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					                                                                              (B. TECH. First Year)
                                     ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
                                            M 101
Unit - I
Geometrical construction, use of instruments, scales, engineering curves.
Orthographic projections, conversion of pictorial views to orthographic views and vice
versa. Dimensioning.
Unit – II
Projections of points, lines, planes and solids.
Unit – III
Development of plane and curved surfaces, sections of solids.
Unit – IV
Orthographic projections of simple elements of machines like nut, bolt, rivets, keys and cotters, joints,
pulleys etc.




                                                                                                       1
                           WORKSHOP PRACTICE
                                    M 141
(PRACTICE ONLY) : Students will do practice in following shop.
  1.    Carpentary
  2.    Fitting
  3.    Black smith
  4.    Foundary
  5.    Welding.
Books and References:
  1. Engg. Drawing with Auto CAD        by   T. Jayapoovam
  2. Engg. Graphics including Autocad   by   Lakshminarayan and Vaishwanar
  3. Machine Drawing                    by   Lakshminarayan and Vaishwanar
  4. Engineering Graphics               by   K.R. Mohan




                                                                             2
                                    Mechanical Engg Lab.
                                         M 191

1. Study of Power plant layout in general.
2. Study of Fire Tube of Boiler.
3. Study of Water Tube of Boiler.
4. Study of Boiler Mountings & Accessories .
5. Study of Steam Engines.
6. Study of 4 Stroke Spark Ignition Engine .
7. Study of 4 Stroke Compression Ignition Engine .
8. Study of 2 Stroke Spark Ignition Engine .
9. Load Test on any one Internal Combust ion Engine.




                                                           3
                                                                  (B. TECH. Second Year)
                             THERMAL ENGINEERING - I
                                    M 201
UNIT – I
Engineering Thermodynamics: Laws of Thermodynamics: Zeroth,First,Second & Third
and related Corollaries.
Thermodynamics Relations: Maxwell’s Relations. Joule Thomson Coeff icient.
UNIT – II
CYCLES
Vapour Power Cycles : Rankine cycles,calculation for work and efficiency, bina ry vapour
cycles, Combined cycles.
Gas Power Cycles : Carnot cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle, cycle calculations & Analysis
UNIT –III
Steam Generators: Boilers for power plants. Constructional details of modern boilers and
their applications. Boiler Draught and Boiler Operations & performance.
Nozzles:   Steady    flow energy equation and its application to steam nozzle. Isentropic
expansion of     steam     through convergent    and divergent nozzles. Critical pressure,
condition for maximum discharge, choking of nozzles, effect of back pressure. Super
saturated flow through nozzles, flow with friction, nozzle efficiency.
UNIT – IV
Steam Turbines:      Principle and working of impulse and reactions turbines, pressure and
velocity compounding ,Velocity triangle s for various   types, efficiencies , steam speed to
blade speed ratio for optimum performance, losses in steam turbines, performance at part
loads and governing of turbines.
Steam Condensers: Classification and working; effect      of air leakage ;calculation of wet
and dry air pump capacities Cooling water requirements,   vacuum and condenser efficiency,
various components of condensing plant, requirements       of a good cond enser, important
design parameters.
UNIT - V
Gas Turbines & Jet Propulsion:        Cycle Analysis,     intercooling, reheating and heat
exchangers, turbine efficiencies. Introduction to Gas Turbine Combustion Chambers. Jet
propulsion:    Calculation for   thrust pow er, speed   and efficiency turbojet and   turbo
propulsion system.
Books and References:
  1. Thermal Engineering                    by    S. Domkundwar
  2. Thermal Engineering                    by    R.K. Rajput
  3. Thermodynamics                         by    E.J. Lay
  4. Gas Turbines                           by    Cohen & Rogers
   5. Introduction of Gas Dynamic           by    R. Rotty


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              MECHANICAL ENGINEERING GRAPHICS M 202

UNIT –I :
Computer Graphics: Introduction to general purpose graphics software, plotting techniques,
coordinate system transformations, line drawing, polygon an circle generation. Dra wing
entity commands of Computer drafting. Sectional and dimensional drawing using computer.
UNIT – II :
Isometric projections and interpenetration of surfaces.
UNIT- III to V:
Orthographic projections of machine parts and assembly drawings of couplings bearings,
brackets, hangers, connecting rods, pistons, eccentric etc.
Books and References:
   1. Engg. Drawing with Auto CAD                  by     T. Jayapoovam
   2. Engg. Graphics including Autocad             by     Lakshminarayan and Vaishwanar
   3. Machine Drawing                              by     Lakshminarayan and Vaishwanar
   4. Engineering Graphics                         by     K.R. Mohan




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                         MATERIAL SCIENCE ENGINEERING
                                     M 203
UNIT – I
Crystalline Nature: Crystal structure; Space lattice constants; Miller indices; Imperfections
in crystals, point defects and line defects and surface d efects. Effects of crystal structure
and imperfection on properties.
UNIT –II
Plastic Deformation of Metals and Alloys: Mechanisms of plastic deformation, role of
dislocation; slip and twinning. Effect on properties, theory of work hardening; T heories
of   recrystallisation and grain growth, Powder metallurgy – Theory and applications.
UNIT – III
Phase and Phase Equilibrium : Types of          phases, Solid solution, Hume Rothery's rules,
Solidification of alloys; Phase diagrams, Phase and Lever Rules relationship of micro –
structure and properties, Iron – Carbon equilibrium diagram. Iron Carbon alloys, Effect of
alloying elements.
UNIT – IV
Heat Treatment and Alloys: Phase transformation in steel. `TTT diagram, Detailed study
of various heat treatment Processes, Hardenability, case hardening, Applications of case
hardening.
UNIT – V
Engineering Materials: Alloy steels for        various    applications. Tool steel, Spring steel,
Corrosion    resistant   steel.   Nonferrous   alloys    and   their   applications,   Nat ional   and
International Standards. Polymers – different types, their properties, selection for various
application, moulding techniques, Ceramics Introduction to composites, different types,
properties and their applications. Introduction to nano materia ls and applications.
Books and References:
     1. Material Science                                 by    Narula, Narula & Gupta
     2. A first course on Material Science               by     Raghavan
     3. Principles of Physical Mettalurgy                by    Reedhill
     4. Material Science                                 by    by Callister




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                            KINEMATICS OF MACHINES
                                    M 204
UNIT -I
Kinematics :Types of plane motion, kinematic concept of links, types of pair, types of
chains, kinematics of chains ,mechanism and machines, equivalent linkages, constraints
and degree of freedom, Grubler’s equation, inversion of four bar, slider crank and double-
slider crank chain, Movability Criterion.
UNIT -II
Motion synthesis: Application to four link mechanisms, Transmission angle, chebyshev
spacing of precision points, coupler curve, cognate linkages, pole method, relative pole
method, overlay method, freudenstein’s method, bloch’s method, function generation,
computer aided synthesis of mechanisms.
UNIT -III
Motion     analysis:   Absolute   and   relative    motion,   kinematics    quantities   and   their
relationship: vector diagrams ,instantaneo us centers and kennedy’s theorem, velocity
analysis, relative and absolute velocity methods, method of instantaneous centers,
acceleration analysis, acceleration polygon, coriolis acceleration, slider crank mechanisms,
mathematical analysis, special graphi cal method, motion graphics in determination of
displacement ,velocity and acceleration of reciprocating parts.
Computer aided analysis of mechanisms.
UNIT -IV
Toothed Gears: Fundamental law of gearing, classification and terminology, geometry
and kinematic considerations of various tooth profiles. The involute and cycloid profiles,
spur gears and other types, standard in tooth forms, interference, path , arc of contact &
Contact ratio.
UNIT -V
Cams: Classification, types of motion curve and analytical c onstruction of cam, profile for
different followers, pressure angle and cam size, cam with specified contours, cam
synthesis, Gyroscope,elements of Gyroscopic Mo tion,Gyroscopic Torque equation.
Books and References:
1. Theory of machines                          by      Rattan
2. Mechanism & machine theory                  by      Rao & Dukkipati
3 Theory of mechanism & machines               by      Ghosh and Mallik
4 Theory of machines                           by      Thomas Bevan
5. Theory of mechanism & machines              by      Shigley and Uicker
6. Mechanics of Machines                       by      V.Ramamurti
7. Design of Machinery                         by      Norton

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                     THERMAL ENGINEERING – I                 LAB.
                                M 242

S. No.   Name of Experiment
   1.    Study of Nestler’s Boilers.
   2.    Study of surface condenser.
   3.    Study of Rover’s Gas Turbine.
   4.    Study of Steam Turbine.
   5.    Study of Gas Turbine Combustion Chamber.
   6.    Study of cut of cut model of 4 cylinder 4 stroke petrol engine.
   7.    Study of Ignition System of S.I. Engine.
   8.    Study of Fuel Injection System of Diesel Engine.
   9.    Load Test on Ruston Diesel Engine




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                    MATERIAL SCIENCE ENGINEERING LAB
                                 AM 242

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS
 1.  Preparation and Study of Models of Crystal Structure of Metals.
 2.     Preparation & Study of Models of Crystal Imperfections in Metals.
 3.     Preparation of Specimen for Meta llographic Examination.
 4.     Study of Metallurgical Microscope.
 5.     Study of Microstructure of Steel.
 6.     Study of effects of Heat Treatment on the Microstructure and properties of Steel.
 7.     Determination of ASTM Grain size number.
 8.     Determination of Carbon and Su lphur in Steel.
 9.     Study of Alloy Analyser and Analysis of Alloys.
 10. Effect of Shot peening/ Cold working on metals.
 11. Effect of carburising on Micrstructure of Steel.
 12. Effect of Processing Parameters on Injection Moulding of elastics.
 13. Effect of Processing Pa rameters on Blow Moulding of Plastics.
 14. Effect of processing Parametrs on Compression Moulding of Plastics.
Books and References:
      1. Experiments in Engineering Materials             by Higgerson
      2. Experimental Physical Metallurgy                 by Kehl




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                       THERMOFLUID ENGINEERING
                                 M 251
UNIT – I
     Concept of continuum, types of fluids and their properties, Kinematics of fluid
     flow: Lagrangian & Eulerian Method, Description of Fluid Flow, Stream Line, Path
     line and Streak Line, Types of Flow and Types of motion, local and convective
     acceleration, Integral forms of Continuity equation, Momentum equation and Energy
     equations, simple problems on all topics.
UNIT - II
     Gas Dynamics: (a) Continuity, momentum and energy equations for one -dimensional,
     steady and compressible f lows, review of thermo -dynamical concepts stagnation and
     critical properties.

      (b) Isentropic flow: sonic velocity, Mach number, Mach angle, propagation of sound
      wave, isentropic flow through nozzles; choking, effect of friction, under design and
      off design conditions, effect of area variation on isentropic flow; relationship
      between pressure drop, area and Mach number and simple problems.
UNIT - III
      (a) Normal shock; governing equations, analysis of normal shock, Rankine -Hugoniot
          relation, Prandtl relatio n, Propagation of Shock Wave, Converging and Diverging
          Nozzles with normal Shock Waves, numerical problems.
      (b) Flow through ducts of constant area: governing equations; adiabatic flow (Fanno -
          line), frictionless flow with heat transfer (Rayleigh line), numer ical problems.
UNIT - IV
     Laminar flow through pipes, viscous flow between parallel plates, shear stress
     distribution in a fully developed pipe flow, loss of head due to friction; Darcy
     resistance equation, major and minor losses, pipes in series & paral lel and simple
     problems.
     Boundary Layer Theory: Physical Concept of Laminar and Turbulent boundary layer,
     Force on immersed bodies: Lift and Drag, simple problems.
UNIT – V
     Hydraulic Turbines : Classification of turbines and their     constructional detail s,
     fundamental       equation for power developed and efficiency, performance
     characteristics, unit quantities, specific speed, governing of turbines , cavitation
     and simple problems on various topics.

Books and   References:
     1.      Thermal Engineering                        R.K. Rajput
     2.      Thermal Power Engineering                  R. Yadav
     3.      Thermal Engineering                        Domkundwar
     4.      Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic machines.    R.K. Bansal
     5.      Turbo Machines                             A Valan Arasu




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                                 MACHINE DESIGN -I
                                      M 252
UNIT –I
Design of fasteners: Knuckle, cotter, threaded joint, design and drawing of permanent
fasteners - riveted joints, welded joints, eccentric loading of riveted joints, welded and
bolted joints, and computer aided design of at least one joint
UNIT - II
Concepts of creep and fatigue, desi gn of shaft design for power transmission including
combined bending and torsion and design of shaft couplings, effects of stress
concentration, computer aided design of at least one coupling.
UNIT- III
Spring design: Helical springs, closed and open coil ed tension, compression springs and
their ends, design of leaf springs, power screws - designing for various types of screw
jacks, lead screw of lathe machine, and screw press.
UNIT- IV
Design methods, preliminary design, conceptual design, detailed design , and design for
manufacture, assembly environment, maintenance, reliability, concurrent engineering,
reverse engineering, and creative design.
UNIT- V
Hydraulic presses and pneumatic presses.
Books & References
1.    Mechanical Engineering Design          J.E. Shigley and Charles R.Mischke, TMH
2.    Engineering Design                     G.E. Dieter
3.    Mechanics of Solids, Vol. 2            E.J.Hearn
4.    Machine Design                         Kulkarni, TMH
5.    Handbook of Mechanical Design          G.M.Maitra and L.V. Prasad, TMH




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                          MANUFACTURING PROCESS – I
                                   M 253
UNIT – I
Lathe:Turning and related     operations, geometry    of a single point cutting tools, speed,
feed and depth of cut, classification of lathes, lathe mechanisms, lathe centres, mandrells,
chucks, collects, face plates, steady and follow re sts, tool holders their study and use.
Lathe Operations, lathe attachments, taper turning, thread cutting and their calculations,
lathe specifications. Introduction to CNC lathes.
UNIT –II
Drilling:   Geometry of    twist   drills, drill chucks, feeds in dri lling, machine types and
specifications, boring, reaming, spot facing, counter sinking and counter boring.
Shaping: Shaping and planning processes , type         of shapers and their mechanism, types
of planers, and their mechanism, principal tools, specific ations of shaper and planer.
Introduction CNC Drilling. Single & Multispindle)
UNIT –III
Foundry: Moulding sand testing, moulding methods and machines, casting processes, gray
Cast Iron, white cast iron and malleable Cast Iron. Iron castings.
Melting furnaces : Cupola and electric furnaces, oil fired, air furnaces, cupola design and
operation, design of casting, casting solidification, casting defects & remedies, gates,
runners & risers.
UNIT –IV
Welding: Resistance welding, weldability of metals, su bmerged, electroslag,        inert   gas
(TIG, MIG and CO2) carbon           arc welding, cold welding, thermite welding, friction
welding,    plasma arc   welding, electron beam welding, laser beam welding, pre –heating,
post heating   and stress relieving, welding defects a nd remedies, brazing and soldering,
welding symbols, welding consumables, classification, use and specifications.
UNIT – V
Cold working of metals:Press working equipment and operations, cutting action in a die,
clearance, classifications, shearing, drawin g, spinning, stretch forming, wire drawing,
embossing, squeezing, swaging, coining and bending operations, calculation of press
capacity. Quality assessment.
Books and References:
   1. Workshop Technology I & II              by Hazra Chowdhary
   2. Workshop Technology I & II              by Raghuwanshi

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                             DYNAMICS OF MACHINES
                                    M 254
UNIT –I
Flywheel and Governors : Fluctuation of energy and speed, design of flywheel ,force
analysis of governors, controlling force curves,sensitivity,stability,effort,power of
governor.
UNIT - II
Friction devices: power screw, plate, cone and centrifugal clutches, band and block
brakes.Dynamometer –Absorption and transmission types. Transmission of power by belts,
ropes and chains.Gear trains.
UNIT- III
Force Analysis of Machines: Concept of free body and i ts equilibrium.D’Alembert
principle dynamic force analysis.
Dynamics of Reciprocating Machines: Equivalent dynamical systems, inertia forces,
bearing loads, crank shaft torque delivered, forces on connecting rod, forces on crank
shaft.
Cam dynamics: Force Analysis of Cam follower systems, follower response, jumps and
cross over shock, zonson numerical analysis, unbalance spring surge and wind up.
UNIT- IV
Vibration ( longitudinal & transverse ) : Free, damped and forced vibrations of single
degree of freedom for a mechanical system, transverse vibration of loaded and unloaded
shafts, transverse vibration of shafts having several loads , critical speed for whirling of
shafts.
Vibration (torsional): Torsional Vibrations of geared system ,torsional vibrations of two
and three rotor systems, vibration transmission and isolation ,vibrations in two degrees of
freedom for a mechanical system.
UNIT-V
Balancing: Balancing of rotating masses in one plane and in different parallel planes,
balancing of four bar linkage s including slider crank mechanism, balancing of radial
engines, including V, In line and locomotive engines, principal of balancing machines.
Books & References
1.   Theory of mechanism & M achines         J.E. Shigley and Uicker
2.   Mechanical Vibration                    W.T. Thomson
3.   Theory of machines                      Rattan
4.   Mechanics of Machines                   V.Ramamurti
5.   Design of Machinery                     Norton
6.   Mechanical Vibrations                   G.K.Grover

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                              DYNAMICS OF MACHINE LAB.
                                       M 292

S.No.    Name of Experiment
1.      Balancing of Rotor on the Dynamic Balancing Ma chine.
2.      To find the Speed at which    jump Phenomenon occurs in the CAM follower
        Systems.
3.      To verify the Formula for Gyroscopic Couple.
4.      To obtain the controlling    force curves in watt, Porter, Proell and   Hartnell
        Governors.
5.      Plot of Longitudinal and Transverse oil Pressure Developments in the         Mitchell
        Tilting Pad Apparatus.
6.      Plot of Radial Pressure Distribution and      evaluation of load carrying capacity
        of the   Journal Bearing.
7.      To find the Torsional frequency of Vibration s (Undamped and Damped) of single
        and two rotor systems.
8.      To find Frequency of vibrations of a damped force Vibrating Systems.
9.      To find Natural Frequency of Vibration of Compound and Torsional Pendulums
        (Biflar and Trifilar Suspensions).
10.     To obtain the Static and Dynamic Balancing on the Experimental Apparatus.
11.     To Determine whirling speed of the shaft on the whirling apparatus & to verify
        the Dunkerley’s formula on it.
12.     Study of Dynamic – Vibration Absorber and Determin ation of spring stiffness and
        mass of the absorber.
13.     Sound and Vibration Measurements by Precision Sound Level Meter.


                                 General Proficiency : M 299
Each student will be educated about his interest in extra curricula r activities such as NCC,
NSS, Sports, Cultural & literacy activities during his s tay in the institute apart from
academic performance. The involvement of student in any undesirable activities will be
taken into account. The marks will be awarded by the committee, consisting of one
external member based on thorough discussion with the student.




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                                                                      (B. TECH. Third Year)

                      INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
                                 M 301
UNIT I
    Internal Combustion Engines – Engine types & their oper ation,S.I. and C.I. Engine
     operating parameters & performance characteristics, Valves & valve timing & Fuel
     air cycles.
     I.C. Engine System: Fuel, ignition, cooling, exhaust and lubrication system. Theory
     of carburation, simple problems on carburetion, SI Engine Fuel Injection . Fuel
     injection, simple problems on fuel inje ction.
UNIT II
     Combustion in SI Engines: Stages of combustion, effect of engine parameters on
     combustion, Abnormal Combustion in SI Engines, octane number. S alient features
     of various types of combustion chambers.
UNIT III
     Combustion in C.I. Engines : Stages of combustion in C.I. Engines , effect of engine
     parameters on combustion, cetane number, CI Engine knock. Salient features of
     various types of combustion chambers; heat release              diagrams for      different
     combustion chambers.
UNIT IV
     Alternate Fuels : for I.C. Engines: Hydrogen, bio -gas, alcohols, vegetable oil etc.
     Alternate Engines : Rotary combustion I.C. Engine, Stratified charge engine,
     Principle of working and salient features. Fuel Engines.
     Pollutants’ Formation & Control : Mechanism of formation or pollutants – CO, HC,
     NOx & Particulates. Measurement of Pollutants & their control techniques.
UNIT V
     Air    compressors:     Classification,    working   &     Performance     Characteristics:
     Reciprocating    Type    &   Centrifugal    Compressors,     Surging     and   Ch oking   of
     Compressors. Classification, working of other types of pumps and compressors.
     Supercharging in IC engines: Types and classification.
Books and   References:
     1.      A Course in I.C. Engine s                    M.L. Mathur & R.P. Sharma
     2.      Internal Combustion Engines                  V. Ganesan
     3.      Introduction to I.C. Engines.                Richard Stone.
     4.      Fundamentals of I.C. Engines                 J.B. Heywood.



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                    MANUFACTURING           PROCESSES - II
                                           M 302
UNIT I
 Mass Production Lathes: Turret lathes, ram type and saddle type, vertical turret lathe,
 turret     lathe   tooling, screw   machines, single and multi spindle screw machines,
 automatic lathes, single and multispindle automatic lathe, cycle time.
UNIT II
 Milling:     Types of milling operations,    milling   machines,   cutter -types, geometry,
 materials, size specifications, milling machine accessories, dividing heads, simple,
 compound, differential and angular indexing and calculations for cutting        of different
 types of gears.
UNIT III
 Thread and gear manufacturing and machines used          for cutting     threads and   gears.
 Broaching, geometry of the broaching tool, broaching machines.
 Grinding and other abrasive processes, types of abrasives and their properties, selection
 of grinding wheels, grinding machines, cylindrical and surface grinders, cent reless
 grinding, grinding fluids.
UNIT IV
 Modern foundries: Planning and layout of          modern mechanised foundries, machine
 moulding, core moulding, shell        moulding, investment moulding, plaster moulding,
 permanent mould casting,die casting and centrifugal casting, moulding machines.
 Forging :      Drop, horizontal, press and upset forging, forging hammer and presses,
 extrusion, piercing, drawing, coining composing, coupling.
UNIT V
 Superfinishing     Operations:   Buffing, polishing, lapping and honing, study o f surface
 finish and their measurement, acceptance test of machine tools.
 Hot working of Materials: Hot machine processes, hot rolling, pipe and tube production
 and extrusion process.
Books and References:
      1. Production Technology               by    R.K.Jain.
      2. Manufacturing Sciences              by    Ghosh & Mallick.




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                    MECHATRONICS                & INSTRUMENTATION
                                                M 303
UNIT I :
Introduction to Mechatronics and Instrumentation System
Introduction to an interdisciplinary approach, Control Systems, open loop and closed loop
control,   Measurement     Systems,       Mechatronics       systems,    Evolution      of   Mechatronics,
Architecture of Mechatronics, Sensors & Transducers, Performance terminology, Various
types of sensors and transducers, signal conditioning, data presentation.
UNIT II :
ActuationPneumatic and Hydraulic actuators, Mechanical actuators, Electrical actuators.
Design of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
UNIT III :
Logic Building and Processing Logic Gates, combinational and sequential logic, fuzzy
logic, microprocessor, programmable l ogic controller.
UNIT IV :
InstrumentationIntroduction          to   Instruments    :    application     of   instrument     systems,
functional elements of a measurement system, classification of instruments. Measurements,
methods     and   application    :   Force,   Torque    and     power,     pressu re,   temperature   etc.
measurements.
UNIT V :
Non Destructive Testing Introduction to NDT, scope and advantage of NDT, Non
destructive techniques:         Ultrasonic Crack detection,             Magnetic particle for various
materials, Eddy current, Dye Penetrant, radiograph y, acoustic emission.
Books & Reference:
1.    Mechatronics                                                W. Bolton
2.    Instrumentation,Measurement & Analysis                      Nakra and Choudhary
3.    Mechanical Measurements                                     Beckwith & Beck
4.    Mechanical Measurements                                     Sirohi & Radhekrishnan
5.    Non – Destructive Examination                               K.G. Boving Hand Book
6.    Non-Destmetine Testing                                      R. Halmshaw
7.    Mechatronics                                                HMT




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                          PRODUCTION ORGANISATOIN
                                   M 304
UNIT -I
Location planning: Site selection of factory, factors affecting selection of site, advantages
and disadvantages of rural and urban sites, single and multistory buildings.
Layout planning: Principles of plant layout, symptoms of a bad layout, types of layout,
their merits and demerits, flow patterns and factors affecting them, horizontal and vertical
flow lines, use of travel chart. Introduction to Computer aided layout planning.
UNIT – II
Types of production systems: job, batch and continuous production, flexible production,
sales forecasting and selection of job lot size, production planning and control: Ro uting,
scheduling, dispatching and follow up, progress reporting.
Material handling: Economic considerations and selection of material handling devices.
Quality concepts and control,TQM.
UNIT - III
Product design and development: need for product design, r esearch and development,
diversification, simplification, evaluation, standardization, modern product design and
development approach . Design of production system: production, importance, measurement
of production, productivity index, improving productivit y and its benefits. Concurrent
Engineering,various international certifications.
UNIT- IV
Inventory management: function of inventory, inventory control problems, economic order
quantity, re-ordering procedure, lead time, types of inventory control. Purch ase
management, its functions, methods and principles. Stores management, MRP, introduction
to supply chain management.
UNIT - V
Capacity planning: Importance of capacity decisions, defining and measuring capacity,
determining capacity requirements . Industrial safety, problems of industrial accidents, its
causes and remedies, job safety analysis, industrial hazards, noise and its control. Welfare
and safety.
Books and References:
     1. Industrial Engg. and Management                   –     O.P.Khanna
     2. Industrial Managem ent                            –     K.K.Ahuja
     3. Elements of production planning and control       –     S.Elion
     4. Industrial Engg. & Production Management          –     Martand Telsang



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                                    THERMAL ENGG.-II
                                         M 343

S. No.   Name of Experiment

   1.    To find IP of Newage 4 cylinder Petrol Engine by Morse test

   2.    To find IP of Suzuki 3 cylinder Petrol Engine by Morse test

   3.    To estimate and draw the heat balance sheet for a horizontal Ruston Diesel Engines

   4.    To find the effect of Ignition Timing on Newage petrol engine

   5.    To perform variable speed load te st on Newage petrol engine

   6.    To perform variable speed load test on Single Cylinder 4 Stroke petrol engine

   7.    To find the effect of Air/Fuel ratio on variable compression petrol engine [TD43] performance at
         constant throttle.

   8.    To find the effect of comp ression ratio on variable compression petrol engine
         [TD43] performance

   9.    To study a 2 wheeler chassis dynamometer & perform a test on it.

   10.   Load Test on Rover’s Gas Turbine

   11.   Load Test on Steam Turbine




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          MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES & MECHATRATRONICS L AB.
                               M 344


MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES                 LAB.

S. No.   Name of Experiment

1.       Manufacture of a Screw jack for a Car.
2.       Special Bolt for holding Stepney of a Car.
3.       Oil Chamber Bolt of a Car.
4.       Manufacturing     of different Items Moulding through Plastic Injection.
5.       Manufacturing of Different Bushes of various Materials.


MECHATRATRONICS AND INSTURMENTATION LAB.

S. No    Name of Experiment
1.       Study of Mechatronics training package along with the accessories available
         with the Lab.
2.       Study of Mechatronics Products Floppy Disk Drive, Dot Matrix Printer & CD
         Player.
3.       Control of AC Non Servo synchronou s motor clockwise & Anticlockwise in
         manual mode and through programm ing.
4.       Control of single acting cylinder and double acting cylinder by checking the
         retract position of the piston and extend position of the piston.
5.       Control of carriage manually and through programming .
6.       Control of Conveyor manually and through programming .
7.       Control of X-Y position table manually and through programming .
8.       Control of Rotary table using digital inputs.
9.       Determination of temperature of 1000W heating element with the help of
         disappearing element type optical pyrometer .
10.      Measure the viscosity of a given fluid with the help of digital viscometer.
11.      Measurement of table fan speed by stroboscope .
12.      Study of cathode ray oscilloscope (C.R.O.)




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                                HEAT     TRANSFER
                                        M 351
UNIT - I
     Steady State Conduction: Fourier’s law and general conduction equation in
     Cartesian & cylindrical coordinates, Analysis of composite slabs and cylinders,
     insulation desirable      properties    and critical thickness of factors affecting
     conductivity of metals, liquids,         gases and insulators, Effect of variable
     conductivity.
       Unsteady state Heat Transfer : Newtonian heating/cooling, sudden temperature,
     periodic heat flow, solution of unsteady state problems using Heisler charts.
UNIT- II
     Radiation: Mechanism, electromagnetic spectrum, reflectivity, absorbtivity,
     transmissivity, emissivity, emissive power, intensity of radiation, Planck's law,
     Wien's law, Stefan Boltzman’s law and Kirchoff’s law. View factor for simple
     geometries and view factor relations, Concept of black and gray body, Black body
     radiation exchange, radiatio n shields.
UNIT – III
     Convection: Analysis of free and forced convection using dimensional, analysis,
     significance of various dimensionless numbers e.g. Reynolds number, Prandtl
     number, Nusselt number, Grashoff's number, Biot number, empirical co -relations for
     plates and pipes under natural/forced convection conditions. Concept of thermal and
     hydrodynamic boundary layer.
       Heat Transfer & temp. distribution in rectangular fins (Longitudinal & annular) of
     uniform cross section, effectiveness an d efficiency of fin.
UNIT – IV
     Heat Exchangers: Definition and classification, concept of LMTD and overall heat
     transfer coefficient, fouling factor, NTU method to analysis exchangers performance.
     Derivation LMTD         and effectiveness for parallel and counter flow heat
     exchangers.
UNIT – V
     Condensation and Boiling: Heat transfer condensation process: Mechanism of
     condensation, Nusselt's theory, dropwise & filmwise condensation, boiling heat
     transfer, nature of vaporization, nucleate pool boiling , empirical co-relation for
     boiling heat transfer, Boiling curve.

Books and References:
     1.    Heat and Mass Transfer                            D.S. Kumar
     2.    Heat and Mass Transfer                            S. Domkundwar
     3.    Heat Transfer                                     S.M. Yayha




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                               MACHINE DESIGN II
                                    M 352
UNIT- I
Fatigue - Importance in Engineering design, concept of fatigue, fatigue strength and
endurance limit, stress concentration, Goodman and modified Goodman diagram, Soderberg
and Gerber hypotheses, effect of loading type, size, surface finish, notch, surface
treatment, and corrosion, cumulative fatigue damage, applied problems.
UNIT -II
Gears - design consideration, Hertzian stresses, design load, beam strength, surface
strength, design procedure for helical and spur gears, design calculation for beve l and
worm gears.
UNIT - III
Creep- temperature considerations in design, creep, designing for creep, thermal stresses,
applied problems.
Bearing- Classification, design of hydrodynamic bearings, selection of ball and roller
bearings.
UNIT - IV
Design of the following:
1. Rotating Machines e.g. Centrifugal Pump, Compressor.
2. Gear Box
Introduction to various CAD softwares.
Not: Unit I, II, & III shall carry a weightage of 20% each. Unit IV shall have 40%
weightage in theory paper.
Books and References:
     1. Mechanical Analysis and Design           Burr and Chetan
     2. Centrifugal Pumps and Blowers            Church & Jagdish Lal
     3. Mechanical Engineering Design            J.E. Shigley & Charles R.Mischke, TMH
     4. Machine Tool Design                      N.K. Mehta
     5. Design of Machine Elements               V.B. Bhandari, TMH




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MECHANICAL BEHAVIOUR & CHARACTERISATION OF MATERIALS
                        M 353
UNIT - I
 Mechanical behaviour of Metals, Stress strain curve, yield criteria and                constitutive
 relationship, theory of dislocations, yield point phenomenon and                    strain ageing,
 strengthing mechanisms.
UNIT - II
 Types of failure, ductile and brittle failure, Griffiths theory and its modification, creep,
 fatigue    failures   factors   affecting,   prevention   and   correlation   of   properties   with
 microstructure.
UNIT - III
 Structure and Mechanical          behaviour of polymers, deformation mechanisms, time
 dependent deformation, deformation models.
UNIT - IV
 Testing of material, creep and fatigue testing , testing of polymers, NDT.
Books and References:
  1. Mechanical behaviour of materials -               Dietor
  2. Testing of materials .                            ABK Suryanarayan




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                          AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
                                   M 354
UNIT I :
 Fuels and fuel systems: general introduction.
 SI Engines fuel injection systems: Requirement and need for fuel injection. Classification
 of systems in practice. MPFI syst em operation construction and working of important
 sensors used in FI injection system. CI Engine fuel injection systems : Requirement of
 Diesel injection systems. Classification – injectors for CI Engines.
UNIT II :
 Engine induction and Exhaust Systems: Re quirements and considerations. Manifold flow
 paths and tuning. Introduction to exhaust gas extraction. Turbocharging, types, variable
 geometry turbocharger.
 Engine valve operating systems: Effect of Valve timing and valve lift on engine
 operation; variabl e valve lift and variable valve timing. Valve operating conditions. Multi
 valva engines.
UNIT III :
 General: Development & Advances in Automobile Engineering , Engine types
 Advanced Engine systems: Ignition systems for petrol engines. Advanced cooling
 concepts, radiators and thermostat. Wind shield wiper fuel gauge.
 Chassis and suspension: Requirements and general consideration of strength and stiffness.
 Engine mountings, types of suspension.
UNIT IV :
 Transmission:    Clutch, types, fluid flywheel, torque converter, gear boxes, universal
 joint, propeller shaft, differential, rear axles and their types, front axles and their types.
 Steering: Factor controlling rolling and directional stability, castor angle, wheel camber,
 stearing geometry and system, p ower assisted    steering.
UNIT V :
 Brakes:     Principle of braking system, braking mechanism, mechanical and hydraulic
 brakes, power brakes, vacuum and air brakes.
 Wheels and Tyres:     Wheel drum, tyre,     materials   and manufacturing of tyres, trouble
 shooting and maintenance.
Books and References:
1.    Automotive Mechanics                   Heitner
2.    Automobile Engg.                       GBS Narang
3.    Automobile Engg.                       TR Banga & Nathu Singh


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                                    OPERATION RESEARCH
                                           M 355
UNIT-I
    Introduction:        Definition and scope of        operations resear ch,     problem formulation
     and model construction.
     Linear Programming: Concept of optimality, graphical solution, simplex method,
     duality, sensitivity analysis, degeneracy.
UNIT-II
     Transportation and assignment model: Transportation and assignment problems as
     special     cases    of linear     programming,     balanced      and unbalanced transportation
     problem, assignment problem, trans shipment problem.
UNIT-III
     Inventory System:        Definition, structure of inventory system, deterministic models
     and their relation, multi           item   inventory     problem, introduction     to   stochastic
     inventory control.
     Sequencing : Johnson’s rule, Gr aphical and analytical method. Markov’s chain
     analysis.
UNIT-IV
     Replacement analysis: Replacement of capital                      equipment, discounting c ost,
     replacement in anticipation of failure, group replacement.
     Game theory: Pay         off     matrix,   competitive    games    with pure strategy, minimax
     criteria, principles of dominance and mixed strategies.
UNIT-V
     Network      analysis:    Project      planning,    differen ce    between     PERT     and CPM,
     crashing of network , resource leveling, probability calculations in PERT analysis.
     Queuing theory: Introduction to probability theory, queuing problem, case of poison
     arrivals and exponential service time for single channel system.
Books and References:
     1.    Quantitative Techniques in Management                         N. D. Vohra
     2.    Operation Research                                            P.K. Gupta & D.S. Hira
     3.    Operation Research                                            Sesiani, Arkoff & Arkoff
     4.    Principles of Operation Research                              Wagner
     5.    Operation Research                                            A.P.Verma




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                   THERMAL ENGG. – III & HEAT TRANSFER LAB.
                                     M 393
HEAT TRANSFER LAB.

S. No.     Name of Experiment
 1.        Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient for parallel and counter flow
           heat exchangers
 2.        Determination of effectiveness of given double pipe heat-exchanger
 3.        Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient for cross flow air/water heat
           exchanger
 4.        Performance of heat pipe as compared with thermal siphon and air pipe
 5.        Thermal conductivity of a material by guarded ring type appar atus
 6.        Determination of heat transfer in forced convection
 7.        Determination of Stefan Boltzman constant by Stefan Boltzman apparatus
 8.        Steam Power Plant Trial
 9.        Performance Test on Steam Condenser
 10.       Performance Test on Nozzle Test Rig
 11.       Test on 2 Stage Compressor


                                    MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUE LAB II :
                                                M 394
S. No.     Name of Experiment
 1.        CNC Process Planning for making a hexagonal bolt (MS).
 2.        Special bolt for holding stepney of a car.
 3.        Oil chamber bolt of a car.
 4.        Manufacturing of different items                   fo r moulding through plastic injection.
 5.        Manufacturing of different                bushes of various materials.


                                                  Minor Project/ Seminar
                                                          M 395
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                  General Proficiency
                                                             M399
Each student will be educated about his interest in extra curricula r activities such as NCC,
NSS, Sports, Cultural & literacy activities during his s tay in the institute apart from
academic performance. The involvement of student in any undesirable activities will be
taken into account. The marks will be awarded by the committee, consisting of one
external member based on thorough discussion with the student.




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                                                                                   (B. TECH. Fourth Year)
                REFRIGERATION                    & AIR CONDITIONING                       M 401
UNIT I :
SECTION - I      REFRIGERATION
Introduction: Definition, history of refrigeration, standard rating of refrigerating machines,
C.O.P. of refrigerating machines, types of refrigerating machines, types of refrigeration,
ice-refrigeration,    evaporative          refrigeration,      air   compression         refrigeration,   vapour
compression refrigeration , steam ejector refrigeration. Absorption refrigeration, vortex tube
refrigeration and thermoelectric refrigeration. Principle of working of each type.
Air compression refrigeration: Basic air compression cycle. Flow diagram its working and
function of its main components. Carnot and Bell Coleman air refrigeration cycles, their
representation, open and closed cycles -relative merits and demerits. Air cycle systems for
aircraft and missiles, numerical examples.
UNIT II :
         Vapour compression refrigeration:               Theoretical     vapour      compression cycle, its
working and representation on P -H, T-S and P-V diagrams. Coefficient of performance,
practical vapour       compression           cycle, its main point of difference as compared to
theoretical cycle, dry and wet compression, their relative merits and demerits, purpose of
sub cooling of the high pressure liquid and superheating the low pressure vapour. Effect
of suction and deliv ery pressures, volumetric efficiency, calculation of COP, power etc.
COP as heat pump, Components their types and relative merits.                               Advanced      vapour
comparison      systems.     Principle of working              and   relative     merits. Single     evaporator
advanced cycle of vapour compression refrigeration systems with                              simple numerical
examples.
UNIT III :
Absorption      Refrigeration   System: Simple absorption systems, practical system -its main
points    of    difference   and      improvements. Principle of working                  and   relat ive merits.
Electrolux refrigerator applications.
Steam Ejector Refrigeration:               Principles     of    working,        simple     cycle of operation,
description and working         of        simple system. Relative merits and demerits, limitations,
applications.
Refrigerants:      Requisites        of     an   ideal      refrigerant, properties of commonly used
refrigerants ammonia, Freon -12, Freon-22 etc. Alternate eco friendly refrigerant.
Production of low Temperature(Cryogenics): Limitations of vapour compression system
for the production o f low temperature. Multi stage system, cascade system. Production of


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solid   CO2.   Joule Thomson        effect   and liquification of gases. Application of low
temperature. Vortex Tube and Thermo -electric System: Principles of working vortex tube
refrigeration, stage of development, limitations and applications, principles of working of
thermoelectric refrigeration system, limitations and applications.
UNIT IV :
AIR CONDITIONING Introduction: Definition, need for air conditioning, modes of heat
rejection from human body and their relative             importance on   human comfort under
different weather conditions. Main duties of         a   good air conditioning system, relative
importance of each        of these on human comfort and health.
Psychometry: Definition, propertie s of air, vapour mixtures, definitions of psychometric
properties, representation of psychometric properties on chart, psychometric processes and
their representation on      psychometric    chart   for calculations.
Various types of air conditioning syste ms, main features of each type of system, their field
 of applications and relative merits and demerits. Description and principle of working of
 each of these systems.


UNIT V :
Load calculations (comfort air conditioning): Sources of heat and moisture ga ins as applied
to summer air conditioning. Their relative importance in various weather conditions and
applications, consideration in designing a building to be air conditioned for minimizing
the heat and moisture loss. Sensible heat factor. By pass fac tor, room apparatus & coil
apparatus, dew point, sources of heat and moisture loss in winter air conditioni ng, their
relative importance. Methods of reducing winter air conditioning load.
Industrial air condit ioning: Purpose of industrial air condi tioning, justification of
industrial air conditioning, components of cooling loads for typical applications e.g. cold
storage, considerations in designing of industrial air conditioning system, discussions of
typical applications. Special features of ai r conditioning systems for commercial and other
similar buildings supermarkets, cinema halls, hospitals, offices, schools etc.

Books and   References:
     1.      Refrigeration    and Air -conditioning          P.L. Balaney
     2.      Refrigeration    and Air -conditioning          S. Domkundwar & C. Arora
     3.      Refrigeration    and Air -conditioning          C.P. Arora




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                           INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
                                    M 402
UNIT I :
Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Concept of Productivity, Work Study : Introduction
and advantages of work study, work study proc edure.
Method Study : Introduction, objectives and scope of method study, method study
procedure, various recording techniques : Different types of charts and diagrams,
fundamental hand motion, Micro -motion study, Cycle graph and crono cycle graph,
principles of motion economy.
UNIT II
Work Measurement : Work measurement techniques, time study equipment, number of
cycles to be timed, performance rating systems, allowances, computation of standard time,
work sampling, synthetic data, predetermined motion tim e analysis.
UNIT: III
 Ergonomics fundamentals applications of Ergonomics in layout of equipment, design of
seating display, design characteristics of control, fatigue, physiological and other causes of
fatigue, environmental condition of fatigue.
UNIT: IV
 Inspection and quality Control : Objectives and functions of inspection, inspections
standards, quality control factors, S.Q.C. fundamentals distributions, control charts for
variables and attributes, acceptance sampling, single and double sampling plan .
UNIT V:
 Product Design and Development : Effect of design on cost requirements of a good
product design, factors affecting product design, product development, product life cycle,
standardization, simplification and specialization. Value Analysis : Definition, VA & VE,
Job plan of VA, FAST diagram.


Books & Reference:
     1.   Motion and time study                                 R.M. Barnes
     2.   Work Study                                            ILO
     3.   Industrial Engineering and Management                 Martand Telsang
     4.   Statistical Quality Control                           E.L. Grant
     5.   Industrial Engineering and Management                 M M Mahajan
     6.   Industrial Engineering and Management                 O.P.Khanna




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                               PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
                                       M 403
UNIT-I :
Metal cutting theory, geometry of cutting tools, metal machining, chip formation, types of
chips, force analysis, velocity relationship, stress and strain analysis, power and energy
relationships, thermal aspects, dynamometers for turning and drilling.
UNIT-II :
Machinability:    Evaluation of machinability, tool life, flank wear, crater wear, cutting
forces, surfaces finish, economics of metal machining, functions of cutting fluids,
requirements of good cutting fluid, cutting tool materials.
UNIT-III :
Machine Tools System :          Design     analysis of    machine       tools, elements, structure,
slideways and guides, spindle unit drives in machine tools, layout of gear box, stepped
regulators, stepless regulators, hydraulic regulators.
Tooling    principles    and   tool   layouts   for   turrets,    automates,   operation   planning
considerations, designing of cams.
UNIT-IV :
Tool   Design: Design of single point cutting tools, rigidity, design of chip breakers,
dynamic chip breaking, design of press dies, component of die, cutting action in a die,
clearance, cutting   forces, shear, center of pressure.
Jigs and Fixtures:      Usefulnes s of   jigs and fixtures,      principles of design, locating and
clamping, diamond pin locator, jig bushes, drill jigs, milling, turning, boring and
broaching fixtures, assembly fixtures, welding fixtures, indexing devices, materials for jigs
and fixtures, economics of jigs and fixtures.
UNIT-V :
Standardisation, interchangeability, limits, fits, BIS, BSS and naval system, selection of
fits as per Indian standards, metrology, various types of comparators, design of limit
gauges, tolerance, wear allowances an d quality control. Basic concepts.
Unconventional machining processes, need for unconventional machining method,
ultrasonic, electrochemical, electrospark and abrasive jet machining, NC & CNC machines.
Books and    References:
     1.       A Text Book of Producti on Engg.                         Pandey, Singh
     2.       Tool Design                                              Donaldson
     3.       Production Technology                                    H.M.T.
     4.       Production Technology                                    R.K. Jain
     5.       Metal Cutting Principles                                 Bhattacharya
     6.       Machine Tools                                            S.K. Basu
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                       ELECTIVE – I       MATERIALS        HANDLING
                                             M 411
UNIT-I:
Materials handling : General introduction, definition of terms i.e. batched goods, charged
pallet ratio, general cargo, handling, integrated transport, line load etc.
Material handling:    Engineering and     economic     factors,   relationship to pla nt layout.
Selection of material handling equipment. Types of equipments and their maintenance.
UNIT-II:
Unrestricted Equipment:      General information, counterbalancing of trucks,            powered
stokers, order pickers, side loader and forwarding trucks , straddle carriers and mobile
lifting frame, hand pallet trucks and stokers, air cushion handling frames, carts and
trolleys.
UNIT-III:
Area restricted:   General   information on    line   restricted material handling equipment.
Different type of conveyers l ike roller, wheel, belt, slat, chain, overhead rail etc.
UNIT-IV:
Railmounted trolleys, trolley and tractors, automatically guided vehicles, lift, elevators,
other equipment, sorting installations.
UNIT-V:
 Position   restricted: Jib cranes and othe r fixed industrial robots.
Auxiliary equipment:     Load carriers    (Pallets, Stillage etc.) warehouse layouts, goods
reception and dispatch equipment, equipment for assembling and securing loads.

Books and References:
     1.    Material Handling System Design                 James Apple
       2.    Hand Book of Industrial Engg.                 G. Saliendy
       3.    Facilities Planning                           James Tomphines & John
       4.    Industrial Engg.                              John M. Hill




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           ELECTIVE – I          COMPUTER AIDED                  MACHINE       DESIGN
                                       M 412
UNIT I :
Introduction to computer tec hnology, computer systems, operating the computer system,
hardware in computer aided design. Mechanical design process, benefits of computer
aided design, role of design analysis programs in CAD.
UNIT II :
Principles of interactive computer graphic s, geometric modeling, modeling and display of
curves and surfaces, introduction and application of a graphic software (e.g. Auto CAD).
UNIT III :
Computer aided design and drafting data base facility, part library, standard component and
symbol     library   creation   and   operation,   associability   between   master   entities   and
occupancies, attribute definition and generation of bill of materials, database management.
UNIT IV :
Introduction to optimal design and        optimization    techniques    for design of mechanical
elements, computer aided optimum machine elements such as springs, shafts, bearings
gears, etc.
Books and References:
      1.      Computer Aided Design                     Taylor
      2.      Computer Aided Design                     Sadhu Singh
      3.      Computer Aided Design                     Zoomer




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ELECTIVE – I       SOLAR      ENERGY - THEORY AND         APPLICATIONS
                                        M 413
UNIT I :
Solar energy perspectives and prospects.
Solar system - solar     radiation - solar   constant - isolation on the surfac e of earth
measurement data and estimation.
UNIT II :
Utilization of solar energy, potential uses of solar energy, technical and       economic
viability, low and high temperature solar energy devices.
UNIT III :
Solar Collectors: Flat plate type:
Flat plate collectors -characteristics of flat plate collectors, loss coefficient and h eat
transfer to the flowing medium.
Flat plate collectors: design and performance of solar water heaters -    optimization of
tilt.
UNIT IV :
Solar Collectors: Focussing type:
Various type of focusing collectors, materials and performance      characteristics.
Design of focussing collectors, Energystorage -need for storage - thermal and physico
chemical storage -solar ponds.
UNIT V :
     Applications:
     A.    Solar air heaters-design, analysis and performance
     B.    Solar refrigeration - Ammonia water and ammonia s odium thiocynate
           systems food preservation.
     C.    Space heating/cooling, solar heating systems -solar cooling
           systems.
     D.    Solar drying-agriculture and industrial drying, cabinet type dryer -general
           considerations.
     E.    Solar stills-portable and large units, theoretical consideration
           performance.
     F.    Use of solar energy in bio -gas production
     G.    Photovoltaic conversion
     H.    Solar power generation - system analysis, design and economic
           considerations.
Books and References:
     1.    Solar Engg. Thermal Procession                Buffa & Buckman
     2.    Solar Energy                                  G.D. Rai
     3.    Engg. Technology                              S. Rao & D.B Parulkar
     4.    Solar Energy                                  Sukhatme




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                         ELECTIVE – I           Finite Element Method
                                                M414
Unit – I : Basics of Fem:
Analytical, Experimental and Numerical methods of analysis. Finite difference and Finite Element
Method. Various approaches used in FEM. Steps in : Finite Element Method. Direct Stiffness Method.
Application to spring problems .
Unit – II :
Energy approach. Detailed method of analysis. Applications to one dimensional bar, beam and shafts
problems. Analysis of plane trusses.
Unit – III :
Applications of FEM to two dimensional problems. Triangular element. Applications to vibration problems.
Unit – IV :
Galerkin’s method. Its applications to one dimensional fluid flow problems.
Unit – V :
Use of Softwares such as ANSYS/NASTRAN/IDEAS. Basic feature of these softwares.
Solution techniques used in FEA. Various types of elements . Introduction to
isoparametric elements.
Books and References:
       1.      Finite Element Method              O.C. Zienkiewicz & R.A.Taylor
       2.      Finite Element Analysis            C.S. Krishnamurthy
       3.      Finite Element Method              Kenneth H. Hubener




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                     ELECTIVE - I       SAFETY ENGINEERING
                                         M 415
UNIT-I
Training for Safety: Industrial training, training in workshop and laboratories, schools,
colleges and universities, communicating the safety message.
UNIT-II
Safe Practices in Industry and Chemical Handling: Commercial vehicles, compressed
air, entry into confined       spaces, fire control manual, automatic, static electricity,
grinding operations, ionizing, radiation, mechanical safety and electrical control, gear
manual handling, mechanical handling, running pipes, steam boilers and pressu re vessels
welding operations.
UNIT-III
Provisions for safe working: Commercial occupations, construction industry, port transport
industry, getting standards for safe equipment, working with machinery. Creating a safe
environment, ergonomics as an aid to safety. Lighting for safety. Noise control. Safety
colors, signs and codes.
UNIT-IV
Personal Protection and welfare: Medical services, first aid and causality treatment, eye
protection, personal equipment and protection, respiratory equipment, skin care.
UNIT-V
Some view on Safety: The role of factory inspectorate, safety organization in the
works, trade unions and safety, legal aspects of industrial safety, the cost of industrial
injuries.
Books and References:
       1.    Safety Management                    John V. Grimaldi & Rollin H.
       2.    Industrial Safety Hand Book          William Hand ley (Mc. Graw Hill)
       3.    Safety Security & Risk Management V.K. Singh (AIPH)




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                 ELECTIVE - II ENERGY              CONSERVATION
                                 M 421
UNIT I :
Introduction: Energy and development role of energy in industrial activity. Contemporary
energy crisis, conventional and non conventional energy sources, energy demand and
availability. Energy audit need for energy conservation. Energy conservation techniques in
domestic, transport and in industrial se ctor, energy conservation in buildings.
Energy Conservation in production of heat: Fuel consumpti on economy, firing arrangement
and selection of burners. Fluidised bed combustion.
UNIT II :
Energy conservation in use of heat. Economical design of furn ace, water treatment, drying,
conditioning and industrial space heating, boiler accessories etc.
Heat recovery in waste heat boilers: Conservation, integrated energy systems for
industries.
UNIT III :
Selection of cycles: Combined cycle, power generatio n for better energy efficiency
management. Arrangement of combined cycle. Different systems for combined cycle power
generation. Advantages of combined cycle power plant. Energy conservation furnish
better management techniques, improved production desig n, improved production powers,
substituted mateials, waste recovery and recycling.
UNIT IV :
New and renewable energy technologies: New coal techniques justification and
liquification of coal, diesel - energy conversion systems -magneto hydro dynamics, electro
gas dynamic, thermoionic, thermoelectric generators, fuel cells, hydrogen economy,
renewable energy sources, solar, wind, hydro, biomass, tidal, geothermal, animal and
human energy. Appropriate energy technology for rural development. Energy conservation
in production, agriculture sector.
UNIT V :
Instrumentation and control in energy conservation. Economics of conventional and new
and renewable energy technologies.
Environmental aspects and case studies : Environmental control, heal th and safety on the
plant, energy conservation in Indian industries - case study.
Books and References:
       1.     Power plant Engineering               Domkundwar
       2.     Power plant Engineering               G.D. Rai
       3.     Power plant Engineering               R.L. Agrawal
       4.     Energy Technology                     S. Rao & B.B. Parulka




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                ELECTIVE – II             INDUSTRIAL TRIBOLOGY
                                           M 422
UNIT-I:
 Introduction: Surface interactions, science of rubbing surface, general consideration of
parameters involved, wear rate, modelling and solution of simple problems.
UNIT-II:
Material properties influencing interactions: Introduction, elastic         properties, plastic
deformation properties, relation between the strength and other properties of solids,
chemical reactivity of surfaces, absorbed surface layer, surface energy, relation between
surface energy and hardness, surface interfacial energies of solids under engineering
condition.
UNIT-III:
Surface Interaction:, Size of real contact area and effect of surface energy, size of
junction, rheologial properties.
Wear in tribological joints - classification, calculation methods with allowance for
stiffness,    wear limits, reliability of joints,      simple examples, detail study         of
manufacturing methods for highly reliable joints. Economic role of wear, measurement,
types, and use of radiotracer techniques.
UNIT-IV:
Adhesive wear: Mechanism, size, shapes of transferred and wear particles, quantitative
laws, equilibrium calculation of fragments under different conditions, minimum load for
loose particle formation.
Quantitative expression for abrasive wear, of hardness and particle size on abrasive wear
rate, surface fatigue wear, brittle fracture wear, corrosive wear with types.
Friction: Introduction, laws, function, properties of uncontaminated metals in air,
outguessed metal surface, calculation of flash temperature using surface energy, stic -slip
and its prevention.
UNIT-V:
Lubrication:     Solid film lubrication, boundary lubrication with single and multiple
penetration model, pro perties of lubricants, effectiveness of lubrication -intermediate
temperature, behaviour of a solid lubrication below melting point effect of speed, load
on lubrication. Lubricationts their properties lubrication technique in vacuum, lubricant
coating and its stability. Theory of elastohydrodynamic lubrication film thickness,
frictional stress heat flow & temperature, service life of roller bearings.

Books and   References:
     1.      Basic Lubrication Theory                     A. Cameron
     2.      Friction and wear of Mat erials              E. Rabinwicz
     3.      Maintenance Engg. Hand Book                  L. Higgens




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        ELECTIVE – II         ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS
                                     M 423
UNIT I :
Fourier Series: The orthogonal set of function, orthogonality of Bessel's function and
Legender's polynomials, sturm and Liouvilles problem. Fourier integral, solution of
boundary value problem by the use of Fourier series and Fourier integral.
UNIT II :
Integral Transform: Laplace Transform. Transform of Fourier, Hankel and Mellin inversion
and convolution theorem, Application of Hankel and mallintransforms in solving
ordinary differential equations and that of Fourier transform in solving partial differential
equations including the equations of steady flow.
UNIT III :
Tensors: Definition o f covarient, contravarient and mixed tensor, tensor algebra, matrix
tensors, christoffels symbol, covarient differentiation gradient, divergence, Curl and
Laplace operation in tensor notation.

UNIT IV :
Complex Variable: Applications of analytic func tion in two dimensional problems,
conformal transformations with application in electrostatic and electrodynamics.
UNIT V :
Matrices: Inverse, Linear transformations, linear quadrat -forms,
Cayley-Hamilton theorem, minimal equations, eigenvalues, r ank, triangulerisation and
diagonalisation of matrices.

Books and   References:
     1.      Higher Engg. Mathematics                    B.S. Grewal
     2.      A Text Book of Engg. Mathematics            Srivastava and Dhawan
     3.      Engg. Mathematics                           S. S. Sastry




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   ELECTIVE – II INDUSTRIAL MEASUREMENT & QUALITY CONTROL
                              M 424
UNIT-I
Stress-strain measurement and strain gauges:         Introduction, mechanical strain gauge,
optical strain gauge, stress measurement by photo elastic, instruction for strain gauge
stress-strain relationship.
UNIT-II
Measurement of vibration:       Common causes of vibration, diagnosis and remedial
measurement methods for vibration measurements, vibrations, vibration amplifier for
permanent monitoring.
UNIT-III
Speed measurement: Mechanical techometer, electr ic techometer, different types of
techometer, pneumatic types speed transmitting elements.
Temperature Measurement: Technical temperature measurement, method for measuring
temperature, radiation properties, optical properties, electrical properties, thermocouples,
thermistors.
UNIT-IV
Analysis: Spectroscopic analysis, absorption spectrometer, gas analysis, chramotography,
infrared gas analyser.
Level Measurement: Direct and indirect methods, electrical conductivity method, robotics
method, solid level detector, level measurement by capacitance prols.
UNIT-V
Fundamentals of industrial measurement:          Basic principles of measurement, basic
characteristics and dynamics of measuring instruments.
Transducers and serving elements:        Classification ca pability of transducers, digital
transducer,     hydro      pneumatic    sensor, thickness sensor,         mechano -electrical
transformation.

Books and   References:
     1.      Industrial Instrumentation                        D.P. Eckman
     2.      Mechanical Measurements                           Backwith and Buck
     3.      Instrumentation Measurements and Analysis         Nakre & Chaudhary




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        ELECTIVE – II ADVANCED STRENGTH OF MATERIALS
                             M 425
UNIT I:
Theory of Elasticity: Plane stress and plane strain problem, strain -displacement
relation, stress - strain relations, equilibrium equations, body force, compatibility
equations, airy stress function, analysis of simple two dimensional problems in Cartesian
coordinates.
UNIT II:
Plates: Bending of circular plates carrying uniformly distributed load over entir e surface or
with concentrated load at centre, simply supported rectangular plate carrying uniformly
distributed (excluding derivation of formulae).
UNIT III:
Torsion of non-circular section shafts: St. Venant's methods, torsion of shafts of elliptical
and rectangular sections, membrance analogy, torsion of shafts of thin tubular section.
Laterally loaded columns: Analysis of long columns carrying lateral loads in addition to
axial compression eccentrically loaded columns.
Beams on Elastic Founda tions: Modules of foundation, equat -           ion of elastic curve,
solution for beams of infinite and semi inf - inite length.
UNIT IV:
Deformation beyond elastic limit: Behaviour of material beyond elastic limit, perfectly
plastic material, torsion of sh afts and analysis of thick cylinders with radial pressure when
loaded beyond elastic limit, residual stresses.
Mechanics of forming processes: Mechanics of wire drawing and tube drawing through
cylindrical and conical dies,calculation of draw forces, effect of back pull, mechanics of
forging process.
UNIT V:
Miscellaneous Topics: Contact stress in ball and roller bearings, bending of curved
tubes, stress analysis of flywheel.
Design of members for fatigue and creep: Fatigue behaviour, factors a ffecting fatigue,
mechanics of fatigue failure, fatigue under combined stresses, fatigue life and
cumulative fatigue, design formulae for fatigue calculations.
Mechanics of creep,       relationships    regarding     creeprates at different stresses and
temperature, bending of beams at high temperature, stress relaxation in steam turbine
bolting, creep under combined stresses, creep analysis of rotating discs.

Books and References:
     1.    Mechanics of Materials Vol. II                       E.J. Hearn
     2.    Strength of Materials Vol II                         Timoshenko




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                 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING LAB.
                                 M441
S. No.   Name of Experiment
1.       One Ton Ice Manufacturing Plant.
2.       Performance Testing of Central Air Conditioning System.
3.       Determination of COP of One Ton Cold Storage Plant.
4.       To Study Hermetically Sealed Compressor For Vcrs.
5.       Performance Testing of a Vapour Compression Refrigerator System.
6.       Performance Testing of a 35 Ltr. Drinking Water Cooler.
7.       To Study the Different Control System for Vapour.
8.       Performance Testing of a 1.5 Tr Window Air Conditioning System.
9.       Performance Analysis of the Solar Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System.
10.      Performance Analysis of a Domestic Evaporative Cooler.


             PRODUCTION & INDUSTRIAL ENGINE ERING LAB.
                               M 442
S.No.      Name of Experiment
1.         Design of Drilling Jig.
2.         Design of a Milling Fixture.
3.         Rigidity Test of Lathe Machine.
4.         Part Programming on CNC Lathe/ Milling.
5.         Preparation of Tool Layout on Capstan/Turret Lathe.
6.         Types of Chips under different cutting conditions.
7.         Study of oil hydraulic power press system.
8.         Peg board experiment.
9.         Determination of rating factor.
10.        Preparation of control charts for variables.
11.        Control charts for attributes.
12.        Time study using stop watch on a lathe / drilling machine.
13.        Time study using PMTS.


                             MAJOR PROJECT & SEMINAR
                                           M 448


                            EDUCATION TOUR & TRAINING
                                           M 449
            6 week training to be undertake in relevant industry suggested by the
                    DEPARTMENT of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.




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              MAINTENANCE          ENGINEER ING & MANAGEMENT
                                           M 451
UNIT - I
Introduction -Fundamentals of Maintenance Engineering. Maintenance Engineering its
importance in material & energy conservation, inventory control, productivity, safety,
pollution control etc.
Safety Regulations, pollutio n problems, human reliability, total quality management
(TQM), total productivity maintenance (TPM), environmental issues in maintenance, ISO
9000.
UNIT - II
Maintenance Management - types of maintenance strategies, Planned and unplanned
maintenance, breakdown, preventive & predictive maintenance. Their comparison,
advantages & disadvantages. Limitations , computer aided maintenance, maintenance
scheduling, spare part management, inventory control, organisation of maintenance
department.
UNIT - III
Tribology in Maintenance, friction wear and lubrication, friction & wear mechanisms,
prevention       of wear, types of        lubrication mechanisms, lubrication processes.
Lubricants - types, general and special purpose, additives, testing of lubricants,
degradation of lubricants, seal & packings.
UNIT- IV
Machine Health Monitoring - Condition based maintenance, signature analysis, oil
analysis, vibration, noise and thermal signatures, on line & off line techniques,
Instrumentation & equipment used in machine he alth monitoring. Instrumentation in
maintenance, signal processing, data acquisition and analysis, application of intelligent
systems, data base design.
UNIT - V
Reliability, availability & maintainability (RAM) Analysis - Introduction to RAM failure
mechanism, failure data analysis, failure distribution, reliability of repairable and non
repairable systems, Improvement in reliability , reliability testing, reliability prediction,
utilisation factor, system reliability by Monte Carlo Simulation Tec hnique.
Books and References:
       1.     Maintenance Engineering Hand Book                Higgins
       2.     Maintenance & Spare parts Management             Gopal Krishnan
       3.     Industrial Maintenance Management                S.K. Shrivastava
       4.     Hand book of Condition Monitoring                CNR Rao




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                          ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN
                                   M452
Note: Weightage of Unit I and Unit II is 25% each and that of Unit III is 50% in the final
examinations.
UNIT I
Residual stresses, causes, manufacturing process causing thermal gradient, impact etc.
Contact stresses and Hertzian s tresses.Optimization in design, economic consideration,
human considerations, stiffness and rigidity considerations in design, shock and impact
considerations in design.
UNIT II
Wear consideration in design, tribology, concept of friction, wear and lubric ation, effect of
surface films, designing for wear life, erosive and corrosive wear. Creativity in design and
alternative design. Product design, different modules of design theory. Aesthetic form,
shape and colour. Design against fracture.
UNIT III
Detailed design and working drawing:
Petrol Engine/Diesel Engine
Lathe/ Milling /Drilling Machine
and, computer aided design of one assembly from the above.

Books and References:
1. Engineering Design                        G.E. Deiter
2. Handbook of Mechanical Design             G.M.Maitra and L.V. Prasad
3. Machine Tool Design                       N.K. Mehta
4. Machine Design                            Robert L. Norton
5. Engineering Tribology                     J.A.Williams
6. I.C. Engines                              Richard Stone
7. Mechanical Engineering Design             J.E. Shigley
8. Product Design                            Chitale & Gupta




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     ELECTIVE - III INSTRUMENTATION & AUTOMATIC CONTROL
                               M 461
UNIT-I:
Instrumentation: Basic principles pressure measurement, liquid and gas flow measurement.
accuracy, Precision & errors, Temperaturement instruments, static & dynamic temp.,
devices, transducers for temperature & pressure measurement.
UNIT-II:
Liquid    level    measurement, temperature measurement, indicating and            registering
equipment as applied to engines, humidity measurement.
UNIT-III:
Motion measurement vibration m pickups, noise level measurement.
UNIT-IV:
Automatic Controls: Introduction to the concept of automatic control, fundamentals of
two position control.
UNIT-V:
Proportional controls, floating controls, rate controls, pneumatic control circuits, hydraulic
control circuits.
Books and References:
      1.      Mechanical Measurements                           Backwith & Buck
      2.      Mechanical Measurements                           Sirohi & Radhakrishnan
      3.      Instrumentation Measurements & Analysis           Nakra & Choudhary
      4.      Automatic Control




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       ELECTIVE – III ROBOTICS, PRACTICES & PRINCIPLES
                             M 462
UNIT I:
Introduction: Robot, classification of robot, characteristics of robot, performance,
advantages and disadvantages of robot, application of robot.
UNIT II:
Fundamentals of robot: Various system, structu re and definition, terms relating to type of
industrial robots, basic term relating to robot performance and characteristics
UNIT III:
Controlling the robot systems: Introduction to drives, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic
drives, electric drive, feed bac k control
UNIT IV:
Sensing System: Introduction, types of sensor, machine vision, artificial intelligence,
control techniques, robot language features.
UNIT V:
Robot safety: Introduction, potential safety hazards, safety planning check list, safety
guide lines, latest development in safety measurement.

Books and References:
  1.) John J. Craig, Introduction to robotics: mechanics and control, Perason ed.
   2.) Y. Koren , Robotics for Engineers, McGraw Hill.




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             ELECTIVE – III      -EXPERIMENTAL          STRESS     ANALYSIS
                                        M 463
UNIT I :
Photo-elasticity: Theories of light, polarized light, methods of getting polarized, double
refraction, quarter wave plate, plane and circular polariscope, dark and bright fields
arrangement.
UNIT II :
Stress-optic law, expression for light emergent from plane and circular polariscopes
containing, loaded model, isoclinios and ischromaischromatics. Fringo constant and its
determination by tension, disc compression and beam methods.
Determination of fractional fringe orders, Babinet -Soleil compensator, tension specimen
as compensator, tension specimen as compensator, use of analyser for franctional fringe
order determination.
UNIT III :
Requirements of good photoelastic material, properties of commonly used materials such
as Bakelite, CR-39, Araldits, Gelatin etc.
Separation of principle stresses by lateral strain measurement,by shear difference method
and by electrical analogy.
Principle of three dimensional photo elastic analysis techniques of casting, stress freezing,
slicing and stress pattern analysis.
UNIT IV :
Strain gauges:Mechanical, optical, acoustical, electrical inductance and electrical
capacitance type strain gauges, electrical resistance type strain gauges, details of
construction, method of fixing, gauges fac tor, gauge length, circuits for measurement of
strain, temperature compensation. Strain rosettes of rectangular, delta and T -delta types,
evaluation of stress from strain readings obtained from rosettes.
UNIT V :
Miscellaneous topics: Moire fringes t echnique, brittle lacquro,met - hod, membrances
analogy, methods for non destructive testing of materials, model analysis.

Books and References:
     1.    Experimental Stresses Analysis                Rilley & Dally
      2.    Experimental Stresses Analysis               Sadhu Singh




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                   Elective III : TECHNOLOGY ENTREPRENEURSHIP
                                        M 464
UNIT-I : The Entrepreneurial Perspective
Introduction to entrepreneurship, need and importance of entrepreneurship, charms of
becoming entrepreneur, evolution of entrepreneurship, characteristics of a n entrepreneur,
barriers of entrepreneurship, achievement motivation to become entrepreneur, creativity &
innovation, decision making and other behavioral aspects of entrepreneurship.
UNIT-II : Opportunity Recognition and Planning to establish SSI
Opportunity identification process, opportunity evaluation process, market reaserch,market survey,
Identification of relevant resources, Steps in establishing an enterprise / industry, procedure and formalities
to establish a SSI or business enterprise, Incentives and benefits available to SSI units and new
entrepreneurs, Information about various support agencies.
UNIT-III : Formulation of Business Plan
Preparation of market survey report, techno economic feasibility assessment, preparation of preliminary and
detailed business plan,
UNIT IV : Marketing Management
Marketing and sales management, demand forecasting, advertising, product mix,
characteristics of a good sales person, Govt support in marketing.
UNIT-V : Financial Management of small scale industries
Sources of finance, Debt financing, Venture capital sources, Lease finance, Banking
policies & incentives available to entrepreneurs, Loans -types and benefits, Book keeping
and accountancy, working capital management, various financial ratios, Costing, Break -
Even-Analysis

Books and References:
1.   Managing innovation and entrepreneurship in
     technology-based firms                     : Martin, Michael J.C
2.   Technological entrepreneurism : enterprise
     formation, financing and growth                  : Cardullo, Mario W.
3.   Growing new ventures, creating new jobs :        : Rice, Mark P
4.   Entrepreneurship development programme in India and its relevance to developing
     countries                                        : Patel, V.G.
5.   Innovation and Entrepreneurship                  : Drucker, P.F.




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          ELECTIVE – IV         COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING
                                    M 471

UNIT-I
Hardware and software description of computer aided design and manufacturing
      (CAD/CAM).
UNIT-II
Details of modules of computerized numerical control (CNC) which are used in machine
      tools.
UNIT-III
Robot axes and configurations.
UNIT-IV
Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) technology and its building blocks.
UNIT-V
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems (CIMS)

Books and References:
     1.    Numerically Controlled M/C. Tools             H.M.T.
     2.    Numerically Control led & CNC Machines.       Kundra
     3.    CAD/CAM                                       Pujara & P.N. Rao




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               ELECTIVE – IV           ADVANCED         METALLURGY
                                         M 472
UNIT - I :
Crystal structure, crystal imperfection, microstructure and their effect on the properties
of metals and alloys, strengthenin g mechanisms.
UNIT - II :
Diffusion, diffusion mechanism, diffusion rate, factors affecting diffusion, application of
diffusion on carburising, nitriding, cyniding, phase transformation, rate of transformation,
factors affecting phase transformation.
UNIT - III :
Heat treatment of steels,      cast   iron   and non - ferrous metals and alloys, phase
transformations during heat treatment. Effects of heat treatment on the properties, heat
treatment of production toolings, measuring tools, spring, sheets .
UNIT - IV :
Mechanical behaviour of metals and alloys, types of failure, details to brittle transition,
fatigue failure, P.H. curve, factors affecting fatigue -failure, creep and stress rupture,
mechanism of creep, factors affecting creep.
UNIT - V :
Principles of mechanical working, deformation mechanisms, rolling, classification of
rolling processes, rolling mills, roll pass design, draft, production of seamless pipes and
tubings, drawing of rods, wires and tubes, sheet metal forming.
Books and References:
       1.    Material Science.                            Narula, Narula & Gupta
       2.    A first course on Material Science.          Raghuvan
       3.    Principles of Physical Mettalurgy.           Reedhill




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          ELECTIVE – IV             NUCLEAR POWER ENGINEERING
                                        M 473
UNIT I :
Atomic structure, properties o f sub-atomic particles, isotopes, radiation quanta, mass -
energy equivalence, radio -active decay, nuclear reactions, artificial radioactivity, nuclear
equations, nuclear fission, the mononuclear fission, particle acceleration.
UNIT II :
Neutron Physics: Fission process and reactor behavior, reactor classification, fast and
breder reactors, thermal reactors, critical size, effect of delayed neutrons, reactor control.
UNIT III :
Construction and design of nuclear reactors, materials fuels, moderator, coolan t, stainless
steels and special metals.
UNIT IV :
Generation and transfer of heat. Comparison of cooling methods, electromagnetic pumps,
liquid metal techniques, radiation detectors, shielding.
UNIT V :
Handling of fuel elements and fission products, disp osal of radioactive wastes, radiation
hazard and health physics, useful by products their separation and use of nuclear power
economics, comparison with conventional methods.
Books and References:
       1.    Power plant Engineering                 Domkundwar
       2.    Power plant Engineering                 G.D. Rai




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              ELECTIVE – IV            MATERIALS          MANAGEMENT
                                        M 474
UNIT I :
Forecasting & Purchasing: Forecasting in purchase and sales, methods of purchasing,
Functions, organization of purchase department, mass production purchasing and its
procedure, Functions and organisation          of   purchase department source selection,
negotiation, make or buy decision how much to buy.
UNIT II :
Inventory planning (MRP) and Spare parts Management : Types of Inventory, Computer
control in materials planning, factors affecting ordering quantity, in process inventories,
raw materials supplies, The problem of spare parts, pattern of failure, Reliability and
variety, reduction, classification of spares replenishment, service level, work -in-process.
UNIT III :
Inventory Controls and its Various Models: Ordering procedures, re -ordering, reorder
point and quantity, economic lot size, economic ordering quantity, quantity discount,
influence of uncertainity, continuous supply.
UNIT IV :
Selection Control, ABC, XYZ, HML, VED, FSN, SDE, and SOS analysis. Spare parts
management of spares Reliability and Quality of spares. Spare parts procurement , spare
parts marketing and pricing. Management of absolete spares.
UNIT V :
Store keeping and Management Codification: Objectives of storekeeping, function of
store organization, store organization, location of storekeeping deptt., factor affecting
location, centralised and de -centralised storing.
Store Planning: Methods of store -keeping, moving materials into and out of stock,
protection of stores, codification, materials requisition. Preservation of stores, disposal of
surplus & scrap.

Books and   References:
     1.      Materials Management                           S.C. Sharma
     2.      An Integrated Concept of Materials Manageme nt N.M. Shah
     3.      Maintenance & Spare parts Management           P. GopalKrishnan,
                                                            K. Bannergee.




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                            MAJOR     PROJECT                495

Each student shall work      on an     approved project on any machine or machine
component/accessory or any other project involving suffic ient work. He shall have to
complete the work of literature surgery, preliminary design estimation, costing and
submit a report on the work completed.



                               GENERAL PROFICIENCY
                                          M 499
Each student will be educated about his interest in extra curricula r activities such as NCC,
NSS, Sports, Cultural & literacy activities during his s tay in the institute apart from
academic performance. The involvement of student in any undesirable activities will be
taken into account. The marks will be awarded by the comm ittee, consisting of one
external member based on thorough discussion with the student.




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