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7th Semester Mechanical Engineering Syllabus (MG University)

7th Semester Mechanical Engineering Syllabus (MG University)

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7th Semester Mechanical Engineering Syllabus (MG University)U 701AUTO POWER PLANTModule – 1.
Introduction: Types of power plant, classification of engines, working of 2 stroke and 4stroke with relative merits and demerits. Constructional details of engine components:Cylinders – types, cylinder liners, engine block, types of cylinder head, gasket materials,piston types, function, materials, piston rings, piston pins, connecting rod, crank shaft,flywheel, cam shaft, valve and valve mechanism, inlet and exhaust manifold construction,hydraulic tappets.
Module – 2.
Fuel supply system in petrol engines: Types of fuel feed systems, fuel pumps and filters,construction, air filter types and construction, carburetion, simple carburetor, differentcircuits in carburetor, types of carburetor.
Module – 3.
Fuel supply system in diesel engines: Cleaning system, transfer system, injection pump,nozzles, their functions and necessity, simple and multi unit pump, CAV Bosch pump.Modern distributor type pumps, maximum and minimum speed governors, injectionnozzles and types of injectors.
Module – 4.
Cooling system: Necessity of cooling, types of cooling, air cooling and water cooling,forced circulation, thermostat, water pump, radiator, pressurized cooling, antifreezesolution, liquid cooling/ oil cooling.
Module – 5.
Lubricating system: Function of lubricating system, classification of lubricants, types of lubricants, types of lubricants, properties of lubricants, oil filter, oil pumps, crank caseventilation, oil additives, specification of lubricants.
Newton and Steeds – Motor vehicle, Wildlife Publications, London.Kirpal Singh – Automobile Engineering Volume 1 & 2 standard publications, New Delhi.Joseph Heitner – Automobile mechanics, CBS Publishers, New Delhi.
T. R. Banga and Nathu Singh – Automobile Engineering, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi.A. W. Judge – Modern petrol engine, Chapman and hall, London.P. M. Heldt – High speed diesel engines, Chillon Co. New York.
Introduction: Evolution of Industrial Engineering – Fields of application of IndustrialEngineering – Functions of Industrial Engineer – Organisational structure of IndustrialEngineering Department. Production and Productivity – Types of Productions –countinuous production – intermittent production – Productivity – Productivity index –factors affecting productivity – reasons for poor values – types of values – the differentphases of value analysis.
Module – 2.
Plant design – plant location – factors influencing plant location. Plant layout – types of plant layout – introduction to layouts based on group technology – just in time and cellularmanufacturing systems – Material handling – Principles of material handling – selection of material handling devices – types of material handling equipments – Maintenance andreplacement of equipments – Types of maintenance – Depreciation – methods of calculating depreciation. Selection of equipments – methods for replacement studies.
Module – 3.
Methods Engineering: Process charts and flow diagrams – Micro motion study – work measurement techniques. Job evaluation and merit rating: Objects of job evaluation –Methods of job evaluation. Objectives and uses of merit rating – Merit rating plans.
Module – 4.
Industrial relations: Fatigue – communication in industry – Industrial disputes – Tradeunions – Quality circles – BIS – ISO – Labour Welfare – Industrial Safety – Statutoryprovisions in labour legislations. Ergonomics: Objectives and applications.
Module – 5.
Inventory control: Determination of economic order quantity and recorder level. Qualitycontrol: Destructive and non-destructive testing methods. Statistical quality control –process control charts – acceptance sampling. Cost accounting and control. Elements of cost – Selling price of a product – Types of cost – Allocation of overheads.
Production system – Riggs.Production control – Hiejet.Human factors in Engg. Design – Mc Cornie E. J.Industrial Engg. and Management – O. P. Khanna.Industrial Organization and Management – Banga and Sarma.Industrial Engg. – A. P. Verma.Value Engg. – Mudge.Manufacturing Organization and Management – Amrine.Time and Motion Study – Lowry.Quality control – Hansen.
Principles of refrigeration: Thermodynamics of refrigeration – Carnot cycle, reversedCarnot cycle, heat pump, and refrigerating machine – coefficient of performance – unit of refrigeration – refrigeration methods – conventional refrigeration systems. Air refrigerationsystem – Bell Coleman cycle – COP capacity work and refrigerant flow requirements inBell – Coleman cycle.
Module – 2.
Vapour compression system: simple cycle – comparison with Carnot cycle – theoretical,actual and reactive – COP effect of operating parameters on COP – wet, dry andsuperheated compression – under cooling – actual cycle representation on TS and PHdiagrams- simple problems. Advanced vapour compression systems – multistage vapourcompression systems – flash chamber multiple compression and evaporation systemscascading – simple problems.
Module – 3.
Vapour absorption systems: Simple, cycles – actual cycle – ammonia water and lithiumbromide water systems – COP – Electrolux system. Refrigerant and their properties:Nomenclature – suitability of refrigerants for various applications – unconventionalrefrigeration methods – Vortex tube, steam – jet, magnetic (cryogenics) refrigeration andthermoelectric refrigeration. Applied refrigeration – house hold refrigerators – unit airconditioners and water coolers – ice plant and cold storage.
Module – 4.
Refrigeration system components: Condensors – water and air cooled condensers –evaporative condensers – expansion devices – capillary tube – constant pressure expansion

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