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1. Inner Product Spaces, Orthogonality (06 Hours) Inner products, Cauchy-Schwartz inequality, Orthogonal projections, Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization, Matrix representation of inner product, Least square solutions. 2. Complex Analysis (07 Hours) Complex variables, Complex differentiation, Harmonic functions, Conformal mapping, Complex integration, Cauchy‟s integral formulae and Calculus of residues. 3. Transforms (07 Hours) Concept of transforms, Fourier transforms, Applications to partial differential equations, Discrete Fourier transform, Laplace transforms and its inverse, Laplace transform of special functions: Unit step, Unit impulse, Periodic and Error. Applications to initial value problem and wave equation using transform techniques. 4. Differential Equation (07 Hours) Series Solution of differential equations, Bessel‟s and Legendre‟s differential equations, Mass spring systems of multi degree freedom, Matrix formulation for differential equations in vibration theory, Normal mode solution, Numerical computation of Eigen value. 5. Numerical Analysis (07 Hours) Finite difference analysis, Explicit and Implicit finite difference scheme, Stability of finite difference method, Applications of finite difference analysis in boundary value problems, one dimensional diffusion equation, Wave equation, Laplace equation. 6. Calculus of Variation (06 Hours) Introduction, Functional, Euler‟s equation, Isoperimetric Problem, Functional involving higher order derivative, Approximate solution of boundary value problem, Rayleigh –Ritz method , Galerkin‟s method, Lagranges principal. Reference books:
Rao (Pearson Education.1. Inc). Weber and G. Inc). Higher Engineering Mathematics by Dr. Wheatley (Pearson Education. B. 6. Applied Numerical Analysis by Curtis F. Grewal (Khanna Publishers Delhi). by Erwin Kreyszig (Wiley India). B. 9e. Mechanical Vibration by Singiresu S. 5. 4. Linear Algebra by Jin Ho Kwak and Sungpyo Hong (Springer international edition). Arfken (Academic Press). 3.Gerald and Patrick O. S. . Essential Mathematical Methods for Physicists by Hans J. 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.
I Automotive Engine Design  CODE TEACHING SCHEME Lect/Week In Semester Assessment EXAMINATION SCHEME CREDITS Paper End Semester Assessment TW Oral/ Presentation Total 502302 4 50 50 - - 100 4 1. air and fuel induction. speed. total forces. history – timeline of development. engine parameters. particulate. design conditions. design of valve gear. fluid motion in combustion chamber. emissions. SI and CI engine cycles. Handbook of Diesel Engines. cetane number. Engineering Fundamentals of IC Engine: Introduction. heat transfer and thermal loads. Engine Systems: Turbocharger design – compressor and turbine. service life. design of lubricating system. design of cooling system. engine efficiencies. Engine Component Loading: Mechanical and thermal loading of components. piston stroke. operating characteristics. Emissions and Air Pollution: Air pollution. Tschöke Helmut (Eds. Springer . design of piston assembly. acceleration. 5. 3. torsional vibrations. design of connecting rod assembly.Semester . after treatment. engine friction. 6. Reference Books: 1. Fuel System: Thermochemistry of fuels. design of engine structure. design of fuel system. mathematical models. Design of Principal Parts: Prerequisites. types of combustion chamber. catalytic converters. knocking. Mollenhauer Klaus. gas pressure forces. material selection.). alternate fuels. kinematics and dynamics of crank mechanism. balancing of crankshaft assembly masses. 2. design of crankshaft. oxides of nitrogen. carbon monoxide. inertial forces. octane number. 4. EGR. hydrocarbon.
2. ButterworthHeinemann 4. Bernard Challen & Rodica Baranescu. Pulkrabek.P. Diesel Engine Reference Book. McGraw Hill. Van Nostrand Company. Cornell University Library 5. D. Diesel Engine Design. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals. Inc. Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine.F. Heywood. John B. . Purday. Willard W. Prentice Hall 3. H.
. number plate lamp. 5. reverse lamp. reflex reflector.Determination of Injury thresholds.Locations of controls. . Study of comparative tolerance. Safety and Crash Testing: Introduction . high speed photography.Types of safety glass and their requirements.Semester – I Automotive Safety and Regulations  CODE TEACHING SCHEME Lect/Week In Semester Assessment EXAMINATION SCHEME CREDITS Paper End Semester Assessment TW Oral/ Presentation Total 502303 4 50 50 - - 100 4 1.Design of seats for safety.Hinges and latches. direction indicator. Adoptive Front Lighting System (AFLS). Regulatory requirements for crash testing. Safety regulations: 4.Active and passive safety. rearward field of vision in automobiles . Instrumentation. etc.Head restraints. 3. construction.AnthropometryHuman impact tolerance.External Projections. etc.Light signalling devices such as stop lamp. Pedestrian Safety and Ergonomics: Importance of Ergonomics in Automotive safety.Types of safety belts. Restraint systems used in automobiles . material. rear position lap. Severity Index. .Use of energy absorbing systems . . Daylight Running Lamps (DRL). Door locks & retension systems Rear/front/side under run protection devices.Types of rear view mirrors and their assessment .Warning devices . Study of crash dummies.New technology in automobile lighting-Gas Discharge lamp. types.types of seats-Importance of Bumpers . LED. Image Analysis 2. Air bags . position lamp. characteristics of vehicle structures. Vehicle Safety systems: Survival space requirements. design. performance . Optimization of vehicle structures for crash worthiness .Types of crash / roll over Tests.Damageability criteria in bumper designs.Impact protection from steering controls . Automotive Lighting and Light Signalling Devices: Automotive lamps.
Priya and Belwafa Jamel. Cambridge University Press 7. P. "Crashworthiness of Vehicles. 8. 4. London. USA. London 1993. J.. Lawyers and Judges 1996. 1999. Keitz H.. Edward A. Jullian Happian-Smith „An Introduction to Modern Vehicle Design‟ SAE. American Iron and Steel Institute. AIP Press (1997) 6.. SAE International Publication. “Light calculations and Measurements”. A. . 5. “Visual instrumentation: Optical design & engineering Principles. 10. 6.As issued from time to time by Government Of India as per AIS 037 (Automotive Indian Standard) Reference Books: 1.Born M and Wolf E “Principles of Optics”. "Vehicles Crashworthiness and Occupant Protection”.R. et al "Low speed Automobile Accidents" Lawyers and Judges 1996 2. 9. Macmillan 1971. giving procedure for type approval and estimating Conformity of production for safety of critical components. published by ARAI Pune. 11.Recent Development in Automotive Safety Technology. Dover Publication 9. 14.G. 13. 11... E. Pantazis M. and Mamalis. 2002 3. W. “Lamps and Lighting” Hodder & Stoughton. “Forensic aspects of driver perception and response. “Introduction to Radiometry and Photometry” 8..Hill 1999. Prasad. A.McCluney W. Handbook of Applied Photometry – OSA. Updated CDs of AIS 037. Editor: Daniel J Helt. 10. Olson L. MEP. Watts. 12.Central motor vehicle rules and standards. 7. A.Walsch JWT. McGraw . Johnson. “Photometry”.
5. Moments and response curve methods. Modelling and prediction of performance Setting up a computing model to predict performance of experimental system. Static and dynamic characteristics of instruments used in experimental set up. Basic instrumentation Instrumentation schemes. Role of DSP in data collection in noisy environment. Data collection using a digital computer system. 3. Developing a Research Proposal Format of research proposal. Probable errors in the research. Multivariate statistics. Multi-scale modelling and verifying performance of process system. Errors in selecting a research problem. Criteria / Characteristics of a good research problem. Nonlinear analysis of system and asymptotic analysis. Individual research proposal. Research Problem Meaning of research problem. State vector machines and uncertainty analysis. Sensitivity theory and applications. . Scope and objectives of research problem 2. Verifying if assumptions hold true for a given apparatus setup.Semester – I Research Methodology  CODE TEACHING SCHEME Lect/Week In Semester Assessment EXAMINATION SCHEME CREDITS Paper End Semester Assessment TW Oral/ Presentation Total 502304 4 50 50 - - 100 4 1. In semester assessment is to be carried out by two internal tests and five assignments one on each unit. Principal component analysis. Parameter estimation. Applied statistics Regression analysis. Plotting family of performance curves to study trends and tendencies. Sources of research problem. Other faculty members may attend and give suggestions relevant to topic of research. Performance under flow or motion conditions. Error analysis 4. Linear scaling for receiver and fidelity of instrument. Institutional proposal. Proposal of a student – a presentation and assessment by a review committee consisting of Guide and external expert only.
Software Engineering by Pressman. 6. Kothari Research Methodology: An Introduction by Wayne Goddard and Stuart Melville Research Methodology: A Step by Step Guide for Beginners. 3. by Ranjit Kumar. Sharma. 1. 2nd Edition 5. Research methodology: an Introduction for Science & Engineering students. 4. by Dr. by Stuart Melville and Wayne Goddard Research Methodology: Methods and Trends. R. S.D. C. Kedar Nath Ram Nath & Co. .Reference Books: 1. Operational Research by Dr. 2.
Bureau of Energy Efficiency ME2I – M2 Financial Management Investment-need. Energy efficient transformers. Importance.ME2I – M1 Energy Audit and Management Definition. Inflation and Economic policy Ref. Implementation plan for top management. Process costing Ref. Implementation and performance monitoring. Analysis of Perfectly Competitive Markets. ME2I – M7 Engineering Economics Fundamentals. risk management and sustainability. Book Syndicate Pvt. Automatic power factor controllers. N K Prasad. Financing. Construction. Buffa and R. Energy audit instruments Ref. Excellence. Occupancy sensors. Bureau of Energy Efficiency ME2I – M3 Financial Costing Significance. ME2I – M4 Project Management Definition and scope of project. Opportunities. Bureau of Energy Efficiency ME2I – M5 Energy Efficient Technologies in Electrical Systems Maximum demand controllers. Technical design. Procurement Procedures. key decisions. Marginal costing. E. Contract costing. Matching energy use to requirement. Books: Guide Books.S. Technology and knowledge management. Optimizing the input energy requirements. Fuel and energy substitution. John Wiley & Sons. Processes and systems. :Cambridge University Press.need. Books: Economics. Unemployment. Books:1) Operations Management . Strategic approach. Activity based costing. Financial analysis techniques. Cash flows.Challenges. Variable speed drives. Sarin. Energy efficient lighting controls. Soft starters with energy saver. Basic Elements of Supply and Demand. Energy audit. Bureau of Energy Efficiency ME2I – M6 Operation Management Introduction. Measurement & Verification. 2) Modern production/Operations Management. Operating systems models. Demand and Consumer Behaviour. Energy performance contracting and role of Energy Service Companies (ESCOS). Books: Guide Books. Return on investment. Electronic ballast. Financing options. Traditional absorption costing. Quality Management. Markets and Government in a Modern economy. Energy performance. Contracting. Case studies Ref. Energy management (audit) approachunderstanding energy costs. Bench marking. Internal rate of return. Books: Guide Books. Ref. Net present value. Appraisal and criteria. Planning and controlling. Danny Samson and Prakash J. K. Books: Cost Accounting.An Integrated Approach. Tata McGraw Hill . Maximizing system efficiencies. Ref. Books: Guide Books. Risk and sensitivity analysis. Energy efficient motors. supply chain or network approach. Operations . Ltd. Ref. Singh.Simple payback period. 8th Edition. Samuelson Nordhaus. Types of energy audit. Planning Budget.
Books: 1) Gerard H. Model of TT with Public and Private Enterprises. 2005 . Perfect for a short course in the law -.one to five weeks.This book is an introductory text on international humanitarian law (the laws of war) that provides the basics of law. Definition and classifications of Research and Development. 2)HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA A MAPPING. Sociological and Political debates. Hand Book of Technology Management. Gaynor. Police & Human Rights. 2008 . J. Human Rights and the Indian Constitution Human Rights & State Mechanisms. Development.Usha Ramanathan. Ref. 4) Freedom of Information by Toby Mendel .ME2I – M8 Technology Forecasting Approaches. ME2I – M10 Human Rights Human Rights – Concept. Prisons & Human Rights. Technology Progress. Technology Performance Parameters. Books: 1)Study material on UNESCO. Books: 1) Gerard H. Judiciary & Human Rights. Source of Technology Transfer [TT]. Human Rights and the international scene Primary Information with reference to Engineering Industry Ref.CD Publishing . Mc Graw Hill. 3)Introduction to International Humanitarian Law by Curtis F. Use of Experts in Technology Forecasting. Ref. Planning. Citizens‟ Role and Civil Society. The concepts of Invention and Innovation. Philosophical. Hand Book of Technology Management. Challenges in Commercializing Research Results. ME2I – M9 Technology Transfer Definition. Human Rights of the Different Sections and contemporary issues. Doebbler . Benchmarks of Human Rights Movement. Evolution.UNESCO .UNICEF web site. Gaynor. Morphological Analysis of a Technology System. including excerpts from some of the leading treaty texts. Mc Graw Hill. New Product Development. Success and Failure Factors in Technology Transfer. National and State Human Rights Commissions.
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