December 2017
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Here is a list of syllabuses of each subject for Third year (Fifth semester and Sixth semester) Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering under Institute of Engineering Nepal. You can click the link provided below to read/download the relative curriculum of each subject
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CE 560

Lectures      :   4                                                                                              Year   :   II
Tutorial        :   1                                                                                              Part    :   II
Practical      :   1

Course Objective:
To provide fundamental knowledge, concept and methods of analysis for solving problems related to different load conditions, stress and strains on structures and components. The students will be able to analyze, calculate and design basic components of structure and other engineering components on the basis of strength, stiffness and stability of the material 
1.             Introduction                                                                                             (2 hours)
1.1          Types of structure based on material used                           
1.2          Statically determinate and indeterminate structures
2.             Stresses and Strains                                                                                (3 hours)
2.1          Definition of stresses and strains
2.2          Relationship between stresses and strains
2.3          Elastic and elastoplastic behavior under various stress loads
3.             Types and Characteristics of Stresses                                                 (2 hours)
1.1          Ultimate stresses
1.2          Allowable stresses and factor of safety
1.3          Stress concentrations
1.4          Elastic constants
4.             Stress and Strain Analysis                                                                     (4 hours)
1.1          Hookes law, modulus of elasticity, Poissons ratio and modulus of rigidity
1.2          Deformation of axially loaded bar, generalized Hookes law
1.3          Stresses due to change in temperature
5.             Theory of Flexure and Torsion                                                             (6 hours)
1.1       Coplanar and pure bending
1.2       Radius of curvature, flexural stiffness
1.3       Elastic and plastic bending
1.4       Beam deflection
1.5       Definition of torsion
1.6       Calculation of torsion stresses
6.             Introduction to Buckling                                                                        (3 hours)
1.1          Definition of buckling
1.2          Eulers formula for column with different end restraints
1.3          Concept of effective length and slenderness ratio
7.             Deflection of Beam                                                                                 (8 hours)
1.1          Strain energy and complementary strain
1.2          Deflection by strain energy
1.3          Curvature, slope and deflection
1.4          Deflection by moment area method
1.5          Deflection by conjugate beam method
8.             Influence Lines for Simple Structures                                                 (6 hours)
1.1          Introduction to moving static loads
1.2          Concept of Influence line
1.3          Influence line diagram for reaction at supports, bending moments and shear force
1.4          Determination of reactions, bending moments and shear forces using influence line diagram
9.             Statically Determinate Arches and Frames                                       (6 hours)
1.1          Types of arches and frames                                                      
1.2          Three hinged arches with the support at the same level   
1.3          Determination of support reactions, shearing forces, axial forces, bending moments in arches and frames
10.          Statically Indeterminate Structures                                                  (12 hours)
1.1          Types of indeterminate structures, static and kinematic indeterminancy
1.2          Slope deflection method
1.3          Moment distribution method
11.          Elementary Matrix Method                                                                  (8 hours)
1.1          Flexibility and stiffness matrix- use for simple cases
1.              Uniaxial tension test
2.              Torsion test
3.              Bending test
4.              Column behaviour
5.              Deflection of beams
6.              Measurement of reactions in three hinged arches under different loading arrangements
7.              Influence lines for beams

1.             Gere and Timonsenko: Mechanics of Materials
2.             C.H.Norris, J.B Wilbur and S. Utku Elementary Structural Analysis McGraw-Hill Book Co.
3.              E.P.Popov  “Mechanics of Materials, 2nd Ed., New Delhi, Prentice hall of India
4.              C.K.Wang Intermediate Structural Analysis, McGraw Hill International 1989

Evaluation Scheme:
The question will cover all the chapters in the syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated in the table below:
Marks distribution*

*There may be minor variation in marks distribution

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EE 503
Lecture        :   3                                                                                              Year   :   II
Tutorial        :   1                                                                                              Part   :   I
Practical      :   3/2

Course Objective:
After completion of this course the student will be able to understand the fundamentals of electrical supply, measurement, safety, protection and machines

1.             Introduction to supply and distribution                                             (6 hours)
1.1         Introduction to electrical supply & distribution
1.2        Introduction to electrical installation
1.3        Wiring material and accessories
1.4        Control & protection
1.5        Earthing of installation

2.              Electrical measurements                                                                      (2 hours)
2.1          Introduction
2.2          Electrical measuring instruments

3.             Electrical maintenance & safety                                                         ( 4 hours)
3.1          Electric shocks, effect & precaution
3.2          Electrical maintenance and care
3.3          Safe use of electricity

4.             Electromagnetism                                                                                  (4  hours)
4.1          Introduction
4.2          Magnetic field due to electric current
4.3          Force on current carrying conductor
4.4          Force between parallel conductor
4.5          Torque experienced by the coil
4.6          Electromagnetic induction
4.7          Statically &  Dynamically induced EMF

5.             Magnetic circuits                                                                                     (3 hours)
5.1    Introduction
5.2    Magneto motive force
5.3    Magnetic circuit theory
5.4    Self & mutual inductance

6.             Transformer                                                                                             (7 hours)
6.1          Introduction
6.2          Working principle of transformer
6.3          Transformer construction
6.4          Types of transformer
6.5          Transformer at load and no load condition
6.6          Voltage regulation of a transformer
6.7          Types of losses and Efficiency of a transformer
6.8          Three-phase transformer

7.             Generators                                                                                               ( 6 hours)
7.1          Introduction
7.2          Construction of generator
7.3          Operating principle of generator
7.4          EMF equation
7.5          Types of generator
7.6          Uses of different types of generator
7.7          Generator ratings
7.8          Diesel generator set use and maintenance

8.             D.C. motors                                                                                               (4 hours)
8.1          Introduction
8.2          Working principle of d.c. motor
8.3          Construction of d.c. motor
8.4          Types of d.c. motor and their uses
8.5          D.C. motor connection

9.             A.C. motors                                                                                               (5 hours)
9.1          Introduction
9.2          Operating principle of induction motor
9.3          Construction of induction motor
9.4          Connection for starting, reversing and                                                                                                                 speed changing of 3-phase induction motor
9.5          Methods of power factor improvement
9.6          Synchronous motors
10.         Single phase motors                                                                               (2 hours)
10.1      introduction
10.2      AC series motor
10.3      Universal motor
10.4      Stepper motor
10.5      Application of single phase motors

11.         Selection of Electric motors                                                                  (2 hours)
11.1      Electric Characteristics
11.2      Types of Enclosures
11.3      Size and Ratings
11.4      Estimation of Motor Ratings

1.              Load test on a single phase transformer
1.1          To determine the polarity of the primary and secondary winding
1.2          To find the turns-ratio
1.3          To determine the efficiency at different loads
1.4          To determine the voltage regulation
2.             Open circuit and short circuit test on a single phase tansformer
2.1          To find efficiency at various load
2.2          To find the load at which efficiency is maximum
2.3          To calculate the voltage regulation at full load at p.f. i) 0.85 lagg and ii) 0.85 lead.
3.             Study of constructional details and starting of  d.c. machine
3.1          To study the constructional features of a d.c. machine
3.2          To measure winding resistance
3.3          To start and reverse the direction of the rotation of a d.c. motor
4.             Speed control of a d.c. shunt motor
4.1          To plot the speed versus field current characteristics curve for a d.c shunt motor
4.2          To plot the speed versus armature voltage characteristics curve for a d.c. shunt motor
5.             Three-phase induction motor starter
5.1          To study the various types of three-phase induction motor starter
5.1.1     Auto-transformer starter
5.1.2     Star-delta starter
5.1.3     DOL starter
6.             Load test on three phase induction motor
6.1          Compute, torque, output power, input power, efficiency, input power factor and slip for various load settings
6.2          To plot the following curves from the data obtained in part (6.1)
6.2.1     Efficiency vs output power
6.2.2     Torque vs output power
6.2.3     Line current vs output power
6.2.4     Power factor vs output power
6.2.5     Slip vs output power

1.    D.C. Kulshreshtha Basic Electrical EngineeringTata McGraw Hill Private limited, New Delhi 2010
2.    B.R.Gupta & Vandana Singhal Fundamentals of Electric MachinesNew age international publishers, New Delhi 2005
3.    Dr. N.K. Jain A text book of practical in Electrical Engineering, Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company,New Delhi 2002

Evaluation Scheme:
The questions will cover all the chapters of the syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated in the table below:
Marks distribution*
2 & 3
4 & 5
10 & 11
*There may be minor deviation in marks distribution.