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					                                 Mechanical Engineering
Sr. No.                            Core Areas             Percentage

  1.      Engineering drawing and graphics                   4%

  2.      Thermodynamics                                     4%

  3.      Manufacturing Processes                            4%

  4.      Internal Combustions Engines                       4%

  5.      Maintance Engineering                              4%

  6.      Production engineering                             4%

  7.      Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics                     8%

  8.      Machine design                                     4%

  9.      Engineering Material                               4%

 10.      Engineering Dynamics                               2%

 11.      Engineering Statics                                2%

 12.      Power Plants                                       8%

 13.      Mechanics of Material                              4%

 14.      Mechanical Vibrations                              4%

 15.      Stress Analysis                                    4%

 16.      Energy Technology                                  4%

 17.      Air Conditioning and Refrigeration                 4%

 18.      Gas Dynamics                                       4%

 19.      Heat & Mass Transfer                               4%

 20.      Industrial Engineering and Management              4%

 21.      CAD/CAM                                            4%

 22.      Mechanics of Machines                              4%

 23.      Mechatronics/Instrumentation and Control           4%

 24.      Environmental Engineering                          4%

                                      Total                 100%
                           Mechanical Engineering (Detailed)

Sr. No.                              Core Areas                Percentage


          ENGINEERING DRAWING AND GRAPHICS:
          1.1 Introduction.

          1.2   Projections.

          1.3   Loci of Points and Generated Curves.
  1.                                                              4%
          1.4   Development of Solids.

          1.5   Intersection of Surfaces.

          1.6   Projection of Solids.

          1.7   Section of Solids.

          THERMODYNAMICS:

          2.1   Basic Concepts.

          2.2   First law of thermodynamics

          2.3   Properties of pure substances.

          2.4   Thermodynamic processes relationship.
  2.                                                              4%
          2.5 Second law of thermodynamics

          2.6   Heat Engine Cycles.

          2.7   Non reacting Gas mixtures.

          2.8   Mixture with chemical reaction.

          2.9   Compressors.

          2.10 Steam Nozzles.
     MANUFACTURING PROCESSES:
     3.1   Forming & Shaping Processes and Equipment.

     3.2   Sheet Metal Forming.

     3.3   Forming & Shaping Plastics & Composite Materials.

     3.4   Joining Process & Equipment.

     3.5   Metal Casting Process & Equipment.

     3.6   Powder Metallurgy.

     3.7   Surface Treatment, Coating and Cleaning.

     3.8   Material Removal.
3.                                                             4%
     3.9   Cutting Tools.

     3.10 Machine Processes for Producing Various Shapes.

     3.11 Abrasive Machining & Finishing Operations.

     3.12 Non Conventional Machining Process.

     3.13 Control of Machine Tools.

     3.14 Jigs & Fixtures.

     3.15 Computer Integrated Manufacturing System.

     3.16 Metrology.

     3.17 Precision measurements.

     3.18 Introduction to Process Planning.

     INTERNAL COMBUSTIONS ENGINES:
     4.1 Fuel and Combustion.
4.                                                             4%
     4.2   Spark and compression ignition Engines.

     4.3   Cooling, ignition and lubrication systems.
     4.4    Efficiencies and power measurement systems.

     MAINTANCE ENGINEERING:
     5.1 Introduction to basic concepts.

     5.2    Conditions based maintenance techniques in industry,
            predictive analysis, diagnostic analysis.

     5.3     Major benefits of a conditions monitoring program.
            Practical machine condition monitoring systems in
            industry.

     5.4    Vibration, wear debris, temperature, noise,
            performance monitoring.
     5.5    Data accusation methods.

     5.6    Data analysis techniques.

     5.7    Data interpretations and diagnostics.

5.   5.8     Instrumentation required.                             4%

     5.9    Computer aided machine condition monitoring.

     5.10   Use of rotor dynamic simulation as an aid to fault
            diagnostics.

     5.11    Intelligent knowledge based expert systems for
             continuous machine surveillance in advanced
             condition monitoring.

     5.12 Selection and installation of a Machine condition
          monitoring system.

     5.13    Analysis of the problem measurable parameters.

     5.14    System requirement.

     5.15     Economic considerations in the selection and
             installation of a machine condition monitoring
             system.

     PRODUCTION ENGINEERING:
6.   6.1 Casting.                                                  4%

     6.2    Welding.
     6.3    Machining.

     6.4    Heat treatment.


     FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULICS:
     7.1    Fluid Statics.

     7.2    Integral Relations for a Control Volume and
            incompressible flow.

     7.3    Differential Relations for a Fluid Particle.

     7.4    Dimensional Analysis, Similitude and its Applications

     7.5    Viscous flow in ducts.

     7.6    Incompressible flow machines, hydraulic turbines.

7.   7.7    Compressible Flow.                                        8%

     7.8    Boundary Layer Flow.

     7.9    Fluid Statics.

     7.10 Integral Relations for a Control Volume and
          incompressible flow.

     7.11    Differential Relations for a Fluid Particle.

     7.12    Dimensional Analysis, Similitude and its Applications.

     7.13    Viscous flow in ducts.

     7.14    Compressible Flow.

     7.15    Boundary Layer Flow.

     MACHINE DESIGN:
     8.1 Basic criteria of design of machine parts.

8.   8.2    Permissible and actual stresses, factor of safety.        4%

     8.3    Design of simple elements.

     8.4    Design of keys, cotters, and couplings.
      8.5   Design of welded, riveted and bolted joints.

      8.6   Design of translation screws. Metal fits, tolerances,
            standards of fits & tolerances, surface finish.

      8.7   Design of spur, helical, bevel & worm gears.

      8.8   Design of rolling contact bearings.

      8.9   Design of journal bearings.

      8.10 Design of mechanical springs.

      8.11 Design of shafts.

      8.12 Design standards BS.

      8.13 ANSI, JIS, DIN, ISO.

      8.14 Design for assembly and dimensioning.

      ENGINEERING MATERIAL:
      9.1 Metals.

      9.2   Structure of Metals.

      9.3   Metals and Alloy Systems.

      9.4   Material Forms and Designation.
9.                                                                  4%
      9.5   Non Metals.

      9.6   Polymers.

      9.7 Ceramics and refractories.

      9.8   Introduction to Composite Materials.

      9.9   Material failure analysis.

      ENGINEERING DYNAMICS:

10.   10.1 Kinematics of Particles.                                 2%

      10.2 Kinetics of Particles.
      10.3 Plane Kinematics of Rigid Bodies.

      10.4 Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies.

      ENGINEERING STATICS:
      11.1 Force System.

11.   11.2 Equilibrium.                                               2%

      11.3 Structures.

      11.4 Friction.

      POWER PLANTS:
      12.1 Conventional Power Plants.

12.   12.2 Renewable Energy Power Plants.                             8%

      12.3 Other and Emerging Power Plants.

      12.4   Environmental impacts of power plants.

      MECHANICS OF MATERIAL:
      13.1 Mechanical properties of materials, tensile,
           compressive and shear stress & strain.

      13.2 Hooke’s law, stress strain relationship.

      13.3 Thermal stresses.

      13.4 Moments of inertia, shearing force and bending
           moment.

13.   13.5 Torsion of circular bars, hollow and compound shafts.      4%

      13.6 Strain energy, theory of columns.

      13.7 Plane stress and strain, principal stresses and strains.

      13.8 Mohr’s circle for stress and strain.

      13.9 Theories of failure. Yield, fatigue and creep.

      13.10 Hardness, stress concentration. Deflection and
            stresses, thin and thick curved bars, thin walled
            pressure vessels, thick cylinders.
      MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS:

      14.1 Single degree of freedom systems.

14.   14.2 Two degree of freedom systems.                         4%

      14.3 Vibration of Elastic Bodies.

      14.4 Finding natural frequencies.

      14.5 Electrical and Mechanical analogies.

      STRESS ANALYSIS:
      15.1 Fundamental concepts of stress and strain in two and
      tree dimensional.

      15.2 Mechanical and electrical gauges.

      15.3 Electrical resistance.

      15.4 Transducers.
15.                                                               4%
      15.5 Optics.

      15.6 Maxwell’s equations.

      15.7 Design of optical elements.

      15.8 Wave plates.

      15.9 Theory of diffraction of light.

      15.10 Photoelasticity.

      ENERGY TECHNOLOGY:

      16.1   Introduction to types of renewable energy, solar
             energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, ocean
16.          thermal energy, tidal wave and geothermal energy,    4%
             biomass energy.

      16.2   Fuel cell and heat pump systems.

      16.3   Energy efficiency issues and energy storage.
      16.4   Potential of using renewable energy resources as
             supplement of conventional energy resources.

      16.5 Renewable and non-renewable energies.

      16.6 Modern renewable energy plants.

      16.7 Wind energy, wind turbine design specifications,
           compatible electric generators and major
           operational issues of the wind mill for electric power
           generation. Wind mills design usage for pumping
           water.

      16.8 Biomass energy conversion methods, detailed
           description of biomass energy conversion plant,
           operational and maintenance problems and their
           remedies.

      AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION:
      17.1 Summer and winter air conditioning load
           calculations.

      17.2 Air conveying and distribution, fans, duct design, and
           diffusion apparatus for producing comfort in summer.
17.                                                                 4%
      17.3 All year air conditioning methods and equipment,
           automatic control for air conditioning systems.
           Refrigeration load, selection of all units and writing
           specifications for all equipment for the design work.

      17.4 Methods of development for the design work
           methods of development studies in air conditioning
           industries.


      GAS DYNAMICS:
      18.1   Basic governing laws of conservation of mass,
             momentum and energy, limitations.

18.   18.2 Sub-sonic and supersonic gas flow.                       4%
      18.3 Mach number and Mach angle.

      18.4 Isentropic Flow and Applications.

      18.5 Operation of nozzles under varying pressure ratios.

      18.6 Normal and oblique shocks.
      18.7   Prandtl-Meyer compression and expansion with
             applications.

      18.8 Rayleigh flow and Fanno flow.


      18.9 Busemann’s shock polar diagram.


      HEAT & MASS TRANSFER:
      19.1 Conduction.

      19.2 Convection.
19.                                                         4%
      19.3 Radiation.

      19.4 Mass Transfer.

      19.5 Heat Exchangers.
20.   INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT.                4%


      CAD/CAM:
      21.1 Fundamentals of CAD.

      21.2 Hardware in CAD.

      21.3 Computer Graphics.

      21.4 Software and data base.
21.                                                         4%
      21.5 Mathematical elements of CAD.

      21.6 Finite Element analysis.

      21.7 Conventional Numerical Control.

      21.8 NC part programming.

      21.9 Computer controls in NC.

      MECHANICS OF MACHINES:
      22.1 Friction.
22.                                                         4%
      22.2 Governors.

      22.3 Gyroscope.
      22.4 Gears.

      22.5 Moment diagram.

      22.6 Flywheels.

      22.7 Valve.

      22.8 Balancing.

      22.9 Analysis of stress and strain in two and three

            Dimensions.

      22.11 Equilibrium.

      22.12 Energy theorems.

      22.13 Photoelasticity.

      22.14 Strain gauges.

      22.15 Castiglione’s theorem.

      MECHATRONICS/INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL:
      23.1 Introduction to Mechatronics.
23.                                                         4%
      23.2 Motors and their types.

      23.3 Interfacing.
24.   ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING.                            4%

                                     Total                  100%

				
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