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HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BANGALORE -560 045

(Affiliated To Vsveswaraya Technological University, Belgaum)

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Academic Year

2011-12

Semester: ODD

COURSE FILE
(Theory Subject) Course: Engineering Semester: V B.E. in Mechanical Engineering Section: B

Subject & Code : Design of Machine Elements-I Name of the Subject Teacher: MOHAMMED YUNUS

Subject Code :06ME51

Book List a) Sl. No 1 2

: Text Books

: Edition 6th 2003 2nd 2007 Publication McGraw Hill International Tata McGraw Hill No. of Copies in Library Borrow Reference Section Section

Author

Name of the Book

Joseph.E.Shigle Mechanical andCharles Engg Design R.Mishke V.B.Bhandari Design of Machine Elements b) Reference Books: Name of the Book Machine Design Machine Design Machine Design

Sl. No 1 2 3 4

Author Robert L Norton Hall Holowenko Laughlin John Weily sons

Edition 2001 2008 2001`

Publication Pearson Education Tata McGraw Hill

No. of Copies in Library Borrow Reference Section Section

c)Recommendation of Additional Book & other sources: Sl. No 1 Author Name of the Book Edition Publication No. of Copies in Library Borrow Reference Section Section

J.B.K.Das and Design of P.L.Srinivasa Machine Murthy Elements Continued..3

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Class Time Table Subject Teacher Time Table Lesson Planning ReVew of Lesson Planning List of Students & their performance during IA Tests Corrective Actions on performance of Students in IAT First ReVew by Subject Teacher with the Class and Corrective Actions Taken Second ReVew by subject Teacher with the Class and Corrective Actions Taken Final ReVew by Subject Teacher Points to be implemented for Coming Semester Calendar of ODDts

: : : : : : : : : : :

Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix - H Appendix J Appendix K Appendix L

(To be Attached at end)

13. 14. 15. 16.

Syllabus Model Question Papers and PreVous University Exam Question Papers Subject Teacher Notes Transparencies

: : : :

Appendix M Appendix N Appendix O Appendix P

(To be maintained separately) Blue Books

Staff Dairy Attendance Register

Appendix - A HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Bangalore 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-2012 CLASS TIME TABLE Semester: V Section: B 8:30 to 12:55 8:30 to 9:20 ELE-1 FEA FEA ELE-1 DME-I MECH 9:20 to 10:10 HMT ELE-1 MV HMT MECH HMT T E A B R E A K 10:10 to 10:25 10:25 to 11:15 MV MECH 11:15 to 12:05 FEA HMT 12:05 to 12:55 DME-I MV 12:55 to 1:40 L U N C H B R E A K With effect from01-02-2012 1:40 to 4:10 1:40 to 2:30 2:30 to 3:20 3:20 to 4:10 Semester: ODD

Day

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

HMT (A1) & CAMA (A2)

HMT (A2) & CAMA (A1) DME-I MV MECH MECH FEA DME-I FEA ELE-1

ELE-1

DME-I MV Forum

MECH

Time Table Coordinator

Signature of HOD

Appendix - B HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Bangalore 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 SUBJECT TEACHER TIME TABLE Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Semester: V 8:30 to 12:55 Day 8:30 to 9:20 9:20 to 10:10 10:10 to 10:25 10:25 to 11:15 11:15 to 12:05 12:05 to 12:55
DME2- MY T E A B R E A K DME2- MY DME2-MY

Semester: ODD

Section: B

With effect from: 01-02-2012 1:40 to 4:10 12:55 to 1:40


L U N C H B R E A K

1:40 to 2:30

2:30 to 3:20

3:20 to 4:10

MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT DME2- MY

DME2- MY

Signature of the Faculty

Signature of HOD

Appendix - C HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year_2011-2012 Semester: ODD LESSON PLANNING Semester: V Name of Subject Teacher: MOHAMMED YUNUS Name of Subject Expert (ReVewer): DR.J.FAZLUR RAHMAN For the Period: From: 01/02/2012 to 22/5/2012 Sl No. 1.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Subject Code: 06ME51

Planned Topic / Experiment Unit:1 Introduction to Machine Design, Normal & Shear stress Bi-axial and Tri-axial stresses, stress-tensor. Principal stresses , problems Engineering Materials & their mechanical properties. Stress- strain diagrams, stress analysis. Design consideration, codes and standards. Unit:2 Design for static strength, static load and Factor of safety ( Numerical) Theories of failure: Max. Normal stress theory, max. Shear stress theory. Distortion Energy theory, Failure of brittle materials Failure of Ductile materials, problems problems Stress concentration: Determination stress concentration factor problems
No. of Periods
1

Executed
No. of Periods
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Date 01-08-2011 02-08-2011 03-08-2011 04-08-2011 06-08-2011 08-08-2011 09-08-2011

Date 01-08-2011 02-08-2011 03-08-2011 04-08-2011 06-08-2011 08-08-2011 09-08-2011

REMARKS

1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1 1

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

1 1 1 1 1 1

10-08-2011 11-08-2011 13-08-2011 16-08-2011 17-08-2011 18-08-2011

1 1 1 1 1 1

10-08-2011 11-08-2011 13-08-2011 16-08-2011 17-08-2011 18-08-2011

Sl NO
14. 15. 16.

Planned Topic / Experiment Impact strength: Impact stresses due to Axial load Impact stresses due to Bending load & torsional load. Problems Unit:3 Design for fatigue strength, S-N diagram, low cycle fatigue. High cycle fatigue, Endurance limit. Endurance limit modifying factors- Size, surface finish, stress concentration factor Fluctuating stresses, Goodmans & Soderbergs Equation. problems problems Stress due to combined loading Problems Cumulative fatigue damage problems Unit:5 Design of shafts: torsion of shafts, Design for strength. problems Design for Rigidity ( Steady loading) problems ASME & BIS codes for power transmission shafting.
No. of Periods
1 1 1

Executed
No. of Periods
1 1 1

Date 20-08-2011 22-08-2011 23-08-2011 24-08-2011

Date 20-08-2011 22-08-2011 23-08-2011 24-08-2011

REMARKS

17.

25-08-2011
1 1

25-08-2011 27-08-2011 29-08-2011 30-08-2011 03-09-2011 05-09-2011 07-09-2011 08-09-2011 10-09-2011


1

18.

19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

27-08-2011 29-08-2011 30-08-2011 03-09-2011 05-09-2011 07-09-2011 08-09-2011 10-09-2011

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

1 1 1 1

12-09-2011 13-09-2011 14-09-2011

1 1 1

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Sl NO

Planned Topic / Experiment


No. of Periods
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Executed
No. of Periods
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

REMARKS

Date 15-09-2011 17-09-2011 19-09-2011 20-09-2011 21-09-2011 22-09-2011 24-09-2011 26-09-2011 28-09-2011 29-09-2011 01-10-2011 03-10-2011 04-10-2011 13-10-2011 15-10-2011 17-10-2011

Date 15-09-2011 17-09-2011 19-09-2011 20-09-2011 21-09-2011 22-09-2011 24-09-2011 26-09-2011 28-09-2011 29-09-2011 01-10-2011 03-10-2011 04-10-2011 13-10-2011 15-10-2011 17-10-2011

31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42.

Design of shafts under fluctuating loads. problems Design of shafts under combined loading. problems Unit:8 Power screws: Stresses in power screws. Efficiency & self locking in power screws. Design of power screws Problems Complete design of Screws Jack Complete design of Screws Jack Complete design of Screws Jack Unit:7 Riveted joints: types, Rivet Materials, Failure of riveted joints. Efficiency of riveted joints Problems Boiler joints , problems Problems Tank & structural joints Problems

43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48.

1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1

Sl NO

Planned Topic / Experiment


No. of Periods
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Executed
No. of Periods
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

REMARKS Date 18-10-2011 19-10-2011 20-10-2011 22-10-2011 24-10-2011 26-10-2011 29-10-2011 31-10-2011 02-11-2011 03-11-2011 05-11-2011 08-11-2011 09-11-2011 10-11-2011 17-11-2011 19-11-2011

Date 18-10-2011 19-10-2011 20-10-2011 22-10-2011 24-10-2011 26-10-2011 29-10-2011 31-10-2011 02-11-2011 03-11-2011 05-11-2011 08-11-2011 09-11-2011 10-11-2011 17-11-2011 19-11-2011

49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64.

Riveted brackets Problems Welded joints: Types, Butt and Fillet weld strength problems Unit:6 Design of Cotter joints Design of Knuckle joints Types of keys, Design of keys. Design of splines Design of Rigid coupling. Design of Flexible Coupling Design Flange coupling Design of Bush & Pin type flexible coupling. Old hams Coupling Unit:4 Stresses in threaded fasteners, Effect of initial tension Design of threaded fasteners under static load. Design under dynamic & impact loads. Design of eccentrically loaded bolted joints Problems

1 1 1

Prepared By___________________ Reviewed by_______________ Date & Sign__________________ Date & Sign________________

Approved by: HOD Date & Sign _______

Annexure -1 to Appendix C HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHNICAL ENGINEERINGDEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD

RECORD OF INITIAL BRIEFING & LAYING DOWN OF OBJECTIVES BY STUDENTS FOR THEMSELVES Semester: V Subject Name: DME-I 1. Students objectives Vz a Vz this Subject. a. To teach the students fundamental concepts and approach to design of machine elements. b. To cover the full syllabus and revise for 100 marks c. To make the students familiar with the use of Machine Design Handbooks. d. To solve university questions. e. To draw key sectional and assembled views of machine elements and assemblies and make students to practice f. To design all the machine elements and make students thoroughly familiar with the steps in machine elements. g. To impart knowledge to students about operation and maintenance of each machine elements listed in the curriculum 2. Actions by Students, to achieve their objectives (as decided by Students) a) To revise important topics b) Prepare for 160 Marks 3. What Students expect from Subject Teacher & organization to achieve their objectives a) Well channeled teaching. b) Highlight of Previous design literature, Methodology and terminology. c) To teach real time examples in the subject. d) Teach the importance of the subject in future. e) Discuss about previous question papers. Section: B Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNS Subject Code: 06ME51

Appendix D HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 REVEW OF LESSON PLANNING Name of Staff: Mohammed Yunus Semester: V Subject: DME-I Semester: ODD

ReVew I --by 5th Week before 1st Internal Test *Report by Subject Teacher Date: 3-3-2012 Cumulative No. Of Classes: 19 Syllabus: Planned : 3/8th (37.5%) of Syllabus Executed :1/3rd (33% ) of Syllabus Average Students Attendance: 61 % Staff Signature __________________ ReVew I -- by 9th Week before 2nd Internal Test Confirmation of action as per ReVew I Yes, action taken and work executed as per ReVew-1 *Report by Subject Teacher for ReVew - I Date : 7-4-2012 Cumulative No. Of Classes: 41 Syllabus: Planned : 1/3th of Syllabus Executed: 1/3rd of Syllabus (70% cumulative) Average Students Attendance :

Date of ReVew Remarks by HOD*

HOD Signature_________________ Date of ReVew Remarks by HOD

Remarks by HOD**

Staff Signature

HOD Signature

Appendix D ReVew II -- by 13th Week Date of ReVew Remarks by HOD: Remarks by HOD**

Confirmation of action as per ReVew I Yes action taken and work executed as per ReVew I *Report by Subject Teacher for ReVew - II Date : 7-4-2012 Cumulative No. Of Classes: 41 Syllabus: Planned : 1/3th of Syllabus Executed: 1/3rd of Syllabus (70% cumulative) Average Students Attendance : 75% Staff Signature __________________ Final ReVew by 17th Week

HOD Signature_________________ Date of ReVew Remarks by HOD:

Confirmation of action as per ReVew II

Yes action taken and work executed as per ReVew II *Final Report by Subject Teacher Remarks by HOD** The classes were well conducted as per planned schedule. Students were mentored and lectured to curriculum and all related shop floor and factory management concepts were covered. To help students score high, after the 2nd Internal Assessment Test, Subject notes comprehensively prepared by myself spot on to curriculum were circulated to all students. Staff Signature __________________ HOD Signature_________________

*Suggested corrective action by subject Teacher shall be indicated if the difference between planned & executed for any topic is more than one week. ** Approval of corrective action by HOD with or without changes (in consultation with Subject Expert).

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) Sl. No Roll No. USN No Name of the Student Internal Assessment Marks Scored (Max. Marks 25) T1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 1HK06ME 001 Abdul Rasheed C.M 1HK06ME 027 Kalappa
1HK08ME 003 Ajmal E.V 1HK08ME 027 Jaideep .R

Semester: ODD I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012)

Cumulative Attendance Percentage as on Date

T2
5

T3 6 16 A 17 A A A 22 18 18 A

Avg 7 16 15 15 16 20 22 23 18 19 21 8 53 94 83 94 53 41 76 70 82 76 9 75 40 62.5 70 75 77.5 72.5 72.5 80 80 10 78 56

Remarks on performance/ Attendance at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Serial Ni./Test/Remarks Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc.

4 07 15 02 22 A A 23 A 24 21

20 15 20 15 24 06 18 25 20 22

70
75 82 80 80 80 83 85

1HK08ME 037 Mohammed Shakeel .M


1HK08ME 038 Md. Zahir Rafeeque Ahmed

1HK09ME 001 Aaquib Javed Siddique 1HK09ME 003 Anish Kumar Pathak 1HK09ME 004 Asfan Baig .M 1HK09ME 005 Ashik Sam Thomas Signature of staff I/C Date

Signature of HOD with Date

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) Sl. No Roll No. USN No Name of the Student Internal Assessment Marks
Scored (Max. Marks 25)

Semester: ODD I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012)

Cumulative Attendance Percentage as on Date

T1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1HK09ME 006 1HK09ME 007 1HK09ME 008 1HK09ME 010 1HK09ME 011 1HK09ME 012 1HK09ME 013 1HK09ME 014 1HK09ME 016 3 Ashil Jose Ashish Raju Philip Aswin .R Bharath Singh .M Bharath .V Biddappa P.S Bujair .K Craig Mario Brown Gowtham S.M 1HK09ME 017 Guruprasad Signature of staff I/C Date 4 15 22 20 24 21 21 A 18 24 20

T2 5 25 20 18 21 19 24 22 17 A 18

T3 6 17 21 25 11 A A A 15 20 A

Avg 7 15 22 25 15 24 15 24 17 21 17 8 18 82 94 94 100 88 59 94 94 82 9 87.5 87.5 95 92.5 85 60 87.5 80 75 70 10 90 90 98 92 88 68 90 88 82 82

Remarks on performance/ Attendance at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Serial Ni./Test/Remarks Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc.

Signature of HOD with Date

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) Sl. No Roll No. USN No Name of the Student Internal Assessment Marks
Scored (Max. Marks 25)

Semester: ODD I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012)

Cumulative Attendance Percentage as on Date 8 88 76 76 70 70 70 76 76 65 100 9 70 85 95 97.5 87.5 90 97.5 77.5 77.5 80 10 82 87 95 100 90 92 97 83 95 87

Remarks on performance/ Attendance at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Serial Ni./Test/Remarks Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc.

T1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1HK09ME 018 1HK09ME 019 1HK09ME 022 1HK09ME 023 1HK09ME 024 1HK09ME 027 1HK09ME 028 1HK09ME 029 1HK09ME 030 3 Harshith N.A Hashim T.K Insaf P.A Jackson James Jagadeesha .D Joel Nazareth Joshua Daniel .D Kiran Ramesh Kumar Chetan 4 24 17 14 23 20 24 21 24 12 A

T2 5 25 22 24 15 15 22 18 22 18 21

T3 6 10 23 19 A A 18 02 A 15 20

Avg 7 15 21 21 22 23 21 20 21 19 22

1HK09ME 031 Lohith B.H Signature of staff I/C Date

Signature of HOD with Date

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012) Sl. Roll No. Name of the Internal Assessment Marks Cumulative Attendance Remarks on performance/ Attendance Scored (Max. Marks 25) No USN No Student Percentage as on Date at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Serial Ni./Test/Remarks T1 T2 T3 Avg Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1HK09ME 032 Luqhman Shariff 23 23 A 24 52 92.5 97 2 1HK09ME 033 M. Frexin Simon 24 24 A 22 94 82.5 85 3 1HK09ME 034 Madhusudan Das .K 18 12 A 22 70 100 97 4 1HK09ME 035 Mahesh .J 24 20 A 17 100 85 85 5 1HK09ME 037 Manjunatha .S. 24 15 23 23 82 97.5 100 Hurakadli 6 1HK09ME 038 Manikandan .R 20 20 19 22 70 100 100 7 1HK09ME 039 Mario Aurelius Lionel 24 16 23 21 76 87.5 93 Robin Improvement test on 18-5-12 and 8 1HK09ME 041 Md. Amir Hussain 24 A A 19 94 65 80 scored 23/25 9 1HK09ME 042 Md. Qauser 24 24 13 15 65 82.5 78 10 1HK09ME 043 Md. Quamer Tawheed Signature of staff I/C Date 23 23 A 23 52 72.5 83

Signature of HOD with Date

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) Sl. Roll No. Name of the Internal Assessment Marks Cumulative Attendance Scored (Max. Marks 25) No USN No Student Percentage as on Date T1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 1HK09ME 044 Mohammad Raihan 1HK09ME 046 Md. Zeeshan Rizvi 1HK09ME 047 Mohamed Akif Jaffery Munaff 1HK09ME 048 Mohamed Rashid .M 1HK09ME 049 Mohammad Akib .J 1HK09ME 050 Mohammed Ameen V.C 1HK09ME 051 Mohammed Habibulla .P 1HK09ME 052 Mohammed Hussain 1HK09ME 053 Mohammed Shaleh Ahmed 1HK09ME 055 Muzaffar Shan Signature of staff I/C Date 4 24 21 15 15 21 24 15 23 20 A T2 5 18 15 24 20 24 20 14 19 18 24 T3 6 24 22 15 A 15 A 18 15 A 18 Avg 7 22 19 15 20 18 25 22 22 15 19
8 94 76 52 59 70 76 65 76 82 24

Semester: ODD I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012) Remarks on performance/ Attendance at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Serial Ni./Test/Remarks Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc.

9 70 82.5 72.5
75

10 77 82 78 83 85 93 90 100 90 92

80 85 87.5 100 85 92.5

Appeared for improvement test on 18-5-12 and scored 22/25 Appeared for improvement test on 18-5-12 and scored 18/25

Appeared for improvement test on 18-5-12 and scored 22/25

Signature of HOD with Date

Appendix E HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD Performance during Internal Assessment Tests Name of the Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Dates of Tests I (5-3-2012) I (9-4-2012) II (14-5-2012) Sl. Roll No. Name of the Internal Assessment Cumulative Remarks on performance/ Attendance No USN No Student Marks Attendance at the end of unit test T1, T2, T3 Scored (Max. Marks 25) Percentage as on Date Serial Ni./Test/Remarks T1 T2 T3 Avg Example : Serial No. 4/T2/Solve More Problem, Be regular in class etc. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 87 1 1HK07ME 033 Mannan Hassan Khan 23 25 A 25 5 80 96 2 1HK08ME 081 Syed Arifulla 24 21 08 21 10 92.5 Appeared for improvement test on 18-5-12 and scored 21/25 Appeared for improvement test on 18-5-12 and scored 23/25

Signature of staff I/C Date

Signature of HOD with Date Appendix E

Appendix F

CORRECTIVE ACTIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT IN IA TEST 1 (05-3-2012) *1. 2. Action suggested by subject Teacher as per remarks: (refer Appendix H) Remarks by HOD: Subject execution on time Students receptive to lectures Signature of Subject Teacher Students to be exhorted to high scoring in coming I A Tests 3. Action taken as per remarks: Subject execution continued With same zeal and zest i) Sl. No ---Extra Classes: Not required Date ---Time From ----To Topics ----+Circular / Time Table No ----Signature of HOD

+ Copy of Circular / Time table to be attached ii) Sl. No 1. 2. iii) iv) Introduction to Vbration Free Vbration Any amendments to the lesson planning required. Not needed Any other Points : Signature of HOD Date_______________ Notes given by subject Teacher Topic 18 15 No. of Pages

Signature of Faculty Date__________________

Appendix F HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT CORRECTIVE ACTIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT IN IA TEST- 2 (09-04-2012) *1. 2. Action suggested by subject Teacher as per remarks: (refer Appendix H) Remarks by HOD: I A Test scoring has improved Signature of Subject Teacher

Average students attendance has improved 3. Action taken as per remarks: i) Sl. No ---Extra Classes: Not required Date ---Time From ----To Topics ----+Circular / Time Table No ----Signature of HOD

+ Copy of Circular / Time table to be attached v) Sl. No 1. 2. vi) vii) Damped Free Vbration Forced Vbration Any amendments to the lesson planning required. Any other Points Signature of HOD Date_______________ Notes given by subject Teacher Topic No. of Pages 20 15

Signature of Faculty Date__________________

Appendix F

HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT CORRECTIVE ACTIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT IN IA TEST--- 3 (14 -5-2012) *1. 2. 3. Action suggested by subject Teacher as per remarks: (Refer Appendix H) Remarks by HOD Action taken as per remarks: i) Sl. No ---Extra Classes: Not required Date ---Time From ----To Topics ----+Circular / Time Table No ----Signature of Subject Teacher Signature of HOD

+ Copy of Circular / Time table to be attached viii) Sl. No 1. 2. ix) x) Vbration Measurements Numerical methods to handle Multi Degree of Freedom Any amendments to the lesson planning required. Any other Points Notes given by subject Teacher Topic No. of Pages

Signature of Faculty Date__________________

Signature of HOD Date_______________

Appendix G HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45

MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-2012 Semester: ODD

FIRST REVEW BY SUBJECT TEACHER WITH THE CLASS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN (To be done at the start of fifth Week) Semester : V Date: 123-2012 (After 1st IA Test) Sl. No Section : A Name of Faculty: ABDUL MUJEEB. N

Time: From 8: 30 Am to: 9: 20 Am Remarks by HOD

1. Suggestions from the Students To educate students about contemporary industrial management 2. Self Realized Points Students to be lectured modern shop floor concepts and factory management

Action Required Hands on practical principles to be highlighted

Action Required Hands on practical rudiments to be highlighted

Remarks by HOD

3.

Any amendments to the lesson planning required

4. Details of action taken. Signature of Faculty Date_______________ Signature of HOD Date____________

Appendix H HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT

Academic Year: 2011-2012

Semester: ODD

FIRST REVEW BY SUBJECT TEACHER WITH THE CLASS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN (To be done at the start of fifth Week) Semester: V Date: 16-4-2012 (After 2nd IA Test) Sl. No Section: A Name of Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Time: From 8: 30 Am to : 9: 20 Am

1. Suggestions from the Students Students wanted me to compile notes covering full portion

Action Required Single source notes required to avoid multiple sources like 5-6 different books/ authors , internet so on

Remarks by HOD

2. Self Realized Points Students need to be talked about current awareness topics and changing global scenario

Action Required Global business operations and global phenomena and its impact at organization level and indiVdual level discussed

Remarks by HOD

3. Any amendments to the lesson planning required 4. Details of action taken. Signature of Faculty Date_______________ Signature of HOD Date____________

Appendix J HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD

FINAL REVEW BY SUBJECT TEACHER (After University Exam) Semester: V Section: B Name of Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS

1. Adequacy of time for coverage of syllabus. Yes , time was adequate 2. Suggestions regarding change in syllabus including updating as per latest Technology. More Shop floor concepts and production management techniques to be included 3. Suggestions regarding change of books. Change of books is naturally required with and if curriculum is amended 4. Suggestions regarding more emphasis on certain topics. The current global scenario is witnessing changes in various methodology of designing a component due to application of different techniques/ tools.. Therefore an additional topics covering these aspects have to be introduced and discussed Date________________ Signature of Faculty

Date_________________

Signature of HOD

Appendix K HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011- 2012 Semester: ODD

POINTS TO BE IMPLEMENTED FOR THE COMING SEMESTER (To be prepared after University Result) Semester V A. Section: A Name of Faculty : Mohammed Yunus

FOR PREPARATION OF THIS ANNEXURE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE NEEDED -- Lesson plan dates and executed dates were in tune till the 2 nd I A Test. Thereafter there were minor slip ups due to Seminars and Workshops conducted in the department

1) Final review at the end of lesson planning.

2) Failure analysis carried out for subjects with pass % less than 60%. 3) Final reVew by subject Teacher (Course File) B. ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Selection of proper faculty for the subject. : Industry served staff members preferred Training for earmarked faculty. : On job training and students feedback is best More emphasis on certain topics: Topics related to shop floor concepts, industrial engineering and factory management are adVsable. Points to be considered for preparing lesson planning. : More and more portions to be covered in the beginning of the semester. Towards the fag end, students get involved with their project works and internal marks / improvement tests etc. Requirements of additional books and training aids. : Industrial Vsits and some case studies will nurture students mind towards finishing school programs Case to be taken up with University for changes in the syllabus (If any).

Appendix H HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD

SECOND REVEW BY SUBJECT TEACHER WITH THE CLASS

AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN (To be done at the start of fifth Week) Semester : V Section: B Name of Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS Time: From 8: 30 AM To: 9: 20 AM Action Required Single source notes required to avoid multiple sources like 5-6 different books/ authors , internet so on . Action Required New methods and tools are discussed. Remarks by HOD Remarks by HOD Date: 164-2012 (After 2nd IA Test) Sl. No. 1. Suggestions from the Students Students wanted me to compile notes covering full portion. 2. Self Realized Points Students need to be talked about current awareness topics and developments in this field.

3. Any amendments to the lesson planning required 5. Details of action taken. Signature of Faculty Date_______________ Signature of HOD Date____________

Appendix J

HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD

FINAL REVEW BY SUBJECT TEACHER (After University Exam)

Semester: V

Section: B

Name of Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS

5. Adequacy of time for coverage of syllabus. Yes, time was not adequate for Units covering large number of numerical and derivations. 6. Suggestions regarding change in syllabus including updating as per latest Technology. More Experimental, analytical and numerical methods and techniques to be included. 7. Suggestions regarding change of books. Change of books is naturally required with and if curriculum is amended 8. Suggestions regarding more emphasis on certain topics. The recent research and development work in Design of new mechanical components is witnessing changes due to introduction of new tools and methods. Therefore new techniques and methods have to be introduced and discussed.

Date________________

Signature of Faculty

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Signature of HOD

Appendix K HKBK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE - 45 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Academic Year: 2011-12 Semester: ODD

POINTS TO BE IMPLEMENTED FOR THE COMING SEMESTER (To be prepared after University Result) Semester: V A. Section: B Name of Faculty: MOHAMMED YUNUS

For preparation of this document, the following documents shall be considered. i. ii. iii. Final reVew at the end of lesson planning. Failure analysis carried out for subjects with pass % less than 60%. Final reVew by subject Teacher (Course File)

B.

Actions to be taken : i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Selection of proper faculty for the subject. Training for earmarked faculty. More emphasis on certain topics. Points to be considered for preparing lesson planning. Requirements of additional books and training aids. Case to be taken up with University for changes in the syllabus (If any).

Signature of HOD Date________________

Signature of Principal Date________________

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES FOR DME I (06ME51) The following PEOs were set at the beginning of semester keeping average students in focus
1. To teach the students fundamental concepts and approach to design of machine elements 2. To cover the full syllabus and revise for 100 marks 3. To make the students familiar with the use of Machine Design Handbooks 4. To solve university questions 5. To draw key sectional and assembled Views of machine elements and assemblies and make students to practice 6. To design all the machine elements and make students thoroughly familiar with the steps in machine elements. 7. To impart knowledge to students about operation and maintenance of each machine elements listed in the curriculum PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs): At the end of semester, the students acquired following : 1. Students were well acquainted with the Basic parts design and effect of various loading ( individual /combined) in different components of machine using various theories of failure. 2. Students had a fairly broad idea of steps involved in design of each machine assembly (Beams, Gears, Springs, Bearings , Cylinders & cylinder heads, clutches and brakes so on ) and types of loading (fatigue, static and impact, and so on). 3. Students were able to read sectional and assembled Views of machine elements and their design methodology. 4. Students were familiar with the functioning of the machine elements and full assemblies 5. Students became familiar with the fundamental aspects such as materials used in each machine element, dimensions and sizes and overall general arrangement. 6. Students got familiarized with exploring the Machine Design Data Hand book.

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Calendar of ODDts for ODD Semester B.E of Academic Year 2011-2012.


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IA Test

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20 Mahashivaratri 1st March: Last date to submit 1st Test question paper. 1st IA Test: 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th March. 17th March: - Progress Report to be sent to parents. 23 Ugadi 1st Lab Test: 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd & 24th March.

4 Mahaveera Jayanthi 6 Good Friday 18th April Cultural Day 24 Basava Jayanthi 1 May Day

5th April: Last date to submit 2nd Test question paper. 2nd IA Test: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th & 14th April. 21st April: Progress Report to be sent to parents.

3rd May: Last date to submit 3rd Test question paper. 3rd IA Test: 7th, 8th & 9th May. (2 Tests per day) 2nd Lab IA Test: 10th, 11th & 12th May 19th May: Display of average IA Marks. 22 Last working day for I / IV / V & VI semester B.E. VTU Practical Examination of I, IV & V Sem B.E: 25th May to 9th June. Graduation Day for Final Year B.E. VTU Theory Examination of VI Sem B.E: 28th May to 6th June VTU Theory Examination of I, IV & V Sem B.E: 11th June to 4th July. VTU Vva Voce of VI Sem B.E: 11th to 18th June.
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Attendance norms will be followed as per VTU. Students who get below 85% attendance are liable for detention. Staff members are required to monitor the attendance of the students and send attendance status report of the irregular students once in 15 days to the Principals Office & intimate the same to the parents. 3. Improvement Tests will be given by the respective departments for only to those students who have not got the average marks in the IA tests & will be conducted immediately after the 3rd IA test. 4. Sports actiVty after 3.30 p.m., cultural actiVties practice in forum actiVties periods and after the college hours only. 5. Final sessionals of Theory and Lab will be displayed in the respective departments on 19.05.2012. Students are required to go through the same, if they find any discrepancies the same may be informed to the concerned HOD for necessary correction immediately. 6. All the Students have to wear ID cards compulsorily. The Students are not allowed to use Mobiles inside the campus. Copy to: The HODs of E&C/EEE/ME/CSE/ISE/Phy/Chem/Maths/MBA & HR/Office/Exam/Sports/Library/Accounts/Admin/Director
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V SEMESTER Subject Code: 06ME51 No. of Lecture Hrs. / Week: 04 Total No. of Lecture Hrs: 52 PART - A

DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I IA Marks: 25 Exam Hours: 03 Exam Marks: 100

UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION: Definitions: Normal, Shear, Biaxial and Tri Axial Stresses, Stress Tensor, Principal Stresses. Engineering Materials and their Mechanical properties, Stress-Strain diagrams, Stress Analysis, Design, considerations: Codes and Standards. 5 Hours UNIT - 2 DESIGN FOR STATIC & IMPACT STRENGTH: Static Strength: Static loads and Factor of Safety, Theories of failure. Maximum Normal Stress Theory, Maximum Shear Stress Theory, Distortion Energy Theory; Failure of Brittle Materials, Failure of Ductile Materials. Stress Concentration, Determination of Stress Concentration Factor. Impact Strength:Introduction, Impact Stresses due to Axial, Bending and Torsional loads, Effect of Inertia. 7 Hours UNIT - 3 DESIGN FOR FATIGUE STRENGTH: Introduction- S-N Diagram, Low Cycle Fatigue, High Cycle Fatigue, Endurance Limit, Endurance Limit. Modifying Factors: Size effect, Surface effect, Stress Concentration effects. Fluctuating Stresses, Goodman and Soderberg relationship; Stresses due to Combined Loading, Cumulative Fatigue Damage. 8 Hours UNIT - 4 THREADED FASTENERS: Stresses in Threaded Fasteners, Effect of Initial Tension, Design of Threaded Fasteners under Static, Dynamic and Impact loads, Design of Eccentrically loaded Bolted Joints. 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 DESIGN OF SHAFTS: Torsion of Shafts, Design for strength and Rigidity, with Steady loading, ASME & BIS codes for Power Transmission shafting, Shafts under Fluctuating loads and Combined loads. 7 Hours UNIT - 6
COTTER JOINT AND KNUCKLE JOINTS, KEYS AND COUPLINGS :

Design of Cotter and Knuckle Joints, Keys: Types of keys, Design of Keys, and Design of Splines. Couplings: Rigid and Flexible Couplings: Flange Coupling, Bush and Pin type Coupling and Oldhams Coupling. 7 Hours UNIT - 7 RIVETED AND WELDED JOINTS: Types, Rivet Materials, Failures of Riveted Joints, Joint Efficiency, Boiler Joints, Tank and Structural Joints, Riveted Brackets. Welded Joints Types, Strength of Butt and Fillet welds, Eccentrically loaded Welded Joints. 7 Hours UNIT - 8 POWER SCREWS: Mechanics of Power Screw, Stresses in Power Screws, Efficiency and Self-locking, Design of Power Screw, Design of Screw Jack: (Complete Design). 5 Hours DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS: 1. Design Data Hand Book K. Lingaiah, McGraw Hill, 2nd Ed. 2003. 2. Design Data Hand Book K. Mahadevan and Balaveera Reddy, CBS Publication 3. Machine Design Data Hand Book H.G. Patil, Shri Shashi Prakashan, Belgaum. 4. PSG Design Data Handbook PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanical Engineering Design: Joseph E Shigley and Charles R. Mischke. McGraw Hill International edition, 6th Edition 2003. 2. Design of Machine Elements: V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill, Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2nd Edition 2007. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Machine Design: Robert L. Norton, Pearson Education Asia, 2001. 2. Design of Machine Elements: M. F. Spotts, T. E. Shoup, L. E., Hornberger, S. R. Jayram and C. V. Venkatesh, Pearson Education,

2006. 3. Machine Design: Hall, Holowenko, Laughlin (Schaums Outlines series) Adapted by S.K. Somani, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, Special Indian Edition, 2008. 4. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design: Robert C. JuVnall and Kurt M Marshek, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 3rd Edition,2007.