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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code MEC306 Course Category Course Title DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENT-II Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 15818::Sumit Mahajan Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 1.0 0.0 4.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Reference Books Sr No R-1 Title Design data Author Faculty of mechanical engg. PSG college of technology Shigley . R. Norton P.C sharma Edition 1st Year Publisher Name M/s Kalaikathir Achchagam Author V B BHANDARI Edition 3rd Year 2011 Publisher Name Tata McGraw Hill

R-2 R-3 R-4

Design of Machine Elements Machine Design Machine design

1st 3rd 1st

Mc graw Hill Pearson Kataria & Sons

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 RW-2 RW-3 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/ http://books.google.co.in/books/about/Design_Of_Machine_Elements_2E.html?id=deNe-VRc1oC scholar.google.com Salient Features you can access or download vedio lectures you can acccess different books you can download different journals from this site

Software/Equipments/Databases Sr No SW-1 (S/E/D) (only if relevant to the course) Pro engineer software Salient Features you can make 3-d models of different machine elements

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 6 2

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Week Number

Lecture Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books

Other Readings, Lecture Description Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs

Learning Outcomes

Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned

Week 1

Lecture 1

Friction Clutches(Introduction to Clutches) Friction Clutches(Torque transmitting capacity)

T-1:11.1

To give an overview of impart basic knowledge ppt,video the function and types of of clutches clutches to give the idea about the learn how to calculate ppt torque transmission in the torque transmission clutches capacity To give an overview of the multi disk clutches understanding of function and working ppt,video ppt

T-1:11.2

Lecture 2

Friction Clutches(Multi disk clutches) Friction Clutches(Friction material)

T-1:11.3 T-1:11.4

tell the students about the types of friction different friction materials that are used materials in clutches To give an overview of the cone clutches understanding of function and working

Lecture 3

Friction Clutches(Cone clutches)

T-1:11.5 R-4:chapter 18 (18.3.1) T-1:11.6 R-4:chapter 18 (18.3.1) T-1:11.7

ppt,video

Friction Clutches(Centrifugal clutches)

To give an overview of the centrifugal clutches

understanding of function and working

ppt,video

Week 2

Lecture 4

Friction Clutches(Energy equation)

give an overview how to calculation of energy calculate the energy absorbed absorbed by clutches introduction about the thermal considerations introduction to brakes how the heat energy affects the temp and other parameters knowledge of brakes and its types how to calculate the energy absorbed in brakes working and function

ppt

Friction Clutches(Thermal consideration) Lecture 5 Brakes(Introduction)

T-1:11.8

ppt

T-1:12.1 R-4:18.4 T-1:12.2 R-4:18.5 T-1:12.3 12.4 R-4:18.6.1 T-1:12.3 12.4 R-4:18.6.1 T-1:12.5 R-4:18.6.1

ppt, video

Brakes(Energy equation for brakes) Brakes(Block brake with short shoe and long shoe) Lecture 6 Brakes(Block brake with short shoe and long shoe) Brakes(Pivoted block brake with long shoe)

energy equation

ppt

give the introduction of block brake give the introduction of block brake give the introduction of pivoted block brake

ppt, video

working and function

ppt, video

working and function

ppt, video

Week 3

Lecture 7

Brakes(Internal expanding brake)

T-1:12.6 R-4:18.6.2 T-1:12.7 R-4:18.6.3 T-1:12.8 R-4:18.6.5

give the introduction of working and function internal expanding brake give the introduction of band brake give the introduction of disk brake introduction about the thermal considerations Test 1 working and function

ppt, video

Brakes(Band brakes)

ppt, video

Lecture 8

Brakes(Disk brakes)

working and function

ppt, vedio

Brakes(Thermal consideration)

how the heat energy affects the temp and other parameters

ppt

Lecture 9 Week 4 Lecture 10 Design of Springs(Types of spring) T-1:10.2 R-4:15.2 15.3 T-1:10.3 10.4 T-1:10.5

introduction to springs

knowledge of different ppt, video types knowledge of helical spring different design parameters that affects failure of spring what are the different outcomes when we arrange in these order what are the different material used for springs what are the different material used for springs ppt ppt

Design of Springs(Helical springs) Design of Springs(Stress and deflection equation) Lecture 11 Design of Springs(Series and parallel connections) Design of Springs(Spring material)

terminology, style of ends stress and deflection equation of spring how we connect spring in series and parallel introduction

T-1:10.6

ppt

T-1:10.7

ppt

Lecture 12

Design of Springs(Spring material)

T-1:10.7

introduction

ppt

Design of Springs(Design of helical springs) Design of Springs(Design against Fluctuating load) Week 5 Lecture 13 Design of Springs(Concentric springs) Design of Springs(Helical torsion spring) Lecture 14 Design of Springs(Spiral springs)

T-1:10.8 T-1:10.10

design procedure how spring behaves under fluctuating load introduction

how to design a helical ppt spring design parameters according fluctuating load knowledge about concentric spring and its application knowledge about helical torsion spring and its application knowledge about spiralspring and its application ppt

T-1:10.11

ppt

T-1:10.14

introduction

ppt

T-1:10.15

introduction

ppt

Design of Springs(Multi leaf spring)

T-1:10.16

introduction

knowledge about multi ppt leaf spring and its application

Week 5

Lecture 14

Design of Springs(Nipping,) Design of Springs(Belleville spring)

T-1:10.17 T-1:10.18

introduction introduction

nipping in multi leaf springs

ppt

knowledge about ppt belleville spring and its application how the belt is manufactured open and closed belt construction method ppt ppt

Lecture 15

Design of Belt Drives(Belt construction) Design of Belt Drives(Geometrical relationships)

T-1:13.2 T-1:13.3 T-1:13.4

belt construction brief idea about the belt angle and parameters

Week 6

Lecture 16

Design of Belt Drives(Analysis of belt tensions)

derivation of analysis of how the belt ends ppt belt tensions behave and calculation of different forces acting introduction characteristics introduction about the different parameters for selection of belt introduction to pulleys used introduction to v belt calculation of the ppt condition of max power different arrangements and its effects how to select a belt drive how to select a pulleys and its materials ppt ppt

Design of Belt Drives(Condition for maximum power) Lecture 17 Design of Belt Drives (Characteristics of belt drives) Design of Belt Drives(Selection of flat belt) Design of Belt Drives(Pulleys for flat belt) Design of Belt Drives(V- belt)

T-1:13.5 T-1:13.7 T-1:13.8

T-1:13.9 T-1:13.11

ppt

knowledge about v belt ppt its properties and applications how to select a v belt depending upon different applications what are the different parts and construction how the different parameters of roller chain are related to each other knowledge about the polygonal effect ppt

Lecture 18 Week 7 Lecture 19 Design of Belt Drives(Selection of V belt) Chain Drives(Roller chains) Chain Drives(Geometrical relationship) T-1:13.12

Test 2 design procedure

T-1:14.2 T-1:14.3

introduction derivation

ppt ppt

Lecture 20

Chain Drives(Polygonal effect) Chain Drives(Power rating of roller chains)

T-1:14.4 T-1:14.5

introduction how we rate the roller chains design procedure chain lubrication introduction

ppt, video

calculation of different ppt parameters which effect power how to select a chain different methods and procedure function and applications ppt ppt, video ppt

Lecture 21

Chain Drives(Design of chain drive) Chain Drives(Chain lubrication) Chain Drives(Silent chain)

T-1:14.7 T-1:14.8 T-1:14.9

MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Nomenclature of helical and worm wheel) Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Nomenclature of Spur and bevel gears) Lecture 23 Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Force analysis and design of spur and bevel gears) Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Force analysis and design of Helical and worm gear) Lecture 24 Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Lewis equation and lewis form factor) Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Velocity factors) Week 9 Lecture 25 Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Working stress in gear teeth) Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Dynamic loads on gear teeth) Design of Spur and Bevel gears (Design of gears for wear) Lecture 26 Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Working stress in gear teeth) Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Virtual number of teeth) Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Tooth proportions) Lecture 27 Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Beam strength and wear strength) Design of Helical gears and Worm wheel gears(Effective load) Week 10 Lecture 28 Rolling contact Bearings(Types of rolling contact bearings) Rolling contact Bearings(Principle of Selfaligning bearings) Lecture 29 Rolling contact Bearings(Static and dynamic load carrying capacity) T-1:18.2 20.2 introduction nomenclature ppt

T-1:17.6 19.2

introduction

nomenclature

ppt,

T-1:17.11 19.3

different forces

how the different forces ppt, acting on a gear tooth how the different forces ppt acting on a gear tooth

T-1:18.5 20.4

different forces

T-1:17.17 19.4

derive the expression for considering gear as ppt beam strength beam analysis to failure design derive the expression for considering gear as ppt beam strength beam analysis to failure design derivation derivation derivation derivation how v calculated working stress ppt

T-1:17.19 19.6

T-1:17.18 T-1:17.19 T-1:17.21 T-1:20.5

what are different loads ppt on gear tooth how the wear is occurred how v calculated working stress ppt, video ppt

T-1:18.3

derivation

how a virtual tooth ppt formed in helical gears what are the different proportions how a gear tooth behave like beam how to calculate effective load on gear tooth ppt ppt

T-1:18.4 20.3 T-1:18.6 18.8

introduction derivation

T-1:18.7

derivation

ppt

T-1:15.2 T-1:15.3 T-1:15.5 15.6 15.7

types introduction

what are different types ppt and its applications how it works ppt, video

different parameters ppt related to load carrying capacity

Week 10

Lecture 30

Rolling contact Bearings (Equivalent Dynamic Load) Rolling contact Bearings(Selection of bearings)

T-1:15.8 15.9 15.10 15.11 T-1:15.12

introduction and design procedure selection procedure

what are the function working and applications how to select different bearing for different application how to lubricate bearing information of this bearing function and applications

ppt

ppt

Week 11

Lecture 31

Sliding contact Bearings(Basic modes of lubrication) Sliding contact Bearings (Hydrostatic step bearing)

T-1:16.1 T-1:16.8

lubrication methods introduction to step bearing its working and design introduction to energy losses derivation

ppt, video ppt, video

Lecture 32

Sliding contact Bearings(Energy losses in hydrostatic bearings) Sliding contact Bearings(Reynolds equation)

T-1:16.9

what are different ppt factors effecting energy losses how Reynolds equation ppt derived and what are its applications how Reynolds equation ppt derived and what are its applications knowledge of different ppt important parameters in bearing design how to design a bearing ppt considering different factors knowledge of bearing construction and different materials ppt

T-1:16.10

Lecture 33

Sliding contact Bearings(Reynolds equation) Sliding contact Bearings(Raimondi and Boyd method (Somerfield number, minimum oil film thickness))

T-1:16.10

derivation

T-1:16.11

introduction

Week 12

Lecture 34

Sliding contact Bearings(Bearing Design) Sliding contact Bearings(Bearing construction and materials)

T-1:16.13

introduction to bearing design how to construct a bearing introduction introduction

T-1:16.14 16.15

Lecture 35

Sliding contact Bearings(Additives for mineral oils) Sliding contact Bearings(Selection of lubricants) Sliding contact Bearings (Comparison of rolling and sliding contact bearings)

T-1:16.18 T-1:16.19

Knowledge of different ppt additives how to select a lubricant for different bearings how two bearings are differ ppt

T-1:16.22

comparison

ppt

Lecture 36 Week 13 Lecture 37 Statistical considerations in design (Frequency distribution) Statistical considerations in design (Characteristics of frequency curves) Statistical considerations in design (Measure of central tendency and dispersion) T-1:24.1 T-1:24.2

Test 3 introduction to FD introduction concept clarity of the statistical tools characteristics of frequency curves ppt ppt

T-1:24.3

introduction

ppt

Week 13

Lecture 38

Statistical considerations in design (Probability) Statistical considerations in design (Probability distribution) Statistical considerations in design (Normal curve)

T-1:24.4 T-1:24.5 T-1:24.6 T-1:24.9 T-1:24.10

introduction introduction brief introduction to statistical analysis

improve the statistical skills information about the PD how to generate a normal curve

ppt ppt ppt ppt

Lecture 39

Statistical considerations in design (Reliability) Statistical considerations in design (Probabilistic approach to design)

introduction to reliability how to achieve reliability in design to give the introduction

to achieve reliability in ppt design

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 40 Lecture 41 T-1:17.21 T-1:17.18 design of gears for wear design for wear strength ppt dynamic loads on gear tooth, working stress in gear how to calculate the bending stress in gear ppt

Scheme for CA:


Component Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 3/3

Test 1

To check the test will be cover al the topics that are taught upto lecture 8. practical knowledge of the students regarding function and design of different machine elements To check the This test contains the numerical problems based on design of practical knowledge different machine elements cover up to lecture 17. of the students regarding function and design of different machine elements

manual

Test 2

Individual

manual

6/6

Test 3

To check the this test contains the design problems practical knowledge of the students regarding function and design of different machine elements

Individual

manual

11 / 12

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7

problems on friction clutches problems on different types of brakes Problems on load and deflection equation of spring problems of design procedure for spring and multi-leaf springs Problems on construction and design of flat belt Problems on construction and design of V belt Problems on construction and design of Roller chain

Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving

After Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12 Tutorial 13 Problems on Deign procedure of spur and bevel gear Problem solving Problems on Deign procedure of helical and worm gear Problem solving Problems on Deign procedure of rolling contact bearing Problem solving Problems on Deign procedure of sliding contact bearing Problem solving Problems on frequency distribution and normal curve Problems on reliability and statistical consideration Problem solving Problem solving