ANNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY CHENNAI All laboratory Question Papers for second semester





GS2165 – Physics Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165
QUESTIONS (SET-1)
1. Ensure streamlined flow of the given liquid through the capillary tube and determine the coefficient of viscosity of the same using Poiseuille’s method (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 & g = 9.8 m/s2)
2. Find the depression at the mid point of the given wooden beam for 50 gm,100gm,150 gm,200 gm and 250 gm. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given bar using non-uniform bending method and hence find the mass of the given object.
3. Form interference fringes with the help of two optically plane
glass plates, wire and sodium vapour lamp (λ = 589.3nm). Record the readings for two different lengths. Determine the width of one fringe and hence calculate the thickness of the given wire.
4. Determine (i) the grating element of a given grating using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fibre.
5. Determine (i) the average size of the particles of a given powder using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fibre.
6. Assuming the wavelength of Green as λ = 546.1nm, standardize the given grating i.e find the number of lines per meter in the grating and then determine the wavelength of the prominent spectral lines of mercury spectrum. (First Order Violet, Blue, Yellow – I, Yellow – II, Extreme Red).
GS2165 – Physics Lab
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165 QUESTIONS (SET-1)
7. Determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad
conductor using Lee’s disc apparatus. Specific heat of the
material of the given disc = 370 Jkg-1K
-1
8. Determine the refractive index of the material of the prism for
blue, green, yellow 1 & 2 and extreme red, and calculate the dispersive power of the same for blue & red, blue & green and yellow 1 & 2.
9. Determine (i) the period of oscillation of a given torsional pendulum for a fixed length and (ii) the moment of inertia of the disc and rigidity modulus of the wire. Compare them with the theoretical values.
10. Determine the band gap energy of the given semiconductor
using diode apparatus.
11. Determine (i) the velocity of ultrasonic waves in the given
liquid and (ii) the compressibility of the given liquid using
ultrasonic interferometer.
12. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given
bar using uniform bending method.
13. Determine (i) the wavelength of the given laser light and
(ii) the angle of divergence.
ALLOTMENT OF MARKS
HEADING
MAXIMUM MARKS
MARKS OBTAINED
FORMULAE
10
CIRCUIT & DIAGRAM
10
OBSERVATION
15
CALCULATION
10
RESULT
05
TOTAL
50
GS2165 – Physics Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165
QUESTIONS (SET-2)
1. Determine (i) the wavelength of the given laser light and (ii) the angle of divergence.
2. Assuming the wavelength of Green as λ = 546.1nm, standardize the given grating i.e find the number of lines per meter in the grating and then determine the wavelength of the prominent spectral lines of mercury spectrum. (First Order Violet, Blue, Yellow – I, Yellow – II, Extreme Red).
3. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given
bar using uniform bending method.
4. Determine (i) the average size of the particles of a given powder using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fiber.
5 Determine (i) the velocity of ultrasonic waves in the given liquid and (ii) the compressibility of the given liquid using
ultrasonic interferometer.
6. Determine (i) the grating element of a given grating using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fiber.
7. Determine the hysteresis loss of the given ferromagnetic material using B-H apparatus.
8. Form interference fringes with the help of two optically plane
glass plates, wire and sodium vapour lamp (λ = 589.3nm). Record the readings for two different lengths. Determine the width of one fringe and hence calculate the thickness of the given wire.
GS2165 – Physics Lab
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165 QUESTIONS (SET-2)
9. Determine (i) the period of oscillation of a given torsional pendulum for a fixed length and (ii) the moment of inertia of the disc and rigidity modulus of the wire. Compare them with the theoretical values.
10. Find the depression at the mid point of the given wooden beam for 50 gm, 100gm, 150 gm, 200 gm and 250 gm. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given bar using non-uniform bending method and hence find the mass of the given object.
11. Determine the refractive index of the material of the prism for blue, green, yellow 1 & 2 and extreme red, and calculate the dispersive power of the same for blue & red, blue & green and yellow 1 & 2.
12. Ensure streamlined flow of the given liquid through the
capillary tube and determine the coefficient of viscosity of
the same using Poiseuille’s method (ρ = 1000 kg/m3
9.8 m/s & g =
2)
13. Determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad
conductor using Lee’s disc apparatus. Specific heat of the
material of the given disc = 370 Jkg-1K
-1
ALLOTMENT OF MARKS
HEADING
MAXIMUM MARKS
MARKS OBTAINED
FORMULAE
10
CIRCUIT & DIAGRAM
10
OBSERVATION
15
CALCULATION
10
RESULT
05
TOTAL
50
GS2165 – Physics Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165
QUESTIONS (SET-3)
1. Determine the specific resistance of the material of the given wire using Carey-Foster bridge.
2. Determine (i) the wavelength of the given laser light and (ii) the angle of divergence.
3. Form interference fringes with the help of two optically plane
glass plates, wire and sodium vapour lamp (λ = 589.3nm). Record the readings for two different lengths. Determine the width of one fringe and hence calculate the thickness of the given wire.
4. Assuming the wavelength of Green as λ = 546.1nm, standardize the given grating i.e find the number of lines per meter in the grating and then determine the wavelength of the prominent spectral lines of mercury spectrum. (First Order Violet, Blue, Yellow – I, Yellow – II, Extreme Red).
5. Determine (i) the period of oscillation of a given torsional pendulum for a fixed length and (ii) the moment of inertia of the disc and rigidity modulus of the wire. Compare them with the theoretical values.
6. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given
bar using uniform bending method.
7. Find the depression at the mid point of the given wooden beam for 50 gm, 100gm, 150 gm, 200 gm and 250 gm. Determine the Young’s Modulus of the material of the given bar using non-uniform bending method and hence find the mass of the given object.
GS2165 – Physics Lab
PHYSICS PRACTICAL- GS2165 QUESTIONS (SET-3)
8. Determine (i) the average size of the particles of a given powder using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fiber.
9. Determine the refractive index of the material of the prism for blue, green, yellow 1 & 2 and extreme red, and calculate the dispersive power of the same for blue & red, blue & green and yellow 1 & 2.
10. Determine (i) the velocity of ultrasonic waves in the given liquid and (ii) the compressibility of the given liquid using ultrasonic interferometer.
11. Determine the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor using Lee’s disc apparatus. Specific heat of the material of the given disc = 370 Jkg-1K
-1
12. Determine (i) the grating element of a given grating using laser light of λ = 650 nm and (ii) the Numerical Aperture of the given optical fiber.
13. Ensure streamlined flow of the given liquid through the
capillary tube and determine the coefficient of viscosity of
the same using Poiseuille’s method (ρ = 1000 kg/m3
9.8 m/s & g =
2
ALLOTMENT OF MARKS )
HEADING
MAXIMUM MARKS
MARKS OBTAINED
FORMULAE
10
CIRCUIT & DIAGRAM
10
OBSERVATION
15
CALCULATION
10
RESULT
05
TOTAL
50
GS-2165 – Chemistry Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (GS 2165) QUESTIONS (SET – I)
1. Find out the harder sample out of the two given water samples. Standard hard water and a link EDTA solution are provided.
2. Determine the quality and quantity of total alkaline substance present the given sample solution.
3. Estimate the amount of chloride ions in the given sample by Argentometry.
4. Estimate the amount of copper ions in the given sample by EDTA method.
5. Determine the molecular weight of the given water soluble polymer.
6. Estimate the amount of HCl present in the given sample using a standard base and a conductometer.
7. Determine the amount of HNO3 and CH3COOH present in the given sample using a standard base and conductometer.
8. Estimate the amount of HNO3 present in the given sample with the help of a standard base and a pH meter.
9. Calculate the amount of barium chloride using a standard sodium sulphate solution and a conductometer.
10. Estimate the amount of Ferrous iron present in the given sample using potentiometer by redox titration
11. Determine the amount of dissolved oxygen present in the given sample water by Winkler’s method.
STATEMENT OF MARK DISTRIBUTION
SHORT PROCEDURE 15
VIVA VOCE 05
EXPERIMENT 20
RESULT 10
TOTAL 50
GS-2165 – Chemistry Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (GS 2165) QUESTIONS (SET – II)
1. Find out which solution contains more permanent hardness out of the two given boiled water samples. Standard hard water and link EDTA solutions are provided.
2. Estimate the amount of hydroxide and carbonate ions present in the given sample water.
3. Using Mohr’s method estimate the amount of chloride present in the given sample solution.
4. Calculate the percentage of Copper present in the given brass sample by EDTA method.
5. Find out the degree of polymerization of the given water soluble polymer.
6. Using conductometer calculate the amount of HNO3 present in the given water sample. You are provided with a standard alkaline solution.
7. Estimate the amount of H2SO4 and Acetic acid present in the given solution using conductometer and a standard alkaline solution.
8. Calculate the amount of H2SO4 present in the given solution by pH metry. You are provided with a standard alkali.
9. Determine the strength of the given BaCl2 solution by conductometric precipitation titration method.
10. Using a potentiometer estimate the normality of ferrous iron present in the given solution. You are provided with a standard oxidizing agent.
11. Calculate the amount of ferric iron present in the given solution using Spectrophotometer.
STATEMENT OF MARK DISTRIBUTION
SHORT PROCEDURE 15
VIVA VOCE 05
EXPERIMENT 20
RESULT 10
TOTAL 50
GS-2165 – Chemistry Lab
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION – MAY- 2010
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (GS 2165) QUESTIONS (SET –III)
1. Calculate the amount of temporary hardness of the given water sample. You are provided with a standard hard water, link EDTA, sample water & boiled sample water.
2. Estimate the amount of bicarbonate and carbonate ions present in the given water sample.
3. Out of the two samples given which contains more chloride ions. You are provided with a standard AgNO3 solution.
4. Find out which contains more copper out of the two samples. You are provided with a standard EDTA solution.
5. Using the given stock solution of the polymer prepare necessary dilutions with distilled water and determine the molecular weight of the polymer.
6. Calculate the amount of H2SO4 present in the given solution using conductometer and a standard alkali.
7. Estimate the amount of HCl and Acetic acid present in the given solution using conductometer and a standard alkaline solution.
8. Using pH meter calculate the amount of HCl present in the given solution. You are provided with a standard alkali.
9. Determine the strength of Na2SO4 solution using conductometer and a standard BaCl2 solution.
10. By dichrometric titration estimate the amount of ferrous iron present in a given solution with the help of a potentiometer.
11. Determine the water of crystallization in Copper sulphate.
STATEMENT OF MARK DISTRIBUTION
SHORT PROCEDURE 15
VIVA VOCE 05
EXPERIMENT 20
RESULT 10
TOTAL 50
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EC 2155 CIRCUITS AND DEVICES LABORATORY
Set – I
1. For the circuit shown in figure, compute the value of currents I1, I2, I3, I4, and I5 by using KVL and KCL. Verify the results experimentally.
2. Find the voltage across the 1 kΩ using Thevenin’s and Norton’s theorem for the circuit given below. Verify the results experimentally.
3. Find the current in the 2.2 kΩ resistor between A & B for the network using superposition theorem. Verify the results experimentally.
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4. Determine the value of RL using maximum power transfer theorem and also find the power transferred to the load. Verify the results experimentally.
5. Find the current ‘I’ in the circuit by applying reciprocity theorem. Verify the results experimentally.
6. Conduct an experiment to determine the frequency response of
(a). series resonance circuit (50 Marks)
(b). parallel resonance circuit (50 Marks)
7(a). Determine the forward and reverse characteristics of PN diode and Calculate the
forward and reverse resistance. (50 Marks)
(b). Construct a circuit to determine the reverse characteristics of Zener diode and
determine the breakdown voltage. (50 Marks)
8. Conduct an experiment
(a) To determine the input and output characteristics of CE configuration. (50 Marks)
(b) Calculate the h-parameter values from the input and output characteristic curves.
(50 Marks)
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9. Construct a circuit
(a).To determine the input and output characteristics of CB configuration. (50 Marks)
(b).Determine the h-parameter values from the input and output characteristic curves.
(50 Marks)
10(a). Determine the emitter characteristics of UJT and determine the intrinsic–stand
off ratio. (50 Marks)
(b). Determine the VI characteristics of SCR and determine the holding current and
holding voltage. (50 Marks)
11(a). Conduct an experiment to determine the drain characteristics of JFET. (50 Marks)
(b). Conduct an experiment to determine the transfer characteristics of MOSFET.
(50 Marks)
12(a). Determine the VI characteristics of DIAC. (50 Marks)
(b). Conduct an experiment to plot VI characteristics of TRIAC. (50 Marks)
13. Conduct an experiment to determine the illumination characteristics of phototransistor and photodiode and obtain the dark current. (50+50)
MARK ALLOCATION
Electric Circuits
Devices
Aim - 5
Theoretical calculation - 25
Connection & observation - 50
Result & Graph - 10
Viva voce - 10
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100
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Aim - 10 (5+5)
Circuit Diagram - 30 (15+15)
Connection & observation - 30 (15+15)
Result & Graph - 20 (10+10)
Viva Voce - 10
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100
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Page 1 of 3 / SET II / EC 2155
EC 2155 CIRCUITS AND DEVICES LABORATORY
Set – II
1. For the circuit given, find the values of currents I1, I2, and I3 using KVL and KCL.
2. Determine the Thevenin Voltage across 10 KΩ and Norton’s current through the 10 kΩ for the given circuit.
3. Find the current flowing through the 2.2 kΩ using superposition theorem.
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4. Determine the values of RL
power transferred to the load. using maximum power transfer theorem and also find the
5. Obtain current flowing through the 1.2 kΩ in the circuit and verify the reciprocity theorem.
6(a). Design a series RLC circuit which resonates at a frequency, f = 12 kHz. (50 Marks)
(b). Design a parallel RLC circuit which resonates at a frequency, f = 15 kHZ.
(50 Marks)
7. Conduct an experiment
(a). To obtain VI characteristics of PN diode whose cut in voltage is 0.2 V.
(50 marks)
(b). To obtain VI characteristics of Zener diode. (50 marks)
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8. Construct a circuit using NPN transistor to determine the input & output characteristics of CE configuration and calculate the h-parameter values from the input & output characteristic curves.
9(a). Determine the input and output characteristics of CB configuration and obtain hib, hob, hfb and hrb from the input and output characteristics of CB configuration.
10(a). Determine the VI characteristic of negative resistance device. Mark peak point &
valley point. (50 Marks)
(b). Obtain the VI characteristics of unidirectional, three terminal device and find the
break over voltage. (50 Marks)
11(a). Find the drain resistance of the given JFET. (50 Marks)
(b). Plot the drain and transfer characteristics of MOSFET. (50 Marks)
12(a) Obtain the forward & reverse characteristics of bi-directional two terminal device.
(50 marks)
(b). Plot the forward & reverse characteristics of bi-directional three terminal device.
(50 marks)
13. Construct a circuit using photodiode and photo transistor. Plot the VI characteristics
and obtain dark current. (50 + 50 Marks)
MARK ALLOCATION
Electric Circuits
Devices
Aim - 5
Theoretical calculation - 25
Connection & observation - 50
Result & Graph - 10
Viva voce - 10
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100
_____
Aim - 10 (5+5)
Circuit Diagram - 30 (15+15)
Connection & observation - 30 (15+15)
Result & Graph - 20 (10+10)
Viva Voce - 10
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100
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EC 2155 CIRCUITS AND DEVICES LABORATORY
SET – III
1. For the circuit shown in the figure determine the values of currents I1, I2 and I3
using KVL and KCL. by
2. For the circuit given below, find the Thevenin’s voltage across the 10 kΩ and Norton’s current flowing through the 10 kΩ.
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3. Find the current in the 4.7 kΩ resistor between A and B for the network using
superposition theorem.
4. Determine the value of RL using maximum power transfer theorem and also find the power transferred to the load.
5. Find the current ‘I’ in the circuit by applying reciprocity theorem.
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6(a). A series RLC circuit with R = 1 kΩ, L = 1 mH and C = 1000 pF is connected
across a sinusoidal source of 10 V. Draw the frequency response and obtain Q factor. (50 Marks)
(b). A parallel RLC circuit with R = 1 kΩ, L = 1 mH and C = 1000 pF is connected
across a sinusoidal source of 10 V. Draw the frequency response and obtain Q Factor. (50 Marks)
7(a). Determine the forward and reverse resistance of a PN junction diode. (50)
(b) Determine the breakdown voltage of the given zener diode. (50)
8. Determine the input resistance and current gain of NPN transistor for CE configuration.
9. Determine the input resistance and current gain of NPN transistor for CB configuration.
10(a). Conduct an experiment to determine the VI characteristics of UJT and determine
the intrinsic – stand off ratio. (50)
(b). Determine the VI characteristics of SCR and determine the holding voltage and
current. (50)
11(a). Conduct an experiment to determine the transfer characteristics of JFET and determine gm.
(b). Determine the drain characteristics of MOSFET. (50) (50)
12(a). Construct a circuit to determine the VI characteristics of DIAC. (50)
(b). Determine the VI characteristics of TRIAC. (50)
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13(a) Conduct an experiment to determine the illumination characteristics of
phototransistor and obtain the dark current. (50)
(b) Conduct an experiment to determine the illumination characteristics of
photodiode and obtain the dark current. (50)
MARK ALLOCATION
Electric Circuits
Aim - 5
Theoretical calculation - 25
Connection & observation - 50
Result & Graph - 10
Viva voce - 10
_____
100
_____
Devices
Aim - 10 (5+5)
Circuit Diagram - 30 (15+15)
Connection & observation - 30 (15+15)
Result & Graph - 20 (10+10)
Viva Voce - 10
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100
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Page 1 of 4 / SET I / EE 2155
EE 2155 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT LABORATORY
(Common to EEE, EIE & ICE)
SET I
1(a). Prove that the algebraic sum of currents at the junctions A & B in the circuit given below is zero. Use different values of R1, R2, R3, R4, & R5. Verify the results experimentally. (50 Marks)
(b). Verify Kirchoff’s second law for the above circuit. (50 Marks)
2. Find the voltage & current through the resistor connected across the terminals FC by calculating the open circuit voltage & equivalent resistance.
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3. Find the voltage & current through 100 ohm resistor considering, only one source at a time.
4. Use appropriate theorem to calculate the maximum power delivered to the resistor R
L.
5. Show that the ratio V/I remains constant if the position of V & I are interchanged.
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6(a). Verify ohms law for the given circuit by varying the source voltage. (50 Marks)
(b). For the given coils find the self inductance [Use two different values] (50 Marks)
7. Experimentally verify the loop currents & node voltages for the given circuit.
8(a). Obtain the transient current (both rising & falling) for the given circuit. Keep the
switch in position A & then at position B. (50 Marks)
(b). Plot the voltage wave form across the capacitor in the circuit shown. Keep switch
initially at A & then at B.
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9. Design & obtain the frequency response of a circuit which can be used for
a) Voltage Magnification (50 Marks)
b) Current Magnification (50 Marks)
Assume fr = 2 kHz.
10. Obtain the Frequency Response of single tuned circuit for various values of
capacitance.
Mark Allocation:
1. Aim/Apparatus required : 10
2. Circuit diagram & calculation : 30
3. Connection : 20
4. Tabulation : 20
5. Graph & result : 10
6. Viva – voce : 10
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Total 100
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230 V / 12 V
Page 1 of 4 / SET II / EE 2155
EE 2155 Electrical Circuit Laboratory
(Common to EEE, EIE & ICE)
SET II
1. Practically verify the Kirchoff’s laws for the network shown in Figure with the theoretical calculation.
2. Find the current through the load resistance both theoretically and practically for the given circuit using Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem.
3. Compute the current through AB of the network shown in Figure using superposition theorem. Verify the same practically.
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4. Find the load resistance RL for the maximum power transfer in the circuit shown in Figure. Also find maximum power. Verify the above values practically.
5. Verify reciprocity theorem for the circuit shown in Figure.
6(a). For the network given below verify whether the response is directly proportional to excitation, when the source voltage is maintained at 25 V. Also plot the voltage versus current characteristics. (50 Marks)
(b). Measure the self inductance of the given coil. (50 Marks)
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7. Obtain the mesh currents and node voltages for the circuit shown in Figure. Verify the results practically.
8(a). Obtain the transient current (both charging & discharging) for the circuit shown in Figure. Also plot the transient characteristics. (50 Marks)
(b). Obtain the transient voltage (both charging & discharging) for the circuit shown in Fig. Also plot the transient characteristics.
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9. Design suitable values for L & C for series & parallel RLC circuit. Let Resistance and Resonance frequency are 330 Ω and 410 Hz respectively. Also plot the frequency response characteristics.
10. Obtain the frequency response of single tuned circuit shown in Figure. And plot the frequency response characteristic.
Mark Allocation:
1. Aim/Apparatus required : 10
2. Circuit diagram & calculation : 30
3. Connection : 20
4. Tabulation : 20
5. Graph & result : 10
6. Viva – voce : 10
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Total 100
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Page 1 of 5 / SET III / EE 2155
EE 2155 Electrical Circuit Laboratory
(Common to EEE, EIE & ICE)
SET III
1(a). Prove that for the circuit given below, algebraic sum of all the incoming currents is equal to the algebraic sum of all the outgoing current at node A. (50 Marks)
(b). Show that the algebraic sum of all the voltage drops plus emf’s is equal to Zero. Use any values for resistors and voltage source. (50 Marks)
2(a). Find the open circuit voltage and the Thevenin’s resistance for the circuit and verify the values practically. (50 Marks)
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2(b). Find the short circuit current and Thevenin’s resistance for the circuit and verify the experimental result with the theoretical values. (50 Marks)
3. Use superposition theorem to find the current in 470 ohm resistor connected between A & B in the circuit shown below.
4. In the circuit shown in the figure, ‘R’ absorbs maximum power. Compute the value of ‘R’ and maximum power.
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5. For the circuit shown in the figure below, find I3 and verify reciprocity theorem.
6(a). For the given coil find the self inductance value. (50 Marks)
(b). Verify the Ohm’s law for the circuit given below. Take different values for voltage source. (50 Marks)
7. In the circuit shown below, find the current ‘I’ by using
(i) Mesh method (50 Marks)
(ii) Nodal method (50 Marks)
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8(a). For the given circuit, plot the charging and discharging curves of RL circuit.
(50 Marks)
(b). For the circuit given below, plot the variation of voltage across the capacitor with respect to time. (50 Marks)
9(a). Find the resonant frequency for the circuit and plot the graph. (50 Marks)
(b). Design a parallel resonance circuit for the resonant frequency of 400Hz.
(50 Marks)
500 μF
3 Ω
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10. Obtain the frequency response of the given circuit.
Mark Allocation:
1. Aim/Apparatus required : 10
2. Circuit diagram & calculation : 30
3. Connection : 20
4. Tabulation : 20
5. Graph & result : 10
6. Viva – voce : 10
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Total 100
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SET 1 – GE2155 Page 1
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Set – I
1. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file.
(ii) Display only the first two characters of all the lines from a file.
(iii) Convert the lower case to uppercase.
(iv) Combine two strings.
(v) Display the file contents in descending order.
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number is even or odd
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ numbers in ascending order.
2. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files with the name of name.txt, which contain only names, and reg.txt with the content of register number respectively.
(ii) Combine the two files in the form of register number followed by name
(iii) Sort the two files in ascending order
(iv) Count the number of lines in the files
(v) Rename the two files.
b. Write a Shell program to check and display 10 leap years
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ numbers in descending order.
3. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files.
(ii) Combine the two files.
(iii) Search a specific word from any one of the file.
(iv) Search a specific file from a directory.
(v) Display the common and distinct line of contents from a file.
b. Write a Shell program to find the area and circumference of a circle.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ names in ascending order.
4. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files.
(ii) Display the contents of both the files.
(iii) Count the number of characters in both the files.
(iv) Rename the two files.
(v) Combine the two files without duplicate.
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number and its reverse are same.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ names in descending order.
SET 1 – GE2155 Page 2
5. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To view all the files and directories page by page
(ii) To view only the directories page by page.
(iii) To view only the files in a directory.
(iv) Display the working directory.
(v) Display the complete path of the working directory.
b. Write a Shell program to check the given string is palindrome or not.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to add two matrices.
6. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar.
(ii) Execute more than one command at a time (using semi-colon ;)
(iii) Display the user’s full details.
(iv) Display the user-id / Group-id.
(v) Execute more than one command at a time (using logical-AND &&).
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of odd and even numbers from a set of numbers.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to subtract two matrices.
7. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Demonstrate pipe command
(ii) Demonstrate tee command
(iii) Use more than one command at a time (who and date)
(iv) Create a file called create.txt
(v) Move the file create.txt to move.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the roots of a quadratic equation
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to transpose a given matrix
8. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Print the specified number of lines of a file from start to end of the file.
(iii) Display the file content with line number
(iv) Update the file content with I/O redirection
(v) Rename the file
b. Write a Shell program to check the given integer is Armstrong number or not.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to copy one matrix to another matrix
SET 1 – GE2155 Page 3
9. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) Create a file
(iii) Rename the directory
(iv) Rename the file
(v) View the file
b. Write a Shell program to check the given integer is prime or not
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform multiplication of two matrices
10. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Update the file
(iii) Display the file content
(iv) Display the file with line number
(v) Count the number of words in the file
b. Write a Shell program to generate prime numbers between 1 and 50
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to find the sum of elements of a matrix
11. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a Directory called main
(ii) Create a sub-directory called sub in the main directory
(iii) Create a file in the main directory
(iv) Copy the file to the sub directory
(v) Delete the file in the main directory
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of square of individual digits of a number
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to develop a mark sheet of 5 students.
12. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar
(ii) Display the date and time
(iii) Display the present working directory
(iv) Display your user name
(v) Create a file using cat command
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of cube of individual digits of a number
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to develop salary details of 5 employees
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13. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Use finger command
(ii) Use grep command
(iii) Use diff command
(iv) Use uniq command
(v) Use cmp command
b. Write a Shell program to execute various UNIX commands using case statements
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to find the minimum and maximum of a
set of numbers.
14. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) View all directories from a user
(iii) Rename a directory
(iv) View all the directories starting with a specific character.
(v) View only the hidden directories
b. Write a Shell program to count the number of vowels in a line of text
c. Write a C program to find the sum of ‘n’ numbers using function.
15. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) View only files from a directory
(iii) Rename a file
(iv) View all files starting with a specific character
(v) View all the files which has a specific extension
b. Write a Shell program to display student grades
c. Write a C program using pointers to allocate a memory for the string “University” and reallocate the memory for the string to “University Examinations”
16. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory with the name of Exam
(ii) Change the Exam directory as the working directory
(iii) Create a file called exam.txt in the Exam directory
(iv) View the content of the exam.txt file
(v) Rename the file exam.txt to test.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the smallest number from a set of numbers
c. Write a C program using pointers to combine two array elements without duplicate
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17. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To check the working directory
(ii) Change the password
(iii) To display today’s date
(iv) To display the calendar of this month
(v) To display a message “University Exam” using a special character
b. Write a Shell program to find the smallest digit from a number
c. Write a program to perform file copy operation
18. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two directories called CS1101 and CS1102
(ii) Create a file called cs1101.txt in the CS1101 directory
(iii) Copy the file cs1101.txt from CS1101 to CS1102
(iv) Update the file content of cs1101.txt in the CS1102 directory
(v) Rename the file in the CS1102 with cs1102.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of all numbers between 50 and 100, which are divisible by
3 and not divisible by 5
c. Write a program to create two files and perform merge operation on it
19. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Rename a file
(iii) Change the mode of the file to read only
(iv) View the content of a file
(v) Count the number of words in a file
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of digits of a number until a single digit is obtained.
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to copy one matrix to another matrix
20. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Count the specific number of lines from a file start from the beginning of the file
(ii) To destroy a specific file from a user directory
(iii) Send a greeting message to other user
(iv) Execute a shell program
(v) To display current time
b. Write a Shell program to find the second highest number from a set of numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to develop salary details of 5 employees
SET 1 – GE2155 Page 6
ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Mark Allocation
UNIX Commands - 10 marks
Shell Programming* - 40 marks
C - Programming* - 40 marks
Viva-voce - 10 marks
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Total - 100 marks
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* Shell programming and C programming mark allocation (40 marks)
Algorithm - 10 marks
Program - 20 marks
Execution - 10 marks
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Total - 40 marks
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ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Set – II
1. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) Create a file
(iii) Rename the directory
(iv) Rename the file
(v) View the file
b. Write a Shell program to execute various UNIX commands using case statements
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains register number, name, age etc. and display the contents of the file.
2. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Update the file
(iii) Display the file contents
(iv) Display the file with line number
(v) Count the number of words in the file
b. Write a Shell program to count the number of vowels in a line of text
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains employee id, name, age etc and display the contents
3. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a Directory called main
(ii) Create a sub-directory called sub in the main directory
(iii) Create a file in the main directory
(iv) Copy the file to the sub directory
(v) Delete the file in the main directory
b. Write a Shell program to display student grades
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains two numbers followed by an operator in a line. Read a line of the file, while reading it; with respect to the operator perform the operation against the numbers.
4. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar
(ii) Display the date and time
(iii) Display the present working directory
(iv) Display your user name
(v) Create a file using cat command
b. Write a Shell program to find the smallest number from a set of numbers
c. Write a program to perform file copy operation.
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5. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Use finger command
(ii) Use grep command
(iii) Use diff command
(iv) Use uniq command
(v) Use cmp command
b. Write a Shell program to find the smallest digit from a number
c. Write a program with an append operation on an existing file.
6. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) View all directories from a user
(iii) Rename a directory
(iv) View all directories start with a specific character
(v) View only the hidden directories
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of all numbers between 50 and 100, which are divisible by
3 and not divisible by 5
c. Write a program to create two files and perform merge operation on it
7. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) View only files from a directory
(iii) Rename a file
(iv) View all files starting with a specific character
(v) View all the files which has a specific extension
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of digits of a number until a single digit is obtained.
c. Write a C program to find the second largest digit from a number using function.
8. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Display only the first two characters of all the lines from a file
(iii) Convert the lower case to uppercase
(iv) Combine two strings
(v) Display the file contents in descending order
b. Write a Shell program to find the second highest number from a set of numbers
c. Write a C program to find the sum of digits of a number using function.
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9. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files with the name of name.txt, which contain only names, and reg.txt with the content of register number respectively.
(ii) Combine the two files in the form of register number followed by name
(iii) Sort the two files in ascending order
(iv) Count the number of lines in the files
(v) Rename the two files.
b. Write a Shell program to find the second largest digit from a number
c. Using function, write a C program to check whether the given number and its reverse are same
10. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files
(ii) Combine the two files
(iii) Search a specific word from any one of the file
(iv) Search a specific file from a directory
(v) Display the common and distinct line of content from a file
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of odd digits and even digits from a number
c. Write a C program to find the sum of square of individual digits of a number using function.
11. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files
(ii) Display the content of both the file
(iii) Count the number of characters of both the files
(iv) Rename the two files
(v) Combine the two file without duplicate
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of two numbers using function programming
c. Write a C program to find the smallest digit from a number using function.
12. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To view all the files and directories page by page
(ii) To view only the directories page by page
(iii) To view only the files from a directory
(iv) Display the working directory
(v) Display the complete path of the working directory
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest number between two numbers using function.
c. Using function, write a C program to check whether the given number and its reverse are same
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13. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar
(ii) Execute more than one command at a time (using semi-colon ;)
(iii) Display the user’s full detail
(iv) Display the user-id / Group-id
(v) Execute more than one command at a time (using logical-AND &&)
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest among three numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform binary search operation
14. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Demonstrate pipe command
(ii) Demonstrate tee command
(iii) Use more than one command at a time (who and date)
(iv) Create a file called create.txt
(v) Move the file create.txt to move.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest among ‘n’ different numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform linear search operation
15. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Print the specified number of lines of a file start from end of file
(iii) Display the file content with line number
(iv) Update the file content with I/O redirection
(v) Rename the file
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest digit of a number
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains employee id, name, age etc and display the
content
16. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory with the name of Exam
(ii) Change the Exam directory as the working directory
(iii) Create a file called exam.txt in the Exam directory
(iv) View the content of the exam.txt file
(v) Rename the file exam.txt to test.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of ‘n’ different numbers.
c. Write a program with an append operation on an existing file.
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17. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To check the working directory
(ii) Change the password
(iii) To display today’s date
(iv) To display the calendar of this month
(v) To display a message “University Exam” using a special character
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of digits of a number
c. Write a C program using pointers to swap two numbers
18. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two directories called CS1101 and CS1102
(ii) Create a file called cs1101.txt in the CS1101 directory
(iii) Copy the file cs1101.txt from CS1101 to CS1102
(iv) Update the file content of cs1101.txt in the CS1102 directory
(v) Rename the file in the CS1102 with cs1102.txt
b. Write a Shell program to print the reverse of a number
c. Write a C program using pointers to copy the content of one array to another
19. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Rename a file
(iii) Change the mode of the file to read only
(iv) View the content of a file
(v) Count the number of words in a file
b. Write a Shell program to find the factorial of a number using for loop
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains two numbers followed by an operator in a line.
Read a line of the file, while reading it; with respect to the operator perform the operation against
the numbers.
20. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Count the specific number of lines from a file start from the beginning of the file
(ii) To destroy a specific file from a user directory
(iii) Send a greeting message to other user
(iv) Execute a shell program
(v) To display current’s time
b. Write a Shell program to generate Fibonacci series
c. Write a C program to create a file, which contains register number, name, age etc. and display
the content of the file.
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ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Mark Allocation
UNIX Commands - 10 marks
Shell Programming* - 40 marks
C - Programming* - 40 marks
Viva-voce - 10 marks
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Total - 100 marks
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* Shell programming and C programming mark allocation (40 marks)
Algorithm - 10 marks
Program - 20 marks
Execution - 10 marks
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Total - 40 marks
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ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Set – III
1. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) View all directories of a user
(iii) Rename a directory
(iv) View all directories starting with a specific character
(v) View only the hidden directories
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest among three numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform linear search operation
2. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) View only files from a directory
(iii) Rename a file
(iv) View all files starting with a specific character
(v) View all the files which has a specific extension
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest among ‘n’ different numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform binary search operation
3. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory with the name of Exam
(ii) Change the Exam directory as the working directory
(iii) Create a file called exam.txt in the Exam directory
(iv) View the content of the exam.txt file
(v) Rename the file exam.txt to test.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the largest digit of a number
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ numbers in ascending order.
4. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To check the working directory
(ii) Change the password
(iii) To display today’s date
(iv) To display the calendar of this month
(v) To display a message “University Exam” using a special character
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of ‘n’ different numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ numbers in descending order
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5. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two directories called CS1101 and CS1102
(ii) Create a file called cs1101.txt in the CS1101 directory
(iii) Copy the file cs1101.txt from CS1101 to CS1102
(iv) Update the file content of cs1101.txt in the CS1102 directory
(v) Rename the file in the CS1102 with cs1102.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of digits of a number
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ names in ascending order
6. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Rename a file
(iii) Change the mode of the file to read only
(iv) View the content of a file
(v) Count the number of words in a file
b. Write a Shell program to print the reverse of a number
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to sort ‘n’ names in descending order.
7. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Count the specific number of lines in a file from the beginning of the file
(ii) To destroy a specific file from a user directory
(iii) Send a greeting message to other user
(iv) Execute a shell program
(v) To display current’s time
b. Write a Shell program to find the factorial of a number using for loop
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform addition of two matrices
8. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Display only the first two character of all the lines from a file
(iii) Convert the lower case to uppercase
(iv) Combine two string
(v) Display the file content in descending order
b. Write a Shell program to generate Fibonacci series
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to subtract two matrices
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9. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files with the name of name.txt, which contain only names, and reg.txt with the content of register number respectively.
(ii) Combine the two files in the form of register number followed by name
(iii) Sort the two files in ascending order
(iv) Count the number of lines in the files
(v) Rename the two files.
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number is even or odd
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to perform transpose of a given matrix
10. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files
(ii) Combine the two files
(iii) Search a specific word from any one of the file
(iv) Search a specific file from a directory
(v) Display the common and distinct line of content from a file
b. Write a Shell program to check and display 10 leap years
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to copy one matrix to another matrix
11. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create two files
(ii) Display the contents of both the files
(iii) Count the number of characters in both the files
(iv) Rename the two files
(v) Combine the two files without duplicate
b. Write a Shell program to find the area and circumference of a circle
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to multiply of two matrices
12. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) To view all the files and directories with page by page
(ii) To view only the directories with page by page
(iii) To view only the files from a directory
(iv) Display the working directory
(v) Display the complete path of the working directory
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number and its reverse are same
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to find the sum of elements of a matrix
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13. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar
(ii) Execute more than one command at a time (using semi-colon ;)
(iii) Display the user’s full details
(iv) Display the user-id / Group-id
(v) Execute more than one command at a time (using logical-AND &&)
b. Write a Shell program to check the given string is palindrome or not
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to develop a mark sheet of 5 students.
14. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Demonstrate pipe command
(ii) Demonstrate tee command
(iii) Use more than one command at a time (who and date)
(iv) Create a file called create.txt
(v) Move the file create.txt to move.txt
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of odd and even numbers from a set of numbers
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to develop salary details of 5 employees
15. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Print the line number of a file from start to end of the file
(iii) Display the file content with line number
(iv) Update the file content with I/O redirection
(v) Rename the file
b. Write a Shell program to find the roots of a quadratic equation
c. Write a C program using dynamic memory allocation to find the minimum and maximum of a
set of numbers.
16. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a directory
(ii) Create a file
(iii) Rename the directory
(iv) Rename the file
(v) View the file
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number is Armstrong or not
c. Write a C program to find the sum of ‘n’ numbers using function.
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17. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a file
(ii) Update the file
(iii) Display the file content
(iv) Display the file with line number
(v) Count the number of words in the file
b. Write a Shell program to check the given number is prime or not
c. Write a C program using pointers to swap two numbers
18. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Create a Directory called main
(ii) Create a sub-directory called sub in the main directory
(iii) Create a file in the main directory
(iv) Copy the file to the sub directory
(v) Delete the file in the main directory
b. Write a Shell program to generate prime numbers between 1 and 50
c. Write a C program using pointers to copy the content of one array to another
19. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Display the calendar
(ii) Display the date and time
(iii) Display the present working directory
(iv) Display your user name
(v) Create a file using cat command
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of square of individual digits of a number
c. Write a C program using pointers to allocate a memory for the string “University” and reallocate
the memory for the string to “University Examinations”
20. a. Write and execute the following UNIX commands
(i) Use finger command
(ii) Use grep command
(iii) Use diff command
(iv) Use uniq command
(v) Use cmp command
b. Write a Shell program to find the sum of cube of individual digits of a number
c. Write a C program using pointers to combine two array elements without duplicate
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ANNA UNIVERSITY PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS (MAY – JUNE 2010)
GE2155 – Computer Practice Lab-II
Mark Allocation
UNIX Commands - 10 marks
Shell Programming* - 40 marks
C - Programming* - 40 marks
Viva-voce - 10 marks
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Total - 100 marks
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* Shell programming and C programming mark allocation (40 marks)
Algorithm - 10 marks
Program - 20 marks
Execution - 10 marks
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Total - 40 marks
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QQuueessttiioonnss ((SSeett II))
1) (a)Construct an ellipse with the major and minor axes lengths 90 mm and 50 mm respectively using a standard drafting package. (20)
(b) Draw the front and top view of the solid shown in the figure below using a standard drafting package. (30)
2) (a) Draw the front and top view of the solid shown in the figure below using a standard drafting package. (25)
Base Edge length =40mm
Axis Length = 60mm
All dimensions are in mm
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(b) Draw the sectional views of the following prism (25)
3) (a) Draw the front view top view and right side view of the ‘V Block’ shown in figure using a standard drafting package. (30)
(b) Draw the simple steel truss shown in the figure using a standard drafting package. (20)
44.. Draw the following Isometric projections. (50)
PPrriissmm hheeiigghhtt == 110000mmmm
BBaassee eeddggee == 4400mmmm
OOnnee ooff iittss bbaassee eeddggeess ppaarraalllleell ttoo VVPP
SSeeccttiioonnaall PPllaannee 2200mmmm aawwaayy ffrroomm iittss aaxxiiss
All dimensions are in mm
All dimensions are in mm
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5. Draw the following plan of the residential building with suitable wall thickness. (50)
All dimensions are in mm
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6. Draw the 3D model of the given object and obtain the 2-D multi-views. (50)
Allocation of Marks:
Drawing : 60 marks
Dimensioning : 20 marks
List of Commands used : 10 marks
Viva-voce : 10 marks
All dimensions are in mm
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QQuueessttiioonnss ((SSeett IIII))
4) (a) Construct a parabola when the distance between focus and the directrix is 40 mm using a standard drafting package. (25)
(b) Draw the front and top view of the solid shown in the figure below using a standard drafting package. (25)
5) (a) Draw the front view and top view of the solid shown in the figure below using a standard drafting package. (25)
(b) Draw the sectional views of the following frustum of cone. (25)
Base Edge length =40mm
Axis Length = 70mm
Base diameter = 40mm
Altitude = 60mm
FFrruussttuumm hheeiigghhtt == 4400mmmm
BBaassee ddiiaammeetteerr == 3355mmmm
TToopp ddiiaammeetteerr == 2200mmmm
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66 (a) Draw the front view, top view and side view of the object shown in the figure using a standard drafting package. List out the commands used. (30)
(b) Draw the simple steel truss shown in the figure using a standard drafting package. List out the commands used. (20)
4. Draw the following Isometric projections. (50)
Overall Base length = 1300 mm
Height = 400 mm, Overhang on each side = 200mm
All dimensions are in mm
All dimensions are in mm
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55.. Draw the following Plan of the residential building with suitable wall thickness. (50)
Window W = 1600 × 1200; Door D1 = 1000 × 1950 mm
Window W1 = 1200 × 1200; Door D2 = 900 × 1950 mm
Window W2 = 1000 × 1200; Door D3 = 800 × 1950 mm
Ventilator V = 600 × 450 mm
All dimensions are in mm
4200 × 5000
3500 × 3000
3500 × 3500
200mm SQ PILLAR
1500 × 1200
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6. Draw the 3D model of the given object and obtain the 2-D multi-views. (50)
Allocation of Marks:
Drawing : 60 marks
Dimensioning : 20 marks
List of Commands used : 10 marks
Viva-voce : 10 marks
All dimensions are in mm
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PPrraaccttiiccaall EExxaammiinnaattiioonnss MMaayy 22001100
SSuubbjjeecctt :: MMEE 22115555 CCoommppuutteerr AAiiddeedd DDrraaffttiinngg aanndd MMooddeelliinngg LLaabb
QQuueessttiioonnss ((SSeett IIIIII))
6) (a) Construct a hyperbola when the distance between focus and the directrix is 40 mm and the eccentricity is 3/2 using a standard drafting package. (25)
(b) Draw the front and top view of the solid shown in the figure below using a standard drafting package. (25)
7) (a) Draw the front view and top view of the square prism shown in the figures below using a standard drafting package. (20)
Base Edge length = 35mm
Axis Length = 70mm
All dimensions are in mm
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MMEE 22115555 CCoommppuutteerr AAiiddeedd DDrraaffttiinngg aanndd MMooddeelliinngg LLaabb ((SSeett IIIIII))
(b) Draw the sectional views of the following pyramid. (30)
8) (a) Draw the front view, top view and side view of the object shown in the figure using a standard drafting package. (30)
(b) Draw the simple steel truss shown in the figure using a standard drafting package. (20)
Overall Base length = 1200 mm
Height = 350 mm
PPyyrraammiidd hheeiigghhtt == 8800mmmm
BBaassee eeddggee == 4400mmmm
SSeeccttiioonnaall PPllaannee 4455mmmm aabboovvee iittss bbaassee
All dimensions are in mm
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MMEE 22115555 CCoommppuutteerr AAiiddeedd DDrraaffttiinngg aanndd MMooddeelliinngg LLaabb ((SSeett IIIIII))
44.. Draw the following Plan of the residential building with suitable wall thickness. (50)
5. Draw the following Isometric projections. (50)
D : 1100 × 2200 mm, D1 : 800× 2200 mm; W : 1200 × 1200 mm; V : 800 × 600 mm
All dimensions are in mm
All dimensions are in mm
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MMEE 22115555 CCoommppuutteerr AAiiddeedd DDrraaffttiinngg aanndd MMooddeelliinngg LLaabb ((SSeett IIIIII))
6. Draw the 3D model of the given object and obtain the 2-D multi-views. (50)
Allocation of Marks:
Drawing : 60 marks
Dimensioning : 20 marks
List of Commands used : 10 marks
Viva-voce : 10 marks
All dimensions are in mm
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