworthiness Processes, Crash/Crush Design Techniques for Front Structures, Basic Principles of Designing for Crash Energy Management, Vehicle Front Structure Design for Different Impact Modes, Vehicle Front Structure Design for Current Standards, FMVSS 208, NCAP Test, IIHS Test.
6 Hours

2. Vehicle Collision Models: Impulsive models- central head on collision, oblique collision, collision against fixed obstacle, noncentral head on collision, lateral collision, simplified approach. Second approximation models – head on collision against fixed obstacle, Head-on collision between vehicles, and oblique collision between vehicles, Motion after the Collision with locked wheels and free wheels,
8 Hours

3. Crash Pulse Characterization: Introduction, Moment-Area Method, Pulse Approximations with Non-Zero Initial Deceleration- Average Square Wave (ASW), Equivalent Square Wave (ESW), Tipped Equivalent Square Wave (TESW), TESW Parameter Derivation, Construction of TESW Parameters, Kinematic Comparisons of Test Pulse and Approximated Pulses. Pulse Approximations with Zero Initial Deceleration- Fourier Equivalent Wave (FEW), Sensitivity Analysis with Boundary Conditions, Kinematics and Energy Comparison, Use of FEW and Power Rate Density in Crash Severity Detection, Trapezoidal Wave Approximation (TWA), Derivation of Closed-Form Solutions for TWA Parameters, Bi- Slope Approximation (BSA), Harmonic Pulses Halfsine and Haversine Approximation and Response of Air Bag Sensor to Harmonic Pulses, Head Injury Criteria, Application of HIC Formula in Head Interior Impact.
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M.Tech Automotive Engineering 1st Semester Syllabus

APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Sub Code : 14MAU11

IA Marks : 50
Hrs/ Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
Total Hrs. : 50 Exam Marks : 100

Course Objectives:
The main objectives of the course are to enhance the knowledge of various methods in finding the roots of an algebraic, transcendental or simultaneous system of equations and also to evaluate integrals numerically and differentiation of complex functions with a greater accuracy. These concepts occur frequently in their subjects like finite element method and other design application oriented subjects.

1) Approximations and round off errors: Significant figures, accuracy and precision, error definitions, round off errors and truncation errors. Mathematical modeling and Engineering problem solving: Simple mathematical model, Conservation Laws of Engineering.
08 Hours

2) Roots of Equations: Bracketing methods-Graphical method, Bisection method, False position method, Newton- Raphson method, Secant Method. Multiple roots, Simple fixed point iteration. Roots of polynomial-Polynomials in Engineering and Science, Muller’s method, Bairstow’s Method. Graeffe’s Roots Squaring Method. 12 Hours

3) Numerical Differentiation and Numerical Integration: Newton –Cotes and Guass Quadrature Integration formulae, Integration of Equations, Romberg integration, Numerical Differentiation Applied to Engineering problems, High Accuracy differentiation formulae
08 Hours

4) System of Linear Algebraic Equations And Eigen Value Problems: Introduction, Direct methods, Cramer’s Rule, Gauss Elimination Method, Gauss-Jordan Elimination Method, Triangularization method, Cholesky Method, Partition method, error Analysis for direct methods, Iteration Methods. Eigen values and Eigen Vectors: Bounds on Eigen Values, Jacobi method for symmetric matrices, Givens method for symmetric matrices, Householder’s method for symmetric matrices, Rutishauser method for arbitrary matrices, Power method, Inverse power method .
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M.Tech Automotive Engineering 1st Semester Syllabus was last modified: November 20th, 2014 by VTU HUB

MBA 3rd Semester Syllabus |2014 Scheme

SEMESTER III

Marketing Specialisation
CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
Subject Code : 14MBA MM301

IA Marks : 50
No. of Lecture Hours / Week : 04 Exam Hours : 03
Total Number of Lecture Hours : 56 Exam Marks : 100
Practical Component : 01 Hour / Week

Objectives:
• To understand the concept of consumer behavior, decision making by consumers, behavior variables and influences on consumer behavior.
• To comprehend the social and cultural dimensions of consumer behavior, factors impacting attitudes and behavior.
• To arm the budding marketers with an insight of the psychological and behavioral concepts of consumers thus enabling them to achieve their objectives and excel.

Module 1: (4 Hours)
Introduction to the study of Consumer Behaviour: Meaning & Definition of CB, Difference between consumer & Customer, Nature & characteristics of Indian Consumers, Consumer Movement in India, Rights & Responsibilities of consumers in India, Benefits of consumerism.

Module 2: (8 Hours)
Role of Research in understanding consumer behaviour: Consumer Research: Consumer Research Paradigms (Qualitative & Quantitative Research Methods) Developing research objectives, collecting secondary data, designing primary research, data analysis and reporting research findings.
Models of Consumer Behaviour: Input-Process-Output Model, Nicosia Model, Howard Sheth Model, Engel-Kollat-Blackwell Models of Consumer Behaviour, Internal Influences: Motivation, Personality, Perception, Learning, Attitude, Communications, External Influences: Social Class, Culture, REFERENCE Groups, Family members.
Levels of Consumer Decision Making – Consumer Buying Decision Process, Complex Decision Making or Extensive Problem Solving Model, Low Involvement Decision Making or Limited Problem Solving Model, Routinised Response Behaviour, Four views of consumer decision making. On-line Decision Making: Meaning & Process/Stages
Situational Influences- Nature of Situational Influence (The communication Situation, The Purchase Situation, The usage situation, The disposition situation) Situational Characteristics and consumption behaviour (Physical features, Social Surroundings, Temporal Perspectives, Task Definition, Antecedent States.)

Module 3: (10 Hours)
Individual Influences on Consumer Behaviour and CRM: Part 1
A) Motivation: Basics of Motivation, Needs, Goals, Positive & Negative Motivation, Rational Vs Emotional motives, Motivation Process, Arousal of motives, Selection of goals.
Motivation Theories and Marketing Strategy – Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, McGuire’s Psychological Motives (Cognitive Preservation Motives, Cognitive Growth Motives, Affective Preservation Motives, Affective Growth Motives).
B) Personality: Basics of Personality, Theories of Personality and Marketing Strategy(Freudian Theory, Neo-Freudian Theory, Trait Theory), Applications of Personality concepts in Marketing, Personality and understanding consumer diversity(Consumer Innovativeness and related personality traits, Cognitive personality factors, Consumer Materialism, Consumer Ethnocentrisms), Brand Personality (Brand Personification, Gender, Geography, Colour), Self and Self-Image (One or Multiple selves, The extended self, Altering the self).
C) Perception: Basics of Perception & Marketing implications, Elements of Perception(Sensation, Absolute Threshold, Differential Threshold, Subliminal Perception), Dynamics of Perception (Perceptual Selection, Perceptual Interpretation, Perceptual Organization ,perceived price, perceived quality, price/quality relationship, Perceived Risk,
Types of risk, How consumers’ handle risk. Customer Relationship Management Meaning & Significance of CRM, Types of CRM (Operational, Collaborative, Analytical),
Strategies for building relationship marketing, e-CRM, Meaning, Importance of e-CRM, Difference Between CRM & e-CRM

Module 4: (08 Hours)
Individual Influences on Consumer Behaviour: Part 2
A) Learning: Elements of Consumer Learning, Motivation, Cues, Response, Reinforcement, Marketing Applications of Behavioural Learning Theories, Classical Conditioning Pavlovian Model, Neo-Pavlovian Model), Instrumental Conditioning, Elaboration Likelihood Model.
B) Attitude: Basics of attitude, the nature of attitude, Models of Attitude and Marketing Implication, (Tri-component Model of attitude, Multi attribute attitude models.
C) Persuasive Communication: Communications strategy, Target Audience, Media Strategy, Message strategies, Message structure and presentation.Know More

MBA 3rd Semester Syllabus |2014 Scheme was last modified: November 20th, 2014 by VTU HUB