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School of Mechanical Engineering M.Tech -Advanced Manufacturing - In collaboration With M/s Lucas-TVS, Chennai
Code No. Course Periods per week L T P 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 0 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0

C 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 4 12 63

Semester I MAMGL101 MAMGL102 MAMGL103 MAMGL104 MAMGL105 MAMGL106 MAMGL107 Semester II MAMGL201 MAMGL202 MAMGL203 MAMGL204 MAMGL205 MAMGL206 MAMGL207 Semester III MAMGL301 MAMGL302 MAMGL303 MAMGL304 Semester IV MAMGL401 L - Lecture

Statistical Methods Mechanics of Metal cutting Metal Forming Technology Automation & Computer Integrated Manufacturing Logistics & Supply Chain Management Elective I CAD/CAM / CIM Lab Total Quality Management Optimization Techniques Precision Manufacturing Lean Manufacturing Systems Elective II Elective III Mechatronics & Automation Lab Elective IV Elective V Elective VI Project Phase I (Mini Project) Project Phase II

Total Number of Credits = T - Tutorial P - Practical C - Credits

List of Electives
MAMGLE0 1 MAMGLE0 2 MAMGLE0 3 MAMGLE0 4 MAMGLE0 5 MAMGLE0 6 MAMGLE0 7 MAMGLE0 8 MAMGLE0 9 MAMGLE1 0 MAMGLE1 1 MAMGLE1 2 MAMGLE1 3 MAMGLE1 4 MAMGLE1 5 MAMGLE1 6 MAMGLE1 7 Industrial Robotics Mechatronics Systems Reliability & Maintenance Engineering Design for Manufacturing Flexible Manufacturing Systems Non-Destructive Testing Tolerance Technology Computer Aided Metrology and Inspection System Simulation CNC and Adoptive Control Computer Aided Process Planning Industrial Safety Engineering Enterprise Resource Planning Accounting Concepts and Financial management Operations Strategy for Industry Industrial Engineering & Costing Human Resource Management


Cellular Manufacturing System Project Management


Introduction to probability theory – Random variable – Probability density and distribution functions – Standard distributions: Geometric, Hypergeometric, Binomial, Poisson, Normal, Log-Normal, Exponential, Gamma, Beta and Weibull distributions – Applications – Baye’s Theorem – Chebysev's Theorem. UNIT II Sampling distributions of statistical parameters – Standard error – central limit theorem – t, F and Chi-square distributions - Estimation – Point estimation - Interval estimation for population means, standard deviation, proportion, difference in mean, ratio of standard deviations, proportions - Maximum likelihood estimation, least square estimation and bayesian estimation. UNIT III TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS: Probability density function and applications of t, F, Chi square distributions - Large sample tests for means, variances, and proportions - Small sample tests for means, variances, and attributes.

U-test. concepts of factorial design.Non-parametric test – run test.. . two factor models. Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers. Probability and Statistics for Engineers. John Wiley and Sons. Prentice Hall of India. 3. UNIT IV Experimental designs – completely randomised blocks– Latin square – Analysis of variance – Methods for one. References: 1. H-test and kolmogorov-Smirnov (k-s) test – spearman rank correlation coefficient test. MAMGL 102: MECHANICS OF METAL CUTTING UNIT I Mechanics of Metal Cutting Introduction-Terms and Definitions-Chip formation-Types of chip-Forces acting on the cutting tool and their measurement-Specific Cutting Energy-Apparent mean shear strength of the work material-Chip thickness-Theory of Ernst and Merchant-Theory of Lee and Shaffer-Experimental Evidence of above theories-Friction in metal cutting Temperatures in Metal Cutting Heat generation in metal cutting-Heat transfer in a moving material-Temperature distribution in metal cutting-Temperatures in the Primary Deformation ZoneTemperatures in the Secondary Deformation Zone-Effect of cutting speed on temperatures-Measurement of cutting temperatures UNIT II Tool Life and Tool Wear Progressive tool wear-Crater Wear-Flank Wear-Tool Life Criteria-Effect of Built up Edge and tool angles on tool wear-Effect of Speed and Feed on cratering and Built up edge formation-Tool materials-Tool Wear and Machinability Testing-Factors affecting the machinability of metals Cutting Fluids and Surface Roughness Cutting fluids-Action of coolants-Boundary Lubrication-Lubrication in metal cuttingCharacteristics of an efficient lubricant in Metal Cutting-Surface Roughness-Ideal Surface Roughness-Natural Surface Roughness UNIT III Economics of Metal Cutting Operations . 2003. 1987. Montgomery D. sign test. Probability and Statistics for Engineers. E. 1994.. response surface methods and central composite designs. 2. PHI. Irwin Miller & John Freund. USA.C & Runger G.A. 6th Edition. fractional factorial design. Johnson R.C.

References: 1. Kuppusamy.W.flow stress determination . G. Metal cutting Principles. Boothroyd.strain rate . Calcutta.Yield criteria . V.analysis of open and closed . Design for Machining Introduction-Standardization-Choice of work material-Shape of work material-Shape of component-Assembly of components-Accuracy and surface finish. Oxford clarendon Press. Shaw.. Marcel Decker. Metal Cutting Theory and Cutting Tool Design. UNIT II . Metal cutting Theory and Practice.Introductory treatment of upper bound and lower bound analysis . Mir publishers. 3..defects.G And Knight.defects . Moscow. Principles of metal cutting.slab method of analysis of metal working .Introduction-Choice of feed-Choice of cutting speed-Tool life for minimum cost and minimum production time-Estimation of factors needed to determine optimum conditions Machining at maximum efficiency Nomenclature of Cutting Tools Introduction-Systems of cutting tool nomenclature-British Maximum Rake SystemAmerican Standards Association System-German System-New International StandardSetting System UNIT IV Machine Tool Vibrations Introduction-Forced vibrations-Self induced vibrations-Dynamics of metal cutting-Effect of undeformed chip thickness variations-Effect of Rake and Clearance angle variationsStability of the Cutting operation-Regenerative Chatter.C..A Fundamentals of Machining and Machine tools..Flow rule .Arshinov.plasticity of powder materials.formability. New York.1984. Rolling Classification .hot and cold rolling force analysis in Rollers.G. Universities Press(India)Ltd. forming limit diagram.1976 5. 1984 4.M. 1989 2. New central Book Agency(p) Ltd.die forging . Forging types .friction . UNIT II Forming of Metals I Different forming processes . 1996 MAMGL103: METAL FORMING TECHNOLOGY UNIT I Theory of Plastic Flow of Metals Flow curve .Introduction to Slip line field theory .Principle of Normality .analysis . Bhattacharya.powder forging .Alekseev.yield surface .

Volume 5 .Forging and Casting . MAMGL104: AUTOMATION & COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING UNIT-I Introduction to automation: Basic elements of an automated system.tube extrusion.electro magnetic . computer aided extrusion defects. material handling and storage systems. Metal Hand Book . Mc Graw Hill Book Company. 5. Classification and Overview of Manufacturing Systems. 1983.Hand Book of Metal Forging Processes . N. Input/output devices UNIT-II Automated Manufacturing Systems: Components. S.. J. 4. forms of computer process control Controlsystemcomponents. . process versus discrete manufacturing industries.explosive forming . Ltd.. modeling with Pertinets. Hosford W.defects. Metal Forming : Mechanics and Metallurgy . 1983. Avitzur B. NY. Dr. 2000. Parts Classification and Coding. and Caddell R.forming limit . F. actuators.different processes . Ponnalagusamy.defects. Theory of Engineering Plasticity. GT and Cellular Manufacturing – Part Families. . Sheet metal forming . Metal spinning and analysis. Cellular Manufacturing. Ahuja Book Company Pvt. References: George E. levels of automation. Application Consideration in GT Flexible manufacturing systems Introduction.. computer control system. Classification and Types of FMS. automation functions.1970. super plastic forming and applications. analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion. Mechanical Metallurgy. Elements of FMS. continuous versus discrete control.analysis of wire and tube drawing .. FMS – FMS Components-workstations.sensor. 1. computer process control. Prentice Hall Inc. Lay out configurations.hydrostatic extrusion . M. 2. Petrinets . FMS work stations.analysis . 3.. R. R. M.analysis of forces in sheet metal forming.A.. UNIT IV Advanced Forming Techniques High Energy rate forming-High velocity forming-dynapac.electrohydraulic forming . Narayanasamy and Dr.powder forming techniques . FMS Application and Benefits FMS Planning and Implementation issues.metal injection moulding. Drawing . Production Flow Analysis.Forming of Metals II Extrusion . 1988. Dieter. John Wiley & Sons..

Automation Production Systems and CIM . Tata McGraw-Hill edition. mnemonics.basic structure/o processing.analogue input/output. UNIT-IV Input/output system and Programmable logic controllers: Interfacing.Logistics As A Strategic Tools For Business Planning .Logistical Competency – Logistical Mission – Logistical Renaissance – Development Profile -Work Of Logistics – Integrated Logistics – Operating Objectives – Barriers To Internal Integration – Performance cycles Unit II: Customer Focus Customer Service . Principles and Applications of PLC . programming-ladder logic.Basic Service Capability – Increasing Customer Expectations – Value Based Services – Customer Satisfaction and Success Integration – Logistical Performance Cycles – Managing Operational Uncertainty. .Yorem Koren. Sequence of functions in CIM.Customer Focused Marketing . shift register. peripheral interface adapters. communication interfaces. Programmable logic controller.data handling. Guide lines for CIM development Benefits of CIM. REFERENCES: 1. Mechatronics-W. master and jump controls. selection of PLC. Asia 2006 3. Pearson education asia second edition 2001 MAMGL105: LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Unit I: Introduction Importance Of Supply Chain Management In Business Operations .Pearson Education. 2005 2. Computer control of manufacturing systems . CIM related standards. Mcmillan 2004 4.Webb John. I/O ports.Bolton. Interface requirements. .Mikell P Groover. Timers internal relays and counters.CIM data base management system. Elements of CIM system. Modern manufacturing.UNIT-III Computer integrated Manufacturing systems Introduction.

Object modeling and meshing using 3 D elements . Inc.S. 1996 Edition. Planning. Unit IV: Global Logistics Logistics In A Global Economy – Views Of Global Logistics – Global Operating Levels – Interlinked Global Economy . New Delhi. ‘Supply Chain Management’ Macmillan.Unit III: Channels Channel Structure – Economics Of Distribution – Channel Relationship – Logistical Service Alliances – Marketing Channel Structure. 1999 MAMGL107: CAD CAM CIM LAB Geometric modeling using MDT & CATIA V5 Creation of solid modeling from Orthographic two-dimensional outlines and primitives. Sahay. Ninth Edition 1998 3. Donald J Bowersox.B. David J Closs ‘Logistical Management – The Integrated Supply Chain Process’ The Mcgraw – Hill Companies. Implementation And Control’. 2. References: 1. PHI . Philip Kotler ‘Marketing Management – Analysis. Modifying an existing model Creation of two dimensional drawings from 3dimensional models Creation of surface modeling Analysis (Using FEA package) Simple stress and strain analysis of structural members Object modeling and meshing using 2 D elements.Global Supply Chain – Issues Related To Foreign Trade – Regulatory Aspects Of Foreign Trade.

quality control and quality assurance. types of quality audit.quality function. threading and boring operations. 2. Milling operations 4. Drilling.Kinematic analysis of simple mechanism Programming using G-code and M-code 1. 3. Turning and facing operations Radius and taper turning operations Thread cutting and grooving operations Turning. structure and Implementation.Causes of variations – chance and assignable Quality circle – functions. System audit objective of system audit. PLC based automation systems. quality in production. work cell software simulation. quality costs. internal quality audit & management review . Milling Operations Exercises on 3D CAM software 1. quality system. design & marketing. thread cutting and grooving using canned cycles. Turning operations 2. MAMGL201: TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT UNIT: 1 Quality Concepts :Introduction . Wirecut EDM operations Exercises on Robo Programming. 3. 4. 5. product Vs system audit. .

Total productive maintenance (TPM).Control charts for fractions non-conforming (p-charts). TQM organization structure. Dodge Rooming sampling plans. 2005 6. 5 S compaign.Control charts for mean and range mean and standard deviation.Sampling plan – single.Bell man's Principle of Optimality recursion equation approach. KANBAN. LTPD.S. 7 Management tools and FMEA.. Process capability analysis . number of non-conformities (c-charts).Oakland. “Total Quality Management” ELSEVIER Publications.Problems using SQC tables. and number of non-conformities per unit (u-chart). principles.2007 4.Tools and techniques . AQL. JIT techniques such as waste & its implementation. John. ISO clauses. 7 QC tools.S. PDCA cycle. . Grant – Tata Mc Graw Hill 2008 3. push versus pull systems. UNIT: 2 Control Charts: Theory of control chart. Chitale.Taguchi & Poka-Yoke technique. employee involvement JIT: JIT Production system. lot by lot acceptance sampling by attributes. M. Jain & A. number of non-conforming items (npchart). John Wiley & Sons. double.Oakland "Total Quality Management". Forward and backward computations. Statistical Quality Control by L. formulation of dynamic programming model . multiple & Sequential sampling plan. Kaizen. 2009 5.Multi Stage decision problems. Sundare Raju. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. "Total Quality Management". Operating characteristic curves (OC Curves). AOQL . Text with Cases 3/e ButterworthHeineman An Imprint of Elsevier Publications 2008 2. K. AQL system for Lot by Lot sampling. “Principles of Quality control”. Pvt. Acceptance sampling by variables. Ltd. Jerry Banks. Control chart for attributes . Organizing for TQM – Organizing for quality implementation. UNIT: 3 Sampling Techniques: Acceptance sampling – fundamental concepts and terms. Flow diagram. control chart for variables . Importance References: 1. Essentials of TQM. John. C. “Quality Assurance & TQM". 2007 MAMGL202: OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES UNIT I Dynamic Programming Basic Concepts . K. S. continuous and discrete type problem. UNIT: 4 TQM: Introduction. Khanna Publishers..

S.Objective Function .Traditional Optimization Techniques Genetic algorithm .UNIT II Non . Expansion and Contraction. New Delhi. Simulation – Random Number Generation – Monte Carlo Simulation – Advantages and Limitations of Simulation – Simulation Applications.Simulated Annealing .Reproduction .Mutation .Simplex Method. UNIT IV Non . Genetic Algorithms in Search. 3. New Delhi.Termination Criteria . Optimization Theory and Application.Newton's Method. Hamady A. Panneer Selvam. equipment.Introduction to Particle Swarm Optimization and Ant Colony Algorithm.Linear Programming Unconstrained Non-Linear Programming: .crossover . Branch and bound method for n jobs and m machines – Flow shop scheduling – job shop scheduling – Applications.2000. S. Operations Research.Numerical illustration . Indirect Search Method.. Random Jumbing Method. Rao . 1999 MAMGL 203: PRECISION MANUFACTURING UNIT I Non-Traditional Machining Processes Operating principles.. Reflection.Fitness Function . Printice Hall of India Private Limited. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Operations Research. 4. New Delhi. 2. Willey Eastern Ltd. process parameter & limitations of .E.Random Walk Method. optimization and Machine Learning.Direct Search Methods – Random Search Methods. Optimization for Engineering Design Algorithms and Examples. 2000 5.Parameter setting criteria. References Books 1. .Powell Methods. UNIT III Scheduling Production scheduling: – Single machine scheduling – Flow shop scheduling – Johnson’s Algorithm for n jobs and two machines – n jobs and three machines – Two jobs through m machines. 1999 Kalyanmoy Deb. Addison and Wesley. 1998 R. Printice Hall of India Private Limited.Conjugate gradient method. Gold Berg D. Taha.Steepest descent method.

Electrical processes: ECM & ECG . Molecular Engineering. Wellar. Actuator and Sensors. beam lithography. Chemical blanking & Chemical engraving. Mikell P. Steps in IC fabrication. Kalpakjian. Application and limitations. New Age International. and Mathew Haavisto. Nano-fabrication technologies and applications. Processes & Systems. UNIT III Rapid Prototyping Fundamentals of RP technology-Classification-liquid based-solid based-powder based. Electron lithography. Steps. Technique in MEMS. Marc J. Nanotechnology: Introduction. Materials. EDM.Mechanical Processes: Ultrasonic machining. Manufacturing Engineering & Technology. Top down and Bottom up approach. X-ray MAMGL204: LEAN MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS UNIT I . 1999 3.Thermal Processes: IBM. Ion lithography. 2001 4. 1984. Madou. J. 2. Microsystem Technology & Applications. LBM. Groover. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing – Materials. Willey Text Books. Extreme UV lithography. Non traditional Machining Process. UNIT IV MEMS & Nanotechnology MEMS: Introduction.Chemical Processes: Chemical milling. 2002. EDWC & Plasma arc machining . AJM & Water jet machining . UNIT II Lithography Photolithography. Fundamentals of Microfabrication Science of Miniaturization. SME Michigan. References: 1.

traditional Vs lean manufacturing. direct material. 3 Ronald G Askin. 2003.administrative lean. Bill Kastle.Worker involvement . overhead cost nature of overhead cost overhead absorption methods direct labour.cellular layout. number of pieces. UNIT II LEAN MANUFACTURING TOOLS & METHODOLOGIES: Standard work -communication of standard work to employees -standard work and flexibility -visual controls-quality at the source. VALUE STREAM MAPPING: The as-is diagram-the future state map-application to the factory simulation scenario-line balancing -poke yoka-Kanban overall equipment effectiveness. UNIT III MANUFACTURING STRATEGY AND SUPPLY CHAIN: Forecasting systems Dimensions of manufacturing strategy Supply chain management concepts Aggregate planning Single stage inventory control DECENTRALIZED PULL SYSTEMS: Kanban systems Constant work in process pull alternative MULTI STAGE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS: Materials requirement planning Capacity planning Managing change UNIT IV COST CONCEPTS: Cost structure labour.strategies for achieving target cost value analysis. What is Lean Six Sigma. material. Askin R G and Goldberg J B. 2. labour hour rate. TARGET COSTING AND TOTAL COST MANAGEMENT: Concept different approaches price based. LEAN MANUFACTURING CONCEPTS: Value creation and waste elimination. References: 1. core competence.5S principles -preventative maintenance-total quality management-total productive maintenance -changeover/setup time -batch size reduction -production leveling. outsourcing.main kinds of waste. McGraw-Hill. John Wiley and Sons Inc. New York. support activity value added analysis in manufacturing. machine hour rate methods cost control labour. Design and Analysis of Lean Production system.. overhead variance analysis. Design and Analysis of Lean Production Systems. material. cost based.pull production-different models of pull production-continuous flow-continuous improvement / Kaizen. John Wiley & Sons. 2004. ACTIVITY BASED COSTING: Concept objectives comparison with conventional costing activity cost drivers resource mapping resource driver activity cost shifting costs to activities designing the optimal ABC system.INTRODUCTION TO LEAN MANUFACTURING: Objectives of lean manufacturing-key principles and implications of lean manufacturing. ACTIVITY BASED MANAGEMENT: Concept value added analysis tree value added activity . Michael L George. 2002 . David T Rowlands. value based target costing. vendor development. strategic activity.

Using a electro pneumatic circuit. Thomas Mccarting. McGraw Hill Irwin. John Wiley and Sons. 8. Cost Management ? A Strategic Emphasis. control the A. 2006. MAMGL207: MECHATRONICS & AUTOMATION LAB 1. Design a simple pneumatic circuit to open and close the bus door. Design". Design a circuit controlling double acting cylinder using double pilot valve.4 Bedworth D D. 5. Design a pneumatic circuit using a double acting cylinder and 5/2 Hand . W rite a program to count the 100 strokes of the cylinder and stop the cycle. The double acting cylinder is used to dip washers in and out of the cleaning bath.C. The raising and lowering of the ladle should be controlled by push buttons. 2002. 5 Blocher chen and Lin. 7. Non servo motor clockwise and anti- 2. Using AND gate design a pneumatic circuit. 3. 6 Micheal Breamer. Design a pneumatic circuit using a time delay valve with AND and OR gate. "Integrated Production Control Systems Management. operated valve to open a main gate of a factory. ElectroPneumatics 9. Washers for injection pump are to be cleaned in a cleaning bath. Brain Mckibben. roller operated valve. 3\2 push button and 5\2 single pilot valve to control the cylinder position. Analysis. 6. Using OR gate design a pneumatic circuit. Six Sigma Financial Tracking and Reporting McGraw Hill. The double pilot valve has to be controlled by only one push button. 4. 10. Design a pneumatic circuit using a double acting cylinder to draw a liquid metal from a smelting crucible by a casting ladle and cast in moulds. Design a pneumatic circuit using a double acting cylinder.

direct and inverse kinematics .examples. UNIT III Jacbians in velocity and force domain. Spatial descriptions and Transformations . Exercises on linear slideways and conveyors with sensors. UNIT II Manipulator kinematics – Denevit-Hartenberg representation . MAMGLE01:INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS UNIT I Introduction to Robotics – components of an Industrial Robot – classification mechanics and control of manipulators.operations and mapping. 11. Singularity and static forces. Introduction to dynamics.clockwise with time delay.collision-free path planning. . Trajectory planning – joint space and task space schemes . UNIT IV Robot programming concepts – Lead through and textual programming – LISP – Speech/ voice programming. Robotic applications in manufacturing – material handling – processing – assembly.

MAMGL E02: UNIT I Introduction MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS Definition of Mechatronics. McGraw Hill International Edition. Nagel and Nicholas G.Displacement. Mitchell Weiss. Odrey. Fu. Programming and applications. Robotics: control.Temperature sensors .. Creig. UNIT II Sensors and Transducers Introduction . Introduction to Robotics. Analysis and Simulation – Man Machine interface. 1987. Position and Proximity Velocity and Motion – Fluid pressure . vision and intelligence.Servo systems. Mechanics and control. Industrial Robotics: Technology. Open loop & Closed loop control – Peizo electrical and magneto strictive actuators – materials.References: 1.Selection of sensors .Signal processing .Performance Terminology . UNIT IV Programmable Logic Controllers .Light sensors . 2002. John J. Gonzalez and Lee. Ltd. Illustrative examples for positioning vibration isolation. UNIT III Drives and Actuators Hydraulic and pneumatic drives – electrical actuators such as Servo Motor and Stepper Motor – drive Circuits.Control Systems . Mikel P.Traditional design and Mechatronics Design – system and design – Mechatronics approach – integrated product design – Modeling. 3. Roger N. McGraw Hill International edition. Groover. sensing. 2. 1986.Measurement Systems . Mechatronics in Products . static and dynamic characteristics. Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte.

Selection of PLC. 1999. reliability achievement and utility cost models. McGraw-Hill International editions. 1999.Analog input / output . HMT limited.Definition and its importance. unit redundancy and standby redundancy UNIT II Maintenance Systems and Economics of Reliability Maintainability and Availability concepts.MTTF. Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems.Basic structure – Input / Output processing .Introduction .important concepts. MTBF and MDT. element redundancy. Economics of ReliabilityEconomic issue.. 2001 MAMGLE03: RELIABILITY &MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING UNIT I Reliability Analysis Reliability.individual preventive replacement policy.preventive replacement-individual breakdown replacement policy.. Thomas press Ltd. Reliability functions. MTTR. 3. New Delhi. redundancy. linearly increasing and weibull Models. depreciation cost models.Histand and David g.preventive .Data handling . 2. Hazard Models. Alciatore. System Reliability-Series. Maintainability and Availability functions and their mathematical expressions. Bathtub curve. Bolton w. McGraw-Hill publishing company Ltd. Parallel and mixed configurations. Customer’s cost. Mechatronics. Mechatronics. Manufacturer’s cost. Internal relays and counters .Programming -Mnemonics Timers. Case studies: Mechatronics design of a coin counter Robotic walking machine Car engine management References: 1. Reliability improvement techniques. Michael B. availability cost model for parallel systems UNIT III Maintenance and Spares Management Maintenance and Spares Management.Constant. Failure &Causes of Failure.

minimum part assessment. development of modular design.computer aided maintenanc REFERENCES: 1.vibration instruments-data representation. material selection process. Affliated East West Press Pvt. Mechanical Fault Diagnosis & Condition Monitoring.L. 2009 MAMGL04: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING UNIT – I DESIGN PROCESS Methodologies and tools. Principal materials used in manufacturing. design of parts to be multifunctional.Queuing theory applications in maintenance planning – Control of spare parts-regular spares-insurance spares-capital spares. performance characteristics of materials.A.ferrography. Design for minimum number of parts. Naikan..preventive versus breakdown maintenance. 1991 2. Reliabilty Engineering. Ltd.contaminant analysisspectrometric oil analysis procedure.S. Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Company.Srinath.advantages and disadvantages-vibration monitoringvibration parameters.Balagurusamy E.PHI Learning Pvt.V. Evaluation methods for material selection.group replacement.vibration measurements.Ltd. Poka Yoka principles. multi-use. Taguchi method. . New 4... ease of fabrication. Reliabilty Engineering.magnetic chip detectors. Reliabilty Engineering & Life Testing.maintenance policy UNIT IV Condition Monitoring and Analysis Condition based maintenance.N.1977 3. failure mode analysis. manufacturing process rules.data interpretation-signature analysis. robustness assessment. UNIT – II MATERIAL SELECTION Factors determining choice of materials.. Value Analysis. design for assembly and evaluation. minimizing part variations.Collact.

“Designing for Manufacture”. UNIT II Database of FMS Introduction to DBMS – Distributed system in FMS – computer network – architectures in FMS. Economic justification. 1967. 1983.UNIT – III DESIGN FOR FABRICATION Design for machining.Dieter.F. scheduling & control. feature tolerance. applying probability of tolerances. McGraw Hill 1st edition. References: 1. “Tolerance Control in Design and Manufacturing” .Georage . Industrial Press Inc. “Dimensioning and Tolerance for Quantity Production”. Engineering Design. 1983 2. FMS project management planning. Analysis of tappers. Pitman Publications. screw threads. surface finish. Design for castings. 3. DNC – DNC system. Sports M.1987 MAMGL E05: FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS UNIT I Introduction to FMS FMS concepts – components of FMS. Design for welding. Harry Peck. Wade. Geometric analysis and applications. . Prentice Hall Inc.. review of relationship between attainable tolerance grades and difference in machining processes. Features of DNC system. Oliver R. Design for powder metallurgy. Design for assembly. communication between DNC computer and machine control unit. UNIT – IV GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS Process capability. Computer networks protocol & distributed database management system. geometric tolerance. New York Publications. Design for sheet metal forming. 4. Distributed tool database & part programming style in FMS.E. Design for forgings.

FMS in practice.Robots and machine interface and work cell controller. 4. 2. Parish. The Design and Operation of FMS. UNIT IV Material Handling Systems Automatic storage and retrieval system – AGV – Fixed path and free range vehicle – application of AGV Systems – Industrial Robotics – Programming – Cell Design – Material Handling and Assembly application .UNIT III Group Technology Part families – Classification and coding – production flow analysis – machine cell design – benefits. Butterworth. Roser Bonetto. 1988. Flexible Manufacturing. Paul Ranky. 1990. 3. Prentice Hall. Automation. 1987. David J. References: 1. Production system & Computer Integrated Manufacturing. 1983. Groover. Mikell P.Fiber optic borescopes – Rigid borescopes – Construction – Machine vision technology – Image sensors Liquid Penetrant Testing: Principles – Types of Penetrants & /developers – Penetrant testing processes Magnetic Particle Testing: Principles – electrically induced magnetism – Magnetic particle testing systems – Demagnetization procedure UNIT II Ultrasonic Testing Principle – Typical transducer characteristics – Types of ultrasonic wave propagation – types of transducers – Construction of probes – Ultrasonic testing of methods – . MAMGLE06: NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING UNIT I Surface Non-destructive Testing Visual Inspection: Basic of visual aids – Borescopes. North Oxford academic council. IFS Publication.

Modifiers and symbols . 2000 2.application Acoustic emission testing – Principle – application Leak testing – Pressure test and types – Halogen detectors – Helium leak testing Thermography – Principle – Detectors – Equipment – Techniques .Inspection procedures – Ultrasonic system display – Selection and use of coupling media UNIT III Radiographic Testing Principle – X-ray and Gamma ray generation – X-ray tube construction – Geometric principle in radiography – Absorption and scattering – Radiographic screen – Penetrameter – Gamma ray source – Handling equipment – Film handling and storage UNIT IV Modern NDT Techniques Eddy current testing – Principle . Non-Destructive Testing Handbook. Section X.Hand Book .Applications References: 1. ASM. 2000 MAMGLE07: TOLERANCE TECHNOLOGY UNIT I Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing Limits. Fits – Tolerance – IT grades. Basic terms and concepts of GD and tolerancing. Vollume XVII. Hole basis system – Shaft basis system. ASNDT.

Spotts. Orientation and Position Tolerance of Related Features Introduction to datum system and datum target Interpretation. Straightness. 1983 4. profile of line and surface UNIT III Form.UNIT II Surface Texture. Design for manufacture CH. concentricity and symmetry control UNIT IV Tolerance Stack Tolerance stack . 1973 MAMGLE08: COMPUTER AIDED METROLOGY AND INSPECTION UNIT I Laser Metrology . angularity – circular total run out. cylindricity. ASME – Study manual on Tolerance stacks Volume I second edition 1994 2. Harry S Peck. Interpretation.Virtual condition concepts – Definition – part stack and assembly using coordinate – Dimensioning and geometry dimensioning and tolerancing Reference Books 1. Dimensioning and tolerancing of mass production Prentice Hall Inc.III Pitman. perpendicularity. Form Tolerance Single Features Surface texture – Definition – Symbols for indicating surface texture. Inspection and application of parallism. Inspection and application of flatness control. circularity. New Jercy. ASME – Self study work book on GD & T second edition 1994 3.

Watson. UNIT II Co-Ordinate Measuring Machines Evolution of measurement – coordinate measuring machines – Non Cartesian CMMS – Accessory elements – Application software – Performance evaluations – Temperature fundamentals – Environmental Control – Accuracy enhancement – Applications – Measurement integration. Pub New York. Van Nostrand Reinhold (UK) Co Ltd. 3..G. UNIT IV Image Processing and its Application in Metrology Shape identification – Edge detection techniques – Normalization – Grey scale correlation – Template techniques – Surface roughness using vision system – Interfacing robot and image processing system – Measurement of length and diameters. Butterworh Pub. Reference Books 1.International Journals on CIRP.Thomas G. 2.Robert.. 1989. UNIT III Opto-Electronic Measuring Systems Opto electronic devices contact and non-contact types – Applications in on-line and in-process monitoring systems – Tool wear measurement – Manufacturing metrology – 3D surface roughness. 1974.G.Ulrich-Rembold. Optoelectronic for technology and Engineering. Seippel.LASER interferometer – LASER alignment telescope – LASER micrometer – on-line and inprocess measurements of diameter and surface roughness using LASER – Micro holes and surface topography measurements – Straightness and flatness measurement. Prentice Hall New Jersey. Engineering Metrology. 4.J. Marcel Dekker. 1988. Optoelectronic. 1993. MAMGLE09: SYSTEM SIMULATION . Interface technology for computer controlled manufacturing processes. Armbruster and Ulzmann. 5.

General systems. 1975. Jeo H Mize and J Grady Cox. Jeffrey L Whitten.simple random and simulated. Prentice Hall. Jerry Banks And John S Carson. Elements of systems. Prentice Hall. 2.. System analysis and design methods. UNIT IV Simulation Language Development of simulation models using the simulation language studied for systems like: Queuing systems – production systems – inventory systems . R. Essentials of simulation.UNIT I Introduction Basics concepts of systems. 3. Validation – application of simulation in industries.E. theory. MAMGLE10: CNC AND ADAPTIVE CONTROL . John Wiley 1974. Simulation using GPSS.maintenance and replacement systems – investment analysis and network.Shannon. References: 1. concept of simulation – simulation as a decision-making tool – types of simulation – system modeling and types of modeling – desk and bench mark simulation. engineering and scientific organizations. 5. UNIT III Design of Simulation Experiments Problem formulation – data collection and reduction time flow mechanism – key variables – logic flowchart starting condition – run size – experimental design consideration – output analysis and interpretation. Discrete event system simulation. UNIT II Random Number Probability and statistical concepts of simulation – pseudo random numbers – Methods of generating random variables –discrete and continuous distribution –testing of random numbers – sampling . Thomas J Schriber. Calgotia Publications pvt ltd. 1968. Prentice Hall. 1991. 4. Lonnie D Bentley & Victor M Brace. Systems simulation the art and science. 1984.

Feed back devices: Encoders – Resolvers – Inductosyn – tachometer & laser inferometer UNIT III CNC Part Programming NC words-Manual Programming. Kundra.. T. P. K. Rao. P. Khanna Pub. air bearings. 1988.N. Computer Aided Part Programming. milling and grinding process & practical problems with adaptive control. References: 1. Programming for Fanuc and Sinumeric control system. Yoram Koren. APT Part programming. 1985. 2. New Central Book Agency. New Delhi. . Parametric programming and post processors. & Diwari.. 3. Radhakrishnan.UNIT I Introduction to CNC Machine Fundamentals of NC – Classification of CNC system – Design consideration for CNC machine tool – methods for improving machine accuracy – MCU Function – CNC controllers – Interpolators UNIT II System Drives and Control Drives: Hydraulics systems – DC motors – AC motors – Stepping motors – Servomotors Transmission systems – recirculating ball screw. Tata McGraw Hill.. UNIT IV Adaptive Control System Introduction. 1992. LM guideways. New Delhi. Calcutta. Numerical Control of Machine Tools. Computer Numerical Control Machines. Adaptive control for turning. Adaptive control with constrains. Adaptive control with Optimization.. Numerical Control and Computer aided manufacturing.

2. An Introduction to automated process planning systems. Richard A. Principles of Process Planning A logical approach. CAPP. T. Gideon Halevi and Roland D.Process Planning and Production Planning – Process Planning and Concurrent Engineering. UNIT III Process Engineering and CAPP Process planning: Experienced. CAPP: Logical Design of a Process Planning .Variant process planning . 1995.GT coding .Geometric transformation . Al.MAMGLE11: COMPUTER AIDED PROCESS PLANNING UNIT I Introduction The Place of Process Planning in the Manufacturing cycle . References: 1. Expert process planning.Wysk..Implementation considerations manufacturing system components.An Overview . 1985. 1996. 4.Data Structure. 3. Chapman & Hall. An Expert Process Planning System.The optiz system . No. based planning . of production families UNIT IV Integrated Process Planning Systems Totally integrated process planning systems . operation . UNIT II Part Design Representation Design Drafting . Systems Approach to Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing. Prentice Hall. . Weill. 1985. Group Technology.Forward and Backward planning.The MICLASS system.Decision table and decision trees Process capability analysis . Production Volume.Modulus structure . Chang.C.Generative approach . Tien-Chien Chang.Report Generation.Conventional tolerance .Geometric tolerance – CAD topology . Prentice Hall. Input format. Nanua Singh.Process Planning . John Wiley & Sons.Dimensioning .Data structure – Geometric modeling for process planning .Perspective transformation .

1983. H. water. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Personnel protection equipmenthead protection-eye protection-ear protection-Naval protection-Face protection-Hand protection-Leg and foot protection References: 1. MAMGLE12: INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ENGINEERING UNIT I Accident Prevention Accident: Injury-unsafe act-unsafe condition-Dangerous occurrence-Reportable accidents & Need for Safety. 2000. 1980. Computer Aided Manufacturing . Rao. Newyork. 3. brazing and grinding operation-Safety in electro-plating and heat treatment operation-painting. Other Operations: Safety in welding and cutting-Safety in soldering. Cold forming of metals: Safety in use of power presses-Hand and foot operation presses-Hydraulic Presses-shearing press and rolling mills-safety in wire drawing operation. Safety education and training: Importance-various training methods-development of various training programs-Safety publicity by various means. Communication: Purpose-barrier to effective communication-Guidelines for good communication. Industrial accident Prevention. Accident Prevention Manual for Industrial Operation. Hot forming of metals: Safety in foundry-forging-hot pressing and hot rolling operation. 1982. UNIT III Fire Safety Fire Triangle-various classes of fire stages in fire-Basics modes of fire-fire prevention-fire extinguisher-portable. foam. John Ridhey. UNIT II Safety in use of machine Safe use of various types of hand tools for metal cutting. DCP & CO2. Safety at work.W. NSC.6. London.. . Bullerworth and company Ltd. 2. UNIT IV Personnel Safety Principles of ergonomics-human behaviors-motivation. Involvement in Safety: Role of management-supervisors-workersunions-Government and voluntary agencies. Mcgraw Hill Company. Fixed fire fighting systems-sprinklerhydrant-CO2-foam. Heinrich.

MAMGLE13: UNIT I Introduction ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING Evolution of ERP – types of Engg. R. 2. New Delhi. Gupta. UNIT III Systems Approach to Supply Chain Management. 4. Michael Hammer & James Chamby. Bombay. References: 1. Introduction To Supply Chain Management. Enterprises and supply structures –study of MRP & MRP II systems – deficiency of MRP systems – need for integration of MRP with other business systems – ERP – products and markets UNIT II ERP Packages Market leaders in ERP – packages – SAP – BAAN – ORACLE – People SOFT.D Edwards – modules in ERP – work force management – materials management – inter. Ernest. L Jr Nicholas.E-Business & ERP : Transforming The Enterprise. Development of supply chain modules – use of forecasting inputs in chain models – systems approach to integrating supply chain manufacturing.measuring benefits of ERP. 1999 Crant Norris. 1999 . Handbook of Fire Technology. 3. UNIT IV Re-Engineering & ERP Implementation Periods Identifying ERP benefits – team formation – consultant intervention – selection of ERP – process of ERP implementation – managing change in it organization – preparing its infrastructure – need for re-engineering before ERP implementation.site logistics operation – demand and capacity planning modules system. J.4.1997 Sahay..S. Orient Longman. Macmillan. 1997.management with financial systems – identifying opportunities for ERP implementation. Enterprise Resource Planning . Reengineering The Corporation.2000 Robert B Manelfield.

Institutions. published accounts. Interest rates and Tax system. MIRR. Cash Management – Sources of short-term capital – Commercial papers.Discounted cash flow analysis . bank loans. Optimum Capital Structure. Capital Budgeting: Project ideas and cash flow estimation – Project selection – NPV. Risk and Returns: Stand-alone risk and portfolio risk – Risk-return theory – Capital Asset Pricing Model Unit II Time value of money: Present and Future value – Present Value of different types of cash streams .MAMGLE14: ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Unit I Introduction to Accounting & financial management: Introduction to book keeping. Strategic Planning – Forecasting financial statements – Capital Structure – Significance of capital structure. Need for financial management – Responsibilities of financial manager . Unit III Financing Decisions & Planning: Introduction to business finance. Preferred Stock. activity based costing.Identifying relevant cash flow items. Preparation of Balance Sheet & Income Statement. Dual entry process. Trial Balance. Short-term financing : Introduction to working capital – Current Asset Management – Inventory Management. constructing cash flows. financial environment – Markets. common size analysis. Receivables Management. PI methods – Comparisons – Optimum capital budget – Capital rationing.Organization ownership – Goals of an organization – Shareholder wealth – Analysis of financial statements – Ratio analysis. budgetary controls and techniques. percentage change analysis. common stock and preferred stock – Different Approaches – Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC). IRR. special cases of cash flow analysis Cost of Capital: Components of Capital – Debt. payables .Project Cash Flow Analysis . Common stock – Cost of debt. Special and adjusting entries.

K. impact of operations strategy at different levels of organization. b. analysis of strategy. 2004. process planning. . Steven C. business environment. c. Donald waters. implementation of operations strategy. capacity management. Operations. 2002. formulation. Unit II Strategic decisions in operations. David M. U. case studies. international manufacturing operations. MAMGLE15: OPERATION STRATEGY FOR INDUSTRIES Unit I Introduction to operations strategy and its importance in an industrial business. d. Unit III Operations strategy decisions. 1990. business strategy. Lee J. Outsourcing strategy. measuring the performance of operations strategies. Financial model for a business. Strategy & technology. Pisano. strategy design. strategies. quality management. evolution of manufacturing and the journey to World Class. Gary P. products and innovation. cost-volume relationship. implementation. supply chain. Operations strategy.Krajewaki & Larry P. Variance analysis. Thomson Learning Co. Prentice Hall. Hayes. Wiley. Nigel Slack & Michael Lewis. Operations Management. global distribution. implementation of operations strategy. Operations Strategy. Upton. strategy design. Importance of budgeting. Adisson Wesley. impact on business and operational activities. global sourcing. issues. Wheelwright. case studies. areas of measurements. References: a. Unit IV World class manufacturing. Tata McGraw Hill.Ritzman. References: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance – Ross. Operations Strategy. Robert H.. case studies-application of tools learnt. planning and evaluation of capital and revenue expenditure. Westerfield & Jordan. tools. global manufacturing. interpreting financial ratios to internal and external accounting. practices. Integration of operations strategy with company’s. tools and techniques.Unit IV Management Accounting: Types of costs. Examples of strategy formulations. strategic management.

Methods. objectives. factors influencing layout. Prentice Hall. Work study-Introduction. Manufacturing and operations strategy.Types of Wage Incentive Plans.Value analysis and engineering-techniques. UNIT 3 Job evaluation.Wage Payment Plans. Point method.Definition.Group incentive Plans UNIT 4 Raw Material Cost .e.Objectives.Expenses . Contributions.Cost of Product (Ladder of cost) . Concept of Work content. Materials handling-principles -types and selection of materials handling equipments. Classification method. procedure. Plant layout-definition.motion economy principles. Factor comparison method.Introduction. Method studydefinition. Merit Rating.Factory expenses- .Objectives-Procedure-Methods-Ranking method. Function of Industrial Engineer. 1991 MAMGLE16: INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND COSTING UNIT 1 Industrial Engineering . Techniques.Analysis of overhead expenses . types of layout-tools and techniques. work measurement-purpose-use-procedure-tools and techniques. UNIT 2 Plant location. principles.standard time.Labour Cost –Energy and consumables cost . Importance. tools and techniques. Danny Samson. objectives.

Shanker. Social influence. Prentice Hall. Extinction . Sources of finance. Galgotia Publications pvt. Dr. Operant conditioning. Reinforcement.Compliance & . Power & Influence. Personality Traits . Process.Causes of depreciation . Determinants. R. 4. Enhancing Employees motivation. Classical Conditioning. MAMGLE17: HUMAN RESOURCE TECHNIQUES UNIT I Introduction – Perception.Overcoming ObstaclesPersonality. Depreciation . Profit Loss account. Mahajan. Horngren.Methods of depreciation. Martand Telsang. USA. Punishment – Motivation.Administrative expenses . Dhanpat Rai & sons. 1997 3. M.Datar ‘Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis’. References: 1. S.Dimensions – Attitude.Conformity.Selling and Distributing expenses .Chand &Company Ltd.Obstacles in accurate perception. Performance through reward system – Goal setting – Expectations – related case study UNIT III Distinguishing Obedience. George Fostel and Srikant M. 2. Ltd. “Industrial Engineering and Management”.“Industrial Engineering and Production Management”. Change and Actions – related case study UNIT II Interpersonal Behaviour – Learning Process. " Industrial engineering and Production Management ". Process. Contract costing -Activity based costing.. Formation.Allocation of overhead expenses. Reinforcement Schedules. 2002.Charles T.

CMS models-cost and noncost based. Ethics in Decision Making Creativity.selection devices. Methods of enhancing Creativity. Unit III Cell layout-inter and intra.2004 2. Establishing a climate for Creativity Manging Conflict and its sources – Causes of job related stress and coping with it.Gangadhar Rao. Prentice Hall of India.Brain Washing (Thought Control) Decision Making. Reprint 2000 3. implementation of GT and CMS. Characteristics of creative individuals. types of GT. Characteristics of a negotiation or bargaining situation – Interdependence. Purposes of Performance Evaluation(PE). Improvement Techniques.. Types and methods of training. PE&Motivation.S. Behaviour in Organisations. team approach. Stephen P. Negotiation. Rao and P. Nature.P. M. 10th Edition. Mutual adjustment. Udai Pareek. Methods of PE. Periods UNIT IV Job Analysis. limitations. Organisational Behaviour. Career Development.Robbins. Personal Vs Organisational decisions. Suggestions for improving PE. design strategies. design and characteristics of GT. Konark Publishing Ltd. traditional and nontraditional approaches to design of CMS. Management Interface. Organisational Behaviour.V. group technology. Reprint 2004 4.Baron. Measuring Creativity. Jerald Greenberg & Robert A. 15 . Ethics References: 1. Providing performance feedback. Unit II Cellular manufacturing system. benefits of GT. Interdependence & Perceptions. Oxford University Press. CMS models. Pearson Education. – The Union. 2004 MAMGLE18: CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEM Unit I Traditional manufacturing systems.S.Propaganda. batch sequencing and sizing. Narayana. Programmed Vs Non – Programmed decisions. Understanding Organisational Behaviour.

MAMGLE19: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Unit I Definition of project-identification. 1991. materials resource planning. economic aspects of CMS.L. 1999. Group Technology in Engineering Industry. London. Springer. Mechanical Engineering Pub. cell loading. NY.J. formulation.Burbridge J. Irani. 1998. Hand Book of Cellular Manufacturing Systems. classification. G.Nallan C. 2. . 4. Suresh and John M Kay. References: 1. and Vakharia A.. parametric analysis of CMS.. Group Technology and Cellular Manufacturing. TAB Books.T Planning and Operation in the Automated Factory. Project life cycle-selection-feasibility report – techno-economic study and its appraisal – detailed project report and forecast on returns. their requirements and methods of analysis of feasibility report and detailed project reports. Hand Book.Unit IV Performance analysis. Wiley. Unit II Cost of project – funding methods-securing funds-cost benefit analysis-risk analysis-types of funds for projects-funding institutions-approach of funding institution to project. objectives – factors determining the project – influencing the project.Askin R. 3.G. of Technology and Management.

McGraw-Hill Professional.Jack Gido. 2000. S.Prasanna Chandra. References: 1. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. 2001 .. New Delhi. Unit IV Personnel and industrial relations to projects-intra and inter-personnel processorganisation behavior-job satisfaction-attitudes-motivation-morale-leadership-group dynamics-communication-welfare measures-social security. Industrial Press. Project preparation appraisal. 3. 2000. Project management. Gary Heerkens.Unit III Execution of projects – commencement of projects-scheduling of projects-use of PERT/CPM-their merits and limitations-placement of order for materials and the worksthe constraints-planning at macro and micro levels-monitoring-co-ordination and documenting the project execution-progress review-cost/time overrun. 4. 2002.Project management. Rao. Chand & Co. Budgetry and Implementation. An Introduction to Project Planning.

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