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SCHEME OF TEACHING & EXAMINATION

**B.E. VII SEMESTER MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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Scheme of Periods per Examination Total Week Theory/Pract. Marks L 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. 337711 (37) 337712 (37) 337713 (37) 337714 (37) Automobile Engg. Heat & mass Transfer Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Operations Research Professional Elective – II Automobile Engg. Lab Heat & mass Transfer Lab Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Lab Minor Project 4 4 4 4 4 T 1 1 1 1 1 5 P ESE CT TA 3 3 3 3 2 1 80 80 80 80 80 40 40 40 100 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 120 120 120 120 120 60 60 60 140 40 40 1000 5 5 5 5 5 2 2 2 2 1 34 Credit

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Board of Study

Subject Code

Subject

Refer Table -2 Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. Mech. Engg. Management Mech. Engg. 337721 (37) 337722 (37) 337723 (37) 337724 (37) 300725 (36) 337726 (37)

Innovative & Entrepreneurial Skills ** Practical Training Evaluation / Library Total 20

15 620 100 280

L- Lecture P- Practical , CT- Class Test

T- Tutorial ESE- End Semester Exam TA- Teacher's Assessment

**To be completed after VI Sem. and before the commencement of VII Sem.

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1 2 3 4 5 6

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Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical Mechanical

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**Table – II Professional Elective- II Code Name of Subject
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337751 (37) 337752 (37) 337753 (37) 337754 (37) 337755 (37) 337756 (37) Quality Control & Total Quality Management Reliability Based Design Finite Element Method Product Development Numerical Control of Machine Tools Nuclear Power Engineering

Note : Note :

1/4 of total strength of students subject to minimum of twenty students is required to offer an elective in the college in a particular academic session. Choice of elective course once made for an examination cannot be changed for future examinations.

Testing of automobiles. synchromesh device. steering geometry viz castor. lighting circuit. cut out. rolling & gradient resistance. principles of working & characteristics. Narang – Khanna Publishers REFERENCE BOOKS 1. functions. Govindan – Anuradha Agencies 3. characteristics. air.power operated brakes: UNIT – V Steering system:. Tyres: Types specification.Dr. friction clutch. types of steering gears. center point steering. Electrical System: Battery construction. torsion bar. causes of tyre wear & rim. coiled. Torque converter with direct drive. Automobile Engineering – K. reversibility of steering. horn.Sliding mesh. simple & double arm parallel & perpendicular type of suspension system. Subject: Automobile Engineering Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 Branch: Mechanical Engg. disc brakes. slip joint. positive clutch. rubber.Layout of chassis & its main components. stub axle. lubrication of gear box. cornering power. Code: 337711 (37) Total Tutorial Period : 12 UNIT-I Chassis & Frame . Suspension system & Springs -Objects & principles of suspension. UNIT – IV Universal Joint-: Types. Giri – Khanna Publishers 2. UNIT – III Gear Box: Object of Gear Box. Motor Vehicle – Newton & Steeds – Life & Sons Limited. condition of true rolling. under-over steer. Front Axle: Live & dead axle. Types of Gear Boxes:. power steering. . Torque converter: Principles of working. Automobile Engineering – Kripal Singh – Standard Publications 2. performance curve. limited slip differential. single & double reduction differential. stabilizer. centrifugal clutch. Gas filled suspension system. Correct steering equation and related problems. signals etc. calculation of turning radius. leaf. friction plate clutch lining materials. tractive effort variation with speed. hydraulic. Telescopic damper. antiskid brakes. Torque transmitted and related problems. Brakes & Braking system: Purpose. UNIT – II Clutches Characteristics. types viz. system. self energizing & self adjusting brakes.Purpose.Gear & links. K. R. types of frames. TEXT BOOKS 1. testing and charging. VII Sem. conventional frames & unitized chassis. layout of braking system. single plate. rigid axle suspension & Independent suspension for front & rear ends. Differential – Functions.S. mechanical. Automobile Engineering . principles. Automobile Engineering – G. Classification. propeller shaft. constant mesh. multi plate. camber. Back Axle: Hotch kiss drive. toe out. principles of operation of clutch. torque tube drive. Tandoma master cylinder wheel cylinder. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. maintenance. automatic transmission. Springs . effect of shimmy. king pin inclination toe in. N. Fluid flywheel Construction.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Air. overdrive.B. Automotive Mechanics – Heitner 4.E. types. master cylinder. suspension system.

Code: 337712 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 N. velocity and Thermal Boundary layer. liquids and gases.M. boiling regimes and boiling curve. Transient/Unsteady State Heat Conduction System with negligible internal resistance. thermal transfer. Determination of heat exchanger performance. One dimensional steady state conduction. UNIT . Fourier’s.T. Solution through Heisler`s chart. Design of fins for maximum heat transfer. critical thickness of insulation. Solution for different boundary condition. factors influencing conductivity measurement. Natural Convection Physical Mechanism of Natural Convection. Flow across cylinders and spheres. extended surfaces rectangular. Film condensation. thermal diffusivity. Approximate solution. Analysis restricted to parallel and counter flow heat exchanger (LMTD and NTU method) .II Fins Conduction convection system. convection boundary conditions. empirical relationship for natural convection. Conduction with heat generation in flat and cylinders. linear heat flow through a plane and composite wall. circumferential and pin fins. Heat transfer correlation for inclined plates. tube and sphere. Conduction The thermal conductivity of solids. General conduction analysis. Data Book (PSG). : . overall heat transfer coefficient. Reynold’s analogy. VII Sem. Condensation heat transfer. Dimensional analysis for forced convection. The general differential equation of conduction. Flow in tubes. Unsteady state conduction through finite and semi. Horizontal bank tubes. Use of fin analysis for measuring temperature error of Thermometer. triangular. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. Pool boiling.E. UNIT – III Forced Convection Physical Mechanism of Forced Convection. Subject: Heat & Mass Transfer Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 Branch: Mechanical Engg. Effectiveness and efficiency of fins.H.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. vertical tubes. Dimensional analysis of natural convection.B. Flow over plates. Newton’s and Stefan Boltzman’s Law. Combined modes of heat transfer. fins of uniform and non-uniform cross sectional area. Heat Exchangers Different types of heat exchangers. Effect of variable thermal conductivity.infinite slab without surface resistance. UNIT – I Introduction Various modes of heat transfer. UNIT IV Two Phase Heat Transfer Boiling heat transfer. Heat dissipated by a fin. Fifth Edition “Wiley Eastern Limited” Permitted in the Examination. Lumped capacity method and its Validity. derivation for the average heat transfer coefficient ‘h’ for the case of laminar film condensation over vertical plate. Heat exchanger transfer units. next transfer correlations in pool boiling.

TEXT BOOKS 1. Introduction to Mass Transfer Mass and mole concentrations. Sukhatme – TMH 2. Heat transfer. absorption and reflection of radiant energy. Heat & Mass Transfer – K.C P Arora. Heat Transfer – J. Heat & Mass Transfer – D. Non-luminous gas radiation. TMH REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Holman – TMH 3. Heat Transfer – A Practical Approach – Yunus A. Heat Transfer – Ghosh. Heat Transfer – S. Dastudhar – Oxford University Press . Emission. Introduction to mass transfer in laminar and turbulent convection Combined heat and mass transfer. Cengel – McGraw Hill 4.S. Kirchoff’s law. Kataria & Sons 3. Electrical analogy to simple problems. the wet and dry bulb thermometer.K. Kumar – S. geometric configuration factor. Radiosity and irradiation. eddy diffusion. Black and non black bodies. BHILAI (C G) -::2::- UNIT V Thermal Radiation Introduction. Errors in temperature measurement due to radiation. intensity of radiation.P.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Molecular diffusion from an evaporating fluid surface. radiation exchange between black surface.P. Grey body relation exchange between surface of unit configuration factors. molecular diffusion. Kannan – Anuradha Agencies 2.

Geometric models. Introduction to Computer Control in NC. BHILAI (C G) Semester: B. the APT (Automatically Programming Tool) language. CAD/CAM Principles & Applications – P. solution procedure. CAD/CAM – Surendra Kumar & A.N. benefits. Basic components of an NC system. John Wiley REFERENCES BOOKS 1.stiffness matrix. R D Cook. Introduction of CAD/CAM. NC Part Programming Introduction to NC Part Programming. Jha – Dhanpat Rai & Company 3. creation of data files in application programs and relational database management system. parts classification & coding.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. spline surfaces.E. Geometric construction Methods. Computer Numerical Control. Groover. UNIT – III Numerical Control Introduction to Numerical Control. Flexible manufacturing system. Emory W. three parts classification & coding system. one dimensional problem. part families. TEXT BOOKS 1. Concept and application of Finite element analysis. Benefits of CAD/CAM. Bezier surfaces. group technology machine cells. automation and CAD/CAM. MACRO statement in APT.Pearson . basic set theory. Subject: Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 UNIT – I Introduction CAD/CAM The influence of computers on manufacturing environment. Direct Numerical Control. curve representation. Zimmer Education 3.K. types of analysis. NC motion control systems. Solid entities.E. benefits of group technology Computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) system Introduction of CAPP. desirable modeling facilities & rapid prototyping. Concurrent engineering. Product engineering. CAD/CAM Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing – Mikell P. Manual part programming. VII Sem. Advantages of CAD/CAM in NC programming. Plane surface. the product cycle & CAD/CAM. UNIT – IV Group Technology introduction to group technology. Requirement of Geometric Modeling. VII Sem. problems with conventional NC. surfaces of revolution. Computer assisted part programming. 3D representation of surfaces and solids. Rao – TMH Publication 2. CAD/CAM Theory & Practice – Ibrahim Zied – TMH Publication 2. NC coordinate systems. other modeling methods. Branch: Mechanical Engg. data structures. applications of Numerical Control. UNIT – II Geometric Modeling Data base: Design database concept. general procedure of finite element analysis. UNIT V Finit Element method Introduction. Code: 337713 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 . Adaptive control machining system. Finite element analysis Semester: B. the common database as linkage to various computerized applications. Combined DNC/CNC system. the NC procedure. Branch: Mechanical Engg. objectives.

Monte Carlo simulation. UNIT . New Delhi 2. Sasien Yaspan 2. Note: Four questions to be set. solution of assignment problems.. Operation Research – N. simulation of Queuing system. Air crew Assignment problems. simulation of Inventory system. UNIT – II The Transportation Problems Mathematical formulation computational procedures. Stepping stone method. Network Analysis CPM/PERT. New Delhi 3. Taha – TMH. application of L. Fundamentals of Operation Research – Ackof Sasieni – Dhanpat Rai & Sons 4.P. applications of simulation. Subject: Quality Control & Total Quality Management Branch: Mechanical Engg. basic structure of queuing models. maximization and minimization of function with or without constraints. Vohra – TMH 3.P. General Linear Programming Problems. Quantitative Approach to Management – Lovin and Krit Patrick – TMH 5. Techniques for drawing network. project crashing. graphical method and simplex method. VII Sem. two person zero sum game. traveling salesman problems. BHILAI (C G) Subject: Operations Research Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 UNIT I Introduction Various stages of O.R. in Mechanical Engineering. formulation of a linear programming problem. New Delhi Code: 337714 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 Semester: B. one from each unit. Modified Distribution Method. Fields of application.III Waiting Line Theory Basic queuing process. Operation Research .E. Sharma – S. Big M method degeneracy. TEXT BOOKS 1.D. Operation Research– Hira & Gupta – S. Gillette – TMH. Code: 337751 (37) . UNIT – IV Game Theory Introduction. project cost. solution to M/M/1: ∞ /FCFS models. methods for solving two person zero sum game: when saddle point exists. Chand & Co. optimization and its classification. Operation Research– S. D. Optimum project duration. updating.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Vogels Approximation Method. Time estimation in PERT. Simulation Basic concept of simulation. solution of 2xn and mx2 game. Operation Research – H. when no saddle point exists. Chand & Com. The Assignment Problems Mathematical formulation of assignment problems. Solution of balanced and unbalanced transportation problems and case of Degeneracy. Operations Research – M.Introduction. Resource smoothing and leveling. merits and demerits of simulation. REFERENCES 1. some commonly known queuing situations Kendall’s service time. Network Representation.

. Quality policy and objectives. operating characteristics curve. Managing for Total quality from Deming to Tguchi and SPC. quality budget. Statistical Concept of Variation Concept of variation frequency distribution.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. ISO 9000 Quality Managmeent Standards. Techniques in manufacturing planning. significance tests. Crosby fourteen steps. S.Q. L. Tools and techniques of TQM. pattern of variation.Logothetis – Prentice Hall of India 6. probability distributions viz. ISO 14000. manufacturing planning for quality. UNIT-II Quality Assurance Concept. Growth and applications of S. Statistical Quality Cntrol – R. Control charts for variables and attributes and their analysis. single. Quality function deployment (QFD). UNIT V Quality system Quality system. ISO 9000:2000 requirement. Leavenworth – Mc. Deming approach to TQM. Normal. Statistical Quality Control Objectives.S. Code: 337752 (37) . and Gryana FM. UNIT III ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING Fundamental concept in acceptance sampling. TQM models. Exponential and weibull distribution. AOQL. need for quality system. Statistical Quality Control – M.O. Quality of design and quality of conformance. AOQ. UNIT -I V Total Quality Management Total Quality Control (TQC).C. concept of six sigma. vendor rating (VR). Quality Planning and Analysis by Juran J. Analysis of variance. Graw Hill. concept of quality. Juran ten steps to Quality Management. New York REFERENCE BOOKS 4. LTPD. process capability. VII Sem. double and introduction of multiple plans. New York 2. Quality Auditing. Subject: Reliability Based Design Branch: Mechanical Engg. . Acceptance plans. – McGraw Hill. History of quality control. Engineering Statistics and quality control – I. W.E. New York 5. Mahajan – Dhanpat Rai & Company – New Delhi Semester: B. quality rating. BHILAI (C G) Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 Total Tutorial Period: 12 UNIT-I Basic Concept of Quality Quality and quality control. Delhi 3. inspection planning.C. quality mindness. statistical aids in limits and tolerances. quality characteristics. quality audit. field complaints. vendor quality rating (VQR). TEXT BOOKS 1. Process capability analysis. advantages. Burr. TQM philosophies. Mc. Gupta – Khanna Publishers. Economics of quality.C. Concept of Total Quality Management (TQM). Grant and R. Graw Hill. continuous and discrete. Benefits of ISO 14000.M. Statistical quality control – E. Taguchi Philosophy.

parallel. Mischke . Introduction to Reliability Engineering. BHILAI (C G) Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 Total Tutorial Period: 12 UNIT . VII Sem.John Wiley & Sons. Weibull.McGraw-Hill REFERENCE BOOKS 1. load-capacity analysis (Stress-Strength Interference Theory) Probabilistic design methodology: Interference theory. Optimisation for Engineering Design . parametric methods.Wiley Eastern Ltd 4. Inc. lognormal.Elmer E. T Chandrauptala -Pearson education 3. accelerated life testing TEXT BOOKS nd 1.V Reliability testing and data analysis: Non-parametric methods.IV Reliability and rates of failure: Reliability characterization and failure rates. Gamma and Weibull distributions UNIT . R. E.E.III Probabilistic models: Load (stress) and capacity (strength) variables.Ashok Belegundi. discrete distributions: Poisson and Binomial.II System reliability: Series.Prentice Hall India 2.S. Semester: B. ungrouped and grouped censored data Reliability data analysis. grouped and ungrouped data.J. Subject: Finite Element Method Branch: Mechanical Engg. calculation of reliability of with stress and strength having exponential. Normal and Lognormal distributions UNIT . increasing failures rate models UNIT. static and dynamic reliability models UNIT . th 2. Optimisation Theory and Applications – S. 2 Edition . bath tub curves. Rao . constant failure rate models. Reliability in Design . Shigley and C. parameters estimation using linear regression of transformed data. normal. 5 Edition.I Basic concepts in probability theory: Probability of events and random variables. Mechanical Engineering Design.C. standby redundant and ‘out-of’ systems. Optimisation Concepts and Applications in Engineering . Lewis . continuous distributions: Exponential. conditional probability of survival of a device.Kalyanmoi Deb. Code: 337753 (37) .Kapoor K.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.

Newton-Cotes and Gauss-Legendre quadrature UNIT . stiffness.K. functional and it’s minima.II Basic Equations: Basic equations from fluid mechanics. VII Sem. methods of weighted Gelarkin collocation techniques UNIT .III Formulation of FEM equations: Elements and interpolation functions. nature of the stiffness matrix UNIT . Bathe . matrix and the equilibrium equations.J.McGraw-Hill Company 2.Reddy J.Belegundu Chandraupatla . Cholesky’s decomposition. in Engineering . Finite Element Procedure . heat transfer. application of FEM TEXT BOOKS 1. . New-Delhi 3. Subject: Product Development Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Branch: Mechanical Engg.E. BHILAI (C G) Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 Total Tutorial Period: 12 UNIT .V FEM software and applications: Exposure to FEM software. Gauss elimination.Krishnamoorthy Semester: B. standard components of FEM software and their roles. Ltd NewDelhi REFERENCE BOOKS 1. solution of linear system of equation. FEM and Ritz method. Code: 337754 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 . variational approach. finding variational principles for the problem.Desai and Abel 2. virtual work principle. natural co-ordinates. Rayleigh-Ritz method UNIT . Finite Element Analysis . Gauss-Siedel. Introduction to Finite Element.Prentice Hall of India Pvt.IV Solving FEM equations: Assembly of global stiffness matrix and inserting boundary conditions. energy methods to solve problems in mechanics of solids. range of applications. numerical integration.Prentice-Hall of India Pvt.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY.N. convergence requirements.I Introduction: Over view of the method. formulation based on generalised co-ordinates. An Introduction to the Finite Element Method . element equations from variational principle. FEM . and solid mechanics.

steps involved in Industrial design process. Monks. Prentice Hall of India. patents – types. Creative and rational clarifying objectives. risk plan. “Operations Management”. budget. Tata McGraw Hill.. assembly and support cost design for assembly.. economics – quantitative & qualitative analysis. Project schedule. Francis. reducing component. Testing of concept. accelerating project. generating alternatives-the morphological chart method. BHILAI (C G) Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 UNIT-I Product Development Process Background for design. accessing the quality. A. product development processes and organization. design theory design materials. 1974 rd Semester: B. UNIT –III Design for Manufacture Estimating manufacturing costs.E. trademarks. improving details-the value engineering method and design strategies. evaluating alternatives-the weighted objectives methods. copy rights. trade-secret. human factors in design applied ergonomics. UNIT –IV Industrial Design Its need . effective prototyping – principle and planning. UNIT-II Product Design Methods Generating concepts. assessing and correction. establishing product specifications. design for environment. 5. J. setting requirement. identifying customer needs. Ulrich and Steven D.requirements specification methods determining characteristics – the QFD method. Code: 337755 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 . Gantt Chart. Subject : Numerical Control of Machine Tools Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Branch: Mechanical Engg. design resources. TEXT BOOKS 1.the objective trees methods. Product Development & Project Management Legal issues in product design. Design Structure Matrix. steps for disclosure. execution. Eppinger “Product Design & Development” – TMH – 3 addition 2. VII Sem. Imad Moustapha “Concurrent Engineering in Product Design and Development” – New Age International Publishers 4. T. L. and White. impact. “Facility Layout and Location”. selection of a concept. product architecture. management of product development projects.Ergonomic needs. McGraw Hill. R. establishing functions – the function analysis methods. Management of Technology & user driven products. Karl. “Product Development”. Aesthetic needs.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. design for disassembly. Kevin Otto and Kristin wood “Product Design” –Pearson Education 3. Chitale & Gupta. design for graphics and packaging. 1977 6. concept generation and selecting product architecture. J. UNIT – V Patents.G. Intellectual property rights.

Machine tools Design consideration of N. BHILAI (C G) Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 UNIT . Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing .S.C systems. cycles for simplifying programming. Tool presetting &Modular Tooling. TEXT BOOKS 1. Preparatory codes G.I Introduction Fundamentals of numerical control. UNIT .IV Computerized Numerical Control CNC concepts-advantage of CNC reference planes. Typical part programming Control Loops for N C Systems Introduction-control loops for point and counting systems.C. 2001. Machining centres. and constraints-variable gains AC systems. systems. System Device Feed back system-counting devices digital analog converters Interpolations DDA integrators. simple and symmetrical DD reference word CNC interpolators. UNIT . Turning centers. Computer Numerical Control Nomenclature. types and features of CNC machine tools. Selection of tools based on machining capacity. sampled data techniques. Subject : Nuclear Power Engineering Total Theory Periods: 50 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80 Branch: Mechanical Engg. Engineering analysis of NC positioning systems. Sinha . Groover . Code: 337756 (37) Total Tutorial Period: 12 . Actuators: servomotors. numerical control of machine tool by urie and koren Semester : B. Open loop and closed loop systems. CNC Programming . UNIT . accuracy and surface finish. advantages limitations of N.K.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Automation. CNC machine design features.C machines. microcomputers in CNC. Tool compensations. accuracy and repeatability. Direct numerical control and applications. transducers and feedback elements. tooling for CNC machine. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.Galgotia Publications 2003. Elements of programming for turning and milling. Miscellaneous functions M.II Features of N. Precision in NC positioning systems: control resolution.C systems -classification of N. Machine control unit.PHI. Interpolation. part programming. HMT Mechatronics .Tata McGraw Hill 2. stepper motors.V Modern CNC machines CNC lathes. UNIT . Adaptive Control Systems Adaptive control with optimization. Automatic pallet changers. .increasing productivity with N.C machine tools .Mikell P. VII Sem. 2.E.III Part Programming Process planning and flow chart for part programming. Automatic tool changers. nomenclature and tool geometries. Position control and its significance.

2 Edn. Pressurized Water Reactors.. 2 Edn. General Components of Nuclear Reactor. Coolants.C. Rate of Radioactive Decay. Culp Jr. Shielding Materials.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Moderating and Reflecting Materials. Binding Energy. 2005 nd 2. Power Plant Engineering – P. Cladding and Structural Materials. Control Rod Materials. Domkundwar – Dhanpat Rai & Co. – Archie W. Gas Disposal System. Effects of Nuclear Radiation.E. UNIT – V Nuclear Power Plant Location of Nuclear Power Plant. Comparison of Nuclear Power Plants with Thermal Power Plants. 2004 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. New Delhi. Nag – Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. Radioactive Waste Disposal System. Unit of Nuclear Radiation. Radioactivity and Radioactive Change. Safety measures for Nuclear Power Plants. Principles of Energy Conversion. Power Plant Engineering. Reactor Containment Design UNIT – III Nuclear Materials Introduction. General Problems of Reactor Operation. BHILAI (C G) Minimum number of class tests to be conducted: 2 UNIT – I Introduction to Nuclear Engineering Introduction.K. Sharma – S. – McGraw Hill.. Types of Nuclear Reactions. Release of Energy by Nuclear Reaction. A Course in Power Plant Engineering – Arora. Fuels. Boiling Water Reactors. VII Sem. India’s three stage program for Nuclear Power development. UNIT – II Nuclear Reactors Introduction. Atomic Mass Unit. Types of Nuclear Waste. Com. Subject: Automobile Engineering Lab Total Practical Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40 Branch: Mechanical Engg. – P. TEXT BOOKS 1. Heavy Water-cooled and Moderated CANDU (Canadian Denterium Uranium) Type Reactors. Code: 337721 (37) . Organic Moderated and Cooled Reactors.. Mass-Energy Equivalence. Nuclear Power Stations in India. Atomic Nuclei. Gas-cooled Reactors.K. UNIT – IV Nuclear Waste & Its Disposal Introduction. Breeder Reactors. Atomic Number and Mass Numbers. Method of loading of Nuclear Power Plant. 1991 Semester: B. Isotopes. International Edn. Initiation of Nuclear Reaction. Different types of Reactors. 2003 nd 2. Kataria & Sons. Liquid Metal-cooled Reactors. Why Nuclear Power for Developing Countries.

Study of Rigid Axle suspension system. BHILAI (C G) STUDIES TO BE CARRIED OUT (MINIMUM TEN EXPERIMENTS) 1. 8. Power Steering Study of different types of springs used in Automobiles. 13. Air Brake and Disc Brake. Study of Front Independent Suspension System. 3. Study of Educational Car Model. 11. Axles & Slip Joints Working model of Mechanical. Study of Steering System used with Rigid Axle suspension and independent suspension system.E. Hydraulic and Air Brake Working model of Steering System used with Rigid Axle suspension System Working model of Steering System used with Independent Suspension System Different types of Springs used in Automobiles Working model of Rigid Axle Suspension System Working model of Front Independent Suspension System Working model of Rear Independent Suspension System Working model of Battery. Study of Automotive Electrical System. 3. Staring and Generating System and Battery Charging System.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. Multi-plate & Centrifugal Clutch Working model of Actual Differential System Working model of Universal Joint. 5. 4. Multi Plate and Centrifugal Study of Gear Boxes – Sliding mesh. Synchro mesh. 8. 9. 11. 6. 2. VII Sem. Staring and Generating System along with Charging unit Working model of Electrical System Cut section of Actual Master Cylinder of Hydraulic Brake System Educational Car Model Semester: B. 13. Study of Differential. 7. Constant mesh. Study of Battery. Universal joints. 14. 6. Study of Brakes – Mechanical. Axles and Slip Joints. 4. 10. 12. 10. 7. Subject: Heat & Mass Transfer Lab Total Practical Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40 Branch: Mechanical Engg. 9. 5. Study of Read Independent Suspension System. Working model of Single plate. Study of Clutches – Single Plate. Hydraulic. 2. 12. Study of Frame and Chassis. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS/MACHINES REQUIRED 1. Code: 337722 (37) .

4. Determination of Heat Transfer Coefficient in Drop Wise & Film Wise condensation. 8. 16. 18. BHILAI (C G) EXPERIMENTS TO BE PERFORMED (MINIMUM TEN NUMBERS) 1. 10. 3. To Study Performance of Simple Heat Pipes. Semester: B. 11. Testing and performance of different heat insulators. 7. To Determine Thermal Conductivity of a Good Conductor of Heat (Metal Rod). To Study and Compare LMTD and Effectiveness in Parallel and Counter Flow Heat Exchangers. 2. 12. 17. 11. 13. Thermal Conductivity Of Insulating Powder Apparatus Thermal Conductivity Of Metal Bar Apparatus Thermal Conductivity Of Liquid Apparatus Transfer Rate And Temperature Distribution For A Pin Fin Apparatus Emmissivity Of The Test Plate Surface And Plotting A Graph Of Emmissivity Versus Temperature Apparatus Stefen-Boltzman Constant Of Radiation Of Heat Transfer Apparatus Surface Heat Transfer Coefficient For Heated Vertical Cylinder In Natural Convection Apparatus Heat Transfer Coefficient In Drop Wise And Film Wise Condensation Apparatus Critical Heat Flux In Saturated Pool Boiling Apparatus Performance Of Different Heat Pipe Apparatus Heat Transfer Rate Through Heat Exchanger Apparatus Heat Transfer Coefficient In Forced Convection of Air in a Tube Apparatus Heat transfer through composite wall Apparatus Thermal conductivity of insulating slab Apparatus Heat transfer through lagged pipe Apparatus Unsteady state heat transfer Apparatus Testing and performance Test Rig for heat insulators. 5. 7. 15. To Find the Heat transfer Coefficient in Forced Convection in a tube. 8. 16. 2. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS/MACHINES REQUIRED 1. To Measure the thermal Conductivity of Liquid. 9. 14. To determine the transfer Rate & Temperature Distribution For a Pin Fin. To Determine Stefan Boltzman Constant of Radiation Heat Transfer. To study the rates of heat transfer for different materials and geometries To understand the importance and validity of engineering assumptions through the lumped heat capacity method. To determine the individual thermal conductivity of different lagging in a lagged pipe. To determine the total thermal conductivity and thermal resistance of the given compound resistance in series. 14. 6. 9.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. 15. Subject: Computer Aided Design & Manufacturing Lab Total Practical Periods: 40 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40 Branch: Mechanical Engg. To Measure the Emmissivity of the Test plate Surface. To Determine Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powders. 3. To Determine Critical Heat Flux in Saturated Pool Boiling. Code: 337723 (37) . 12. 10. 6.E. 13. 17. 5. To find out the thermal conductivity of given slab material. VII Sem. 4. To Determine the Surface Heat Transfer Coefficient For Heated Vertical Cylinder in Natural Convection.

To prepare part program for multiple drilling in X and Z axis using drilling cycle. To prepare part programming for plain turning operation.256/512 SD RAM(As Compatible with CAD Software) 52 X CD RW. BHILAI (C G) EXPERIMENTS TO BE PERFORMED CAD (MINIMUM FIVE EXPERIMENTS) 1. To prepare part program for threading operation. Laser Scroll Mouse 3. To prepare part programming for turning operation in absolute mode. 3. 3. Solid-work. P-IV (IBM) 2. ANSYS 4. Software – Pro-E. CATIA. 6. To prepare part program in inch mode for plain turning operation. 4.6 GHz. 1. Of Class test to be conducted:-- Branch: Common to all branches Code: 300725 (36) Total Tutorial Period: NIL Unit I . To prepare part program for gear cutting operation. (These exercises may be performed by any of the following Advanced CAD Software) CAM (MINIMUM FIVE EXPERIMENTS) 1. 17” Colour Monitor. CNC Controlled Milling Machine 5. 13. To prepare part program for slot milling operation. 7. 6. 9.44 MB FDD. To prepare part program for turning operations using turning cycle. 2. To prepare part program for taper turning operation. Introduction & different features of the CAD Software 2-D Drafting 3-D Modeling 3-D Advanced Modeling Assembly modeling Feature Modification and Manipulation Detailing Sheet Metal Operations Surface Modeling One Dimensional problems of Finite Element Method. 80 GB HDD. CNC Controlled Drilling Machine Semester: VII Subject: Innovative and Entrepreneurial skills Total Theory Periods: 28 Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 40 Minimum no. To prepare part program for drilling operation. 8. To prepare part program for gear cutting using mill cycle. 11. 12. 9.CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. 2. 7. To prepare part program for multiple drilling operation in Z-axis. 10. To prepare part program for multiple drilling in X-axis. 10. 5. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS/MACHINES REQUIRED 1. 4. 5. Computer Numerically Control Lathe Trainer 2. 8.

CHHATTISGARH SWAMI VIVEKANAND TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. psychological and Social Factors. Impact of Entrepreneurship for sustainable development.Coulter.Characteristics of an entrepreneur. creativity. Entrepreneurship. Prentice Hall of India 5.an abstract concept.TMH 4. Steps in Identification of Business opportunity and its SWOT Analysis. Common Entrepreneurial competencies/Traits. Sources of Business of Product Ideas. Factors affecting entrepreneurial growth – Social. Techno. Role of Institutions and entrepreneurship. HPH 6. Types of entrepreneurs. Unit II Entrepreneurship: who is an entrepreneur? Entrepreneurship. Proforma of Feasibility Report. A Doer not a Dreamer.Economic feasibility of the Project. Peters. Entrepreneurship in Action. 3.A state of Mind. Text and Reference Books: 1. Obstacles inhibiting Entrepreneurship. .Rober D Hisrich. Role of Entrepreneur. A Guide to Entrepreneurship – David Oates. Difference between entrepreneur and intrapreneur. UNIT-V Techno-Economic Feasibility of the project: Introduction.JAICO Publishing House. Unit III Difference between entrepreneur and entrepreneurship. Shepherd. student Edition.Jack M Kaplan.Mohanty. Fundamentals of entrepreneurship. cultural. Functions of an entrepreneur. Prentice Hall of India 2. Entrepreneurship Management and Development – Ajith Kumar. Wiley. PHI 7. personality factors. processes or business organizations. Considerations while preparing a Feasibility Report. types of innovation classified according to products. Emergence of entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship stimulants. Competing through Innovation-Bellon & Whittington. Unit IV Identification of Business Opportunities: Introduction. innovation and imagination. BHILAI (C G) Innovation: innovation. Feasibility Report. Patterns of Entrepreneurship.

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Ravana the boon prayed for by him that

he should be invulnerable and invincible

against Devas, Asuras, Gandharvas and

other such beings. In his arrogance,

Ravana did not care to ask for security

against mankind. As Brahma revealed this

fateful omission all the Gods rejoiced and

turned to Vishnu.

Absolutely surrendering themselves to

Hari, the Devas begged him to be born as

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