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HEAT TREATMENT LABORATORY [2 Credits [0-0-4]]

1. Preparation of Metallographic Specimens.


2. Study of Microstructure of Pure Metals.
3. Study of Microstructure of Two-phase alloys
Muntry Metal
Al-Bronze
Q/T steel.
4. The microstructure of Eutectic & Eutectoid Alloys.
5. Comparison of Microstructures of 0.2, 0.6 & 1.1% C Steel in annealed
condition.
6. Primary calibration of Thermo – Couple.
7. Hardening & Tempering of Rail Steel.
8. Carburizing of Low – Carbon Steel.
9. The microstructure of Gray, White, Malleable & Ductile Cast Iron.
10. Joining End – Quench Test.

Course Outcomes:

Scheme of Evaluation (100 marks)

Continuous Internal Evaluation [CIE] (maximum 60+10=70 marks)

 Do minimum eight experiments carrying 10 marks each.


 Reduce 80 marks to 60 marks.
 Two internal tests conducted for (5+5=10) marks in-between the
semester.

Semester End Examination [SEE] (maximum 30 marks)

One semester end examination will be conducted at the end of semester


carrying 30 marks.
PHASE TRANSFORMATION LABORATORY [2 Credits [0-0-4]]

1. Study of pearlitic transformation in mild


2. rail and file steels; Study of Martensitic transformation in steel ;
3. Study of Bainitic transformation in Austempered Ductile Iron ;
4. Phase transformation in Brass ;
5. Phase transformation in Aluminium Bronze ;
6. X-ray analysis of phases ;
7. Thermal analysis to study phase transformation ;
8. Quantitative estimation of phases

Course Outcomes:

Scheme of Evaluation (100 marks)

Continuous Internal Evaluation [CIE] (maximum 60+10=70 marks)

 Do minimum 8 experiments carrying 10 marks each.


 Reduce 80 marks to 60 marks.
 Two internal tests conducted for (5+5=10) marks in-between the
semester.

Semester End Examination [SEE] (maximum 30 marks)

One semester end examination will be conducted at the end of semester


carrying 30 marks.
COMPOSITE FABRICATION LABORATORY [2 CREDITS [0-0-4]]

1. Introduction to Lab, Safety procedures


2. Overview of Composites Theory, with applications
3. Fibre & Matrix types. Overview of manufacturing processes.
4. Hand lay-ups.
5. Hand lay-ups, room-temp cures / Hand lay-ups, oven cures of
preparation / wet-lay ups.
6. Filament winding.
7. Applications to Marine, Aerospace, and Chemical Structures. Tours of
CCAD.
8. Other fabrication techniques such as SCRIMP, RTM.
9. Retrofit and Repair of Civil Structures With Composites
10. Basic Joining Concepts. Designing Composite Structures.

Course Outcomes:

Scheme of Evaluation (100 marks)

Continuous Internal Evaluation [CIE] (maximum 60+10=70 marks)

 Do minimum 8 experiments carrying 10 marks each.


 Reduce 80 marks to 60 marks.
 Two internal tests conducted for (5+5=10) marks in-between the
semester.

Semester End Examination [SEE] (maximum 30 marks)

One semester end examination will be conducted at the end of semester


carrying 30 marks.
Material Testing & Characterization Lab [2 CREDITS [0-0-4]]

1. Preparation and examination of metallography specimens.


2. Primary calibration of the thermocouple.
3. Measurement of the melting point of the metal.
3. Theory and practice of thermal analysis.
4. Scanning calorimeter & Dilatometer.
5. Thermo gravitometer.
6. High-temperature microscopic study of Ceramic material.
7. High-temperature microscopic study of the Metallic material.
8. Topological and elemental analysis of the metallic sample by SEM.
9. Theory and practice of XRD technique

Course Outcomes:

Scheme of Evaluation (100 marks)

Continuous Internal Evaluation [CIE] (maximum 60+10=70 marks)

 Do minimum 8 experiments carrying 10 marks each.


 Reduce 80 marks to 60 marks.
 Two internal tests conducted for (5+5=10) marks in-between the
semester.

Semester End Examination [SEE] (maximum 30 marks)

One semester end examination will be conducted at the end of semester


carrying 30 marks.