2009-10 JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITYHYDERABAD B.TECH. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING III YEAR II SEMESTER Code Subject Computational aerodynamics Computational Design of Flight Vehicles Aerospace Propulsion- II Aircraft Systems Finite Element Methods Open Elective Nanotechnology Probability & Statistics Engineering Optimization Advanced English Communication Skills Lab Flight Vehicle Design Lab Total COURSE STRUCTURE L 3 4 4 3 4 3 T/P/D 1 1 1 1 1 1 C 3 4 4 3 4 3

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body fitted structured grids. . Computational Fluid Dynamics-A Practical Approach. Applications in various branches of engineering. 1997. Second Edition.twodimensional finite volume method with example. C-mesh. D. ButterworthHeinemann. C. Multi-block grids.Cartesian grids.www. Anderson.truncation and round-off errors. 2. Elsevier. accuracy.I Lax-Wendroff technique. SIMPLER.. R. UNIT. parabolic and elliptic equations. 2. UNIT. Jr.conditions on the finite volume selections. stretched (compressed) grids.H. G.VII CFD TECHNIQUES.jntuworld.IV BASIC ASPECTS OF DISCRETIZATION Introduction to finite differences. C..physical meaning of Divergence of velocity. Physical significance of CFL stability condition.Tech..shock capturing and shock fitting approaches.jntuworld.II Pressure correction technique.explicit and implicit approaches. Computational Fluid Dynamics. J. efficiency of numerical solutions-Von Neumann stability analysis.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. J. REFERENCES 1. Pros and cons of higher order difference schemes. second order and mixed derivatives.. Anderson. H-mesh. O-mesh. UNIT. Pletcher.com . UNIT. J. momentum and energy equations. H-O-H mesh. adaptive grids. UNIT. hybrid grids.Models of fluid flow. Substantial derivative. Taylor and Francis.III MATHEMATICAL BEHAVIOR OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND THEIR IMPACT ON COMPUTATIONAL AERODYNAMICS Classification of quasi-linear partial differential equations by Cramer’s rule and eigen value method. consistency. convergence. 2008.application to incompressible viscous flow. Well-posed problems.K. AE II –Sem COMPUTATIONAL AERODYNAMICS UNIT. 1995. Liu.significance of conservation and non-conservation forms and their implication on CFD applications.as a design tool. L 3 T/P/D 1/-/C 3 www. TEXT BOOKS 1. SIMPLEC and PISO algorithms. Tu. Second Edition.V FINITE VOLUME METHODS Basis of finite volume method. Philosophy of pressure correction method. Difference equations.cell-centered and cell-vertex approaches.. 2007.need for staggered grid. An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics-The Finite Volume Method. Alternating-Direction-Implicit (ADI) Technique. and Malalasekera. I-mesh..II GOVERNING EQUATIONS AND PHYSICAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS Derivation of continuity. stability.strong and weak conservation forms. overset grids. Yeoh.SIMPLE.triangular/ tetrahedral cells. Second Edition.D. Numerical procedures... Boundary conditions for the pressure correction method. Definition of finite volume discretization-general formulation of a numerical scheme. Infinitesimal Fluid Element.. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer. Pearson Education Ltd.VIII CFD TECHNIQUES.finite difference approximation for first order. UNIT.A. McGraw-Hill Inc.I BASIC ASPECTS OF COMPUTATIONAL AERODYNAMICS Why Computational Fluid Dynamics? What is CFD? CFD as a research tool.domain of dependence and range of influence for hyperbolic equations.C. Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows-Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics. Tannehill.pressure correction formula. 2010 3. Hirsch. Unstructured grids. Structured grids..The Basics with Applications. UNIT. H. quadrilateral/ hexahedra cells. W.Finite Control Volume. Versteeg.H. General behaviour of different classes of partial differential equations and their importance in understanding physical and CFD aspects of aerodynamic problems at different Mach numbers involving hyperbolic. MacCormack’s technique-Crank Nicholson technique-Relaxation techniqueaspects of numerical dissipation and dispersion. C-H mesh.physical boundary conditions..VI GRID TYPES AND CHARACTERISTICS Need for grid generation.

velocity stability and trim. Fuel system design and integration. problem definition. THRUST TO WEIGHT RATIO. airfoil thickness ratio and other airfoil considerations. PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS. Static lateral-directional stability & trim. Lofting. Take off analysis. Initial technical report of baseline design analysis and evaluation. PERFORMANCE AND CONSTRAINT ANALYSIS Estimation of static pitch stability. boundary layer diverters. Landing analysis. crashworthiness. design lift coefficient. Estimation of aircraft dynamical characteristics. complete drag build up. Integrated product development and aircraft design.crew station. engine dimensions. The inboard profile drawing. airfoil design. Effects of wind on aircraft performance. inlet geometry. Special consideration in configuration lay out.www. aircraft requirements. inlet location. capture area calculation.statistical estimation. Fighter performance measures of merit. Initial takeoff weight build-up. wing. gun installation. L / D estimation. OPTIMISATION. The aircraft operating envelope. empty weight estimation – historical trends. instantaneous turn rate. wetted area. Balanced field length. PASSENGERS & PAYLOAD Sizing with fixed engine and with rubber engine. weapons carriage. LANDING GEAR & SUBSYSTEMS Propulsion selection. handling qualities. significance and methods. maintainability. project brief / request for proposal. gear load factors. aural signature. nozzle integration. structural load paths. Radar. Aircraft conceptual design process. Geometry sizing of fuselage. Performance analysis and constraint analysis– steady level flight. range and loiter endurance. stall. UNIT. net propulsive force. AE II –Sem CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF FLIGHT VEHICLES UNIT– I OVERVIEW OF THE DESIGN PROCESS. categories– manoeuvre. Limit loads. sustained turn rate. Steady climbing and descending flight. control surfaces. SIZING FROM A CONCEPTUAL SKETCH Phases of aircraft design. Installed performance of an engine. fuel fraction estimation.jntuworld. Fuselage design. landing gear loads. Aircraft loads. information retrieval. Wing geometry and wing vertical location. IR. Development of configuration lay out from conceptual sketch. Air load distribution on lifting surfaces. significance to configuration lay out. thrust matching. engine cooling provisions. cargo provisions. time to climb and fuel to climb.definition. mission profiles. stroke determination. Selection of thrust-to-weight ratio and wing loading. Isobar tailoring. best angle and rate of climb. configuration options. engine size estimation. passenger compartment. centre of gravity excursion control. Sears-Haack volume distribution. sizing. CREW STATION.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. installed thrust methodology. power plant. maximum lift coefficient. UNIT– V BASELINE DESIGN ANALYSIS. jet engine integration. flat wrap lofting. gust. Refined baseline design and report of specifications.com . Material selection. Gear retraction geometry. Landing gear arrangements. Tail geometry and arrangements.Tech. REFINED SIZING &TRADE STUDIES L 4 T/P/D 1/-/C 4 www. The baseline design layout and report of initial specifications. Estimation of stability and control derivatives. The initial conceptual sketches.jntuworld. UNIT– VI BASELINE DESIGN– STABILITY & CONTROL. UNIT– IV PROPULSION & FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRATION. part power operation. Aircraft subsystems. wing tip shapes.VII COST ESTIMATION. UNIT– II AIRFOIL AND GEOMETRY SELECTION. producibility.AERODYNAMICS & PROPULSION. UNIT– III INITIAL SIZING & CONFIGURATION LAYOUT. Thrust to weight ratio . STRUCTURES & WEIGHT AND BALANCE Estimation of lift curve slope. Wing loading – performance constraints. inertial. volume distribution and fuel volume plots. visual detectability. WING LOADING Airfoil selection. the V. guidelines for lay out. Review of methods of structural analysis. mission segment weight fractions. Weights and momentsstatistical group estimation method. Shock absorbers – types. n diagram. relation to aircraft dynamic characteristics. minimum thrust required for level flight. tail. Considerations of vulnerability. Energy manoeuvrability methods of optimal climb trajectories and turns. Cooper – Harper scale. Level turning flight.

Introduction to Aircraft Design.html 9. A.3 aircraft. 1999. Measures of merit. 1981. forward swept wings. Applied Aerodynamics: A Digital Textbook.. Jenkinson... D.P. AIAA Education Series. Cost measures of merit. AIAA..R. Determination of final baseline design configuration.. Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach. Taylor. TEXT BOOKS 1. and Marchman III. J. AIAA Education Series..com/appliedaero/preface/welcome. J. Computational Approaches for Aerospace Design. ISBN: 0-56347-524-6. 8. fuel and oil costs. ISBN: 1-86058-301-6. Anderson. operation and maintenance costs. Refined conceptual sizing methods. A survey of the Indian aircraft design effort. growth sensitivities. latest edition. Jane’s. AIAA Aerospace Design Engineer’s Guide. Multivariable design optimisation methods.com . L.A. crew salaries. General Dynamics F-16. 2. 2005. 3.www. 2001. Parametric analysis and optimisation.. AIAA.. delta and double delta wings. ISBN 1-56347590-1. Dole. investment cost analysis. Desktop Aeronautics Inc. F. McGraw-Hill. hypersonic vehicles. REFERENCES 1. 2. DC. uninhabited air vehicles..J.P. London. requirement trades. Jr. Design of VTOL aircraft. Aircraft Conceptual Design Synthesis. 1999. Flight Theory and Aerodynamics: A Practical Guide to Operational Safety. ISBN: 0-521657222-9. 2005. al.design trades. The Design of the Airplane. J. ISBN: 1-56347-701-7 4. DOC and IOC. airline revenue. DC – 2. Cambridge University Press. Stinton. breakeven analysis.com Elements of life cycle cost.. UNIT – VIII CASE STUDIES AND DESIGN OF UNIQUE AIRCRAFT CONCEPTS Design of the DC – 1. Trade studies . 2004. Aircraft Performance and Design. Professional Engineering Publishing. J. 5. P. Northrop-Grumman B-2 Stealth Bomber. cost estimating method. AIAA Education Series. And Nair. 2000. 3rd edn. 2003. S. maintenance expenses. Raymer. Wiley. http://www. www.jntuworld. second edition. London.. 2nd edn. preparation of type specification report. Fielding. Brandt. ISBN: 0 7506 5772 3. Aircraft and airline economics. AIAA. ISBN: 0-471-09152-9 6. ISBN: 1-56347-281-0.. Introduction to Aeronautics: A Design Perspective. 2003. SR-71 Blackbird. Wiley. helicopters.jntuworld.E. D.D. 7.. Kroo I. Butterworth Heinemann. depreciation.. et. 5th edn. ISBN:0-470-85540-1. RDT&E and production costs.B. Jane’s All the World Aircraft. Sizing matrix plot and carpet plot.desktopaero. Boeing B-47 and 707. Howe. Keane. C. 3. ISBN: 0-07-001971-1. Aircraft Design Projects for Engineering Students.

feed system.structure. Need for supersonic combustion. recombination. Hybrid propellant rockets.limitations.typical values. essential differences from liquid propellant rocket engines. Computing rocket engine performance. combustion pressure. principles. Examples of solid propellant boosters. Combustion chamber and nozzle. control volume analysis.THE SCRAM-JET ENGINE Performance of turbojets. Chemical rockets. effect of propellant temperature. Component performance analysis. shifting equilibrium. mass ratio.specific thrust. orbital injection. cooling. ignition. propellant composition. Combined cycle engines.considerations for selection.propellants. Performance measures of chemical rocket engines.processes.SUPERSONIC COMBUSTION.frozen equilibrium.the thrust chamber. ramjets at high speeds. losses. efficiency. Applications. analysis.. Nozzle expansion. ignition. pulse detonation engine. The rocket equation. feed. Vehicle velocity.types. rotary rocket engine. scheduled. improving efficiency of thermal rockets in the atmosphere. descent.types.need. generation of power. materials. SSTO (single stage to orbit).concept. characteristic velocity. two dimensional flows. performance at standard operating conditions.storage.description. Combustion instabilities. Combustion chamber integrity.non-equilibrium expansion. viscous losses. surface recession rate. variable exhaust velocity. design parameters.gravity. The scramjet engine. corrective measures. guaranteed minimum performance. atmosphere.two phase flow. specific impulse. air turbo-rocket (ATR).applications. construction.construction. optimisation. combustion efficiency.thermal protection. erosive burning.Liquid-air collection engine (LACE). ejector ramjet. thermal throat. engine parametersthrust chamber pressure. propulsive efficiency.com . www. burnig time. performance parameters. applications to hypersonic transport plane and missile propulsion. combustor. Engine parameters.flow detachment and reattachment. jet exit velocity. nozzle area ratio. propellants.history. One dimensional.sources of energy. basic parameters. burning stability. trajectories. combustion instabilities.IV LIQUID PROPELLANT ROCKET ENGINES Liquid propellant rocket engines.jntuworld.III CHEMICAL ROCKET ENGINES Rocket propulsion. presence of liquid drops and solid particles. types.combustion. economy. selection of rocket propulsion systems. Liquid propellant rocket performance data.thrust levels. equilibrium energy balance.CLASSIFICATION. UNIT. missionsprofile. Propellants – properties. temperature. size. UNIT. construction. PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Hypersonic transport vehicles.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. momentum. propellants. control.failure to recombination. injection. operation. flow process.jntuworld.turbo-ramjet.isolator. Advanced thermal rockets. Particulars of propulsion systems of seleted space vehicles and military missiles. Nozzle flow.fundamental physical limitations to thermal rockets.implicationscriticality of efficient diffusion and acceleration. losses. performance analysis.role. performance.principal components. exhaust velocity.V SOLID PROPELLANT ROCKET MOTORS Basic configuration. principle.thrust vector control. delivered performance.Breguet equation for cruise– mission propulsion requirements. shape.thrust profile. Engine control. Incremental flight velocity budget for climb out and acceleration. problems of combustion in high speed flow. Equilibrium composition. L 4 T/P/D 1/-/C 4 UNIT. applications. High speed propulsion systems. internal efficiency.Tech.II AIR BREATHING ENINES FOR HYPERSONIC TRANSPORT PLANES AND MILITARYMISSILES. space launch vehicles. performance. mass balance. AE II –Sem AEROSPACE VEHICLE PROPULSION. optimising the ascent. combustion chambers. Effect of atmosphere.www. practical approaches. military missiles. operating conditions. specific impulse. operating principles. chamber pressure. plume drag. Scramjet performance. charge design. distributed fuel injection. Reaction control systems. thrust level.theoretical.I TRANS-ATMOSPHERIC AND SPACE FLIGHT MISSION PROPULSION REQUIREMENTSPROPULSION SYSTEMS. UNIT. Thermo-chemical analysis of combustion. plume losses. expansion.applications. gas generation rate.thrust coefficient.propellant combination. applications. types.spill-over drag. effective velocity. Solid propellant motor components and motor design. spacecraft.II UNIT. system integration.

G. propellant flow and cooling. AIAA. superconductor gravitational shielding. The nuclear thermal rocket engine. Photon rocket. NASA JPL Advanced Propulsion Concepts Notebook Online.gov/apc/ 3. charge distribution. sustainable chain reaction. ed. O. REFERENCES 1. 2. nuclear power generators. G. . thrust generation. system parameters. Beam current. control. Electric propulsion systems. mass and acceleration. start-up and shutdown. http://sec353. and Netzer. thrust-to-power ratio. 2nd edn.VI ELECTRIC THRUSTERS. applications. reactor dimensions. coupling of gravity and electromagnetism.principle. ISBN: 3-211-83862-7.basics. radioisotope nuclear rocket. C.CONCEPTS. performance. 2003.R. beamed energy propulsion. coupling of charge.. Casimir effect.com/ www. 7th edn. applications. fuel cells. anti-matter propulsion system. P.com UNIT.jntuworld.batteries. safety issues. and Biblarz.interrelations. description. fusion propulsion. Addison Wesley.. acceleration. alternative reactor types.Fission fragment propulsion. inertial. nuclear propelled missions. specific impulse. Rocket and Spacecraft Propulsion. 2.L. MIT Press. exhaust velocity.operational issues. M.application of MEMS. solar/ laser/ microwave thermal propulsion. pulsed plasma (PPT). reflection. Electromagnetic thrusters. arcjet.VIII ADVANCED PROPULSION SYSTEMS... ISBN: 0-26211162-4. nozzle. Rocket Propulsion Elements. operation. Wiley. Breakthrough propulsion.. neutron leakage. electric microthrusters. Electric space power supplies and power conditioning. Nuclear propulsion. Hill. applications. J. applications.magneto plasma dynamic (MPD). Particulars of select current electric propulsion systems. UNIT. 1992. ISBN 1-56347-118-3. power. potential. saturated current density. propellant choice.www. solar generators. Encyclpedia Astronautica. power to thrust ratio. electrostatic and magnetic confinement fusion. http://www.P.L. Propellantless propulsion. Sutton. 2nd edn.structure. components. The problem of gravity loss..ionisation potenial. thermal stability.astronautix. ISBN: 3 540 22190.operating principles. TEXT BOOKS 1..E. electrical efficiency.W. Jensen. Estimation of performance. Hall effect and variable ISP thrusters. electric field intensity. 2001.VII NUCLEAR PROPULSION Power. magnetic sails. 1996. ISBN: 0-47132642-9. Aircraft Engines and Gas Turbines. System parameters.J.jpl. 5.overview. Development status of nuclear engines. power efficiency. solar. . interplanetary transfer manoeuvres. performance.G. Electrostatic thrusters.radiation and management.tethers. solar cell arrays. Turner. calculating criticality. exhaust neutralisation. M. 4. 2005. D. 2nd edn. and Peterson. prompt and delayed neutrons. accelerator grids. Kerrebrock.current fundamental limits to propulsion.momentum exchange and electrodynamic. Criteria for selection of engine. Tajmar. ionisation schemes. energy. 1992.PRINCIPLES OF OPERATIONOVERVIEW Advanced nuclear propulsion systems. construction. Electrothermal thrustors. faster interplanetary journey.resistojet. control. Advanced Space Propulsion Systems. Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion.com . principles. thrust. Nuclear fission.principle. Springer.MISSION APPLICATIONS TO SPACE FLIGHT Limitations of chemical rocket engines. Potential applications of nuclear engines. voltage.history. 3.nasa. Micropropulsion. Screen.. thrust per unit area. types.jntuworld. Tactical Missile Propulsion. UNIT. Springer.chemical. operating temperature. Current technology of electric propulsion engines. fuel elements. generation of thrust.

integration. description. applications.electrical load management systems. AIAA Education Series. ISBN 978-0-470-05996-8. A. Landing gear and brake management systems. 2004. Design and Development of Aircraft Systems.importance. www.turbo fan. prototype construction..types.an Introduction. TEXT BOOKS 4.the conceptexamples. hydraulic. Control of fuel flow.V ENGINE CONTROL AND FUEL SYSTEMS Principle of operation of aircraft gas turbine engines. Hydraulic piping. effect on engine performance. function. air flow. Enumeration of aircraft systems and some subsystems. process.www. performance requirements.implementation. Methods of cooling.J. Bleed air control. 6.engine bleed air. Power offtakesneed. simulation. Blackwell Science. AE – II Semester L 3 T/P/D 1/-/C 3 AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS UNIT. molecular-sieve oxygen concentrators. reservoir.. W. Principal heat sources in aircraft.air cycle refrigeration. Moir.examples. operating fluid pressures. Butterworth-Heinemann. fuel cooling. basic inputs and outputs. maintainability. Levels of integration. windscreen. Operating environment conditions. Principal components.examples. 6th edition. Aircraft Instruments and Integrated Systems. pitot-static systems. temperatures. components. 2004.mission requirements. 4. Electrical power generation and control. Limited authority control systems. UNIT. secondary. Hydraulic fluidrequired properties. John Wiley.structure. Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems. Generic system definition. bootstrap. avionics systems. variable speed constant frequency (VSCS) cycloconverter.I AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS System concepts. Moir. application.airframe systems.airframe interfaces. UNIT.. The ‘fly-by-wire’ actuation. Flight control systems. REFERENCES 3. Electrical and Avionics Subsystems Integration.control laws. UNIT.III HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS Aircraft hydraulic systems. Advanced actuation implementations. Aircraft systems. control.jntuworld. and Seabridge. system. outputs. inputs. reverse bootstrap systems.description. Provision of trim and artificial feel. redundancy. UNIT-VIII SYSTEMS INTEGRATION Interdependence of aircraft systems and need for integration.types.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. more electric aircraft and more electric engines.primary and secondary flight control.purpose.types. Air distribution systems. 10th edn. 5. ISBN 0-632-05951-6. integrity. Verification of meeting system requirements. actuation.. and Seabridge. engine bleed air.need. components. 5. performance. full authority control systems. Rolls Royce. design requirements. I. Aircraft Systems: Mechanical. UNIT-II ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Electrical loads in aircraft.implementation.ram air. implementation. and flow rates. interrelationship. indicators. pumps. vehicle systems. Tech. Cooling systems. mission systems and their sub-systems.sensors. cabin pressurization. Need for controlled cabin environment. E.modeling. Flight Instruments and Automatic Flight Control Systems. Systems integration. aspects of safety/ integrity.system function.user systems. sub-systems. Ground Studies for Pilots. operating modes. All electric aircraft.VI FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS Flight management.examples. I. Jet Engine. types.environment control. guidance. brief description. exhaust gas flow. A. Fly-by-wire control. Longman Scientific &Technical. Power distributionprimary.characteristics.com . design drivers. reliability. Fuel tank safety. accumulator. Vapour cycle refrigeration. need for redundancy. Specification of requirements. operation.means of gathering evidence in the life cycle. Harris. Engine..objectives. 3rd edn. fly-by-wire control laws.H. Bolton. Engine monitoring.VII AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT Safety and economic considerations.failure severity. AIAA. Pallett. testing.control linkages. Flight control actuation. product support.DC.IV PNEUMATIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SYSTEMS Engine as source of high pressure air.jntuworld. g tolerance and protection.types. system loads. Power conversion and energy storage. Load protection. engine start. information levels. 2008. Humidity control. everyday examples of systems..function. 270 V DC systems. system parameters. D. wing and engine anti-ice. Advanced systems. Fuel systems. UNIT. external influence. means. 1992. AC. interfaces. feedback. UNIT. Advanced systemsintegrated flight and propulsion control. merits.component.fuel inerting system.

UNIT -VIII: Dynamic Analysis: Dynamic equations – Lumped and consistent mass matrices – Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors – mode shapes – modal analysis for bars and beams. historical back ground. UNIT -II: One Dimensional problems : Stiffness equations for a axial bar element in local co-ordinates using Potential Energy approach and Virtual energy principle .3-D problems – Tetrahedran element.Finite Element Analysis of Trusses – Plane Truss and Space Truss elements – methods of assembly. Rayleigh. stepped and tapered bars subjected to mechanical and thermal loads .Finite element analysis of uniform. Belagundu.Jalaludeen – Anuradha publications L 4 T/P/D 1/-/C 4 www.jntuworld. Rao – Elsevier – 4 th edition 2. general description. 3. Mc Grawhill.C. Unit – VI: Two dimensional four noded isoparametric elements . The Finite element method in engineering science – O.Stiffness matrix and load vector .problems. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Chandrupatla and Ashok D. UNIT -VII: Scalar field problems: 1-D Heat conduction – 1D fin elements – 2D heat conduction . REFERENCES: 1. Finite Element Methods/ Alavala/TMH 2.Ritz method. UNIT -IV: Analysis of beams: Hermite shape functions – Element stiffness matrix – Load vector – Problems. Concepts and applications of finite element analysis – Robert Cook – Wiley 4.Md.Quadratic shape functions .Assembly of Global stiffness matrix and load vector .analysis of thin plates – Composite slabs . Introduction to finite elements in engineering – Tirupathi K.jntuworld. comparison of FEM with other methods. Introduction of Finite Element Analysis – S. The finite element methods in Engineering – S. UNIT -III: Stiffness equations for a truss bar element oriented in 2D plane .Numerical integration . Zienkowitz.S. Tech. UNIT -V: 2-D problems: CST . Basic equations of elasticity.properties of stiffness matrix. Stress – Strain and strain displacement relations. Weighted residual methods.www. application of FEM.com .Finite element modelling of Axisymmetric solids subjected to Axisymmetric loading with triangular elements . AE – II Semester FINITE ELEMENT METHODS UNIT -I: Introduction to FEM: basic concepts.Isoparametric element representation – Shape functions – convergence requirements – Problems.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B.

Arc discharge. Laser ablation. Deep UV lithography. Ion sputtering.jntuworld. Kumar. Nanofabrication towards biomedical application: Techniques. H.M. Molecular beam epitaxy. Application and impact – Ed. Tech. S. Unit-IV Fabrication of Nanomaterials: Physical Methods: Inert gas condensation. Devoret “Single charge Tunneling” Plenum press 1992 www.pode. Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology. Core/shell Nanoparticles in drug delivery systems (site specific and targeted drug delivery). giant magneto resistance. 4. electronic. Chemical vapour deposition method. one dimensional confinement (Quantum wires). R. Grabert and M. Mask and its application.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. Nanostructure types. 6.Michael J. C60. Carbon Nanotubes: Properties and Applications.up approach to nanostructures. Nanobiotechnology. Unit-II: Quantum Mechanical phenomenon in nanostructures: Quantum confinement of electrons in semiconductor Nano structures. XRD Unit-VI Nanodevices and Nanomedicine: Lab on chip for bioanalysis. C. RFplasma. MFM.www. David Ferry “Transport in Nano structures” Cambridge University press 2000 2. 3. single electron tunneling.Bharat Bhusan 3.Niemeyer. C80 and C240 Nanostructures. J. TEM). three dimensional confinements (Quantum dots). Unit-VIII nanolithography and nanomanipulation: e-beam lithography and SEM based nanolithography and nanomanipulation. X-ray based lithography. TEXT BOOKS: 1. magnetic. tools. Carola.. Introduction to nanotechnology. Properties (mechanical. optical and electrical) and applications. oxidation and metallization.A. Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology . Unit-V Nano scale characterization techniques: Scanning probe techniques (AFM. SEM. two dimensional confinements (Quantum Wells). O'Connell. Challa S. Laser pyrolysis. principles of nanotechnology. top-down and bottom. Charles. ed. cancer treatment.jntuworld. Unit-VII Nano and molecular electronics: Resonant-Tunneling structures. Single Electron transistors. H. Phani kumar. STM. AE – II Semester NANO TECHNOLOGY (OPEN ELECTIVE) Unit-I: Introduction to nanotechnology: Importance of nanoscale. coulomb blockade. Unit-III Carbon Nano Structures: Carbon nanotubes (CNTs). Dutta “Electron Transport in Mesoscopic systems” Cambridge University press 7. Ion beam lithography. Fullerenes.com .p. Plasma arc technique. tunneling magneto resistance. optical Properties of Nanomaterials.S. C. Mirkin. and bone tissue treatment.Hari Singh Nalwa 5. scitech publications L 3 T/P/D 1/-/C 3 REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. springer publications 2.

UNIT-V: Small samples Confidence interval for the t.Iyengar & B. F. World Scientific. Probability & Statistics by D. 6.jntuworld.com .S. Khanna Publications.Pure Birth process and Death Process M/M/1 Model . REFERENCES: 1. Tech. Probability & Statistics by T. Test of Hypothesis –. Stochastic Matrix. Probability & Statistics for Engineers by G. 2.S.K. A first course in Probability & Statistics by B. TEXT BOOKS: 1.K. Grewal. UNIT-IV : Testing of Hypothesis II Confidential interval for the proportions. Difference between the mean.Guru Swamy. Cengage Publications. Miller and John E. Prakasa Rao. Null hypothesis – Alternate hypothesis type I. S. Sampling distributions –Sampling distribution of means ( known and Unknown) UNIT-III: Testing of Hypothesis I Tests of hypothesis point estimations – interval estimations Bayesian estimation.Chand. Random variables – Discrete and continuous. Iyengar.jntuworld. Freund.L. Poisson & normal distributions related properties .distributions 2 L 3 T/P/D 1/-/- C 3 distribution. Large samples. UNIT-II: Distributions Binomial .S.www. 5.distributions. Probability & Statistics by William Mendenhall & Others.Krishna Gandhi & Others. limiting probabilities.V. AE – II Semester PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (OPEN ELECTIVE) UNIT-I : Probability Sample space and events – Probability – The axioms of probability – Some Elementary theorems .com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. UNIT-VIII Stochastic processes Introduction to Stochastic Processes – Markov process classification of states – Examples of Markov Chains. 4.Conditional probability – Baye’s theorem.K. Higher Engineering Mathematics by B. 2. Probability & Statistics for Engineers. Scitech Publications. Anuradha Publications. www. UNIT-VI Correlation & Regression Coefficient of correlation – Regression Coefficient – The lines of regression – The rank correlation UNIT-VII Queuing Theory Arrival Theorem .Bhisma Rao. Murugesan & P.R. Higher Engineering Mathematics by Jain & S.S.distribution – Tests of hypothesis – t. Narasa Publications. & type II errors – critical region confidential interval for mean testing of single variance. Tests of hypothesis for the proportions single and difference between the proportions. Prentice Hall of India. 3.

Engineering Optimization: Theory & Practice-S. UNIT – VIII a) Simulation-Definition-Steps involved.com . Pearson Education. Engineering Optimization problems: Classification& Some examples (just theory & discussion) : Truss structure. Chennai 4 Operations Research: A. Transit schedule and Car suspension UNIT – II Single variable non-linear optimization problems: Local minimum Global minimum & Inflection point.Kalyanmoy Deb-Prentice-Hall of India Pvt. 3 Optimization Theory & Practice: Mohan C. S. New Delhi-110006 www.Thir Edition2003 2 Optimization for Engineering Design.Types of simulation Models-Advantages and disadvantagesSimple problems on queuing & inventory. Low Price Edition. Rosen Brock’s search and Simplex methods. Narosa Publishing House.Objective function-Variable bounds.D. Tech. b) Non-traditional optimization algorithms: Genetic algorithms: working principles differences and similarities between Gas and traditional methods. Conjugate gradient method and variable meteric method.Pconstrained G.P. UNIT – V Multivariable constrained non-linear optimization problems Classical optimization techniques: Constraints – equations-Lagrangian method. Golden section method & comparison. TEXT BOOKS 1.Ltd. Ammonia structure.K.Kedar Nath & Ran Nath Co.Fibonacci method.inequalities-Kuhn-Tucker necessary and sufficient conditions-Quadratic problem-Statement.Kataria & Sons.www. addition of variables. NewDelhi-2005.Rardin.Verma. coefficients & constants of the constraints.Joshi & KM Moudgalya.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. Necessary & Sufficient conditions theorems. AE – II Semester ENGINEERING OPTIMIZATION (OPEN ELECTIVE) UNIT – I Introduction: Optimal Problem formulation: Design variables-Constraints.P( type only) Integer Programming.S. UNIT – III Multivariable unconstrained non-linear optimization problems: Numerical methods part a: Direct Search methods: Univariate method.Sharma.Change in the cost coefficients. Hook-Jeeve’s. 2 Optimization in Operations Research Ronald L..McGraw-Hill International Student edition. UNIT – IV Multivariable unconstrained non-linear optimization problems: Numerical methods part b: Gradient methods: Gradient of a function-Importance.Rao-New Age International Publications. New Delhi REFERENCE TEXT BOOKS 1 Optimization Theory & Practice: Beveridge & Schechter. Pattern Search methods: Powell.Introduction – formulation – Gomory cutting plane algorithm – branch and bound method L 3 T/P/D 1/-/C 3 UNIT – VII Sensitivity Analysis: Linear programming – Formulation – Simplex method and Artificial variable techniquesBig-M & two-phase methods. Operations Research. UNIT – VI a) b) Geometric Programming: Posynomials – arithmetic – geometric inequality – unconstrained G.Gradient direction search based methods: Steepest descent/ascent method. Numerical methods: Exhaustive Search methods.Wolfe’s and Beale’s methods. some problems based on this. Simulated annealing. Interpolation methods: Quadratic.S.jntuworld.jntuworld. 3.

pre-interview planning. modulation of voice. 2. Tech.study by learners. Further. 4. Presentation Skills – Oral presentations (individual and group) through JAM sessions/seminars and written presentations through posters/projects/reports/PPTs/e-mails/assignments etc. Participate in group discussions. scanning. Engage in debates. skimming. V. opening strategies. one master console. idioms and phrases. interview through tele and video-conferencing.. fluency and coherence. Introduction The introduction of the English Language Lab is considered essential at 3rd year level. study of word origin. Minimum Requirement: The English Language Lab shall have two parts: i) The Computer aided Language Lab for 60 students with 60 systems. Write project/research reports/technical reports. analogy.com . one-word substitutes.A System. The proposed course should be an integrated theory and lab course to enable students to use ‘good’ English and perform the following: Gather ideas and information. guessing meanings from context. Writing Skills – structure and presentation of different types of writing – Resume writing / e-correspondence/Technical report writing/Portfolio writing – planning for writing – research abilities/data collection/organizing data/tools/analysis – improving one’s writing. Reading Comprehension – reading for facts. intervention. Critical reading. Syllabus: The following course content is prescribed for the Advanced Communication Skills Lab: Functional English . ii) The Communication Skills Lab with movable chairs and audio-visual aids with a P. relevance. Group Discussion – dynamics of group discussion. Write formal letters. Interview Skills – concept and process. Make oral presentations. speak and write in English both for their professional and interpersonal communication in the globalised context. Vocabulary Building – synonyms and antonyms. LAN facility and English language software for self.www. a T.jntuworld. through a well-developed vocabulary and enable them to listen to English spoken at normal conversational speed by educated English speakers and respond appropriately in different socio-cultural and professional contexts. 3.starting a conversation – responding appropriately and relevantly – using the right body language – role play in different situations. read. AE – II Semester L 0 T/P/D -/3/C 2 ADVANCED ENGLISH COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB 1. word roots. inferring meaning. body language. summarizing. System Requirement ( Hardware component): Computer network with Lan with minimum 60 multimedia systems with the following specifications: i) P – IV Processor a) Speed – 2. Transfer information from non-verbal to verbal texts and vice versa. At this stage the students need to prepare themselves for their careers which may require them to listen to.jntuworld. answering strategies.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. to organise ideas relevantly and coherently.8 GHZ b) RAM – 512 MB Minimum c) Hard Disk – 80 GB www. a digital stereo –audio & video system and camcorder etc. prefixes and suffixes. Face interviews. they would be required to communicate their ideas relevantly and coherently in writing. To take part in social and professional communication. Objectives: This Lab focuses on using computer-aided multimedia instruction for language development to meet the following targets: To improve the students’ fluency in English.

7th Edition DELTA’s key to the Next Generation TOEFL Test: Advanced Skill Practice. 2009. JAICO Publishing House. Hyderabad 2008. 2. Herbert Puchta and Jeff Stranks with Meredith Levy. USA. Aysha Vishwamohan. 3. 12. For the English Language lab sessions. Interviewing Skills. Job Hunting by Colm Downes. 11. Handbook for Technical Writing by David A McMurrey & Joanne Buckely CENGAGE Learning 2008. Himayatnagar.com’ Preparing for being Interviewed. Positive Thinking. Time Management Team Building.com . Books Recommended: 1. 10. 8. Macmillan Publishers. there shall be a continuous evaluation during the year for 25 sessional marks and 50 End Examination marks. by Dreamtech TOEFL & GRE( KAPLAN. D. International English for Call Centres by Barry Tomalin and Suhashini Thomas. Dr G Natanam & Prof SA Sankaranarayanan. English Language Communication : A Reader cum Lab Manual Dr A Ramakrishna Rao. The End Examination shall be conducted by the teacher concerned with the help of another member of the staff of the same department of the same institution. Chennai 2008.jntuworld.www. 7. PHI Learning Pvt Ltd. Advanced Communication Skills Laboratory Manual by Sudha Rani. Lingua TOEFL CBT Insider. Communication Skills by Leena Sen. Cracking GRE by CLIFFS) The following software from ‘train2success.com ii) Headphones of High quality 5. The practical examinations for the English Language Laboratory practice shall be conducted as per the University norms prescribed for the core engineering practical sessions. DISTRIBUTION AND WEIGHTAGE OF MARKS: Advanced Communication Skills Lab Practicals: 1. Cambridge 6. Anuradha Publications. www. Cambridge University Press 2008. Suggested Software: Clarity Pronunciation Power – part II Oxford Advanced Learner’s Compass. 2006. Technical Communication by Meenakshi Raman & Sangeeta Sharma.. English for Technical Communication for Engineering Students. 4. AARCO & BARRONS. Master Public Speaking by Anne Nicholls. 2009. Management Shapers Series by Universities Press(India)Pvt Ltd. Of the 25 marks. Cambridge University Press 2008. English Vocabulary in Use series. Decision making English in Mind. New Delhi.. 5. 2.jntuworld. Books on TOEFL/GRE/GMAT/CAT/ IELTS by Barron’s/DELTA/Cambridge University Press. Tata Mc Graw-Hil 2009. Suggested Software: The software consisting of the prescribed topics elaborated above should be procured and used. Telephone Skills. 15 marks shall be awarded for day-to-day work and 10 marks to be awarded by conducting Internal Lab Test(s). Pearson Education 2011. Oxford University Press 2009. 9. 6.

landing gear & subsystems. 2001.mission profile. 6. 2005. Structures & Weight And Balance.P. Baseline Design Analysis. Cost estimation. J. 8. L 0 T/P/D -/3/C 2 www. ISBN: 0-521657222-9. wing loading. Tech. Keane.. 5. ISBN: 1-56347-281-0. Cambridge University Press. latest edition.com JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD III Year B. determination of thrust to weight ratio. performance and constraint analysis. J. F. crew station. 3rd edn.jntuworld. Wiley. Stinton. L. AE – II Semester FLIGHT VEHICLE DESIGN LAB 1. D. optimisation.www. second edition. Butterworth Heinemann. 5.. Aircraft Design Projects for Engineering Students. ISBN:0470-85540-1. refined sizing &trade studies. AIAA. 2. Introduction to Aircraft Design. 2. Airfoil and geometry selection..B. parametric analysis. A. 1999. 4. 5th edn.AIAA Aerospace Design Engineer’s Guide. initial sizing.R. and Marchman III. AIAA Education Series. Computational Approaches for Aerospace Design. Fielding.jntuworld. The Design of the Airplane. Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach. Propulsion & fuel system integration. First sizing & configuration layout.. ISBN: 0 7506 5772 3. ISBN: 0-56347-524-6.. J. Jane’s All the World Aircraft.P..conceptual sketches. Specification of design requirements.Aerodynamics & Propulsion. AIAA Education Series. ISBN 156347-590-1. Baseline design– stability & control. Jenkinson. Taylor. passengers & payload.. 2003. 2003. Jane’s. 6. 7. preparation of type specification report. Determination of final baseline design configuration. 3. P. REFERENCES 1. London. Raymer. 2005. And Nair. 3.J. 4. AIAA.com .

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