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# JAIN University Regulations, Scheme & Syllabi

## School of Engineering &

Technology
Global Campus
Jakkasandra Post, Kanakapura Taluk, Ramanagara
District
Pin Code: 562 112

JAIN UNIVERSITY
D e c l a r e d a s D e e m e d - t o - b e U ni v e r s i t y u/ s 3 o f t h e U G C Ac t 1 9 5 6

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

JAIN UNIVERSITY
Estd u/s 3 of the UGC Act, 1956

## IV SEMESTER SUBJECT LIST

(DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

Sl. No.

## Name of the Subject

Sub. Code

Credit

LP-T

IV Semester 26 Credits
1

## Mathematics-4* (*-Common to all Branches of

Engineering)

MA41

31-0

Precision Engineering

ME42

30-1

Machine Drawing

ME43

30-1

Thermal Engineering - I

ME44

30-1

Dynamics of Machines

ME45

30-1

ME46

30-0

Machine Shop

MEL47

03-0

MEL48

03-0

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS IV
COURSE OUTLINE
(Common to ME/AS/CIVIL branches)
Subject Code: MA41
Credits: 4

Total No of Hrs : 48
Hours per week: 04

THEORY OF PROBABILITY
Basic terminology and definitions, Addition theorem, conditional probability, Bayes theorem,
Random variable and probability distribution, probability mass function, probability density
function, distribution function, Mathematical expectation, Chebyshevs theorem
Discrete: Uniform, Binomial, Geometric, Hyper geometric, Multinomial, Poisson,
Continuous: Uniform, Normal, Normal approximation to Binomial, Exponential , Poisson
process, Gamma and Beta, Weibull distribution, Joint probability distributions, Markov chains
STATISTICS
Measures of central tendency, Measures of dispersion, Moments, skew ness and Kurtosis
Correlation and Regression, Curve fitting by method of least squares
SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS, ESTIMATION AND TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS
Sampling

distribution

of

means,

students

t-

distribution,

sampling

distribution

of

## proportions,Chi-square distribution, F- distribution

Point and interval estimation, Testing of hypothesis, ANOVA, Goodness of fit
REFERENCES:
1. Johnson Richard. A. and C.B. Gupta, Miller & Freunds, Probability and Statistics for
Engineers, 7th Edition, Pearson, 2006.
2.

S M Ross, Introductory Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, 2nd
Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2000.

3. K.S. Trivedi, Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Prentice-hall Of India Pvt Ltd,
2002.

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

PRECISION ENGINEERING
COURSE OUTLINE
Subject Code: ME42
Credits: 4

Total No of Hrs : 48
Hours per week: 04

## INTRODUCTION: Definition & objectives, general introduction to standards & standards of

measurement, selection of measuring instruments, concept of accuracy, resolution, flatness,
straightness, precision, Measurements steel rule, calipers-types, surface plates- types of
surface plates, , micrometers- types, need and function of inspection.
GAUGES, FITS, LIMITS, TOLERANCES & ERRORS: Gauges-types, types & uses,
definition, types & importance,

Fits-

## Limits- Definition, need, types & importance, Tolerances-

Definition, need, types & importance, Different standards for fits, limits & tolerances, ErrorsDefinition, sources of errors, types of errors
COMPARATORS: Introduction, characteristics, uses, advantages & disadvantages of various
types of comparators, applications ( Mechanical, Mechanical optical, Electrical & Electronic,
Pneumatic comparators) sine bar- use of sine bar, sine centre, clinometers
LIGHT WAVE INTERFERENCE: Introduction, Interferometers- Introduction, principle of
interferometry, autocollimator, scales & gratings, screw threads- terminologies, Measurement
of major & minor diameter, pitch, effective diameter
makers

microscope- introduction,

gears-

## by 2 wire & 3 wire methods, tool

terminologies,

types

of

gears,

gear

tooth

micrometer, uses of gear tooth micrometer, sources of errors in manufacturing gears, vernier
caliper LVDT- introduction, description, uses
INTRODUCTION TO MEASURING MACHINES: Introduction, length bar measuring
machine, universal measuring machine, engineering microscopes, electronic inspection &
measuring machines, uses and applications of all the measuring machines
QUALTIY CONTROL & ASSURANCE: Introduction to quality characteristics, quality control
concepts, steps to quality improvement, introduction to quality assurance, importance of
quality control & assurance
REFERENCES:
1. R.K.Jain, Engineering Metrology, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 20th Edition, 2007
2. I.C.Gupta, Text Book of Engineering Metrology, 5th Edition, Dhanpat Rai Publications,
New Delhi, 2007.
3. Alan S Morris, Measurement and Instrumentation Principles, 3rd Edition, ButterworthHeinemann, 2001

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

MACHINE DRAWING
COURSE OUTLINE
(Common to ME/AS Branches)
Subject Code: ME43
Credits: 4

Total No of Hrs : 48
Hours per week: 04

Drawing Standards: Code of Practice for Engineering Drawing, Need for drawing
conventions introduction to IS conventions BIS specifications - Welding symbols, riveted
joints, Cotters, keys, fasteners - Reference to hand book for the selection of standard
components - bolts, nuts, screws, keys materials gears, webs, ribs
Methods of dimensioning, general rules for sizes and placement of dimensions for holes,
centers, curved and tapered features.Title boxes, their size, location and details - common
abbreviations & their liberal usage-review
Fits and Tolerances: Fits and tolerance - allocation of fits for various mating parts tolerance data sheet - tolerance table preparation - Geometric tolerance.
Sectional Views: Introduction, Cutting-plane line, Types of sectional views, Sectioning
conventions, Hatching or section lines, Conventions of section lines, Sections of prisms,
pyramids and solids of revolution, Problems (Drawings to be drawn by conventional method
on drawing sheet)
Conversion of Pictorial views into orthographic views: Introduction, Orthographic
projection, Procedure for preparing a scale-drawing. Conversion of 3-D of machine
components to 2-D (Drawings to be drawn by conventional methods on drawing sheet
Interpenetration of solids; prism to prism, cylinder to cylinder, prism to cylinder. Problems
(Drawings to be drawn by conventional methods on drawing sheet)
Rivets and riveted joints: Introduction of shapes of rivet heads. Caulking and Fullering
pitch, Diagonal pitch, Margin, Back pitch, etc. Types of riveting: lap and butt joint, zigzag and
chain structure, Boiler joint. (Drawings to be drawn by conventional methods on drawing
sheet)
Screw Threads: Introduction, Definitions, Forms of screw threads, Triangular or V threads,
Square thread, Conventional representation, Multiplestart threads, Right-hand and left-hand
threads.
Screwed Fastenings: Introduction, Types of nuts, Types of nuts for special purpose,
Washers, Types of bolts, Forms of bolts, Methods of preventing rotation of a bolt while
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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

screwing a nut on or off it, Set-screws, Locking arrangements for nuts, Foundation bolts,
Spanner.
Shaft Couplings, Clutches and Brakes : Introduction, Fast or rigid couplings, Flanged
coupling, Flexible couplings, Loose or disengaging couplings or clutches, Brakes (Note:
Simple assemblies Drawings to be drawn by conventional methods on drawing sheetphysical models to be displayed with and without sections.)
Bearings: Journal, pivot and collar and foot step bearings. (Note: Simple assemblies
Drawings to be drawn with the use of 2-D drafting environment on desk top - physical
models to be displayed with and without sections.)
Spur Gearing: Introduction, Spur gear definitions, Pitch, Rack and pinion, Cycloidal tooth
profile.( Drawings to be drawn with the use of 2-D drafting environment on desk top)
Assembly Drawings: a) Machine parts - Screws jack, Machine Vice, Plummer block,
Tailstock, Tool head of a shaping machine b) Valves: Steam stop valve c) Pumps: Centrifugal
pump assembly, gear pump d) Automotive assemblies: Petrol Engine connecting rod, piston
assembly, Fuel injector, Automobile Gear Box, Clutch Assembly (Note: At least 2 assembly
drawings to be done conventionally, Others to be done by 3-Dmodelling,Print outs consisting
of 3-D assembled view and sectional view of the assembly compulsory)
Study of industrial drawings: (At least two drawings)
Detail Drawing: Preparation of parts details given assembled views - screw jack
connecting rod ends etc.
Actual Measurement of Dimensions and Drawing Practice: The students must be made
to disassemble machines and take actual dimensions and prepare parts drawings, assembly
drawings, exploded views and isometric views as record work.
REFERENCES:
1. N.D. Bhatt, Machine Drawing, 43rd Edition, Charotar Publishing House Anand, 2008.
2. K R Gopalakrishna, Machine Drawing, 19th Edition, 1984, Subhash Publications, Bangalore
3. K.L Narayan, P. Kannaiah and K. Venkata Reddy, Machine Drawing, 2nd Edition. New Age
International, New Delhi, 1999.

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

THERMAL ENGINEERING - I
COURSE OUTLINE
Subject Code: ME44
Credits: 4

Total No of Hrs : 48
Hours per week: 04

## Introduction - Scope of Thermal Engineering - Development of Thermal Engineering - Units

of

measurements

Basic

concept

Zeroth

Law

Thermodynamic

equilibrium

-Thermodynamic properties - intrinsic and extrinsic - System - Review of Open closed and
isolated systems, State, Heat and Work - Work Examples of Different types - Different
thermodynamic processes Cycles
Specific heat - First law of thermodynamics - Internal Energy - Control Volume - General
Description - Steady Flow - Some Devices Nozzles, Diffusers, Throttling devices, Mixing,
Turbines and Compressors Enthalpy - Perpetual Motion Machines
Introduction to Second Law of Thermodynamics - Heat Engines Statement - Heat Pump Alternative Statement - Equivalence of Statements - Perpetual Motion Machines - Carnot
Cycle - Temperature Scale - Carnot Heat Engine - Quality of Heat - Numerical Examples
Introduction

to

Fundamentals

of

Fluid

Machinery

pumps

and

turbines.

Introduction to Entropy - Clausius Inequality - Statistical Definition Interpretation Principle of increase of Entropy - Property diagrams - T-S diagram - Change of Entropy
Pure substances, Solids, Liquids and Gases - Adiabatic efficiency
Introduction to Availability Availability - Availability transfer - Second Law Efficiency Second Law analysis Different processes
REFERENCES:
1. E Rathakrishnan, Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics, Prentice Hall of
India Private Ltd, 2nd Edition, 2005.
2. Yunus A.Cenegal Michel A.Boles, Thermodynamics - An Engineering Approach,

4th

## Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, Delhi, 2003

3. Richard E. Sonntag, Claus Borgnakke, Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics,
2nd Edition, John Wiley, 2006

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
COURSE OUTLINE
(Common to ME and AS branches)
Subject Code: ME45
Credits: 4

Total No of Hrs : 48
Hours per week: 04

STATIC FORCE ANALYSIS: Introduction to Static Force Analysis, Free body diagram, Two
and Three force members, Effect of Frictional force, Applications of static force analysis.
(Case Studies and Problems). Principle of Virtual work and Force analysis
DYNAMIC FORCE ANALYSIS: Introduction to Dynamic Force Analysis. DAlemberts
Principle and effect of inertia force in links. Analysis of four bar mechanism and Slider Crank
mechanism. Inertia force in Reciprocating Engines.
FLYWHEELS: Dynamic analysis of Flywheels. Turning Moment Diagram of single and
multicylinder engines. Fluctuation of energy and fluctuation of Speed. Applications. Problems
which includes the determination of weight and size of flywheel.
BELT DRIVES: Types of belt drives. Length of the flat belt for open and cross belt drives.
Ratio of belt tensions for flat and V-belts. Effect of Centrifugal Tension. Power transmitted by
belt drives.
BALANCING OF REVOLVING MASSES: Static and Dynamic balancing. Balancing of single
revolving mass. Balancing of several revolving masses in single planes. Balancing of masses
in different planes.
BALANCING OF RECIPROCATING MASSES: Concept of Primary and Secondary forces of
due to reciprocating masses. Partial balancing of reciprocating masses of single cylinder
engine. Balancing of reciprocating masses in Multi cylinder engine. Unbalanced forces in Vengines. Balancing of Radial engines by direct and reverse crank method.
GYROSCOPE: Gyroscopic Couple, Effect of Gyroscopic Couple on two wheeler, four wheeler,
Aero plane, Ships and Plane rotating discs.
ANALYSIS OF CAMS: Analysis of Tangent Cam with roller follower and circular arc cam
operating flat faced and roller followers, Under cutting in Cams.
GOVERNORS: Types of Steam engine Governors. (No Force Analysis)
CLASS ROOM ACTIVITY:
-Demonstration of function of a Flywheel.
- Demonstration of different types of belt drives.
- Demonstration of balancing of vehicle tyres and motors.
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## - Demonstration of Positioning balancing masses in Reciprocating engine.

- Building the Gyroscope and demonstrating the principle.
- Demonstration of different types of function of CAMS.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. S.S. Rattan, Theory of Machines, 2nd Edition, Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi, 2005.
2. Shigley, Joesph. E and Uicker, J.J, Pennock, Gordon R, Theory of Machines and
Mechanisms,3rd Edition, Oxford University press, New York, 2003
3. Sadhu Singh, Theory of Machines 2nd Edition, Pearson Education, Delhi, 2006

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## DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I

COURSE OUTLINE
Subject Code: ME46

Total

No

of

Hrs:

Credit: 5

## Hours per week: 4

48

INTRODUCTION: Definitions: Normal, Shear, Biaxial and Tri axial Stresses, stress tensor,
Principal Stresses and principal strain, Mohrs Circle diagram, Engineering Materials and their
properties, Stress-strain diagrams. Definition: Design, Machine Design, Classification of
engineering design, Design Procedure, BIS System of designation of steels. Codes and
Standard, Stress Analysis.
DESIGN FOR STATIC STRENGTH: Static Strength: Static loads, Modes of failures, Factor of
safety, Problems on stress-strain relationship, Theories of failures, Maximum Normal Stress
Theory, Maximum Strain Theory, Maximum Shear Stress Theory, Distortion Energy Theory;
Failure

of

Brittle

Materials

and

Failure

of

Ductile

Materials.

Stress

Concentration,

## Determination of Stress Concentration. Resilience, Resilience in Tension and Compression,

Resilience in bending, Resilience in Shear, Torsion.
IMPACT STRENGTH: Introduction, Impact Stresses due to Axial, Bending and Torsional
Loads, Effect of Inertia.
DESIGN FOR FATIGUE STRENGTH: Introduction - S-N Diagram, Low Cycle Fatigue, High
Cycle Fatigue, Notch Sensitivity, Endurance Limit, Endurance Limit- Approximate estimation,
Modifying factors: Size effect, Surface effect, Stress Concentration effects. Fluctuating
Stresses, Goodman and Soderberg relationship; Stresses due to Combined Loading,
Cumulative Fatigue Damage.
DESIGN OF SHAFTS: Introduction, Torsion of Shafts, Design for strength and Rigidity with
Steady loading, ASME and BIS codes for Power Transmission shafting, Shafts under
Fluctuating loads and Combined loads.
COTTER JOINT AND KNUCKLE JOINTS, KEYS AND COUPLINGS: Design of cotter and
knuckle Joints; Types of Keys, Design of Keys and Design of Spl9ines. Couplings: Rigid and
Flexible Couplings: Flange Coupling, Bush and pin type Coupling, Oldhams Coupling, Gear
type Flexible Coupling, Roller or Silent Chain Coupling.
RIVETED AND WELDED JOINTS: Introduction, Types, Rivet Materials, Failures of Riveted
Joints, Joint Efficiency, Boiler Joints and Structural Joints, Riveted Brackets. Welded Joints
Types, Strength of Butt and Fillet welds, Eccentrically loaded Welded Joints.

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## THREADED FASTENERS: Introduction. Stresses in Threaded Fasteners, Effect of Initial

Tension, Design of Threaded Fasteners under Static, Dynamic and Impact loads, Design of
Eccentrically loaded Bolted Joints.
POWER SCREWS: Mechanics of Power Screw, Stresses in Power Screws, Efficiency and Selflocking, Design of Power Screw, Design of Screw Jack (Complete Design)
DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS:
1. Design Data Hand Book K.Lingaiah, McGraw Hill
2. Design Data Hand Book K.Mahadevan and Balaveera Reddy, CBS Pbl.,
3. Machine Design Data Hand Book H.G.Patil, Shashiprakashan, Belgaum
4. P.S.G Design Data Hand Book PSG college of Tech, Coimbature
TEXT BOOKS:
1. Mechanical Engg Design by Joseph E Shiegley and Charles R.Mischke.

McGraw Hill

## International edition, 6th edition, 2003

2. Design of Machine Elements by V.Bhandari Tata McGraw Hill publishing company Ltd,
New Delhi, 2nd edition, 2007
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Machine Design by Robert L.Norton, Pearson Edn Asia, 2001
2. Machine Design by Hall, Holowenko, Laughlin (Schaums outlines series) Adapted by
S.K.Somani, Tata McGraw Hill publ.Co.Ltd Special Indian Edn.,2008
3. Machine Design: A CAD approach:Andrew D Dimarogonas, John Wiley sons, Inc,2001

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## B.E (Mechanical Engineering). 2009-10

MACHINE SHOP
COURSE OUTLINE
(Common to ME and AS branches)
Subject Code: MEL47
Credit: 1

Total No of Hrs : 42
Hours per week: 03

## Exercise 1: Preparation of models by evaluating the machining time of

a) Turning- Plain, step, taper, Facing c) Chamfering d) Knurling e) Thread cutting
Exercise 2: Preparation of models by a) Drilling b) Reaming c) Boring d) Internal thread cutting
Exercise 3: Cutting of V groove/ Dovetail/ Rectangular using Shaping machine
Exercise 4: Cutting of Gear teeth using Milling machine

REFERENCES:
1.

Frank Marlow P E, Machine Shop Essentials, 2nd Edition, Metal Art Press, 2008.

2.

Rex Miller and Mark Richard Miller, Audel Machine Shop Basics, 5th Edition,

Audel,

2004
3.

## James A. Harvey, Machine Shop Trade Secrets: A Guide To Manufacturing Machine

Shop Practices, Industrial Press, 2005

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## PRECISION ENGINEERING LAB

COURSE OUTLINE
(Common to ME and AS branches)
Subject Code: MEL48
Credit: 1

Total No of Hrs: 42
Hours per week: 03

## Exercise 1: To calibrate LVDT & measure displacement using LVDT

Exercise 2: To measure pressure using Bourdon pressure gauge
Exercise 3: To measure temperature using Thermo couple
Exercise 4: Determining the accuracy of Electrical & Optical comparator
Exercise 5: Measurements using optical projector/ Tool makers microscope
Exercise 6: Measurements of cutting tool forces using
a) Lathe tool dynamometer
b) Drill tool dynamometer
Exercise 7: Measurement of tool angles of single point cutting tool using Tool makers
microscope
Exercise 8: Calibration of Vernier caliper & micrometer using slip gauges

REFERENCES:

## 1. Connie L Dotson, Fundamentals of Dimensional Metrology, 5th Edition, Delmar

Cengage Learning, 2006
2. Nubuo Suga, Metrology Handbook - The Science of Measurement, 1st Edition, Mitutoyo
(UK) Ltd, UK 2007
3. I.C.Gupta, Text Book of Engineering Metrology, 5th Edition, Dhanpat Rai Publications,
New Delhi, 2007.

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