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Syllabus of 7th semester industrial engineering, Kerala university, 2003 scheme.
Syllabus of 7th semester industrial engineering, Kerala university, 2003 scheme.

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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
 
SEMESTER VII
UNIVERSITY OF KERALA
 
2003 SCHEME
 
CourseNo
NAME OF SUBJECT
 Weekly Load,HoursMax.SessionalMarksExamDur.HrsExamMaxMarksCreditsL T D/P
03.701 System Modeling & Simulation 3 1 - 50 3 100 403.702 Design for Manufacturing 3 0 - 50 3 100 303.703 Human Aspects of Management 3 1 - 50 3 100 403.704 Metrology & Instrumentation (MN) 3 1 - 50 3 100 403.705 Management Information System (EII) 3 1 - 50 3 100 403.706 Management of Projects (EIII) 3 1 - 50 3 100 403.707 Software Lab 0 0 2 50 3 100 203.708 Quality Control Lab 0 0 2 50 3 100 203.709 Project & Seminar 0 0 2 100 2Total 18 5 6 500 800 29
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
 
CETN2010
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
1
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Thiruvananthapuram
03.701
 
SYSTEM MODELING
 
AND SIMULATION
 
3-1-0
 
4 Credits
 
MODULE I
 
Systems theory, measures of effectiveness, System modeling, systemanalysis, system approach to problem solving, applications in industrialand business systems. Areas of application of simulation, steps insimulation study, classification of systems, models of systems- differenttypes, system analysis and system postulation. System simulation:-Monte Carlo method, numerical computation technique for continuousand discrete systems, Distributed Lag models, Cobweb models,.Comparison of simulation and numerical methods. Continuous systemmodels, feedback systems, Real-time simulation. Use of Monte Carlomethod to find area under curves, value of 
π
, pure pursuit problem,trajectory simulation, etc.
MODULE II
 
Discrete and continuous probability functions, uniformly distributedrandom numbers, properties of random numbers, generation of Pseudo-Random numbers, random number generators, tests for randomnumbers:- frequency, gap, run, and Poker tests, tests for autocorrelation.Generation of random deviates for Exponential, Uniform, Weibull,Triangular, and discrete distributions; Inverse Transformationmethod. Direct transformation method for the Normal and Lognormaldistributions. Acceptance-rejection technique:- Poisson and Gammadistributions. Input modeling:- data collection, identifying thedistribution with the collected data, goodness of fit tests, selecting inputmodels without data.
MODULE III
 
Discrete event simulation techniques:- Next-Event approach/Eventscheduling, Fixed Time Increment method, manual simulation usingEvent Scheduling and Fixed Time Advance methods. Simulation of Queuing models, Production systems, Material handling systems, etc.Verification and Validation of simulation models. Design of simulationexperiments, variance reduction techniques, statistical analysis of outputs, and optimization of parameters. Computer simulationlanguages, packages, and their application.Simulation of continuous and discrete systems using simulationsoftware packages (practical sessions).
References:
 1. System Simulation – Geoffrey Gordon PHI2. System Simulation with Digital Computer – Narsingh Deo PHI3. Discrete Event System Simulation – J. Banks Pearson Education4. Concepts and Methods in Discrete Event Digital; Simulation – Fishman – JohnWilley & Sons
 
CETN2010
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 
2
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Thiruvananthapuram
03.702
 
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING
 
3-0-0
 
3
 
Credits
 
MODULE 1
 
Introduction to design for manufacture
, DFM principles and rules,Systematic approach to Design engineering systems, Collection of information, Role of Engineering design in production, Flow diagramsfor design procedures.
Effect of materials and manufacturing processes on design
: Majorphases of design. Effect of material properties on design. Effect of manufacturing processes on design. The material selection process – costper unit property, weighted properties, and limits on properties methods.
MODULE 2
 
Tolerance analysis
: Process capability, mean, variance, skewness,kurtosis, process capability metrics, Cp, Cpk, cost aspects, featuretolerances, geometric tolerances, surface finish, review of relationshipbetween attainable tolerance grades and different machining process.Cumulative effect of tolerances – sure fit law, normal law and truncatednormal law.
Selective assembly
: Interchangeable part manufacture and selectiveassembly, deciding the number of groups – Model – I: Group tolerancesof mating parts equal; Model-II: total and group tolerances of shaftequal. Control of axial play – Introducing secondary machiningoperations, laminated shims, examples.
Datum systems
: Degrees of freedom, grouped datum systems – differenttypes, two and three mutually perpendicular grouped datum planes;Grouped datum system with spigot and recess, pin and hole; Groupeddatum system with spigot and recess pair and tongue – slot pair computation of translation and rotational accuracy, geometric analysisand applications.
MODULE 3
 
True position theory
: Comparison between co-ordinate and conventionmethod of feature location, tolerancing and true position tolerancing,virtual size concept, floating and fixed fasteners, projected tolerance zone,assembly with gasket, zero true position tolerance, functional gauges,paper layout gauging, compound assembly, examples.
Form design of castings and weldments
: Redesign of castings basedon parting line considerations, minimizing core requirements,redesigning cast members using weldments, use of weldingsymbols.
Tolerance charting technique
: Operation sequence for typical shaft typeof components. Preparation of process drawings for differentoperations, tolerance worksheets and centrally analysis, examples,

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