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HVSU Syllabus NSQF L7 B.Sc.

Automotive Mechatronics

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

and

SYLLABUS

for

NSQF Level 7: Bachelor of Science


Automotive Mechatronics

Offered by

School of Automotive Studies

1st SEMESTER TO 6th SEMESTER

Haryana Vishvkarma Skill University


Dadhula, Palwal 110078 [INDIA]
www.hvsu.ac.in

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19. Draft Scheme

Induction program: An induction programme of 30-45 days will be provided to the admitted
students to build them strong physically, mentally and spiritually. The following components
in terms of special classes will be delivered to the candidates during induction programme.
1. Communication Skill
2. Industrial ethics and code of conduct
3. Basic life Sciences
4. Basics of applied Sciences
5. Moral Values
6. Social Responsibility
7. Yoga
8. Responsibility towards the Nation
9. Human Values

First Semester;

TH P (off job training0 OJT Total


Credit 12 6 12+3 33
Hours 12 12 24 48
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theory Practical On Job Training

ACN-101 Communication Skills 2 2


ASC-101 Applied Mathematics 2
ASC-103 Applied Physics 2 2
AME-101 Manufacturing Technology 2 2
AME-103 Engineering Graphics and CAD 4
AME-105 Basics of Mechanical Engineering 2
AEC-101 Basics of Electronics 2 2
OJT-101 On Job Training 24
PIT-101 Project Oriented Industrial Training 2 weeks (3credit)
Total (Hrs) 12 12 24

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Second Semester:

TH P (Off Job Training) OJT Total


Credit 10 6 12+8 36
Hours 10 12 24 46
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theory Practical On Job Training

ALQ-102 Industrial Best Practices 2


AME-102 CAD /CAM 2 2
AME-104 Measurements and Meteorology 2 2
AEE-102 Fundamentals of Electrical 2 2
AME-106P Computational 2
ACE-102P Computer Programming 2
AME-108 Basics of Mechatronics 2 2
OJT-102 On Job Training 24
PIT-102 Project Oriented Industrial Training 5-6 weeks (8 Credit)
Total 10 12 24

Third Semester:

TH T P (Off Job Training) OJT Total


Credit 12 6 12 +3 33
Hours 12 12 24 48
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theor Practical On Job Training
y
AEC-201 Digital and Power Electronics 2
AEE-201 Electrical Machines & Drives 2 2
AME-201P Computer Aided Design 2
AEC-203 Fundamentals of Control 2 2
Systems
AEC-205 Sensors and PLC 2
AME-203 Robotics and Machine Vision 2 2
System
AME-205 Rapid Prototyping and 3D 2 2
Printing
AME-207 Condition Monitoring and non 2
Destructive Testing
AEC-207 Virtual Instrumentation 2
OJT- On Job Training 24
AM201
PIT- Project Oriented Industrial 2 weeks (3 Credit)
AM201 Training
Total 12 12 24

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Fourth Semester

TH P (Off Job Training) OJT Total


Credits 7 5 15+6 33
Hours 7 10 30 47
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theory Practical On Job Training
AEC-202 Automotive Instrumentation and 2
Embedded System
AME-202 Automotive Safety 2 2

AME-204 Plant Maintenance and Building 2


Automation
AME-206 Application of Mechatronics in 3
Automobiles and its Maintenance
AME-208 Non Destructive Testing 2
AME-210P CNC 2
AME-212P Computational II 2
OJT-AM204 On Job Training 28
PIT-AM204 Project Oriented Industrial 4 weeks (6 Credit)
Training
Total 7 10 28

Fifth Semester

TH T P (Off Job Training) OJT Total


Credit 10 2 16 +3 31
Hour 10 4 32 46
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theory Tutorial Practical On Job
Training
AME-301 Design of Mechatronics 3 2
ALQ-301 Entrepreneurship 2
Development
ALQ-303 Leadership and Quality 2
management
ACE-301P Computational -III 2
AME-303 Application of Mechatronics 3
OJT- On Job Training 32
AM301
PIT- Industrial Project ( Minor) 2 weeks (3
AM301 Credit)
Total 10 4 32

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Sixth Semester

TH T P (Off Job Training) OJT Total


Credit 6 - 1 20+3 30
Hours 6 2 40 48
Teaching Scheme
Code Subject Name Theor Tutorial Practical On Job Training
y
ACN-102 Foreign Language 2 2
ALQ-302 Corporate Ethics and 2
Moral Values
ALQ-304 Project Management 2
AME-302 Applied Mechatronics 3
OJT-AM302 On Job Training 36
IP-304 Industrial Project 2 weeks (3
( Major) credits)
Total 9 2 36

NOTE:
2. The total number of the credits of (Mechtronics) Programme =
3. Each student shall be required to appear for examinations in all courses.
However, for the award of the degree a student shall be required to earn
minimum of _______ credits including Mandatory papers (M).

FOR LATERAL ENTRY STUDENTS:


1. The total number of the credits of the B.Sc. (Automotive Mechtronics) Programme
= ___________.
2. Each student shall be required to appear for examinations in all courses Third
Semester onwards. However, for the award of the degree a student shall be required
to earn the minimum of _______ credits, including mandatory papers (M).

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NOMENCLATURE OF CODES GIVEN IN THE SCHEME OF

Automotive Mechatronics

1. CAN: Communication

2. ASC: Applied Sciences

3. AME: Applied Mechanical Engineering

4. AEC: Applied Electronics & Communication Engineering

5. AEE: Applied Electrical Engineering

6. ALQ: Applied Leadership Quality

7. OJT: on-the-Job Training

8. PIT: Project oriented Industrial Training

FIRST
SEMESTER
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Paper Code: ACN-101 L /P C


Paper: Communication Skills 2 - 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Communication:
1.1. Meaning, nature
1.2. Importance and purpose of communication
1.3. Types of communication, process of communication
1.4. Communication network in an organization
1.5. Strategy for effective communication
1.6. Verbal and non-verbal communication
1.7. Barriers to communication
1.8. Essentials of good communication
1.9. Communication techniques

2. Syntax and semantics:


2.1. Subject and predicate
2.2. Types of sentences(simple, compound and complex)
2.3. Antonyms
2.4. Synonyms
2.5. Homophones
2.6. Homonyms

3. Communicative grammar and Lexis:


3.1. Tenses(Present, Past and Future)
3.2. Idioms and phrases
3.3. Words often confused
3.4. One Word Substitutes
3.5. Prefixes and Suffixes

4. Reading and listening skills:


4.1. Summarizing
4.2. Precise writing

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4.3. Unseen comprehension passage


4.4. Note taking and reviewing
4.5. The process of listening
4.6. Barriers to listening
4.7. Types of listening
4.8. Benefits of effective listening

5. Presentation skills:
5.1. Effective presentation
5.2. Presentation through modern tools/technologies
5.3. Interviews, public speaking
5.4. Preparing the Speech
5.5. Organizing the Speech
5.6. Special Occasion Speeches

6. Writing skills:
6.1. Elements of Effective Writing
6.2. Main Forms of Written Communication: Notices, Preparing CV, Memo,
Drafting an E-mail. Correspondence: Personal, Official and Business,
Technical Report Writing
Suggested Readings:

1. Sethi, J & et al. A Practice Course in English Pronunciation, Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi.
2. Sen, Leena. Communication Skills, Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi.
3. Prasad, P. Communication Skills, S.K. Kataria & Sons.
4. Bansal, R.K. and J.B. Harrison. Spoken English, Orient Language.
5. Roach Peter. English Phonetics and Phonology.
6. A.S. Hornby's. Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary of Current English, 7th Edition.
7. Prasad, P. The Functional Aspects of Communication Skills, Delhi.
8. McCarthy, Michael. English Vocabulary in Use, Cambridge University Press.
9. Rajinder Pal and Prem Lata. English Grammar and Composition, Sultan Chand
Publication.

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10. Idioms & Phrases (English-Hindi), Arihant Publication (India) Pvt. Ltd.
11. One Word Substitution, Dr. Ashok Kumar Singh, Arihant Publications (India) Pvt, Ltd

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Paper Code: ACN-101P L P C


Paper: Communication Skills - 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

1. Greetings and starting a conversation.

2. Listening and comprehension activities.

3. Information transfer and oral presentation.

4. Reading activities.

5. Extempore public speaking.

6. Intonation and common error in pronunciation.

7. Situational dialogues / Role play.

8. Telephonic skills.

9. Group Discussion.

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Paper Code: ASC-101 L T C


Paper: Applied Mathematics 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Sets, relations and functions:

1.1. Definition of set

1.2. Types of sets

1.3. Operations on sets

1.4. Cartesian product of sets

1.5. Introduction to relations and functions

1.6. Domain and range of functions

1.7. Types of functions linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic

1.8. Introduction of limit and continuity of a function

2. Permutation and combinations:

2.1. Principle of counting

2.2. Factorial of number

2.3. Permutation npr

2.4. Combinations ncr

2.5. Applications of permutation and combinations

2.6. Binomial theorem (expansion without proof).

3. Trigonometric functions:

3.1. Trigonometric functions

3.2. Review of ratio of some standard angles (0, 30, 45, 60, 90 degrees)

3.3. Addition, subtraction and product formulae

3.4. Transformation form product to sum or difference of two angles or vice versa

3.5. Multiple and submultiples angles (2A, 3A, A/2)

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3.6. Sine and cosine formula, area of a triangle.

4. Determinants and matrix:

4.1. Introduction to Determinant and matrices

4.2. Types of matrices

4.3. Algebra of matrices (up to third order)

4.4. Minors and co-factors

4.5. Inverse of matrix by Adjoint method (up to second order)

4.6. Rank of a matrix

4.7. Solution of system of linear equations by Cramers rule.

5. Differential calculus:

5.1. Concept of differentiation

5.2. Rules of differentiation simple standard forms (involving one variable)

5.3. Derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions

5.4. Differentiation of function of a function

5.5. Chain rule.

6. Integral calculus:
6.1. Integration as inverse operation of differentiation
6.2. Integral of standard forms
6.3. Simple integration by substitution
6.4. Integration by parts and by fractions (for linear factor only)
6.5. Evaluation of definite integrals.

Suggested Readings:

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1. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, E. Kresyzig, John Wiley and Sons. (latest


edition).
2. Higher Engineering Mathematics, B.S. Grewal, Khanna Publications
3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, R.A Jain and S.R.K Iyengar. Narosa
Publications.
4. Engineering Mathematics, N.P Bali, Laxmi Publications.
5. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Dr. A.B. Mathur, V.P Jaggi, Khanna
Publications.
6. Modern Advanced Mathematics for Engineers, V.V. Mitin, M.P. Polis and D.A.
Ramanov, John Wiley and Sons, 2001.
7. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, R.Wylic, McGraw-Hill 1995.

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Paper Code: ASC-103 L T C


Paper: Applied Physics 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Physical Quantities, Units and Dimensions, Vectors and Scalars: (6 Hr)


1.1. Physical quantities, units, systems of units CGS, MKS and SI, dimensions and
dimensional formula
1.2. Principle of Homogeneity
1.3. Checking the correctness of physical equations
1.4. Vectors and scalars, representation of a vector
1.5. Resolution of vectors
1.6. Rectangular components of vectors
1.7. Dot Product and Cross Product of vectors
1.8. Simple numerical

2. Newtons Laws of Motion, Work, Energy and Power : 8 (Hr)


2.1. Motion along a Straight Line
2.2. Distance and displacement, Speed and velocity, average velocity,
2.3. uniform motion, non-uniform motion or uniformly accelerated motion,
2.4. acceleration, distance-time and velocity-time graphs for uniform motion
2.5. uniformly accelerated motion
2.6. relative velocity
2.7. Introduction of force
2.8. Laws of motion
2.9. Inertia of a body
2.10. inertia of rest, inertia of motion and inertia of direction
2.11. momentum, conservation of momentum, momentum-impulse theorem
2.12. Work done by force, negative work and positive work
2.13. Energy
2.14. Power
2.15. Kinetic and potential energy
2.16. Laws of conservation of energy
2.17. Work energy theorem

3. Rotation of Rigid Bodies: 4 (Hr)


3.1. Rigid body,
3.2. angular displacement,
3.3. angular velocity, angular acceleration,
3.4. relation between linear and angular velocities, accelerations.
3.5. Rotational kinetic energy,
3.6. Moment of inertia,
3.7. angular momentum,
3.8. conservation of angular momentum

4. Magneto statics & electrostatics: 4(Hr)


4.1. Coulombs Laws in Magnetism-Statement with explanation
4.2. Definitions-Unit Pole
4.3. Magnetic Field Intensity
4.4. Magnetic Lines of Force
4.5. Magnetic Flux, Flux Density

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4.6. Field Intensity


4.7. Electric Potential
4.8. Capacity of a conductor
4.9. Capacitance
4.10. Derivation of formula for capacity of a Parallel Plate Capacitor and the effect of
dielectric on it
4.11. Numerical problems on Grouping of capacitors in series & parallel

5. Current electricity: 4 (Hr)


5.1. Kirchhoffs Laws-Statement with explanation
5.2. Application to Wheatstone Bridge

6. Electro-magnetism: 4 (Hr)
6.1. Electro-magnetism- Biot Savarts Law (Statement With explanation)
6.2. Formula for magnetic field induction due to current through a straight wire and at
the centre of a circular coil (Formula with concept)
6.3. Motion of a charged particle inside a uniform magnetic field
6.4. Expression for the force acting on a current carrying straight conductor placed in a
uniform magnetic field

Suggested Readings:

1. University Physics with Modern Physics, 14th Edition, by Sears and Zemansky, PEARSON
2. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 7 th Edition: John W. Jewett, Jr. and
Raymond A. Serway, Cengage Learning.
3. Introduction to Physics, 9th Edition: John D. Cuttnell, and Kenneth W. Johnson, Wiley.

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Paper Code: ASC-103P L P C


Paper: Applied Physics - 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

1. Measurement of volume of a solid/hollow cylinder by Vernier Caliper.


2. Measurement of cross-sectional area of a wire by Screw Gauge.
3. Measurement of radius of curvature of a spherical surface by a Spherometer.
4. Calibration ofa meter scale by using travelling microscope.
5. Determination of co-efficient of Friction by inclined Plane Method.
6. Determination of g by simple pendulum.
7. Determination of Moment of Inertia using a fly wheel.
8. Tracing of Lines of force due to a bar magnet with N-pole pointing North & N-pole
pointing South and locate the neutral points.
9. Verification the laws of resistance by connecting two given standard resistances in
series & in parallel using Ohms Law.
10. Measurement of specific resistance of wire by a Meter Bridge.
11. Measurement of unknown high resistance by substitution method.
12. Find the ratio of capacitance and there by unknown capacitance by Desautys bridge.
13. Determination of Specific gravity of insoluble solid heavier than water by physical
balance by equal oscillation method.

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Paper Code: AME-101 L T C


Paper: Manufacturing Technology 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Metal casting processes:


1.1. Introduction to Sand Casting: Sand Mould, Type of patterns, Pattern Materials,
Pattern allowances
1.2. Moulding sand Properties :Moulding methods and processes-materials
1.3. Moulding sand ingredients, essential requirements

2. Machining process:
2.1. Introduction to orthogonal and oblique cutting
2.2. Cutting parameters: cutting speed, feed and depth of cut
2.3. Single point cutting tool and its geometry
2.4. Introduction and working principle of lathe, shaper, planar, milling, grinding
machine tools

3. Metal cutting:
3.1. Cutting Tool Materials and fluids: Characteristics of tool materials, various
types of cutting tool materials, coated tools, cutting tool selection
3.2. Types of tool wear, tool life, factors governing tool life
3.3. Purpose and types of cutting fluids, basic actions of cutting fluids, effect of
cutting fluid on tool life, selections of cutting fluid

4. Joining process:
4.1. Operating principle
4.2. Basic equipment
4.3. Welding processes
4.4. Merits and applications of Arc welding, gas welding, TIG and MIG welding
4.5. Weld defects: types, causes and cure
4.6. Industrial applications of welding
4.7. Soldering and Brazing

5. Forming:
5.1. Introduction of metal forming processes
5.2. Drawing, extrusion, forging, rolling and their types

6. Plastics:
6.1. Introduction of plastics
6.2. Industrial use of plastics, situation where it is used
6.3. Introduction to injection moulding

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Paper Code: AME-101P L P C


Paper: Manufacturing Technology - 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

1. Fitting shop:
Introduction to safety measures used in the fitting shop, tools: files, vice, chisels, punch,
scriber, hammers, surface plate, V-block, try square, caliper etc.

To prepare a job using Cutting, fitting and tapping practice on a square of 60mm X
40mm X 10mm MS Flat.

To Prepare a job of T fitting.


2. Welding shop:
Introduction to welding equipments.
Preparation of a Lap joint and butt joint
To prepare a sheet metal job by gas welding
To prepare a sheet metal job by TIG/MIG welding

3. Machine shop:
Introduction to machine tools like lathe, planar, shaper, milling ,drilling, grinding etc.

To prepare a job by using various operations by lathe machine


To prepare a job by milling machine
To prepare a job by shapar machine

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Paper Code: AME-103P L P C


Paper: Engineering Graphics and CAD 4 2
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

1. Introduction to drawing, lines and lettering:


1.1. Definition and classification of drawing
1.2. Drawing instruments such as; drawing board, drawing sheets, drawing board
1.3. Types of pencils, eraser etc.
1.4. Different types of lines as per BIS
1.5. Definition and classification of lettering

Hands on training:

Prepare drawing sheet by using different types of lines

Prepare drawing sheet by Bisection of line, angle, arc

2. Dimensioning and scale:


2.1. Importance of dimensioning
2.2. Types (i.e. chain, parallel and progressive etc.) and methods of placing
dimensioning (i.e. aligned and unidirectional)
2.3. Principles of dimensioning
2.4. Importance of scale in drawing

Hands on training:

To divide line of length 120mm into 9equal parts

Divide a circle into 12 equal parts by using engineering compass

Divide a circle into 8 equal parts by using set square

3. Projection:
3.1. Introduction to first and third angle projection
3.2. Introduction to projection of point, line and plane

Hands on training:
Practice for projection of point

Practice for projection of line

Practice for projection plane

4. Introduction to isomeric and orthographic projection:


4.1. Introduction to isometric projection
4.2. Introduction to orthographic projection.

Hands on training:
Prepare drawing sheet of orthographic projection

Prepare drawing sheet of isometric projection.

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5. Introduction to CAD software:


5.1. Introduction to installation, applications and operation of the software

Hands on training:
Draw the different type of 3D modeling entities using viewing commands to view
them.

6. Introduction to two dimensional using CAD software:


6.1. Introduction to setting, limits, auto cad commands (line, circle, arc,
polygon)
6.2. Edit commands, dimension commands and modify commands

Hands on training:

Learn and use shading and rendering techniques

Draw different surface model with different editing commands

Learn and draw the basic entities in 2D

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Paper Code: AME-105 L T C


Paper: Basics of Mechanical Engineering 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction to thermodynamics:
1.1. Introduction to system, surroundings, States, Work, Heat, Temperature
1.2. Zeroth, 1st, 2nd and 3rd law of thermodynamics
1.3. Problems

2. Power transmission devices:


2.1. Introduction to Power Transmission Methods and Devices
2.2. Belt, Rope, Chain and Gear drives
2.3. Problems

3. Lifting machines:
3.1. Simple lifting machines: working principle
3.2. Mechanical advantage: work and displacement
3.3. Velocity ratio
3.4. Efficiencies of single, double and triple start worm and worm wheel
3.5. Single and double purchase winch crab machine
3.6. Screw jack.

4. Stresses and strains:


4.1. Introduction, Concept & types of Stresses and strains
4.2. Hookes law
4.3. Stress and strain diagrams for elastic materials
4.4. Young Modulus
4.5. Poisson Ratio
4.6. Elastic constants and their relationships.

5. Introduction to NC and CNC machines:


5.1. Introduction to manufacturing systems: NC and CNC machines
5.2. Working and operations of NC and CNC machines

6. Engines:
6.1. Introduction and working principle of two stroke diesel and petrol engine.
6.2. Introduction and working principle of four stroke diesel and petrol engine.

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Paper Code: AEC-101 L T C


Paper: Basics of Electronics 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH: 60 (40;20)

1. Introduction to electronics:
1.1. Define Electronics & its application
1.2. Define Electronic Emission & different types of Emission
1.3. Classification of Solid according to electrical conductivity (Conductor,
Semiconductor & Insulator).
1.4. Introduction of Resistors, Capacitors and inductors.
1.5. Finding equivalent resistance and capacitance in series and parallel.

2. Semiconductor diode:
2.1. Define Rectifier & state its use
2.2. Rectifying diode
2.3. P-type and N-type semiconductor
2.4. PN junction Diode, circuit diagram & its Symbol, PN junction Barrier voltage
2.5. Depletion region, Junction capacitance, Forward & reverse bias & V-I
Characteristics of PN junction diode
2.6. Introduction to Zener Diode
2.7. Zener diode as voltage regulator

1. Introduction to electronics

Define Electronics & its application, Define Electronic Emission & different types of Emission,
Classification of Solid according to electrical conductivity (Conductor, Semiconductor & Insulator).
Introduction of Resistors, Capacitors and inductors. Finding equivalent resistance and capacitance in
series and parallel.

2. SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE

P-type and N-type semiconductor, PN junction Diode, its Symbol, PN junction Barrier voltage,
Depletion region, Junction capacitance, Forward & reverse bias & V-I Characteristics of PN junction
diode. Introduction to Zener Diode, Zener diode as voltage regulator.

3. RECTIFIERS & FILTERS

Introduction to rectifier, Types of Rectifier Half wave rectifier, Full wave rectifier (Bridge & Center
tapped), Circuit operation: Input/output waveforms for voltage & current, Average (dc) value of
current & voltage (no derivation), Ripple, ripple factor, Introduction to filters.

4. TRANSISTORS

Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Basic concept, Define Transistor, Types of transistors: NPN and
PNP and their symbols, Transistor operation, Conventional current flow, relation between different
currents in transistor (Ie, Ic & Ib).

5. Introduction to AMPLIFIERS (CE)

Concept of Amplification, Small signal amplifier , voltage gain, AC Load Line, Function of Input &
Output coupling capacitors, Function of emitter bypass capacitor, AC equivalent circuit of transistor

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CE amplifier (Circuit diagram only), Single stage CE amplifier with voltage divider bias and its
explanation.

6. TRANSDUCERS AND MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Define Transducer, Classify different type of Transducers, Discuss working of Thermocouple & its
application, Explain working of Multimeter and comparison between Analog and Digital Multimeter,
Explain Block diagram of CRO, Measurement (Frequency & Amplitude) & its use, Function
Generators.

3. Rectifiers & filters:


3.1. Introduction to rectifier, Types of Rectifier Half wave rectifier, Full wave
rectifier (Bridge & Center tapped)
3.2. Circuit operation: Input/output waveforms for voltage & current
3.3. Average (dc) value of current & voltage (no derivation)
3.4. Ripple, ripple factor, ripple frequency
3.5. Introduction to filters.

4. Transistors:
4.1. Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Basic concept
4.2. Define Transistor,
4.3. Types of transistors, NPN and PNP and their symbols
4.4. Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT), Basic concept,
4.5. Define Transistor, Types of transistors:
4.6. Transistor operation
4.7. Conventional current flow
4.8. relation between different currents in transistor (Ie, Ic&Ib)

5. Introduction to Amplifiers (CE):


5.1. Concept of Amplification
5.2. Small signal amplifier using BJT power gain
5.3. voltage gain
5.4. AC Load Line
5.5. Function of Input & Output coupling capacitors
5.6. Function of emitter bypass capacitor
5.7. AC equivalent circuit of transistor CE amplifier (Circuit diagram only)
5.8. Single stage CE amplifier with voltage divider bias and its explanation.

6. Transducers and measuring instruments


6.1. Define Transducer, Classify different type of Transducers
6.2. Discuss working of Thermocouple & its application
6.3. Explain working of Multimeter and comparison between Analog and Digital
Multimeter
6.4. Explain Block diagram of CRO
6.5. Measurement (Frequency & Amplitude) & its use.

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Paper Code: AEC-101P L P C


Paper: Basics of Electronics 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

1. Study of basic equipments in lab like CRO, DSO, Function Generator and Multimeter.

2. Calculate equivalent resistance in series and parallel combinations and find relation
between V, I & R.

2. Calculate equivalent Capacitance in series and parallel combinations.

3. Determine the resistance, impedance and inductance of a choke coil.

4. Determine the capacitance and capacitive reactance (Xc) of a unknown Capacitor.

5. To understand and plot the V-I Characteristics of PN junction diode

6. To understand and plot the V-I Characteristics of Zener diode

7. To understand HWR and plot its output waveform.

8. To understand FWR and plot its output waveform.

9. To plot the V-I characteristics of Common Emitter Transistor.

10. To understand various safety measures and Connect and test a fluorescent lamp.

11. Prepare an electrical switch board to control two light points, one plug point, one fan
point and fuse.

12. Measure the Earth Resistance of a pipe Earthling.

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Paper Code: OJT-101 L P C


Paper: On Job Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

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Paper Code: PIT-101 L P C


Paper: Project Oriented Industrial Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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SECOND
SEMESTER

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Paper Code: ALQ-102 L P C


Paper: Industrial best practices 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

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Paper Code: AME-102 L P C


Paper: CAD /CAM 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction to computers:
1.1. Definition of Computer, Computer Applications, Classification Parts of
Computer, Functions, I/O Devices, Computer Peripherals Hardware &
Software, Categories of Software, Operating System, Functions of Operating
Systems, Computer Languages
1.2. DOS: Internal Commands & External Commands Practice Exercise
1.3. Introduction to Windows Operating System Practice Exercise

2. Basics of ms office:
2.1. Exploring MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point)
2.2. One simple project in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point

3. Introduction to CAD:
3.1. Importance of CAD menu selection, begin new drawing, editing existing
drawing and practice simple drawing.
3.2. Co-ordinate system in CAD-absolute, relative and polar

4. Introduction to CAD commands:


4.1. Introduction to utility commands Help, End, Quit, Save, Limits, Units,
Practice
4.2. Introduction to entity draw commands Line, Point Circles, Oops, Undo, Copy,
Move practice
4.3. Introduction to display commands Zoom, Pan, Redraw practice Layers and
its use

5. Various file formats:


5.1. Export of files
5.2. Import of files

6. Orthographic projections continued:


6.1. Exercises on drawing the 3 views of different types of objects in 1st angle
Projection.

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Paper: CAD /CAM 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of practicals:

1. Introduction to CAD.
2. Constraining Geometry Types of geometry constrains, using geometry constrains,
Dimensional constraints Creating Dimension, Modifying Dimensions.
3. Construction Tools Fillet, Offset, Trim / Extend, Mirror, Extrude, Revolve.
4. Local operation Filler / Shell / Draft / Chamfer / Hole, Datum Planes / Datum Axis.
5. Advanced Modeling Techniques Sweep / Blend / Slept Blunt / Variable Section
Sweep, Copy / Pattern.
6. Master Surfacing Creating Surfaces Extrusion / Revolve / Sweep /
Boundary blend, style / extend / offset surface. Manipulation of Surfaces Stitch
surfaces / Extend surfaces / Bridge / Fillet / Offset surfaces / Mid surfaces.
7. Assembly Constrains / Patterns / Creating components within assembly / Cloning
assembling / Substituting components, Detailing Exercises on drawing the 3 views of
different types of objects in 1st angle, Projection
8. Assembly drawing
9. Assembly drawing
10. Assembly drawing

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Paper Code: AME-104 L P C


Paper: Measurements and Meteorology 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction to metrology, measuring instruments and their importance:


1.1 Measurement, aims, methods of measurements, static measurements and time
element in measurement

2. Limits, fits and tolerance:


2.1. Necessity of tolerance in manufacturing system, Limit System normal size,
basic size, actual size, allowance, limits, upper and lower tolerance, unilateral,
bilateral
2.2. Fits and Types of fits
2.3. ISO tolerance 25 fundamental deviations, 18 tolerance grades, symbols
numeral, letter, deviation upper and lower

3. Gauges:
3.1. Gauges: limit gauges, optical gauges, pneumatic gauges and electronic guages,
materials for gauges, gauge tolerance, plug gauge, ring gauge etc.
3.2. Slip gauges Description of slip gauge grade, number of blocks, wringing.

4. Screw thread measurement and surface texture measurement:


4.1. Thread parameters, errors in thread pitch, progressive, periodic, irregular error,
and measurement of various elements pitch diameter
4.2. Use of screw thread micrometer, three wire measurements, selection wire
diameter, necessary calculation.

5. Comparators and measuring instruments:


5.1. Define comparator, classification based on magnification, advantages and
disadvantages.
5.2. Mechanical comparator Types working principles, mechanism etc.
5.3. Optical comparator, electronic comparator working principles, method of
use.
5.4. Measuring instruments used for mass, weight, force and torque.

6. Speed measurement and errors in measurements:


6.1. Introduction, mechanical tachometers, electrical, tachometers, types of
tachometers.
6.2. Measurement error, types, controlle and systematic error, calibration error due
to temperature pressure.
6.3. Calibration of vernier instruments zero errors, parallelism of measuring jaws,
calibration of micrometer, zero setting flatness of measuring jaws.

Suggested Readings:
1. R.K. Jain- Engineering Metrology
2. R.K. Jain- Mechanical & Industrial Measurement
3. M.K. Khare- Dimensional Metrology
4. K.J. Hume- Engineering Metrology
5. M.W. Raman- Quality Control
6. Singh- Industrial Instrumentation & Control

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Paper Code: AME-104P L P C


Paper: Measurements and Meteorology 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

1. Study of Linear Measuring Instruments.

2. Measurement of Taper Angle Using Slips, Rollers & Sine bar


3. Tool Makers Microscope

4. Gear Measurement

5. Thread measurement

6. Measurement and surface finish

7. Machine tool alignment test

8. Profile projector

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Paper Code: AEE-102 L P C


Paper: Fundamentals of Electrical 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction:
1.1. Flow of current.
1.2. Concept of source and load.
1.3. Ohms law and concept of resistance.
1.4. Relation of V, I & R in series and parallel circuit.
1.5. Division of current in parallel circuit.

2. Effects of current in a circuit:


2.1. Effect of power in series & parallel circuit.
2.2. Superposition Theorem, Thevenin Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer
Theorem.
2.3. Kirchhoffs Law.
2.4. Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction
2.5. Flemings Left hand rule and Right hand rule.

3. Magnetic circuits:
3.1. Electricity & Magnetism.
3.2. Magnetic Materials & B-H Curves.
3.3. Permeability, Reluctance.
3.4. Solutions of Simple magnetic Circuits.

4. A.C. Theory:
4.1. Generation of Alternating emf
4.2. Difference between D.C. & A.C.
4.3. Amplitude, instantaneous value, cycle, Time period, frequency, phase angle,
phase difference.
4.4. RMS value, Average value, Amplitude factor & Form factor with Simple
problems.
4.5. Represent AC values in phasor diagrams.
4.6. AC through pure resistance inductance & capacitance

5. Generation of electrical current:


5.1. Various electrical power generating plants (hydroelectric, thermal and nuclear).
5.2. Block diagram of hydro electrical, thermal and nuclear power plant & brief
explanation.

6. Conversion of electrical energy:


6.1. Introduction of dc machines.
6.2. Principle of operation of dc generator, and its classification.
6.3. Emf equation of generator.
6.4. Principle of operation of dc motor and its classification
6.5. Motor equation and simple problem on relation of load current, armature
current and field current

Suggested readings:

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1. Basic Electrical Engineering by T.K. Nagsarkar & M.S. Sukhija


2. ABC of Electrical Engineering by Jain & Jain (Dhanpat Rai Publication).
3. Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering and Electronics by J.B Gupta.
4. Basic Electrical Engineering by V.N. Mittle (TMH).
5. Electrical Technology by Edwar Hughes (Pearson Education, New Delhi).
6. Basic Electrical Engineering by Chakraborty (Mgraw Hill).
7. Basic Electrical Engineering by V.K. Mehata, Rohit Mehata.
8. A Text Book of Electrical Technology Vol. I & II by B.L. Theraja & A.K.Theraja.

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Paper: Fundamentals of Electrical 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List of Practicals:

1. Calculate equivalent resistance in series and parallel combinations and find relation
between voltage, current and resistors.
2. Determine the resistance, impedance and inductance of a choke coil.
3. Determine the capacitance and capacitive reactance (Xc) of a unknown Capacitor.
4. Determine the power factor by direct and indirect methods in AC single phase RLC
series circuit
5. Measure Energy of a single phase A.C. circuit by help of ammeter, voltmeter and
power .
6. Measure Energy of a single phase A.C circuit by help of an energy meter.
7. Start & run a D.C. Motors. (Shunt & Series & Compound).
8. Polarity Test & Transformation ratio of single phase Transformer.
9. Connect and test a fluorescent lamp.

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Paper Code: AME-106P L P C


Paper: Computational 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List for Practicals:


1. Basic commands (info, demo, doc, help, helpbrower, command history, lookfor, quit)
2. Variables and assignment statements
3. Initializing
4. Incrementing
5. Decrementing
6. Variable names
7. Working principle of who, whos, and clear
8. Expressions
9. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of real numbers
10. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of integers
11. Introduction to syntax and semantics.
12. Curve fitting using Method of Least squares.
13. Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation using Gauss- Seidals iteration
method.

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Paper Code: ACE-102P L P C


Paper: Computer Programming 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

1. Basic computer operation


1.1. Identification of different components of Computer
1.2. Switch on and Booting Process
1.3. Shut down, Restart of computer

Hands on training:
Identify the given components of the computer system.
Start, restart and shut down the computer system.

2. Operating System
2.1. Basic Windows OS operations (DESKTOP, ICONS, START BUTTON, TASK
BAR)
2.2. MOUSE OPERATIONS- SINGLE CLICK, RIGHT CLICK, DOUBLE
CLICK, DRAG, MAXIMIZE, MINIMIZE RESTORE
2.3. Windows Explorer, My Computer
2.4. Files and Folders, Copy, Cut, Paste
2.5. Utilities: notepad, paint, calculator etc.

Hands on training:
Create an icon on the desktop with the name Computers. Cut, copy and
paste the folder in D:\.
Create a notepad file with your introduction and save it.
Draw a clown in paint.

3. Ms. Word
3.1. Understanding word processing: Introduction to word processing, menu bar,
3.2. Using help, using icons below menu bar, opening word document, save and
save as option,
3.3. Page settings, formatting of text, text selection, cut copy and paste, font
selection, size of text,
font style, text alignment, bullets and numbering.
3.4. Text manipulation in word: Paragraph and tab setting, paragraph indenting,
changing case,
3.5. concept of table, changing cell width and height, copying of cell, alignment of
text in cell, delete or insertion of rows and columns, table borders
3.6. print preview, print the selected page
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3.7. word art, header and footer, page numbers


3.8. adding picture to the document.

Hands on training:
Write a paragraph with font-size 12, font style- Times New Roman, line spacing
single and justified. Set the paper size with height 11.5 and width 8.5. Set left
and right margin as 1. Use header and footer.
Use bullets and numbering to describe the specification of Lathe Machine.
Create a table to list your educational qualification. Give proper table heading and
use all properties of table.
Write your CV. Insert page numbers. Add your picture on the top right of your CV.

4. Working with internet


4.1. Getting acquainted with Internet connection, Browser, website, URL,
webpage, http, WWW, net browsing
4.2. Creating E-Mail Id, sending and receiving E-mail Chatting

Hands on training:
Connect to internet. Download the subject PDF.
Create your mail ID and send a mail.
Attach a file in e-mail and send it.

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Paper Code: AME-108 L P C


Paper: Basics of Mechatronics 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction to mechatronics
1.1. What is mechatronics, system, measurement system
1.2. Control system, microprocessor based controllers.
1.3. Mechatronics in manufacturing the products.
1.4. Conventional vs Mechatronics.

2. Mechatronics elements
2.1. Introduction, machine structure
2.2. Guide ways-- classification, friction, antifriction guide ways & other guide
ways.
2.3. Drive systemServo principle, servo motors, drive optimization, Drive
Protection, selection criteria for drives, power supply for CNC, electric Panel
cooling.
2.4. Mechanical transmission system
2.5. Mechanism to convert rotary motion to the linear motion.
2.6. Torque transmitting elements.
2.7. Spindle bearing, antifriction bearing hydrostatic bearing and hydrodynamic
bearing.
2.8. Direct and indirect measuring system.

3. Assembly technique.
3.1. Introduction, guide ways- Lm guide ways, tychoways, rolling elements,
Aerostatic & Hydrostatic guide waysthe assembly precautions.
3.2. Ball screw & nutassembly technique alignment, fitting and displacement.
3.3. Feedback elementspreferred linear scale assembly, incremental encoder,
Assembly care of mounting of proximity switch.
3.4. Spindle bearingsgeneral assembly precautions, misalignment, noise and
vibrations.

4. Data presentation system.


4.1. Loading and data presentation elements.
4.2. Magnetic recordings & data acquisition system.
4.3. Displays.
4.4. Data acquisition systems.

5. Actuation system.
5.1. Pneumatics & Hydraulics system.
5.2. Cylinders.
5.3. Process control valves.
5.4. Examples of fluid control system rotary actuators.
5.5. Mechanical system
5.6. Types of motionfreedom and constraints LoadingQRM
5.7. Camsgear trains-Ratchet & pawl.
5.8. Bearingsplain journal bearingBall & roller bearingselection of bearing.
5.9. Mechanical aspects of motor selectionmoment of inertia Torque.
5.10. Electrical systems

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5.11. Mechanical switchessolid state switches.


5.12. Control of D.C motorsstepper motor control.

6. Motion control & rotational drives.


6.1. Linear systemspneumatics rams rod & rod less type.
6.2. Electrical actuators
6.3. Solenoid & other forms of electrical actuators.
6.4. Pneumatic motors, continuous and limited rotations.
6.5. Hydraulic motors, continuous and limited rotations.

Suggested Readings:

1. System design Devdas Shetty & Richard A.Kolk PWS Publication


2. Mechatronics - Electronics control systems in Mechanical Engineering W.Bolton
(Pearson)
3. Mechatronics HMT (TMH)
4. Mechatronics -- Prof. C.R.Venkataramana, Sapna Book House
5. Mechatronics -- Electronics in product & processBradley, Dawson, Burd and
Loader 6.Introduction to mechatronics & measuring system.Alciatore (TMH).
6. Machine DesignHall
7. Mechatronics Principles, concept & ApplicationsMahalik (TMH).
8. Pneumatic system principle & maintenance Majumdar

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Paper Code: AME-108P L P C


Paper: Basics of Mechatronics 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of practicals:

1. To synergies the combination of mechanical, electronics, control engineering and


computer.
2. Providing a focused oratory environment to the engineering students to apply and
absorb Mechatronics concepts.
3. To provide a common ground where students could perform experimental study
regarding fundamental sequence control by utilizing various sensors and actuators.
4. The oratory is designed to assist the students in the development of hands-on
skills with an emphasis on hardware architecture and multidisciplinary systems.
5. To introduce basic concepts in electrical measurements.
6. To introduce the principles of signal conditioning and displaying.
1.

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Paper Code: OJT-102 L P C


Paper: On Job Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: PIT-102 L P C


Paper: Project Oriented Industrial Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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THIRD
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Paper Code: AEC-201 L T C


Paper: Digital and Power Electronics 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction:
1.1. Logic Levels and Pulse Waveforms
1.2. Elements and Functions of Digital Logic
1.3. Digital Integrated Circuits
1.4. Inverter
1.5. AND, OR, NAND, NOR , Gate Propagation Delay Time, Power Dissipation
Norse Immunity
1.6. Fan In & Out, Loading Considerations
1.7. AND OR Logic AOL Logic, XOR Logic, Universal Properly of NAND and
NOR Logic Hall and Full Adders
1.8. Decoders and Encoders Multiplexers and De-multiplexers

2. Number System and Codes:


2.1 Decimal, Binary, Octal Hexadecimal Numbers
2.2 9s & 10s Complements
2.3 1s & 2s Complements
2.4 Conversion of Number Systems, BCD Code
2.5 Digital Codes ,Gray, Excess-3 Alphanumeric Codes, ASCH, EBCDIC Codes

3. Boolean Algebra and Latches:


3.1 Boolean Operations, Logic Expressions
3.2 Rules and Laws of Boolean Algebra DE Morgans Theorem
3.3 Simplifications of Boolean Expressions, Karnaugh Map
3.4 Latches, Different Types of Latches, Latch Operation
3.5 Flip Flops, Different Types of Flip Flops, Flip Flops Operations, Operating
Characteristics, Applications of Flip Flops.

4. Power Semi-Conductor Devices


4.1 Study of switching devices
4.2 Diode, SCR,TRIAC, GTO, BJT, MOSFET, IGBT-Static and Dynamic
characteristics, Triggering and commutation circuit for SCR
4.3 Design of Driver and Snubber circuit.

5. DC to AC and AC to DC Converter
5.1 Step-down and step-up chopper, Control strategy
5.2 Forced commutated chopper
5.3 Voltage commutated, Current commutated, Load commutated,
5.4 Switched mode regulators
5.5 Buck, boost, buck- boost converter,
5.6 Introduction to Resonant Converters
5.7 Single phase and Three phase AC voltage controllers
5.8 Control strategy, Power Factor Control, Multistage sequence control
5.9 Single phase and three phase cyclo converters
5.10 Introduction to Matrix converters.

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6. Inverters
6.1 Single phase and three phase voltage source inverters (both 1200 mod and
1800 mode)
6.2 Voltage & harmonic control
6.3 WM techniques: Sinusoidal PWM, modified sinusoidal PWM - multiple PWM
6.4 Introduction to space vector modulation
6.5 Current source inverter

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Paper Code: AEE-201 L T C


Paper: Electrical Machines & Drives 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. D.C. Machines:
1.1. Constructional features
1.2. Principles of operation
1.3. EMF equation Voltage build up phenomenon in a D.C. shunt generator,
1.4. characteristics of different types of generators.
1.5. Principle of operation of DC motor, back emf,
1.6. Speed and torque equation,
1.7. Various characteristics of different motors

2. A.C. Machines:
2.1. Constructional features
2.2. Concept of revolving magnetic field, and principle of operation of Three phase
induction motors
2.3. Torque slip characteristics and power flow in induction motors
2.4. Induction motor as a transformer, equivalent circuit.

3. Three Phase synchronous Machine:


3.1. Constructional features EMF equation.
3.2. Armature reaction of synchronous generator
3.3. Voltage regulation of generators
3.4. Phasor diagrams and equivalent circuits of synchronous machine
3.5. Starting methods and principle of operation of synchronous
3.6. Constructional features EMF equation.

4. Single phase induction motors:


4.1. Double revolving field theory
4.2. Different types of single phase induction motors
4.3. Characteristics and typical applications
4.4. Stepper motors, hysteresis motor
4.5. Servo motors
4.6. AC series motor and Universal motor and their applications to mechanical
systems.

5. Dynamics of Electric Drives:


5.1. Types of loads
5.2. Quadrant diagram of speed time characteristics
5.3. Basic and modified characteristics of dc and ac motors
5.4. Equalization of load
5.5. Steady state stability
5.6. Calculation of time and energy loss
5.7. Control of electric drives, modes of operation, speed control and drive
classifications, closed loop, control of drives.

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6. Induction Motor Drives:


6.1. Three phase induction motor starting
6.2. Braking
6.3. Transient analysis
6.4. Speed control from stator and rotor side
6.5. Stator voltage control
6.6. Variable frequency control from voltage sources and current sources
6.7. Static rotor resistance control, slip power recovery, static scherbius and static
kramer drive.

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Paper Code: AEE-201P L P C


Paper: Electrical Machines & Drives 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of practicals:

1. To obtain magnetization characteristics of DC shunt generator and determine critical


field resistance and critical speed.

2. To perform load test on DC shunt generator and determine the characteristics

3. To perform speed control of DC shunts motor by field and armature control.

4. To perform Open circuit and short circuit tests on single phase transformer for
parameter estimation of the transformer.

5. Load equalization by flywheel for intermittent duty loads

6. Comparison of various braking methods and their range of braking for induction
motor.

7. To study single-phase cyclo-converter feeding R and RL loads.


8. Closed loop speed control of 4 DC motor drive.

9. Single phase thyristorised full converter fed closed loop speed control of DC motor
drive.

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Paper Code: AME-201P L P C


Paper: Computer Aided Design 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List of practicals:

1. Constraining Geometry

Types of geometry constrains

Dimensional constraints

2. Construction Tools

Fillet,

Offset,

Trim / Extend,

Mirror.

3. Construction Features

Extrude,

Revolve.

4. Local operation

Filler
Shell
Draft
Chamfer
Hole
5. Datum

Datum Planes

Datum Axis.

6. Master Surfacing Creating Surfaces

Extrusion

Revolve

Boundary blend s

extend

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offset surface

Manipulation of Surfaces Stitch surfaces / Extend surfaces / Bridge / Fillet /


Offset surfaces / Mid surfaces.

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Paper Code: AEC-205 L P C


Paper: Sensors and PLC 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

14. Study of PLC.


15. Implement AND, OR, NAND and NOR function using PLC ladder.
16. Implement XOR and X-NOR function using PLC ladder.
17. Implement 4:1 MUX by using PLC ladder.
18. Implement an annunciator by using PLC ladder.
19. Make a ladder diagram to control the water level in a tank.
20. Implement a ON-DELAY timer by using PLC ladder.
21. Implement a UP-counter by using a PLC ladder.
22. Study of DCS.

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Paper Code: AEC-203 L T C


Paper: Fundamentals of Control Systems 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Control system-Introduction:
1.1. Introduction to control system,
1.2. Close loop and open loop systems, examples,
1.3. Temperature control, traffic control, numeric control
1.4. General block diagram of a control system, transfer function
1.5. Effect of disturbance, transfer function of op amp
1.6. Introduction to Laplace transfer pairs.
2. Components of control systems:
2.1. Components of control systems, potentiometer.
2.2. Synchro and synchro transmitter.
2.3. Controllers - two position controllers, preparation of controllers, analysis.
2.4. Integrated controllers, electronic pid controllers.
3. Time and frequency response analysis:
3.1. Time response, test signals, order of system.
3.2. Step response of first order lag element, examples.
3.3. Step response of first order lead element, examples.
3.4. Step response of second order element.
3.5. Frequency response - advantages, gain and phase, frequency domain
specification.
3.6. Frequency response of 1st order lag elements.
3.7. Frequency response of 1st lead elements.
3.8. Frequency response of 2nd order elements.
3.9. Bode transfer function factors.
4. Sequence control and programmable controller:
4.1. Logic control and sequencing logic, logic control elements.
4.2. Ladder logic diagrams, programmable controller.
5. Control devices
5.1. Electro hydraulic control devices.
5.2. Flapper controlled electro hydraulic servo valve.
5.3. Proportional solenoid controlled electro dynamic valve.
5.4. Electro pneumatic proportional controls.
5.5. Direct proportional controls for pressure and flow.
5.6. Pulse width modulation control of solenoid valves.
5.7. Control of electric drives, diodes, thyristors, gto, triac, power transistors, power
mosfets, igbt, smart power devices.
6. Modulation and demodulation:
6.1. Modulation types - amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, pulse
modulation.
6.2. Demodulation - Necessity, Essentials.

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Paper Code: AEC-203P L P C


Paper: Fundamentals of Control Systems 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of Practicals:

1. Comparison of open loop & closed loop control in speed control of D.C. motor & to
find the transfer function.
a. To study the characteristics of positional error detector by angular displacement
of two servo potentiometers
i. study synchro transmitter in terms of position v/s phase and voltage
magnitude with a. excited with dc
b. excited with ac
2. To respect to rotor voltage magnitude /phase.
3. To study remote position indicator systems using synchro transmitter/receiver.
4. To plot speed- torque curves for ac servomotor for different voltages.
5. To study ac motor position control system & to plot the dynamic response & calculate
peak time, settling time, peak overshoot, damping frequency, steady state error etc.
6. To study the time response of simulated linear systems.
7. To study the performance of PID Controller.
8. Plot impulse response, unit step response, unit ramp response of any 2nd order transfer
function on same graph using MAT.
9. To draw the magnetization (Volt Amps) characteristics of the saturable core reactor
used in the magnetic amplifier circuits.
10. Plot root locus for any 2nd order system (with complex poles). For Mp=30%, find the
value of K using MAT.
11. To design lead-lag compensator for the given process using Bode plots in MAT.

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Paper Code: AME-203 L T C


Paper: Robotics and Machine Vision System 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction Robotics:
1.1 Background, Progressive advancement in robotics, development, Definition
of robot, Law of robotics
1.2 Robot anatomy - Anatomy, Links, joints and joint notation scheme,
Configuration, DOF, degree of freedom required in a manipulator, joint
drive system, arm configuration, wrist configuration
1.3 End effectors - Definition, classification of end effectors, Grippers -
mechanical grippers - types, magnetic grippers, vacuum & adhesive
gripper, consideration in gripper selection and designing
1.4 Work cell, work envelope, work volume
1.5 Specifications of robots and safety measure in robotics

2. Robot motion & control and coordinate frames, mapping, transforms:


2.1. Introduction to manipulator kinematics, homogeneous transformations and
robot kinematics, manipulator path control.
2.2. Coordinate frames - mapping, mapping between rotated frames, Mapping
between translated frames, mapping between rotated and translated frames.
2.3. Description of objects in space, transformation of vectors - rotation of vectors,
translation of vectors, combined rotation and translation of vectors, composite
transformation.
2.4. Inverting a homogenous transform
2.5. Fundamental rotation matrices - principal axes rotation, fixed angle,
Representation, Euler angle representation, Equivalent angle axis
representation.
3. Manipulators kinematics:
3.1. Introduction, link description, link connection description
3.2. Convention for affixing frames to links, manipulator kinematics
3.3. Actuator space, joint space and Cartesian space
3.4. Kinematics of two industrial robot - example
3.5. Frames with standard names, where is the tool
3.6. Computational considerations.
4. Inverse manipulator kinematics:
4.1. Introduction, solvability, notation of manipulator subspace when n < 6
4.2. Algebraic vs. geometric, algebraic solution by reduction to polynomial.
4.3. Piper's solutions when three axes intersect, example of inverse Manipulator
kinematics.
4.4. Standard frames, solving a manipulator, repeatability and accuracy,
computational considerations.
5. Control of manipulators:
5.1. Linear controls of manipulators - introduction, feedback and closed loop
control,
5.2. Second order linear systems, control of second order systems, control law
partitioning, trajectory following control, disturbance rejection, continuous vs.

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discrete time control, modeling and control of a single joint, architecture of an


industrial robot controller.
5.3. Nonlinear controls of manipulators - introduction, nonlinear and Time- varying
systems, Multi-input, Multi-output control systems, the control problems of
manipulators, practical consideration, present industrial robot control systems,
Iyapunov stability analysis, Cartesian-based control systems, adaptive control.
5.4. Force control of manipulators - introduction, application of industrial robots to
assembly tasks, a framework for control in partially constrained tasks, the
hybrid position / force control scheme, present industrial robot control
schemes.
6. MACHINE VISION, IMPLEMENTATION PRINCIPLE AND ISSUES AND
ROBOT APPLICATION
Introduction to machine vision, the sensing and digitizing function in machine
vision.
Image processing and analysis, training and vision system.
Plant survey to identify potential applications, selection of the best applications
and selection of the robot.
Robot applications - material handling, processing operations, Assembly and
inspection, capabilities of robots, obstacle avoidance.

7. ROBOT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE AND SYSTEMS.


Introduction, method of robot programming, lead through programming
methods, a robot program as a path in space, Motion interpolation, wait,
signal and delay commands, branching, capabilities and limitations of lead
through methods.
Three levels of robot, programming - characteristics of Robot level languages,
characteristics of task level languages, concluding remarks.
A sample application, requirements of a robot programming language.
An example application coded in the three RPLs, problems peculiar to robot
programming language.
8. ROBOT - OFF LINE PROGRAMMING SYSTEMS.
Introduction, central issues in OLP systems.
Cimstation, automating subtasks in OLP systems.
9. ROBOT INTELLIGENCE AND TASKS PLANNING.
Introduction, state space speech, problem reduction, use of predicate logic.
Goals of AI research, AI techniques, LISP programming, AI & Robotics, LISP
in the factory, Means - Ends analysis, problem solving.
Robot learning, task planning, basic problem in task planning, expert system
and knowledge engineering.
Reference Books:
1. Introduction to Robotics - John. J. Craig
2. Robotics- K.S. Fu, R.C. Gonzalez, C.S.G. Lee
3. Industrial Robotics- Mikell P. Groover, Mitchell Weiss, Roger N. Nagel,
Nicholar, G. Odrey

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4. Automation Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing-


Mikell P. Groover, Mitchell Weiss, Roger N. Nagel, Nicholar, G. Odrey
5. Robotics and control-R.K. Mittal, I.J. Nagrath
6. Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation - S.R. Deb

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Paper: Robotics and Machine Vision System 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

1. Study of robotic arm, end effectors and its configuration and introduction to any
software (such as workspace) used to simulate or program a robot;
2. Program / simulate a robot for moving on a path;
3. Program / simulate a robot for pick and place operation;
4. Program / simulate a robot for welding operation;
5. Program / simulate a robot for water jet machining;
6. Program / simulate a robot for saving it from striking any other object in workspace;
7. Program / simulate two robots working together;
8. Make a 3R robot and simulate its motion.
9. Use a microcontroller to program simple toy robot / model robot (Lego Mindstorm
EV3)
10. Micro controller program to use different sensors and further move toy robot(s) /
model robot;
11. Use MAT to program numericals (Robot Arm kinematics) taught in class.
12. Use MAT for the study of kinematic and dynamics of 3R robots.
13. Demos of a real robot; Introduce Simulink 3D animation. inSimMechanics of
MAT.

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Paper Code: AME-205 L T C


Paper: Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1.Introduction to Rapid Manufacturing, Customization and Mass Customization,


Classification of Rapid Manufacturing Processes (Additive/Subtractive/Formative),Process
Chain for Additive and Other Rapid Manufacturing Processes.

2. Data Formats for additive and Other Rapid Manufacturing Processes and associated details,
Data Conversion for Layered/additive manufacturing and Associated Difficulties, Data
Conversion for Layered/additive manufacturing and Associated Difficulties, Data Validity
Checks for Layered Manufacturing

3. Slicing Algorithms and related details, Part Deposition Orientation and its Importance ,
Direct Slicing and STEP related Details, Data Format (STEP) and its details related non
layered manufacturing processes

4. Classification of additive (layered) prototyping/tooling/manufacturing processes and some


introduction, Fused Deposition Modelling of Polymers, Ceramics and Metals, Extruder
deposition System , Laminated Object Manufacturing and Laminated Tooling Systems,
Shaped Deposition Manufacturing and Modular configuration, Stereoolithography and other
liquid based systems, Laser Sintering based technologies and their related details

5. 3D printing, Direct Metal Deposition/3D welding; Laser/Electron Beam melting based


technologies, Silicon Rubber Moulding, Metal Arc Spray System and other RT processes,
Rapid Manufacturing Processes: Subtractive, Rapid Manufacturing Processes: Formative,
Process selection, Applications and Case studies

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Paper: Rapid Prototyping and 3D Printing 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

Students will develop knowledge of the tool characteristics, best practices, maintenance,
consumables/materials and tool tendencies Students will be equipped with the skills to predict
which tool is best for the production of a specific object/artifact. Students will demonstrate the
skills necessary to operate a suite of
1. Additive technologies tools using CAD design 3D objects,
2. To be fabricated on each of the tools.
3. Tools will include: powder printing, stereolithography,
4. FDM (fused deposition modeling),
5. Polyjet printing and laser sintering.

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Paper Code: AME-207 L T C


Paper: Condition Monitoring and non Destructive Testing 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction, Principles, Economics and Application; Condition Monitoring Methods. Economics


of Condition Monitoring, Setting up aCM Activity, Implementation of Condition Based
Maintenance,Consequences of implementation of CBM. Information System,Selection of
Monitoring Methods, Assessment of monitoring techniques,Case studies.

2. Vibration Monitoring and analysisIntroduction, Machinery signatures, Selection of Transducers.


AnalysisTechniques, Machine failure modes, Measurement location, Vibration severitycriteria,
Vibration frequency analysis. Permanent Monitoring, Case studies.(06 Hrs)3. Vibration
Monitoring of ball and roller bearingsIntroduction, Shock pulse method, SPM for testing
Antifriction bearings, ManualMonitoringContinuous monitoring, The Kurtosis method, Fiber
optics system, Vibrationsignature analysis, Contact resistance method, Case studies. SPM and
itsApplications. (06

3. Non-Destructive testingIntroduction, Visual testing, Liquid Penetrate inspection, Water-


washablemethod. Precleaning, Penetrant application, Dwell time, Excess surfacepenetrateremoval,
Surface drying, Developer application, Interpretation, Postemulsifiable

4. penetrants, Solvent-Soluble penetrants.Radiographic examination, X-ray Apparatus, X-ray


generation, Tube shielding,Control console, Other X-ray sources, Electrostatic or Ven De
Graffgenerators,Linear accelerators. Gamma-ray Radiography- Sources-Radium, Thallium
170,Iridium 192, Cobalt 62. Isotope Projectors-Geometric factors, Radiographicfilm, Radiograph.
Safety Hazards and Government control; Cost.Sonics, Ultra Sonics, Pulse echo technique,
Transmission technique, Resonancetechnique, Frequency modulation techniques. (07 Hrs)

5. Specialized techniques of condition monitoringAcoustic imaging, Ultra sonic triangulation fault


location Acoustic emissiontechnique (AET)- Instrumentation, Transducers, Preamplifier and filter,
Main amplifier andSignal processing/ Display unit, Signals and processing, Magnetictesting
Methods, Current flow Magnetisation, Induction Magnetic Flow Method,Induction Threading bar
method, Induction Magnetising Coil method, InducedCurrent flow method, Magnetic particle
Inspection Inks, Strippable Magneticfilm, Eddy Current apparatus,Thermography-Thermographic
Equipment, Application of Thermography,Corrosion monitoring, Need for corrosion monitoring,
Fields of application,Monitoring Techniques, Resistance techniques.Other probe techniques-
Analytical technique and others. (07 Hrs)

6. Performance Trend monitoringIntroduction, Thermodynamic and Fluid dynamic analysis, Primary


andSecondary, performance parameter, Steam turbine performance parameters,Case examples.(06
Hrs)7. Mechanical Fault Diagnosis By Wears Monitoring & LubricantAnalysisIntroduction,
Source of Contamination, Significant oil contaminants, Used oilContamination-time trends,
Changes in the carrier fluid, Ferratic wear debris.Wear process monitoring techniques- Direct
debris detection methods, Debriscollection methods.Lubricant sampling & analysis-Sampling,
Lubricant sampling methods,Lubricant analysis methods, Interpretation of results, Indications from
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analysis of debris, Wear detection using proximitymonitors, Case examples. (08 Hrs)8. Condition
Monitoring case Studies & ApplicationsFailure of fan bearings- History of failures, Analysis of the
failures, Solution.High frequency vibration of gas compressor-History of trouble, Analysis
of trouble, Solution. Monitoring of cracks in rotors- Turbocompressor misalignment. Detection of
faulty electrical components. Turbine shelldistortion. Symptoms and Detections.

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Paper Code: AEC-207 L P C


Paper: Virtual Instrumentation 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

1. Basic arithmetic operations

2. boolean operations

3. Sum of n numbers using for loop

4. Factorial of a give number using for loop

5. Sum of n natural numbers using while loop

6. Sum of n natural numbers using while loop

7. Sorting even numbers using while loop in an array

8. . Array maximum and minimum

9. Bundle and unbundle cluster

10. Flat and stacked sequence

11. Application using formula node

12. Median filter

13. Discrete cosine transform

14. Convolution of two signals

15. Windowing technique

16. Instrumentation of an amplifier to acquire an ecg signal

17. . Acquire, analyse and present an eeg using virtual instrumentation

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Paper Code: OJT-AM201 L P C


Paper: On Job Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr:
90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: PIT-AM201 L P C


Paper: Project Oriented Industrial Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr:
90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: AEC-202 L T C


Paper: Automotive Instrumentation and Embedded System 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction:
1.1. Current trends in automobiles with emphasis on increasing role of electronics
and software
1.2. Overview of generic automotive control ECU functioning
1.3. Overview of typical automotive subsystems and components
1.4. AUTOSAR. typical automotive subsystems and components.

2. Automotive standards and protocols:


2.1. Automotive standards like CAN protocol, Lin protocol, flex ray, OBD-II, CAN
FD, automotive Ethernet etc.
2.2. Automotive standards like MISRA, functional safety, standards (ISO 26262)

3. System design and energy management:


3.1. BMS (battery management system)
3.2. FCM (fuel control module)
3.3. Principles of system design, assembly process of automotives and
instrumentation systems.

4. Introduction to Microcontroller:
4.1. Overview Of 8051 Microcontroller,pin description,registers,I/O ports,memory
organization
4.2. 8051 addressing modes, Instructions set, Instruction and simple programs
4.3. 8051 assembly language programming, Development system and tools,
Software simulators of 8051.

5. Introduction to peripheral interface controllers:


5.1. (PIC),PIC 16F87X ARCHITECTURE, Pin diagram, memory organization, I/O
ports
5.2. Addressing modes, Instruction set,features(RISC processors), Harvard
architecture, Power on reset feature
5.3. Watch dog timer, SLEEP mode, Interrupt handling capability
5.4. Programming of PIC microcontroller.

6. Introduction:
6.1. Categories, over view of embedded system, Architecture, special features,
recent trends
6.2. Hard ware Architecture, Software Architecture
6.3. Programming for embedded system, Real time operating systems, Architecture
of Kennel

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Paper Code: AME-202 L T C


Paper: Automotive Safety 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. Introduction:
1.1. Design of the body for safety, energy equation, engine location
1.2. Deceleration of vehicle inside passenger compartment
1.3. Deceleration on impact with stationary and movable obstacle
1.4. Concept of crumble zone, safety sandwich construction.

2. Safety concepts:
2.1. Active safety: driving safety, conditional safety, perceptibility safety, operating
safety
2.2. Passive safety: exterior safety, interior safety, deformation behavior of vehicle
body
2.3. Speed and acceleration characteristics of passenger compartment on impact.

3. Safety equipments:
3.1. Seat belt, regulations, automatic seat belt tightener system,
3.2. Collapsible steering column, tiltable steering wheel
3.3. Air bags, electronic system for activating air bags, bumper design for safety

4. Collision warning and avoidance:


4.1. Collision warning system, causes of rear end collision
4.2. Frontal object detection, rear vehicle object detection system
4.3. Object detection system with braking system interactions

5. Comfort and convenience system:


5.1. Steering and mirror adjustment,
5.2. Central locking system, Garage door opening system,
5.3. Tyre pressure control system, rain sensor system
5.4. Environment information system

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Paper: Automotive Safety 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: AME-204 L P C


Paper: Plant Maintenance and Building Automation 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: AME-206 L T C


Paper: Application of Mechatronics in Automobiles 3 2
and its Maintenance
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. INTRODUCTION TO MECHATORNICS
1.1. Need for Mechatronics in Industries - Benefits
1.2. Mechatronics approach - Challenges before R&D in Mechatronics, Advanced
approaches in Mechatronics.

2. PRINCIPLES OF MODELING & SIMULATION


2.1. Introduction - Model categories.
2.2. FIELDS OF APPLICATION - Bottom up design - Top down design
Relationship of design strategies to modeling - Modeling for the
specification - Modeling for the design.
2.3. MODEL DEVELOPMENT - Structural modeling - Physical modeling -
Experimental modeling.
2.4. Model verification - Model validation - Model simplification.
2.5. SIMULATORS & SIMULATION - Circuit - Logic Multi-body - Block
Diagram - Finite element and Software simulation.

3. BASIC SYSTEM MODELS & SYSTEM MODELS


3.1. Mathematical models.
3.2. Mechanical system building blocks.
3.3. Electrical system building blocks.
3.4. Fluid system building blocks.
3.5. Engineering systems.
3.6. Rotational - translational systems.
3.7. Electro mechanical systems.
3.8. Hydraulic - Mechanical systems.

4. MODELING & SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS


4.1. Simulation & Block diagrams
4.2. Analogies and Impedance diagrams
4.3. Electrical systems
4.4. Mechanical translational systems
4.5. Mechanical rotational systems
4.6. Electro Mechanical Systems
4.7. Fluid systems

5. ADVANCED APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN


5.1. Sensors for condition monitoring
5.2. Mechatronic control in automated manufacturing.
5.3. Artificial intelligence in mechatronics.
5.4. Fuzzy logic applications in mechatronics.
5.5. Micro sensors in mechatronics.

6. BOND GRAPHS (20 - SIM)


6.1. Simple models to be developed and simulated by trainees

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Suggested readings:

1. Electronics - W. Bolton (Pearsons)


2. Electronics control systems in Mechanical Engineering (Pearson)
3. Mechatronics- HMT (TMH)
4. Mechatronics- Prof. C.R. Venkataramana (Sapna Book House)
5. Mechatronics- D.A. Bradley, D. Dawson, N.C. Burd, A.J. Loader
6. Mechatronics system design- Devdas Shetty & Richard A Kolk (PWS Publications)

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Paper Code: AME-208 L P C


Paper: Non Destructive Testing 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (60:30)

List of practicals:

1. To perform die penetrant test for a given specimen.

2. TO perform X ray test on the given specimen.

3. To perform ultra-sonic test

4. To perform magnetic particle testing

5. To perform infrared testing

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Paper Code: AME-210 L P C


Paper: CNC 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List of practicals:

1. CNC Manual Part Programming (Milling)


2. CNC Manual Part Programming (Turning and Milling)
3. CNC Parametric Part Programming
4. Automatic Programming (CAM)
5. CAM-CNC Programming (Milling)
6. CAM-CNC Programming (Turning)
7. PLC Programming (Introduction)
8. PLC Programming (Application)
9. CNC-PLC & PLC Programming
10. Modeling of Systems and Command Generation (XY Table, Servo Trainer)
11. PID Control of Systems and Command Generation (XY Table, Servo Trainer)
12. AC Motor Principles

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Paper Code: AME-212P L P C


Paper: Computational II 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List of Practicals:

1. Introduction to syntax and semantics.


2. Curve fitting using Method of Least squares.
3. Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation using Gauss- Seidals iteration
method.
4. Solution of algebraic and transcendental equation using Finite difference method.
5. Numerical integration using Trapezoidal Rule & Simpsons one third rule.
6. Solution of ordinary differential equations using Runge-Kutta method.
7. Calculation of probability using probability distributions.
8. Calculation of correlation coefficient.
9. Calculation of Numerical measures such as mean, variance, Skewness & Kurtosis.
10. Estimation of mean & variance using sampling & Hypothesis.
11. Calculation of Rank Correlation.
12. Analysis of samples using ANOVA.

Requirements:

Mat simulator r2013A

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Paper Code: OJT-AM204 L P C


Paper: On Job Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: PIT-AM204 L P C


Paper: Project Oriented Industrial Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: AME-301 L T C


Paper: Design of Mechatronics 3 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. INTRODUCTION TO MECHATORNICS SYSTEM DESIGN


1.1. Need for Mechatronics in Industries - Benefits
1.2. Mechatronics approach - Challenges before R&D in Mechatronics.
1.3. Integrated design issues in Mechatronics - Mechatronics key elements
1.4. The Mechatronics design process.
1.5. Advanced approaches in Mechatronics.

2. PRINCIPLES OF MODELING & SIMULATION


2.1. Introduction - Model categories.
2.2. FIELDS OF APPLICATION - Bottom up design - Top down design
Relationship of design strategies to modeling - Modeling for the specification -
Modeling for the design.
2.3. MODEL DEVELOPMENT - Structural modeling - Physical modeling -
Experimental modeling.
2.4. Model verification - Model validation - Model simplification.
2.5. SIMULATORS & SIMULATION - Circuit - Logic Multi-body - Block
Diagram Finite element and Software simulation.

3. BASIC SYSTEM MODELS & SYSTEM MODELS


3.1. Mathematical models.
3.2. Mechanical system building blocks.
3.3. Electrical system building blocks.
3.4. Fluid system building blocks.
3.5. Engineering systems.
3.6. Rotational - translational systems.
3.7. Electro mechanical systems.
3.8. Hydraulic - Mechanical systems.

4. MODELING & SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL SYSTEMS


4.1. Simulation & Block diagrams
4.2. Analogies and Impedance diagrams
4.3. Electrical systems
4.4. Mechanical translational systems
4.5. Mechanical rotational systems
4.6. Electro Mechanical Systems
4.7. Fluid systems

5. ADVANCED APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONICS SYSTEM DESIGN


5.1. Sensors for condition monitoring
5.2. Mechatronic control in automated manufacturing.
5.3. Artificial intelligence in mechatronics.
5.4. Fuzzy logic applications in mechatronics.
5.5. Micro sensors in mechatronics.

6. BOND GRAPHS (20 - SIM)

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Paper: Design of Mechatronics 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

List of practicals:

1. Identification and familiarization of the following components: resistors, inductors,


capacitors, diodes, transistors, LEDs. Familiarization with the following
components: CRO, transformer, function generator, millimeter , power supply.
2. Familiarization with the following electrical machines: Induction motors, DC motors,
synchronous motors, single phase motors.
3. Familiarization with the following mechanical components: gears, gear train, bearings,
couplings, tachometer
4. To study and design the PN junction diode and its use as half wave and full wave
rectifier.
5. To design a voltage regulator using zener diode. Discuss the behavior of the regulator
for various loads.
6. To verify truth tables of various logic gates and flip flops.
7. To study various sensors and transducers and compare with ideal characteristics.
8. To measure the characteristics of LVDT using linear displacement trainer kit.
9. To study the various components of electro pneumatic trainer kit and perform a set of
experiments as follows:
a. To study the flow control valve.
b. Speed control of double acting cylinder.
c. To study operation of single acting cylinder through single pilot operated 3/2 way
valve.
d. To develop OR logic by using pneumatic components.
e. To develop AND logic by using pneumatic components.
f. To study 5/2 way double solenoid direction control valve.
10. To familiarize with PLC working on PLC trainer kits.
11. Students can perform experiments on PLC kits (PC WORKS and TWINCAT
Software) as given below:
a. To switch ON any digital output from one input.
b. To ADD, SUBTRACT, DIVIDE, and MULTIPLY two inputs.
c. To MOVE any value to other value.
d. To check greater value from two inputs.
e. To check lesser value from two inputs.
f. To check two inputs are equal.
g. To complement the input.
h. To check the input1 is greater than or equal to input 2.
i. To check the input1 is lesser than or equal to input 2.
j. To switch ON any output till time it is not forced.
k. To switch ON one output through two inputs.
l. To run the motor through the soft starter.

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Paper Code: ALQ-301 L T C


Paper: Entrepreneurship Development 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

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Paper Code: ALQ-303 L T C


Paper: Leadership and Quality management 2 2
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Paper Code: ACE-301P L P C


Paper: Computational -III 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: AME-303 L T C


Paper: Application of Mechatronics 3 2
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Paper Code: OJT-AM301 L P C


Paper: On Job Training 2 1
Final Exam Duration: Practical: 4 Hrs Max. Marks: Pr: 90 (20;20)

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Paper Code: PIT-AM301 L P C


Paper: Industrial Project ( Minor) 2 1
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SEMESTER

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Paper: Foreign Language 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

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Paper: Foreign Language 2 1
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Paper Code: ALQ-302 L T C


Paper: Corporate Ethics and Moral Values 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

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Paper Code: ALQ-304 L T C


Paper: Project Management 2 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

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Paper Code: AME-302 L T C


Paper: Applied Mechatronics 3 2
Final Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Max. Marks: TH:60 (40;20)

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Power Electronics Vs Linear Electronics
1.3. Scope & Applications

2. POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES


2.1. Introduction
2.2. Basic Structure, Characteristics, Operation, Limitations Power Diodes
2.3. BJTs & MOSFETs Thyristors, GTOs IGBTs

3. ELECTRICAL VS MAGNETIC CIRCUITS


3.1. Introduction
3.2. Electric Circuits - Steady State Response.
3.3. Magnetic Circuits.
3.4. Flux and Flux Density.
3.5. Amperes Law, Right Hand Rule, Faradays Law.

4. UNCONTROLLED RECTIFIERS
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Rectifiers Concepts.
4.3. Single Phase & Three Phase Rectifiers & Comparison.

5. PHASE CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS


5.1. Introduction
5.2. Thyristor Circuits
5.3. Single Phase Converters
5.4. Three Phase Converters

6. CONVERTERS
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Control of dc converters
6.3. Buck Converter
6.4. Boost Converter
6.5. Buck - Boost Converter
6.6. Full Bridge dc - dc Converter

INVERTERS
Introduction
Basic concepts of switch mode Inverters.
Single Phase Half, Full Bridge, Push-Pull Inverters.
Three Phase Inverters.

PROTECTION CIRCUITS
Snubher Circuits and their Functions
Turn OFF Snubbers.

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Turn ON Snubbers.
Over Voltage Snubbers.

THERMAL MANAGEMENT
Control of Temperature in Semiconductor Devices.
Heat Transfer Techniques.
Heat Sinks - Need & Concept.

MOTOR DRIVE CIRCUITS


Introduction
Selection Criteria of Drive Components.
DC Motor - Equivalent dc Motors.
Permanent - Magnet dc Motors.
DC Servo Drives.
Induction Motor Operation - Basic Principles.
Variable Frequency Converters Classifications & Comparison.
Synchronous Motor Drives &Cyclo-converters.

POWRE SUPPLIES
Introduction.
Linear Power Supplied.
Switching Power Supplies.
Protection, Isolation and Specifications.
Disturbances and Conditioners.
Uninterruptible Power Supplies.

APPLICATION CIRCUITS
Residential Application Circuit Examples.
Industrial Application Circuits.
Electricity Utility Applications

Suggested Readings:

1. Industrial Electronics - James Homphires&Lestie Sheets


2. Power Electronics Circuits Devices & Applications - M.H. Rashid
3. Power Electronics - P.C. Sen, KjeldThorborg

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Paper: On Job Training 2 1
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Paper Code: IP-304 L P C


Paper: Industrial Project ( Major) 2 1
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