FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
&
COURSE OF CONTENTS
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
Semester I
SNo
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sub Code
1AMP01
1APP02
1MEP03
1COP04
TOTAL
Subject
Applied MathematicsI
Applied Physics
Engineering Drawing
Computer Programming
L
3
3
3
3
12
P
2
2
2
06
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Th CW SW Pr
100 50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
400 200 150 150
TOTAL
150
250
250
250
900
Semester II
SNo
1.
Sub Code
1AMP51
2.
1ACP52
3.
4
1MEP53
1EIP54
TOTAL
Subject
Applied MathematicsII
Chemistry &
Environment Science
Elements of Mech. Engg.
Basic Electrical Engg.
L
3
P

Maximum Marks
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CW
SW
Pr
100
50

100
50
50
50
250
3
3
12
2
2
06
100
100
400
50
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200
50
50
150
50
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150
250
250
900
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TOTAL
150
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
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CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
150
60
Course Objectives: To introduce the mathematical concepts of calculus for solving engineering problems that
shall be used in various branches of engineering.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Differential Calculus: Expansion of functions by Taylors and Maclaurins Theorem; Indeterminate forms;
Tangents and Normals.
Application: Curvature in Cartesian and Polar Coordinates; Asymptotes; Envelopes; Evolutes and Involutes.
UnitII
Integral Calculus: Integration of Irrational and Transcendental Functions; Reduction Formulae; Integral as the
limit of a Sum; Definite Integral and Properties.
Application: Area; Length of Curve; Volume; Surface of Revolution; Theorem of Pappus and Guldin.
UnitIII
Advanced Differential Calculus: Function of Several Variables; Partial Differentiation; Jacobians; Taylors
Series of Two Variables.
Application: Maxima and Minima of Function of Two and More Variables; Lagranges Method of
Undetermined Multipliers.
UnitIV
Advanced Integral Calculus: Multiple integrals: Double and Triple Integration; Change of Order of Integration.
Application: Area; Volume; Centre of Gravity; Moment of Inertia.
UnitV
Vector CalculusI: Differentiation of a Vector; Gradient; Divergence and Curl.
Vector CalculusII: Integration of a Vector Function; Gausss, Greens and Stokes Theorems.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED
[1] E Mendelson, G J Hademenos, F Ayres, Schaum's Easy Outline: Calculus, McGrawHill, 2000.
[2] R C Wrede, M Spiegel, Schaum's Outline of Advanced Calculus, 2/e, McGrawHill, 2002.
[3] B.S.Grewal, Engineering Mathematics, 39/e, Khanna Publishers, 2006.
[4] S S Sastry, Engineering Mathematics, Vol I & II, 3/e, Prentice Hall, 2004.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To introduce the fundamental concepts of physics that are useful in solving problems of
engineering especially for semiconductors, optics, electromagnetism and quantum mechanics.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
OpticsI: Interference of Light Waves: MethodsDivision of Wave front and Division of Amplitude, Youngs
double slit experiment, Thin film, Newtons Ring experiment; Diffraction of Light Waves: Fresnels &
Fraunhoffer diffraction, Zone plate, Single slit experiment, Diffraction at Circular aperture, Plane
transmission Grating.
UnitII
OpticsII: Polarization of Light Waves, Double refraction, Nicol Prism, Half Wave & Quarter Wave plates,
Circularly & elliptically polarized light, Polarimeter; LASER: Stimulated & spontaneous emission, Population
Inversion, Optical Resonator, Einsteins coefficients, HeNe Laser, Ruby Laser, Semiconductor Laser; Optical
Fiber: types of Fibers, Acceptance angle, Numerical aperture, VNumber, Propagation of Light through Fibers,
Applications.
UnitIII
Crystal Structure and Semiconductors: Seven crystal systems, Bravais Lattice, Symmetry & properties of
Simple crystal structure, Millers Indices; Semiconductors: Band theory of Semiconductors, Intrinsic &
extrinsic semiconductors, Fermi level , pn junction diode, LED, Zener diode, npn & pnp Transistors .
UnitIV
Electromagnetism: Continuity equation for Charge & Current, Inconsistency of Amperes law for time varying
field, Concept of Displacement current, Maxwells equations; Wave equations for E & H, Propagation of one
dimensional electromagnetic waves in dielectric medium, Energy density in electromagnetic field, Poynting
Vector.
UnitV
Quantum Physics: Planks law, Comptons effect, Concept of Matter Waves, Devison & Germers experiment,
Phase velocity & Group velocity, Heisenbergs Uncertainty Principle; Schrodingers Wave Equation,
Interpretation of Wave function , Time dependent & Time Independent equations, Schrodingers Wave
equation for a free particle in a box.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] R Feyaman, Feyaman Lectures on Physics, 2/e, Narosa Publication, 1998
[2] D Halliday and R Resnick, Physics VolII, Wiley Eastern, 1993
[3] H White, Modern Physics: Van Nostrand; 15/ e
[4] D P Khandelwal, Optics and Atomic Physics.
[5] R K Gaur & S L Gupta, Engineering Physics, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, 2006
[6] A S Vasudev, Modern Engineering Physics, 4/e, S.Chand & Co, 2007
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To understand the concepts of imagining, envisioning and visualizing the objects & machine
parts and drawing them with the instruments & tools.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Basics: Introduction; Need of Engineering Drawing for Engineers, Introduction & Classification of Engineering
Drawings, Drawing Instruments and their uses, Indian Standards for Drawing; Geometrical Construction: Basic
Geometrical Constructions, Terms used in Geometrical Constructions; Conventions: Lines, Materials, Common
Features, Various Machine Parts; Technical Lettering: Drawing Sheet Layout, Dimensioning.
Engineering Scales: Introduction Engineering Scales, Graphical scale, Representative Fraction, Types of scales
Plain, Diagonal, Comparative, Vernier and Scale of Chords.
Engineering Curves: Loci of Points Locus as circle, Straight lines, and Perpendicular bisector; Conic Section:
Ellipse, Parabola, Hyperbola; Cycloid Curves: Cycloid, Epicycloids, Hypocycloid; Involutes Curves: Involutes of
Circle and Polygons; Spirals Curves Archimedeans, Logarithmic or Equiangular: Normal and Tangent to above
curves.
Unit II
Planes: Projection of Points & Straight Lines.
Projection of Planes.
UnitIII
Projections: Orthographic Projections: First & Third Angle Projections, Conventions used Orthographic Projection
of Simple Solids, Conversion of 3D View to Orthographic Views; Isometric Projection Simple Solids, Isometric
view, Conversion of Orthographic to Isometric View; Introduction to Oblique Projection and Perspective
Projections.
Practice of Computer Aided Drawings using AutoCAD.
UnitIV
Solids: Projection of Solids.
Section of Solids & Development of Surfaces.
UnitV
Machine parts: Interpenetration of Solids.
Cone, Cylinder, Prism & Pyramids; Freehand Sketching of Machine Parts Simple Nuts and Bolts, Keys, Cotters,
Pins, Screw Threads, Riveted joints, Welded joints, Assembly of Simple Machine Parts.
NOTE: Drawing Sheets (10 Approximately) as above, Sketch Book & AutoCAD Drawings containing problems
based on above shall be maintained and submitted at the time of practical examination.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]
P S Gill, Engineering Drawing, 12/e, S. K. Kataria & Sons, Reprint2007.
[2]
N D Bhatt, Engineering Drawing, 47/e, Charoter Publishing House, Reprint2007.
[3]
P S Gill, Machine Drawing, 17/e, S. K. Kataria & Sons, Reprint2007.
[4]
N D Bhatt, Machine Drawing, 24/e, Charoter Publishing House, Reprint2007.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To understand the concepts of problem solving on computers and to learn the
programming concepts & practices that are useful in engineering domain.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Introduction: Block Diagram of Computer; ProblemSolving Basics; Algorithms; Flowcharts; Classification of
Programming Languages.
UnitII
C++ Programming: Data Representation Fundamental Types, Variables & Constants; Expressions Numeric,
Assignments; Input/Output; Control Structures Repetition Statements, Selective Statements; Programming
with Libraries.
UnitIII
Arrays Functions And Pointers: Single and Multidimensional Array Declaration and Usage, FunctionDeclaration & Usage; Parameter Passing and Scope Rules; Pointer Declaration and Usage; File Handling in
C++.
UnitIV
Classes And Objects: Declaration, Constructor and Destructor; Access Functions; Structures,; Pointers to
Objects; String Handling using Classes.
UnitV
Advance C++ Features: Operator Overloading; Inheritance; Polymorphism.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] H Schildt, The Complete Reference, 4/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2006.
[2] BJarne Stroustrup, The C++ Programming Language, 3/e Addision Wesely, 2000.
[3] Ravichandran, Programming with C++, 2/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2007
[4] G Droomey G, How to Solve it by Computer, 1/e, Prentice Halll, 2001.
[5] D Gries, Programming Methodology, Springer Verlog, 1978.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
150
60
Course Objectives: To introduce the mathematical concepts of Matrix Algebra, Probability, and Differential
Equation for solving engineering problems that shall be used in various branches of engineering.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Matrix Algebra: Review of Matrices; Elementary Operations on Rows and Columns; Matrix Inversion by
Partitioning and Crouts Method; Normal Form; Linear Dependence.
Applications: Rank; Application of Rank Theory in Solving System of Linear Equations; Linear
Transformation; Orthogonal, Unitary and Hermitian Matrices; Characteristic Equation; Eigen Values and
EigenVectors; CaleyHamilton Theorem; Quadratic and Linear forms.
UnitII
Probability: Review of Probability; Additive and Multiplicative Laws; Conditional Probability, Bayes
Theorem.
Statistics: Binomial, Poisson and Normal Probability Distributions, Method of Least Squares and Curve
Fitting.
UnitIII
First Order Ordinary Differential Equation: Differential Equations of First Order and First Degree; Exact
Differential Equation; Equations Solvable for X and Y; Clairauts Form.
Higher Order Ordinary Differential Equation: Linear Differential Equations with Constant & Variable
Coefficients; Simultaneous Differential Equations; Application to Simple Problems.
UnitIV
First Order Partial Differential Equations: Formation of Partial Differential Equations; Partial Differential
Equations of First Order and First Degree i.e. Pp +Qq=R.
Higher Order Partial Differential Equations: Linear Homogenous Partial Differential Equations of nth Order
with Constant Coefficients; Method of Separation of Variables & Their Simple Applications.
UnitV
Fourier series: Periodic functions, Dirichlet conditions, Expansion of function in Fourier series.
Half Range Fourier series: Half range sine and cosine series, Change of interval.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] G Paria, Matrix and Tensors, 2/e, Scholar Publication, 2004.
[2] Matrix Operations, Schaums Outlines
[3] Probability & Statistics, 2/e, Schaums Outlines, 2004
[4] Differential Equations, Schaums Outlines, 2/e, TMH, 2005.
[5] Partial Differential Equations, Schaums Outlines
[6] Fourier Analyssi, Schaums outlines, 1/e, TMH, 2005
[7] G Paria, Ordinary Differential Equations with Laplace Transform, 3/e, Scholar Publications, 1998
[8] G Paria, Partial Differential Equations and Complex Variable, 2/e, Scholar Publications, 1998
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To understand and learn the concepts of engineering chemistry along with the need and
requirements of environment and to become aware of the changing environment.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Water: Sources; Impurities; Hardness Its Expression & Determination; Boiler Troubles & Their Causes;
Industrial Water Requirement; Treatment of Water for Industrial Purpose; DeIonization of Water; Alkalinity
in Water; Numerical Problems on Water Analysis & Water Softening Processes.
UnitII
Engineering Materials: Introduction, Classification & Requirement of Engineering Materials.
Polymers: Chemistry of Polymer Materials & Their Diversification; Types of Polymerization & their Brief
Account; Examples of Polymers; Cement, Glass And Refractory: Different Types; Composition; Properties &
Uses.
UnitIII
Lubricants: Introduction; Types of Lubricants & Principle of Lubrication, Properties & Tests of Lubricants;
Greases; Graphite; Cooling Liquids & Cutting Fluid.
UnitIV
Instrumental Techniques In Chemical Analysis: Introduction; Infrared; Ultraviolet; Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance Spectrophotometry; Calorimetry; Lamberts & Beers Law, Chromatography.
UnitV
Environmental Science: Components of Environment & Their Interactions; Natural Resources; Ecosystem;
Impacts of Development of Environment; Environment Protection Act; Concept of ISO 14000; Pollution & Its
Types; Description of Air, Water; Land & Noise Pollution; Chemical Toxicology & Its Effects; Control
Measures; Global Warming; Depletion of Ozone Layer; Acid Rains, Eutrophication; Pollution Case Studies.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] P C Jain & Monica Jain, Engineering Chemistry, 16/e, Dhanpat Rai Publications, 2007.
[2] J C Kuriacose & J Rajaram, Engineering Chemistry, Tata McGrawHillCo, New Delhi, 2004.
[3] B Joseph, Environmental Studies: Core Engineering Series, Tata McGraw Hill,
[4] A K De, Environmental Chemistry, 2/e, New Age International, 2005.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Marks
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To understand and learn the basic aspects of mechanical engineering in terms of thermal
engineering (steam and hot air) and production engineering (metal casting, welding and machine elements)
that are essentials in all engineering streams.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics: Properties and processes, Heat and work, Zeroth law of thermodynamics;
Enthalpy and internal energy of gases, First law applied to flow processes, Simple analysis of first law applied
to a closed and open systems.
UnitII
Properties of Steam: Properties, Wet, Dry and Super heated steam; Enthalpy and Internal energy of steam,
Critical point and Triple point, Property table, Measurement of Dryness fraction of steam.
UnitIII
Gas Power Cycle: Air standard cycles: Otto cycle, Diesel cycle and Dual cycle; Calculation of efficiency and
state points for the cycles; Deviation from theoretical cycles; Effects of variable specific heat and dissociation.
UnitIV
Metal Casting: Introduction, Advantages, Limitation and applications of metal casting, Pattern making,
moulding materials and moulding processes, Cores, Elements of gating, Systems, Melting and pouring of
metals, Solidification and cooling of castings; casting processes: Sand casting, Expandable mould casting and
Permanent mould casting, Casting cleaning and finishing, Casting defects.
UnitV
Welding and Machining: Fundamentals of welding weld ability, Types of welded joints, Classification and
overview of welding process, Arc welding processes, Oxy Acetylene gas welding processes, Resistance and
solid state welding processes, Weld quality and safety, Barging & soldering; Fundamental of metal
machining, introduction of turning and related operations, Drilling and hole machining, Milling and shaping,
Construction features of lathe, Radial drilling machine & shaper , Cutting tools type and materials.
BOOKS REOMMENDED:
[1] P K Nag, Engineering Thermodynamics, 3/e, Tata McGrawHill, 2005.
[2] R K Rajput, Thermal Engineering,, 2/e, S.K.Kataria & Sons, 2006.
[3] Hajra & Chaudhary, Work Shop Technology, Vol. 1 & 2, 13/e, Media Promoters & Pub, 2004.
[4] P N Rao, Manufacturing Technology, Tata McGraw Hill, 2006.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BE I Year PTDC
Max
Min
TH
CW
SW
PR
Total
100
35
50
25
50
25
50
25
250
110
Course Objectives: To understand the concepts and practical ideas of AC/DC circuits, Electromagnetic
Circuits, Transformers and Electric Machines those are basic to all the engineering streams.
Prerequisite(s): nil
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UnitI
AC circuits: Generation of EMF, Phasor Quantities, RMS, Average, Form Factor, Peak Factor Etc, Phasor
Diagrams; Single Phase AC Circuits: R, L, C And Combinations, Resonance, QFactor, Bandwidth; Three
Phase AC Circuits: Generation, EMF, Phase Sequence, Analysis of Star and Delta Connections, and Power
Measurement In Single Phase& Three Phase Circuit.
UnitII
Circuit analysis tools: Kirchoffs laws, Analysis of DC and AC circuits, Thevenins theorem, Nortons
theorem, Max power transfer theorem, Superposition theorem, and Source transformation .
UnitIII
Magnetic Circuits: Electromagnetism, Magnetic flux, Magnetic flux density, Intensity of magnetization, BH
curves, hysteresis and eddy current losses, Magnetic circuit calculations, laws of Electromagnetic induction,
Magnetic induction, Lifting power of an electromagnet.
UnitIV
Transformer: Construction, principle, ideal transformer, EMF equations, Analysis of transformer on no load
and load conditions, Equivalent resistance and reactance, voltage regulations, transformer losses Transformer
testing, transformer efficiency, Types of transformer, Cooling methods, Auto transformer.
UnitV
Rotating electric Machines: Construction, working principles, EMF equations, Characteristics, Torque
equations of DC machines (generators & motors), 3phase synchronous and induction motor, single phase
induction motor.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] V Del Toro, Electrical Engineering Fundamentals, 2/e, PHI, 2000.
[2] D P Kothari, I J Nagrath, Basic Electrical Engineering, 2/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2002 (Fifth Reprint
2003).
[3] A Sudhakar, Network Theory, 2/e, Tata McGraw Hill, 2004
[4] P S Bimbhara, Electrical Machinery, 7/e, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2006.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
&
COURSE OF CONTENTS
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
Semester I
SNo
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sub Code
2MEP101
2MEP102
2MEP103
2MEP104
TOTAL
Subject
Machine Design & Drawing
Strength of Material
Material Science
Manufacturing Process
L
3
3
3
3
12
P
2
2
2
06
Maximum Marks
Th CW SW Pr
100 50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
400 200 150 150
TOTAL
150
250
250
250
900
Maximum Marks
CW
SW
Pr
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
200
150
150
TOTAL
150
250
250
250
900
Semester II
SNo
1.
2.
3.
4
Sub Code
2MEP151
2MEP152
2MEP153
2MEP154
TOTAL
Subject
Applied Thermodynamics
Theory of Machine
Mechatronics.
Fluid Mechanics
L
3
3
3
3
12
P
2
2
2
06
Th
100
100
100
100
400
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
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Marks
CW SW
Max
100
50
150
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25
60
PR
Total
COURSE OF CONTENTS
UNIT1
1. Engineering Materials: General selection of materials.
2. Manufacturing Considerations in Design: Tolerances, Fits and Surface Roughness.
3. Design and Drawing of Machine parts subjected to Tensile, Compressive and Shear Stresses such as
Levers, Pins, Keys and Cotters.
UNIT2
1. Riveted Joints: Design and Drawing of Boilers, Structures and Eccentrically Loaded joints.
2. Welded Joints: Design and Drawings, Strength calculation for direct and eccentric loading.
UNIT3
1. Screwed Fastenings: Design of bolts, Eccentric loading and Turnbuckle.
2. Power Transmission Elements: Design of shafts and Couplings.
UNIT4
Machine Parts Drawings: Free Hand Sketches and fully dimensioned drawings of IC Engine PatsPiston, Piston
Rod, Connecting Rod, Crank Shaft and Flywheel using conventions and standard practices.
UNIT5
Boiler Mountings: Free Hand Sketches and fully dimensioned drawings of Stop Valve, Feed Check Valve,
Safety Valve and Blow off Cock using conventions and standard practices.
REOMMENDED BOOKS:
[1]. Abdulla Sharif, Design of Machine Elements, Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd, New Delhi, 1995
[2]. P. C. Sharma, D. K. Agrawal, Machine Design, S. K. Kataria & Sons, New Delhi, 2007
[3]. K. Mahadevan, K. Balaveera Reddy, Design Data Hand Book, CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi,
2007
[4]. P. S. Gill, Machine Drawing, S. K. Kataria & Sons, New Delhi 2007
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Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
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250
Min
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25
25
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110
BOOKS RECOMMENDED
[1] Warnock Ramamurtham, Strength of Materials,Dhanpat Rai Publications,1998
[2] Bansal R K, Strength of Materials,4/e,Laxmi Publications(P) Ltd,2007
[3] Popov Mechanics of Solids,2/e, Pearson Education (India),
[4] Timoshenko, Elements of Strength of Materials, 5/e,Wadsworth Publishing;1968
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COURSE OF CONTENTS
BOOKS RECOMMENDED
[1] Khanna, O.,P., Material Science and Metallurgy, Dhanpat Rai Publications,2005
[2] Nayak, S.,P., Engineering Metallurgy & Material Science, Charotara Publications,2000
[3]Narang., Material Science, Khanna Publisher2000
[4] Singh,I. P., Material Science and Engineering , Jain Brothers2003
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
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Performance of hardness test of ferrous materials using Rock Well hardness testing machine
Performance of magnetic particle crack detection to detect the cracks
Performance of impact test on a plastic test sample to detect impact strength of materials.
Study of construction and function of metallurgical microscope
Study of steps involved in sample preparation for observing the microstructure under metallurgical
microscope
Study of microstructures of ferrous metal alloys
Study of iron carbon diagram
Study the working of ultrasonic crack detector
Study of T.T.T. diagram and various heat treatment process
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Marks
CW SW
PR
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Max
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50
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250
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25
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110
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1. Study of geometry of single point cutting tools.
2. Study of geometry of milling cutters.
3. Study of geometry of double fluted twist drill.
4. Study of geometry of Taps and Reamer.
5. Study of constructional features of the Lathe and to machine a job as per given dimensions on it.
6. Study of constructional features of the Shaper and to machine a job as per given dimensions on it.
7. Study of constructional features of the Milling m/c and to machine a job as per given dimensions on it.
8. Study of constructional features of the CNC lathe.
9. Study of comparators.
10. Measurement and inspection of screw threads and cutting tools using a Tool Makers Microscope and
Profile Projector.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
Max
100
50
Min
35
25
PR
Total
150
60
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
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CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
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50
250
Min
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25
25
25
110
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1. Study of cam and follower and finding velocity and acceleration of follower
2. Study of slider crank mechanism
3. Study of diffrent kinematic pairs
4. Generation of involute teeth profile for diffrent gears
5. Performance of interference and undercutting of tooth (by ploting)
6. Study of gyroscopic effect using gyroscope
7. Reducing and enlarging drawings using pantograph
8. Study of Double Hooks joint
9. Study of Oldhams coupling
10. Verification of Grashofs law
11. Study of automobile steering gears
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
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Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
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50
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250
Min
35
25
25
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110
REOMMENDED BOOKS:
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
D. S Kumar, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering, S.K. Kataria & Sons, 2007
John F.Douglas,Fluid Mechanics,Pearson Education,2005.
Y.A. Centgel, Fluid Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
V. L Streeter and E. B. Wylie, Fluid Mechanics, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
C. White, Fundamentals of Fluid mechanics, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
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Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
&
COURSE OF CONTENTS
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
Semester V
SNo
1.
2.
3.
4.
Sub Code
3MEP101
3MEP102
3MEP103
3MEP104
TOTAL
Subject
Machine Design I
Dynamics of Machine
I.C.Engine & Gas Turbine
Heat Transfer
L
3
3
3
3
12
P
2
2
2
06
Maximum Marks
Th CW SW Pr
100 50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
100 50
50
50
400 200 150 150
TOTAL
150
250
250
250
900
Semester VI
SNo
1.
2.
3.
Sub Code
3MEP151
3MEP152
3MEP153
3MEP154
TOTAL
Subject
Machine Design II
Production Engineering
Fluid Machine
Energy Conversion
Systems
L
3
3
3
P
2
2
Maximum Marks
Th
CW
SW
Pr
100
50
100
50
50
50
100
50
50
50
100
50
50
50
250
12
06
400
200
150
150
900
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TOTAL
150
250
250
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
150
Min
35
25
60
Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the design of
mechanical components like spring, rotating elements, theory of failures etc. Advance methods of stress
analysis will also be covered in the subject. Pre requisites is Dynamics of Machine.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Theory of Failures & Applications:
Theories of failure, their applications to the design problems. Design of parts subjected to torsional and/ or
bending such as spiral, helical and leaf springs.
UNIT2
Pressure Vessels and Cover Plates:
Analysis of thick cylindrical and spherical shells, compound cylinders, joint for steam and hydraulic pipes,
parts of press fit and shrink fit, design consideration of pressure vessels and cover plates.
UNIT3
Rotating Rings and Disks:
Disk of uniform thickness and disk of uniform strength. Effect of drilled hole and extra mass, design of
flywheel and pulleys.
UNIT4
Design Analysis of Curved Machine Members:
Crane Hook, Chain link, open and closed links, M/c. Frames, Wall brackets, design and selection of hooks and
wire ropes.
UNIT5
Experimental Methods in Design:
Brief idea about experimental stress analysis techniques and their applications and limitation.
Note: Only Mechanical Engineers Handbook, Databooks and Certified notes are allowed in the examination
hall.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Shingley J.E., Mechanical Engineering Design, McGrawHill 2003.
[2]. Spotts M.F.,Shoup T.E., Hrnberger L.E., Design of Machine Elements, Pearson Education ,8e, 2006
[3]. Sharma P.C. & Aggarwal D.K., Machine Design,S.K.Kataria & Sons,11e, 2006
[4]. Shariff A.,Design of Machine Elements,Dhanpat Rai Publications(P) Ltd.,3e, 1995
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Max
100
50
Min
35
25
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
50
50
250
25
25
110
Objectives & Pre requisites: To Develop the Understanding of Dynamic Behavior Machine components. Pre
requisites are Theory of Machine.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Friction & Power Transmission Devices:
Introduction, classification and types of friction, laws of frictions and screw frictions, journal Bearings, thrust
bearings, pivot and collar bearings, ball and roller bearings, single & multiplate clutch, cone clutch, centrifugal
clutch, belt, rope and chain drives.
UNIT2
Brakes & Dynamometer:
Introduction, classification and types of brakes, shoe/block brake, band brake, band and block brake, internal
expanding shoe brake, disc brake.
Introduction, classification and types of dynamometers, propulsion and breaking of vehicles.
UNIT3
Analysis of Dynamic Forces:
Inertia force and inertia torque, D.Alemberts principle, gas forces, equivalent masses, piston efforts, crank shaft
torque, turning moment diagrams, fly wheels, fluctuation of energy and speed.
UNIT4
Governors:
Introduction, types and classifications, centrifugal governors, gravity controlled and spring controlled governors,
inertia governors, governor characteristics and effect of friction.
UNIT5
Balancing:
Balancing of Rotating Masses: Static and dynamic balancing, balancing a single cylinder engine, balancing
multicylinder engines
Balancing of Reciprocating Masses: Primary and secondary balancing, locomotive balancing, hammer blow,
pitching and swaying couples, conditions of balance in Vengine, radial engine and multicylinder in line engines.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED
[1]. Rattan S.S., Theory of Machines, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, Second Reprint
2005.
[2].Shigley J.E. and Uicker J.J., Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, McGraw Hill, Inc., 1995.
[3].Thomas Bevan, Theory of Machines, CBS Publishers and Distributors, 1984.
[4].Ghosh A. and Mallick A.K., Theory of Mechanisms and Machines, Affiliated EastWest Press Pvt.Ltd., New
Delhi, 1988.
[5]. Rao J.S. and Dukkipati R.V., Mechanism and Machine Theory, WileyEastern Limited, New Delhi, 1992.
[6]. John Hannah and Stephens R.C., Mechanics of Machines, Viva lowPriced Student Edition, 1999.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1. To determine the coefficient of friction between the surfaces of different materials by inclined plane method.
2. To determine coefficient of friction between leather belt and CI pulley by differential band brake method.
3. To determination the coefficient of friction between leather belt and wooden pulley by belt and pulley
apparatus.
4. To Study different types of bearings.
5. To Determine the pressure distribution in the oil film of the journal bearing for various speeds and
a) Plot the Cartesian and polar pressure curves for various speeds.
b) Determine the constants n and K in the summer field pressure function from the Cartesian pressure curves.
c) Plot the summer field pressure curve for each speed.
d) Compare the mean load, due to the mean upward pressure on the projected and developed areas of the bearing
with
the total applied load.
e) With the aid of the values of n and K determined as above for each speed, determine the total load on the
journal
and compare with total load on the bearing.
d) Determination of tract ional torque.
6. To study different types of clutches.
7. To study different types of brakes.
8. To study absorption types of dynamometer.
9. To study transmission types of dynamometers.
10. To determine the torque in shaft by epicyclical gear train and holding torque apparatus
11. To determine the moment of inertia of objects using trifler suspension method.
12. To determine the moment of inertia of connecting rod by compound pendulum method.
13. To determine characteristic curves of (i) sleeve position against controlling force and speed and (ii) radius of
rotation for Watt, Porter, Proell and Hartnell type governors.
14. To perform static balancing of given weights by balancing apparatus.
15. To perform dynamic balancing of given weights by balancing apparatus.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
Total
Objectives & Pre requisites: To develop the understanding of principal of working of Engines and Turbines.
Prerequisites are Applied Thermodynamics & Elements of Mechanical Engineering.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Introduction to I.C. Engine & Fuels
Engine classification, air standard cycles, Otto, diesel , stirling, ericsson cycles, actual cycle analysis, two and
four stroke engines, SI and CI engines, valve timing diagram, rotary engines, stratified charge engine.
Fuels: Fuels for SI and CI engine, important qualities of SI engine fuels, important qualities of CI engine fuels ,
dopes, additives, gaseous fuels , LPG, CNG, biogas , product gas , alternative fuels for IC engines.
UNIT2
SI Engine
Carburetion, mixture requirements, carburetor types, theory of carburetor, MPFI. Combustion in SI engine, flame
speed, ignition delay, abnormal combustion and its control, combustion chamber design for SI engines. Ignition
system requirements magneto and battery ignition systems, ignition timing and spark plug, electronic ignition.
.
UNIT3
CI Engine
Fuel injection in CI engines, requirements, types of injection systems, fuel pumps, fuel injectors, injection
timings. Combustion in CI engines, ignition delay, knock and its control, combustion chamber design of CI
engines. Scavenging in 2 stroke engines, pollution and its control.
UNIT4
Engine Cooling, Lubrication, Supercharging & Testing
Engine Cooling: Different cooling systems, radiators and cooling fans
Lubrication: Engine friction, lubrication principle, type of lubrication, lubrication oils, crankcase ventilation.
Supercharging: Effect of altitude on power output, Types of supercharging.
Testing and Performance: Performance parameters, basic measurement, testing of SI and CI engines.
UNIT5
Compressors, Gas Turbine & Jet Propulsion
Compressors: Classification, reciprocating compressors, single and multi stage, intercooling, volumetric
efficiencies. Rotary compressors, classification, centrifugal compressor , elementary theory, vector diagram
efficiencies , elementary analysis of axial compressors , surging and stalling , roots blower, waned compressor ,
performance analysis.
Gas Turbines: Introduction, Classification, Application, Gas turbine and its components, Gas turbine power
plants, Optimum pressure ratio for maximum specific and thermal efficiency in actual gas turbine cycle, Effect
of operating variables on thermal efficiency, Air rate and work ratio.
Jet Propulsion Turbo jet, Turbo Prop, Ram jet, Rocket engines thrust power, Propulsive efficiency and thermal
efficiency, Jet propulsion performance, Specifying thrust and specific fuel consumption in each case for turbo jet
and turbo propulsion units.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Mathur & Sharma, A Course in I.C. Engines, Dhanpat Rai Publications, 1996.
[2]. Ganeshan, Internal Combustion Engines, Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication, 1992.
[3]. Heywood J. B, Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals, Mc Graw Hill, 1988.
[4]. Sarvanamatto, Gas Turbines, H.I.H 1996.
[5]. Sarvanamatto, Cohen H, Rogers, Gas Turbine Theory, Longmans Green, 1996
[6]. Yahya S. M., Turbines, Compressors and Fans, Tata McGraw Hill Publications, New Delhi. 1996
[7]. Yadav R., Steam and Gas Turbines,
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1. Study of Fuel Injection Pump.
2. Study of Carburettor.
3. Study & performance of Four Stroke Four Cylinder S. I. Engine.
4. Study & performance of Four Stroke Four Cylinder C. I. Engine.
5. Study of Swinging Field Electrical Dynamometer with twin cylinder Four Stroke Diesel Engine.
6. Study of Water Brake Dynamometer with Four Stroke Four Cylinder S. I. Engine.
7. Study of Engine Cooling Systems.
8. Study of Engine Lubrication Systems.
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TH
CW
Max
100
50
Min
35
25
Marks
SW
PR
Total
50
50
250
25
25
110
Objective & Prerequisites: Basic understanding to know mode of Heat Transfer systems. Prerequisites are
Applied, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics & Calculus.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Conduction
General heat conduction equation in Cartesian coordinate, one dimensional steady state, conduction through
plane wall, cylinder and spheres. Composite walls cylinders and spheres. Critical thickness of insulation.
Effects of variable thermal conductivity on temperature distribution and heat flux.
UNIT2
Fins and Unsteady State Heat Conduction
General heat flow equation through fins. Heat transfer from fins of uniform cross section for different boundary
condition. Fins effectiveness and fins efficiency. Transient and periodic heat flow in lumped heat capacity
systems.
UNIT3
Forced Convection
Mechanism of convection, forced and Free Convection Boundary Layer: Fundamentals Equations of energy in
the boundary layer. Thermal boundary layer. The Nusselt number. Dimensionless number used in convections.
Empirical relations for convective heat transfer through tubes and flat plate, Heat transfer in turbulent flow.
Reynolds analogy.
UNIT4
Heat Exchangers, Boiling & Condensation
Basic types of heat exchangers. The overall heat exchangers. The overall heat transfer coefficient and fouling
factor. LogMean temperature difference. EffectivenessNTU approach.
Heat Transfer with Change of Phase: Fundamentals of boiling heat transfer. Boiling curve and various boiling
regions. Condensation heat transfer phenomena.
UNIT5
Radiation
Thermal Radiation. Monochromatic and total emissive power, absorbtivity, reflectivity and transitivity,
Kirchoffs Black and Gray bodies, Planks distribution law, Stefan Boltzmans law, Heat transfer by radiation
between Black surfaces, Electrical Analog for solving Radiation problems .
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Holman J.P., Heat Transfer, Mc Graw Hill, 9e 2002.
[2]. Eckert & Drake, Heat & Mass Transfer, Mc Graw Hill, 1972.
[3]. Ozisic, Basic Heat Transfer, Mc Graw Hill, 1994.
[4]. Patel R.C., Heat Transfer
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LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
150
Min
35
25
60
Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the design of power
transmission elements, parts subjected to dynamic loading (Fatigue Loading), Deign of Internal Combustion
Engine parts, seals and gasket. Pre requisites are Dynamics of Machine and Machine Design I.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Design of Power Transmission Elements
Design for single plate clutch, cone clutch, centrifugal clutch, flat belt, V belt, power screw, spur gear, helical
gear and Bevel gear.
UNIT2
Design for Dynamic Loading
Stress concentration factor, design of parts subjected to Fatigue loading.
UNIT3
Design for Brakes
Design of shoe brakes, band brakes, block brakes, internal expanding brakes and disc brakes.
UNIT4
Design for Internal Combustion Engine Parts
Design for engine cylinder, piston, connecting rod, crank shaft, valves and valve gear mechanism.
UNIT5
Seals and Gaskets
Brief Introduction about seals and gasket, selection of seals and gasket.
Note:Only Mechanical Engineers Handbook, Databooks and certified notes are allowed in the examination
hall.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Shingley J.E., Mechanical Engineering Design, McGrawHill 2003.
[2]. Spotts M.F.,Shoup T.E., Hrnberger L.E., Design of Machine Elements, Pearson Education ,8e,2006
[3]. Sharma P.C. & Aggarwal D.K., Machine Design,S.K.Kataria & Sons,11e,2006
[4]. Shariff A.,Design of Machine Elements,Dhanpat Rai Publications(P) Ltd.,3e,1995
[5]. Maleev V.L., I.C.Engine Design, , Mc.Graw Hill ,1945
[6]. Black and Adams, Machine Design, Mc.Graw Hill,1968
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
Objective and Pre requisites: The course contents are aimed to provide an understanding of the fundamental
aspects of the various material processing technologies. Pre requisites are Material Science and Manufacturing
Processes.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Theory of Metal Cutting:
Introduction, mechanics of metal cutting, oblique and orthogonal cutting, shear angle, rake angle and strain
relationships, force and power relationships, heat generation and temperature rise in metal cutting,
Machinability: criteria for evaluating machinability, factors affecting machinability, tool life and tool wear,
variables influencing tool life, economics of metal cutting.
UNIT2
Theory of Metal Forming:
Introduction, plastic deformation and yield criteria, temperature and friction in metal forming, overview of
metal forming, processes mechanics of forming processes, rolling, forging, drawing, deep drawing, bending,
extrusion, punchingblanking, defects in metal forming, advantages & limitations of hot & cold forming.
UNIT3
Unconventional Machining Processes:
Introduction, electric discharge machining (EDM), electrochemical machining (ECM), ultrasonic machining
(USM), abrasive jet machining (AJM), laser beam machining (LBM), electron beam machining (EBM), plasma
arc machining (PAM)
UNIT4
Surface Finish Measurement and Surface Treatment:
Introduction, elements of surface roughness, evaluation and representation of surface roughness, effect of
surface finish on functional properties, measurement of surface roughness, surface clearing surface treatment,
diffusion and ion implantation, surface coating and deposition processes: surface plating ,conversion coating,
physical vapour deposition, chemical vapour deposition, organic coating, porcelain enameling and other
ceramic coatings.
UNIT5
Processing of Particulate Metals, CeramicsComposites and other Special Processing Technologies:
Introduction, Basic processes, powder manufacture testing and blending, compacting, sintering, hot pressing,
other techniques to produce highdensity powder metallurgy products, properties of P/M products, advantages
and limitation of powder metallurgy; processing of traditional ceramics, processing of new ceramics and
cermets.
Shaping processes for Plastics and polymer matrix composites; processing of integrated circuits and micro
fabrication technologies.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Sharma P. C., Production Technology, Production Engineering, S.Chand and Co, New Delhi, 1996.
[2]. Pandey & Singh Production engineering and science Standard, Publ. & Distribution
[3]. HMT Production Technology, Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Ltd, 1993.
[4]. Amitabh Ghosh & Ashok Mullick Manufacturing sciences East west Pvt. Limited, New Delhi
[5]. Mikell P Groover Fundamentals of modern manufacturing, John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 2000
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1. Measurement of various features of tool geometry of a given single point tool using tool makers microscope.
2. Measurement of various features of tool geometry of a drill bit and an end mill cutter using tool makers
microscope.
3. Measurement of a component features using a profile projector.
4. Study of constructional features of the Lathe and to machine a job as per given dimensions on it.
6. Study of EDM machine.
7. Machining of a work part as per given drawing on EDM machine.
8. Machining of a work part as per given drawing on CNC lathe machine.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
Objective & Prerequisites: Basic understanding of Fluid Power systems like turbine & pump. Prerequisites
are Mechanics & Theory of Machines.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Dimensional Analysis and Similititude
Dimensional homogeneity, Buckingham
modeling criteria and distorted models.
UNIT2
Hydro Turbines
General classification (Turbine and pumps), velocity triangle, Euler's equation of work done, efficiencies
Pelton, Francis, Kaplan, Propeller and Bulb turbine, their constructional details and characteristics, unit
quantities, specific speed and governing.
UNIT3
Hydraulic Pumps
Classification of pumps, centrifugal pumps, constructional details, characteristics and efficiencies, NPSH,
specific speed, multistage and specific purpose pump. reciprocating pumps, indicator diagram, acceleration
head, friction head, double acting pumps.
UNIT4
Cavitations
Definitions, types of cavitations, effect of cavitations, Thomacavitation factor. Apparatus for cavitations,
factor apparatus for cavitations test, study of cavitations effects in pumps and turbines, prevention.
UNIT5
Water Hammer and Surge Tanks
Physical phenomenon of water hammer, fundamental equation, arithmetic integration, types of surge tanks.
BOOKS REOMMENDED:
[1]. Rao N.S.Govind, Fluid Flow Machines Tata Mc Graw Hill.
[2]. Nagratham, Fluid Machines and Systems
[3]. Kumar D.S, Fluid mechanics and Machines S.k Kataria & Sons 1997.
[4]. Purohit R., Hydraulic Machines
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Study & performance of Pelton wheel using Pelton Wheet test rig
Study & performance of Kaplan Turbine using Kaplan Turbine test rig
Study & performance of Centrifugal Pump using Centrifugal Pump test rig
Study & performance of Reciprocating Pump using Reciprocating Pump test rig.
Study of manual Centrifugal Pump.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
Objective Prerequisites: Basic understanding of Thermal Power systems & Non Conventional Energy
Systems. Prerequisites are Thermodynamics, Thermal Engineering.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT1
Fundamentals of Non Conventional Energy Systems
Principles of working and fields of applications of unconventional power sources like WindEnergy, tidal
Energy, geothermal Energy, solar energy. Sources of energy, magneto hydrodynamic (MHD) system,
photovoltaic cells and fuel cells.
UNIT2
Steam Generators
Highpressure steam boilers, Draught chimney calculations equivalent evaporation, heat balance sheet, Carnot
and Rankine cycles, reheat and regenerative cycles binary vapour cycles.
UNIT3
Nozzles
Introduction, general flow analysis, Nozzle equation, design parameters, types and construction of nozzles,
theory of steam injectors, effect of friction on performance.
UNIT4
Steam Turbines
Introduction, advantages of steam turbine, general analysis, degree of reaction, thermodynamic analysis, losses
in steam turbines, classification and comparison between impulse and reaction turbines.
UNIT5
Power Station Economics
Elements of fixed and operating costs, power and various tarrifs, definitions and applications of load curves,
loadfactor, capacity factor, plantutilization factor, diversity factor and demand factor. Energy audit.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1]. Chang SSL, Energy Conversion, Prentice Hall, 1963
[2]. Skrotzki & Vopat, Power Station Engg. & Economy, Mc Graw & Kagakush ,1960
[3]. Soo, Direct Energy Conversion, Prentice Hall, 1968
[4]. Angrist, Direct Energy Conversion, S.W Publication, 4e 1982.
[5]. Yahya, Turbine, Compression & Fans.
[6] Arora S.C. & Domkundwar S. Power Plant Engineering Dhanpat Rai Sons, 3e, 1993
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
&
COURSE OF CONTENTS
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
Semester VII
SNo Sub Code
1. 4MEP101
2. 4MEP102
3.
4MEP103
4.
Subject
Project Phase  I
Machine Design III
Refrigeration & Air
Conditioning
Elective  I
TOTAL
L
3
P
2
2
Maximum Marks
Th CW SW Pr
100 50
100 50
50
50
100
50
50
50
250
3
09
2
08
100
300
50
150
50
250
50
200
250
900
TOTAL
150
250
Semester VIII
SNo
1.
Sub Code
4MEP151
2.
4MEP152
3.
4MEP153
4.
TOTAL
Subject
Project Phase  II
Production & Operation
Management
Vibration & Noise Control
P
2
Maximum Marks
Th CW SW Pr
100
50
100
50
50
50
250
100
50
50
50
Elective  II
100
50
50
50
250
250
09
08
300
150
250
150
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TOTAL
150
900
SNo
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
4MEP159
SNo
1.
Gas Dynamics
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the new and
advanced methods of design like optimization in design, reliability based design, high temperature resistance
design etc. Pre requisites are Machine Design I & Machine Design II.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Design for Bearings
Introduction about different types of bearings, Design for Journal bearing: Specifying bearing modulus,
minimum oil film thickness, flow of oil, bearing heat balancing. Elementary treatment of contact stress,
Selection of antifriction bearings.
UNIT2
Reliability and Optimum based Design
Introduction to optimum design, analysis of simple machine members based on optimum design. Fundamentals
of reliability ,System concepts in Reliability engineering. Failure distributions, Statistical analysis of failure
data, Weibull analysis, dimensioning.
UNIT3
Design for Tool Drive
Design of machine tool drives such as lathe, drilling and milling machine, speed diagram, ray diagram,
preferred number.
UNIT4
Design for Creep
Introduction to Design for creep. Combined creep and fatigue failure prevention. Design for low temperature
(Brittle failure). Design for corrosion, wear, hydrogen embrittlement, fretting fatigue and other combined
modes of mechanical failure.
UNIT5
Design for Unsymmetrical Bending
Design of parts of unsymmetrical sections, shear center, parts subjected to unsymmetrical bending.
Note: Only Mechanical Engineers Handbook, Databooks and certified notes are allowed in the examination
hall.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Shingley J.E., Mechanical Engineering Design, McGrawHill ,4e,2003.
[2] Spotts M.F.,Shoup T.E., Hrnberger L.E., Design of Machine Elements, Pearson Education ,8e,2006
[3] Sharma P.C. and Aggarwal D.K., Machine Design,S.K.Kataria & Sons,11e,2006
[4] Shariff A.,Design of Machine Elements,Dhanpat Rai Publications(P) Ltd.,3e,1995
[5] Maleev V.L., I.C.Engine Design, , Mc.Graw Hill ,1e,1945
[6] Black and Adams, Machine Design, Mc.Graw Hill, 2e, 1968
[7] Mubeen A., Machine Design, Khanna Publishers, 4e, 2005
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LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1. Problem on Design of Journal Bearing
2. Problem on selection of Antifriction Bearing.
3. Problem on Reliability based design.
4. Problem on Dimensioning of parts.
5. Problem on Optimum based design.
6. Problem on Design for Tool Drive.
7. Problem on Design for creep.
8. Problem on Design for Unsymmetrical Bending.
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TH
Marks
CW SW
PR
Total
Max
100
50
50
50
250
Min
35
25
25
25
110
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Stoeker and Jones, Refrigeration and Airconditioning, McGrawHill Co, 2008
[2] Arora C.P., Refrigeration and Airconditioning, TataMcGraw Hill, 2008.
[3] Prasad M, Refrigeration and Airconditioning. New Age Publishers, 9e, 2008
[4] Ballaney P.L, Refrigeration and Airconditioning, Khanna Publishers, 2008.
[5] Ameen Ahmadul, Refrigeration and AirConditioning, PrenticeHall of India, 2006.
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LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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CW
SW
PR
Total
Max.
100
50
50
50
250
Min.
35
25
25
25
110
Objectives & Pre requisites: To understand the principles and working of different systems of automobiles.
Engineering Mechanics, Theory of Machines.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Chassis and Body Engineering
Chassis classification, Types of frames, Vehicle body types & construction, Body materials, Drivers visibility
and methods for improvement, Safety aspects of vehicles, Location of engine, Front wheel and rear wheel
drive, Performance of Vehicle.
UNIT2
Steering System
Front axle beam, Stub axle, Front wheel assembly, Principles of types of wheel alignment, Front wheel
geometry viz. camber, Kingpin inclination, Castor, Toein and Toeout, Condition for true rolling motion,
Centre point steering, Directional stability of vehicles, Steering Gears , Power steering, Slip angle, Cornering
power, Over steer & Under Steer. Wheels and tyres , Specifications, Types, Construction and tread pattern.
UNIT3
Suspension System
Vehicle Dynamics and requirement of suspension , Suspension types & construction, Shock absorber, Types of
leaf springs coil spring, Air spring, Torsion bar, Location of shackles, Brakesclassification & construction,
Mechanical, Hydraulic & Pneumatic power brake systems, Airbleeding of Hydraulic brakes, ABS,
Performance Braking efforts, Efficiency, Stopping Distance& time, tendency of over turning.
UNIT4
Transmission System
Clutchesrequirement, Types and construction, Gear boxespurpose, Types and construction, Synchronizer,
Gear shifter mechanism, Determination of gear ratio for vehicles, Gear box performance at different vehicle
speed, Automatic transmission, Torque converters, Fluid coupling, Propeller shaft, Universal joints, CV joints,
Differential gear box, Rear axle types & construction.
UNITV
Electrical and Control Systems
Types of storage battery, Construction and operation of lead acid battery, Testing of battery, Principle &
operation of starting mechanism, Different Bendix drive systems, Starter relay switch, Electric fuel gauge, Fuel
pump, Horn, Wiper, Lighting system, Head light dazzling, Signaling devices and circuit, Battery operated
vehicles. Microprocessor based control system for automobiles. Intelligent automobiles control systems.
General: Car air conditioning systems and components, Indian standards for automotive vehicles exhaust
emissionBharat and Euro norms, Indian Motor vehicle act preliminary information
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Singh Kirpal, Automobile Engineering, Vol.1, Standard Pub, 9e
[2] Giri N.K., Automotive Technology, Khanna Pub, 4e 2009
[3] Newton & Steeds, Automobile Engineering, Butterworth Int.
[4] Heitner Joseph, Automotive Mechanics, Principles and Practices, EastWest Pub.
[5] Crouse W.H., Automotive series PartI to VI, Tata McGrawhill, 9e
[6] Crouse W.H., Automotive Emission, Tata McGrawhill
[7] BIS and Euro I and EuroII, Emission standards.
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LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1. Study of chassis frame and body.
2. Study of steering linkage mechanism and Steering Boxes.
3. Study of Front and Rear suspension systems.
4. Study of hydraulic brake system.
5. Study of single plate clutch.
6. Study of sliding mesh, constant mesh, synchromesh gearboxes.
7. Study of transmission systemPropeller shaft, Differential, Rear axles.
8. Study of electrical circuit and, battery.
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Objectives and Pre requisites: To develop the skills of decision making in dynamic business situations
through quantitative analysis using different mathematical models like linear programming, Transportation,
Assignment, Queuing etc. and Strategies formulation with the help of game theory and simulation etc.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
History and development of Operations Research, Scientific Methods, Characteristics, Scope, Models in
Operations Research.
Linear Programming: Formulation, graphical methods, simplex method, Big M method
UNIT2
Linear programming models
Assignment Models: Definition, Mathematical Representation, Formulation and Solution, Alternate optimal
solution
Transportation Model: Definition, Formulation and solution, Alternate optimal solution, Stepping stone
method, Modified distribution (MODI) or uv method
Sequencing Models: Processing n jobs through two machines, m machines, and processing two jobs through m
machines, Traveling salesman problem, and minimal path problem.
UNIT3
Waiting Line and Dynamic programming Model
Models: Introduction, classification, state in queue, probability distribution of arrival and service times. Single
server model (M/M/I). Multiple server model (MMS), Birth and death process.
Dynamic Programming: Introduction, Distribution characteristic, Dynamic programming approach, Optimal
subdivision problem.
UNIT4
Game Theory and Simulation
Theory of Game, Competitive game, Two persons, zero sum games, maximin and minimax Principles. Saddle
point. Method of Dominance, graphical and algebraic method of solution by transforming into linear
programming problem. Bidding problem. Building a simulation model, MonteCarlo simulation and
application.
UNIT5
Network Analysis
Network diagram, Time estimation, Basic steps in PERT and CPM, PERT computation, CPM computation,
critical path, Float, Cost analysis, Crashing the network.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Taha, Operations Research, Tata Mc.Graw Hill.2002
[2] Wagner, Operations Research, PHI. New Delhi, 2003
[3] Ravindram & Philips, Operations Research, Tata Mc.Graw Hill.2005
[4] Gupta & Hira, Operations Research, S. Chand. 1e, 2008
[5] Vohra N.D, Kataria S.K, Quantitative Techniques for Management. Tata Mc.Graw Hill, 2004.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject is to introduce the students about the problems and
techniques of AI. The course content provides the theoretical aspects of AI and explore the ways that the
current AI techniques can be used. The Pre requisites are knowledge of computer programming, data
structures, familiarity with mathematical topics like probability, logic and decision procedures.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Introduction and history of AI, Human intelligence versus artificial intelligence, Task domains of AI,
Representations in AI, Introduction to AI techniques, Limitations of AI. Defining the AI problem as state space
search, Problem characteristics and search techniques: Heuristic search techniques. Problem reduction and
constraint satisfaction.
UNIT2
Knowledge Representation
Introduction and need for a good representation, Ways of representing knowledge, Syntactic and semantic
systems, Predicate logic, Production rules, Nonmonotonic systems , Statistical reasoning systems, Semantic
nets, Frames , Conceptual dependency and Scripts. Problem solving: Inference and Resolution.
UNIT3
Expert Systems and Machine Learning
Introduction, Rule based expert systems, Kowledge acquisition and Knowledge bases, Architecture of an
expert system, Introduction to CLIPS(C Language Integrated Production System),Introduction to techniques
for machine learning, Version spaces and Nearest Neighbour Algorithm, Introduction to machine vision.
UNIT4
Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic Systems
Introduction, Supervised learning and Unsupervised learning, Neurons, Perceptrons, Multilayer neural
networks, Recurrent networks , Unsupervised learning networks, Learning in Neural Networks and
applications of neural networks. Introduction to fuzzy logic systems, Crisp sets and fuzzy sets, fuzzy logic
control, Neuro fuzzy systems.
UNIT5
Planning and Language Processing
Overview of planning and components of planning systems, Planning methods, Introduction to Natural
language processing : Syntactic processing and Semantic analysis, Ambiguity and pragmatic analysis,
Overview of programming languages of AI like LISP/PROLOG. Implementations of AI based applications in
LISP/PROLOG.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Rich Elaine, Knight Kevin, Nair Shivashankar B., Artificial Intelligence, McGrawHill ,3e,2009.
[2] Coppin Ben, Artificial Intelligence Illuminated, Narosa Publishing House ,2005
[3] Charniak Eugene, McDermott Drew, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Pearson Education,2e,2007
[4] Russell Stuart, Norvig Peter, Artificial Intelligence A Modern Approach, Pearson Education,2e,2007
[5] Winston Patric Henry, Artificial Intelligence , Pearson Education Asia, 3e, 2000.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the new and
advanced methods to implement on design of Industrial robot and its impact on Automation.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
Automation and Robotics, CAD/CAM and Robotics, An over view
and future applications, Classification by coordinate system and control system.
of
Robotics,
Present
UNIT2
Components of the Industrial Robotics
Function line diagram representation of robot arms, common types of arms. Components, Architecture, number
of degrees of freedom, Requirements and challenges of end effectors, determination of the end effectors,
comparison of Electric, Hydraulic and Pneumatic types of locomotion devices.
UNIT3
Robot Arm Kinematics
Direct and inverse kinematics, Rotation matrices, Composite rotation matrices, Euler angle representation ,
Homogenous transformation, Denavit Hattenberg representation and various arm configuration.
UNIT4
Robot Arm Dynamics
Lagrange Euler formulation, joint velocities, Kinetic energy, Potential energy and motion equations,
Generalised DAlembert equations of motion.
UNIT5
Application of Robotics
Robot Application in Manufacturing: Material Transfer, Material handling, loading and unloadingProcessing, Spot and continuous arc welding & spray painting, Assembly and Inspection.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Fu K. S., Robotics (Control, Sensing, Vision and Intelligence), McGrawHill, 4e, 2003.
[2] Schilling R.J., Fundamental of Robotics, Prentice Hall, 1990.
[3] Wesley, Sryda E., Industrial Robots: Computer interfacing and Control, Prentice Hall, 1985.
[4] Groover M.P., Industrial Robotics Technology Programming and Applications, McGrawHill, 1986.
[5] Asada and Slotine, Robot Analysis and Control, John Wiley and Sons, 1986.
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BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Moore F Desmond ,Principals and application of Tribology, ,Pergamon press,1975
[2] Sahoo Prashant Engineering Tribology, PrenticeHall of India, New Delhi, 2005
[3] Lansdown A R ,Lubrication, A practical Guide to Lubricant selection, Pergamon Press1982
[4]Majumdar BC, Introduction to Tribology of Bearings, Wheeler Publishing, New Delhi,1999
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the new and
advanced methods in fluid dynamics using computer systems. Pre requisites are Engineering Mathematics,
Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT 1
Introduction to Fluid Dynamics
Review of conservation equations, Continuum concept, control volume equations, Ideal fluid flow and
hydraulic singularities, Navierstokes equations, and their use. Concept of compressible flow, one dimensional
isentropic flow, normal shock, flow withfriction, heat transfer, boundaryLayer theory and applications
UNIT 2
Boundary Layer Theory
Basic concepts, Boundary Layer Parameters, Boundary Layer on flat plate, Hiemenz flow, flow near rotating
disc. VonKarman Momentum Equation. General Properties of Boundary Layer equations, Theory of stability.
Theory of similarity in heat transfer and exact solutions. Turbulence, correlation coefficient.
UNIT 3
Numerical Methods
Fluid Dynamics Equations in Eulerian systems, the characteristic method, finite element methods and
application in fluid dynamics, solution of physical flow problems. Scaling and nondimensionalisation Order of
Magnitude method.
UNIT 4
Computational Methods
Algebraic equations, ordinary differential equations, Numerical solutions of nonlinear equation. Problems
leading to system of linear equations. Techniques for solving system of linear equations (direct and iterative).
Linear and non linear regression techniques to correlate experimental data. Numerical Integration, application
to flow processes. Solution to partial differential equations, Difference forms, implicit and explicit methods for
steady state and transient problems.
UNIT 5
Optimisation Methods
Classical optimization methods, unconstrained minimization. Univariate, conjugate direction, gradient and
variable metric methods, constrained minimization, feasible direction and projections. Integer and Geometric
programming, genetic algorithms.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Douglas, J. F., Fluid Mechanics, Pearson Education, 2005.
[2] Streeter, V. L and Wylie, E. B., Fluid Mechanics, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
[3] Streeter, V. L and Wylie, E. B., Fluid Dynamics, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
[4] White F., Fundamentals of Fluid mechanics, McGrawHill Co, 2003.
[5] Wirz H.J. and Smolderen J.J., Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, McGrawHill, 1978.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject is to provide students with an understanding of the
theory underlying operations management & enable them to contribute to improved operating decisions. This
course has gradually incorporated an increasing amount of quantitative methodology because quantitative
techniques improved decision making.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT 1
Production Management
Definition: Production Management operation function in organizations, Systems view of operations, defining,
managing the operations subsystems. Framework for managing operations. Forecasting in operations. Methods
of Forecasting, selection of the Forecasting models. Need for facility location planning, factors affecting plant
location decisions.
UNIT 2
Operations Capacity and Layout Decisions
Capacity planning and environment. Strategies to modify the capacity in the short run & long run. Decision
tree analysis, Layout concepts, developing the process layout models & behavior, developing the product
layout models (Assembly line models & behavior), manufacturing cellular layouts.
UNIT 3
Scheduling Systems and Aggregate Planning
Operations planning and scheduling systems, aggregate planning process, strategies for developing aggregate
planning, master production schedule. Loading: various approaches of loading, Sequencing: priorities
sequencing rules, detailed scheduling, Expediting.
UNIT 4
MRP& Inventory Control
Types of inventory, various models of Inventory control for EOQ, EPQ, A B C & VED analysis.
MRP: Objectives, advantages, limitations, preparation of material requirement plan, closed loop MRP,
MRP II, introduction to ERP & SCM.
UNIT 5
Material, Maintenance & Econmic Ananlysis
Introduction purchasing: Objectives, policies, procedure Maintenance: objectives, Importance and types of
Maintenance systems Preventive and breakdown maintenance. Economic Analysis: Time Value of Money
concept, Capital investment evaluation techniques Pay back, NPV, IRR etc.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Monks Joseph, Operation management, McGraw Hill international, 3e, 1987.
[2] Everett E. Adam, et al, Production & Operations Management, Prentice Hall of
India, 5e, 2004.
[3] Chase Richard B., et al, Operations Management, Tata MacGraw Hill, 11e, 2006
[4] Agrawal R.D., Organization & Management, Tata MacGraw Hill.
[5] Buffa E., Production and Operation Management, McGraw Hill,T/e
[6] Martand Telsung, Industrial Engineering & Production Management, S.Chand & Co. Ltd, 2004.
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Objective of the subject: Objective of the subject is to deal with study of basics of the vibrations in a body,
analysis of vibration phenomenon, control of vibration in machine parts, balancing. The subject also deals with
Introduction of basic terminology of noise engineering and noise control. The pre requisites are Dynamics of
machine, Machine Design.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
Periodical motion, harmonic motion, period, cycle, circular frequency, amplitude and phase angles of vibration
motion, nonharmonic periodic motions. Harmonic analysis, the vector method of representing vibrations,
displacement, velocity and acceleration in harmonic motion, super position of simple harmonic, beats, work
done in harmonic motion .
UNIT2
System with One Degree of Freedom
System having single degree of freedom, free vibration of systems without damping, equilibrium and energy
method for determining natural frequency. Raleighs method, equivalent systems (systems with compound
spring, shafts of different dia. Equivalent length, effect of mass of springs and shaft).
Free vibration of systems with viscous, coulomb and structural damping. Equations of motionsdiscussion of
solutions.
Forced vibrations of systems with and without viscous and coulomb damping,, frequency response plots, Phase
shift plots, Equivalent viscous damping, power consumption of vibration systems, forced isolation,
commercial isolators, transmissibility.
UNIT3
Systems with Two Degree of Freedom
System having two degree of freedom system, Normal mode of vibrations, Torsional systems, undamped &
damped vibration in two degree of freedom system with free and forced vibration.Vehicle suspension,
Undamped dynamic vibration absorber. Centrifugal absorber, friction damper. Vibration Instruments: Principle
of frequency, Amplitude, Velocity and acceleration measuring instruments, Analysis of vibration records.
Electrical Analogies: Electric circuit principles, equivalent circuits.
UNIT4
Whirling of Shafts
Whirling of light flexible shaft with an unbalance disk at the Centre of its length with and without damping,
discussion of speeds above and below the critical speed, Uniform shaft with and without unbalanced masses
attached along its length (by Reyleigh method) for simple supported and fixed ends.
UNIT5
Noise Control
Noise and its causes, sound pressure /intensity/ power level and their interrelation, Decibel scale, Loudness and
equal loudness contours, Sound spectra and octave band analysis. Background noise. Weighted networks.
Measurement of noise, effect of machine/ process noise on operators, employees and local residents, standard
of noise level and exposure limits. Methods of industrial noise control.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Ambekar A.G. Mechanical Vibrations and Noise Engineering PrenticeHall of India, NewDelhi, 2e,
2006.
[2] Singh V.P., Mechanical Vibration Dhanpat Rai& Co.(p)Ltd., Delhi, 3e, 2001
[3] Thomson W.T Theory of Vibration with Application CBS Publishers & Distriburors, Delhi, 3e, 1990.
[4] Grover G.K.Mechanical Vibrations Nem Chand & Brothers, 2e, 2007.
[5] Pujara K. Vibration & Noise for Engineers, Dhanpat Rai & Sons, Delhi, 2e,1992.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1. To find the natural frequency of a simple pendulum.
2. To determine the radius of gyration of a compound pendulum using vibration phenomenon.
3. To determine the radius of gyration of a body using bifilar suspension method..
4. To determine the radius of gyration of a body using trifilar suspension method.
5. To determine the natural frequency of a spring mass pulley system.
6. To determine natural frequency of a spring mass system.
7. To determine the natural frequency of an undamped forced vibration system. .
8. To determine the natural frequency of a two degree of freedom system.
9. Performance analysis of damped forced vibration system.
10. Performance analysis of undamped dynamic vibration absorber.
11. Study of Vibration measuring instruments.
12. To find out critical speed of shaft using whirling of shaft apparatus.
13. Study of sound level meter.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The course contents are aimed at providing the fundamental concepts of
CAD/CAM and its tools to the undergraduate students of mechanical engineering. Prerequisites to this course
are Engineering Drawing, Manufacturing Processes, Machine Design and Drawing and Production
EngineeringI.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Fundamentals of CAD/CAM
Introduction to CAD/CAM, CAE, CIM, Concurrent Engineering and Reverse Engineering. Computer
Graphics: 2D and 3D Transformation, Concatenation. CAD/CAM Hardware: CAD/CAM workstations,
Peripheral devices including inputoutput and storage devices. CAD/CAM Softwares.
UNIT2
Computer Aided Design
Introduction to design process, Typical product life cycle, Areas of applications and benefits of CAD.
Geometric Modeling: Wireframe and surface modeling, Parametric representation of analytical and synthetic
curves and surfaces, Solid Modeling: Boundary representation, Constructive solid geometry, Parametric and
variational modeling, CAD/CAM data exchange, Introduction to finite element analysis.
UNIT3
Computer Aided Manufacturing
Introduction to CAM, Fundamentals of numerical control and computer numerical control systems, Coordinate
systems, Motion and position control, Part Programming: Manual part programming, NC Codes and standards,
Computer assisted part programming using APT language, Simulation of machining of 3D models using
CAD/CAM software, Pocket machining and surface machining methods.
UNIT4
Rapid Prototyping Technologies and Robotics
Introduction of basic RP techniques: StereoLithography, Selective Photo Curing, Selective Layer Sintering,
Fused Deposition Modeling, Laminated Object Manufacturing,3D Printing, Applications of RP techniques.
Robotics: Robot configurations, Motion and position control of robot arm, Robot applications.
UNIT5
Group Technology and FMS
Introduction to the concept of group technology, Part classification and coding systems, Machine cell
formation, Introduction to Flexible Manufacturing Systems: Types of FMS and components of FMS.
Automated storage and retrieval Systems AS/RS, Automated guided vehicles (AGV), CAPP, Computer aided
inspection and quality control (CAIQC).
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Groover and Zimmers, CAD/CAM:Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing, PHI Private Limited.
[2] Groover Mikell P, Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing,2e, PHI
Private Limited.
[3] Zeid Ibrahim, Mastering CAD/CAM Tata McGrawHill Edition, Tata McGrawHill Publishing
Company Limited.
[4] Rao P.N.,CAD/CAM Principles and Applications,2e,Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited.
[5] Zeid Ibrahim, R. Sivasubramanian, CAD/CAM Theory and Practice, Revised First Edition,
Tata McGrawHill Publishing Company Limited.
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LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS:
1. Development of 3D CAD model of a part as per given drawing using a CAD software.
2. Creating Assembly of given parts using a CAD software.
3. Development of the Drawing Views of a given part using a CAD software.
4. Study of the constructional features of the CNC Trainer Lathe.
5. Part Programming for the CNC machining of a workpart as per given drawing.
6. Simulation of the CNC machining operations using a CAM software.
7. Machining of a given workpiece as per drawing on CNC lathe.
8. Study of the CAD/CAM hardware and software.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce concepts of quality & quality control.
To impart the knowledge of Total Quality Management philosophy this is widely adopted by the business
organizations now a day. This course will enable the students to apply the concepts of Quality in the industries
& get benefited.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT 1
BASIC CONCEPTS OF QUALITY
Meaning of Quality, Quality of Design, Quality of Conformance, quality of performance, Quality
characteristic, Quality functions, Costs of Quality, Value of Quality, Quality control, Quality Control and
inspection, Quality Policy, Objectives and organization, Quality Assurance. Statistical concept, Frequency
distributions.
UNIT 2
STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL
Concepts of Variations Process capability, variables and attributes, Theory of Control chart, Control chart for
variablex bar & R chart, Application of control chart for variables. Patterns of control charts. Control Chart for
Attributes: P, np. C and demerit control charts & their application.
UNIT 3
ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING
Fundamental concepts, OC Curveconstruction of OC curve, Evaluation of parameters affecting OC curve,
sampling plans: Single, Double, Multiple & Sequential sampling plans. Selection of sampling plan.
UNIT 4
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Introduction to TQM : Feature of TQM System, Application & Benefits of TQM. Objective of TQM, Scope
& Approach of TQM, Key Activity Areas of TQM, Principles of TQM, Total Quality management philosophy
of Deming, Juran & Philip Crossby. TQM Models Models for TQM Implementations, Strategic tools &
techniques of TQM.
UNIT 5
RELIABILITY & ISO 9000
Basic Concept of reliability, Reliability and Quality, failures and failures modes, Causes of failure and
unreliability, Maintainability and availability. System reliability models System with components in series.
Systems with parallel components. Need for Quality system, History of ISO: 9000 series of standards,
features of ISO: 9000 series of standards.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Kapur K.C. & Lamberson, Reliability in Engg. Design, Wiley Eastern.
[2] Grant E.L. & Leave Worth, Statistical Quality Control, Tata Macgrawhill.
[3] Juran and Gryan, Quality Planning Analysis, Tata Macgrawhill.
[4] Mahajan M.,Statistical Quality Control, Dhanpat Rai & Sons(P)Ltd, 3e, 2003.
[5] Sharma D. D., Toatal Quality Management, Sultan Chand & Sons, 2e,2004.
[6] Besterfield, Toatal Quality Management, Pearson Education, 3e,2005.
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Objective and Pre requisites: This course provides handson and real world experience in the development of
innovative and realistic customerdriven engineered products. Design concepts and techniques are introduced,
and the student's design ability is developed in a design project or feasibility study chosen to emphasize
ingenuity and provide wide coverage of engineering and business topics.
COURSE CONTENTS
UNIT 1
Introduction
Definitions, market needs, product cycle, design methodologies, product specification, conceptual and
development phases. Product planning and design decision making. Marketing, forecasting & market research
for a new product. Purchasing and sales procedure. Demand analysis for new product.
UNIT 2
Product Design
Introduction to PD, Applications, Relevance, Product Definition, Scope, Terminology. Design definitions, the
role and nature of design, old and new design methods, Design by evolution. Need based development,
technology based developments. Physical reliability & Economic feasibility of design concepts.
UNIT 3
Development of Prototype Product
Divergent, transformation and convergent phases of product design. Identification of need, Analysis of need.
Design for what? Design criteria, functional aspects. Aesthetics, ergonomics, form (structure). Shape, size,
color. Mental blocks, Removal of blocks, Ideation Techniques, Creativity.
UNIT 4
Transformations
Brainstorming & Synectics . Morphological techniques. Utility concept, Utility value, Utility index .
Decision making under multiple criteria. Economic aspects of design. Fixed and variable costs. BreakEven Analysis.
UNIT 5
Product Appraisal
Information and literature search, patents, standards and codes. Environment and safety considerations.
Existing techniques such as workstudy, SQC etc. which could be used to improve method & quality of
product. Innovation versus Invention. Technological Forecasting.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Chitale A.K. & Gupta R.C., Product Design & Manufacturing, PHI (EEE),1e, 2007.
[2] Crewford R.P., The Technology of Creation Thinking, Prentice Hall, 2e,2004.
[3] Walls Grohem, The Art of Thought, Bruce & Co., New York.
[4] Starr M.K., Product Design & Decision Theory, Prentice Hall,2e, 2006.
[5] Cain C .D., Engineering Product Design , Bussiness Books.
[6] Ulrich, K.T. and Eppinger, S.D., Product Design and Development, McGrawHill/Irwin, 4th ed,
2007 (ISBN 9780073101422).
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject to introduce the students about the new and
advanced methods of problem solving skill by Reliability Engineering.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
Definition of reliability, types of failures, definition and factors influencing system effectiveness, various
parameters of system effectiveness.
UNIT2
Theory of Reliability
Types of system series, parallel, series parallel, stand by and complex; development of logic diagram, methods
of reliability evaluation; cut set and tie set methods, matrix methods event trees and fault trees methods,
reliability evaluation using probability distributions, Markov method, frequency and duration method.
UNIT3
Reliability Mathematics
Definition of probability, laws of probability, conditional probability, Bays theorem; various distributions;
data collection, recovery of data, data analysis Procedures, empirical reliability calculations.
UNIT4
Optimum based Design
Introduction to optimum design, analysis of simple machine members based on optimum design. System
concepts in Reliability engineering. Failure distributions, Statistical analysis of failure data, Weibull analysis,
dimensioning.
UNIT5
Reliability Improvements & Testing
Methods of reliability improvement, component redundancy, system redundancy, types of redundanciesseries,
parallel, series parallel, stand by and hybrid, effect of maintenance.
Note: Only Databooks, Reliability Tables and certified notes are allowed in the examination hall.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Billintan R.& Allan R.N.., Reliability Evaluation of Engineering and Systems, Plenum Press,2003.
[2] Kapoor. K.C., Reliability in Engineering and Design, John Wiely and Sons, 2001.
[3] Sinha S.K., Life Testing and Reliability Estimation, Wiely Eastern Ltd, 2003.
[4]Shooman M.L., Probabilistic Reliability, An Engineering Approach, McGraw Hill, 1998.
[5] Sandler G.H.., System Reliability Engineering, Prentice Hall, 2001.
Scheme for B.E. (PTDC) All Semester Examination effective from July 2009
LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS
1. Design Analysis of Relaibility of M/c component.
2. Problem based on Markov method of Reliability.
3. Optimum Design of M/c Component.
4. Problem based on Weibull analysis of Reliability.
5. Problem based on Statistical analysis.
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject is to acquaint the students about the new and
advanced technologies of power generation and energy scenario. Pre requisites are steam engineering and
thermodynamic power cycles.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
Review of world and Indian energy situation in respect of demand, supply and resources in the
historic context. Primary and secondary energy sources, their interconvertibility Merits and Demerits
and Criterion for selection of power plants.
UNIT2
HydroPower Plant: Elements of Hydrological computations, Rainfall run off, Flow and power
duration curves, Mass curves, Storage capacity, Salient features of various types of hydro stations,
Component such as dams, Spillways, Intake systems, Head works, Pressure tunnels,
Penstocks, Reservoir, Balancing reservoirs, Selection of hydraulic turbines for power stations,
Selection of site.
UNIT5
Diesel Engine and gas turbine power plants : Applications of diesel engines in power field, Types
of diesel plants, Layout of a diesel engine power plant, Components of gas turbine plant, Gas turbine
fuels, Gas turbine materials, Performance of gas turbine power plants.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
[1] Nag, P.K., Power Plant Engineering, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd, New Delhi, 2008
[2] Arora and Domkundwar, A course in power Plant Engineering, Dhanpat Rai and CO, 2005
[3] EMI Wakil, Power Plant Technology, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd, New Delhi, 2005
[4] Sharma PC, Power plant Engineering, Kataria and sons, Delhi
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Objective and Pre requisites: The objective of the subject is to acquaint the students about the fundamental
principles of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics , compressibility, different types of flows and compressible
flow analysis and utilization in engineering applications. Prerequisites are fluid mechanics, thermodynamics,
Heat transfer.
COURSE CONTENT
UNIT1
Introduction
Compressible flow, energy equation, rate equations for control volume, speed of sound in ideal and
perfect gases, in real gases, in almost compressible liquid, in solids, in two phase medium.
UNIT2
University.
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