Available courses

1.Matrix method of structural analysis (Conventional stiffness, Reduced stiffness & Flexibility) using truss, beam and frame elements

2. Introduction to geometrical non-linear analysis

3. Introduction to plastic analysis

Life Science course for II nd year B.Tech students

Introductory Mechanics for B. Tech First Year Student 

PH1010.pdfPH1010.pdf

This is a first course on heat and mass transfer and the students are expected to learn the basics of this subject and demonstrate ability to use calculate the heat and mass transfer effects in simple systems.

A sample course created to familiarise 2017 batch freshers to the computing environment in IIT Palakkad

This course is a follow up to the Analog Circuits (Theory) course. The aim of this course is to introduce students to lab work in the area of analog systems. 

This is a basic course on Digital Systems. The aim of this course is to introduce students to various kinds of number systems, elements of boolean algebra, logic gates, realization of boolean functions using logic gates, other combinational circuits, an introduction to various sequential circuits built using flip-flops and latches. The course also includes a parallel track introducing students to hardware description languages.

Introduction to communication systems, different types of analog and digital modulations, demodulation techniques, performance analysis, and basic information theory. 

This is a basic course in numerical analysis. It is often difficult to find an exact solution to many science and engineering problems. It is for these kinds of problems that a numerical method may generate a good answer. The objective of this course is to make the students familiar with essentials of numerics and its ideas such as interpolation, solutions to linear and nonlinear
equations and numerical differentiation and integration.

This is a companion lab for CS3500, offered to S5 CS students.

Introduction to reinforced concrete structures; basic material properties; basic design concepts; design for flexure; design for shear and torsion; design for compression; design for combined actions; working stress method

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Traditional testing is insufficient for software which control safety-critical systems. Model checking is a methodology which employs rigorous methods to verify whether (automata) models of software satisfy properties (specified in certain logics).

In this course, we will study theoretical foundations of model checking. 

This is a basic course on operating systems offered to Sem 5 CS students.
Content
Introduction, Fluid Properties, Basic concepts of Fluid Flow; Newton’s law of viscosity, surface Tension
Basic equations of fluid statics; Manometers; Hydrostatic forces on submerged surfaces; Buoyancy and stability;
Stability of bodies
Eulerian, Lagrangian, total derivative, Analysis of fluid flow through qualitative visualization (streamlines, streaklines, pathlines, timelines)
Reynolds Transport Theorem,
Integral Analysis of Fluid Motion;
Mass Conservation
Momentum Conservation (non-inertial frame, inertial frame) optional: Rotating reference frame
Integral angular momentum equation;
Differential Analysis of Fluid Motion; Conservation of mass, momentum conservation equations ; Derivation of Navier-Stokes equations ;
Couette and Poseullie flow solutions
Different simplifications of N-S equations in particular Euler’s, Bernoulli’s Equation (steady, unsteady);
Steady flow energy equation, Static and stagnation pressure, various heads, work
Dimensional Analysis and Similitude; Buckingham Pi theorem; Various dimensionless groups in fluid-thermal systems; Flow similarity and model testing;
Approximations to Navier-Stokes;
Potential flows, Stokes flows, Boundary-layer flows;
Internal Viscous Flows: Fully Turbulent flow in a pipe; Head loss in a pipe; Major losses – friction factor, Moody’s chart; Minor losses
External Flows; pressure and viscous drag;
Introduction to Compressible flows

The aim of this course is to develop the basic programming abilities of students. By the end of the course, students should be able to (1) code proficiently in C with a coherent coding style,
(2) debug code using a debugger and make it a habit to use one,
(3) be comfortable with basic tools viz. an editor, a debugger, makefiles, etc.,
(4) be able to think in C to the degree required to implement pseudocode.

A course on learning different paradigms of programming, where paradigms refer to the method of organizing programs. 

The main objective of the course is to introduce student with importance, methodologies, applications of various topics of machine learning.  

Objectives and Syllabus attached below.

Course coordinator: Prof. Ajith Kumar, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bengaluru

ID1200_ Ecology and Environment_IIT Palakkad_2017_Syllabus.pdfID1200_ Ecology and Environment_IIT Palakkad_2017_Syllabus.pdf

This course provides the foundation concepts, which are used for proper understanding of various other courses i.e., telecommunication, microwave engineering, power systems, time harmonic electromagnetics, antenna theory etc. This subject is also used for proper understanding of other fields of science and engineering.


First order analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures.

The lab is divided into two parts :


In the first part of the lab, you will be introduced to scientific computation using Python. This part of the lab will be handled by Arvind.

The second part of the lab will deal with the design of Printed Circuit Boards. This part of the lab will be handled by Swaroop. You will also fabricate your PCBs in the chemistry lab.


EE2001 COURSE OUTLINE

1. Introduction to Digital Systems and Boolean Algebra (1week) 

2. Logic Minimization and Implementation (2 weeks)  

3. Combinational Logic (2 weeks) 

4. Sequential Logic (2 weeks) 

5. State Machine Design (3 weeks) 


In the first half of the course, the students will be trained to do the manual drawings of the building components. They will also be trained for preparing the plan, elevation and section of buildings. In the second half of the course, they will be trained for the use of Autocad and Revit for building drawings.


Introduction, Fluid properties, Basic concepts of fluid flow; Newton’s law of viscosity, surface tension

Basic equations of fluid statics; Manometers; Hydrostatic forces on submerged surfaces;  Buoyancy and stability

Eulerian, Lagrangian, total derivative, Analysis of fluid flow through qualitative visualization (streamlines, streaklines, pathlines, timelines); 

Reynolds Transport Theorem, Integral Analysis of Fluid Motion; Mass Conservation, Momentum Conservation, angular momentum equation 

Differential Analysis of Fluid Motion; Conservation of mass, momentum conservation equations; Derivation of Navier-Stokes equations

Couette and Poseullie flow solutions

Euler’s equation, Bernoulli’s Equation

Steady flow energy equation, Static and stagnation pressure, various heads, work

Dimensional Analysis and Similitude;  Buckingham Pi theorem; dimension-less groups in fluid-thermal systems; Flow similarity and model testing

Potential flows, Stokes flows, Boundary-layer flows; 

Internal Viscous Flows:  Fully Turbulent flow in a pipe; Head loss in a pipe; Major losses – friction factor, Moody’s chart; Minor losses

External Flows; pressure and viscous drag;

Turbulent flows; Compressible flows

This is an introductory course in Economics, discussing the key concepts in the microeconomic analysis of the behaviour of consumers and firms in the market, including the impact of policy decisions, and the macroeconomic concepts including national income, employment, savings, investment, monetary system and inflation.

EE1101 – Signals and Systems


This course provides the foundation concepts, which are used for proper understanding of various other Electrical Engineering courses i.e., electrical and electronic circuit design, electromagnetics, telecommunication, control system, digital signal processing etc.

This course introduces students to the theory and practice of circuit analysis.

This course is on Chem lab