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TE 1.1: COMMUNICATION SKILLS
1. THE COMMUNICATION EVENT
The communication event; Definition., The elements of communication : The sender, receiver,
messsage, channel, feedback and context.
2. COMMUNICATION PROCESS
The communication process definition, Stages in the process: defining the context, knowing the
audience designing the message, encoding, selecting proper channels, transmitting, receiving.
decoding and giving feedback .
3. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
Effective communication: definition, Communication Barriers and how to overcome them at each
stage of communication process, Developing effect8ve messages: thinking about purpose,
knowing the audience, structuring the message, selecting proper channels, minimizing barriers
and facilitating feedback.
4. PRINCIPLES OF LANGUAGE GRAMMAR & USAGE
The sentence elements: words, phrases, clauses., Phrase structure and clause structure.
transformation of sentences, Constructing correct and effective sentences, Punctuation,
Mechanics of writing.
5. PREPARING & WRITING
Understanding the writing assignment: topic, purpose, audience, scope and constraints, Analyzing
the context, Determining the scope of topic. Audience Analysis for entry behaviour, Collecting
information for the assignment.
6. DESIGNING A MESSAGE OUTLINE
Organizing ideas: Structural components of the text and supporting elements, determining the
general and specific purpose, organizing principles, of the text. Outlining: Keyword and topic
sentence outlines, writing target statements.
7. WRITING & REVIEWING
Principles of presentation of text: Progressive differentiation, integrative reconciliation,
sequential organization and consolidation, Procedures for writing texts with specific purposes:
Writing topic : sentences, Writing introductions, definitions, describing objects, events. and
procedures; classifying, com· parison and contrast, cause I and effect, concluding; explaining
concepts, principles and procedures, Reviewing for relevance, structure, unity, coherence. clarity,
consistency, length and accuracy .
8. NON VERBAL CODES
Nonverbal codes: Body language, chronemics and artifacts, Body language: Kinesics (eye-
contact, gestures. postures, body movements and facial expressions), Proxemics (using space),
Haptics (touch). Vocalics (aspects of speech like, tone, emphasis, volume pauses etc.) and
Physical Appearance; (manipulating time); Artifacts (environment and objects), Using non-verbal
codes in oral communication.
9. PRINCIPLES OF ORAL COMMUNICATION
TE 1.2 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I
Algebra
Introduction to Surds:
Different terms, simplification of surds, rationalisation of binomial and trinomial quadratic surd
expressions, square root of (a ± b), by inspection.
Logarithms:-
Only statement of laws, common logarithms, application to numerical example, compound
interest Quadratic equations:
Solution by general formula, relations between the roots, nature of roots and formation of a
quadratic equation reducible to quadratic form.
Determinants:

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Expansions of determinant of the 3rd order (no theorems), solution of equation with three
unknowns Partial Fractions:
Cases involving non repeated linear, repeated linear and non repeated irreducible quadratic
factors in the denominator
Progressions:
A.P.,G.P., only means, summation of simple series er/er2 mere statement of binomial theorem
er(rh) to positive integral index, determination of (r+1) the term expansion of       (1 +x)n where n
is rational index approximations( to rational index)
Trigonometry:
Angular measurement, conversion of degrees into radians and vice versa trignometric ratios from
the tables, ratios of CO, 3CO, 45°,600 and 9CO without tables, relations between trigonometric
ratios, simple identities, trigonometric ratios of any angle allied angle, compound angles, addition
and subtraction theorems (mere "Statement) , product formula, product into sum or difference,
ratios of multiple and Submultiple angles, sine cosine and tangent rule and half angle formula for
triangles, solution of right angle and other triangles, height and distances, simple problems in one
plane, inverse circular functions (definitions only)
Mensuration:
(i) Areas of plane figures like triangle, quadrilateral, rectangle, trapezium, rhombus,
parallelogram regular polygon, circle, sector and segment of a circle ellipse
(ii) Surface areas and volumes of regular prism and cylinder, pyramid and cone ,sphere, frustum
of pyramid and a cone
(iii) Simpson rule for areas and volumes
Graphs:
(i) graphical solution quadratic equation (by plotting only a parabolic graph)
(ii) Determination of laws
(iii) Graph of trigonometric functions like sin x, cos x, tanx and graphical solution of simple
trigonometric equations
Coordinate geometry:
(i) Distance between 2 points, division of a line segment in a given ratio, centroid of a triangle,
Area of a triangle.
(ii) Equations of straight lines in various forms, leading to ax+by+c=o
(iii) Mere formula for angle between two straight lines and condition for two straight lines to be
paralllel and perpendicular. Circle its equation with given centre and radius, general equation of a
circle, equation of a chord, a tangent and normal to a circle, mere acquitance with the standard
equation shapes of parabola and ellipse
Position vector of point ,expression of a vector in terms basic vectors i,j,k, linear combination of
vectors ,condition of colinearity,coplanarity, of set of points, given their position vectors centroid
Of weighted point, projection, scalar and vector product of two vectors, scalar triple product ,
application to geometry and physics distance formula (in 3 D) ,section formula ,Direction cosines
and direction numbers, angle between two directions, equation of planes and lines ,intersections
of planes and lines, distance of a point from a plane and line; distance between 2skew line using
vectors
TE 1.3 : APPLIED PHYSICS
1. REVISION
Introduction, Objectives, Mass, Time, Area, Volume, Density, Force, Current, Charge, Newton's
Laws Of Motion, Laws Of Kinetics, Graph, Summary
2. PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS
Introduction, objectives, fundamental physical quantities, derived phsical quantities, measurement
of ~ physical quantity, units of measurement, fundamental units, advantages of si system, errors
and accuracy, measuring instruments, Summary
3. ELECTROSTATIC

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Introduction, Objectives, Coulomb's Laws, Unit Charge, Electric Lines Of Forces, Electric Field,
Intensity Of Electric Field, Electric Flux, Gauss's Theorem, Flux Density (D), Electric Field
Around A Charged Sphere, Summary
4. ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
Introduction, objectives, electric potential, potential at a point near a charge, potential difference,
potential due to a number of charges, potential gradient, potential due to charged sphere,
Summary
5. CAPACITANCE
Introduction, Objectives, Capacity, Units Of Capacity, Potential Energy Of A Charged
Conductor, Principle Of A Condenser Or Capacitor, Capacity Of A Condenser, Capacity Of
Parallel Plate Condenser, Capacity Of An Isolated Sphere, Energy Of A Charged Conductor,
Condensers In Series, Condensers In
Parallel, Types Of Condensers, Ratio Of The Series Combination And Parallel Combination,
Summary
6. PRINCIPLE OF ELECTRIC CIRCUIT
Introduction, objectives, ohm's law, units of resistance, verification of ohm's law. specific
resistance of resistivity, conductance, effect of temperature on resistance, electric circuit, series
circuit, parallel circuit, series parallel circuit, grouping of cells, platinum resistance thermometer,
wheat-stone's network, wheatstone's meter bridge, principle of potentiometer, comparison of the
e.m.f.s. Of two cells, internal resistance of a cell by potentiometer, shunt, summary
7. HEATING EFFECT OF ELECTRIC CURRENT
Introduction, Objectives, Joules Law Of Heating, Electric Power, Electric Energy, Determination
Of of By Electrical Method, Calculation Of Electric Bills, Summary
8. THERMOELECTRICITY
Introduction, Objectives, Seebeck Effect, Thermo E.M.F, Thermo Couple, Peltier Effect,
Summary
9. ELECTROMAGNETISM
Introduction, Objectives, Intensity Of Magnetic Field, Magnetic Flux Density (B), Biot-Savart's
Law Or laplace's law, Fleming's left Hand Rule, Moving Coil Glavanometer, Ammeter,
Voltmeter, Summary
10. ELASTICITY
Introduction, Objectives, Elasticity. Deforming Force And Stress, Strain, Hooke's Law, Elastic
limit. Ultimate Tensile Stress, Determination Of 'Y' By Searle's Method, Worle Done In
Stretching A Wire, Application Of Elasticity (Use In Design Of Structures). Hooke’S La~
Young's Modulus, Bulk Modulus, Modulus Of Rigidity, Poisson’s Ratio, Equivalence Of Shear
To Compression And Extension, Equivalence Of Shearing Stress To A Compressive Stress And
Tensile Stress, Relation Between Y, K, N And s, Determination Of Young’s Modulus, . Summary
11. SURFACE TENSION
Introduction, Objectives, Surface Tension, Surface Energy And Surface Tension, Angle Of
Contact, Pressure Difference Across A liquid Surface, Effect Of Temperature On Surface
Tension, Illustrations To Demonstrate The Surface Tension Phenomenon, Angle Of Contact,
Capillary Action, Shape Of liquid Surface In Contact With A Solid, The Capillary Rise
(Capillarity), Engineering Applications Of Surface Tension, Summary
12. VISCOSITY MARK PERIOD
Introduction, Objectives, Example Of Capillarity, Viscosity And Coefficient Of Viscosity,
Streamline And Turbulent Flow, Reynold’s Number, Poiseuille's Equation For The Flow Of
liquid Through A Tube, Voloume Of Th8 l.i~uid Flowing Out, Stoke's Law And Terminal
Velocity, Determination Of hBy Falling Sphere Method, Newton's Law Of Viscosity, Streamline
Flow, Characteristics Of Streamline Flow, Critical Velocity And Reynold's Number, Stoke's Law,
Viscosity By Stokes Method, Applications Of Viscosity, Summary
13 . GAS LAWS & SPECIFIC HEAT OF GAS

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Introduction, Objectives • Concept Of Gas Pressure, Boyle's Law. Gay lussac's law, Charle's Law,
Absolute Or Kelvin Scale Of Temperature, Gas Laws On Kelvin Scale Of Temperature,
Derivation Of General Gas Equation, Molar Constant Or Universal Gas Constant 'R', Universal
Gas Equation, Standard Or Normal Temperature And Pressure, Specific Heat Of Gas At Constant
P.cessure (Cp), Specific Heat Of Gas At Constant Volume (Cv), Ratio Of The Two Specific
Heats, Relation Between. Cp And Cv, Explanation Fof Cp > Cv, Isothermal Change, Adiabatic
Change. Summary
14. CONDUCTION & EXPANSION OF GAS
Introduction, Objectives, Conduction Of Heat, Steady State, Temperature Gradient, Law Of
Conductivity, Determination Of 'K' By Searle's Method, Lee's Disc Method, Thermal
Conductivity Of A Glass Tube, Coefficient Of Expansion, Selection Of Materials Depending On
Thermal Properties, Summary
15. PROPAGATION OF LIGHT
Introduction, Objectives, Fizeau's Rotating Wheel Method, Laws Of Refraction, Refraction Of
Light Through A Glass Prism, Prism Formula, Spectrometer, Determination Of Dispersive Power
(w) By Using Spectrometer, Fiber Optic, Summary
16. PHOTOMETRY
Introduction, Objectives, Point Source Solid Angle, Laws Of Illumination, IIumination Falls Of
As Cube Of Angle Of Incidence, Summary
17. S. H. M. & Wave Motion
Introduction, Objectives, Simple Harmonic Motion, Frequency, Phase, Graphical Representation
Of. S.H.M., Characteristics Of S.H.M., Wave Motion, Types Of Wave Motion, Propagation Of
Longitudinal Wave, Characteristics Of Wave Motion, Definitions Of The Important Terms,
Relation between Frequency And Wavelength, Equation Of A Plane Progressive Wave, Principle
Of Superposition Of Waves, Superposition Of Two Waves Of Same Frequency, Interference Of
Waves, Newton's Formula For The Velocity Of Sound, Laplace's Correction, Effect Of
Temperature, Effect Of Humidity, Effect Of Wind, Free Vibrations And Resonance
(Introduction), Stationary Waves, Free Vibrations, Forced Vibrations, Resonance, Velocity Of
Sound By Resonance Tube, Summary
18. SOUND
Introduction, Objectives, Limits Of Audiability, Reflection Of Sound, Acoustics Of Buildings,
Requirements Of Best Sound Effects, Factors To Be Considered In Acoustics Of Buildings,
Reverberation Time, Absorption Coefficient, Sound Pollution And Its Prevention, Summary
19. PHOTOELECTRICITY
Introduction, Objectives, Planck's Hypothesis (Planck's Quantum Theory), Photoelectric Effect,
The Photoelectric Cell, Demonstration Of Photoelectric Effect, Einstein's Photoelectric Equation,
Work Function (Wo), Characteristics Of Photoelectric Effect, X-Rays, Summary
20. NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
Introduction, Objectives, Production Of Ultrasonic Waves, Radiography. Uses Of X-Ray
Radiogrc -Rays : Properties, Uses Of -Ray Radiography, Reflection, Liquid Penetration,
Summary
TE1.4: CHEMISTRY OF ENGINEERING MATERIALS
UNIT -1
1: ATOMIC STRUCTURE
1.1 Introduction of Atom
1.2 Fundamental Practicles of Atom-protons, neutrons, electrons,
I .3 Their mass, charge location
1.4 Definition of Atomic number. atomic' .mass, simple numerical problems based on atomic
number and atomic mass number, Isotopes and Isobars definition. distinction and suitable
examples
1.5 Bohr's theory of hydrogen atom.

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1.6 Modem atomic structure
1.7 Orbits and crbitals, sub energy levels.
1.8 Quantum numbers and their significance.
1.9 Pauli's exclusion principle
1.10 Hunds rule
1.11 Filling of the Orbitals by Aufbau's principal
1.12 Concept of variable valency with examples of ous' & 'ic'
compounds
1.13 Orbital electronic configuration of the atoms, having Z = 1 to 35 1.14 Nuclear stability
1.15 Mass defect and binding energy -numerical problems.
2: ELECTRONIC THEORY OF VALENCY
2.1 Duplet and Octet rule.
2.2 Electronic Configuration of inert and active elements.
2.3 Valance electrons and Valency of the Element.
2.4 Electro positive electro negative and inert nature of elements. 2.5 Electro valency and co-
valency.
2.6 Formation of electro valent and covalent compounds such as NaCI. CaCI2 MgO, AICI),
FeCI2, FeCI3, CrC13, CuO, CO2, CH4, NH3, C2H4 ,02HC = CH, N == N
3 : ELECTRO CHEMISTRY
3.1 Distinction between Atom and Ion.
3.2 Arrhenius theories of Ionization. Degree of Ionization, Strong and Weak electrolytes.
3.3 Electrochemical series for cations and anions.
3.4 Mechanism of electrolysis.
3.5 Electrolysis of CuS04 solution using platinum electrodes. and copper electrodes.
3.6 Applications of electrolysis. such as electroplating & electro refining.
3.7 Faraday's laws of electrolysis and numerical problems based on these laws. 3.8 Conductivity
o1"an electrolyte.
3.9 Solubility product and common ion effect
3.10 Specific conductivity
4: WATER
4.1 Sources of water & Impurities in natural water. 4.2 Physical and Chemical Characteristic of
water.
4.3 Purification drinking water, Sedimentation, Coagulation, Filtration, Sterilization,
(chlorination, Ozonization, ultra-violet rays, Boiling & Aeration),
4.4 Hard and soft water and causes of hardness.
4.5 Types of hardness, degree of hardness in ppm of CaC03 Equivalent. 4.6 Effect of hard water
in Domestic and Industrial application.
4.7 Effect of hard water n steam generation, boiler scales and sludges purification of water by
a) Lime - soda process,
b) Permutite process
c) Ion exchange method.
4.8 PH & POH ,value of water and its application in domestic 8. mdustrial purposes.
5: MATERIAL
5.1 Occurrence of metals, definition of metallurgy, are and mineral gas, extraction of metal from
it's ore. 5.2.1 Concentration Methods a) Physical Methods like :
i) Gravity separation, Magnetic Separation, Froth floatation
b) Chemical methods: Calcination, Roasting
5.2.2Reduction & it's Methods
5.2.3Refining & it's methods
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5.4 Types of carbon steel, based on the percentage of carbon. Heat treatment to steel such as
hardening, tempering, annealing & normalizing.
5.5 Physical properties and applications of some commonly used metals such as - Fe, Cu, AI,Cr,
Ni, Sn, Pb, Zn, Co, Ag, W.
5.6 Chemical properties of metals and their compounds.
6: ALLOYS
6.1 Definition of Alloys.
6.2 Purpose of making alloys.
6.3 Preparation of binary alloy by fusion method and compression method.
6.4 Classification of alloys such as ferrous and non- ferrous.
6.5 A. Alloy, steel and their Applications: effect of addition of C, Mn, V,W, Ni, Cr, Co, and Si.
on steel B. Special alloy steels,
i) Heat resisting steel ii) Magnetic steel iiij Shock resisting Steel iv) Stainless steel v) Tool steel
vi) High speed steel (HSS)
6.6 Non - ferrous alloys.
6.6.1 Copper alloys; Brasses and Bronze.
6.6.2 Aluminium alloys, Duralumin, Alnico, Solders- wood's metal, Babit metal, Bearing Alloys.
UNIT-II
7 : CORROSION
7.1 Definition of corrosion.
7.2 Types of corrosion.
7.3 Atmospheric corrosion.
7.4 Mechanism of atmospheric corrosion. 7.5 Types of oxide films.
7.6 Factors affecting rate of atmospheric corrosion. 7.7 Electro - chemical corrosion.
7.8 Mechanism of electro-chemical corrosion.
7.9 Galvanic cell corrosion, concentration cell, Oxidation Concentration cell, Corrosion. 7.10
Factors affecting rate of electro - chemical corrosion.
7.11 Protection of metals from corrosion.
7.12 Processes of protection, cathodic protection, organic coating, Inorganic coating, and metallic
coating 7.13 Metallic coating - hot, Dipping - Galvanizing, Tinning, cementation, Sherardizing,
metal- cladding, spraying
8 : PAINTS & VARNISHES
8.1 Characteristic of good paint.
8.2 Principle constituents of paint, such as pigments, Vehicle, thinner,Drier, Extender, Plasticizer.
8.3 Methods of application of paint such as brushing, spraying, dipping, roller, coating.
8.4 failure of paint film.
8.5 Causes and remedies.
8.6 . Varnishes, their types and uses. 8.7 Characteristics of good varnishes.
8.8 Introduction of Enamels
9 : LUBRICANTS
9.1 Definition of lubricant. 9.2 Function of lubricants.
9.3 Types of lubricants, solid, Semisolid, and liquid.
9.4 Types of lubrication such as fluid film, boundary, and extreme pressure lubrication.
9.5 Characteristics of lubricant, such as Viscosity, viscosity index, oiliness, volatility, flash & fire
point Cloud and pour point.
9.6 Chemical properties such as neutralization value, emulsification.
9.7 Selection of lubricant for a machine. Working under different conditions.
10: FUELS
10.1 Definition of fuel.
10.2 Types of fuel.


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10.3 Characteristics .of fuel such as calorific value, ignition temp, percentage .of non-
combustible me
10.4 Characteristics .of geed fuel. Comparison between solid, liquid, gaseous fuels, based on their
properties.
10.5 Solid fuels, coalification.
1 0.6 Analysis of coal. Proximate analysis and its importance
10.7 Importance of analysis of coal to decide .the quality of coal.
10.8 Liquid fuel· crude petroleum and its refining by fractional distillation. Alcohol and power
alcohol. Important products of petroleum and their applications.
10.9 Gaseous fuel-Introduction of bio- gas and petro-chemical gas (LPG),water gas and producer
gas.
10.10 Comparison of solid liquid and gaseous fuel.
11 :NON-METALLIC MATERIALS
11.1 Plastics, Formation of plastics (polymer) by addition such as polythene, polystyrene,PVC
"and Teflon and ondensatien such as Nylon & Bakelite, Types .of plastics. Thermosoftening and
Thermosetting. Compounding .of plastics by fillers, plasticizers, accelerators, pigments
.Properties .of plastics and their engineering applications.
11.2 Rubber:
a) Type of rubber Natural & Synthetic rubber b) Limitation of natural rubber.
c) Vulcanization of rubber d) Properties and engineering applications Of synthetic rubber.
11.3 Insulating Materials:
a) Thermal insulating materials:
b) Characteristics of good insulating materials.
11.4 Applications of glass -wool thermocole, asbestos.
11.5 Cement - Partland cement, chemical composition, setting & hardening. Lime - Fat lime,
hydraulic lime, composition and properties.
12.1 Causes of pollution.
12.2 Air pollution and types of air pollution.
12.3 Air pollution due to gases such as sulphur dioxide, sulphur trioxide, carbon monoxide,
nitrogen dioxide. carbon dioxide.
12.4 Particulates.
12.5 Deforestation.
12.6 Air pollution due to IC engines.
12.7 Control of air Pollution
12.8 Water pollution. sources of water pollution.
12.9 Effects of water pollution
12.10 Methods of preventing water pollution.
TE 1.5 ENGINEERING MATHMATICS – II (Calculus)
Differential Calculus:
(i) Idea of Function .Value of a function.
Lt     sin
(i1) limits of functions t sin  =1 (only result) Easy Examples.
(iii) Derivative of a function. Derivalives of Xn,  X and circular functions by definition. Only the
results to be supplied.
(iv) Rules for the derivatives of (a) sum (b) product (c) quotient (d) function of function.
Examples on algebraic and trigonometric functions.
(v) Differentiation of inverse trigonometric functions. Exponential and logarithmic functions.
Only the results and their use.
(vi) Differentiation of implicit parametric and inverse functions.
(vii) Second derivatives: Easy examples leading to differential equations of second order.


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(viii) Geometric interpretation of derivatives. Velocity and acceleration as rates. Related rates.
Applications to maxima and minima of functions.
Integral Calculus:
(i) integration as reverse to differentiation .Easy examples based on the list of formulae.
(ii) Method of substitution. Rule f(x) =\f(x) dx. Integrals of Sin2x, Cos2x, tan2x,Sin3x,and cos3x,
Easy examples.
(iii) Mere statement of the rule of integration by parts leading to integrals of
"Log x, Sec3x , (a2 +x2),eax sin bx.
(iv) Definite integrals. Properties (without Proof)
(v) Application to areas, volumes, center of Gravity, moment of inertia
PERMUTATION AN D COMBINATIONS - Permutation and combination of n things taken r
times. Following Notations
n-[nr, npr ncr nCr (n)/r]
Relations: nCr = npr/r ncr = nCn-r
ncr + ncr-1= (n+ 1) Cr.
Sample Space, Sample points (finite space onlY),Events, Elementary events ,Equally likely
outcomes, Compound events, Probability of an event, MUltiplication and additional and
additional laws, Conditional probability
BINOMIAL THEOREM - Binomial theorem for positive integral index, proof by induction.
Sum of Binomial coefficients.
TE 1.6 : COMPUTER APPLICATION
UNIT 1 : Computer Fundamentals
1.1 Overview to Computer System
1.2 Types of Computer
1.3 Hardware and Software
1.4 Types of Software
1.5 Operating System: DOS and Windows 9812000
1.6 Application Software
1.7 Representation of Data
1.8 Components of a Computer-CPU, Memory
1.9 Input and Output Devices-Keyboard. Mouse, Monitors, Printers Storage Devices-Types of
Storage Devices, Magnetic Storage Devices, Optical Storage Devices
(Students are expected to identify the components of computer and peripheral devices)
UNIT 2 : Operating system WINDOWS 98/2000
2.1 Starting WINDOWS
2.2 Exploring the Desktop
2.3 The Start Button.
2.4 Moving and Sizing Windows
2.5 Arranging Windows
2.6 Shortcuts
2.7 Shutting Down· Windows
2.8 Windows Tools
2.9 My Computer
2.10 Windows Explorer
2.11 Copying Files
2.12 Using Send To
2.13 Creating, Renaming i1nd Deleting Folders
2.14 Copying, Deleting, Moving and Renaming Files
2.15 Find Files and Folders
2.16 Word Pad
2.17 Opening and Saving File

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2.18 Editing Document and Formatting Text
2.19 Previewing and Printing Document
2.20 Recycle Bin
2.21 Help
UNIT 3. MS WORD
3.1 Introduction to Office Tools:
3.2 Introduction to Word Proces_ing: Introduction to Microsoft Word Creating and Formatting a
Document Auto Text, Auto Complete and autoCorrect
3.3 Grammar and Spell Check
3.4 Changing font and Type Sizes
3.5 Inserting and Sizing a Document
3.6 Opening and Saving a Document
3.7 Printing and Previewing a Document
3.8 Finding and Replacing Text
3.9 Creating and Removing the Hyper Link
3.10 Creating Reports and Tables.
3.11 Template (Letter, Fax, Memo, Report)
(The student should complete atleast 4 assignments which covers various features of word
processing)
UNIT 4. MICROSOFT EXCEL
4.1 Introduction to Electronic Spread Sheet
4.2 Introduction to Microsoft Excel Creating and Formatting a Worksheet
4.3 Inserting Data into Worksheet
4.4 Entering Formulas and Functions
4.5 Types of Charts
4.6 Creating Charts
4.7 Moving and Sizing Charts
4.8 Copying a Cha'-;
4.9 Using Auto Fill
4.10 Splitting Windows and Freezing Panes
4.11 Using Goal Seek
(The student should complete atleast 4 assignments which covers various features of excel
including insertion of excel workbook in MSWord )
UNIT 5. MICROSOFT POWER POINT 97
5.1 Introduction to Presentation Program
5.2 Introduction to Microsoft Power Point 97
5.3 Creating a Presentation
5.4 Features of Power Point
5.5 Auto Content Wizard
5.6 Viewing and Erlitin9 a Presentation
5. 7 Inserting. Moving Hiding and Deleting Slides
5.8 Inserting Pictures and Clip Art.
59 Opening, Saving and Printing a Presentation
5.10 Creating and Enhancing a Table
5.11 Slide Layouts
5.12 Modifying the Slide and Title master
5.13 Adding Transittion and Build Effects
(The student should complete atleast 4 presentations which covers various of PowerPoint)
UNIT 6. INTERNET AND E-MAIL APPLICATIONS
6.1 What is Internet.
6.2 History and Uses of Internet

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6.3 Connecting to Internet
6.4 Dial Up Access and Direct Access.
6.5 Domains and Addresses
6.6 DNS and IP Addresses
6.7 Using the World Wide Web
6.8 Internet Browser and Browsing the Web
6.9 Services on Internet
6.10 E-mail Services
6.11 Search Engines
6.12 Chat Services.
(Every student will surf the internet for at least 4 hours. He should. have ability to create Email
Account, sending Email and ability to search the reqUired information using internet.




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                                             PART – II
TE 2.1 : APPLIED MECHANICS
1: FUNDAMENTALCONCEPTS
1.1 Mechanics, statics, dynamics, kinetics, kinematics.
1.2 Space, time, particle, body, rigid body.
1.3 Scalar, vector, fundamental units, derived units
2 : FORCE SYSTEM
2.1 Concept of force, definition, unit, graphical representation of force.
2.2 Concept of system of forces, non-coplanar, coplanar, concurrent, parallel, non-concurrent &
non-parallel forces.
2.3 Resolution of a force into two components along any directions.
2.4 Resolution of a force into two components at right angles to each other by analytical method:.
3 : COMPOSITION OF FORCES
3.1 Composition, Resultant of forces
3.2 Law of parallelogram of forces,
3.3 Moment of force, couples lever arm.
3.4 Varignon's theorem
3.5 Resultant of coplanar concurrent, parallel, and non-concurrent, non-parallel forces
4: EQUILIBRIUM
4.1 Definition of equilibrium, relation between resultant and Equilibrium of coplanar concurrent
forces, Lami's theorem.
4.2 Equilibrium of coplanar parallel forces & coplanar non-concurrent forces ..
4.3 Analytical conditions of equilibrium for coplanar concurrent & non-concurrent Forces.
4.4 Principle of virtual work & Reactions of simply supported beam by using principle of virtual
work.
5 : GRAPHIC STATICS
5.1 Space diagram, Bow's notation, force diagram, polar diagram, funicular polygon.
5.2 Resolution of a force into two rectangular components.
5.3 Composition of coplanar concurrent forces.
5.4 Composition of coplanar parallel forces.
5.5 Composition of coplanar non-concurrent non parallel forces.
5.6 Reaction of beams for simply supported beam with hinged & roller supports.
6: FRICTION
6.1 Introduction, Rough & Smooth surfaces, Definition of friction.
6.2 Friction as a self adjusting force.
6.3 Different types of Friction, Laws of Friction, co-efficient of Friction, Angle of Friction and
Angle of Repose. 6.4 Equilibrium of forces on level & inclined planes.
6.5 Equilibrium in friction with coefficient of friction for one plane only.
7 : CENTROID & CENTRE OF GRAVITY
7.1 Definition: Centroid, Centre of gravity
7.2 Centroid of regular plane areas & compound areas consisting of regular plains areas.
7.3 Centre of gravity of simple solids: Cylinder, cone, sphere, Centre of gravity of solid objects
made up of simple solids.
7.4 Centre of gravity of hollow bodies.
8 : RECTILINEAR MOTION
8.1 Definition of kinematics, rectilinear velocity, acceleration.
8.2 Equation of rectilinear motion with uniform acceleration. 8.3 Velocity - rime diagrams,
motion under gravity.
9 : ANGULAR MOTION
9.1 Angular velocity & angular displacement, angular motion with uniform angular acceleration.


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9.2 Equations of circular motion with constant angular acceleration. Relation between rectilinear
& circular motions.
10 : KINETICS
10.1 Concept of momentum & impulse. 10.2 Newton's laws of motion,
10.3 Conservation of momentum.
11 : WORK, ENERGY AND POWER
11.1 Definitions & unit of work done.
11.2 Graphical representation of work, work done by torque. 11.3 Power - definition & unit,
energy - definition & unit.
11.4 Forms of energy, potential energy & kinetic energy. Principle of conservation of energy,
work -energy theorem.
12: SIMPLE LIFTING MACHINES
12.1 Definition: Mechanical Advantage, Velocity Ratio, Efficiency, Relation between them. 12.2
Reversibility of Lifting Machine, Law of Machine, Maximum M.A., Maximum Efficiency.
12.3 Study of machines - Differential Wheel & Axle, Weston differential, pulley block, simple
screw jack. Worm & Worm Wheel, gear train, single & double purchase winch, system of
pulleys, gear train,
12.4. Worm & worm wheel
12.5. Single purchase crab
12.6. Geared pulley block
12.7. Double purchase crab
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TE 2.2 : ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
1. BASIC CONCEPTS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Introduction, nature of electricity; unit of charge. free electrons, electric current, electric potential,
potential difference, concept of e.m.f. And potential difference, resistan<?e, factors upon which
resistance depends. specific resistance or resistively, conductance, carbon resistance,. depending
on conductivity of material we divide the material into three types, summary
2. SOURCES OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY
Introduction, cell , types of cells, construction of a lead - acid battery, characteristics of a Ieact-
acid cell, charging of lead-acid batteries, application of lead-acid batteries, construction of nickel
-iron Dell. nickel ˜cadmium cell, solar cells, fuel cells, Application of lead-acid batteries,
summary
3. UNITS – WORK, POWER AND ENERGY
Introduction, International System Of Units, Important Physical Quantities, Unit Of Work Or
Energy, Electrical Energy, Thermal Energy, Units Of Power, Efficiency, Heating Effect Of
Electric Current, Summary
4. TYPES OF ELECTRIC CIRCUIT
Dc Circuit, Series Circuit, Parallel Circuit, Advantages Of Parallel Circuits, Series Parallel
Circuit, Internal Resistance Of A Supply, Electric Current, Resistance, Effect Of Temperature On
Resistance, Temperature coefficient of resistance, electric power, ohm's law, resistances in series,
resistances in parallel, Network analysis, delta! star transformation, now take_star connection,
star/delta transformation, summary
5. ELECTROSTATICS & CAPACITANCE
Electrostatics, Unit Of Charge, Electric Field, Lines Of Force, Properties Of Lines Of Force,
Electric Flux, Electric Potential Difference And Potential, Potential At A Point Due To A Point
Charge, Equipotential Surfaces, Potential Gradient, Breakdown Voltage & Dielectric Strength,
Capacitance, Special Cases Of A Parallel Plate Capacitor, Spherical Capacitor, Capacitors In
Parallel, Energy Stored In A Capacitor, Charging Of A Capacitor, Discharging Of Capacitor
6. MAGNETIC CIRCUIT
Magnetic Field, Magnetic Flux, Magnetic Flux Density, Magnetic Intensity Of Magnetizing
Force (H), Absolute And Relative Permeability, Relation Between B And H, Electromagnetism,
Magnetic Circuit, Comparison Between Magnetic And Electric Circuits, Series Magnetic Circuit,
Air Gap In Magnetic Circuit, Parallel Magnetic Circuit, Summary
7. ELECTROMAGNETISM
Electromagnetism, Magnetic Effects Of Electric Current, Magnetic Field Due To Currents In
Two Parallel Conductors, Magnetic Field Due To A Circular Loop; Magnetic Field Due To A
Solenoid, Right Hand Rule, Shape Of The Magnetic Field, Toroid, B - H Curve, Magnetic
Hysterisis, Hysterisis Loss, Importance Or Hysteresis Loop, Summary
8. ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION
Force On A Current Carrying Conductor Placed fn A Magnetic Field, Fleming's Left Hand Rule,
Electromagnetic lnduction, Fleming Right Hand Rule, Faraday's Laws Of Electromagnetic
Induction, Lenz' Law, Induced I E.M.F, Statically Induced E.M.F, Self Inductance, Magnitude Of
Self Induced E.M.F, Magnitude Of Mutuall Induced E.M.F., Expression For Mutual Inductance,
Co-Efficient Of Coupling, Lifting Power Of A Magnet
9. INDUCTORS
Introduction, Inductor, Inductance, Mutual, Inductance, Current Carrying Capacity, Coefficient
Of Coupling, Inductive Reactance, Dc Resistance, Impendence, Types Of Inductor, Fixed
Inductor, Air Core Inductor, Iron Core Inductor, Ferrite Core Inductors, Variable Inductors,
Resistance In Parallel, Resistors In Series, Capacitors, Inductive Reactance, Capacitance,
Impedance, Power In A.C. , Circuit With Resistance Only
TE 2.3 : ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
1. FUNDAMENTAL OF ENGINEERING DRAWING:

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Introduction, Use of Different Drawing Instruments, Dimensioning, Scales, Geometrical
constructions.
2. ENGINEERING CURVES:
Introduction, Conic sections, Different methods of constructions of eycloidal Curves, Cycloid,
Epicycloid, Hypocycloid, Involute, Spiral, Helix.
3. ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTIONS:
Introduction, First Angle Method of Projections, Third angle method of projections.
4. ORHTOGRAPHIC SECTIONAL VIEWS:
Introduction, Full Screen, Sectional side view, Horizontal Section, Offset section, Ribs in section,
cutting planes/section planes.
5. ISOMETRIC PROJECTIONS:
Isometric projection and Isometric Axes, Isometic scale, None -Isometric Lines, Angles, Curves
and Circles in lsometric.
6. PROJECTIONS OF STRAIGHT LINES:
Introduction, Line parallel to two principle planes and perpendicular to the third , Line parallel to
one principle plane and inclined to the other, oblique line, Traces of Lines .
7. PROJECTION OF PLANES:
Types of planes, various positions of planes, Traces 0 f planes, planes parallel to one reference
plane, planes perpendicular to one reference plane and inclined to the other oblique planes,
projections on Auxiliary planes.
8. PROJECTION OF SOLIDS:
Types of Solids, Frustums and truncated solids, Various positions of Solids, Axis of Solid is
perpendicular to one reference plane, Axis of the solid is parallel to one reference plane and
inclined to the other, Oblique solid axis inclined to both the H.P and V.P.
9. SECTIONS OF SOLIDS:
Introduction, section plane, portion of solid assumed to be removed ,section, section lines,
Apparent section, True shape of section, sectional view.
10. DEVELOPMENT OF SURFACES:
Introduction, Application of Development of surfaces in Engineering products. method of
Development concepts of points and lines, Development of prisms, Developmen1 of cylinder,
Development of pyramid, Development of cone,
11. FREE -HAND SKETCHES:
Introduction , Terminology used in the screw threads, V or triangular threads, ISO -metric screw
threads. Screw fastenings, Hexagonal Nut, Square nut, Flanged nut capnut, Domenut, capstan nut,
Ring nut. wing nut, washers, Bolts, Hexagonal Headed bolts, Square headed bolt, cheese or
cylindrical headed bolt, cup headed bolt, cheese or cylindrical headed bolt, cup headed or round
headed bolt, T-headed bolt, counter sunk headed bolt, Hook bolt, Eye bolt, different types of
studs, screws, Locking arrangement for nut, foundation bolts, Rivets and Rivetted Joints.
TE 2.4 : STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
1. SIMPLE STRESSES & STRAINS
Concept of elastic, plastic & rigid bodies, concept of axial loads axial strains, lateral strain,
Poisson's r~tJo, vOlumetri~ strain, Behavior of mild steel under tension, stress-strain curve unit
of proportionality, yIeld stress, ultImate stress, breaking stress, elongation. Composite sections
under axial load modular ratio, simple problems on analysis composite sections, concept to
biaxia) and Triaxiaisfresse~, Definiition of Bulk modulus, concept of Temperature stresses,
nature of stresses, Elastic constants, concept of shear load, shear stresses and shear strain,
modulus of rigidity, complimentary stress relation between Elastic constants.
2. STRAIN ENERGY
Type of loading gradually applied load Suddenly applied load and input load comparison of
stresses due to gradual load sudden load and impact load.
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Concept of moment of Inertia, M.1. for plane areas such as Rectangle, Triangle, Circle,
Semicircle and Quarter Circle, Parallel axis Theorem, perpendicular axis theorem, MI of
composite sections, built up sections. Symmetrical and unsymmetrical sections, radius of
gyration, polar moment of inertia.
4. SHEAR FORCE AND BENDING MOMENT
Concept of cantilever, simply supported, fixed and continuous beams, concept of uniformly
distributed load, support reactions for determinant structure, concept of shear force and bending
moment, Definition, sign convention, Relation between bending moment, shear force and rate of
loading, shear force and bending moment diagrams for simply supported beam, overhanging
beam and cantilever subjected to point loads and uniformly distributed loads, point of
contraflexure
5. BENDING STRESSES
Concept of pure bending, Theory of simple bending, assumptions in the theory of bending,
neutral axis, bending stresses and their nature, bending stress distribution diagram, m0rtlent of
resistance, Application of theory of Bending to symmetrical & unsymmetrical sections.
6. SHEAR STRESS IN BEAMS
Shear stress equation, measuring of terms in equation, shear stress distribution for rectangular,
hollow rectangular, angel Section, channel sections, Circular section and T-section, Relation
between maximum shear stress and average shear stress
7. SIMPLE FRAMES
Definition of frames, classification of frames-perfect, imperfect, redundant, deficient frame,
relation between members and joints, Assumptions in the analysis, method of joints, method of
sections and graphical method to find nature of forces
TE 2.5 THEORY OF MACHINES
1. FUNDAMENTALS
Definitions Of static's, kinetics, kinematics and dynamic~, Kinematics links and their types,
Kinematic pairs and their types, Kinematic chains and their types, Constrained motions and their
types, Mechanisms, Inversions, Machines; Structures
2. TYPES OF MECHANISMS
Laws of inversions, ingle slider crank chain and its inversions like Hand pump mechanism,
Oscillating cylinder engine mechanism, Quick return mechanism, and Rotary I.C. engine
mechanism. Double slider crank chain mechanism and its inversions like Scotch yoke
mechanism, Oldham's coupling, Elliptical trammel. Four bar chain mechanism and its inversions
like Coupling of locomotives, Watt's indicator mechanism, and pantograph.
3. STUDY OF SOME COMMON MECHANISMS
Bicycle rear wheel sprocket mechanism, Mechanism of two stroke I.C. Engine. Reciprocating air
compressor mechanism, Mechanism of plate valves of compressors, Crane mechanism (winch)
with worm and worm gear box; spur gear box, with brakes. Belt tension adjusting mechanisms
for motors, Geneva mechanism, Foot operated air pump mechanism, Steering mechanism of
automobiles
(i) Differential mechanism of automobiles etc.
(ii) . Shaper quick return mechanism
(iii) Feed hopper mechanism and paper feed mechanism
4. VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION IN MECHANISMS
Concept of the velocity diagram of the mechanisms by relative velocity method, Concept of
forces acting on mechanisms and Mechanical advantage, Instantaneous center method of Velocity
determination, Concept of centripetal and tangential Acceleration, Acceleration diagrams .of Four
bar and Slider crank mechanisms, Analytical method for Velocity and Acceleration, Klein's
construction for Velocity and Acceleration.
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Concept and definitions of cams and followers, Types and classifications of cams and followers,
Different follower motions, their displacements like uniform velocity, SHM. Uniform
acceleration and retardation. Drawing of profiles of plate cams by graphical method.
6. POWER TRANSMISSION DEVICES
Belts and belt drives, types pf belts, belt material. velocity ratio, slip and creep, determination of
tension ratio in belt drives, lengths of belts, Power transmission, initial tension centrifugal
tension, condition for maximum power transmission with simple numericals on above topic.
Rope drives- Their types, advantages, limitations.
Chain drives- Elements and composition of chain drive their compression with other drives,
characteristics of chain drive. Gears and Gear trains- Concept friction wheel applications, Basic
gear terminology. types of gears, applications. laws of gearing, gear trains and their types.
7. FLYWHEELS AND GOVERNORS
Forces acting along reciprocating parts of slider crank mechanism. Derivations of crank pin effort
and turning moment. Turning moment diagrams for double acting stream engine, I.C. Engines,
Mechanical press,concept of fluctuation of energy and speed. Coefficient of fluctuation of energy,
Coefficient of fluctuation of speed and its significance. Derivation for energy stored in flywheel
with simple numericals. Types, Concepts, functions and applications of governor. Terminology
and comparison of flywheel and governor.
8. BRAKES AND DYNAMOMETERS
Functions of brakes, types of brakes, block brakes, band brake, Combined block and band brakes,
derivation of breaking torque and braking force in each case, Internal expanding brake,
hydraulically operated.' pneumatically operated, Vacuum brakes, Concepts, principles and
working of dynamometers such as Proney brakes and rope brake dynamometers, Eddy current
dynamometers. Transmission types such as belt and torsion dynamometers, Hydraulic
dynamometer.
9. FRICTION AND CLUTCHES
Types of friction, laws of friction. uses of friction, Types of bearings, simple Pivot and collar
bearing, Conical pivot bearing derivations for torque and power by uniform press1lre and wear
theory with simple numericals, Single and multiple plate clutches, derivations for torque and
power transmitted uniform pressure and wear theory with simple numericals, practical
applications of single and multi pie plate clutches in Automobiles and machines.
Centrifugal and Diaphragm clutches, comparisons.
TE 2.6 MANUACTURING PROCESSES
                                            MODULE - 1
1. PATTERN MAKING
Introduction, Objectives, Pattern Materials, Pattern Making Tools. Pattern Allowances. Types of
Patterns, Colour Coding for Patterns and Core Boxes.
2. MOULDING AND CORE MAKING
Introduction, Objectives, Moulding Materials, Properties of Moulding Sand, Classification of
Moulding Sand, Grain Shape and Size of Sand, Types of Moulds, Methods of Moulding, Gates
and Risers, Moulding Methods with Typical Patterns, Cores, Types of Cores, Core Binders, Core
Making, Core Shifting & Chaplets.
3. CASTING PROCESSES
Introduction, Objectives, Die-Casting, Centrifugal Casting, Investment or Lost wax Casting, Shell
Moullding Process, Defects in Casting, Cleaning of Castings! Inspection of Castings, Design of
Castings.
4. PLASTIC MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Introduction, Objectives, Types of Plastics - Thermosetting Resins & Thermoplastic Resins,
Synthetic Rubber or Elastomers, Moulding Compounds, Fabrication of Plastics, Machining of
Plastics, Joining of Plastics.
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Introduction, Objectives, Characteristics of Metal Powders, Preparation of Metal Powders,
Process used for Manufacturing parts from Metal Powders, Primary Processes, Secondary
Processes, Advantages of Powder Metallurgy, Limitations of Powder Metallurgy, Design
Considerations for Powder Metallurgy. Typical Applications of Powder Metallurgy..
1. HOT AND COLD WORKING PROCESS
Introduction, Objectives, Hot Working Process, Hot Rolling, Types of Rolling Mills, Hot
Forging, Hot Spinning, Hot Extrusion, Hot Drawing or Cupping, Hot Piercing, Cold working
process, Cold Rolling, Cold Forging, Cold Spinning, Cold Extrusion, Cold Drawing, Cold
Bending, Shot Peening.
2. HEAT TREATMENT
Introduction, Objectives, Behaviour of Steel When Heated and Cooled, Isothermal
Transformation Diagram or Time Temperature Transformation (TTT) Diagram, Process of Heat
Treatment, Types of Heat Treatment Processes, Annealing , Normalising, Hardening,
Hardenability , Testing of Hardenability, Austempering , Martempering , Tempering, Types of
Tempering, Tempering Baths, Surface Hardening or Case Hardening, Carburising,
Cyaniding,Nitriding ,Induction Hardening, Flame Hardening, Precipitation Hardening or Age
Hardening of Aluminium Alloy, Heat Treatment Furnaces, Types of Furnaces, Hearth Furnaces ,
Stationary Hearth Furnaces, Movable Hearth Furnaces, Bath Furnaces, Measurement of Furnace
Temperature, Thermo-electric pyrometer, Optical Pyrometer.
3. METAL FINISHING PROCESSES
Introduction, Objectives, Honing, Lapping, Superfinishing process, Burnishing, Polishing and
Buffing
WELDING PROCESS
Introduction, Weldability, Advantages and Disadvantages of Welded Joints, Types of Welding,
Cold Pressure Welding, Types of Welded Joints, Fillet Welded Joints, Edge Preparation and
Applications, Welding Positions, Black Smith's Forge Welding, Electric Resistance Welding,
Types of Electric Resisstance Welding, Spot Welding, Roll Spot and Seam Welding, Arc
Welding, Comparison Between A.C. and D.C. Arc Welding. Arc Welding Equipment,
Precautions in Arc Welding, Arc Welding process, Carbon Arc Welding, MetalArc Welding,
Metallic Inert-gas (MIG) Arc Welding, Tungsten Inert-gas(TIG) Arc Welding. Atomic Hydrogen
Welding, Stud Welding. Submerged Arc Welding, Plasma Arc Welding,
Electro-slag Welding, EIectro-gas Welding, Thermit Welding, Solid State Welding, Basic Weld
Symmbols, Supplementary Weld Symbols, Elements of a Welding Symbol, Gas Welding,
Equipment for Oxyacetylene Gas Welding, Welding Rods, Fluxes, Gas Flame, Gas Welding
Technique, Difference between left-word and Right-word Technique, Gas or Oxygen Cutting of
Metals, Cutting Machines, Arc Cutting, Oxygen Arc Cutting Process, Braze Welding, Soldering,
Brazing, Difference between Soldering and Brazing.
5. MACHINE TOOLS
Introduction, Objectives, Principal Parts of Shaper, Planner, Planning Machines Parts, Shaper Vs
Planner, Slotting Machines, Slotting Machines Parts, lathe, Working Principle of a Lathe, Types
of lathe, Principal Parts of a lathe, Size and Specifications of a Lathe, lathe Accessories, Lathe
Tools, lathe Operations, Terms used in lathe Machining.
TE 2.7 : THERMAL ENGINEEIRING
1. SOURCES OF ENERGIES
Brief description of various sources of energy. Conventional and non-eonventional energy
sources Renewable and non-renewable.
Sources of energy: (i) Heat, (ii) Hydraulio, (iii) Solar, (iv) Nuclear, (v) Tidal, (vi) Wind, (Vii)
Geothermal, (vii) Bio-gas, (Xi) Biomass. Various appliances based on the above energy sources.
2. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS
Basic concept of working and pure, substance system and system boundary. Type of system close
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Pressure. volume, density enthalpy, entropy, Temperature & its measurement/measuring devices,
potential and_etic energylriternal energy concept of work heat as form of energy, Principle of
conversation of energy. Zeroth law. First law of thermodynamics" Statement and its application
to closed and open system, cyclic and non-cyclic processes, steady flow energy equation and its
application to boiler, engine, turbine, pumps, compressors etc. Second law of Thermodynamics,
Statements like Kelvin Plank and Clausius Statements and their equivaalence, Concept' of
perpetual motion machine, Applicator of second law e.g. heat pump refrigerator heat enngines.
3. IDEAL GASES
Concept of Ideal gas, Charle's law, Boyle's law, Equation of state, Avagadro's law, Characteristic
Various gas constant Universal gas constant, Various gas processes Isobaric, Isochoric,
Isothermal adiabatic, polytrophic, Representation on the PV and T -5 diagrams Calculation of
work .done, Heat transfer, Change in internal energy in each processes (only simple numericals).
4. STEAM AND STEAM BOILER
Concept of pure substance, Generation of steam at constant pressure, Representation on various
diagrams such as P-v, T-h, T-s, h-s, P-h, Properties of steam, Use of steam table, Vapour
processes like cant. pressure, Constant volume with simple numericals, Quality of steam and its
determination by calorimeter (no numericals). Steam boiler, classification of steam boiler such as
fire tube boiler, Cochran boiler, modern high pressure boiler, non ISR and ISR boiler modern
three pass oil fire package boilers, Velox and Loefflor lamont boilers, boiler mounting and boiler
accessories.
5. STEAM TURBINE AI:LD STEAM CONDENSORS
Steam nozzle - types and applications, Steam Turbine, Types Impulse, reaction, combined their
construction and working (simple problem), Compounding, Regenerative feed heating and
bleeding of turbines governing. of turbines, Steam condensors - classification, Daltons law of
Compounding, Regenerative feed heating and bleeding of turbines governing of turbines; Steam
condensors function, classification, Daltons law of partial pressure, sources of air leakage
calculation, condenser efficiency, vacuum efficiency. Cooling To..yer.
6. I.C. ENGINE AND TESTING·
Various power cycles, Otto, diesel and dual cycles with simple numericals, Classification of I.C.
engine and working principle of 4,2 stroke cycle, valve timing diagram.
Engine power - ISP FP and SP, Mechanical, thermal, relative, volumetric efficiency fuel
consumption, SSFC, Morse and motoring test, heat balance sheet, concept of pollutants in
exhaust gases in petrol and diesel engine such as CO, unburnt Hydro carbon, their effect on
Environment Exhaust gas analysers. tor petrol and diesel engines, Central motor vehicles Act
provisions 1989 Section 115" Regulations.
7. GAS TURBINE
Working cycle, classification, application of gas turbine. Constant volume and constant pressure
gas turbines, Principle of Turbojet, Turboprop, Ranjet Rockets, Rocket'jets. rocket fuels.
8. AIR COMPRESSOR
Industrial use of compressed air, Classification, construction and working of single and two stage
compressor, Efficiency-volumetric, isothermal, mechanical (numericals) Multistaging-
Advantage. of multistaging.
9. PRINCIPLES OF REFRIGERATION
Revere Carnot cycle Principal of refrigeration COP Heat pump and Refrigeration Units of
refrigeration, Types of Refrigeration such as Ice refrigeration, Steam and Jet refrigeration etc.
refrigeration system, vapour compression cycle its representation on P-H and T-S diagram.
Calculation. of work input, Refrigerating effect with simple numericals various types of
refrigerant used, Application of refrigeration, Vapour absorption Cycle, Electrolux refrigeration.
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layout of thermal, Gas turbine power plant, Nuclear power plant. Elements of Nuclear power
stations, Nuclear reactor, Types of nuclear reactor such as PWR, SWR, CANDU, BLEEDING
type reactor.
TE 2.8 : INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION & SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT
Unit I : understanding the Content of Manufacturing Industry by the Technician to understand his
role.
1. OVERVIEW OF SECTORS OF DEVELOPMENT
1 .1 Introduction
1.2 Indian Industry.
1.3 Fundamental concepts & growth of Indian Manufacturing industry.
1.4 Stages of scientific technological revolution in India.
1.5 Major areas of Indian Industry.
1.6 Globalization of Indian industry (GATT)
2. FORMS OF OWNERSHIP OF MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Proprietorship
2 3 Partnership,
2.4 Joint stock companies.
2.5 State enterprises (Govt Public Corporations Government undertaking)
2.6 Co-operative enterprises (Consumers. Products) .
3. VIEWING OF MANUFACTURING ORGANISATION AS A SYSTEM.
3.0 Introduction.
3.1 Necessity of manufacturing organisation as a system
3.2 Structure of an organisation.
3.3 Essentials of an organisation
3.4 Types of organizations.
4. INDUSTRIAL ACTS
4.1 Introduction.
4.2 Factory acts.
4.3 Industrial disputes act
4.4 Boiler act.
4.5 Workman's Compensation act
4.6 Indian electricity act.
4.7 Pollution control act
4.8 ESI act
UNIT II: UNDERSTANDING THE NATURE OF SHOP FLOOR JOBSITASKS OVER
WHICH THE TECHNIICIAN SUPERVISES
5.0 Nature of Shop Floor Jobs to be supervised
5.1 Introduction
5.2 System concept (model of system)
5.3 Viewing shop floor activities from system concept.
5.3.1 Product specifications.
5.3.2 Resource specification. System input Resource input
5.3.3 Process of transformation.
5.4 Understanding engineering drawing of a shop floor activity (Process drawing separating)
5.5 Separating of resumes for procurement of resources.
5.6 Preparation for planning &: procurement of resources.
6. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
6.0 Introduction
6.1. Causes of accidents.
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6.3 Safety procedures.
6.4 Accident reporting & investigation.
6.5 Occupational safety & health administration.
6.6 Promoting safety awareness employ
UNIT- III UNDERSTANDING SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT BY THE SUPERVISOR
FOR EXECUTION OF SHOP FLOOR JOBS
CONCEPT OF MANAGEMENT
7.1 Introduction
7.2 What is management of a job?
7.3 Why scientific management is essential ?
7.3.1 Handing complexity.
7.3.2 Optimization.
7.4 Detailing of each step of scientific management be a supervisor.
7.4.1 Planning by supervisor.
7.4.1.1 objectives of planning of a technicians job
(Examples of misplanned & planned activities.)
7.4.1.2 Prescribing standard forms for planning activities
7.4.1.3 Budgeting at supervisory level
7.4.1.4 Introduction to P.E.R T.
7.4.1.5 Deciding physical & mental activities of workers
7.4.1.6 Finding programmes of action to carry out the jobactical Contents
7.4.2 Organizing a supervisor
7.4.2.1 Provision of physical resources
7.4 2.2 Matching of human needs with job need
7.4.2.3 Allotment of tasks to individual.
7.4.2.4 Establishing relationship among persons working in a group.
7.4.3.1 Directing by a supervisor
7.4.3.1 Need of issuing instructions to the subordinate the supervisor
7.4.3.2 Need for clarity completeness & feasibility of the order
7.4.3.3 On the. spot adjustments during execution of order.
7.4.3.4 Personal counseling ..
7.4.3.5 Reviewing communication effective less.
7.4.3.6 Advanced working for possible mistakes.
7.4.3.7 Elaborating decisions.
7.4.3.8 Disciplining
7.4.4 Motivating subordinates by a supervisor.
7.4.4.1 Workers participation in management of job.
7.4.4.2 Achievement motivation.
7.4.4.3 Recognition by the peer group & group leader.
7.4.4.4 Helping growth of an individual in the organisation.
7.4.1.5 Delegation of responsibility to subordinates.
7.4.4.6 Providing cleanliness, safety & identifying human needs
7.4.5 Co-ordination & implementation of shop floor jobs
7.4.5.1 Understanding link of one department with other in respect of process
7.4.5.2 Understanding duties of various officials in ·your department with other in respect of
process,
7.4.5.3 Orderly synchronization of magnitude, direction & time of action of subordinate staff.
7.4.5.4 Management. (for decision making)
7.4.6 Controlling the performance of team by the supervisor.
7.4.6.1 Control of (a) Quantity {b} Quality of Production (c) Time (d) Cost
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8. INTEGRATING THE STEPS TO BE TAKEN BY A SUPERVISOR IN MANAGING
HIS JOB (check List)
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Paining the days works.
8.3 Supervisory responsibility survey.
8.4 Check list for accepting the assignment of new department
UNIT - IV TOWARDS CAREER.
9. MOVING UP IN YOUR ORGANISATION
9.1 Introduction.
9.2 Demonstrate your job competence.
9.3 Become an integral. part of the information network. 9.4 What sort of attitudes & actions you
should avoid? 9.5. Find ways to exhibit your leadership & initiative.
9.6 Look for or accept challenging responsibilities.
9.7 Stress the value of your contribution.
TE 2.9 FLUID POWER
1. PROPERTIES OF OIL AND FLUIDS
Viscosity, grades, additives, fire resistance selection of fluid, contamination of fluids, filters, fire
point, flash point, filtration methods.
2. STATIC PRESSURE
Pascal's law, concept of static pressure, intensity of pressure, pressure head, total pressure on a
plane surface, centre of pressure for rectangular, triangular circular surface.
3. MEASUREMENT OF PRESSURE
Concept of atmospheric pressure, gauge pressure, vacuum pressure, gauges, peizometer tube,
simple and differential manometer bourdon pressure gauge.
4. FLOW OF FLUIDS.
Type of flows, law of continuity, energy possessed by flowing fluid, Bernoulli's theorem and its
applicatior' such as venturimeter and pilot tube coefficient of discharge.
5. FLOW THROUGH PIPES
Laws of fluid friction for laminar and turbulent flow. Darcy's equation for frictional losses chezy's
frictional loss, loss of head due to sudden enlargement contraction - obstruction, bent, loss at exit,
total. energy line, hydrauulic ingredient line, power transmitted through pipe transmission
efficiency, water hammer and its effects.
6. HYDRAULIC TURBINES (NO NUMERICALS)
Classification & selection of turbines, Construction and working of Pelton wheel, Francis
1urbine, Kaplan turbine, comparison of turbines, function of draft tube, types of draft tube,
cavitation in turbines.
7. CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Construction and working of C.O.P. calculation of manometric efficiency, overall efficiency
velocity diagram. Types of casings and impellers, need of priming and methods of priming of a
C.O.P. Net positive suction head its meaning, installation, testing of C.O.P. as per IS
specifications. Fault finding and remedies in working of C.O.P .. Types of C.O.P. their
construction and working (Multi stage, monoblock, submersible) pump Selection (using manuals
of manufacturers) and its' specification using manuals.

8. RECIPROCATING PUMPS
Theory: (No derivations and numericsls) Construction and working of single and double acting
reciprocating pump. Positive and negative slip. Reasons for cavitation and separation.
Introduction to concept of head. Practice: A practical on the pump with estimation of different
parameters.
9. HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC POWER DEVICES


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Rotary Pumps - Construction, Working Principle and application of gear pumps, Vane pump and
piston pump, Rotary Motors Construction and working principles and application
10. POWER CONTROLLING DEVICES
Classification of valves poppet, ball, needle, throttle, pressure control, flow control, direction
control, sequencing, synchronizing, rotary spool, sliding spool, two position, multi positive.
Construction and operation of above valves
11. ACCESSORIES OF PNEUMATIC CIRCUIT
Filters - Types, function construction. Tubing and hose Types, construction. Seals and Gaskets -
Types, function construction.
12. BASIC HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CIRCUIT
Meter in. Meter out, bleed off circuit. Regenerative circuit, Sequencing circuit.
TE 2.10 WORKSHOP PRACTICE
1.0 Power Transmission in Mechanical Drives.
Study of the followings
1.1 Belt drives:
1.1.1 Types of belts
1.1.2 Types of flat belt drives
1.1.3 V-belt drive:
1.2 Rope drives:
1.3 Chain drives:
1.3.1 Types of chains & their applications 1.4 Gear drives:
1.4.1 Types of gear trains (simple, compound epicyclic &reverted)
1.4.2 Classification of gears
1.4.3 Gear terminology.
2 : KEYS & COUPLINGS
2.1 Alignment of shafts
2.2 Function & types of keys, couplings:
2.2.1 Rigid (sleeve, clamp or compression & flange)
2.2.2 Flexible (bush type, Hook's joint & Oldham'S)
3: BEARINGS
3.1 Classification
3.2 Sliding contact bearings 3.3 Solid journal bearing;
3.4 Bushed bearing
3.5 Split bearing or plummer block.
3.6 Thrust bearing ( foot step & collar)
3.7 Rolling contact bearings
4: SEALS
4.1 Static seals
4.2 Dynamic seals ( in gland-packed stuffing box.in pumps, valves)
4.3 Oil seals
4.4 Mechanical seals & its classification'
5 : Introduction to Machine Tools
5.1 Lathe
5. I.1 Principle of turning
5.1.2 Specifications of a lathe
5.1.3 Lathe accessories & attachments
5.1.4 Lathe operations
5.2 Drilling & drilling machine:
5.2.1 Elements of drilling machine
5.2.2 Types of drilling machine
6 : WOOD WORKING SHOP

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Anyone composite job from the following involving different joints, turning and planning,
surface finish b~, emery paper, varnishing etc. e.g. square stool, tea-poy centre table, choupang.
table lamp, bed sofaset bookback. cabinet. notice board. show cases, tables. chairs etc.
Note :- One Job 10 be allotted to a group of 2 to 4 student -depending on volume of work to be
carried out.
I . FABRICATION SHOP
Including ARC gas, welding gas cutting, remetalling of wornout. It parts Or rebuilding of broken
parts with gas welding
One Job, Which is having marketability to be selected and performed
In a group of 2 to 4 student depending on volume of works e.g. Waste paper basket, grill, door
and window. panel, tree guard. door and window frame, table frame (square pipe 2Smm) cooler
frame (folding type) etc' A fitting job need not be a separate activity. It Should be practical
oriented supporting to other manufacturing activities. Some separate fitting lob to be performed
like e.g. Taper sunkey Preparation of right angle, acute angle, absolute angle, surfaces using
filling. Drilling & tapping on such job.
8: PLUMBING AND SHEET METAL WORKS
One job - nipple. coupling for a standard pipe, pipe threading using standard die set.
One job· Letterbox, trunk. grain container, waterheater container, bucket, wastepaper basket,
coolar tary. water draining channel, funnel ete. (InclUding soldering and pivoting).
DEMONSTRATION: The instructor will give the Demonstration of the following operations
Welding,( TIG/ MIG). Soldering. Brazing
Note :- Work book to be submitted comprising, job drawing, narration, of process adopted in
each shop for a given job along with a sketches of tools used for cutting, sketches of necessity
tools & equipments with the specification & application.
TE 2.11 MACHINE DESIGN
1. INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN
1.1 Basic design requirements for machine elements
1 .2 General design process
1.3 General design consideration like selection of material selection of factor of safety, selection
of stress concentration factor, effect of creep, type of manufacturing process, economic
consideration
1.4 Commercial designation of materials, I.S,-specifications
1 .5 Use of design data book,
2. STRENGTH CONSIDERATIONS
2.1 Types of stresses- tensile. compressive, shear bendingbearing, combined stresses.
2.2 Design of simple machine elements like levers, bolts Subjected to tension or compression
2.3 Design of cotter joint, knucle joint, lever safety, valve, bell crank lever, turn buckle.
2.4 Design of offset links. C-clam FRAME
3. DESIGN OF SHAFTS, KEYS, COUPLINGS
3.1 Design of hollow & solid shafts. effect of keyway on design of shaft
3.2 Design of various types of- keys,
3.3 Design of rigid & flexible couplings
3.4 Design of line shaft supported in two bearings and carrying one or two pulley between the
bearings, and design -of overhung. shaft.
4. DESIGN OF WELDED JOINT
4.1 Strength of V -butt welded joint, transverse & parallel filler joint. circular filler joint
42 Design of welded joint subjected to eccentric load and moment in tile plane of the weld
normal to the plane of the weld.
5. SCREWED JOINTS
5.1 Advantages & Disadvantages of screwed joint


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5.2 Common types of screwed fastening through bolts. tap bolts, studs, caps screws, machine
screws, sets
5.3 Stresses in screwed fastenings initial stresses due to external forces, stresses due to combined
load
5.4- Design of bolts for cylinder cover design of bolts Under eccentric loading.
6. DESIGN OF POWER SCREWS
6.1 Selection of thread profile for power screws
6.2 Frictions between screw & nut efficiency of screw thread condition for self locking
6.3 Design of Screw jack toggle jack, c-clamp, sluice valve
7. DESIGN OF SPRINGS
7.1 Desiatt of helical Springs
7.2 Design of leaf springs
8. POST DESIGN ASPECTS,
8.1 Ergonomic aspects
8.2 Ashetic considerations shape colour surface. finish
TE 2.12 METROLOGY & QUALITY CONTROL
1. METROLOGY-(A)
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Scope.
1 .3 Need of Inspection
1.4 Concept of mass production. Interchangibi1ity & selective assembly.
1.5 Concept of precision. accuracy sensitivity. amplification magnification
1.6 Error Sources of Errors,
2. MEASUREMENT
2.1 Principles of measurement
2.1 Standards of measurements Indian Standard. International Standard, line std, end std wave
length std.
2.3 Linear measurement concepts principles ..
2.4 Construction and working of simple instruments like Verniers, micrometers, slip guages, end
bars, length bars. surface plate, angle plate, V block.
2.5 Concept of calibration - Construction &, Working of calibration Tester.
3. LIMITS FITS & GAUGE
3.1 Concepts of Limits, Fits & Tolerances 3.2 Taylor's Principle
3.3 Design of Plug, ring & snap gauges,
3.4 591 9 - 1963 (Limits. Fits & Tolerances)
3.5 ISO system of Limits and Fits. Plain plug gauge
IS 3484 - 1966 Plain ring gauge
IS 3485 -1972 Snap gauge
IS 34n - 1973.
4. ANGULAR MEASUREMENTS
4.1 Concept
4.2 Construction & Working of universal bevel protractor Spirit level Sine bar, Snow Centre,
Angle Gauges, Angle Dekkor. Autocollimators
5. SCREW THREAD MEASUREMENTS
5.1 Terminology of screw thread.
5.2 Measurement of Different elements:
(a) Major Dia (b) Minor Dia (c) Effective Dia (d) Pitch
5.3 Construction & working of following instruments to above parameters
(a) Floating carriage micrometer. (b) Tool maker's microscope.
(c) Optical profile projector. (d) Pitch measuring machine.
(e) Screw thread micrometer. (f) Tangent micrometer.

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6. COMPARATOR
6.1 Principles of operation of various types of comparator like mechanical, electrical, optical,
pneu matic and electric.
6.2 Characteristic of good comparator. Relative advantages and disadvantages of various types of
compressor.
6.3 Study of dial indicator - types, construction and working.
6.4 Construction and Working of following mechanical comparator .Reed type. Johnson's
Microcenter Sigma comparator
7. SURFACE FINISH
7.1 Importance of surface finish for various types, of applications.
7.2 Concept of primary texture and secondary texture (Roughness and Waviness).
7.3 Terminology as per IS.
Direction of Lay.
C.LA,R.A; R.MS.
7.4 Various Techniques of qualitative analysis
7.5 Principles of operation of stylus probe type of instruments, Tomlinson's Surface meter
8. TESTING TECHNIQUES
8.1 Straightness testing by straight edge, spirit level & Autocollimators.
8.2 Flatness Testing by straightness testing techniques & by optical flats.
8.3 Square ness Testing - by dial indicator, optical square, indicating method.
8.4 Parallelism Parallelism Testing between two, axes, two planes, one stationary other moving,
axis of rotation and trajectory.
9. GEAR MEASUREMENT
9.1 Terminology.
9.2 Measurement of individual elements by different suitable instrument
9.3 Parkinson gear tester, backlash, run out
10. MACHINE TOOL TESTING.
10.1 Alignment, test to be carried out with lathe, drilling machine, milling machine.
11. NON - DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT)
11.1 Concept.
11.2 Different techniques like visual exam, pressure and leak test, penetrating liquid test, thermal
test, radiographs; ultrasonic testing magnetic testing.
QUALITY CONTROL
1. QUALITY FUNCTION
1.1 Meaning of Quality Control.
1 .2 Inspection - concept, need, planning.
1.3 Difference between Quality control and Inspection.
1.4 Difference between Quality of Design Quality of confirmation and Quality of predominance
1.5 Concept of Reliability and manageability:
2. QUALITY OBJECTIVES.
2.1 Quality objectives Quality policies.
2.2 Quality specifications.
3. QUALITY ASSURANCE
3.1 Concept
3.2 Qua1ity mindlessness, Quality audit, vendor quality rating capabilities 3.3 Quality circles -
concept, purpose and function.
4. QUALITY ECONOMICS
4.1 Cost of Quality, value of Quality and balance between the two.
4.2 Economics of Quality control - appraisal prevention external and internal failure cost.
5. QUALITY ORGANISATION
5.1 Organisation for quality.

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5.2 Quality systems, concept of total quality management ISO 9000 Concept and its evaluation
and implication.
5.3 Machine capability & studies 5.4 National & internal-codes
PRACI1CAL
3. Visit to industry Which has got ISO 9000 certificate to study different aspects applicable to
ISO certification
6. STATICALLY QUALITY CONTROL (SQC)
6.1 Meaning and importance of SQC
6.2 Mention of frequency distribution, mean, medium standard deviation, range variance,
variable measurement and attribute measurements.
6.3 Construction of, frequency distribution curve, frequency histogram frequency polygon,
frequency curve 6.4 Normal distribution Curve, area under the curve, & its interpretation.
6.5 Control charts for Variables - X and R chart.
6.6 Control charts for attributes - P chart and C chart.
6.7 Process capability of machine concept. degeneration of statistical Units and comparison with
tolerance limits to determine capable or incapable process.
6.8 Acceptance sampling Concept comparison with 100 % inspection different types of sampling
plans with merits and demerits O.C. curve - significance and importance,. producer's risk. AOL,
AOOL, IOL, LTD.
7. Acceptance sampling and O.C Curve Different -sampling plans understand the practice as per
I.S. Plot different important points on D.c. curve
TE 2.13: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
1. Theory - Production & Productivity
1 .0 Concept of production in industry.
1 .1 Definition of Production, Production System.
1.2 Type of Production System, Advantages & Disadvantages 1.3 Suitable examples of
Production system Productivity
1.4 difference Between Production & Productivity, Importance of Productivity 1.5 Measurement
of Productivity, Techniques of Improving Productivity.
2. Product Design & Development Theory
2.1 Introduction to product Design
2.2 Effect of product design on cost requirements of good product Design 2.3 Factors affecting
product design.
2.4 Introduction to product development
2.5 Factors / aspects of Product Development
2.6 Concept of simplication, standardization, specialization & Interchangeability
3. Cost Estimation Theory
3.0 Definitions, Cot Accounting, Elements of cost.
3.1 Components of cost, break even analysis, break even chart, function of break even chart.
3.2 Break even Point, estimations of cost elements.
3.3 Methods of cost estimating, Data requirements for cost estimating, steps in making cost
estimates numerical.
3.4 Calculations of mlc times for turning, Drilling, Milling, Grinding, Shaping, Selling price of
the product.
4. Plant Layout and Material Handling Theory
4.0 Utilization of techniques in plant layout.
4.1 Types of plant layout & comparison.
4.2 Slection of space requirements in layout.
4.3 Design & layout of work station.
4.4 Need for material handling devices in industries, Different Material Handling devices. 4.5
Equipments, Sketches, Meaning, Comparisons of systems & Its Application.

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5. Process Planning
5.0 Planning of process from raw material to finished product
5.1 Process operation sheet. Determination of inspection stage.
5.2 Selection of appropriate m/c equipment for process. m/c capacity selection. 5.3 Techniques of
planning and assemblies.
6. Control of Production systems theory
6.0 Meaning of Control of Production scheduling.
6.1 Production control, Dispatching Methods. Routing Progress Control.
6.2 Flow Control of Materials, Components. Parts & sub - assemblies to the final product.
6.3 Flow control applied to continuous production. line balancing & Techniques.
6.4 Introduction & application of CPM & PERT. Method of Planning control at large & its
simple Numerical.
7. Method Study
7.0 Introduction and objectives of method study.
7.1 Method study procedure.
7.2 Selection of work for Method study. 7.3 Recording techniques & critical. 7.4 Examination.
7.5 Development of improved methods. 7.6 Principles of Motion Economy.
7.7 Work Place Layout.
7.8 Human factors in motion study.
8. Work Measurement.
8.0 Introduction and objectives of work measurement.
8.1 Procedures of work measurement.
8.2 Equipment used and scientific method of work.
8.3 Merit rating calculations & allowances.
8.4 New Management techniques & principles.
9. Inventory Control Theory
9.0 Definition of Inventory Control.
9.1 Inventory Control of Materials in process.
9.2 Deciding Economic Batch Quantity. Determining.
9.3 Maximum & Minimum Stock.
9.4 Methods adopted for stock control.
9.5 ABC analysis. Material requirement planning.
9.6 Manufacturing requirement planning.
10. Jigs & Fixtures Theory
10.0 Definitions of Jig & Fixtures.
10.1 Importance & Its applications.
10.2 Principles of Jig & Fixtures.
10.3 Principles of Jig & Fixtures, Locators, Clamps, Support Bushes, Six degree freedom.
10.4 Two simple examples giving proper applications of simple Jigs & Fixtures for elementary
machining operation.
TE 2.14 REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
1. Introduction
1.1 Need of Refrigeration
1.2 Application of Refrigeration (Food preservation Ice plant ice-cream, dairy products,
transportation chemiical &. industrial process)
2. Refrigeration Cycle
2.1 Reversed comet cycle on PV &. T- S diagram
2.2 Bell Coleman cycle - PV, & T -S diagram their advantages &.disadvantages
2.3 Vapour Compressions cycle -PV, TS & PH diagrams calculation of cop, effect ot
superheating & under cooling
3. Vapour Absorption System

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3.1 Ammonia Vapour, Absorption system its comparison with Vapour compression system.
4. Refrigerator
4.1 Refrigerants and their desirable properties
4.2 Selection of Refrigerant according to applications 4.3 Secondary refrigerant
5. Construction & Working of Vapour Compression System,
5.1 Construction & working of various types of compressors hermetic open type vane type, screw
type, centrifugal type
5.2 Construction & working of evaporators. Flooded type. dry expansion type their application.
5.3 Construction & working & application of various types of expansion devices. automatic
expansion valve, thermostatic expansion valve, capillary tube, solenoid.
5.4 Controls - High & low pressure cut outs, thermostat, overload protector.
UNIT II: AIR CONDITINING SYSTEM
6. Introduction
6.1 Need of Air- Coi1tlitioning
6.2 Application-human comforts Industrial automobile Ale.
Psychometric
7.1 Psychometric properties of air DBT. WBT. OPT specific & relative humidity degree of
saturation enthalpy of moist air Dalton's law of Partial pressure
7.2 Psychometric charts -location of state and calculation of unknown properties with
Psychometric charts. 7.3 Psychometric processes sensible heating and cooling latent, heating and
cooling & heating with humidification cooling & heating with dehumidification.
8. Conduct a trial in Air conditioning testing.
8. Cooling
8.1 Sources of heat - conduction & radiation from wall, occupants load equipment load
infiltration, Miscellaneous Safety Factor Calculation of total load in Tons of refrigeration
8.2 Safety factor
8.3 Calculation of total load in Tons of refrigeration
9 Air Conditioning Equipments
9.1 Air filter, humilidifier Dehumidifiers, Fans & blowers
10. Insulation
10.1 Types of insulating materials used in Alc
10.2 Properties required according to applications
10.3 Methods I procedure of insulating the equipment system.
11. Air Conditioning systems
11.1 central air conditioning
11.2 Unitary air conditioning
11.3 Window air conditioning
11.4 Spit air condition
11.5 Package air conditioning
11.6 All air & water system
12. Seasonal Air, Conditioning
12.1 Summer air conditioning.
12.2 Winter air conditioning
12.3 Year round air conditioning
12.4 Evaporative cooling
13. Air Distribution
13.1 Types of ducts,
13.2 Losses in ducts
13.3 Lay of duets for central air conditioning unit·
13.4 Different outlets used in air distribution
14. Manufacturing of Refrigeration & Air conditioning System

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14.1 Overview of Manufacturing System
14.2 Steps involved in manufacturing of Refrigeration and Air conditioning System.
14.3 Function of Technician in Manufacturing. of Refrigeration & Air conditioning System.
TE 2.15 AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM:
UNIT-I AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
1. Automobile manufacturing Industry
1.1 Role of automobile mfg. industry in economic development of the country.
1.2 Major industries in India
1.2.1 Their historical background.
1.2.2 Present status of product, turnover size etc,
1.3 Different sections of Automobile industry & their function & Roles, in the development of
industry, 1.4 Roles & Function of the Technician.
1.4.1 Functions of Production section automobile mfg. industry
1.4.2 Functions of different mfg process in automobile industry
1.4.3 Functions of manufacturing technician in each mfg process
UNIT II: AUTOMOBILES SYSTEM
2. Automobile System
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Components of Automobile
2.1.2 Classification of Automobile
2.2 Transmission system
2.2.1 Clutch
2.2.2 Gear Box
2.2.3 Propeller shaft & rear axle.
2.2.4 Wheel tyres
2.3 Steering system
2.4 Braking system
2.5 Suspension system
UNIT - III : OPERATION & CONTROL OF AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING
SYSTEM
3. M/C Tools and Process
3.1 Describing different Mfg. Processes used in Automobile Mfg. Process.
3.2 Describing different ~/C tools used in Automobile Mfg. System.
4. Principles & Procedures of operation and control
4.1 Scheduling in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.2 Despatching in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.3 Routing in Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.4 Stages in operation of Automobile Manufacturing System.
4.5 Procedure of control of Automobile Manufacturing System.
UNIT - IV: QUALITY CONTROL IN AUTOMOBILE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM
5. Quality Control.
5.1 Concept of quality control in Automobile Manufacturing System.
5.2 Principles of quality control of Automobile Manufacturing System. 5.3 Procedure of quality
control in Automobile Manufacturing System.
Project as per Guide Line & Industrial Training of three Months at any AlCTE Recognised
Polytechnic.




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