Common Syllabus as applicable to Faculty of Technology, Anna University, Tiruchirappalli




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2. D.R.Gabe, Principles Of Metal Surfaces Treatment and Protection, Pergmon Press 1972.




CK 014 PROTECTIVE PAINT COATINGS



3 0 0 3


UNIT I : Pigments and Resins:

9

Pigments and additives used in paints – properties and functions – Inorganic, organic and metallic pigments – Extenders – Driers. Natural resins – chemistry and properties – shellac Rosin, rubber oils used for surface coatings – preparation and properties of synthetic resins – alkyds – phenolic – vinyls – amino resins – acrylics – epoxies – urethanes – silicones. Formulation of paints and rheological characteristics – Importance of pigment volume concentration, volume solids etc., water based paints, composition and properties – factors affecting water solubility.

UNIT – II:

9

Surface preparation for paint applications, methods of surface preparation – methods of application of paints Brushing – roller coating – compressed air spraying – airless spraying – electrostatic spraying. Electro deposition of Paints and Electro polymerization Electro kinetic phenomena involved in electro deposition fundamental principles, formulation of bath – anodic and cathodic deposition – advantages over conventional methods.

UNIT – III:

9

Testing and evaluation of liquid paints and coatings – specific gravity – viscosity – time of grind – thickness – hardness, abrasion – flexibility – electrochemical and accelerated tests – field exposure tests. Paint film defects – identification and remedial measures.


UNIT – IV: Paints for functional applications:

9

Paints for automobiles – aircrafts – marine paints (ships) chemical resistant coatings. Paints for pipe line, paints for various substrates other than metals – paints for concrete – wood – plastic – powder coatings – basic and application principles.


UNIT – V: Inorganic coatings:

9

Conversion coatings – phosphating, chromating of ferrous and non – ferrous metals – ceramic coatings.

Total No of Period: 45Hrs


Reference Books:

1. John Williams, Organic Coating Technology Payne – Vol. I & II, Henry Fleming Sons Inc., New York London, 1961.

2. Gosta Wranglen , An Introduction to Corrosion and Protection Of Metals – Institute for Metals

Kgdd, Stockholm, 1972.

3. Charles G.Munger, Corrosion Prevention by Organic Coating , NACE 1984.

4. The Science Of Surface Coating – Edited By Dr. H.W.CHATFIELD, Published: Ernest Benn Limited London – 1962.

5. Willibald Machu , Hand Book Of Electro painting Technology – Electrochemical Publication Limited 1978.


CK 015 ADVANCED COMPUTER PROGRAMMING


3 0 0 3

UNIT I: Getting started with Visual Basic 9


Front end – back end concepts introduction to VB – VB programming environment – objects – properties, methods, events – VB programming fundamentals – modules, data types, variables – public & local variable – control structure – if, then, select… case, do… while loop, for … next loop.


UNIT II: Controls and Events in VB 9

Creating and using controls – control categories – control properties – control arrays – events associated with controls.


UNIT III: Database Accessing in VB 9

Introduction to database –Database Design – creating and using a data base – DB grid control – creating record set – opening a recordset – modifying a record, creating and using index.


UNIT IV: Introduction to VC++ 9

VC++ components, microsoft developer studio, VC++ graphics Editor, VC++ and microsoft foundation class library, project creation in VC++, Application architecture, Design a program.


UNIT V: Application Development in VC++ 9

VC++ controls, customizing controls, C static class – styles, introduction to Appwizard, classwizard and the resource editors, database accessing using VC++


Total No of Period: 45Hrs


Reference Books:

1. Milk Mekelvy, Jeff Spotts and Brian Siler, “Using Visual Basic 5.0”, Prentice, Hall – India 1998.

2. “Visual C++”, AICTE Publication, 1996.


CK 016 OPERATIONS RESEARCH

3 0 0 3


Unit I: 9

Linear programming problems, Basic feasible solutions Graphical method-simplex method-Big-M-Method. Duality in L.P. Integer programming - Gomory's method. Transportation models - methods of solution - Assignment algorithm. Game theory - two person zero sum game - pure and mixed strategies, saddle point, maximin and minimax principles - solution of 2 x 2 games without saddle point. Graphical method for 2 x n, m x 2 games dominance property - algebraic method of solution.


Unit II: 9

Inventory Management - Inventory, Inventory classification, Inventory Control, its objectives and how to achieve them, inventory factors and their analysis - economic order quantity, single product, dynamic purchase inventory models, inventory models, with infinite shortage cost and uniform demand rate, purchase inventory models with infinite short - age and different demand rates, quantity discounts, Analysis of inventory systems, - ABC analysis.


Unit III: 9

Replacement decisions - introductions - reasons for replacement - factors to be considered for replacement equipments - methods used in selection of alternatives - replacement of items that deteriorate with time - replacement policy with change in money value - without change in money value - replacement of items that fail completely - group replacement policy - limitations of replacement.


Unit IV : 9

Queing theory - waiting line models - characteristics and limitations of queing models – distribution for arrival and service - single channel with finite and infinite population models multi channel models with infinite population.


Unit V : 9

Network Analysis: Introduction - network techniques. Basic concepts and terms related to network planning methods construction of network diagram, P.E.R.T. and C.P.M. techniques and their limitations - CPM techniques - estimating activity time - preparation of analysis table-crashing network application of network techniques of simple engineering problems.

Total No of Period: 45Hrs


Text Books:


1. Kanti Swaroop, P.K.Gupta and Manmohan, Operations Research Sultan Chand & Sons, New Delhi, Fifth Edition 1990.


CK 017 COMPUTER NET WORK PROGRAMMING


3 0 0 3


UNIT I: (Java) 9

Fundamentals of Object – Oriented Programming, Java Evolution & Overview of Java Language, Constants, Variables, and Data Types; Operators and Expressions, Decision making and Branching, Decision making and Looping.


UNIT II: (Java) 9

Classes, Objects and Methods, Arrays, Strings and Vectors, Interfaces: Multiple Inheritance, Packages: Putting classes Together, Multithreaded Programming, Managing Errors and Exceptions.


UNIT III: (Java) 9

Applet Programming, Graphics Programming, Managing Input / Output files in Java.

UNIT IV: (C+ +) , INTRODUCTION TO C+ +. 9

Introduction to C# , Namespaces, Constructors and Destructors, Components and Databases, Web Enabling Data, Function Overloading and Inheritance.


UNIT V: (C+ +) 9

Modifiers, Virtual Functions, Properties and Indexers, Interfaces and Structures, Operator Overloading, Collection Objects, Attributes, The Reflection API and Conditionals. Unsafe code.

Total No of Period: 45Hrs


Text Book:

1. E Balagurusamy “Programming with JAVA”, a printer Second Edn. (1998), Publishers: Tata McGraw –Hill Publishing company Limited.

2. Vijay Mukhi “ C+ +” Publishers: BPB Publications, New Delhi – 1. (2001)


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