UTTAR PRADESH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY

IET Campus, Sitapur Road, LUCKNOW

[Effective from Session – 2009-10]

COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS
for

M.Tech. Programme in Mechanical Engineering Regular 4 Semester Programme
· M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Computer Integrated Manufacturing · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Computer Aided Design · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Advanced Computer Aided Design · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Manufacturing Science & Technology · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Manufacturing Systems Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Production Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Thermal Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engg. with specialization in Machine Design

Part Time 6 Semester Programme
· M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Design Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Industrial System Engineering · M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering

(1)

UP Technical University, Lucknow
M.Tech.- Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme)
S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-105 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation, Modelling and Analysis Applied Operations Research Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-205 MME-207 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Advanced Mechanics of Solids Production Technology Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-306 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Advanced Thermal Engineering Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 8 2 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total

GRAND TOTAL
Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab., if any, Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester

2000

2

UP Technical University, Lucknow
M.Tech.- Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme)
Specialization: COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-103 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation, Modelling and Analysis Advanced Computer Aided Design Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-202 MME-203 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Computer Aided Manufacturing Robotics & Control Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-301 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Advance Machining Processes Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 8 2 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30* 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd. TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total

GRAND TOTAL
Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab., if any, Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester

2000

3

UP Technical University, Lucknow
M.Tech.- Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme)
Specialization: COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-104 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation, Modelling and Analysis Geometric Modelling Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-204 MME-205 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Manufacturing Automation Advanced Mechanics of Solids Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-302 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Interactive Computer Graphics & Design Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 8 2 12 30* 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total

GRAND TOTAL
Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab., if any, Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester

2000

4

UP Technical University, Lucknow
M.Tech.- Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme)
Specialization: ADVANCED COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN
S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-104 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation, Modelling and Analysis Geometric Modelling Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-205 MME-206 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Advanced Mechanics of Solids Information System in CAD/CAM Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-302 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Interactive Computer Graphics & Design Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 8 2 12 30* 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total

GRAND TOTAL
Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab., if any, Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester

2000

5

Modelling and Analysis Applied Operations Research Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-202 MME-207 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Computer Aided Manufacturing Production Technology Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-301 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Advance Machining Processes Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 8 2 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30* 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab. if any. Lucknow M.Tech..UP Technical University.. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester 2000 6 .Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme) Specialization: MANUFACTURING SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-105 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation.

Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme) Specialization: MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-106 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation.. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester 2000 7 . Modelling and Analysis Computer Aided Design & Product Data Management Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-208 MME-209 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Quality Management Systems Advanced Manufacturing Planning & Control Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-303 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Design of Production Systems Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 8 2 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab. Lucknow M. if any.UP Technical University..Tech.

.. Lucknow M. Modelling and Analysis Applied Operations Research Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-202 MME-203 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Computer Aided Manufacturing Robotics & Control Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-303 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Design of Production Systems Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 8 2 10 30 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30* 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab.UP Technical University. if any.Tech.Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme) Specialization: PRODUCTION ENGINEERING S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-105 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester 2000 8 .

Modelling and Analysis Advanced Thermal Sciences Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-211 MME-212 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Advance Heat Transfer Design of Thermal Systems Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-305 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Advance Fluid Mechanics Open Elective Dissertation # Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 8 2 12 30* 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30* 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab..UP Technical University. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester 2000 9 .. Lucknow M.Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme) Specialization: THERMAL ENGINEERING S N Course Code Subject L Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-109 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation.Tech. if any.

if any. Lucknow M. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in IV Semester 2000 10 ..Tech.Mechanical Engineering (Regular Programme Specialization: MACHINE DESIGN S N Course Code Semester I 1 2 3 4 MME-101 MME-102 MME-110 MME-1?? Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation.UP Technical University. Modelling and Analysis Advanced Design of Mechanical System Elective-I Total Semester II 1 2 3 4 MME-201 MME-253 MME-205 MME-2?? Optimization for Engineering Design Advanced Mechanical Vibrations Advanced Mechanics of Solids Elective-II Total Semester III 1 2 3 4 MME-308 OEL-3?? MME-351 MME-352 Experimental Stress Analysis Open Elective Dissertation# Seminar/Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 MME-451 Dissertation Total 18 18 150 150 200 200 350 350 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 8 2 12 30* 30 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 100 250 100 100 200 150 150 50 100 450 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 4 30* 30 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 3 3 3 3 12 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 2 6 30* 30 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 50 200 100 100 100 100 400 150 150 150 150 600 Subject L Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab..

. Modelling and Analysis Geometric Modelling Total Semester II 1 2 3 MME-201 MME-204 MME-205 Optimization for Engineering Design Manufacturing Automation Advanced Mechanics of Solids Total Semester III 1 2 3 MME-302 MME-3?? MME-352 Interactive Computer Graphics & Design Elective-I Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 2 MME-4?? MME-451 Elective-II Dissertation # Total Semester V 1 2 OEL-5?? MME-551 Open Elective Dissertation Total Semester VI 1 MME-651 Dissertation Total 12 12 100 100 200 200 300 300 3 3 1 1 12 12 30 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 1 1 2 12 14 30* 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 2 2 6 30* 30* 10 10 10 10 50 50 100 200 100 100 200 150 150 100 400 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 3 2 2 30* 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 3 2 2 4 30* 30 30* 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 Subject L Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab.Tech. if any. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test # Dissertation to be continued in V & VI Semester 2000 11 .UP Technical University. Lucknow M.Mechanical Engineering (Part Time Programme) Specialization: DESIGN ENGINEERING S N Course Code Semester I 1 2 3 MME-101 MME-102 MME-104 Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation..

if any. Lucknow M. Modelling and Analysis Applied Operations Research Total Semester II 1 2 3 MME-201 MME-213 MME-214 Optimization for Engineering Design Managerial Economics and Accounting Project Management Total Semester III 1 2 3 MME-303 MME-3?? MME-352 Design of Production Systems Elective-I Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 2 MME-4?? MME-451 Elective-II Dissertation # Total Semester V 1 2 OEL-5?? MME-551 Open Elective Dissertation Total Semester VI 1 MME-651 Dissertation Total 12 12 100 100 200 200 300 300 3 3 1 1 12 12 30 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 1 1 2 12 14 30* 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 2 4 30 30* 10 10 10 10 50 50 100 200 100 100 200 150 150 100 400 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 2 2 2 30* 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 3 2 2 30* 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 Subject L Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab..Tech..UP Technical University. # Dissertation to be continued in V & VI Semester 2000 12 .Mechanical Engineering (Part Time Programme) Specialization: INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM ENGINEERING S N Course Code Semester I 1 2 3 MME-101 MME-102 MME-105 Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test.

Tech. Otherwise 30 Marks are for Class Test.UP Technical University.. if any. Modelling and Analysis Applied Operations Research Total Semester II 1 2 3 MME-201 MME-205 MME-207 Optimization for Engineering Design Advanced Mechanics of Solids Production Technology Total Semester III 1 2 3 MME-306 MME-3?? MME-352 Advanced Thermal Engineering Elective-I Seminar / Minor Project Total Semester IV 1 2 MME-4?? MME-451 Elective-II Dissertation # Total Semester V 1 2 OEL-5?? MME-551 Open Elective Dissertation Total Semester VI 1 MME-651 Dissertation Total 12 12 100 100 200 200 300 300 3 3 1 1 12 12 30 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 1 1 2 12 14 30* 10 10 50 50 100 100 100 150 50 200 3 3 6 1 1 2 2 2 4 30 30* 10 10 10 10 50 50 100 200 100 100 200 150 150 100 400 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 2 2 2 30* 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 3 3 3 9 1 1 1 3 2 2 30* 30 30 10 10 10 10 10 10 50 50 50 150 100 100 100 300 150 150 150 450 Subject L Periods T P CT Evaluation Scheme Sessional Attd TA Total Exam ESE Subject Total GRAND TOTAL Note: *15 Marks are for Class Test and 15 Marks are for Lab. # Dissertation to be continued in V & VI Semester 2000 13 .Mechanical Engineering (Part Time Programme) S N Course Code Semester I 1 2 3 MME-101 MME-102 MME-105 Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Simulation. Lucknow M..

11. 19. 13. 19. 4. 14. 17. 8. 11. 5. 21. 6. 12. 2.N. 17. 15. FMS & CIM Total Quality Management Materials Management Production & Operations Management Computer Aided Plant Layout and Materials Handling Metrology & Computer Aided Inspection Work Science Advanced Gas Dynamics Cryogenics Systems Cold Preservation of Food Renewable Energy systems Combustion. 1. 15. 6. Subject Code MME-151 / MME-351 MME-152 / MME-352 MME-153 / MME-353 MME-154 / MME-354 MME-155 / MME-355 MME-156 / MME-356 MME-157 / MME-357 MME-158 / MME-358 MME-159 / MME-359 MME-160 / MME-360 MME-161 / MME-361 MME-162 / MME-362 MME-163 / MME-363 MME-164 / MME-364 MME-165 / MME-365 MME-166 / MME-366 MME-167 / MME-367 MME-168 / MME-368 MME-169 / MME-369 MME-170 / MME-370 MME-171 / MME-371 MME-172 / MME-372 MME-173 / MME-373 Subject Product Design and Development CAD/CAM Experimental Modal Analysis and Dynamic Design Computer Aided Design of Thermal Systems Computer Aided Design of Mechanical Systems Advanced Mechanism Design Machine Tool Design Machining Science Manufacturing System Analysis Production. 3. 7. Engines and Pollution 14 .N. 3. 5. 16. 13. 22. 23. 8. 9. 1. 20. 4. Planning and Control Modern Manufacturing Processes Metal Casting Metal Forming Computer Aided Process Planning & Control Design for Manufacture Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Concurrent Engineering & Product Lifecycle Management Quality Assurance Power Plants Engineering Computational Fluid Dynamics & Heat Transfer Gas Turbines and Compressors Combustion Engineering Internal Combustion Engines Elective-II (MME – 2?? / MME – 4??) S. 14. 23. 16.Elective-I (MME-1?? / MME-3??) S. 18. Subject Code MME-251 / MME-451 MME-252 / MME-452 MME-253 / MME-453 MME-254 / MME-454 MME-255 / MME-455 MME-256 / MME-456 MME-257 / MME-457 MME-258 / MME-458 MME-259 / MME-459 MME-260 / MME-460 MME-261 / MME-461 MME-262 / MME-462 MME-263 / MME-463 MME-264 / MME-464 MME-265 / MME-465 MME-266 / MME-466 MME-267 / MME-467 MME-268 / MME-468 MME-269 / MME-469 MME-270 / MME-470 MME-271 / MME-471 MME-272 / MME-472 MME-273 / MME-473 Subject Finite Element Method Industrial Automation & Robotics Advanced Mechanical Vibrations Theory of Elasticity & Plasticity Fracture Mechanics Industrial Tribology Advanced Materials Technology Heat Treatment of Metals Advanced Welding Technology Advanced Foundry Technology Flexible Manufacturing Systems CNC. 21. 22. 2. 12. 18. 9. 10. 10. 7. 20.

13. 16. 12. Maintenance Management & Safety Environmental Pollution & Its Control Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Neural Network and Fuzzy Systems Applied Probability and Statistics Intelligent Instrumentation Microprocessor Systems Machine Vision Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems Electric Drives Alternative Fuels & Engine Pollution 15 . 11. Management Research and Development Quantitative Techniques in Decision Making Management Information Systems Energy Management Reliability. 6.Open Elective (OEL – 3?? / OEL – 5??) S. 14. 18. 4. 3. 15. 10. Subject Code OEL-301 / OEL-501 OEL-302 / OEL-502 OEL-303 / OEL-503 OEL-304 / OEL-504 OEL-305 / OEL-505 OEL-306 / OEL-506 OEL-307 / OEL-507 OEL-308 / OEL-508 OEL-309 / OEL-509 OEL-310 / OEL-510 OEL-311 / OEL-511 OEL-312 / OEL-512 OEL-313 / OEL-513 OEL-314 / OEL-514 OEL-315 / OEL-515 OEL-316 / OEL-516 OEL-317 / OEL-517 OEL-318 / OEL-518 Subject Accounting & Financial Management Information Systems and Data Management Industrial Design and Ergonomics Industrial Policy. 7. 9. 8. 1. 5.N. 17. 2.

E. Numerical Methods for Engineers 3. Simulation of translational and rotational mechanical systems. Schwarzenbach and K. Gauss’s forward and backward interpolation formulae. Khanna Publications Academic Press. discrete and continuous probability functions. MODELLING AND ANALYSIS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: A review of basic probability and statistics. Shannon J. Frederick Allan Carrie Prentice Hall Prentice Hall Edward Arnold Houghton Mifflin John Wiley & Sons 16 . Elementary Numerical Analysis M. Books: 1. System dynamics diagrams. Simulation of hydraulic systems. Determination of length of simulation runs.D. Analog and Hybrid simulation. largest and intermediate Eigen values (Computer based algorithm and programme for these methods) Numerical Differentiation and Integration: Numerical differentiation using difference operators. Modelling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems 5.K. least squares approximation using Chebyshev polynomial. Case studies. Semester I Compulsory Subjects -All specializations (Regular & Part Time) MME-101 NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING L 3 T 1 P 2 Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equation: Newton-Raphson method including method of complex roots. NY Prentice Hall of India McGraw Hill MME-102 SIMULATION. Generation of Random numbers. Conte Wiley Eastern Ltd. Gauss-Seidel iteration and relaxation methods. Static and Dynamic models.K. advantages of simulation System Simulation: Techniques of simulation.S. S. Experimental nature of simulation. Logistic curves. Estimation of means variances and correlation. Numerical Method for Scientific and Engineering Computation 2. Grewal A. Gupta B. Graeffe’s root square method (Computer based algorithm and programme for these methods) Interpolation and Approximation: Lagrange’s and Newton-divided difference formula. Smallest. NY John Wiley & Sons. Cubic spline. An Introduction to Numerical Analysis 6. Job shop with material handling and Flexible manufacturing systems. Principles of modeling. Solution of Differential Equations: Modified Euler’s method. Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules. 3rd and 4th orders. Variance reduction techniques. Numerical Methods 5. Simulation of manufacturing Geoffrey Gordon Robert E. Solution of Laplace’s and Poisson’s equations by Liebmann’s method. Computers in simulation studies. Simulation software for manufacturing. Random numbers. System Dynamics: Growth and Decay models. Jain S.K.F. Books: 1. Iyenger and R. Boole’s rule. Role of simulation in model evaluation and studies. Basic Simulation modeling. Continuous system models. Runge-Kutta method of 2nd. Gill Charles M Close and Dean K. Monte Carlo method.K. Linear and non-linear systems. Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations: Cholesky’s (Crout’s) method. Continuous and discrete systems. Solution of Eigenvalue problems. Simulation of Manufacturing Systems: Simulation of waiting line systems. Sastry S. Stochastic activities. Probability Concepts in Simulation: Stochastic variables. Bessel’s and Laplace-Everett’s formulae. random variables and their properties. PredictorCorrector method.Tech. Introduction Methods of Numerical Analysis 7. Weddle’s rule. Jain. Numerical Methods 4. Numerical computation techniques. Simulation of Mechanical Systems: Building of Simulation models. System Simulation 2. Wiley Eastern Ltd. System Simulation: The Art and Science 3.SYLLABUS M. Atkinson S. Newton interpolation formula for finite differences.R. Stability of Ordinary differential equation. Feedback systems. Booth K.S. System Modelling and Control 4. Physical Modelling: Concept of System and environment.D. Simulation software packages. Relaxation method.

Graphics Hardware input. problems. synthetic curves. 3D Graphics: Polygon mesh generation. CAD/CAM D Hearn & M P Baker Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramanian P N Rao A Saxena and B Sahay D F Rogers and J A Adams H P Groover and E W Zimmers Prentice Hall Tata McGraw-Hill Tata McGraw-Hill Anamya Publications McGraw-Hill International Prentice Hall MME-104 GEOMETRIC MODELLING L 3 T 1 P 2 Geometric Modelling and Applications: Introduction. Traveling salesman problem. Coon’s and Bezier surface patches. Degeneracy and duality. Computer Graphics 2. Ruled and developable surfaces. surface representation. Rational B-spline curves. Computer Aided Engineering Design 5. CAD of complex Engg. Graphics 6. Design for manufacturing. Solid modeling of components using computer software. Half spaces-basic elements. Techniques and tools. model formulation. Design for Automation. Mathematical Elements for Comp. design and engineering applications. Surfaces of revolution. wire frame models and entities. Three Dimensional Transformations: Three Dimensional Geometric Transformations. Robust design. Problems. display and output devices. Mathematical Elements for Comp. Sweep representation. Analytical solid modeling. Failure considerations in designing. Classification of Optimization problems. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice 3. transportation and transshipment models. design and engineering applications. Brepresentation-basic elements and building operations. 17 . Parallel projections–Matrix equations for Orthographic. Graphics standards. Solid Modelling: Wire frame models. Output Primitives: Bresenham’s Circle and Ellipse generating algorithms. Parametric representation of analytic and synthetic surfaces. Stereographic projection. Boundary and Constructive Solid Geometry of solid modeling. Rational curves. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice 3. Integer and parametric programming. B-spline curves-generation and properties. Bezier curves-generation and properties. space curves. uniform. Systems. Non-uniform rational B-splines (NURBS). curve representations. Hermite curves. Coons bicubic surfaces. Perspective transformations. Books: 1. Graphics 6. Surface Description and Generation: Parametric representation. Reliability. Optimization techniques Linear Optimization Models: Complex and revised Simplex algorithms. parametric representation of analytical curves. Rotation about an arbitrary axis in space. Advances in Computer Aided Engineering Design. B-spline curves. Computer Graphics 2. Surface Modelling: Introduction. multiple transformation. Sweep surfaces. revolved and swept surfaces. Computer Aided Engineering Design 5. open uniform and non uniform B-splines. Post optimum and Sensitivity analysis. Curves: Parametric representation of plane curves. Ergonomic considerations in Design. Feature based design. Bilinear surface. Books: 1. CAD/CAM Principles and Applications 4. Bezier curves. building operations. CAD/CAM Principles and Applications 4. CAD/CAM D Hearn & M P Baker Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramanian P N Rao A Saxena and B Sahay D F Rogers and J A Adams H P Groover and E W Zimmers Prentice Hall Tata McGraw-Hill Tata McGraw-Hill Anamya Publications McGraw-Hill International Prentice Hall MME-105 APPLIED OPERATIONS RESEARCH L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Definition and scope of OR. Surface models and entities. Software configuration and functions. Bezier and B-spline surfaces. general methods for solution. Surface manipulations. Solid models and entities. equation for one point perspective projections. lofted. Oblique and Axonometric projections.MME-103 ADVANCED COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN L 3 T 1 P 2 Introduction and Review of CAD: Introduction. Wire frame and Solid models. Assignment. Ruled. curve manipulations. Constructive Solid geometry-basic elements & basic operations. Sweep.

Bezier curves. Virtual link. Representation schemesGraph structure. rational curves. Graphics database structure and handling. life cycle. Graphic standards-GKS and CORE. Operating features. Wire frame modeling. Three Dimensional geometric transformations. Precedence graph. Principles of OR with Applications to Managerial Decisions 5. M/M/1 & M/M/1/N queuing systems. Graphic transformation. GKS-3D and PHIGS. Singapore Longman Higher Education Prentice Hall Resource Publishing 18 . case studies. Products configuration. Fundamentals of Operations Research 4. Editing facility. Waiting Line Problems: Classification of queuing problems. Symbols. Liasion-Sequence analysis. Inference of position from mating conditions. Books: 1. Surface manipulations-Displaying. Operations Research 6. product structure. Assembly and Modelling Software Standards: Introduction. Nonlinear and Dynamic Programming 3. Curve manipulations-displaying. creation of work flow. surface entities. work now integration. Parametric representation of Synthetic curves-Hermite cubic curves. Chapman-Kolmogorov equation. hyperbola. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice 3. Location graph. Books: 1. conics. Types. Parametric representation of analytic curves-Line. Bezier and B-spline surfaces. creation and viewing of documents. Elements of Queuing Theory 2. Introduction to Product Data Management (PDM): Present market constraints-need for collaboration Internet and developments in server-client computing. Generic product modeling.K. Open and Closed queuing networks. Trimming. Control of parts and documents. Parametric representation of synthetic surfaces-Hermite bicubic.. Rational parametric surface. deterministic and Probabilistic models. creating parts version. Introduction to Operations Research Saaty Hadley Ackoff & Sasieni Wagner Taha R Panneerselvam A P Verma Hillier and Lieberman Pitam Addison Wesley Wiley eastern Prentice Hall McMillan Prentice Hall of India S. automation information flow. Triangular patches. Surface of revolution. Configuration Management: Base lines.Game Problems: Minimax criterion and optimal strategy. Birth & death processes in manufacturing. Stochastic Programming: Basic concepts of Probability theory. Coons surface. Components of PDM: Components of a typical PDM setup. Tabulated cylinder. Principles of Computer Graphics 4. micros. Neumann and F Robert J Rooney &P Steadman H P Groover and E W Zimmers Rodger Burden Prentice Hall Tata McGraw-Hill McGraw-Hill Co. Ellipse. evaluating points on curves.M. sculptured surface. life cycle management. CAD/CAM 6. segmentation. generation of assembly sequences-Precedence diagram. Plotting. Projects and roles: Creation of projects and roles. Intersection. work flow. Parametric representation of analytic surfaces-planed and ruled surfaces. Operations Research 8. Surface models. parabola. PDM: Product data Management D Hearn & M P Baker Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramanian W. Geometric Modelling: Dimensions of models. Steady state analysis of M/M/m queues. B-spline curves. Projection. life cycle of a product. Problems with finite number of stages. Operations Research 7. assembly modeling-Parts modeling and representation. Principles of CAD 5. evaluating points & curves on surfaces. Games by Simplex dominance rules. Circle. Stochastic linear programming. multiple transformation. Other graphic standards. Inventory Management: ABC analysis. Trimming. Blending. hardware and document management. Templates. Case studies. Kataria & Sons Prentice Hall MME-106 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & PRODUCT DATA MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P 2 Computer Graphics: Windowing and Clipping algorithms. Comparison between sales configuration and products. Bellman’s principle of optimality. Discrete and continuous time Markov models. segmentation. Assembly analysis programs. Intersection. Mating conditions. offset surface. Computer Graphics 2. Dynamic Programming: Characteristics of dynamic programming problems. Solid modeling. two persons zero sum game. IGES. configuration management. Hierarchical relationships. Data selection. Bresenham’s Circle and ellipse generating algorithms.

Variable speed drives (AC & DC). Design of riveted. strain and theories of failure. Manufacturing considerations: Limits. Integral similarity solutions. Juvinal John Wiley and Sons 3. Class C. Service failure modes. welded and friction joints. Configuration factors. Digital Design M. Surface properties. Books: 1. Mechanical Metallurgy G. Cumulative damageLife prediction. Stoichiometry. Operational Amplifier-Linear Integrated Circuits Gayakwad Prentice Hall India 4. Spur. Transformation of circle into aerofoil. motors AC/DC. Thermal Engineering Sarkar - 19 . Clutches. Shigley and L. design of sliding and rolling contact bearings. Second law analysis-availability. Rasid Prentice Hall India 5.Number system. Books: 1. Convective heat transfer in laminar and turbulent flow. Brief introduction of-Transformer. Potential flow theory: Flow around bodies. Wear modes and control. Boolean algebra. Collens John Wiley & Sons 5. springs. Integrated Electronics Millman Halkias Tata McGraw-Hill 2. Engineering thermodynamics Achuthan 4. V & I feedback. IGBT. Condensation & evaporation. sequential circuits. fits and standarisation. Navier-Stokes equation. Classification (positive and negative feedback). Mitchel McGraw Hill International 2. Feed back amplifiersAdvantages. Ductile and brittle fracture-Fatigue and fracture mechanics approach to design. Metal Fatigue in Engineering H. Power Electronics Mohammad H. Transient conduction. Systematic approach to failure analysis. K-map. Mechanical Engineering Design J. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design R. Elements of irreversible thermodynamics. Morris Mano McGraw-Hill 3.E. Fuchs John Wiley & Sons 6. Simplified Carathedory’s formulation. Splines. Design principles: Strength. Engineering thermodynamics Jones & Dugan 3. Class B. Class AB efficiency calculation and heat sinks.D. Design for strength.C. Material selection and design processes. Fundamentals of two-phase flow. Boundary layer theory: Basic equations. Cylinder and aerofoil. radiation heat transfer. Oscillators-PC phase shift. Dieter McGraw Hill MME-108 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P - Basic Electronics-Diode. Keys. First and Second law analysis of chemical reactions. disadvantages. Thermodynamics of reactive mixtures. Failure-Quality loss and robust design. Thermal Spraying for Power Generation Components Klaus Erich Schneider 2. Sawhney Dhanpat Rai & Sons MME-109 ADVANCED THERMAL SCIENCES L 3 T 1 P 2 Recapitulation of Fundamentals: Basic definitions & concepts. Deformation modesYielding and creep. Power amplifier: Class A. LC Wein bridge & crystal. static and dynamic loadings. Solid sate devices. Transistor Biasing and Introduction to experimental mode of transistor (Low frequency and high frequency analysis). Failure of Materials in Mechanical Design J. Converters & Invertors. Electrical and Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation A. belt and chain drives. Digital. Lubrication systems. bolted.O.A. Books: 1. Fundamentals of turbulent boundary layer. Calculation of radiative heat exchange between grey surfaces. Fundamentals of discretization. Gates. Helical. bevel and Worm gear drives. Blasius solution. Derivation of 3D generalized conduction equation.F.E. brakes. Spottes Prentice Hall India 4.SCR. rigidity and wear considerations. Design of shafts. Transducers. Theory and principles of design of – Couplings. Numerical methods.K. Operation amplifiers-Application of operational amplifier characteristics and equivalent circuits. Power screws. Characterisation and interpretation. Design of Machine Elements M. Equation of stateCalculation of Thermodynamic properties. Generalized compressibility charts.MME-107 INTRODUCTION TO MECHANICAL DESIGN L 3 T 1 P - Concepts of stress. steady state conduction.

theories of brittle fracture. selection of simulated annealing parameters. S.Tech. Geometric Programming: Introduction. Design for quality and manufacture. Vol 1-6. Unconstrained minimization problems.M. Generalized polynomial optimization. Construction of Neural Network algorithm. Examples. Yield Criteria for ductile isotropic materials under multi axial state of stress. Fatigue design Procedures by Gasner & Shulz. Constrained minimization problems. Applied Optimal Design E. Wiley. fatigue crack propagation fracture toughness data. an elastic and plastic creep. Constrained Optimization Techniques: Introduction. Review of static strength failure analysis. J. Engineering Optimization S. Design of GA. rupture theory. Rosenbrock’s method of rotating co-ordinates. concurrent Mechanical Engineering design and its implementation. Arora Wiley. Introduction to stochastic optimization. Direct methods . Academic Press. forest.V. fatigue strength of joints. Non-linear one-dimensional minimization problems.S. Exterior penalty function method. Rao New Age International 2. design for assembly. Univariate and Pattern search methods. Indirect methods . Examples. effect of small inelastic strains and residual stresses on load carrying capacity. Reklaites. 2. Haug and J. Designing against fracture. creep analysis of thick walled cylinders and rotating discs.G. A frame work for Neural Network models. acoustical and thermal fatigue. Mechanical Engineering Design by Toseph E. simulated annealing algorithm. Examples of simulated algorithm. Semester II Compulsory Subjects -All specializations (Regular & Part Time) MME-201 OPTIMIZATION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN L 3 T 1 P 2 Introduction: Historical Developments. Reference : 1. stress corrosion cracking.Random. fundamental aspects of crack growth and fractures. Constraints and creativity. Neural Networks. Fatigue of Metals by P. Key concepts of GA. Suigley. Review of single and multivariable optimization methods with and without constraints. pitting of gears. Genetic Algorithm (GA). Applications of geometric problems. theories of failure including Von-Misestheory based strength on load carrying capacities of members. Fracture An AdvanceTreatise by H. creep in high temperature low cycle fatigue.Cutting plane method and Method of Feasible directions. analysis of tensile creep data. Pergoman Press. SYLLABUS M. High cycle and low cycle fatigue. corrosion and fretting fatigue. solution of unconstrained problem from arithmetic-geometric inequality point of view. Engineering applications of Optimization Classical Optimization Techniques: Introduction. Recent advances in content and approaches of mechanical engineering design and new design strategies like design for X. Selection of Material & process in mechanical design.Steepest Decent methods-Quasi-Newton’s and Variable metric method. A. Optimization G. exercise of fatigue design of shafting and gears. Ravindran and K. cumulative damage theories. New York 3. components and structures.Liebawitz. McGraw Hill. New York Rogsdeth 20 . genetic annealing and Neural Network method. Pergoman Press. Descent methods . 4. Exercises of surface fatigue design of rolling contact bearings.Convex programming problems. Optimization for Engineering Design Kalyanmoy Deb Prentice Hall of India 4. theory of limit design. 3. Novel methods for Optimization: Introduction to simulated annealing.MME-110 :Advanced Design of Mechanical System System Design approach for mechanical engineering. Direct search method . Creep behavior. Examples and problems Unconstrained Optimization Techniques: Introduction. Design Methodologies of Total Design. Books: 1.

Open and Closed loop systems.. Robotics for Engineers 4. Control of NC Systems: Types of CNC Machine Tools systems devices. use of canned cycles. etc. Direct Numerical Control (DNC). Classification of Robots. CAD/CAM Groovers Prentice Hall 3. Transfer systems. e. Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing: Introduction. An Introduction to Robot Technology 3. Control systems. welding. automatic storage and retrieval system. Need and future of NC Systems and CAM. 21 . Basics of variant and generative process planning methods. Gonzalez & CSG Lee J. Parameters of links and joints. Manipulators Kinematics. Future of NC Machines. drilling. Advantages and Disadvantages. R. Automated assembly systems. Methods for improving accuracy and productivity. non vibratory feeders. Features of CNC Systems. Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems Koren 2. Language based programming. path and speed control systems. Robot Coordinate Systems and Manipulator Kinematics: Robot co-ordinate system representation. Robotics 6. NC Machine Tools S J Martin 4. Computer Aided Manufacturing Chang. Vibratory bowl feeders. Position. Robot Control: Fundamental principles. V Raju 6. machine tools. End effectors. Fu.g. Expert Systems application in manufacturing. Case studies.C. CAD/CAM P Radhakrishnan. Mitchell Weiss. warehousing assembly. material handling. Geometric classification and control classification. Books: 1. Historical developments and future trends. Kinematic chains. Generation of NC Programmes through CAD/CAM systems. Nagel Octrey Asfahl Prentice Hall Kogan Page McGraw Hill McGraw Hill International Addison-Wesley McGraw Hill Wiley Eastern MME-204 MANUFACTURING AUTOMATION L T 3 1 P - Automation strategies. robot programming for foundry. Craig Groover. key elements. Robot Programming: Level of robot programming. e.. task level programming.S. Classification. Parallel actuated and closed loop manipulators. Part placing and part escapement systems.J. Robots & Manufacturing Automation Phillipe Collet Coiffet and Chirooza Y. turning. Homogeneous transforms and its inverse. press work and heat treatment. CAD/CAM P N Rao Tata McGraw Hill 5. Robotics 5. Part orienting. Transformation. Computer Process monitoring and Control. Computer aided process planning. Robot programming synthesis. S Subramanyam. Feed track.g. Wysk & Wang Prentice Hall of India MME-203 ROBOTICS & CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Definition. Computer Aided Process Planning: Introduction. Examples of automated process planning systems. Dynamics of kinematic chains. features and applications of CIM. Relating the robot to its world. I-V) 2. Robotic Technology (Vol. Introduction to Neural Networks. Trajectory planning and control. Robot Elements: Drive systems.. Flow lines. encoders and interpolators. Koren K. Robot integration with CAD/CAM/CIM. Standard Controllers and General Programming features available in CNC Systems. Difference between ordinary and NC Machine tools. NC Part Programming: Manual Programming for simple parts. Computer aided NC Programming in APT language. Adaptive control systems. Robot economics and safety. Computer Integrated Manufacturing: Introduction. Elements of Expert Systems. milling. Industrial Robots 7. adaptive control. Collision free motion planning Books: 1. Manual process planning vs. advantages and disadvantages of CIM. Gripper actuators and gripper design. etc.MME-202 COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING L 3 T 1 P 2 Introduction: Introduction to Automation. Advanced techniques of kinematics and dynamics of mechanical systems. Design and implementation of post processors. sensors.

material handling. Structure and behaviour of polymers. Database linkage. etc. warehousing assembly. Robot elements. cell design and layout. Network communication and selection of network communication systems and network topology. Inelastic behaviour. Anderson Dowling. Distributed design environment. welding. Automatic material handling principles. automatic storage and retrieval system. Theory of Elasticity (Foundations of Engineering Mechanics) 2. problems due to diversity of systems.Programmable Automation: Industrial robots. Popelar Isaac M. adaptive control. Web base manufacturing information management. Melvin F. Manufacturing. Introduction to fracture mechanics. Computerised layout planning. Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications 3. robot programming for foundry. Loading unloading station design Books: 1. Parts oriented production planning systems. Norman E E. Information systems. Network architectures and protocols. Failure theories for fibre composites. Engineering Mechanics of Solids 5. Plane stress and plain strain problems. Types and structures. Online production control systems. Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials A I Lurie T. Constitutive relationships.H. Carl H and C. Collision free motion planning Flexible Manufacturing systems: Features of Computer controlled machine tools. fracture and Fatigue 4. Medium access control methods for LAN and signaling methods. Standardization in CIM Software Groover Groover Mikell P Asai K Louis-francois Pau Pearson Education India Prentice Hall Chapman and MME-205 ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS L T 3 1 P - Analysis of stress and strain. Pallet design. Robot programming synthesis. Computerised production scheduling: Group scheduling techniques and interactive group scheduling techniques. Classification. Materials handling systems. Behaviour of unidirectional composites and orthotropic lamina. Robot Programming-Level of robot programming. Computer based analysis and solutions to problems in mechanics of solids. Mechanical Behaviour of Materials: Engineering Methods for Deformation. Daniel Ori Ishai CRC Press Prentice Hall Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India Oxford University Oxford University MME-206 INFORMATION SYSTEM IN CAD/CAM L T 3 1 P - Brief review of CAD/CAM. Fundamentals of Information Technology.P. Automation. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 3. Advanced Fracture Mechanics 7. VNC. NC. Application of IT based approaches in CAD/CAM. Language based programming. CAPP. needs and elements of information integration approaches. Database systems.L. Management Information Systems (MIS) and strategic information systems (SIS). Data archiving and analysis. Automation Systems And CIM Factories 4. development of various structures in composites. Popelar. Case studies and examples. Books: 22 . automatic tool changers. machine tools. Information networking. Manufacturing Automation at the Crossroads. Flexible manufacturing systems. Position. Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). Popov AK Singh Kanninen. press work and heat treatment. Computer supported cooperative work and outsourcing. Automation Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 2. Robot integration with CAD/CAM/CIM. failure theories. data models (Record base data models and object oriented models). Books: 1. real time responses. data processing. CNC. tool design.. group technology. devices and performances. DNC. Torsion of non-circular sections. Viscoelasticity. Concepts. task level programming. Mechanics of Solids 6. path and speed control systems. Review of fatigue analysis. Robot Control-Fundamental principles. Information integration paradigms. Network interconnections.

Load bounding techniques and upper bound estimates of field theory. Basics. All McGraw Hill Wiley eastern 23 . Friction. System.. Total Quality Management (TQM). Goal setting and bench marking. Taguchi online feed back quality control. Case studies. Process control. Customer focus. Metal Cutting Principle 4. Weldability of metals. TQC in Japanese-owned US electronics plant. Computer Aided Design. Fundamentals of Metal Machining 2. Theory of Plastic Deformation and Metal Working 5. Parametric and tolerance design. Designing for quality. Taguchi loss functions quality level. Total Quality Control (TQC): TQC concepts. Small lot sizes. Microstation J : An Introduction To Computer Aided Design 3. Perfection. Diffusion. Masterov & V. Cutting of cast iron. Core concepts. Books: 1. Stress. Problems. Cladding. Theoretical evaluation of temperature fields at shear zone and tool-chip interface. Quality engineering. laws. POKA YOKE. Metal Cutting: Tool geometry and signature. Clauses. Quality gurus and their contribution. Less than full capacity scheduling. Classification. Six sigma etc. Theory of orthogonal and oblique metal cutting.g. Quality auditing. Dynamics of metal cutting and machine tool stability. Friction and lubrication in metal forming processes. Learning from the west. Quality costs and measurement. Standarisation. Surfacing and Fabrication. Fusion and pressure welding. Total Quality Control 2. Indirect compression processes e. daily machine checking. Boothroyd Avitzur M. strain and strain rules. Stress distribution and temperature fields in the welds. Housekeeping.1. forming and rolling. Metallizing. Computer Aided Design and Synthesis Environment for Analog Integrated Circuits 4. Total Quality Management-A Practical Approach A. QC circles. recent advances in cutting tool and science of metal cutting. TQC concepts categorized. Teamwork. implementation-KAIZEN. Thermal cutting of metals and its use in fabrication of process machines. Techniques and aids.Software and Analytical Tools Amirouche Farid M L Andrew L Van Der Plas Geert C S Krishnamoorthy Prentice Hall Anderson Publisher Kluwer Aca Narosa Publishing House MME-207 PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 1 P - Welding Technology: Welding comparison with other fabrication processes. Weld design.C. Direct compression processes e. Recent developments in welding viz. A critical review of theories of dynamic cutting machining at super high speeds. Welding defects and inspection of welds.g. habit of improvement. Books: 1. Easy to see quality control as facilitator. Bending and forming. Trent - MME-208 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS L T 3 1 P - Review of Quality Control: Quality assurance. Full proof devices. stainless steel and non-ferrous metals. Quality System and Standards: ISO 9000 system QS 9000. High-energy rate forming techniques and their applications. Manufacturing tolerance design course will include software applications and industry case studies. Electron beam and Induction welding. Implementation. Process optimization and robust product design using orthogonal arrays. Tool wear and lubrication. Shaw V. ISO 14000.need.M. Principles of Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 2. Metal Cutting G. Organisation. Quality function deployment. MANUFACTURING FOR QUALITY. Top management commitment. Goals. Drawing and Extrusion processes. Berkovsky E. Responsibility. Metal Forming: Classification of forming process. Metal Forming Analysis 3.V. Yield criterion and flow rules. TQC in Japanese-owned automotive plants. Metallurgy of welding. Tools of analysis. TQM systems-Quality policy deployment. Recent advances in metal forming. Taguchi Methods: Review of design of experiments. Total Quality Management (TQM): philosophy of TQM. Advantages. Feigenbaum H. Theory of deep drawing..

Lumped and distributed parameter fluid systems. Forecasting. Evolution from MRP to MRP II. Quality assurance. Halevi and R. Job shop fabrication.The spread of JIT movement. Profit through cost reduction. Forward linkage by means of Kanban. Just in Time Manufacturing 7. Some definitions of JIT. Core Japanese practices of JIT. Elimination of over production. Kanbans. Lean Thinking G. Wall attachment and vortex devices. Daily schedule. Shop floor control. 7. Circuit design. Pseudo robots. Methodology and Tools ISO 9000 TQM for Engineers G. Zairi McGraw Hill Prentice Hall Prentice Hall McGraw Hill Woodhead Publication MME-209 ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PLANNING & CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to Manufacturing Systems Engineering: Process Planning. 24 . Mixed models. 4.Job sequencing-n jobs. Resource Planning & Production Control: Overview of production control. 6. M machines –n jobs. Electro pneumatic components operation and application. Design of pure fluid digital elements. Introduction to fluidic devices and sensors. Physical concepts of pneumatics and electricals. Transient forces and valve stability. Interpretation of electric ladder diagram.two jobs. Taguchi and Syed et. al. Plant Configurations: Introduction-Ultimate plant configuration. Production planning. Production smoothing. automation. Master production schedule. Hydraulic and pneumatic drives. Variant (Retrieval).N. Fluid mechanics of jets. Basic frame work. Monks Francis and White Kargoanker James Womack Chapman and Hall Engg. General remarks on CAPP developments and trends. Principles of Process Planning 2. Adaptability to demand fluctuations. Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP). CAD and manufacturing. Weill Yasuhiro Monden S. Flexible work force. Respect for humanity.L. Hydraulic power generation and transmission. Steady state operating forces. Physical merger of processes. Toyota production System-An Integrated Approach to Just in Time 3. Non-constant quantity withdrawal system (c) Constant withdrawal cycle system for the supplier Kanban Supplier Kanban and the sequence schedule for use by suppliers (a) Later replenishment system by Kanban (b) Sequence withdrawal system Production smoothing in TPS. Adjacency. JIT production adapting to changing production quantities. Quality control. Toyota Production System (TPS): Philosophy of TPS. 5.3. Evaluation of MRP approach. Automatic Quality monitoring. Conveyers and stacker cranes. Pure fluidic analog amplifiers. Computerisation of file management. One machine-n jobs. Order release. Valve control pressure flow relationship for hydraulic valves. Logical design of process planning.D. Standardization of operation. M machines-sequencing jobs on parallel machines. Sequencing method for the mixed model assembly line to realize smoothed production of goal. Materials requirements planning. Generative and demigenertaive approaches. John bank Zaidi Perry L Johnson M. Chary J. Types and utility. Pneumatic valves. Job Sequencing and Operations Scheduling: Introduction. Robots. Minimization of setup costs. Valve configurations and constructions. Process layout for shortened lead times. Just in Time (JST) Production: Introduction. Dedicated production lines. Analog signal control techniques. Three machines-n jobs. Operations Management 5. and Management Press Tata McGraw Hill McGraw Hill Prentice Hall - MME-210 PNEUMATIC & HYDRAULIC CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to control system. Facility Layout and Location 6. Two machine-n jobs. Overlapped production. Determining number of Kanbans in TPS (a) Kanban number under constant quantity withdrawal system (b) Constant cycle.G. Quality Engineering Production Systems Essence of TQM SPC-Concepts. Automated production lines. Books: 1. Production and Operations Management 4.

Unsteady state conduction. Local heat source in non-adiabatic plate. Prandtl-Taylor. two-dimensional velocity and temperature boundary layer equations. Advances in Heat Transfer 2.Books: 1. Poljak’s method. Heat transfer in turbulent flow. Net heat exchange between surfaces separated by absorbing medium. Heat Transfer: Principles and Applications 4. Rechthof and J. cylinders and spheres using Groeber’s and Heisler charts for plates. Diffuse surfaces and the Lambert’s cosine law. Books: 1. Goodwin Anthony Esposito MIT Wiley Eastern Wiley Eastern Macmillan Prentice Hall of India MME-211 ADVANCED HEAT TRANSFER L 3 T 1 P 2 Review: Reviews of basic laws of Conduction. Analysis and Design of Thermal systems using FEM Books: 1. Sources of funds. The Analysis and Design of Pneumatic Systems Fluidic Components and Circuits Fluid Power Systems Fluid Power with Applications J. free convection between parallel plates. Blackburn. Heat Transfer Calculations 5. Reynold’s analogy between skin friction and heat transfer. Temperature fields in finite cylinders and in infinite semi-cylinders. Forced internal flow through circular tubes.L. Velocity and thermal entry length. 3. Shearer B. Accounting mechanics. Anderson K. Circumferential fin of rectangular profile. Logarithmic decrement of radiation. Fully developed flow.W. Design Analysis Of Thermal Systems Robert F Boehm Boehm R F Cambridge University Press John Wiley MME-213 MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING L 3 T 1 P - Financial Accounting. relaxation technique.K. Conventions. Datta Myer Kutz Burmeister Louis Academic Press Wiley-International Prentice Hall of India McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing Wiley-International MME-212 DESIGN OF THERMAL SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Design of Refrigeration systems. Convection and Radiation Conduction: One dimensional steady state conduction with variable thermal conductivity and with internal distributed heat source. cylinders and spheres suddenly immersed in fluids. Developments In The Design Of Thermal Systems 2. Centrifugal Compressor. Von Karman and Martineli’s analogies. design of historical and standard costing systems. cash flow statements. Relevant costs. Allocation and absorption of costs. Turbulent flow through circular tubes. Optimum profile. Profit and loss account. Sudden changes in the surface temperatures of infinite plates. Gebhart’s unified method. Radiation through absorbing media. Forced external flow over a flat plate. G. spines. Foster and G. Radiation: Review of radiation principles. Radiation of luminous gas flames. Adjustment entries. Karman Pohlhousen approximate integral method. Radiation through nonabsorbing media. Allocation joint costs. Extended Surfaces-Review. 5. Overhead cost control. Principles of Heat Transfer 3. Design of turbo machines comprising of axial flow turbines and compressors. Convective Heat Transfer James P Hartnett Kaviany M B. Basic records. Inventory valuations financial rations. 4. Simulation of cash flow accounting.B. Eddy heat diffusivity. solutions with constant wall temperature and with constant heat flux. Cost classification. design considerations. Cost of capital.F. spherical shells. Managerial 25 . Graphical method. straight fins of triangular and parabolic profiles. Balance sheet concepts. design of Air-Conditioning equipments and systems. Optimum fin of rectangular profile. Parker A. Thermocouple conduction error. 2D steady state conduction. Apparent absorptive of simple shaped gas bodies. Fluid Power Control 2. semi-infinite and finite flat plates. Convection: Heat transfer in laminar flow. Preparing financial statements. Hottel’s method of successive reflections.

Manufacturing Processes V.economics concept. Abrasive EDM etc. Need of advanced machining processes and its classification. Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge 3. Abrasive jet and Abrasive water jet machining principles.Tech. Jain P. Pandey Degarmo Kalpakjian New Age New Age Tata McGraw-Hill International 26 . selection of EDM pulse generator dielectric. Electro-chemical deburring and honning Hybrid Unconventional Machining Processes: Introduction to ECDM. cost functions. Managerial Economics Concepts And Cases G S Gupta V L Mote Tata McGraw-Hill Tata McGraw-Hill MME-214 PROJECT MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction. Books: 1. Market structure and price. Advance Machining Processes 2. Ion beam. Design of nozzles. Elements of the process. surface finish and surface damage in EDM. Mechanics of metal removal in EDM. General principles and applications of Electro discharge. Project Planning and schedule control system using CPM and PERT networks. Books: 1. Project Management Successful Project Management K . Mechanics of metal removal. Nagarajan Project Management Institute Greer Michael Trevor Young New AGE International Project Management Inst JAICO PUBL viva SYLLABUS M. Magnetic abrasive finishing process Thermal Type Advance Machining Processes: Classification. machining accuracy. Plasma arc. Effect of plant size on cost. Production functions and their estimation. Applications and limitations. Capital budgeting. demand theory and demand assessment. Manufacturing Processes 4. Managerial Economics 2. Tool design and economic considerations. ECAM. Work break down structure.K. working advantages. advantages and limitations Chemical and Electro-chemical Type Metal Removal Processes: Principle. Books: 1.C. Project Budget and Cost control system. Electron beam machining. Project Definition Structure. Abrasive finishing process. Computer Tools & software. Laser beam. Economy aspects of ECM. case studies. Mechanical Type Metal Removal Processes: Ultrasonic machining. Project Management 2. Computer Aided Project management. Project functional organization. Chemical machining. Semester III Compulsory Subjects -All specializations (Regular & Part Time) MME-301 ADVANCE MACHINING PROCESSES L 3 T P 1 - Introduction: Limitations of Conventional machining processes. Modern Machining Processes 3. Generation and control of electron beam for machining applications. applications. 4. disadvantages and applications of Electrochemical.

Storage & warehousing. Process System for Manufacturing: Modes of production-mass production. Mathematical Elements for Comp. design for automated assembly. hidden lines. Shading models. Developments and Present stage of computer graphics based design and modeling approaches. Analytical vs Simulation models. medical and gamming applications. Fundamental requirements. shadows. Analysis of automated flow lines. Computer Aided Engineering Design 4. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice 3. Group Technology based production. CAD/CAM D Hearn & M P Baker Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramanian A Saxena and B Sahay D F Rogers and J A Adams H P Groover and E W Zimmers Prentice Hall Tata McGraw-Hill Anamya Publications McGraw-Hill International Prentice Hall MME-303 DESIGN OF PRODUCTION SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Essential of Manufacturing Systems: Basic system concepts. Principle of developing animation.MME-302 INTERACTIVE COPUTER GRAPHICS & DESIGN L 3 T 1 P 2 Introduction. Markov models. Manufacturing 2. Facility location and layout planning. 3D geometric transformations. GKS. Computerised manufacturing information systems Books: 1. Manufacturing Process Design: Process planning and design. Representation of 3D shapes. DDA and Bresenham’s algorithm. Information networking. Transfer mechanism. System design. IGES. Assembly systems and line balancing. Multi-product small batch production. Circle generation algorithms. Material handling system design. deterministic models. Human computer interaction tools and techniques. Automated storage and retrieval systems. Automation. Line drawing. Management systems for Manufacturing: Managerial information flow in manufacturing systems. Automated assembly system. Basic approach of modeling. Economic evaluation of processes. Ellipse generation algorithm. morphing etc. Discrete Part Manufacturing Systems: Different types and management decision system models. Structural and transformation aspect of manufacturing systems. Production planning and scheduling. computer simulation of automated flow lines. CAM/CIM. Books: 1. Quality control & function deployment. Process design operation design. Automated flow lines with/without buffer storage. Scan conversions: Real time conversions. Viewing in 3D. Automation systems for manufacturing. Polygon filling. Method of work part transport. development of Virtual reality based environments. Production control. Long run analysis. Basic graphic standards. inverse geometric transformations. Simultaneous development of plant layout and material handling. VDI. Graphics 5. Computer Graphics 2. Sample path analysis. Computer Aided plant layout. Automation for machining operations. Integrated manufacturing systems and its frame work. Analysis of multi-station assembly machines. Representation scheme for colors. Modelling approach. Cellular and flexible manufacturing systems. Optimum routing analysis. Continuous facility location. Information Systems for Manufacturing: Fundamentals of Information technology information systems. edges and surface removals. Plotting of points. 3D industrial imaging and inspection systems. selection and mixing of colors. Scope and problems. flow. Decision problem in managerial information. Binomial approximation. Manufacturing Facilities 3. Production Systems & Computer Aided Manufacturing Hitomi Sule Groover - 27 . Development of industrial. Principles of raster scan and vector graphics. character display. rendering of surfaces and solids. Run length encoding and cell encoding. Examples High Volume Production System: Automated flow lines. VDM etc. Manufacturing systems. Single and multiple facility placement problem.

DH notations. Elements of two-dimensional aerofoil theory. Introduction to Robotics. Helmholtz’s vorticity theorems. Rayleigh flow.F. Engineering Fluid Mechanics 4. Seen’s approximations. Sources. Coding. Indexes of merit.P. Inverse and forward kinematics. Ranbkine ovals. Rectilinear vortex filaments. Total.MME-304 DESIGN OF MECHANISMS AND MANIPULATORS L 3 T 1 P - Design of Mechanisms: Mobility analysis. Fluid Mechanics: Problems And Solutions 5. Dextrous Robot Hands G.Continuity equation and the stream function. Biot-Savart law for induced velocities. Number synthesis. System of vortex filaments. Alternative design solutions. design and analysis using software like ADAMS. Manipulators dynamics from Lagrangian and Newtonian point of view. Programming and Control 4. Flow around circular cylinders with and without circulation. Flow around corners. Horseshoe vortex filaments. Algebraic and optimization techniques. Surfaces and tubes. partial and fractional DOF. Hele-Shaw flow. Robotic Manipulators: Mathematics. Graphical =. Three-Dimensional Irotational Flow: Irrotationality and the velocity potential function. and design of mechanisms. Joukowski hypothesis. NY Springer-Verlag MME-305 ADVANCE FLUID MECHANICS L 3 T 1 P 2 Two-Dimensional Irotational Flow: Two dimensional irotational flow in rectangular and polar coordinates. Closed and open chain systems. James New Age International New Age International Jaico Publishing House Prentice Hall of India 28 . Paul M. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery 3. Joukowski transformation. Books: 1. Spong and M. Books: 1. Co-ordinate transformations. Type synthesis. Blasuis theorem for forces and moments. Matrix method of design and analysis. Vorticity. Irrotationality and the velocity potential function. Compressible Fluid Flow: Derivation of basic equations. Plane potential flow and the complex potential function. Elements of two-dimensional boundary solutions for boundary layer on a flat plate without pressure gradient. Fanno flow.K. Form drag and skin friction drag profile drag and its measurement. Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications 2. Lift and moment. Hagen-Piselle flow through pipes. Convection and diffusion of vorticity. Circular are symmetrical aerofoil theory. Vortex lines. Viscous Flow: exact solution. Craig R. Conformal transformation of flows with solid boundaries. Design of function path and motion generators. Vortex Motion: Definition. Andeen J. Voriticity and circulation. Plane Poiselle and Courtte flows. Karman vortex sheet. Method of residues. Robot Dynamics and Control 5.T. Venkataraman McGraw Hill Addison Wesley MIT Press JohnWiley.J.B. Karman Polhausen integral method for obtaining approximate solutions. Kelvin’s circulation theorem. Flow with very small Reynold’s number. doublets and vorities-Superposition of uniform stream with above. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Vijay Gupta & S. Stoke’s flow around a sphere. Structural and mechanical error. Gupta DR Durgaiah J A Roberson And C T Crowe Joseph H Spurk A. Vidyasagar S. Evaluation and selection of optimum mechanism. Actuation and transmission systems. Elements of hydrodynamic theories of lubrication. Vortex filament. Sources. Mixed mobility. Design of Manipulators: Classification. Pressure distribution on the surface of these bodies and D’Alembert’s paradox. Drag on bodies. sinks. Vortex sheets. Flows with very large Reynold’s number. Robot Design Handbook 2. sinks. Structural analysis and synthesis of mechanisms. Symmetric flows and the Stokes stream function. Ring vortices. Degree of freedom. Mechanics and Control 3.

Radiative heat exchange between gray surfaces. Boundary layer theory. References – Production Process : P. cutting tool materials. surface finishing operations. Static and dynamic problems. pattern & mould. stress otpics law for two-dimensional problems.Selection of manufacturing process. Generalized compressibility charts. whole field and point by point methods. reinforcing Thickness effect of photo stress coats. designing for economic production. Configuration factor. Calculation of thermodynamic properties. elements of gating system design. stress gauge. Metal casting – Metal casting processes. factors affecting accuracy failure analysis of cracks developed in coating. design for machining (DFM) Unconventional Machining Process-Need for unconventional process. Surface properties. Strain Gauge Technique Review of strain measuring technique : Strain rosettes. Destructive & non-destructive testing of weld structures. graphical and homographic solutions for determination of principal stresses from strain results. weld design for static loading. boring. Maxwell equations. Vorticity and circulation potential flow theory. Isoclinic and isochromatics. preheat and post weld heat treatment weldability and weldability tests. Various forming operations. weld defects. Defects in metal forming. fundamental theory of plasticity. grinding. irreversibility. solidification structure. Optics of plane and circular polariscope:Dark & light background. moir's method. integrated manufacturing. Photo Elasticity Photoelastic effect and polarized light. Experimental Stress Analysis and Motion Measurements by Dow & Adaws. 29 . welding stresses and distortions. Examples of composite media. tool geometry. weld design for dynamic loading. for maximum productions and for maximum efficiency. calibration methods. metallurgy of fusion weld. oblique incidence. turning. Stream function. Constant flux and convective boundary conditions. weld inspection and quality control. scattered light prlasiscope. heat treatment. forging. preparation and interpretation of holograms. solidification shrinkages structure. various machining process like shaping. Heat conduction in an inhomogeneous medium. Navier-Stokes equation. elements of holography. Joule-Thomson coefficient. shear difference and mumerical integrations of laplace's equation : Basic elements of three dimensional photoelsticty. local instability & tearing. Scattered light technique in photoelasticity. Non-zero initial condition. Machining Processes – Mechanics of basic machining operations. Thermodynamics of reactive mixtures. MME-307 : Advance Manufacturing Technology Metal forming – Nature of plastic deformation. References 1. transverse sensitivity. Integrated manufacturing. bending of sheets. milling. Availability. preparation of model. Prentice Hall.MME-306 ADVANCED THERMAL ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P 0 Basic Definitions & Concepts. Brittle Coating method Characteristics and methods of applying brittle coatings on components. Steady and unsteady heat conduction in a slab of finite thickness. hydro forming. Stoichiometry. Photoelastic model materials. Other Optical Methods Surface stress determination using birefringent coating. firing order. moulding materials. permanent and temporary birefringence. Effect of heat generation. compensation techniques : separation of principal stresses using extensometer. residual life assessment & failure analysis of weld structure. ultrasonic machining Chemical machining. drawing. scope of application. Second law analysis. drawing. electro chemical machining. photo elastic stress and strain gauges.N. extrusion etc. advantages and scope. riser design. laser beam machining etc. For minimum cost. Mechanics of forming processes like rolling. heat flow in welding. refrigeration techniques. Welding Technology & Design – Welding processes. defects and properties of finished casting. Generalized conduction equation. Equation of state. Radiation heat transfer. Rao Production Process : Kalpakjain MME-308 : Experimental Stress-Analysis Importance of experimental methods and their scope. secondary principal stresses. analysis of electric discharge machining. optimization of cutting parameters. tool and technology for integration. Velocity potential.

Sewn surfaces. Chorafas and S. and DXF data exchange formats. CAM/CIM. Offset surfaces. Graphics D F Rogers and J A Adams McGraw-Hill International 4. Optimization of cutter path. Identification for Customer needs and technology potentials. Environment requirements. Form and function. Books: 1. Connecting products to services. Holistic product development approaches-Form product concept to decommissioning. Interpolator & Control. Design for manufacture. Surface modeling. Development processes. STEP. Product specifications. Experimental Stress Analysis by Dally & Riley. Product and process Patents. Patents and Intellectual properties.Tech. Computer Aided Engineering & Design Jim Browne New ATC International 5. Planar sectioning. B. Gupta Prentice Hall of India 3. Methods for software design for CAD/CAM system. CSG formulation. Prototyping and analytical prototyping. Feature based modeling systems. Computer Graphics D Hearn & M P Baker Prentice Hall 2. Product data management and Product life cycle management systems. Democratization of innovation. McGraw Hill. Chitale & A. Production Design and Manufacturing A. IGES. Penalty functions. Boundary file generation methods. Experience innovation. Principles of CAD J Rooney &P Steadman Longman Higher Education 30 . Photoelasticity Vol. PHIGS and VDI. Functional specifications of products. Legg Butterworths 6. Sources of new ideas. Books: 1. cavity milling. 5. CAD. 3. Manufacturing information generation from CAD data. Innovation and intellectual property rights.2. fitting surfaces for arbitrary digested points. Mathematical Elements for Comp. Production Management K K Ahuja CBS Publishers 2. Dependency and concurrent engineering in development of products. Concurrent engineering integration of manufacturing principles and analytical principles in design. Management Development Alan Mumford Jaico Publishing House MME-152/MME-352 CAD/CAM L 3 T 1 P 2 Mathematical Elements. John Wiley. Database structures for CAD.K. Introduction to automation. Quality function deployment. B-rep and wire frame methods. Patents and patenting processes. Methods for multi-axis machining. Prentice Hall. Applied Stress Analysis by Durelli.J. Graphic standards for CAD/CAM such as GKS. Part programming. Semester I Elective-I Subjects -All specializations (Regular & Part Time) MME-151/MME-351 PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction.K. Taguchi loss factor concepts. Robust design. SYLLABUS M. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice Ibrahim Zeid & R Sivasubramanian Tata McGraw-Hill 3. I & II by Forcht. Coons and Bezier surfaces. NURBS and surface patches. The Engineering Database D. Effect of tool profile geometry.splines. use of software libraries. Development of alternatives. Stage-gate process of product development. Internet based approach to product development involving users. Introducation to Photmechanics by Durelli & Riley McGraw Hill. Design for Assembly and design for economy. 4. Life cycle design. Development of software package for a specific problem as part of course using software libraries. Product planning. Intersection surface generation methods. product Developments. Fillet surfaces.N. Solid modeling methods. Features recognition from the databases. PDES. Tolerance specifications.

Books: 1.7. structural dynamic modification and model testing. Techniques of correlation of analytical and experimental models. Newell Charles M. Gear box. Computer Aided Design. Introduction to discrete systems and finite element modeling. Modelling. Dynamic test data measurement and processing methods.B. Pumps. Conveyer systems. Doebelin D. Introduction to non-linear vibration analysis. condenser. fluid flow and heat transfer characteristics and material requirements of heat exchange equipments. CAD/CAM . Forced response. Models & Applications J. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 2. Structural dynamic modification.K. William Charles M. Luenberger - MME-154/MME-354 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF THERMAL SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Study of the design aspects..K. Close. 4. Application of CAD software Books: 1. Fredrick and J. Method of solutions. Modelling & Analysis of Dynamic Systems System Dynamics Modelling.P. MME-153/MME-353 EXPERIMENTAL MODAL ANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC DESIGN L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to modal testing. Effect of bearing flexibility.C. Machine tools such as Lathe. Dynamic design of mechanical equipment structures via model testing. Computer Aided Mechanical Assembly Planning Baase Amirouche Farid M L Homem De Mello Luiz S Pearson Education India Prentice Hall Kluwer Aca 31 . Modelling & Analysis of Dynamic Systems 3. Familiarity with use of design related International/National and other codes. D...Introduction to Design and Analysis 2. Development of computer programs for designing the systems. Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems 2. evaporator and optimization for minimum cost and maximum performance etc. Fredrick E. Liquid-to-liquid and Liquid –to-gas heat exchange systems. Analysis Simulation. Design of any of the subsystems using compressor. Shaft design. 3. Shaper machines etc. CAD/CAM Computer Integrated Design and Manufacture H P Groover and E W Zimmers D Bedworth.O. Principles of Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 3. M Henderson & P Wolfe Prentice Hall MacGraw Hill Inc. calculation of critical speeds and vibration modes at different speeds. 4. Introduction to model updating.Software And Analytical Tools Developments In The Design Of Thermal Systems Design Analysis Of Thermal Systems M P Groover & E W Zimmers Jr C S Krishnamoorthy Robert F Boehm R F Boehm Prentice-Hall of India Narosa Publishing House Cambridge University John Wiley MME-155/MME-355 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Design of static and Dynamic Components-Use of computer for Eigen value problems. Books: 1. Design Introduction to Dynamic Systems: Theory. Drilling. Environmental considerations in design of thermal systems. Frequency response function for multi-degree freedom systems. Computer Algorithms. Experimental and Theoretical modal analysis-Algorithms and codes. Comparison of numerical data with test results. Application of modal testing in system and force identification. 5. D. Bird and J. 8. Detailed design of mechanical systems viz.G. Sensitivity analysis and frequency response coupling of substructure etc. Close.

Criteria. Design of Spindles and Spindle Supports: Materials for spindles. Freudentein’s equation for three point function generation coupler curves. Shear angle and chip flow direction in oblique cutting. Motion and function generation. Time response of mechanisms. design of slide-ways. Planar Finite.K.K. Robert’s law. Cutting processing. Hirschern Soni Addison Wesley McGraw Hill CRC Press East west Press McGraw Hill. Shear angle relations in orthogonal cutting. Stability analysis. Kineto static analysis by superposition and matrix approach. Inertia force in linkages. design of speed box. Path Curvature Theory: Fixed and moving centrode. Design of housing models. Analysis of spatial mechanisms. Kinematics and Dynamics of Plane Mechanisms 6. Static and dynamic stiffness. tool life. Mechanism Synthesis & Analysis D. Fundamentals of applied Kinematics 2. Hydraulic transmission. Regulation of Speed and Feed Rates: Aim of speed feed regulation. Special cases of gear box design. Transmission and Deviation angles. Standard form. Chebyshev polynomials.K. stepped regulation of speed. Closed loop system. NY McGraw Hill MME-157/MME-357 MACHINE TOOL DESIGN L 3 T 1 P - Machine Tool Drive: working and auxiliary motion in machine. Mallik and A. Spacing of accuracy points. and restrictions for the economical conditions. Design of beds and columns. Euler’-savary Equation. Dynamics of Machines Tools: General procedure of assessing dynamic stability of EES. Force and moment balancing of linkages. Thermodynamics of chip formation. Theories of tool wear. Machine Tool design Handbook N. Basic action of cutting fluids. The complex number modeling in kinematic synthesis. Mechanical transmission. Design of feed box. Economics of metal cutting-Single and multipass machining operations. Design of power screws. Dynamic Force Analysis: Introduction. Ghosh J. Machinability-definition and evaluation. Sliding bearings. Machining at super high speeds. Set stopped regulation of speed and feed rates. Design criteria of machine tool structure. Graphical synthesis with two. Mehta Tata McGraw Hill CMTI Banglore MME-158/MME-358 MACHINING SCIENCE L 3 T 1 P 2 Mechanics of metal cutting-Tool geometry. Antifriction bearings. 32 . Rigid body and spatial transformation. Inflection points and inflection circle circle. Factors governing tool life. Books: 1. Tao R. three and four prescribed motions and points. Techniques in design of machine tool structure. General requirements of machine tool design. Degrees of freedom. Protecting devices for slide-ways. Ghosh A. Mallik and A. Spatial Mechanism: Introduction to 3-dimensional mechanisms. Machining with rotary tools. Mechanical advantage. Dynamic characteristics of cutting process. Kinematic Analysis and Synthesis of Mechanisms 4. Grubler’s Criteria. Design of Machine Tool Structure: Fundamentals of machine tool structures and their requirements. Kinematic Synthesis of Linkages 3.MME-156/MME-356 ADVANCED MECHANISM DESIGN L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Concepts related to kinematics and mechanisms. Books: 1. The Dyad. Cognates of the slider crank chain.C. Mechanics of orthogonal and oblique cutting. Design of spindles. variables. number and dimensional synthesis. Bobillier’s and Hartsman construction. Theory of Mechanisms 5. Machine tool drives. Layout of machine tools. Design of Guide-ways and power Screws: Function and type of guide-ways. Chip control methods. Kinematic Synthesis: Type. Hartenberg and Denavit A. Machine Tool Design 2. Analysis of cutting process.

Dispatching. Metalwork and Machining Hints and tips (Workshop Practice) 2. Production information and management systems. PLANNING AND CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Function of production. Lapping. Modern Production Management Samual Eilon SK Mukhopadhaya Buffa Prentice Hall of India - 33 . Minimum lot batch size. Automatic operation planning. 4. Books: 1. Automated process planning. Learning cost-profit-volume charts. Grinding mechanics. Product analysis. Productive maintenance. LBM. Automation of production. data bank. Principle of modeling in mathematical and physical form. planning and control. Planning and Control 2. Elements of Production. Adaptive control. Machine capacity. Elements of control procedure. Production order. Books: 1. GERT. USM etc. Product design and part configuration project scheduling by PERT. Manufacturing Systems Design and Analysis Queuing Theory in Manufacturing Systems Analysis and Design Performance Analysis of Manufacturing Systems Ostwald E. Wheel characteristics and theory of wheel wear.Dynamic metal cutting-Comparison of steady and dynamic process. Sales forecasting and estimating. Planning and Control 3. Batch production. Simulation in modeling. Materials & Process in Manufacturing 3. Automated assembly and Testing information systems for manufacturing. Profit maximization. form cutters etc. manufacturing problems. Product characteristics. Tools for plastic cutting. System optimization techniques. JT Black RA Kosher Wu B Papadopoulos H T Altiok Tayfur Willey India Pvt. Shear angle and force relationships. Automatic and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Ltd Prentice Hall of India Kluwer Aca Chapman Springer-V MME-160/MME-360 PRODUCTION. Step-wise cost function. Manufacturing Process & system 2. EDM. Introduction to Machining Science 4. Scheduling. Computer aided production control. Quantity in batch production. Maximum rate of return batch size. 5. Computerised layout planning.. Production range. Stability of linear and non-linear system. Books: 1. Types of model. Computer Aided Design. Systems approach to manufacturing problems. Machining Fundamentals 3. Sales trend analysis and activity charts. flow graph. Scheduling-maximum profit for whole schedule. Stock control. On-line production management systems. Break even analysis. Problems associated with machining of plastics. Product development and design. Grinding of drills. Multi machine supervision by one operator. Economics of new design. Different forms. Its importance in an organization. Manufacturing systems. High speed grinding theory. Analysis of nonconventional machining processes ECM. Parts oriented production information system. Maximum return to whole schedule. Sources of system error. Honning. Fundamentals of information system. Sequencing. Production. Non-Conventional Machining Arnold Throp Walker John R GK Lal P K Mishra Goodheart New Age International Narosa Publishing House MME-159/MME-359 MANUFACTURING SYSTEM ANALYSIS L 3 T 1 P - Basic concept of manufacturing. Maximum profit batch size. Machine operation. Expediting. WJM. Paul Degarmo. Aschroft number. Machine interface. Balancing.

critical comparison. Mechanism of grinding. Defects and Surface Finish: Residual stresses. Expansion scabbing etc. Layout of mechanized foundry. low pressure and ferrous die casting. Kuppuswamy D. CO2 moulding. Continuous casting. Material handling in foundry. Fundamentals of Metal Cutting and Machine Tools 4. Heat distribution in machining-Effects of various parameters on temperature. transport zones. Overview of automation of welding in aerospace. Hot tears and cracks in casting. Riser design by geometrical programming. Tool life. Shaw Bhattacharya B. Advantages. Reasons for failure of cutting tools. Risering of complex casting. Concepts of machinability and mach inability index.A. NRL method of riser design. Survey and Scope of Foundry Industry. Drill. Soo-Ik-Oh and H. Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools 6. defects and their causes and remedies. Full mould process. Low pressure die casting. Loper and Rosenthal T Altan. Books: 1. recent developments e. Hot machining. Surface transport vehicles and under water welding. Automation in welding. V-process. Tool Life and Tool Wear & Wear Mechanisms: Essential requirements of tool materials.C. Risering of alloys other than steel. Measurement of cutting forces-Classification of cutting force dynamometers. Fundamentals of Metal Casting Metal forming-Fundamentals and Applications M. Riser design. Chatter in machining. Forms of wear. bum-on sand bum-in metal penetration. Fine blanking.g. Centrifugal casting.L. High frequency induction welding. Gegel Oxford Clarendon Press New Central Book Agency New Age International Universities Press Marcel Dekker.g. Coupla design. Ceramic shell moulding. Chvorinov’s rule. Design Considerations: Recent developments. Gating and Risering Systems: Gating systems and their characteristics. Parameters affecting surface finish and related defects e. molting.G. Welding robots. Unconventional and special Welding Processes and Automation: Friction welding. Developments in tool materials. Casting of Sand.L. Super plastic forming techniques. applications and limitations of HERF techniques. Milling and grinding dynamometer. Risering curves. Hot and cold iso-static pressing. Nucleation and growth in alloys. Pollution control in foundry. Nuclear. Laser beam welding. Tool Materials. recent trends. Effect of various parameters on fluidity. NY Tata McGraw Hill American Society of Metals. Metal Park. Squeeze casting. Feeding distance. Electron beam welding. Centreline feeding resistance. Internal Stress. Compactability. Principles and Process parameters.S. High pressure moulding.. sand reclamation. Method of temperature measurement in machining.MME-161/MME-361 MODERN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES L 3 T 1 P 2 Metal cutting: Need for rational approach to the problem of cutting metals-Observation in metal cutting. 7. Electrical analog of solidification problems. Squeeze and pressed casting. deformability etc. Methods of elimination and control of gases in casting. Metal Cutting Theory and Practice 3. Flaskless moulding. Conventional and accelerated tool life tests. Moulding and Core Making: Review and critical comparison of various established processes. Cutting fluids. Turbulence and dross trap. Juneja and G. Mouldability index. 1983 MME-162/MME-362 METAL CASTING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Features of Casting problems.g. Lathe tool dynamometer. Principles of Metal Cutting 5. Sekhon G. Shaw process. Mold wall movement. Full mould casting process. e. Rubber pad forming. Review of Merchant and Lee Shaffer theories. Metal Cutting Principles 2. Isothermal forging. Melting and Fluidity: Selection and control of melting furnaces. ISO specifications for inserts and tool holders. Die and continuous casting. Explosive welding. Ultrasonic welding. Nishiyama process. Computer aided design of casting. Boothroy and W. Mechanism of chatter based on force vs Speed graph. Progressive and directional solidification. Energy considerations in machining. Sheet Metal Forming & Special Forming Processes: Review of conventional processes. Hot and cold box moulding. Measurement of fluidity. HERF techniques. precision investment casting. Knight H. Solidification of pure metals. Facing and washes. Effects of gates on aspiration. recent trends in casting. refining and pouring. Diffusion bonding. Economics of machining. Mulling index.. Anitoch process. Modern theories in mechanics of cutting. Water hammer forming. Chatters types. Machinability data systems. Solidification of actual casting. Rough casting. 34 . Stress relief. Rate of solidification. etc. High speed extrusion. Orbital forging. Various parameters affecting grinding process. Special Casting Processes & Recent Advances in Casting: Shell moulding.

Brass etc. Kumar Arnold McGraw Hill MIR Publications Van Nostrand EEE Affiliated East-West Prentice Hall of India MME-164/MME-364 COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING & CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to Process Planning: Principles and scope. Plasticity for Mechanical Engineers 5. Metal Forming Analysis 3. Friction and lubrication in metal working operation. Decision table and decision trees. Development of NC codes.. Mechanization in Foundry. Deep drawing force analysis.Determination of work load and spring back. Determination of work force. Technology of Metal Forming Processes Rowe Avitzur Polukhin Johnson & Mellore ASTME Ghosh & Mallik S. Fine Art Metal Casting 3. Computer based process monitoring and control.Foundry Practice: Casting of different Cast Irons. Integral derivatives. microprocessors and digital signal processors. Punching & Blanking-Mode of metal deformation and failure. Theories of friction and lubrication. Implementation considerations. Steel. Yield criteria. Hydrostatic Extrusion: Comparison with conventional extrusion. Manufacturing Science 7. Formability and theory of sheet metal working. Forward and Backward planning. Proportional. process capability analysis. Experienced based process planning. Expert systems and their use in developing process planning systems. classification of metal working processes. control action and their selection. An Introduction to the Principles of Metal Working 2. Microcontrollers. Analysis of tube drawing process with fixed and moving mandrel. High Speed Forming: Classification. Meta Casting: Principles and Practice Steve Hurst Richard Rome Chakraborty TV Rammana Rao Schiffer Publishing Prentice Hall of India New Age International MME-163/MME-363 METAL FORMING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Stress/strain/strain-rate characteristics of materials. Bronze Sculpture Casting And Patination: Mud Fire Metal 2. Extrusion-Determination of work load from stress analysis and energy consideration. High Velocity Working of Metals 6. Process Analysis: Various methods of analyzing the metal working processes (slip-line field theory. Manual process planning. Logic control ladders and logic diagrams. Process Control: Process control concepts. Generative approach. Mathematical Simulation and Computer analysis of Thin Strip Rolling Mill 4. Use of Computers in foundry. Inspection and Quality Control-Review of X-ray and gamma ray radiography. Comparison of low and high speed forming. Penetrant and Ultrasonic inspections.. Role of instrumentation buses. Pressure required to extrude. operation problems in high speed forming operation. Magnetic particle. Forging-Forces in strip forging and disc forging. Aluminum. use of statistical quality control. discrete process control using programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Upper bound solution. roll separating force. use of counters and timers etc. Power loss. variables affecting the process. Inspection policies and inspection planning. Computer and process interfacing. Pneumatic and electronic controllers. Maximum allowable reduction. DMA and timing interrupts etc. Off. Machining of curves and surfaces. Zinc. Tolerance analysis. On. Bending. Books: 1. 35 . Hydrostatic extrusion. Introduction to high forming process such as explosive forming. Casting Technology and Cast Alloys 4. Five axis machining. Assessment of friction at interface. Mechanics of Forming Processes: Rolling-Determination of rolling pressure. 2D deformation model and fracture analysis. Totally integrated process planning systems. driving torque and power. Computer Aided Process Planning: Logical design of process planning systems. Tandem tube drawing. embedded systems and their requirement. stab methods). Electrical and Mechanical high speed forming techniques. Process planning of freedom surfaces. Time line diagrams. scheduling and priority. Real time operating systems. Process planning for rotational and prismatic parts. Power loss in bearings. Drawing-determination of force and power. Variant process planning. Computer aided design of fixtures. Books: 1.

Process and Systems M. Material selection process.. Fundamentals of RP Systems and its Classification. application in medical fields. laminated object manufacturing (LOM) and fused deposition modelling systems etc. Data warehousing and learning from process data. reliability analysis of mechanical systems. design guidelines for reliability. Manufacturability evaluation. Digital inspection. Anderson and L Hein G Boothroyd. P Dewhurst and W Knight Harry Peck J. STL file problems. Power based rapid prototyping systems. Computer Processing of Remotely Sensed Images: An Introduction M Chidanbaram SK Singh Mather Paul M Narosa Publishing House Prentice Hall of India John Wiley MME-165/MME-365 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Introduction.D. Design Quality: Quality by Design. Network based operations. Solid input materials based rapid prototyping systems. Design Knowledge Representation: Design for manufacturing and re-design considerations in automated CAD/CAM systems. Robust design. failure mode analysis. 3D modeling and mesh generation. Automation of design and manufacturing functions in CIM. Concept and need of concurrent Engineering. Product Design for Manufacture Design for Manufacture Handbook of Product Design for Manufacture: A Practical Guide to Low Cost Production Design for X Concurrent Engineering Engineering Design A Materials and Processing Approach Competitive Product design for Manufacturability Engineering Design Products. Design and manufacturing knowledge representation. Taguchi’s concept of Quality Loss function parameter design. Effect of Materials & manufacturing processes on Design: Major phases in design & Manufacture. 8. Effect of manufacturing process on design. Design for X. Rapid prototyping process chains. tolerance design. Interpretation of the MI value. 6. Bralla G. RP Applications: Development of dies for moulding. selective Laser sintering. etc. 7. 9. Computer Aided Process Planning. RP applications in developing prototypes of products. 5. a multi criteria approach. 4. Computer Control of Processes 2.G. Fraunhofer’s multiphase jet solidification (MJS) and MIT’s 3D printing (3DP) etc. Development of bone replacements and tissues. RP Database: Rapid prototyping data formats.. Intelligent evaluation of design for manufacturing cost. 36 . Integrated Product Development 2. Knowledge representation for DFM support. 3. Design for automated manufacturing and design for economic manufacturing. RP materials and their biological acceptability. Books: 1. reliability analysis during design phase. Huang Kusiak G Dieter Barkan and Ishvi Kusiak IFS Publications Marcel Dekker Pitman Publications McGraw Hill Chapman & Hall Wiley Eastern McGraw Hill McMillan Academic Press MME-166/MME-366 RAPID PROTOTYPING AND TOOLING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Historical developments. reliability tests. Design for Reliability: Basic concepts. STL file repair. Evaluation for Manufacturability: Evaluation of the manufacturability of a part design. methods for defining manufacturability index. Approach to DFM & DFM. Data conversion and transmission.Books: 1. quality and reliability assurance during production phase. QFD. Cost per unit property & Weighted properties method. RP Systems: Liquid polymer based rapid prototyping systems. system optimization.M. Teijin Seikis’ solid form and other similar commercial RP systems. Soligen Diren’s shell production casting (DSPC). comparing alternate designs. Computer Aided Process Control 3. STL format. Effect of material properties on design.

FEMA reliability. Practices. ISO 9000 / QS 9000. Control of accuracy and precision. Information.L. Errors on QA. Interfaces. expert systems. System components in lifecycle. Design Of Experiments for Process Improvement and Quality Assurance Reeves Richard Huxsoll Jean F B. Acceptance sampling plans. Rapid System Prototyping With Fpgas: Accelerating The Design Process 4. Review of CE techniques like DFM (Design for manufacture).Books: 1. Basic statistical concepts. Process diagnosis using runs. Processes. Modality of concurrent engineering design. Use of Information Technology: IT support. using orthogonal arrays. UK McGraw Hill Wiley Eastern MME-168/MME-368 QUALITY ASSURANCE L 3 T 1 P - Quality assurance & Total Quality control. Books: 1. Process capability. RP (Rapid prototyping). Design for Concurrent Engineering Concurrent Engineering Fundamentals: Integrated Product Development Concurrent Engineering in Product Design and Development Product Lifecycle Management Product Lifecycle Management Concurrent Engineering: Automation tools and Technology M. Product organizational structure. CE design methodologies. Opportunities for manufacturing enterprises. Implementing PLM. Automated analysis Idealization control. Responsibility for PLM. Cleetus Prasad I Moustapha John Stark Michael Grieves Andrew Kusiak IFS Publications CE Research Centre. slicing and dicing the systems. Process optimization and robust product design. Need for PLM: Importance of PLM. Review of design of experiments. c. Rapid Prototyping: Principles And Applications 3. Components of PLM: Components of PLM. Methodologies. Collaborative product commerce. and u charts. Rapid Prototyping Of Digital Systems: A Tutorial Approach 2. CE tool box. for integrating these technologies. Hansen & P. Benefits to different managers. np. Quality Engineering System. Design Stage: Lifecycle design of products. CE in optimal structural design. Methods.M. 7. techniques. Quality Assurance For Biopharmaceuticals 3. Subgroup selection. 6. Software hardware component design. Taguchi loss function. Standards. QFD (Quality function deployment). Software applications and case studies. X bar. Software Engineering and Quality Assurance 5. Organizing for CE. 4. Lifecycle problems to resolve. cause effect and Pareto diagrams. Anderson and L Hein J. Books: 1. Human resources in product lifecycle. Shewhart control charts for process control. Product data management. 3. Opportunities to seize. Parameters and tolerance design. Manufacturing tolerance design. Range. Components of PLM.M. Integrated Product Development 2. Product lifecycle activities. 5. Quality Control and Applications 4. Solid modeling. Morgantown Prentice hall India New Age International Springer-Verlag. Artificial Intelligence. Emergence of PLM. CUSUM chart. Ghare K Chandrashekar Shet R F Brewer Butterwort Wiley-International Prentice Hall of India BPB Publications Narosa Publishing House 37 . IS 25OO. Continuous sampling plans. MIL-STD-105E. Collaborative product development. Real time constraints. Sequential sampling. Effect of inspection. Rapid Prototyping of Digital Systems Hamblen James O Kai Chua Chee R C Cofer James O Hamblen Kluwer Aca World Scie Newnes Springer MME-167/MME-367 CONCURRENT ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Extensive definition of Concurrent Engineering (CE). Quality Assurance And The Law 2. DFA (Design for assembly). p. TD (Total design).

Effect of component characteristics on the plant performance and variable load problem.D. Liquid metal cooled reactors. Iterative methods. Integration over element. Furnaces construction. Hydrograph & storage of water. energy conservation & management. Research in diesel power plant. Hydro Electric Power Plants: Hydrology-rainfall. Non-Conventional Power Generation: Introduction. Heavy water reactors. Types of reactors. Phase change problems. Plant Design and Economics for Chemical Engineers 4. safety features & Radioactive waste disposal. Lignite coal. Volume 2: System Applications And Components Drbal Larry F Dodds John H Peters Max Stone Hehn Anton H Kluwer Aca Cambridge McGraw-Hill Gulf Profe MME-170/MME-370 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER L 3 T 1 P - Introduction. Thermal Power Plants: Introduction. Local function method. Rayleigh-Ritz. Variable property. Nuclear Power Plants: Principles of nuclear energy. Oil & gas burners and fluidized bed combustion system. Energy resources & development of power in India. Runoff & its measurement. solar & Wind power plants and direct energy conversion systems. Hydro. Principles of Heat Transfer Kaviany M Wiley-International 3. Interface and free surface treatment. Books: 1. Environmental impact of gas turbine power plants. Books: 1. Fuel firing. Organic moderated cooled reactors. Galerkin and Least square methods. Different means for formulating finite difference equations. different systems. Plant Genetic Engineering 3. Diesel Electric Power Plants: Field of use. Applications. Finite volume methods. Super charging. Economic analysis of Power Plants and its Tariffs: Instrumentation & control in thermal power plants. Finite difference methods. Parabolic. Taylor series expansion. Storage and handling of liquid fuels. Matrix inversion methods. Use of high ash coal. Environmental aspects of Power Generation: Pollutants from fossils fuels and health hazards. Classification. Ash handling and flue gas analysis. Constant pressure gas turbine plants. Diesel plant efficiency & heat balance. gas cooled reactor. Fuel properties and storage. Steam plant accessories. Treatment of boundary conditions. Convective form of the equation and general description. thermal and nuclear energy. Breeder reactors plant operation. Outline of diesel power plant. Types of petroleum fuels. construction & operation of different components of hydroelectric power stations. ADI method. Coal gasification & Introduction to greenhouse effect. upwind and hybrid formulations and comparison for convection-diffusion problem. Methods to improve the thermal efficiency of a simple open cycle constant pressure gas turbine plant. Overview of numerical methods. Solution of finite difference equations. Tidal. Power Plant Engineering 2. Producer gas. Main parts of nuclear reactors. present power position & Future planning of policies in India. Plant Engineering's Fluid Power Handbook. Radiative Heat Transfer Modest Michael Academic Press 4. Pulverizes. Super critical boilers. Fossil fuel & its resources. Classification of Hydro units. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics Ferziger Joel H Springer-Verlog 2.MME-169/MME-369 POWER PLANTS ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Rankine cycle with reheat & regeneration. High pressure boilers. Binary vapour cycle and flow through nozzles. Enthalpy method. Classification. Geo thermal power. Interpolation functions. Boundary and initial conditions. Grates. Design. BWR. Control of emissions and particulate matter. Clarification into various types of equation. Types of gas turbine plants. Phase change problems. Drying. Accuracy of F. Analysis of closed and open cycle. Elliptic. Central. Mass Momentum and Energy equations. PWR. Boundary layer treatment. method. desulfeorization. Middleman Stanley John Wiley 38 . Operator splitting. Auxiliaries & controls. Classification of coal. Different approaches for moving boundary. One and two dimensional elements. Variable time step method. Fast Fourier Transform applications. Gas Turbine Plants: Introduction. Conservation equation.

Thermodynamics of Combustion: Enthalpy of formation. Operation. Gas Turbine Power Plants: Fuel feed systems. Degree of reaction. Activation Energy. Combined and Cogeneration. 3D flow. multi-stage compression. Diffusion flames. Chain ignition. Energy From Biomass: A Review of Combustion and Gasification Technologies Ferguson Colin R Pulkrabek Durao D F G Quaak Peter John Wiley Pearson Education India Kluwer Aca - 39 . Application 4. carbon monoxide Oxidation-Quenching. Combustion equipments. Mechanism of flame stablization in laminar & turbulent flows. Combustion systems-design considerations and flame stablization. Flammability limits & quenching distant. Reheating. stage efficiency and overall efficiency. Applications Books: 1. Aerodynamic and thermodynamic design considerations. Introduction to combustion of fuel sprays. Energy transfer between fluid and rotor. Pressure coefficient. Process Centrifugal Compressors : Basics. Enthalpy of reaction. Analysis of reaction system. pollution problems arising from combustion. jets burke & Schumann development. Limiting factors in turbine design application of Airfoil theory to the study of flow through turbine blades. Design consideration for impeller and diffusion systems. Fuel NOx & control. Flames: Remixed flame structure & propagation of flames in homogeneous mixtures. Flame quenching. Simple design. Isolated airfoil and cascade theory. Hydrocarbons. Theories of flame propagation & calculation of flame speed measurements. Flame temperature. Plant performance and matching. combustion of gaseous fuel. Properties of Chapmen Jouguet wave. Slip factor. Turbines: Axial flow and radial flow turbines. Vortex theory. analysis of Deflagration & detonation branches. Fundamental relations and velocity triangles. Impulse and reaction turbines. regenerator types and design. Stages. Internal Combustion Engines: Applied Thermo sciences 2. Centrifugal Compressor: Principles of operation. Elementary airfoil theory. Performance characteristics. Power unit. Ignition: Concept of ignition. Sulphur oxide. post combustion destruction of NOx. Blade attachments and blade cooling. Simple and complex reaction. Reacting rate. Burning of Condensed Phase: General mass burning considerations. Burner design. Adiabatic efficiency. Hydrocarbons. Ideal and actual cycles. Thermal NOx & control in combustors. Design. Explosion limit and oxidation characteristics of hydrogen. Blade materials. Equilibrium composition. Chain reaction. Adiabatic & equilibrium. Thermal spontaneous ignition. Hostile fire problems. NO. Laminar flame structure. Function. Regeneration. Performance characteristics. Steam and Gas Turbine 2. Heating values. chain explosion. Compressor losses. Stability limits of laminar flames.MME-171/MME-371 GAS TURBINES & COMPRESSORS L 3 T 1 P - Gas Turbines: Development. Instrumentation for Combustion and Flow in Engines 4. Aerodynamics for the User R Yadav Boyce Meherwan P Klaus H Ldtke Theodore Gresh Standard Publishers Gulf Profe - MME-172/MME-372 COMBUSTION ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Importance of combustion. Kinetics of Combustion: Law of mass action. Simplified Rankine Hugoniot relation. Comparison of diffusion with premixed flame. Reaction order & molecularity. Forced ignition. Combustion Generated Pollution & its Control: Introduction. First & second laws. Thermal fixation of atmospheric nitrogen prompts. Carbon monoxide. Combustion of fuels droplet in a quiescent and convective environment. Gas turbine power. Compressor Performance. Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine 3. Arhenius laws. Books: 1. Nitrogen dioxide. Elementary vortex theory. Nitrogen oxide. Steady rate & Partial equilibrium approximation. Axissymmetric flow in compressors and turbines. Properties of Hugoniot curve. Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook 3. Classification and field applications of gas turbines. Chemical equilibrium. Axial Flow Compressors: Elementary theory.

An Introduction to Finite Element Method 3. Plesha T. Application to plane stress and plane strain problems. Finite element solution of existing complete designs. Finite Element Analysis 5. Valve arrangements. N. Comparison with conventional analysis. Gupta SK Agrawal WW Pulkrabek John Wiley Prentice Hall New Age international Prentice Hall of India SYLLABUS M. Numerical techniques.N. multimodel and mixed model production lines. Shape functions. Fuel air cycle. Construction. Economics of automation. Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine Ferguson Colin R H. Engine cooling. Rating of fuels. Internal Combustion Engines: Applied Thermo sciences 2. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering 7. design of single model. Structural stability. Books: 1. Zenkiewicy & Morgan McGraw Hill McGraw Hill McGraw Hill Tata McGraw Hill John Wiley Prentice Hall India - MME-252/MME-452 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to Automation: Automation production system. Variational and Weighted residual approaches. Carburation and fuel injection. electrical.S. Analysis of automated flow lines.L.C. Effect of engine variables. Cook.S. Belegundu O. Boost control. Friction and lubrication. Other applications e. Fuels. Mechanical.R Chandragupta and A. Reddy K.D.D.g. Semester II Elective-II Subjects -All specializations (Regular & Part Time) MME-251/MME-451 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to Finite Difference Method and Finite Element Method. Finite Element Procedure in Engineering Analysis 4. Taylor J. Bathe C. Errors. Concepts and Application of Finite Element Analysis 6. Supercharging.J. Pollution due to engines.E. Organisation of the Finite Element programmes. Knocking. Books: 1. Use of commercial FEM packages. Heat conduction and fluid flow problems. Combustion chambers. Types of automation. Automation strategies. High Volume Manufacturing Automation: Classification and type of automatic transfer machines. Krishnamoorthy R. Mechanization and automation. Boundary conditions. Advantages and disadvantages. Properties of fuels. Zienkiewicz and R. Internal Combustion Engines 4. Automation in part handling and feeding. Natural co-ordinate system. Mathematical formulation of FEM. 40 . Alternative fuels. Convergence and patch test. Idealisation of stiffness of beam elements in beam-slab problems. Plate bending problems with isotropic and anisotropic materials. Combustion in SI engines. Applications of the method to materially non-linear problems. The Finite Element Method 2. Testing and performance.C.. FEM an essential component of CAD. Turbocharging. Actual cycles. Element and global stiffness matrix. Malcus and M. D.Tech. Data preparation and mesh generation through computer graphics. hydraulic and Pneumatic automation devices and controls. Axi-symmetric and 3D bodies. Higher order elements. Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines 3. Finite Element and Approximation O. 3D problems. Combustion in CI engines.MME-173/MME-373 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES L 3 T 1 P - Classification.

Machining centers. Craig R.P. Future applications. Object location. Mechanical Vibrations 3. Range sensing. Robotics Robot Engineering: An Integrated Approach Groover Malov and Ivanov Oates and Georgy Newness Buzacott & shanty Kumar K. Finite element method for close coupled and far coupled systems.Programmable Manufacturing Automation: CNC machine tools. Pneumatic Electrical DC and AC servo motors and stepped motors. Mechanical transmission method-Rotary-to-rotary motion conversion. Forced vibration of an undamped close coupled and far coupled systems. Robot kinematics.S. Srinivas New Age International Nem Chand & Brothers Narosa Publications Dhanpat Rai & sons Prentice Hall of India 41 . Hydraulic. Method of matrix iteration. Force and torque sensing etc. Multi-degree Freedom systems: Eigen-value problem. Programmable robots. Books: 1.C. touch sensing. Performance evaluation and economics of assembly systems Robotics: Review of robotic technology and applications. Proximity sensing. Robot vision. Close coupled and far coupled systems. Robot classification. Undamped vibration absorbers. Automation in Production Engineering 4. Robot systems and anatomy. Principles of Automation & Automated Production Process 3. Economics and social aspects of robotics. Homogeneous transformation. Approximate methods for fundamental frequencyRayleigh’s. Robotics 6. Modal analysis for free. Mechanical Vibrations 5. Continuous systems: Forced vibration of systems governed by wave equation. Image representation. Flexible Manufacturing Automation: Introduction to Group Technology. Robot drives. Groover V. Assembly operations. Flexible assembly systems.. Direct and inverse kinematics. Spring coupled and mass coupled systems. Grouping methods. Dunkerely. Flexible manufacturing system. Rao and K. Inspection automation. Review of single degree freedom systems with free. Robot sensing. Undamped and forced vibration with non-linear spring forces. Automation. t. Gupta G. Cell Design. Manipulator motions.D. Fu. Robot Applications: Robot applications in manufacturing-Material transfer and machine loading/unloading.a. Drive systems. Textbook of Mechanical Vibrations J. Assembly Automation: Assembly systems. Automatic transfer. actuators and control. Self-excited vibrations. Processing operations like Welding & painting. damped and forced vibrations Two-degree of Freedom Systems: Principal modes of vibration. Image recognition approaches. Robot time estimation in manufacturing operations. Orthogonality of mode shapes. Gonzalez. Mechanical Vibration Practice 4. Robot motion and path planning control and Controllers. Chmielewski and M. Stochastic Models of Manufacturing Systems 5. Theory and practice of Mechanical Vibrations 2. 7. End Effectors. Vibration isolation. Production System & Computer Integrated Manufacturing 2. Shock spectrum Non-linear Vibrations: Non-linear systems. Forced damped vibrations.J.V.S. Singh R. Stodola and Holzer method. Klafter.K. Ramamurti V. Free and forced vibrations of beams/ bars Transient Vibrations: Response to an impulsive. Laws of robotics. step and pulse input. Books: 1. Robot cell layouts-Multiple robots & Machine interference. damped and forced vibration systems. Lee J.S. feeding and orienting devices. Robot cell design and control. R.G. Dukkipati & J. C. Negin Prentice Hall India Mir Publication Prentice Hall India McGraw Hill Addison-Wesely Prentice Hall India MME-253/MME-453 ADVANCED MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Characterization of engineering vibration problems.

Melvin F Popelar. Reynolds equation and its limitations. Numerical approaches for estimation of fracture parameters. Elasticity and plasticity. Grease. Surface topology. Friction instability. finite deformation. Griffth’s theory. Energy release rate. Hydrodynamic lubrication. Books: 1. 3D stress analysis. non-linear aspects of fatigue crack growth. Surface fatigue and corrosive wear. experimental verification of yield criteria. Plane plastic stress and pseudo plane stress analysis and its applications. halgh-Westergard stress space representation of yield criteria. equilibrium.MME-254/MME-454 THEORY OF ELASTICITY & PLASTICITY L 3 T 1 P - Theory of Elasticity: Analysis of stress and strain. Plane bearings and rolling elements. Theoretical models. Elasto-hydrodynamic lubrication. Classification. Abrasives. Surface interaction. infinitesimal deformation. Application of slip line field theory to plane strain metal forming processes. Notch toughness. Advanced Fracture Mechanics 4. Plane plastic flow. Engineering approach to plastic fracture. Bending of cantilevers. Rotating discs and stresses in circular discs. Fracture. Weld defects and service behaviour. Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications 2. Torsion of thin tubes. Contact Problems in the Classical Theory of Elasticity Gladwell G M Kluwer Aca 10. Elastic and plastic stress-strain relations and stress strain rate equations. Equation of equilibrium of a deformed body in curvilinear co-ordinates. Squeeze films. Bending of circular. The Mathematical Theory of Plasticity R Hill Oxford University MME-255/MME-455 FRACTURE MECHANICS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction and overview. Boundary lubrication. Wear of miscellaneous machine components such as gears. Uniformly and continuous loaded beams. Mechanism of rolling friction. Plane stress and plane strain problems. Time dependent fracture. standard tests and testing procedures. Hydrostatic lubrication. surfaces of stress and velocity discontinuity. Books: 8. Wear: Definition. Carl H Unger. Elastic crack-tip fields. Lubrication: Lubrication of bearing. Viscous flow. Plastic zone and fracture toughness. Lubrication regime. Miscellaneous wear theory such as Erosive. Friction: Definitions. and Fatigue 3. Friction laws. Theory of Plasticity: Nature of engineering plasticity. Theory of Elasticity (Foundations of Engineering Mechanics) A I Lurie 9. Tearing modulus. Differential equations of equilibrium. Anisotropy and instability. Axi-symmetric formulation and deformation of solids of revolution. cavitation and Fretting wear. Generalized plastic stress strain relations. Elements of solid mechanics. Application of fracture mechanics concepts and limitations. T. Mineral Oil. Temperature of sliding surface. Extremum principle for rigid perfectly plastic material. David J CRC Press Prentice Hall Oxford University Press Dover Publications MME-256/MME-456 INDUSTRIAL TRIBOLOGY L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Definition and Scope of tribology. Prandtle-Reuaa equations. Theories of adhesives. Tresca’s and anisotropic yield criteria. Mechanical Behavior of Materials: Engineering Methods for Deformation. elliptical and rectangular cross-section bars. Contact of solids. Fatigue cracks in welds. Concepts of fracture mechanics and strength of materials. Upper bound and lower bound theorems and applications. Slip-line field theory. stress intensity factor. Modern theory of dry solid friction. 42 . Compatibility and constitutive equations. Lubricant. Mode-I fields and fracture criterion. Incremental plasticity and deformation theory. Norman E Dowling Kanninen. Subsequent yield surfaces. Basic concepts of linear elastic fracture mechanics. Principle of superposition and principle of virtual work. Plastic crack-tip fields. Residual stress and its interaction in fracture behaviour. Analytical Fracture Mechanics Anderson. J-integral approaches and numerical concepts. Types. Friction of elastomers. Solid lubricant. weld cracks and joint restrains. Applied Plasticity Chakrabarty J Springer-Verlog 11. Von Mises’. Weld cracking tests and elimination of joint restraints. path invariant integrals and numerical approach. L Dowling. Brittle fracture of welded structures. Stress function in terms of harmonic and complex functions. General equation in Polar co-ordinates.

Ceramic and their applications. Quenching media. determination of mechanical properties of materials. Tempering.F. Strain hardening. Smart and Nano materials. Forgibility and drawability of materials. Mechanical Properties: Strengthening mechanism of materials. Segregation and bonding. Formability. Tool steel and their heat treatment. Tribology Handbook P Sahoo D. Low temperature and high temperature tests. Extrusion process. Quenchants. Theory. Flinn and P. composites and metal glasses. Ceramic processing. Heat treatment of Magnesium and its alloys.K Bhargava Serope Kalpakjian S. Sengupta & Ahuja M. Thermo-mechanical treatment. Heat treatment process. Stress relieving. Heterogeneity formed thru treatment and mechanical working. Advanced Composites-Particulate and dispersioned composites. thermal behaviour of composites with polymer matrix. Requirements.Newer materials and their treatment for automobile applications. Normalizing.J. Structure and properties of thermoplastics and thermosets. Dynamic tests. Rama Rao Dieter MIR Publications Prentice Hall of India Wesley Publishing Co. Spherodizing. Engineering Materials: Polymers. Engineering applications. Austemepring. Carbon-Carbon composites.C. Fracture and toughness tests. Ti and Ni based alloys for gas turbine applications. Energy Economy in heat treatment. transformations. Hardening. Heat treatment of Aluminum and its alloys. Neele Prentice Hall of India Pergamon Press Prentice Hall of India - MME-257/MME-457 ADVANCED MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 1 P - Materials and Classification: Solid materials. Tool wear. Action of lubricants. Mechanical. Mechanical Metallurgy P. Macro and micro analysis of materials. Shape memory alloys. Property modifications. Chemical Treatment. Copper. Avner P. Macro analysis of ferrous and non ferrous materials. Metal cutting. McGraw Hill Wiley Eastern McGraw Hill MME-258/MME-458 HEAT TREATMENT OF METALS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Nature and alloys. Surface hardening. Features controlling machinability of materials.K. Annealing. Heat Treatment of Ferrous Metals: Iron Carbon phase diagram. Books: 1. Principles of Heat Treatment of Steels R. Fundamentals of Tribology 4. Composite structure. Grain size control. Recovery and recrystallisation. elements of dislocation theories. Heat treatable and non heat-treatable aluminum alloys. TTT diagram. Sharma New Age International (P) 43 . cast Iron and their heat treatment. Heat treatment of Copper and its alloys. Advantages. Process variables. Strain hardening. Super hard materials. Magnetic alloys. Sub-zero treatment. Ceramics. Heat Treatment of Non-Ferrous Metals: Aluminium and its alloys. Martempering. Principles and Applications of Tribology 3. Manufacturing processes for Engineering Materials 4. mechanical and chemical methods. Metal matrix and ceramic matrix composites. Composite processing. Dendritic structures. Single crystal growth. Trojan A. Books: 1.H. thermal treatment for better mach inability of metals. Books: 1. Heat treatment of Titanium and its alloys.Classification. Metal machining. Low melting alloys. Alloying techniques-Thermal. Reinforcing fibres for polymers.Applications: Application of tribology in manufacturing processes. different microstructures. Engineering Materials and Applications 2. materials for Naval and nuclear systems. Advances in Materials and Their Applications 6. Total intragranular cracking and aggressive media. Friction welding. Classification of heat treatment of aluminum alloys. Processing of Materials for Casting and Joining: Plastic working of materials. Engineering Tribology 2. Power metallurgy techniques. Polmers and polymerization. Powder processing of materials. An introduction to Physical Metallurgy 5. Plastics. Modern Materials and Alloys: Super alloys-refractory materials. Insulation. Universal mach inability index. Bearing alloys. Moore Basu. ceramics glasses. Managing and cryogenic steels. Creep characteristics. Strength and aging of plastics. Ceramics and Composites 3. Hot hardness tests. aluminum and magnesium alloys. Ceramics and composites. Hardenability. Heat treatment of Nickel and its alloys. Quenching. selection and application of tool steel.

construction. Vol. Diffusion bonding. Quality control activities in a foundry. Source Book of Innovative welding Processes 4. Plasma arc welding. Explosive welding. Arc and induction furnaces. Inoculation of ductile iron properties and applications of ductilities on casting. Lammellar tearing. III 5. Welding Technology and Design 3. Mechanisation of I beams (arc weld). Test for castability. Heat treatment furnaces and drying ovens used in foundry.N. Conditions of soldering. Coring or Segregation. design considerations in pattern making. Weld throat thickness. their causes and remedies and quality conflicts. size and location. Microelectronic welding and soldering. Use of insulating material and exothermic compounds in risers. different inspection and testing methods to evaluate the casting. Problems in casting materials with poor castability. operation and application. Plasma and SA welding of spiral welded pipes. Welding positions. Gating ratio and its functions. Salvaging methods of defective casting. Welding defects. Homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation. column booms. Design of Casting and Quality Control: Factors to be considered in casting design. Sharma and Ashok Sharma Prentice Hall India MME-259/MME-459 ADVANCED WELDING TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 1 P - Welding Metallurgy: Welding as compared with other fabrication processes. New generation of welding robots. Application of gray CI castings. Advanced Welding Processes 2. cast iron. Programming of welding robots. Types of gates. Melting and spherodisation treatment. Hydrogen embrittlement. Moulding techniques. Real time chemical composition determination-‘Spectroscopy’ Cast Iron Foundry Practice: Chemical composition and structure of gray CI-Graphite structure in gray CI & graphite distribution. Casting quality control-Casting defects and factors responsible for them. Core making and assembly. Welding joint design. Allowable strength of welds under steady loads. Soft Material foundry Practice: Aluminum casting-Composition. Influence of plastic material properties on moulding. Inoculation of gray CI. Analysis of stresses in welded structures. Cornu P. Growth mechanism. and aluminum and titanium alloys. Brazing and welding of materials. castable nature of metals and alloys. stainless steel. Schwariz J.. Forming and Welding) Nikodaco & Shansky VM Radhakrishnan M. Metallurgical aspects of joining.M. Melting and casting of aluminum alloys. Mechanisation in Welding: Mechanisation of flat/circular joints. Material joining characteristics. Discontinuities in welds. Gating and risering of Al-alloy casting. Weld quality. types and applications of the riser. tolerances for assemblies for robot welding. Robotics in Welding: Robot design and applications in welding. Longitudinal circumferential SA welding (roller blocks. Solidification time and Chvorinov’s rule. Ductile Cast Iron-Chemical composition and structure of ductile CI. Effects of alloying elements on weldability. Test for castability. Robots for car body welding. Copper alloy foundry practice- 44 . Efficiency of robotics in welding. properties and application of common aluminum alloy casting. High frequency induction welding. Mechanism of columnar and dendritic growth. Manufacturing Technology (Foundry. Advanced Welding Systems. Circular/spherical welding joints (rotating tables positioners). Solidification of Pure metals and alloys. Weld testing standards. heat transfer and solidification.P. Ultrasonic welding. Thin/thick sheets (resistance/arc weld). design of riser and its shape. Electron beam welding. residual stresses and its measurement. Rao MIR Publications New Age International Americal Society of Metals (Ohio) Jaico Publishers Tata McGraw Hill MME-260/MME-460 ADVANCED FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY L 3 T 1 P - Solidification of Casting: Solidification of metals. Testing of weldament. TIG. Rajan. Self alignment by current arc variation. Material processing. Classification of welding processes. Weld Design & Quality Control: Principles of sound weld design. Pre and post welding heat treatments. Manufacture of welding longitudinal welded pipes by induction. C. Principles of Gating and Risering: Purpose of the gating system. Modern Trends in Welding: Friction welding. Components of gating system and its functions. casting of thermosets.2.V. I. Cooling stresses and hot spots in casting and modification in casting geometry to overcome them. concept of progressive and directional solidifications. Heat Treatment: Principle and Techniques T. flux supports). Laser welding. Furnace Technology: Study of various furnaces used in foundry. Functions. Heat affected zone and its characteristics. Construction and operation of crucible and hearth furnaces. Weldability of steels. Books: 1. II. Design of gating system.

Machine loading problems. Foundry Mechanization and Modernization: Introduction to modernization. Moulding and core making mechanization in melting. Work holding considerations. Factors responsible for the growth of FMS. Performance Modelling of Automated Manufacturing Systems MME-262/MME-462 CNC. Part type selection. CAM packages for CNC machines-IDEAS. Mechanization of sand plant. Selection of pallets and fixtures. Beelely Tata McGraw Hill Dhanpat rai & Sons Butterworth. Types of flexibilities and its measurement. MME-261/MME-461 FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: FMS definition and classification of manufacturing systems.R.. Text Book of Foundry Technology 3. FMS Equipment: Why FMS. Advantages & economic benefits. Groover Rankey Wernecks Bonctto W. Co-ordinate measuring machines. Mechanization of foundry and its advantages. Storage system selection. Foundries practice 4. CATIA.. FMS processing and QA equipment. FMS in Practice 5. Functional requirements for FMS equipments.General characteristics of common cast copper alloys. Gating and risering of copper alloy castings. designing for layout integration of machine storage. Luggen Vishwanathan & Narahari Englewood IFS Spring-Verlag Northox Ford Prentice Hall India Prentice Hall India Books: 1. 45 . Automation. Production System & Computer Integrated Manufacturing 2. Heidenhain and Sinumeric control system. Machine grouping. Melting and casting of copper alloys. Manual part programming-structure of part programme. cutting tool and tool management. DNC concept. CNC Programming: Co-ordinate System. Use of different algorithms. Khanna Titov Stepnov P.W. Cellular vs FMS production. Captive and mechanized foundries. FMS related problem and Solution Methodology: · · · · FMS design problems: Part assignment. FMS system support equipment. Unigraphics. Need of flexibility. acceptance testing. mathematical programming and graph theoretic model approach for part grouping. developing simple part programmes. Methods for cell formation. e. G & M Codes. Advantages of GT. FMS types and applications. Operational & Control problems: Part scheduling. Books: 1. Part family formation-coding and classification systems. Process monitoring & control. Material handling equipments and conveyor systems. Selection of computer hardware and software. Flexible Manufacturing Cells and systems 6. Communication networks. FMS planning problems: Strategic planning. Flexible Manufacturing System 4. Characteristics. Machines robots & AGVS. Group Technology: GT concepts. Parametric programming. MasterCAM etc. Automated production cycle. and use of standard controllersFANUC. Fixture considerations in FMS environment. Design and Operation of SMS 3. CNC controllers. Partmachine group analysis. FMS & CIM L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to CNC Machine Tools: Development of CNC Technology-Principles and classification of CNC machines. Machine selection. Performance goals and expectation maintenance concerns. production ratio and resource allocation.L. Pro Engineer. Foundry Technology Heine et. Applications. M.g. Automated material handling and storage equipment. Fundamentals of APT programming. Cleaning and deburring machines. FMS Implementation: Objectives. Types of control. Principles of Metal Casting 2. al. Material handling System and computer system. turning and machining centers. Brief sketches and description of layouts of job. Economic justification for FMS. ESPIRIT. Interpolators. pouring and shakeout units. Concept of flexibility.

Interfacing handling and storage with manufacturing. Types of material handling equipment. Requirements of computer to be used in CIM system. Applications and benefits. Procurement policies under inventories supported with some case studies. Customer/Supplier integration. What is Total Quality Control? Total Quality Management: The Route to Improving Performance Out of Crisis F. Total Quality Control. Dynamic Inventory Models: Models under certainty. Simulation: Simulation categories. Qualified. Janakiraman & RK Gopal K. Tools for materials management. Robotics and Material Handling Systems: Introduction to robotic technology. tool holders. Materials Requirement Planning (MRP). Tooling system for machining centre and turning center. Groover Paul Ranky New Central Book Agency Dhanpat Rai and Co. design and development environment. Group Technology and Flexible Manufacturing System: group Technology-part families. et. ISO 9000 Quality Systems: Concepts. Tools and Techniques of TQM: Statistical method in quality control. Total Quality Control 2. Value and Quality assurance. B. Quality procedures and work inspection. Inventory types. Quality policy. Tool assemblies. Flexible manufacturing systemsIntroduction. Sehrawat and J. Parts classification and coding. Database requirements. Automation. Books: 1. perpetual inventory. Capacity Planning and Control. Value analysis and standarisation in procurement. CIM hardware and software. ATC mechanisms. CNC Programming Handbook 4. Production flow analysis. Computer Numerical Control Machines 2. Ishikawa J. Tool magazines. Quality cost measurement. Tool management. Machine Cell Design. Acceptance sampling plan. Periodic simulation problems. decision criteria for inventory problems. Total Quality Management: Text and Cases 4. Automated storage/retrieval systems. EOQ-MRP comparisons. Inputs. Concurrent engineering-Principles. and applications. al. Simulation of joint probability distribution. measurement of costs. Books: 1. Materials Planning and programming-relevant costs. advance modeling techniques. 5. Quality system documentation. System reliability and redundomy TQM implementation: Steps in promoting and implementing TQM in manufacturing industries. Robot anatomy. Production systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing 5.S. Outputs. Computer Integrated Manufacturing P. Inventory. semi-qualified and preset tooling. material handling function. Quality manual. Evaluation of CIM. Multi-stage inventory problems. Cambridge MME-264/MME-464 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction & Materials management functions. 46 . Industrial Press Inc. Planning for FMS.S. Statistical Productivity control (SPC) Reliability: Failure analysis. Quality Circle. FMS workstations. Total Quality Management 3. MRP computation. Automated guided vehicle systems. Ammandev Besterfield.S.E Dming Tata McGraw Hill Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India Prentice hall Butterworth Heineman Oxford Centre of Advance Engineering Study. Computer control system. Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India MME-263/MME-463 TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction and Components of TQM: Concept and Philosophy of TQM.Tooling for CNC Machines: Cutting tool materials. Monte-Carlo simulation. Conveyer systems. Oakland W. Carbide inserts classification. Optimal lot size with constant demand. Narang Smid Peter M. Computer Integrated Manufacturing: Introduction. Education and training. CNC Machines 3. Dynamic inventory problems under risk and under uncertainty.P. Quick change tooling system. Process control chart. Work-in-process storage. Team-work and participation. Static Inventory Models: Static inventory models under uncertainty. Industrial Case studies. designation Standards. Cooling fed tooling system. Benefits of Group Technology. MRP types. 6. Radahkrishnan M.

Shingo system of fail-safe design. Product Design & Process Selection: Product design process. Facility. product process matrix. Operations strategy services. Role of templates in plant layout. Considerations in job design. Meeting the competitive challenges. Financial incentive plans. Single machine scheduling problems. Single and multi-facilities location and layout models.Inventory Control systems: Types of control systems. Gupta P. Purchasing.K. Types of layouts. Inventory management. Priority rules and techniques. Materials Management: Procedures. Aggregate planning techniques. Materials Management 4. Inventory models with quantity discount. Design of Facilities & Jobs: Strategic capacity planning concepts. CORELAP. Two assembly simulation. JIT purchasing. Forecasting. Min-max location. Managing the Supply Chain: Supply chain management. JIT production systems. Inventory systems for independent demand. Virtual factory. Production and Operations management Buffa Starr Adam & Ebert John Wiley Prentice Hall Prentice Hall India MME-266/MME-466 COMPUTER AIDED PLANT LAYOUT AND MATERIALS HANDLING L 3 T 1 P - Facilities planning. determining capacity requirements. Simulation methodology. Quality management. Personal scheduling. Selective inventory control. MRP type systems.K. Books: 1. Excess materials. Learning curves and its applications. Retail service layout. GT layout. Facility location. Advanced MRP Systems. Operations Research 2. Value analysis. Framework for operations strategy in manufacturing. Computerized layout planning. Plant location methods. Scheduling in jobs on ‘m’ machines. Inventory Management 3. Embedding JIT into MRP. Review of SQC models. Charts required for facilities planning. Chandra Bose A. Fixed order quantity and fixed time period models. Kataria & Sons Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India MME-265/MME-465 PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Operations strategy. Waiting line management & models.P. Selection of forecasting method. Electronic information flow. Quality specifications & costs. Materials Management: An Integrated Approach 5. Process selection. Sundaresan A.C. Monitoring MM effectiveness. Choosing from alternative processes & equipment. Store management and warehousing. design of inventory distribution systems. Operations management 2. Inventory systems for dependent demand. Gopalakrishnan & M. Work measurements and standards. Planning service capacity. Job enlargement in line production. ABC-VED analysis. 47 . Designing for the customer QFD. Aggregate inventory measurement. Verma D. Datta S. Global sourcing. Inventory systems for independent time period models. Information systems for inventory management. Job design and work measurement. JIT. Surplus management. Inventory system development. Location allocation models. Tolls and procedures for continuous improvement. Production and assembly line balancing. text and Cases A. Time series analysis. Inventory system improvement. CRAFT. Case studies. JIT implementation requirements. Exchange curve concept and coverage analysis. Inventory management of perishable commodities. Operations management 3. Qualitative techniques. Focus forecasting. Optimal stocking and issuing policies.K. Operations Scheduling: Scheduling & control functions. Quantitative methods in Progress layouts. Inventory models. ALDEP. designing products for manufacturer & assembly. Computer aided layout techniques. Books: 1. Lot sizing in MRP. Process and Product layout. Various algorithms in assembly line balancing. Introduction to materials productivity and role of materials management techniques in improved materials productivity. Chitale R.

gray scale correlation. LASER alignment telescope. Micro holes and topography measurements. design and arrangements of controls and displays. Case studies. Performance sampling. Work factor notation. Standard Data: Derivation. heat and humidity. Eye motions. MAN MACHINE SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS. shape identification. Template Techniques. system components and its reliability. Work Measurement: Procedures for work sampling study. Monotony and fatigue on operator performance I. Edge detection techniques. LASER interferometer. 4. 7. Armbruster and Ulzmann J. Non-contact sensors for surface finish measurements. Methods and new approaches. Sensors in Inspection: Manufacturing applications of photo detectors. Practical applications. Human Factors Engineering 5. Harlow G. Tool wear measurement. Books: 1. Reflex detection. Books: 1. Laser Applications in Metrology: LASER light source. Ultrasonic sensors. straightness and flatness measurement. 6. Surface measurement. electro-magnetic identifier. Characteristics Length & Angular measurements-Review of standard instruments. Arm and hand motions. Tactile sensors. Busch and R. On-line and in-process measurements of diameter. techniques of work and work organization. MTM data and its installation. Motion and time study training programmes. Seippel Ulrich-Rembold. & Proximity detection. Work Factor: Motion time table. advantages and disadvantages. Man Machine Systems: Human factors affecting work. Special Measuring Instruments and Techniques: Optoelectronic devices. formulation and analysis of methods. Modified and abbreviated work factor systems. Systems: variables. Applications in on-line and in-process monitoring systems. Man machine communication. stratified and zone sampling techniques. Odour sensors. Improvements in stop watch time study. Interfacing robot and image processing system. Roundness and surface roughness using LASER. Motion pattern used in MTM. energy requirements for men. Engineering Metrology 3. Principles and applications of Colour sensors. Applications. Appraisal method study and stop watch time study procedures. Advanced sensor technology-Bar code systems. GD and tolerance procedure-Review of dimension & form tolerance and methods of measurement. Random. Normalisation. Traceability. Work Sampling 3. Surface roughness using vision system.MME-267/MME-467 METROLOGY & COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION L 3 T 1 P - Metrology and Techniques: Standards in metrology-definition. Applications. Understanding microwave sensing applications laser sensors and limit switches. light. Motion combinations. NY Van Nostrand Rein Hold (UK) Company MME-268/MME-468 WORK SCIENCE L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Introduction to work science. design problems. Machine vision. Man machine relationships and problems. statistical evaluation of data using computer. Ergonomics Karger & Bayha Barnes Krick Mc Cormic Murrel Industrial Press John Wiley John Wiley McGraw Hill Chapman & Hall 48 . Non-contact CMM using electro optical sensors for dimensional metrology. Effects of noise. Leg and foot motions. 5. time units. LASER micrometer. 3e PUB McGraw Hill Book International Student Edition Prentice Hall India Marcel Dekker Publications. Engineering Work Measurement 2. Fundamentals of dimensional Metrology 2. Surface metrology-Instruments. Watson Delmar. Data integration of CMM and data logging in computers. systematic. Methods Engineering 4. Tolerance analysis. Thomas and G. deflection methods-beam detection. recording and analysis. Applications of Inductive and Capacitive proximity sensors. Sensors and Control systems in Manufacturing Measurement systems: Applications & Design Optoelectronics for Technology and Engineering Interface Technology for Computer Controlled Manufacturing processes Optoelectronics T. Standard elements of work. Evaluation and improvements. contact and non-contact types. Co-ordinate Measuring Machine: Types of CMM. Butter Worth Sabne Soloman Doebelin Robert G. Probes used.

Comparison with Prandtl Glauert rule. Thermodynamic Properties of Cryogenic Fluids Barron Randall F Valery V Kostiouk A R Jha R T Jacobsen Oxford University Discovery Publishing House Plenum Publishing Corpn. Small perturbation equation. General solution of supersonic flows. Elements of Gas Dynamics Gas Dynamics Bird G A Carlo Cercignani Maurice Joseph Zucrow Liepmann H W E Rathakrishnan Oxford University Springer Verlog Dover Publication Prentice Hall of India MME-270/MME-470 CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction & Low Temperature properties of Engineering Materials: Historical background. Components of vacuum systems. Importance refrigerator. Method of Characteristics for Supersonic Flows: Method of characteristics for two-dimensional supersonics flows. effectiveness for Phillips refrigerator. Adiabatic expansion. Cascaded system. Karman-Tsien formula for pressure correction. Present area involving cryogenics. A Text Book of Cryogenics 3. Curved shocks. Gas Liquefaction System: Joule Thompson effect. Pressure coefficient. Gothert rule. Cryogenic Technology and Applications 4. properties of Cryogenic fluids. Similarity Rules: Similarity rules between two-dimensional subsonic compressible flows & incompressible flows. general techniques. Velocity potential & Stream function. Cryogenic Storage & Transfer System: Cryogenic fluid storage vessels. Conductance in vacuum systems. Effectiveness of system performance. Rankine-Hugenit relation. Equation for finite strength shock waves. Kinetic Theory and Gas Dynamics 3. Characteristics curves. Shock Wave in Supersonic Flow: A review of normal shock relation. Precooled LindeHampson system. Mechanical vacuum pumps. Gifford-McMohan refrigerator. effect of heat transfer to the system. MME-271/MME-471 COLD PRESERVATION OF FOOD L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Necessity of food preservation. Measurement System of Low Temperature: Temperature measurement. Electrical and Magnetic properties.MME-269/MME-469 ADVANCED GAS DYNAMICS L 3 T 1 P - Basic Equation: Application of general differential equation of continuity. Flow rate measurement. Application of supersonic flow. Books: 1. Cryopumping. Elements of supersonic thin aerofoil theory. Books: 1. Flow regimes in vacuum systems. Supersonic flow past a curve-shaped wall. Prandtl Glauert rule. 49 . 5. Calculation of pump down time for a vacuum system. Insulation. Claude system. Computational methods. Vacuum gauges & valves. Critical Component of Liquefaction System: Effect of heat exchanger. Collins helium liquefaction system. Hodograph method for Subsonic Flows: Hodograph equation for two-dimensional subsonic flow. equation of hodograph characteristics network. momentum & energy to compressible inviscid fluids. Cryogenic Systems 2. Mach waves. Mechanical properties. the tangent gas approximation of Karman & Tsien for subsonic flows. Effect of compressor and expander efficiency on system performance. Compressible Bernoulli’s equation. Gas Dynamics: Multidimensional Flow 4. Diffusion pumps. Simple Linde-Hampson. Kapitza system. Chaplygin’s equation. Cold preservation of food. Thermal properties. Small perturbation Theory: Liberalization. Cryogenic Refrigeration System: Phillips refrigerator. Extended Prandtl relation. Liquid level measurement. Vacuum Technology: Importance of Vacuum technology in cryogenics. Hodograph shock polar reflection & interaction of shock. Molecular Gas Dynamics and the Direct Simulation of Gas Flows 2. Ion pumps. Cryogenic transfer system. Subsonic flow a wave shaped wall. Irrotational flow. Liquid dual pressure system.

Cooking fuels. Velocity head turbines. NOx. Selection. Burned and unburned mixture states. Flammability limits. Solar energy collection. Power generation. Water mill. Horizontal and vertical axis wind mills. adsorber. formation of particulate matter. producer gas. Sources of HC in SI. Solar Energy system Economics. Books: 1. Solar water heating. Chemical kinetics. oxidation. Handbook of Vegetable Preservation and Processing 3. EGR system classification. Reaction order. NDIR. Economics. adsorption & condensation. Biogas. drop size distribution. Site selection. regeneration Measurement & test procedures. Building constructional features. Storage and utilization. sea and air. Micro. selective catalytic reduction. ENGINES AND FUELS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction. Bio mass Energy Systems: Availability of bio mass-agro. Engine design variables and heat release rates. Features of SI engines combustion processes. Properties of equilibrium. Power alcohol from biomass. Renewable and Non-renewable energy resources. Features of CI engine combustion process. Insurance and management of cold storages. Refrigeration and Air-conditioning. Cold Storages: Necessity and present status in the country. Bosch smoke meter. Load calculation. Biology of food products such as fruits. Integrated Energy Systems: Concept of integration of conventional and non-conventional energy resources and systems. Bio mass conversion technologies. Marketing of refrigerated food. milk. particulate matter measurement. Combustion products of air-fuel mixtures. Books: 1. Photochemical smog. Chemiluminiescence detector. Environmental impacts of conventional energy usage. Understanding Renewable Energy Systems 3. Effects of pollutants on human health. Methods of chilling. Conventional and Nonconventional energy. Spray structure. Wind farms. Formation of CO2. Packaging of foods. Activation energy. evaporation. Renewable Energy Resources 5. municipal and other residues. After treatment technologies. Hydrams. Adiabatic flame temperature. meat and fish. Factors affecting delay. Modern trends in cold storage practices. Introduction to EGR. Power generation. Solar Energy Systems: Solar radiations data. system economics. Economics of wind energy. Law of mass action. Heat of reaction and formation. Vehicle emissions. Tidal power. SIT. Cold Preservation of Food: Short and long term preservation. Controlled atmospheric storage. vegetables. Refrigerated Food Handling: Preparation for cooling/freezing. Formation of NO and NO2 in SI & CI engines. Storages of some important food products. Heat and mass transfer analysis of cooling and freezing. safety consideration. Their thermal load and equipment. 50 . FID. Exhaust smoke opacity meters. reaction rates. Diesel particulate filters. Energy Efficient Buildings in India 2. atomization. Ignition delay. Formation. Basic concepts of heat and fluid flow useful for energy systems. Mixing controlled combustion. animal. Internal engine modifications and performance.Biological Aspects: Live and dead foods. Equipment. HC in CI engines. Freezing and freeze-drying. Modes of transportation. Effect of temperature on food ingredients. growth. The Technology of Food Preservation B Sivasankar Hui Y H Desrosier Prentice Hall of India Marcel Dekker CBS Publishers MME-272/MME-472 RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Energy and Development. Integrated energy system design and economics. Micro and Small Hydro Energy Systems: Resource assessment of micro and small hydro power. Respiration rates of food products. Unburned HC. Pump and turbine. Energy demand and availability. Renewable Energy Systems 4. Emission regulations. Special engines for low heads. mini and small hydro power systems. penetration. regulated/unregulated pollutants. air heating. Wind Energy Systems: Wind data. Disease and deterioration of foods. PM composition & Structure. Energy crisis.land. Chemical equilibrium. TWC. Flame quenching. Oxidation and emission. Food Processing And Preservation 2. Renewable Energy Sources and Their Environmental Impact Mili Majumdar Volker Quaschning Simmoes Marcelo Godoy John Twidell Abbasi & Abbasi Tata Energy Research Institute CRC Press Taylor and Francis Prentice Hall of India MME-273/MME-473 COMBUSTION. forest. IS codes for engine testing and pollution measurements.

Information System theory and Practice 3. Books: 1. DBMS model hierarchical network and relational.. Ingress. Walker A. Fundamentals of Combustion DP Mishra Prentice Hall of India SYLLABUS M. Data collection.K. Data and information storage. Gasoline direct injection. Portfolio management. additives. Construction Management and Accounting 7. Information Processing Concepts: Historical perspective. Introduction to distributed database. Advanced Accounting 2. Capital asset pricing models. Concept of financial strategy. Data Base Management System: Introduction to database concepts. Narang S. Bhattacharya & John Dearden I. Data or information reduction. use of costing systems in decision making. Computer Based Information System 4. Concepts of data and information. Dividend policy. Concurrency control bases recovery etc.F. Introduction to cost accounting.L. difference between a file system and a database system.M. lubricating oil tribology. data security and integrity. Accounting for Management 3. Burch and Strater D. IDMS etc. Financial Management and Accounting 5. Data Base Management system Henry C.W. case studies. Luces Jr. interrogative and external methods. Management and fom lal information system. System approach and analysis. Books: 1. Leverages. Physical database design. Tailoring the information system to meet specific information requirements using filtering monitoring. Today’s status. Information Systems Concepts for Management 2. System R. Semester III Open Electives-All Specializations (Regular & Part Time) OEL-301/OEL-501 ACCOUNTING & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Accounting: Balance sheet. determination of capital structure of the firm. properties. Cardenas McGraw Hill Hamilton Publishing Co. Hierarchical and system approach to information system design and their applications. Fundamentals of Financial Management S. Key technical features. Investment analysis. Accounting principles and mechanics. Construction Accounting and Financial Management 6. Lubricating oils. Transmission of data and information and the information economics of information.Tech. Financial Management: Fund and cash flow analysis. Determination of information need. Pandey P Mohan Rao Palmer Willman B L Gupta Chandra Prasun Deep and Deep Publications McGraw Hill Standard Publishers - OEL-302/OEL-502 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA MANEGEMNT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Role of information system.Introduction to MPFI. Inventory valuation and depreciation accounting. Goals of DBMS including data independence consistency. profit and Loss concepts.P. Various method of cost determination and cost accounting systems such as activity based costing systems and responsibility accounting. Pergamon Press - 51 . Debt management. Books: 1. Financial Management 4. Jain & K. Case studies. Function of information system. Information System Analysis: Overview of system. engine friction & wear. Cost of capital. ratio and Fund flow analysis. Data processing and information generation. HCCI combustion. Data description and query language. Working capital management. Case studies.

machine tools etc. Limitations of anthropometric data. Concept of order with variety. Work station design. Colour and the eye. Licencing and joint ventures. Technology development and acquisition process. Use of computerized database. Poisson. Shukla Vestal James Prabhas C. Developmental Assets And Asset-building Communities: Implications For Research. Ergonomics and Production: Ergonomics and product design. MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT L 3 T 1 P - Policy-Technology choice. Industrial Design in Practice: General design. Set) 4. Books: 1. Policy and Security (10 Vols. And Practice P. Aesthetic expressions. Anthropometrics data and its applications in ergonomic design. Colour terms. project selection and evaluation. Improving creativity. Components of style. Planning For Change: Industrial Policy And Japanese Economic Development 1945-1990 3. Probability and Probability distributions: Measures of central tendency and location. Human Factor Engineering W. House style. their inter-relationships. Creativity. Style. managing technologies. McGraw Hill - OEL-304/OEL-504 INDUSTRIAL POLICY. Effect of organizational climate on R&D. Strategic R&D management and technological Consortia. Colour on engineering equipments. Case study. Colour and light. R&D environment in India. Aesthetic Concepts: Concept of unity. Books: 1. Introduction to Ergonomics 3. Control and Displays: Shapes and sizes of various controls and displays.C. policy and industrial structure. Concept of purpose style and environment. Rating the importance of industrial design. Specifying Design equipments. process of innovation. Bridger Sanders & McComlick London Hiffee Books Ltd. 52 . Locks to creativity. General influence of line and form. Technological forecasting. Rules of probability. Law. ergonomics in automated systems. Linkage. technology.Multiple displays and control situations. Structure for industrial design in engineering. General approach to the man-machine relationship.H. Technology assessment. Reaction to colour and colour continuation. decision making under Uncertainty and Risk-Alternative criteria for decision under uncertainty & risk. Perspective of Industrial Policy and Development 2. Application in modern manufacturing systems. Encyclopedia of Social Development. Sinha Benson Peter L Anmol Publications Oxford University Anmol Publications Kluwer Aca OEL-305/OEL-505 QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES IN DECISION MAKING L 3 T 1 P - Fundamentals of Statistics.R. Leadership style in R&D. Industrial design in design process. Visual Effects of Line and Colour: The mechanics of seeing.. Psychology of seeing. Measure of dispersion. perception and motivation of R&D employees.elements of design. Colour consistency. Industrial design for Engineers 2. Structure of organization for R&D in Indian firms and in Government research laboratories. Redesign of instruments. Observation style in capital goods. Working position. Mayall R. Expert systems for ergonomic design. Types of technological change. Case study. random variables and probability distributions. Hyper geometric and Normal. R&D as an element of corporate strategy. Managing technology Spillovers. Colour and objects. National technology policies. Bayesian approach and incremental analysis. Policy. Design of furniture. skewness and kurtosis. Technology in Indian industries. design of major controls in automobiles.OEL-303/OEL-503 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN & ERGONOMICS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to Ergonomics and Industrial Design: An approach to industrial design. Formulating a technology strategy.-Binomial.

energy audit. Continuous dynamic programming. Examples. Goal programming and integer programming. Revised simplex method. Project management of MIS. Real-time organizations. Concept of duality and solution of dual problems. Virtual organizations. Solution of game by graphical method and method of matrices. Establishing system constraints.K. Marketing information systems. Minimax & Maxmin strategies. Taha Hillier and Liberman Ravindran. Information systems for decision making. Introduction to experimental design and optimization. Integration with ERP systems. Strategic and project planning. Introduction to Operations Research 4. Management Information Systems 2. Books: 1. Basic information systems. OLAP (OnLine Analytical Processing) Systems. Solution of LPP by dual simplex method. Production and operations information systems. Review of transportation. Data mining. Arithmetic & algebraic methods. Solution of game by linear programming approach and approximate method to solve game problems. Systems approach. Operations Research 3. Phillips and Soldberg New Age International Prentice Hall of India McGraw Hill International - OEL-306/OEL-506 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction. Management Information Systems 3. Stochastic programming: Basic techniques for solving stochastic linear and non-linear programming problems. future scenario. Financial information systems. planning and program. Determining information sources. Informing and involving the organization. Integration with external organizations. Issues in ethics. Multivariate analysis. Auto correlation and multiple regression analysis. Energy systems survey. Instrumentation. Programmed and non-programmed decisions. Books: 1. Instrumentation and measurements. correlation analysis and regression analysis. Role of MIS in facing increasing complexity in business and management. Detailing information systems design. Traveling salesman problem. Principles of Energy Management and Energy Audit: General principles. Meaning and definition of management information systems (MIS). An Information System for Modern Management 5. Conceptual information systems design. Management Information Systems 4. Site surveys. data warehousing. Analysis of data and results. Introduction to energy audit. Management Information Systems O’ Brien. Solution of game by dominance rules. Components of decision support systems. setting system objectives. defining the problem. Mudrick M. Jaiswal Tata McGraw Hill Tata McGraw Hill Prentice Hall of India Pearson Oxford University Press OEL-307/OEL-507 ENERGY MANAGEMENT L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Energy sources. Energy system efficiency.G. Bala’s algorithm for zero-one programming problems. J W. Techniques of dynamic programming.Correlation. Quantitative Techniques for Managerial Decisions 2. Documenting the conceptual designs. calculus method of solution for dynamic programming problems. Regression and Multivariate Analysis: Bivariate frequency distribution and scatter diagram. Non-linear regression. Enterprise wise information systems. 53 . Review of solution of LPP by simplex method. General methodology. Subsystem definition and sources. Developing alternative conceptual designs. Srivastava H. Transshipment and assignment problems. crime and security.S. Identifying dominant and tradeoff criteria. Integer programming-Cutting plane method. Evaluation of information systems. Energy crisis. energy demand and supply. energy conservation aspects. Personal information system etc. Determining information needs. Principles of Operations Research U. Theory of Games: Two person zero sum game. Jawedker S Sadagopan R. Business analytics.

HVAC systems. Reliability improvement and allocation-Difficulty in achieving reliability. Modelling of heating and cooling loads in buildings. Concept of terrotechnology. B C Kurse. Steam generation and distribution. Energy Management 3. FMEA. Life-cycle costing. Availability & Failure Analysis: Maintainability & Availability – Introduction. fans. B. Monitoring strategies. Meaning and difference. Maintenance Systems: Fixed time maintenance. cooling towers. Techniques available to improve maintainability & availability. Furnaces and ovens. Combustion. Integration of building system. Block diagram. Maintenance Planning and Replacement: Maintenance planning – Overhaul and repair. MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT & SAFETY L 3 T 1 P - Reliability Engineering: System reliability . temperature monitoring. Electrical Load and Lighting Management: General principles. Peak load controls. R Kataki J Piper Deep and Deep Publs. Process heat.K. Passive design considerations. Energy management opportunities. design out maintenance. Hot water and pumping. Operations and Maintenance Manual for Energy Management S Kaushik. Illumination and human comfort. 7. Problems. Examples of monitoring and diagnosis. Jardine B.Objectives. lubricant monitoring. Chillers. Future trends in industrial safety. Personnel safety. pumps. Harris A. Concepts in Reliability Engineering 2.S. Condition monitoring of hydraulic system. Operate to failure. Compressed air. Solving problems using mathematical models. Total productive maintenance. Crack monitoring. Dhillon Affiliated East West Press McGraw Hill Inc. Equipments. Defect analysis. Energy storage for process industries. Safety education and training. trade off among reliability. Defect generation – Types of failures. and C. Inspection decision – Optimal inspection frequency. Economic analysis methods. Opportunity maintenance. Management of energy with environment aspects. Electrical systems. Electrical load analysis. Books: 1. Replacement decisions – Optimal interval between preventive replacements of equipment subject to breakdown. present worth analysis. maintainability & availability. vibration monitoring. 6. defects reporting and recording. formulae. T Verma W R Murphy. Condition Monitoring: Techniques-visual monitoring. Use of computers. Breakdown analysis. Prediction and analysis.S. G Mckay S C Patra. Maintainability. FMECA. Renewable Energy and Energy Management 4. Economic analysis. Pau S.S. Coombs L. Building envelope design consideration. Safety aspects of site and plant. Energy storage-cold storage techniques. Failure analysis. Optimal overhaul/Repair/Replace maintenance policy for equipment subject to breakdown. TA. Control structure for machine diagnosis. group replacement. Butterworth and Co.F.F. Instruments for safe operation. Condition based maintenance. Srinath Editors: Ireson W. Maintainability and Reliability Handbook 3. Noise and sound monitoring.S. Disaster planning and measuring safety effectiveness. Thickness monitoring. Environment conformation.J. benefit cost analysis. Energy management opportunities. r-out-of-n structure. Hazards of commercial chemical reaction and operation. Safety Aspects: Importance of safety. different techniques available to improve reliability. 5. Integrated Building systems: General principles. Process Energy Management: Principles. Replacement and Reliability Engineering Maintainability: How to Design for Reliability and Easy Maintenance L. simple problems. Pitman Publishing Prentice Hall of India 54 . Method of improving reliability during design.K. Process control. Failure Diagnosis and Performance Monitoring Industrial Maintenance Management Management of Industrial Maintenance Maintenance.Heating and Cooling Management: General principles of energy managements in HVAC systems. Break even analysis. Publications International Book Co. Boiler and heat sources. Chand & Co Ltd. Economic Aspects of Energy Management: General considerations. Books: 1. parallel and mixed configuration.A. equivalent annual cost analysis. Manufacturing process. payback period analysis. Srivastava Kelly and M. Marcel Dekker S. Automatic fuel controls. PERT & CPM in maintenance. Process electricity. Equipment down time analysis. Factors affecting safety. non-destructive inspection. Rural Energy Management 2. Standard Publishers OEL-308/OEL-508 RELIABILITY. Optimization. Reliability – Cost trade off.series. Lighting systems. 4. Human comforts and health requirements. Machine diagnostics .

CO2 and its estimates. Supervised and unsupervised learning. changes in stratospheric ozone. Pollination from stationary sources and its control. Environmental Pollution And Protection 2. Vidyasagar Mc Millan Jaico Prentice Hall of India Prentice Hall of India Springer OEL-311/OEL-511 NEURAL NETWORK AND FUZZY SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Introduction to neural network and fuzzy systems. Adoptive resonance theory. Rules in natural language. Bansal. search-state operators. Operations on fuzzy sets. Importance of back propagation methods. search as graphical traversal search strategies. Negative predicate expressions. Neural Networks and Fuzzy systems 5. Rules as programmes. matching alternatives. predicate and predicate expressions and types. fuzzy logic and genetic algorithm applications Books: 1. Compatibility and ordering relations. Books: 1. Sharma American Association For The Advancemen Deep and Deep Publs. Environmental Pollution. Grammars for interpreting languages. Representation of facts. Single and multidirectional queries. Input/output coding. Fuzzy 55 . Jureda J. Frames as forms. Frames with components. Semantics with and without multiple arguments. cost and evaluation functions. Frames and slots. Green house gases. Probability in rules. Simple global temperature models. Meta rules decision lattices. rule based system. Air pollutants. uncertainty and Information 4. Frames in Prolog. Randomness in control structures. Chloroform carbons and warming and Ozone depletion impacts of CFC’s. Abstraction of Facts: Partitioning of facts. Equilibrium temperature increase caused by CO2. back tracking. Various training methods. Hybrid control structures. Multi condition queries. Artificial neural networks and their biological roots. regions of plume. Parameters relevant to thermal plume and their limits. Introduction to Artificial Neural Networks 3.OEL-309/OEL-509 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION & ITS CONTROL L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Nature and extent of pollution problems. Fuzzy arithmetic. Thermal Pollution: Introduction. Taxonomy of neural networks. Modelling of heated water discharge. Neural Networks-A Comprehensive Foundation 2. Air Pollution: General nature of air pollution. intersections and unions etc. Global Effects of Environmental Pollution Garg.C. Neural networks. Complements. Tiwana R D Gupta H. George & Tina A Plogar Baert Kosko Peterson RR Murphy M. Extension vs intentions. Variables and queries. Definition and Inferences: Rules and fact orders. Fundamentals of fuzzy logic systems. Virtual facts and catching. Rule based system implementation-backward chaining. Effects of thermal pollution on ecology. Concurrency in control structures. Independence assumption and/or combination. Back tracking with rules. Green House effects. Introduction to genetic Algorithm Siman Haykin J. Environmental Pollution Compliance 4. Sources of air pollutants. Concept Publishing Company CBS Publishers Kluwer Aca OEL-310/OEL-510 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P - Introduction: Concept and understanding AI.. Depth first and breadth first heuristics. Fuzzy equivalence. Crisp vs fuzzy relations. Rules without right side. Thermal plume. AND-OR NOT lattices. Fuzzy sets. Past kind inheritances. Procedural attachment. Implementation.M. Pollution from mobile sources and its control. Control Structure for Rule based systems: Backward and forward chaining. Introduction to AI Robotics 7.Hazards And Control 3. Mechanics of condenser water discharge from thermal power plants. Intermediate predicates. Global Atmospheric Change: Introduction. Frames for natural language understanding. Expert system: Architecture of expert systems. Fuzzy morphisms. Optimal path search.K. Transitive inheritance/inferences. Types of pollution. Introduction to artificial Intelligence and Expert System 6. Slot inheritance. Knowledge acquisition. ANN as numerical data/signal processing device. Feed forward and recurrent neural networks.

Application to measurement of temperature. Introduction to statistical packages. Flow.an operative and examples. And Computer Science Applications Richard E Barlow Montgomery Douglas C L Hodges Trivedi Kishor S John Wiley Wiley-International OEL-313/OEL-513 INTELLIGENT INSTRUMENTATION L 3 T 1 P - Transducers: Electro mechanical transducers. Linguistic hedges. Conditional probability. capacitive and Piezoelectric transducers. Neuro-fuzzy systems. Minimum/maximum mode configuration.relation equations and approximate solutions. Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems 4. Signal to noise ratio and band width considerations Books: 1. Intelligent Instrumentation 2. Basic Concepts of Probability and Statistics 5. Thermoelectric and Photoelectric transducers. General architecture of microprocessor. Modern electronic Instrumentation & Control 3. Telemetry Principles Barney Helfrick & Cooper Border & Mayewize Schewher Patranabis Prentice hall India Prentice hall McGraw Hill TMS OEL-314/OEL-514 MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Evolution of Microprocessors. PSK and PWM modulation and demodulation. 8253/4 PIT Countess. 56 . Descriptive and interferential statistics. Signal transmission. Interrupt structure Programmed I/O. Fuzzy propositions. 8157 DMA controller A/O & D/A conversion. Pentium & Microcontrollers 8051 Case studies & applications. Probability And Statistics With Reliability. Fuzzy quantifiers. MUX and DEMUX. Engineering Reliability 3. Estimation of parameters. RS-232. discrete and continuous random variables. Neural Network Perception for Mobile Robot Guidance 3. expectation of random variables. Displacement and other non-electrical quantities. An overview of 8086/88 architecture. Data Communication 5. 80386. Functions of random variables. Regression analysis. Queuing. Parallel I/O (8255-PP) serial I/O (8251/8250). A/D and D/A converters. Fuzzy logic and multi valued logic. Jointly distributed random variables. Sample and hold circuit. Fuzzy dynamic systems such as pattern recognition systems. Analysis of variance. Resistance. Fuzzy Systems Engineering: Theory and Practice Anthony Martin M Ean A Pomerleau Shigeo Abe Nadia Nedjah Cambridge University Springer Verlog OEL-312/OEL-512 APPLIED PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS L 3 T 1 P - Axioms of probability. FSK. FM. Introduction to AM. Analog and digital transducers including semiconductor and optical type. Computational intelligence paradigm and its applications. Pressure. Telemetry System 4. Introduction to 8087/287. Assembly language programming in 8086. Applied Statistics and Probability For Engineers. IEEE bus standard. Books: 2. Neural Network Learning: Theoretical Foundations 2. Test of hypothesis. Student Workbook With Solutions 4. Fuzzy databases and information retrieval systems. Fuzzy system controllers. Introduction to data acquisition system. Books: 1. Inductance. examples.

Udeland & W. 80486. Digital Fourier transform.E. The Intel Microprocessors 8086/8088. Disc motors. Permanent Magnet Motor Technology 5. Fax machines. Hall B. Mechatronics 2. Baye’s classification. and synchronous motors. VCR. power electronics and information technologies.V.L. heating/Cooling and insulation in motors. Other transforms. Geometric transformation. Image compression. Aerial field motors. Low level vision. Image Processing. Feature based matching. gears etc. Shape from shading. Morphological operators. Image restoration. Reluctance motors. Fundamentals of Electric Drives 2. Microprocessor and It’s Applications 2. Clutches. Consumer products such as cameras. Modern trends in industrial drives and control. Image transforms. Books: 1. DC motors. Gieras and M. Clock. Induction motors. Vaclav Hlavac and Roger Boyle Kenneth & Castleman Conzalez RC & P Wint Chandra and Mazumdar Vikas Publishing Prentice Hall India Addision Wesley Prentice Hall India OEL-316/OEL-516 MICRO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P - Its Elements – such as mechanics. Pentium and Pentium Pro processor. Recorders.J.B. tutorial exercise will emphasize development and evaluation of image algorithms. Stepper motors. Torque and associated controls used in process industries. 80386. Edge detection. wipers. error free and lossy compression. 3. Case studies relating to steel mills. 4. machine tools etc. Optical flow.N. 80286. Applications of solid state controllers such as choppers. Converter. Antonkos Moh Mazidi and J. Four quadrant drives. image feature / region representation and descriptors. Micro-motors. Switched Reluctance Motors and Their Control 4. Region based segmentation. Power Electronics. Wing Y.C. The 8051 Microcontrollers and Embedded Systems D. Digital Image Processing Digital Image Processing Digital Image Processing & Analysis Milan Sanka. Applications and Design 3. Applications to Tele-communication technology equipment.Books: 1. invertors and cyclo-converters in drive systems and their performance characteristics.. PCB motors. Vibration dampers. A. Rule based picture segmentation. The Pentium Microprocessor 5. Stepper Motors Fundamentals. T. Mohan. Spatial methods. Hough transform. Fast Fourier transform.F.Sharkawi N. electronics. Image enhancement. 80186/80188. motor drives in transportation system and traction. Dote & S. Athani T. duty cycle. Electromagnetic control of motors. Architecture. Dieker Clarendon Press Oxford OEL-317/OEL-517 ELECTRIC DRIVES L 3 T 1 P - Characteristics and operating modes of drive motors. PM motors. Refiguzzaman J. Choice of motors and rating. rectifiers. Kinoshikha New Edge International Oxford M. starting. Applications & M. Actuators. Microprocessor & Microcomputer Based System Design 4.T. types of loads. Analysis and Machine Vision 2. Camcorder. BearingsMechanical/magnetic. Suspension systems.A. Programming & Interfacing 3. microelectronics. textile mills. Universal motors. Convolution. EI. Mechanical elements with integrated electronics. Bray Moh. Brooks/Col. Brushless motors. Introduction to stereopsis. Books: 1. Mazidi Tata McGraw Hill Prentice Hall India Universal Book Stall Pearson Education Prentice Hall OEL-315/OEL-515 MACHINE VISION L 3 T 1 P - Image capture and digitization. Timers. Miller J. John Wiley 57 . Books: 1. Frequency domain methods. braking and speed control of motors. computer printers. paper mills. Brushless Servo motor Fundamentals and applications Bolten V.

Compressed natural gas. filling systems. storage. Emission regulations. Introduction to gaseous alternative fuels. 5.K. Bose Prentice Hall India Prentice Hall Standard Publishers OEL-318/OEL-518 ALTERNATIVE FUELS AND ENGINE POLLUTION L 3 T 1 P - Alternative fuels. emulsified fuels. Effects of engine pollutants on human health. technologies to control engine pollution 58 . transesterification process. regulated/unregulated pollutants. alcohol. Hydrogen. hydrogen induction systems. production. Dubey N.3.K. Local and global effects of pollutants. Sen B. supply.K. LPG. De & P. production. storage. Biodiesel production & specifications. combustive properties of hydrogen. Nature of pollutants and their formation.K. Pollutants due to transportation systems. Photochemical smog. GTI. 4. DME. Design Power Semiconductor Controlled Drives Electric Drives Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives Robbins G.