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Thiruvananthapuram

B.Tech. Aerospace Engineering Curriculum & Syllabus (For 2011 Admission)

DEPARTMENT OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

SEMESTER I

CODE MA111 PH111 CH111 AE111 AV111 HS111 PH131 CH131 AE131 HS131 Calculus Physics I Chemistry Basic Mechanical Engineering Basic Electrical Engineering Communication Skills I Physics Lab I Chemistry Lab Basic Engineering Lab Communication Skills Lab I Total TITLE . L 2 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 12 T 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 12 C 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 21

SEMESTER II

CODE MA121 PH121 CH121 AE121 AV121 HS121 PH141 CH141 AE141 AV141 HS141 TITLE . Vector Calculus and Differential Equations Physics II Materials Science Engineering Mechanics Basic Electronics Engineering Communication Skills II Physics Lab II Materials Science Lab Engineering Graphics Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab Communication Skills Lab II Total L 2 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 13 T 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 3 3 15 C 3 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 23

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SEMESTER III

CODE MA211 AE211 AE212 AE213 AE214 ES211 HS211 AE231 AE232 TITLE . Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, and Transforms Engineering Thermodynamics Mechanics of Solids Fluid Mechanics Manufacturing Technology I Introduction to Space Science and Applications Introduction to Economics Machine Drawing Strength of Materials Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 0 19 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 6 C 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 21

SEMESTER IV

CODE MA221 AE221 AE222 AE223 AE224 HS221 MA241 AE241 TITLE . PDE, Calculus of Variations, and Complex Analysis Gas Dynamics Heat Transfer Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms Metrology and Computer Aided Inspection Introduction to Social Science and Ethics C Programming Lab Thermal and Fluid Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 0 17 T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 9 C 3 3 3 4 3 2 1 2 21

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SEMESTER V

CODE MA311 AE311 AE312 AE313 AV315 CH311 AE331 AE332 AV335 TITLE . Probability and Statistics Aerodynamics Aerospace Structures I Manufacturing Technology II Instrumentation and Control Systems Environmental Science and Engineering Aerodynamics Lab Metrology Lab Instrumentation and Control Systems Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 3 2 0 0 0 17 T 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 9 C 3 3 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 21

SEMESTER VI

CODE AE321 AE322 AE323 AE324 E01 HS321 AE341 AE342 AE343 TITLE . Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Spaceﬂight Mechanics Air-Breathing Propulsion Aerospace Structures II Elective I Principles of Management Systems Aerospace Structures Lab Manufacturing Processes Lab Modeling and Analysis Lab Total L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 18 T 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 9 C 4 3 3 4 3 3 1 1 1 23

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SEMESTER VII

CODE AE411 AE412 E02 E03 E04 E05 AE431 AE451 AE452 Rocket Propulsion Aerospace Vehicle Design Elective II Elective III Elective IV Institute Elective Flight Mechanics and Propulsion Lab Summer Internship and Training Comprehensive Viva-Voce I Total TITLE . L 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 18 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 C 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 2 24

SEMESTER VIII

CODE AE453 AE454 TITLE . Comprehensive Viva-Voce II Project Work Total L 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 P 0 0 0 C 3 12 15

SEMESTER–WISE CREDITS

Semester Credits I 21 II 23 III 21 IV 21 V 21 VI 23 VII 24 VIII 15 Total 169

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Advanced Aerodynamics Advanced Aerospace Structures Advanced Fluid Mechanics Advanced Heat Transfer Advanced Propulsion Systems Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity Analysis and Design of Composite Structures Computational Fluid Dynamics Computer Integrated Manufacturing Design of Aerospace Structures Convection Heat Transfer Experimental Aerodynamics Finite Element Method Fracture Mechanics Engineering Vibration Industrial Engineering Fundamentals of Combustion Supply Chain Management Introduction to Optimization Nontraditional Machining Operations Research Project Management Robot Mechanisms and Motion Planning Space Mission Design and Optimization Quality Engineering and Management Refrigeration and Cryogenics 6 .LIST OF ELECTIVES CODE AE461 AE462 AE463 AE464 AE465 AE466 AE467 AE468 AE469 AE470 AE471 AE472 AE473 AE474 AE475 AE476 AE477 AE478 AE479 AE480 AE481 AE482 AE483 AE484 AE485 AE486 TITLE .

AE487 AE488 AE489 AE490 AE491 AE492 Turbomachines Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Aerospace Materials and Processes Heat Transfer in Space Applications Structural Dynamics Tool Engineering and Design Note: Blue colour font indicates Institute Electives 7 .

Pearson Education (2004). B.. 2. D. Calculus: Early Transcendentals. Kreyszig.. center of mass.. and Iyengar. 9th ed. force. R. interpretation – energy diagrams – non-conservative forces – law of conservation of energy – power – particle collisions. K.SEMESTER I MA111 CALCULUS (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Sequence and Series of Real Numbers: sequence – convergence – limit of sequence – nondecreasing sequence theorem – sandwich theorem (applications) – L’Hopital’s rule – inﬁnite series – convergence – geometric series – tests of convergence (nth term test. Newtonian Mechanics: momentum. Thomas. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. S. continuity and derivatives – Taylors theorem – applications of derivatives – curvature and asymptotes – functions of two variables – limits and continuity – partial derivatives – differentiability. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. 5th ed. impulse. 2. applications – gradient operator – potential energy and force.. J. Textbooks: 1. linear independence. R. derivatives of a vector. inner products. basis. R. John Wiley (2005). completeness. Jain. K. dimensionality. and Finney. Newton’s laws. Work and Energy: integration of the equation of motion – work energy theorem. applications – dynamics of a system of particles. References: 1. M. velocity. James.. conservation of momentum. G. 8 .. Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics. Greenberg. PH111 PHYSICS I (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Vectors and Kinematics: vectors.double and triple integrals – change of variable in double integrals – polar and spherical transforms – Jacobian of transformations. 3. Integral Calculus: lower and upper integral – Riemann integral and its properties – the fundamental theorem of integral calculus – mean value theorems – differentiation under integral sign – numerical Integration. Narosa (2005). Brooks/Cole (2007). Pearson Education (2003). ratio and root test) – alternating series and conditional convergence – power series. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Differential Calculus: functions of one variable – limits. Pearson Education (2007). orthogonality – displacement. 9th ed. 4. acceleration – kinematic equations – motion in plane polar coordinates. Calculus and Analytic Geometry.. L. Stewart. linearization and differentials – extremum of functions – Lagrange multipliers... integral test. comparison test. E. G.

H. A. Cambridge Univ. An Introduction to Mechanics. Freedman. 4th ed. Principles of Physics: A Calculus Based Text. empirical rate equations... R. J. elementary reactions. W. Sears and Zemansky’s University Physics. Central Force Motion: central force motion of two bodies – relative coordinates – reduction to one dimensional problem – spherical symmetry and conservation of angular momentum. Arrhenius equation – catalysis. J.Rotations: angular momentum – torque on a single particle – moment of inertia – angular momentum of a system of particles – pure rotation about an axis – the physical pendulum. D. order and molecularity – complex reactions. 3. Press (2010). chain reactions. Harmonic Oscillator: 1-D harmonic oscillator – damped and forced harmonic oscillators – solutions. R. J. Fundamentals of Physics. different types of catalysts. consequences – planetary motion and Kepler’s laws. 11th ed. References: 1. M. D... Halliday. R. R.. and Kolenkow. T.. Zemansky. Resnick. reaction stoichiometry. Young. 2. W. rate law. Serway. reaction mechanisms – effect of temperature on reaction rates. Pearson Education (2004). and Jewett. R. different types of electrodes – standard hydrogen electrode (SHE) – half cell potential and its signiﬁcance – electromotive force – Gibbs free energy and cell potential – Nernst equation – electrochemical series... Textbooks: 1. and Ford. CH111 CHEMISTRY (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Chemical Kinetics: basic concepts of chemical kinetics – reaction rate. Heat and Thermodynamics. 6th ed. L... Sundin. change in entropy – Second law of thermodynamics – heat engines. reversible reactions. and Walker. 9 . Thermodynamics: Zeroth law of thermodynamics – temperature – measurement and scales – thermal expansion – heat and work – First law of thermodynamics – heat transfer mechanisms – irreversible processes and entropy. enzyme catalysis. 2.. A. Thomson Brooks/Cole (2006). A. Electrochemical Systems: introduction to electrochemistry. inhibition. D.. John Wiley (2001). classiﬁcation of electrochemical cells.. McGraw-Hill (1997). Corrosion Science: deﬁnitions – causes and consequences – signiﬁcance of corrosion control – classiﬁcation of corrosion – theories of corrosion – chemical corrosion – fundamental components of corrosion cell – electrochemical corrosion – galvanic cell corrosion – factors inﬂuencing corrosion – different forms of corrosion – corrosion control. Kleppner.

D. Propellants: classiﬁcation of propellants – performance of propellants and thermochemistry – liquid propellants – oxidizers and fuels – solid propellants – burning rate – composite solid propellants. 3. Tata McGraw-Hill (2004). Textbooks: 1.. N. Vengappya. References: 1. Lecture Notes. Press (2007). S. M. S. and Boles.. Wiley India (2008). Revie. and de Paula.Spectroscopy: fundamentals of spectroscopy – interaction of matter with light – electronic spectroscopy – vibrational spectroscopy – other spectroscopic techniques.. Introduction to Mechanical Engineering. Y. 10 . P. K. Mechanics and Strength of Materials. polymer fuel binders and other ingredients – propellant processing. basic laws and thermal engineering applications – introduction to engineering materials and manufacturing processes – introduction to mechanisms – introduction to measurement systems and data analysis. 4. Corrosion and Corrosion Control – An Introduction to Corrosion Science and Engineering. and Schmidt.. Holman. oxidizers. Modern Electrochemistry 1: Ionics. Organic Spectroscopy. Laidler.. Springer (1998). Sawhney. and Uhlig. AE111 BASIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to mechanical engineering – role of mechanical engineers – engineering thermodynamics. Textbook: • Gopalan. Shanmugham.. Palgrave Foundations (1991). W. 8th ed. H. Tata McGraw-Hill (2007).. 4th ed. G. J. References: 1. K. Agrawal. 2.. R.. P.. 2.. R. and Nagarajan. Atkins. Thermodynamics . Chemical Kinetics. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). 5.. Kemp. Atkins’ Physical Chemistry. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology. B. Basic Mechanical Engineering. and Reddy. Vikas Publishing House (2010). and Schmidt. O’M. Prentice Hall (2001)... S. A. C ¸ engel. C. A. Experimental Methods for Engineers. R. S. 5th ed. A. 5. W. R. H. 3rd ed. 3.An Engineering Approach. M. 4th ed. Prentice Hall of India (2001).. S. J. Textbook of Engineering Chemistry.. 2. Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics.. Bockris.. 4. Oxford Univ. J. Kalpakjian... J. 7th ed. Pearson Education (2005). G. and Agrawal. Wiley (2008).

6. Cambridge Univ. mesh and nodal methods – transient analysis for RLC circuit – alternating current theory – resonance. Del Toro. D.. Mittle. Afﬁliated East-West Press (1975). doubts. body language. and Kemmerley. References: 1. N. Murthy. M.. Basic Circuit Analysis. and Smith. McGraw-Hill (1986). Tata Mcgraw-Hill (2006). Theory and Problems of Basic Electrical Engineering. Teaching Grammar: grammar games. V. A.. Garner. Electrical and Electronic Technology. Engineering Circuit Analysis. Pearson Education (2002). K. M. 5.AV111 BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Circuit analysis. Jaico Publishing (1998). Textbooks: 1. P. J. engage in conversation – different types of communication-verbal and non-verbal. E. Prentice Hall (1986). D. 3. 2. 11 . exercise. J. Conversationally Speaking: Tested New Ways to Increase Your Personal and Social Effectiveness. principles of magnetic circuits – DC and AC excitation – hysteresis loop. exercise. V. energy... Revell (2008). A. V. Q factor and power measurement by two wattmeter circuits – network theorems – magnetic circuit. H. Press (2007). BH curve – losses. 3.. 2. S. Bechtle.. 2. Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons (1967).. H. Conﬁdent Conversation: How to Communicate Successfully in Any Situation. V. 2nd ed. Kothari. Active Listening with Speaking. Principles of Electrical Engineering. 4th ed. Basic Electrical Engineering. M. McGraw-Hill (1997). HS111 COMMUNICATION SKILLS I (1 – 0 – 0) 1 credit Functional English: conversation skills – asking questions... Prentice Hall (2000). requests. and Mittal. and force production – Introduction to electrical machines: classiﬁcation – operating principle – applications.. and Nagrath. W. Hayt. A. Introduction to Electrical Circuits and Machines. Teaching Vocabulary: Language games. and Kamath.. References: 1. S. I. 2nd ed. 4. E. Cotton. Brown.. Hughes.. Kirchoff’s law. Principles of Electrical Engineering. Pal.

PH131 PHYSICS LAB I (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Mechanics. and Oscillations – – – – – – – – – – – – Ratio of speciﬁc heats Mechanical equivalent of heat Moment of inertia and angular acceleration with Cobra3 Damped driven harmonic oscillator Waves Modulus of elasticity Torsional vibrations and torsion modulus Characteristics of a solar cell Surface tension: the ring method Projectile motion Estimation of Celsius equivalent of absolute zero Measurement of g using free fall CH131 CHEMISTRY LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Determination of total hardness of water • The Nernst equation • Estimation of the amount of phosphoric acid in a soft drinks • Potentiometry • Conductometry • Validation of Ostwalds dilution law and solubility product • Determination of chloride content in a water sample • Estimation of iron using spectrophotometer • Spectrophotometric determination of two-components in a mixture • Kinetics of acid hydrolysis of ester • Kinetics of sucrose inversion • Bomb calorimetry AE131 BASIC ENGINEERING LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Study of general purpose hand tools in workshop • Assembly and disassembly practices of the following models – Gear box assembly – Centrifugal pump assembly along with shaft alignment practice 12 . Thermodynamics.

taper turning.– Cam and follower mechanisms assembly – Transducer (sensor) trainer • Experiments on different basic machines – – – – Turning exercise – straight turning. thread cutting practice Milling exercise – spur gear cutting practice Welding practice – arc welding Fitting practice – models with marking and drilling exercises HS131 • Presentation skills COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB I (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Appreciation of videos – songs – short ﬁlms • Role plays – debates – extemporizes – group presentations • Introduction to technical writing 13 .

Gauss. Blaisedell (1995). Special Functions: Legendre polynomials. 2. R. 14 . Advanced Engineering Mathematics. K. divergence – Laplacian – line and surface integrals – theorems of Green... Stokes’ theorem – physical applications in electrostatics – electrostatic potential and ﬁeld due to discrete and continuous charge distributions – dipole and quadrupole moments – energy density in an electric ﬁeld – dielectric polarization – conductors and capacitors – electric displacement vector – dielectric susceptibility. K. gamma function and their properties – Sturm–Liouville problems. Differential Equations: ﬁrst order ordinary differential equations – classiﬁcation of differential equations – existence and uniqueness of solutions of initial value problem – higher order linear differential equations with constant coefﬁcients – method of variation of parameters and method of undetermined coefﬁcients – power series solutions – regular singular point – Frobenius method to solve variable coefﬁcient differential equations. gradient. Textbooks: 1. and Stokes. and Iyengar. Jain. J. displacement current. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. 5th ed. Calculus: Early Transcendentals. 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Kreyszig. R.. curl. References: 1. D. John Wiley (2005). PH121 PHYSICS II (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Electricity: curvilinear coordinates – conservative vector ﬁelds and their potential functions – Gauss’ theorem. Greenberg. Ross. Pearson Education (2007). M. S. 9th ed. Magnetism: Biot–Savart’s law and Ampere’s law in magnetostatics – magnetic induction due to conﬁgurations of current-carrying conductors – magnetization and surface currents – energy density in a magnetic ﬁeld – magnetic permeability and susceptibility – force on a charged particle in electric and magnetic ﬁelds – electromotive force.SEMESTER II MA121 VECTOR CALCULUS AND DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Vector Calculus: scalar and vector ﬁelds – level surfaces – directional derivatives. Narosa (2005). Brooks/Cole (2007). E. Differential Equations. Bessel’s function. S. L.. Stewart... Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction – self and mutual inductance. Sequences and Series of Functions: complex sequences – sequences of functions – uniform convergence of series – test for convergence – uniform convergence for series of functions.. 3.

2. Saxena. 15 .. 4. S.. 2.. Narosa (1998). 8th ed. 2. and Warner. 4.. Textbooks: 1. R. The Feynman Lectures on Physics. thermal.. crystal structure – defects in crystals properties of materials. Textbooks: 1. Oxford Univ. Grifﬁth. J. References: 1. Callister Jr.. Polymer Science and Technology..Optics: nature of light – ray approximation in geometrical optics – reﬂection – refraction.. 4th ed. W. Prentice Hall India (2005)... R. 2nd ed. Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. B. Wiley (1986). Electromagnetic Fields. W. and Christy. magnetic. Prentice Hall (1999)... J. 3.. P. composites.. ceramics.. Pearson Education (2008). M. 7th ed. 3rd ed... K. Fried.. R. Billmeyer. F. D. Feynman. Textbook of Polymer Science. F.. Hecht. 2. N. The Science and Engineering of Materials.. R.. P. 2nd ed.. mechanical. smart materials.. Elements of Electromagnetics. R. D. Milford. Wiley India (1984). R. The Science and Design of Engineering Materials.. Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory. Leighton.. Introduction to Electrodynamics. and nanomaterials – material characterization.. A. 2nd ed. Antolovich. D. O. and Phule. Narosa (2005). Wangsness. 4th ed.. Selection of materials – structure of solids. Reitz. 3rd ed. Press (2007). R. W. and optical – semiconductor materials. 3rd ed. and Sands. Thompson-Engineering (2006). J. electrical. John Wiley (2007). Optics. Fermats principle – dispersion – mirrors and lenses – aberrations – interference – diffraction – polarization – lasers. Sadiku. 3. Lecture Notes. M. Askeland. McGraw-Hill (1999). CH121 MATERIALS SCIENCE (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Polymer Chemistry: basic concepts – molecular weights and distributions – thermal transitions – morphology – classiﬁcation of polymers – methods of polymerization – molecular weight determination. E. References: 1. P. J.. S.

5th ed. and Fowler. M. Electronic Devices and Circuits: An Introduction. Prentice Hall (2002). B.. R. Biasing circuit – bias stabilization and compensation techniques – small signal low frequency h-parameter model – low frequency transistors. Boylestad. Pearson Education (2003). Beer. Wiley (2002). and Kraige.. Engineering Mechanics. 1).. Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics (Vol. L. cables – friction – center of mass and area moments of inertia – mass moment of inertia – virtual work and energy method – applications of energy method for equilibrium – stability of equilibrium – review of particle dynamics – curvilinear motion – plane kinematics of rigid bodies. W.. 5th ed. 3. A. 2).. 10th ed. Prentice Hall (2006). Tata McGraw-Hill (2007). 12th Indian ed. and Nashelsky.. Textbooks: 1. Dynamics (Vol. Introduction to operational ampliﬁers – inverting and non-inverting mode of its operation – digital circuits – Boolean logic – basic gates – truth tables – logic minimization using K maps – combinatorial and sequential circuits. 2. G. 2). Digital Design. and Johnston. F. Meriam. rotation – plane kinetics of rigid bodies. AV121 BASIC ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Semiconductor diode characteristics – applications in rectiﬁers and power supplies – transistor characteristics... L. References: 1. R. (1989).AE121 ENGINEERING MECHANICS (2 – 1 – 0) 3 credits Basics of statics – fundamental principles and concepts – analysis of structures – trusses. L. Principles of Statics and Dynamics.. Engineering Mechanics: Statics (Vol. M. Hibbeler. frames.. Ampliﬁers – FET biasing and low frequency ampliﬁer circuits – RC-coupled ampliﬁers. 16 . S. H. Mano. C.. J. machines. McGraw-Hill (2007). Prentice Hall (2007). Textbooks: 1. Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics. EEE Publication. 1). D.. 4th ed. 8th ed. Timoshenko. E. 2. 2. and Young. L. References: 1. Dynamics (Vol. Bedford. Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory. R.. A. M. Mottershed. beams.

N. 8th ed.. A. Garner. Pearson Education.. Floyd. L. Malvino. A. Revell (2008). and Optics – – – – – – – – – – – – – Millikans oil drop experiment Magnetic moment in the magnetic ﬁeld Coulomb ﬁeld and potential of metal spheres Photo electric effect Black body radiation Brewsters angle Malus law Speciﬁc charge of electron Dielectric constant of different materials Earths magnetic ﬁeld Faradays law Inductance of solenoids Magnetic ﬁeld of single coil (Biot–Savarts law) CH141 MATERIALS SCIENCE LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Preparation of nylon 6.. Electronic Devices.. HS121 COMMUNICATION SKILLS II (1 – 0 – 0) 1 credit Reading and appreciating stories. Bechtle. Tata McGraw-Hill. 12th ed. Electronic Devices and Circuits.6 • Preparation of polystyrene by bulk polymerization 17 . McGraw-Hill (1997). P. essays – listening and appreciating video lectures – comprehensive questions and answers.. Jain. 2... PH141 PHYSICS LAB II (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Electricity. McGraw-Hill (2004). 3. Conﬁdent Conversation: How to Communicate Successfully in Any Situation. Modern Digital Electronics. 3rd TMH ed. 4. (1989). M. Magnetism. 5. T. P. poems. Y.2.. Electronic Principles. References: 1. Bapat. (2007). 9th ed. R. Tata McGraw-Hill (1989). Conversationally Speaking: Tested New Ways to Increase Your Personal and Social Effectiveness.

P.• Preparation of polystyrene by suspension polymerization • Determination of molecular weight of a polymer using Ostwald viscometer • Dilatometry – Measurement of linear expansion of solids at different temperature • Preparation of phenol formaldehyde resin-NOVOLAK • Determination of viscosity of Newtonian & Non-Newtonian liquids using rotary viscometer • Preparation of carbon foam using sucrose • Synthesis of gold nano-particles AE141 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (1 – 0 – 3) 2 credits Geometrical construction of simple plane ﬁgures – free hand sketching – drawing scales – graphical communication through multiple projections – ﬁrst angle and third angle projections – simple projection of points. Prentice Hall (1992). Engineering Graphics. Bethune. Prentice Hall (2007). J. VIP Publishers (2007). Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing.. 2nd ed. D. I. M. Textbook: • Varghese. 3.. J. W. AV141 BASIC ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Electrical Engineering Lab – – – – Magnetic measurements Three phase power measurement Veriﬁcation of theorems Characteristic of electrical machines (AC and DC) • Electronics Engineering Lab – Implementation of digital circuits – Design of electronic system using operational ampliﬁers – Device characteristic 18 . Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD. Venugopal. lines and planes – projection of simple solids in simple positions (orthographic and isometric) – solid sections – intersection of solids – development of surfaces – introduction to CAD – creation of simple drawing – solid modeling – auxiliary projection – section views.. Engineering Drawing and Graphics. References: 1. 2. and Duff.. K.. 11th ed. New Age International (1994). J.. Luzadder.

poster. group discussions. individual presentations. paper. report. and project proposal • Short plays.– Power supply design – Wave shaping circuits: clippers and clampers – Biasing of transistor HS141 COMMUNICATION SKILLS LAB II (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Technical writing-how to write minutes. debates 19 .

AE211 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to applications – basic concepts and deﬁnitions – thermodynamic properties of pure substances – saturated and other states – work and heat. Transforms: Fourier series expansion of periodic functions with period two – Fourier series of even and odd functions – half-range series – Fourier series of functions with arbitrary period – conditions of convergence of Fourier series. Tata McGraw-Hill (2005).. M. modulation. K. linear dependence. Krishnamurthy.. Iyengar. eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. dimension – inner product – Gram–Schmidt orthogonalization process – linear transformation. Clasius inequality. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND TRANSFORMS (3 . deﬁnition and applications – ﬁrst law. Conte. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. K. R. D. Pearson Education (2007). 9th ed. John Wiley (2005). S. Jain. S. D. 2. Kreyszig. K. ring ﬁeld – Vector spaces over real ﬁeld. C. R. Numerical Methods: solution of algebraic and transcendental equations – solution of system of linear equations – numerical integration – interpolation – solution of ordinary differential equations. Afﬁliated East-West Press (1986). R. Numerical Algorithms. K.. independence. null space and nullity. References: 1. and Iyengar. Numerical Methods for Scientiﬁc and Engineering Computation. Fourier integral – the Fourier transform pair – algebraic properties of Fourier transform – convolution. S.0) 3 credits Linear Algebra: matrices. and de Boor. and Jain. solution space of system of equations Ax = b.. range and rank of a linear transformation.SEMESTER III MA211 LINEAR ALGEBRA.. 2. K. Textbooks: 1. Elementary Numerical Analysis. V.... 4. and translation – transforms of derivatives and derivatives of transform – inversion theory. Narosa (2005). Advanced Engineering Mathematics. E.. internal energy and enthalpy. 3.. basis. K. R. irreversibility and exergy – thermodynamic cycles 20 . Cayley-Hamilton theorem – Deﬁnition of Group. Jain. 3rd ed. subspaces. M. entropy – availability.0 . applications to non-ﬂow and ﬂow systems – second law. New Age International (2003). Greenberg. Laplace transforms of elementary functions – inverse Laplace transforms – linearity property – ﬁrst and second shifting theorem – Laplace transforms of derivatives and integrals – Laplace transform of Dirac delta function – applications of Laplace transform in solving ordinary differential equations. corollaries.

and third laws of thermodynamics applied to combustion. References: 1. 2. Mechanics of Materials. 21 .. Johnston. J... 4th ed. AE213 FLUID MECHANICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Fluid properties – ﬂuid statics – integral control volume formulation – applications of Bernoulli equation – ﬂuid kinematics – differential formulation. C. virtual force method. and Boles.. Textbook: • C ¸ engel. A. Prentice Hall (2004). Hibbeler. shear. Borgnakke. Advanced Mechanics of Solids.. and DeWolf. Wiley (2009). E. M.. eccentrically loaded columns – energy methods. Beer. Textbook: • Popov. Nag. McGraw-Hill (2011).. R. F. and bending moment – pure bending – shear stress in beams – transformation of stresses and strains – deﬂection of beams – columns. stoichiometry. R. F. 3rd ed.... virtual displacement method. Prentice Hall (1998).. K. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). Engineering Mechanics of Solids.. P. M. Fluid Mechanics. Thermodynamics – An Engineering Approach. 7th ed. continuity and momentum equations – exact solutions of Navier–Stokes equation – dimensional analysis – pipe ﬂow – potential ﬂow – boundary layer theory.. 2. Y. second. Euler loads. J. S.– basics of gas-vapor mixtures and reacting systems – thermodynamic relations – combustion thermodynamics. 3. 6th ed. AE212 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Concepts of stress. 6th ed. strain – torsion – axial force. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics. 2nd ed.. L. References: 1. Wiley (2007).. T. ﬁrst. 2nd ed. P. P. M. Textbook: • White. R. 7th ed. Engineering Thermodynamics. 3. C. Tata McGraw-Hill (2003). Fundamentals of Thermodynamics. Tata McGraw-Hill (2005). Moran. beam-columns. A. N... McGraw-Hill (2005).. and Shapiro. 5th ed. Mechanics of Materials. E.. and Sonntag. H. Srinath.. E.

Manufacturing Technology: Foundry. welding. P. AE214 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY I (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Metallurgy: phase rule. C. S.References: 1. T. References: 1.. Textbooks: 1. magnitudes – stars. S. P. C ¸ engel. 1999. 2. Principles of Manufacturing: metal casting technology – principles of solidiﬁcation – various metal forming techniques and their analysis – joining processes... Tata McGraw-Hill (1976). 5. Principles of Metal Casting. P. Degarmo. Singh.. 3.. J. and soldering – inspection and NDT – plastics. T. and Huebsch. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics. John Wiley (2009). and Cimbala. Standard Publishers.. Fluid Mechanics: Fundamental and Applications.. 2nd ed. 6th ed. Wiley Eastern (2003).. P. R. 4.... W. brazing. W. C. Manufacturing Science.. Physical Metallurgy. A. and Rosenthal. phase diagrams – iron-carbon diagram – heat treatment – steels (iron alloys) and nonferrous alloys. Kalpakjian. and Kohser. and Schmidt. 10th ed. 3. J. M. Rao.. 6th ed. B. J.. Ghosh. McGraw-Hill (2010). 8th ed. ES211 INTRODUCTION TO SPACE SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS (2 – 0 – 0) 2 credits Astronomy: overview of astronomy – know the sky – coordinate system – telescopes – ﬂux. and Mallik. Y.. Munson. R. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing. R.. W. 2. V.. Young. S. Pritchard. AWS (1994).. E. Black. A. 2nd ed.. Okiishi.. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology. Tata McGraw-Hill (2007). R. A. F. John Wiley (2011). H. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Processes. and composites manufacturing. K. Heine.. 3. J. Campbell. Pearson Education (2009). N. G. ceramics. Linnert. E. Welding Metallurgy.. Tata McGraw-Hill (1995). D. A. formation – solar system. 2nd ed. R. Prentice Hall of India (2007)... 2. Forming and Welding. Loper. 22 .. Fox and McDonald’s Introduction to Fluid Mechanics.

A. Economics. Palgrave Macmillan (2003). Economic Problems and Policies: meaning of development – problems of growth – population – agriculture and industry – balance of payments – planning – study report related to economics of space program. Surjeet Publications (1998). J..deﬁnitions – economic systems – economics as a science. pitch and yaw on the image. Principles and Concepts of Micro Economics: demand – supply – production – costs – markets – equilibrium. Macroeconomic Theory.. classiﬁcation. Remote Sensing: basic concepts of remote sensing and data acquisition – satellite data processing – deﬁnition. 2. S. Orbital Mechanics and Satellites: Keplers laws of planetary motion – equations of motion – orbit determination – concept of subsatellite point and ground trace – propagation of state vector from epoch to any desired time. A. Textbooks: 1. McGraw-Hill (2005). Thirlwall. Basics of Macro Economics: role of government – national income concepts – inﬂation concepts – classical vs.. Gardner. Palgrave Macmillan (2003). A. Different types of sensors used: pushbroom. A. 2nd ed. Modern Economic Theory. 2. Growth and Development with Special Reference to Developing Economies. 23 .Atmospheric Science: earths atmosphere. constituents – greenhouse effect – radiation budget – differential heating – general circulation – cloud formation and classiﬁcation – solar radiation – interaction with planetary atmosphere. whiskbroom. radiometric and spectral. need – examples of satellite data at different stages of correction. W.. Black. K.. Textbook: • Lecture Notes HS211 INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS (2 – 0 – 0) 2 credits Exploring the Subject Matter of Economics: why we study economics – types . Press (2003). Samuelson. References: 1.. 18th ed. spatial. structure. K. and Nordhaus. Choice of orbits: low earth orbiting – sun synchronous – deﬁnition – need and how to achieve the same – geostationary orbits. 22nd ed. A Dictionary of Economics.. Chand (2005).. mirror scan – concept of integration time – instantaneous ﬁeld of view – quantization – resolution. Dewett.. D.. 2 D array. 3. temporal. P. Koutsoyiannis. Modern Microeconomics. Oxford Univ. P. Concept of attitude of satellite: impact of positive and negative roll. 3. 7th ed. Keynesianism.

. 7. Vickers hardness. C. AE232 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Tension tests: mild steel and aluminium alloy rods • Hardness tests: Brinell hardness. Luzadder. Machine Drawing. J. O’Connor. Greenwood Press (2004). K. joints – part drawing of machine elements – couplings.4. and their interpretations – creation of assembles in solid modeling packages and preparation of 2D drawings – a drawing project on reverse engineering. Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing. computer aided drafting of machine elements – assembly drawings using CAD for various engine parts – conventions in shop ﬂoor drawings – limits. N. 4. 3.. 41st ed. 7th ed. Oxford Univ. ﬁts. 8th ed. Economic Survey 2008. Tata McGraw-Hill (1983).. M. 6.. References: 1. Machine Drawing. Machine Drawing.. Economic Development.. W. Ministry of Finance. J. John. AE231 MACHINE DRAWING (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit Threaded fasteners – nuts. Government of India... S. V. P. S. 11th ed. V.. Manuals of drafting and modeling packages. Leading Issues in Economic Development. Pearson Education Ltd. and Rauch. 2. Press (2005). C. Prentice Hall (1995). Charotar Publishing House (2006). and Varghese. Textbook: • Bhatt. Rockwell hardness • Impact tests: Izod and Charpy tests • Torsion test • Double shear test • Compression test • Spring test • Deﬂection of beams 24 . D. Meir. P. J. The Basics of Economics. Kanniah. E. M. and Smith. P. Sidheswar. D.. M. V.. and Sastry. I.. and tolerances. M. E. 5. and Panchal. J. N. (2008).. VIP Publication (1995). and Duff. Todaro.

and Howell. continuity and derivative of functions of complex variable – analytical functions and applications – harmonic functions – transformations and conformal mappings – bilinear transformation – contour integration and Cauchys theorem – convergent series of analytic functions – Laurent and Taylor series – zeroes and singularities – calculation of residues – residue theorem and applications. W. M. and Barrett. Churchill. H. Springer-Verlag (2004). C. Renardy. 25 .. E.. Pearson Education (2003). Wylie. R. C.. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. C.. R. Mathews. Pearson Education (2004). 2nd ed. 9th ed. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.. and Rogers. and Brown. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. R. 3. Wiley. G.. McGraw-Hill (2002).. 2. D. N. and Laplace equations using separable variable techniques and Fourier series. 2004. McGrawHill (2004).. Pearson Education (2007). 2. Narosa (2005). McGraw-Hill (1986). 2nd ed. 4. Kreyszig.. J. J. elliptic and parabolic PDEs – canonical form – scalar ﬁrst order PDEs – method of characteristics – Charpits method – quasi-linear ﬁrst order equations – shocks and rarefactions – solution of heat. Complex Variable: complex numbers and their geometrical representation – functions of complex variable – limit. 5. 2nd ed.. wave. Textbooks: 1. Partial Differential Equations: Methods and Applications. C. V. Calculus of Variations: optimization of functional – Euler-Lagrange equations – ﬁrst variation – isoperimetric problems – Rayleigh-Ritz method.. 7... I. L. John Wiley (2005). Greenberg. 6th ed. References: 1. CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS. James.. Elements of Partial Differential Equations. Complex Variables and Applications. An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations.. R.SEMESTER IV MA221 PDE. 6. Sneddon. Differential Equations: A Modelling Perspective. 8. Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics. R. Borelli. R. M. Complex Analysis for Mathematics and Engineering. McOwen. L. AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Partial Differential Equations: introduction to PDEs – modeling Problems related and general second order PDE – classiﬁcation of PDE: hyperbolic.

and DeWitt. Y. gears. McGrawHill (2004). A. 3.. D. A. J. and gear trains – static and dynamic analysis of mechanisms – gyroscopes – balancing – single degree of freedom systems – free and forced vibration – multi degrees of freedom systems – natural frequencies. Textbook: • Incropera. 9th ed. Textbook: • Anderson. O.. 2. velocity and acceleration analysis of linkages – cams. Heat and Mass Transfer: A Practical Approach. 5th ed. 3rd ed. S. Zucker. Yahya. John Wiley (2002). E.. References: 1.. position. and Biblarz. 2. Heat Transfer.. Gas Dynamics. Holman. 26 . Prentice Hall (2006).. John.... New Age International Publishers (2003). Fundamentals of Compressible Flow with Aircraft and Rocket Propulsion. 3rd ed. J. AE222 HEAT TRANSFER (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to heat transfer – steady state heat conduction – transient heat conduction – introduction to convective heat transfer – external forced convection – internal forced convection – natural/free convection – heat exchangers – black-body radiation and radiative properties – radiative exchange between surfaces. AE223 KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MECHANISMS (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Review of joints and mobility. 3rd ed..AE221 GAS DYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Governing equations – static and stagnation properties – speed of sound and Mach number – isentropic ﬂow through variable area ducts – normal and oblique shocks – expansion waves – Fanno ﬂow – Rayleigh ﬂow – Prandtl-Meyer ﬂow – small perturbations theory – unsteady wave motion. P. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics. 3rd ed. 2nd ed.. P. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). T. J.. Tata McGraw-Hill (2007). R.. Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer.. M. John Wiley (2002). modes. and Keith. P. F. D. References: 1. Modern Compressible Flow with Historical Perspective. D. C ¸ engel.

E. Cassell Pub. Press (2003).. T. Myszka. 5th ed. J. length standards. E. Metrology for Engineers. S. R. and Galyer. Allyn & Bacon (2005). 3rd ed. (2008).and nano-metrology.. D. and Shigley. HS221 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL SCIENCE AND ETHICS (2 – 0 – 0) 2 credits Social Science: introduction to sociology. Textbooks: 1.. 3. Contemporary Society: An Introduction to Social Science. Jain. G. anthropology – social science research design and sampling. J. Delmar Pub. Prentice Hall (2004).. Fundamentals of Dimensional Metrology. 27 .. Ethics: professional and personal ethics – values & norms and human rights. J... C. (1988). 2nd ed. 2. Perry. Busch.. Springer-Verlag (2002). References: 1... ﬂatness.. D. Textbooks: • Lecture Notes References: 1. Engineering Metrology.Textbook: • Uicker. Industrial Metrology: Surfaces and Roundness. Handbook of Surface Metrology. Oxford Univ. J. Machines and Mechanisms: Applied Kinematics Analysis. fundamentals of dimensional measurements. 2. Theory of Machines. 11th ed. J... Theory of Machines and Mechanisms. Rattan. Smith. application of light interference for precision measurements – ﬁts and tolerances – concepts and practices of gauging – comparators and their applications – linear and angular measurements – thread and gear inspection – form. and alignment measurements – surface metrology – co-ordinate metrology – laser applications in metrology – vision inspection – micro. R. Shotbolt. Whitehouse. straightness. T. 2. References: 1. J. S. 3rd ed. Tata McGraw-Hill (2005). S. AE224 METROLOGY AND COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to metrology... K. H. Taylor & Francis (1994).. G. Pennock. and Perry. Khanna Pub. (1990).

call by value. SpringerVerlag (1999). ﬁle I/O. and Ritchie. Brooks. 5th ed. strings – passing arrays to functions – pointers. bubble. C programming: The Essentials for Engineers and Scientists. arrays and pointers. Sociology. function pointer – structure. 4.. 2. operators and expressions – variables and constants – data types and declarations – formatted and unformatted I/O – debugging techniques – control ﬂow statements – conditional and unconditional. AE241 • Fluid Mechanics THERMAL AND FLUID LAB (0 – 0 – 6) 2 credits – – – – – – – Calibration of venturi and oriﬁce meters Characterization of friction loss in pipe ﬂow Performance test on centrifugal pump Performance test on Francis turbine Performance test on Pelton turbine Performance test on reciprocating pump Experiments on transition in pipe ﬂows 28 .. structure using pointer. Pre-Processing and Files Handling: pre-processor directives. A Companion to Ethics. union. A. Wiley (2006). tokens. P. Singer. call by reference – recursion. W. character set. Kernighan... C Programming Language. Arrays and Pointers: functions. A. merge.2. Programming in ANSI C. N. References: 1. B.. Functions. pointers to function. P. typedef. B. McGraw-Hill (2007).. M. Pearson Education (2006). 4th ed. 3. Kanetkar. Press (2001).. Inﬁnity Science Press (2008).. E. Prentice Hall (1988). Y. Balaguruswamy. D. MA241 C PROGRAMMING LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit Introduction to C: algorithms and ﬂowchart. quick. Making Social Science Matter. looping statements – storage Classes. D.. 3. ﬁle operations – text and binary ﬁles – command line arguments – sorting techniques – selection. pointer arithmetic. Let Us C. Programming with ANSI and Turbo C. Wiley-Blackwell (1993). C preliminaries – structure of a C program. R. Giddens.. 2. Flyvbjerg. Textbooks: 1. insertion. Cambridge Univ. Kamthane. arrays – one-dimensional and multi-dimensional.

• Heat Transfer – – – – – – Evaluation of heat transfer coefﬁcient and thermal conductivity of materials Experiments on forced and natural convection apparatus Performance test on plate heat exchanger Laws on radiant heat transfer and heat exchange Experiments on transient conduction Pin-ﬁn apparatus • Thermal Engineering – – – – – – Performance test on reciprocation compressor Performance test on centrifugal blower Performance test on vapour compression refrigeration unit Load test on single cylinder diesel engine Performance test on a multi-cylinder MPFI gasoline engine Performance test on heat pump unit 29 .

J. discrete and continuous random variables. Correlation and Regression Analysis: curve ﬁtting by the method of least squares – Chi-square test of goodness of ﬁt – contingency tables – inference based on the least square estimators – regression – correlation – inference concerning correlation coefﬁcient. Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists. Levin. L. 7th ed. C. Craig. W. An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications. V.. Prentice Hall (2000). Sampling Distributions and Inference Concerning Means: population and samples – central limit theorem – sampling distributions of mean and variance – point estimation – conﬁdence interval for mean. I. R. and Rubin. V. and Tanis. 1 & Vol. the null hypotheses and the signiﬁcance tests – control charts for variables and attributes – acceptance sampling by attributes – simple. Textbook: • Walpole. 3.. Probability & Statistics for Engineers & Scientists. A. Ross.... References: 1.. McGraw-Hill (2002). Myers. and Ye. Prentice Hall (1998). geometric distribution. K. variance.. Introduction to Probability and Statistics: Principles and Applications for Engineering and the Computing Sciences. H. S. L. E. Pearson Education (2012). Miller & Freund’s Probability and Statistics for Engineers. R. 2. J. Prentice Hall (2005). J. Milton. A. R.. 2. and Weibull distribution – mathematical expectation and moments. 5.SEMESTER V MA311 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Probability Distributions: binomial distribution. S. 4th ed. and characteristic function – random Variable. Academic Press (2004). 9th ed. Johnson. T. 6th ed.. uniform distribution.. moment generating function.. E. S.. 6th ed. mean. Larsen. W. 7th ed.. normal distribution – normal approximation to the binomial distribution. double and sequential sampling plans – design of experiments. W. beta distribution. An Introduction to Mathematical Statistics and Its Applications. variance and proportions – tests of hypotheses. M.. Prentice Hall (2004) 7. Hogg. S. D.. 8. 6. Hogg. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics.. and Marx.. R. Prentice Hall (2005).. Vol. 3rd ed. hyper geometric distribution – Poisson approximation to the binomial. Probability and Statistical Inference. R. and Arnold. Statistics for Management. Myers.. 30 . M. 4... and McKean. R. gamma distribution. Feller. John Wiley (1968). J.

A. Mathematical Statistics with Applications. and Cummings. Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students.. Textbook: • Megson... D. and Woinowsky-Krieger. S.. Missile Aerodynamics. Aerodynamics. N. Aerodynamics for Engineers. J.. 5th ed. H. P. C. Clancy. John Wiley (1997). 2. McGraw-Hill (1964)... Himalayan Books (2006). and Scheaffer. McGraw-Hill (2006). Fundamentals of Aerodynamics.. C. 31 . R.. J. References: 1. Spacecraft Structures. 3.. 4. 2.. Osgood. 7th ed. W. Bertin.. AE312 AEROSPACE STRUCTURES I (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Introduction to theory of elasticity – linear and nonlinear strain descriptions – stress-strain relations – thermal stresses – isotropic and orthotropic materials – introduction to laminated composites – stress functions – torsion of solid sections – theory of thin plates and axisymmetric shells – structural instability – virtual work. Duxbury Press (2007). Theory of Plates and Shells. and Goodier. Theory of Elasticity.9. L. N. T. S. Prentice Hall (2008). 3. and Chow. incompressible ﬂows – elementary ﬂows – nonlifting and lifting ﬂows over cylinders – Kutta–Joukowski theorem – airfoil nomenclature and characteristics – incompressible ﬂow past airfoils – starting vortex – classical thin airfoil theory – symmetrical and cambered airfoils – incompressible ﬂow past ﬁnite wings – vortex ﬁlament and sheet – Biot–Savart law – Prandtls lifting line theory – elements of vortex panel method – viscous ﬂow over wings – rocket aerodynamics. Wackerly. Foundations of Aerodynamics. Textbook: • Anderson. J. 3rd ed. Timoshenko... J. energy and matrix methods – introduction to ﬁnite element method. Timoshenko. AE311 AERODYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Fundamental aerodynamic variables – inviscid. D. Prentice Hall (1966). J.. References: 1. S. 4th ed. Mendenhall.-Y. P.. M. Nielsen. AIAA (1988).. Kuethe. 2nd ed. C. 5th ed. G.. M.. McGraw-Hill (1970). L. 4th ed. Reprint ed. Butterworth-Heinemann (2007). J.. R.

2. process variables and applications – surface engineering – concept of CIM and FMS – additive manufacturing – advanced manufacturing techniques. transient response. P.. Nontraditional Machining: principles. on-off controls – hydraulic. ampliﬁers. S. C. linearity. Processes. and stability – frequency response methods. Fundamentals of Metal Cutting and Machine Tools.. Kalpakjian. Modern Machining Processes. Feedback Control System Analaysis and Synthesis. integral.. R. R. temperature. and pneumatic controllers. pressure. B. Abrasive Machining Processes: Grinding – ﬁne ﬁnishing process. Nyquist stability criteria. 4th ed. and Schmidt.. Instrumentation: Devices and Systems.. H. bode diagrams. derivative. Sekhon.. H. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). polar plot. S.. V. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology. acceleration.AE313 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY II (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Principles of Metal Cutting: mechanics of metal cutting – cutting tools – cutting processes – process variables – tool life. Machine Tools: conventional machine tool conﬁguration – CNC technology – CNC machine tools and programming. S. V. New Age International (2008)... AV315 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Instrumentation: sensitivity. and resolution of instruments – uncertainty of measurements – signal conditioners .. and Shah. P. 1988. L.. S. Pearson Education (2009). Textbooks: 1. and Mani. and ﬁlters – measurement of displacement. Tata McGraw-Hill. CRC Press (2007). Control Systems: classiﬁcation of control systems – block diagram representation and reductions – mathematical background and mathematical model of physical systems – time domain analysis. Rangan. electronic. References: 1. 2. ﬂow. G. Juneja. velocity. proportional. and Systems. S. equipment. Wiley India (2010).bridge circuits. Controllers: types of controllers – types of control action. and Seth. 32 . 2nd ed. 2. force. Textbooks: 1. torque. M. D’Azzo. Sharma. C. S. G. Pandey.. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing: Materials. Groover. and level. N.

Control Systems Engineering. (1991). pollutants. Euro norms. water sampling. Hammer. 3rd ed. Linear Feedback Control Analysis and Design with MATLAB. McGraw-Hill (2003). J. B. M. Water and Wastewater Technology. Ministry of Urban Development.. M. K. Gopal. 5. Doebelin. 4.an alternative tool for reducing pollution – engineering interventions.. 6. P. V. storage. Ministry of Urban Development. Kiely... Environmental Chemistry.. Environmental Engineering.... K. Manual on Water Supply and Treatment. S. 7. Laxmi Pub. 3rd ed. Environmental Engineering (Vol. liquid waste management. Freeman and Company (2005). University Grants Commission (2004).. P. N. Hauser. J. GOI (1993). (2004). Princeton Univ. Khanna Pub. causes and consequences. solid. hazardous wastes. (2004). GOI (1999). D. micro and macro nutrients in soil. A. 9. accumulation of salts in water – soil formation. Astrom. 2.. 1 & Vol. pollutants in soil – green chemistry. Press (2008). W. M. quality measurement – oxygen demand – detection of pollutants – current environmental issues. Practical Hydraulics Hand Book. 33 . Bharucha. YQ. global warming. water treatment operations. ASP. Comprehensive Environmental Studies. and Cann. 2.. waste minimization. 2). Regents/Prentice Hall (1991). Prentice Hall of India (2002). CPHEEO. Textbook: • Rao. and Atherton. trickling ﬁlter – environmental management. organic and inorganic air pollutants. M. Garg.References: 1. Baird. McGraw-Hill (1997). Manual on Sewerage and Sewage Development. CPHEEO. Wiley India (2003). C. References: 1.. Textbook of Environmental Engineering. H. S. e-waste management. 8. Textbook of Environmental Studies. reverse osmosis. Tata McGraw-Hill (2008). air pollution. Montreal protocol. 5th ed.. Chen. Xue. 4... Nise. R. 3.. ISO standards – Kyoto protocol. ﬂow sheets. D. SIAM (2007). CH311 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (2 – 0 – 0) 2 credits Awareness of the impact of environment on quality of life – natural resources – biological systems – bio-geo chemical cycles – chemical processes. Control Systems: Principles and Design.. J.. 4th ed. Lewis Pub. Feedback Systems: An Introduction for Scientists and Engineers.. E. Sharma. Measurement Systems: Application and Design. O. E. and Murray. G. 5. 3. smog-acid mine drainage.

Press (2000). G. W. S. Environmental Chemistry: A Global Perspective. AE331 AERODYNAMICS LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Calibration of wind tunnel • Boundary layer measurements • Flow visualization over a cambered aerofoil • Pressure distribution over a symmetric aerofoil • Wake survey over a cylinder • Flow through a bent tube • Oil ﬂow and tuft ﬂow visualization • Drag measurements on a cylinder using strain gauge balance • Interference study between two cylinders AE332 METROLOGY LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Dimensional measurement using minor measuring instruments • Measurement of angle using Sine bar and digital angle protractor • Dimensional measurement using proﬁle projector • Measurement of screw thread parameters using tool maker’s microscope • Measurement of pitch diameter of thread plug gauge and diameter of plain plug gauges on universal length measuring machine. and Duffy. • Experiment to study the relationship between pressure and gap thickness on the air gauge system and demonstration of diameter measurement of the given specimen • Dimensional measurement using digital height gauge • Determination of calibration uncertainty of micrometer/dial indicator/electronic probes using slip gauges/universal length measuring machine • Experiment on statistical quality control (X and R chart) and process capability analysis • Straightness error measurement using autocollimator • Flatness measurement of surface plate using electronic levels • Roughness measurement on specimens machined by various operations • Measurement of dimensions using vision inspection system • Study of alignment telescope 34 .. Vanloon.10. J. Oxford Univ.

AV335 INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Familiarization with MATLAB and SIMULINK • Compensator design for a typical electromechanical engine gimbal control (EGC) system and linear system performance assessment using MATLAB/SIMULINK • Evaluation of step response. frequency response and disturbance response of the nonlinear model of electromechanical engine gimbal control (EGC) system using MATLAB/SIMULINK • Nonlinear model simulation of an aircraft elevon surface actuation system 35 .

inertial – equations of motion in non-rotating earth and ﬂat-earth frames of reference – aircraft performance – gliding. take-off and landing – V-n diagrams – static longitudinal. Non-Keplerian Motion: perturbing acceleration – earth aspherical potential – oblateness – third body effects – atmospheric drag effects – application of perturbations. John Wiley (1994).. O. Pamadi. G. hinge moments. Springer (2007). Perkins. directional. Two Body Motion: equations of motion – Kepler laws – solution to two-body problem – conics and relations – vis-viva equation Kepler equation – orbital elements – orbit determination – Lambert problem – satellite tracking. earth centric. combined maneuvers. linearisation. B. R. Fundamentals of Airplane Flight Mechanics.. Smetana. Performance. divergence. 3. Hull. John Wiley (1989). spiral. propulsion.. 2nd ed. F. B. W. John Wiley (1949). 2nd ed. and Control of Airplanes. aerodynamic balancing – effect of manoeuvres – aerodynamic modelling. lateral/directional motion.. trim-tabs. AIAA Edu. E. control and performance characteristics of sounding rockets and launch vehicles. 4. D. Aeronautics. D. 36 . angular momentum. 2. Textbooks: 1. cruise and climbing ﬂight. B. bi-elliptic maneuvers. atmosphere and aircraft instrumentation – frames of reference – body axis.. Flight Vehicle Performance and Aerodynamic Control. And Hage. and lateral stability and control – stick ﬁxed and stick free stability. 2.SEMESTER VI AE321 ATMOSPHERIC FLIGHT MECHANICS (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Overview of aerodynamics. simulation. Series (2004). roll subsidence and dutch roll modes – stability. C. AIAA Edu. optimal cruise trajectories. Series (2001). Etkin. wind axis. Airplane Performance Stability & Control.. Dynamics of Flight. Orbit Maneuvers: Hohmann transfer – inclination change maneuvers. concept of steady states. McCormick. AE322 SPACEFLIGHT MECHANICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Dynamics of Particles: reference frames and rotations – energy... References: 1. longitudinal motion and short period and phugoid modes. and Flight Dynamics. decoupling of longitudinal and lateral/directional motion – dynamic stability. Aerodynamics. N. Stability. Dynamics.

. Brown C. 2. G.. Krieger Pub. V. Elsevier (2009). H. W. 2nd ed. AIAA Edu. 2nd ed. P. AIAA Edu... References: 1. D. Fundamentals of Jet Propulsion with Applications. Escobal. Flack. J. Methods of Orbit Determination. R.. 3rd ed. Hill. and Peterson. Textbooks: 1.. D. E.Lunar / Interplanetary Trajectories: sphere of inﬂuence – methods of trajectory design – restricted three body problem – Lagrangian points... Curtis. Heiser. A. T. McGraw-Hill (1996). Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion. Mattingly. 2. Rigid Body Dynamics: attitude control of spinning and non-spinning spacecrafts. Textbooks: 1. 37 . Addison-Wesley (1992). AE323 AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Review of combustion and ﬂames – introduction to air breathing propulsion systems – review of basic gas dynamics equations – types of nozzles – design and operating characteristics – aircraft engine types – performance measures – fundamentals of aircraft gas turbine engine cycles – engine components and conﬁgurations – working performance evaluation – design and off design performance – basics of turbomachinery– compressor and turbine blade ﬂow path analysis (centrifugal and axial types) – hypersonic air breathing engines – ramjet and scramjet – combustion systems. W. Elements of Gas Turbine Propulsion. AIAA Edu.. Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students. References: 1. D. Press (2005). 2nd ed. AIAA Edu. D... Tewari.. Birkhuser (2007). AIAA Edu. D. 2006. Chobotov. 3. C.. Orbital Mechanics. Series (2005). 2nd ed. Wiesel... R. J. Series (1994).. 2. A. 2. P. 3. H. Series (1998). Cambridge Univ. Spacecraft Mission Design. 2nd ed. 3. Series. Elements of Propulsion: Gas Turbines and Rockets. R. Series (2002). (1976). Co. Spaceﬂight Dynamics. and Pratt. Hypersonic Air Breathing Propulsion. D. Mattingly.. Atmospheric and Space Flight Dynamics: Modeling and Simulation with MATLAB and Simulink.

Jacobs Publishing Inc.. B. rocket and spacecraft structures – type of loads on ﬂight structures – bending. C. shear and torsion of open and closed thin-walled beams – monocoque.AE324 AEROSPACE STRUCTURES II (3 – 1 – 0) 4 credits Description of essential features of aircraft. References: 1. 4th ed. leadership.. isogrid and sandwich constructions – idealization and stress analysis of typical aerospace structural components – pressurized structures – stress discontinuities – effects of cut-outs – effects of boundary conditions in open and closed section beams – structural fatigue.. McGraw-Hill (1964). P. and Goodier.. Theory of Plates and Shells. McGraw-Hill (1990). H. Butterworth-Heinemann (2007). N. and Woinowsky-Krieger. Koontz H. J. 2.. Industrial Management: management functions – organization – principles of planning – management by objectives – organization structures – principles of organizing – span of control – delegation. S. Textbook: • Megson..... References: 1. Tata McGraw-Hill (1991). S. stiffened plate. F. 2nd ed. Project Management: development of project network – project representation – project scheduling – linear time-cost trade-offs in projects: a heuristic approach – project monitoring and control with PERT. C. S. Theory of Elasticity. Personnel Management and Human Resources. ODonnel. E01 ELECTIVE I (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits HS321 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Personnel Management: introduction – changing role of personnel manager – new people management – manpower planning – recruitment and selection – performance appraisal – workers participation in management – grievance handling. T. directing. 38 . Timoshenko. and controlling. H. Analysis and Design of Flight Vehicle Structures. S. E. 3. Venkataratnam. P. K. 2. and Weihrich. G.. Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students. Bruhn. 2nd ed.. (1973). and Srivastava. Essentials of Management.. 3rd ed. Timoshenko. McGraw-Hill (1970).

and Clements. Dhanpat Rai Publications (P) Ltd. S. Successful Project Management. B. South-Western College Publishing (2003) 5.. Khanna. and Gankar. 6. J.. Engineering Management. O..3. Himalaya Publishing House (2007). P. Gido.. Personnel Management – Text and Cases. Mazda F. V.. Memoria. J. AE341 • Buckling of struts AEROSPACE STRUCTURES LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Experiments on thin-walled pressure vessel • Unsymmetrical bending and shear center measurements • measurement of strain using strain gauges • Shear force in a beam • Deﬂection of beams and cantilevers • Continuous and indeterminate beams • Uniaxial tension test with loading/unloading AE342 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Study and simulation practices of CNC turning and milling experiments using Fanuc system • Experiments in CNC turning machine • Experiments in CNC milling machine • Assessment of surface ﬁnish on surface grinding • Metallographic study near the weld zone of the TIG weld piece • Assessment of surface ﬁnish on cylindrical grinding • Electric discharge machining process – material removal rate and over cut measurement • Demonstration of rapid prototyping machine • Demonstration of Turn Mill centre • Demonstration of cutting force measurements during machining process using dynamometer • Demonstration of different robots and ﬂexible manufacturing system 39 . C. Industrial Engineering and Management. (2003). Prentice Hall (1997) 4. 2nd ed. P.

plate. simple robotic mechanism. protected ﬂanged coupling using Catia – Conduct dynamic simulation of different mechanisms like slider crank mechanism. cam & follower mechanism using Inventor • Modeling and analysis using FEM – Geometric modeling and ﬁnite element meshing of beam. double riveted lap joint.AE343 MODELING AND ANALYSIS LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Modeling using Catia and Inventor – Create assembly of different mechanisms and components like slider crank mechanism. double pendulum. and solid structures – Stress analysis of plate and beam structures – Free vibration analysis of plate and beam structures • Modeling and simulation of multi-rigid body systems using Scilab/MATLAB 40 .

Grifﬁn. R. and French.. Space Vehicle Design. Cambridge Univ.. J. 2. P. and Biblarz.. 7th ed.. and Peterson. Addison-Wesley (1992). G. Aircraft Design: A Conceptual Approach. Corke. Rocket Propulsion Elements. 3. P. Series (2004). Introduction to Aircraft Design. R.. Raymer. Aircraft Design. References: • Hill. D. D. 2nd ed. C. Fielding. Press (1999). John Wiley (2000). 2nd ed.... Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion. Space Vehicle Design: mission design – basic orbital mechanics – range safety – rocket propulsion options – attitude determination and control – conﬁguration and structural design – thermal control – power systems – design for re-entry – vehicle integration and recovery – introduction to multi-disciplinary design optimization. Design of Aircraft. T. References: 1. Series (2006)... AE412 AEROSPACE VEHICLE DESIGN (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Aircraft Design: introduction – weight estimation – airfoil and geometry selection – thrust to weight ratio and wing loading – initial sizing – propulsion – landing gear and subsystems – aerodynamics – stability. and handling qualities – ﬂight mechanics and performance issues. Prentice Hall (2002). McGraw-Hill (1999). 2. C. E02 ELECTIVE II (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits 41 . D. O. AIAA Edu.. M. Textbook: • Sutton. J.SEMESTER VII AE411 ROCKET PROPULSION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to rocket propulsion systems – rocket propulsion engines – types of rocket nozzles and thrust vector control – propellants – combustion in rocket engines – parameters for chemical rockets – elements of liquid propulsion systems – thrust chambers – turbo pumps – nonconventional propulsion techniques – solid rocket motors – grain conﬁguration – hybrid rockets – rocket testing and performance evaluation – selection of rocket motors. P. 4th ed. Textbooks: 1. J. Anderson. control. P. G. AIAA Edu.

pull down manoeuvres and steady level turn – Study of RC helicopter – Simulation of model RC aircraft using ﬂight 5.E03 ELECTIVE III (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits E04 ELECTIVE IV (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits E05 INSTITUTE ELECTIVE (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits AE431 FLIGHT MECHANICS AND PROPULSION LAB (0 – 0 – 3) 1 credit • Flight Mechanics – Study of pull up .5 • Propulsion Engineering – – – – – – Study and analysis of gas turbine cycle Performance analysis of turbojet engine Experiments on axial ﬂow fan Experimental impulse turbine module Experimental reaction turbine module Experiments on ramjet engine AE451 SUMMER INTERNSHIP AND TRAINING 3 credits AE452 COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE I 2 credits 42 .

SEMESTER VIII AE453 COMPREHENSIVE VIVA-VOCE II 3 credits AE454 PROJECT WORK 12 credits 43 .

.. Textbooks: 1. High-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing. W. blow-down and impulse facilities – wind tunnel instrumentation – special testing techniques. 3. 44 . Prentice Hall (2007). H. Re-entry vehicle aerodynamics – earth and Martian atmosphere models – continuum and free molecular ﬂows. Malalasekera. H.. 2.. 4. Selected Aerothermodynamic Design Problems of Hypersonic Flight Vehicles. and Pope. Riemann Solvers and Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics: A Practical Introduction. and Goin K. F. 2nd ed. Pope. 2nd ed. H. Series (2006). W. Krieger Pub. Rae Jr. Wiley (1999). and Weiland. References: 1. Springer-Verlag (1999). Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing. C.... J. Transonic Wind Tunnel Testing. H. Versteeg. Toro. J. 2nd ed. 2. Introduction to aerothermodynamics – real and perfect gases – chemical equilibrium and nonequilibrium – solutions for stagnation point ﬂow. B. 3rd ed.... Barlow. Goethert. L.. A. K.. Hypersonic and High-Temperature Gas Dynamics.. Introduction to hypersonic ﬂows – analytical and computational methods – hypersonic boundary layer theory – aerodynamic heating – viscous-inviscid interactions. Introduction to kinetic theory of gases – introduction to turbulence – use of turbulent models for external ﬂows. (1978).ELECTIVES AE461 ADVANCED AERODYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to experimental aerodynamic facilities – classiﬁcation of experimental facilities – continuous. D. Co. An Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method. 3. Dover (2007). Hirschel. Anderson Jr. E. A.. B. E. AIAA Edu. Introduction to computational aerodynamics – various levels of approximations – grid generation – boundary conditions. AIAA/Springer (2009).

Timoshenko. and Goodier. Incompressible Flow. E. Falkner–Skan solutions. 2nd ed. Schlichting.. 3rd ed. McGraw-Hill (1964). P.. M. Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students. 2.. I.. Cambridge Univ. F. M. Panton. Viscous Fluid Flow. G. N.. 5. rocket and spacecraft structures – type of loads on ﬂight structures – bending. P. Analysis and Design of Flight Vehicle Structures. K. 3rd ed. Textbook: • Megson.. Timoshenko. AE464 ADVANCED HEAT TRANSFER (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Radiation Heat Transfer: fundamentals – view factors – network method and enclosure analysis for gray – diffuse enclosures containing transparent media – engineering treatment of gas radiation. 45 . Boundary Layer Theory. McGraw-Hill (2001). (1973).. L. R. steady and unsteady ﬂows – waves in ﬂuids (potential ﬂow formulation) – boundary layer theory. F. John Wiley (2005).AE462 ADVANCED AEROSPACE STRUCTURES (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Description of essential features of aircraft. Bruhn. T. Theory of Plates and Shells. AE463 ADVANCED FLUID MECHANICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Fluid kinematics – physical conservation laws – review of integral and differential formulations – Navier–Stokes and energy equations – solution of Navier–Stokes equations. and Gersten. H.. P.. References: 1.. 4. Academic Press (2007). Advanced Transport Phenomena. 8th ed. S. Leal. Kundu. K. McGraw-Hill (2006). White.. 2nd ed. Butterworth-Heinemann (2007).. L. Fluid Mechanics. S.. 2.. Blasius solution.. S. 3. References: 1. Theory of Elasticity. momentum integral approach – introduction to turbulent ﬂows. Jacobs Publishing Inc. shear and torsion of open and closed thin-walled beams – monocoque... 3rd ed. isogrid and sandwich constructions – idealization and stress analysis of typical aerospace structural components – pressurized structures – stress discontinuities – effects of cut-outs – effects of boundary conditions in open and closed section beams – structural fatigue. H. and Cohen. G. Press (2007). McGraw-Hill (1970). J. stiffened plate. and Woinowsky-Krieger. 4th ed. 4th ed. 3.

D.. and Bott. Textbook: • Jones. passive. E. P. Heat and Mass Transfer.. Textbooks: 1. A. 2. M.. 3. and Dewitt. T. M. Condensation: modes of condensation – ﬁlm-wise condensation on vertical surfaces – horizontal tube systems – condensation in multicomponent systems. AE467 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF COMPOSITE STRUCTURES (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction – classiﬁcation and applications of composites – ﬁber-reinforced composites – micro and macro-mechanical analysis – analysis of simple laminated composite structural elements – failure and fracture of composite lamina – bending and vibration of composite and sandwich structural elements – design of aerospace composite and sandwich structures. L. shear. bending and torsion dynamics – static aeroelasticity – wind tunnel models – divergence and aileron reversal – Lifting surfaces: torsional divergence and load redistribution.. 2. and compound techniques. S. R. D. 2nd ed. K. Press (2002). 5th ed. Tata McGraw-Hill (2007). Enhancement of Heat Transfer: active. Textbook: • Hodges. F. CRC Press (1978). Sparrow. Introduction to Structural Dynamics and Aeroelasticity. Mechanics of Composite Materials.. 3rd ed.. 46 .. Radiation Heat Transfer. G. Y. Taylor & Francis (1999). Cambridge Univ. R. Narosa (2006). G. Hewitt. Wiley (2002). Process Heat Transfer. CRC Press (1994). H. References: 1.Two Phase Flow: fundamentals – ﬂow patterns – basic equations for homogeneous ﬂow and the separated-ﬂow model.. AE466 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND AEROELASTICITY (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Fundamental aspects of structural dynamics – free vibration and modal representation of ﬂexible structures – application to beam extension. Heat and Mass Transfer. and Cess. Incroprera... Shires. Boiling Heat Transfer: pool boiling – forced convective – cross ﬂow – multicomponent boiling – correlations for boiling coefﬁcient – critical heat ﬂux. aeroelastic tailoring – aeroelastic ﬂutter – stability characteristics – Flutter analysis: wind tunnel models – ﬂexible wings. Process Heat Transfer. C ¸ engel. Das.. P. R.. F.

I. Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics. 2nd ed... Textbook: • Hirsch. S. H. E. McGraw-Hill (1994). V. I. M. Vol. and Ishai. drives and controls.. V. T.. K. 4. 3. D.. McGrawHill (1995). C. programming – adaptive control – machining centres. Co. Press (2005).. (1980). A. 5. J. Elsevier (2007).. and Chiang. 3rd ed. Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basics with Applications. R. F. D.References: 1. and Pletcher.. 4. Gibson. S.. Patankar. C. Technomic Pub. Oxford Univ.. Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer. Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow.. References: 1. 4th ed. NC. CNC Machines: general concepts. Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials. Advanced Mechanics of Composite Materials. Introduction to Composite Materials. A. Butterworth-Heinemann (2007). H.. Hemisphere (1980).. Hong. Vasiliev. R. M. Hoffmann.. Taylor & Francis (1997). and Peri´ c.. 3. 2. Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows: The Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics.. 2. Anderson. design features. Computational Fluid Dynamics for Engineers.. Engineering Education Systems (2000). T. 2nd ed. 2nd ed. S. J.. and Morozov. Principles of Composite Materials Mechanics. Tannehill. H. Daniel. O.. Ferziger. Anderson. AE468 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Mathematical models for ﬂuid dynamics – classiﬁcation of partial differential equations – discretization methods – ﬁnite difference formulation – numerical solution of elliptic equations – linear system of algebraic equations – numerical solution of parabolic equations – stability analysis – numerical solution of hyperbolic equations – Burgers equation – incompressible Navier-Stokes equations and their solution algorithms – ﬁnite volume method. 2nd ed. AE469 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Manufacturing Systems: computer integrated manufacturing – computer aided design (CAD) and engineering (CAE) – computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and concurrent engineering. W. J. V. 3rd ed. V. and Tsai. 47 . Springer (2002). CNC and DNC.

. Van Nostrand (1974). (2002). Airframe Structural Design. Computer Integrated Manufacturing. 2. Prentice Hall of India (2007). 3rd ed. R. M.. sandwich and laminated composites – weight control – design of pressurized systems – conﬁguration. AE470 DESIGN OF AEROSPACE STRUCTURES (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Design considerations – codes and standards – aerospace materials and their properties – selection of materials – failure theories – design criteria – strength. 48 . Analysis and Design of Flight Vehicle Structures... Venkateswaran.. Prentice Hall of India (1984). Niu. Rehg.Shop Floor Automation: automated material handling – assembly and inspection – computer aided process planning (CAPP) – computer integrated production management system – group technology and cellular manufacturing – ﬂexible manufacturing system – automatic storage/retrieval systems (AS/RS) – Just In Time (JIT) – lean manufacturing. Hongkong Conmilit Press Ltd. Theory and Design of Modern Pressure Vessels. CAD/CAM: Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing. P. Principles of Computer Integrated Manufacturing.. McGraw-Hill (2003). J. Mechanical Engineering Design. 3. S.. 7th ed. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. 4.. stiffened plate. and Kraebber. 3rd ed. W.. damage tolerance – fail safe and safe life designs – design aspects typical aerospace structural constructions: monocoque.Y. A. J. E. 2nd ed. Textbook: • Groover. Kant Vajpayee. Mischke. stiffness. N. Jacobs Publishing Inc.. J. Prentice Hall of India (1995). A. (1973). Bruhn. 2nd ed. Pearson Prentice Hall (2004). F. Groover.. 2. M. E. Shigley. H. P.. Computer Integrated Manufacturing.. M. design calculations and checks applied to typical aerospace structures – structural connections and joints – fasteners – design project. and Zimmers. E. 4. Automation. 3. C. fatigue.. W.. C. References: 1.. and Budynas. 2nd ed. Harvey.. References: 1. and Alavudeen. F. isogrid. Prentice Hall of India (2008).

turbulence intensity. interferometry – introduction to laser diagnostic techniques – RTD. Dougherty. supersonic. and Goin K.. velocity. K.. J. 3. Barlow.. Allen. transonic... Wiley (1993). D. S.. Burmeister. Pitman Publishing (1940). thermography. Wiley (1999). Pavian H. (1972). Aeroacoustic Measurements. W.. metal. A. hot-wire. H. H. P.. Dover Publications (2007). Springer (2010). R.. 49 . Blake. transonic. Experimental Aerodynamics.AE471 CONVECTION HEAT TRANSFER (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction transport properties for viscous.. Krieger Pub. Experiments in Aerodynamics. Textbooks: 1. T. temperature. R. AE472 EXPERIMENTAL AERODYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to aerodynamic test facilities in various Mach number regimes: low speed.. etc. C. and Pope. Co. Nabu Press (2010). J. thermocouples. P... and high enthalpy – design of subsonic. skin friction. forces and moments – Model design and fabrication: RP. B. 6. C. Wiley (2004). actuators – calibration of force. A. Wiley. Goethert. Mueller. Convection Heat Transfer. FRP. L. temperature. Soderman. 2. Convective Heat Transfer. 2nd ed. Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing. shock tunnel data acquisition – virtual instrumentation – PLCs – measurement of steady and unsteady pressure. Lynch. Rae Jr. thermal – laminar heat transfer in ducts – incompressible turbulent mean ﬂows – free convection ﬂows – mass transfer coupled ﬂows convection with phase change – convection in porous media. – force measurement techniques in shock tunnel – introduction to wind tunnel instrumentation – Measurements techniques in wind tunnels: forces and moments. pressure. pressure and acoustic sensors. Pope. P. hypersonic. shadowgraph.. and Underbrink. Navier-Stokes equations and energy equation – dimensionless parameters – solution of Newtonian viscous ﬂows – laminar shear layers momentum.. S. Bejan. 3rd ed. Transonic Wind Tunnel Testing. 2.. conducting ﬂuids – kinematic properties – fundamental conservation equations. W. B.. aeroacoustic measurements – error analysis – Instrumentation / data acquisition: steady and unsteady. References: 1. A. High-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing. and supersonic wind tunnels – wind tunnel calibration – low speed ﬂow visualisation techniques – dynamic stability derivatives – design of hypersonic wind tunnels – design of shock tube / shock tunnels – calibration of various wind tunnels – Flow visualisation techniques: Schlieren. Langley. 5.. 4. 3rd ed. J. velocity. T.. C.

. P. Textbook: • Prashant Kumar.. and Belegundu. 5. Chandrupatla.. CRC Press (2004). 4. modal analysis for free. 2nd ed. 3rd ed. Broek. Tata McGraw-Hill (2009). and Bonet. types of elements. 2. AE474 FRACTURE MECHANICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction and history of fracture mechanics – linear elastic fracture mechanics. anelastic deformation at the crack tip – crack growth and fracture mechanisms – elastic-plastic analysis through J-integral – ﬁnite element analysis of cracks – fracture toughness testing – fatigue failure. McGraw-Hill (2006). L. References: 1. Kluwer Academic (1986). damped. R. Henwood. Applied Finite Element Analysis.. L. John Wiley (1984). Finite Elements: A Gentle Introduction. J. D. Reddy. stress intensity factor (SIF). Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering. undamped vibration. and forced vibration systems – approximate methods for fundamental frequency – introduction to transient vibrations and non-linear vibrations.. A.. relation between SIF and energy release rate.. and forced vibrations – two-degree of freedom systems: principal modes of vibration. Prentice Hall of India (2009). undamped. T. AE475 ENGINEERING VIBRATION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction to vibration – single degree of freedom systems: free. shape functions. Seshu. Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications. forced vibration.. Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics.AE473 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction – ﬁnite element formulation from differential equation – ﬁnite element formulation based on stationarity of a functional – one-dimensional ﬁnite element analysis... 3rd ed. forced damped vibrations – vibration isolation – multi-degree Freedom systems: eigenvalue problem – orthogonality of mode shapes. Textbook of Finite Element Analysis. Elements of Fracture Mechanics. Introduction to the Finite Element Method. 4th ed. D. 3. D. 2. J.. Macmillan (1996). References: 1. applications – two-dimensional ﬁnite element analysis – numerical integration – applications to structural mechanics and ﬂuid ﬂow. 2nd ed. Anderson. N. T. J.. 50 . energy release rate. damped. Segerlind. Prentice Hall of India (2000).

S.. A. M. 2nd ed. 4.. S. Analysis and Control. 51 . Oakland. McGraw-Hill (1986). Prentice Hall of India (1997).. L. 3. References: 1. An Introduction to Combustion. Mechanical Vibrations. batch.. S. Wiley (1981). production planning and control – product design – value analysis and value engineering – plant location and layout – equipment selection – maintenance planning – job. Operations Research: An Introduction. Planning and Inventory Control. Thomson. References: 1. 2. Elements of Vibration Analysis. W.. 2. Operations Research.. D. 2nd ed. L. K. P. Macmillan (1992). 4th ed. J. J. J. 2. McGraw-Hill (2000).. Muhlemann.. and ﬂow production methods – group technology – work study – time and motion study – work/job evaluation – inventory control – manufacturing planning – total quality management – Taguchi’s quality engineering – network models. O. Prentice Hall (1977). L.. Meirovitch. S. S. AE476 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction. Production Systems: Planning.. 3. and Gupta.. Taha. J.. Narasimhan. K.. Riggs....Textbook: • Rao. New Age International (1999). Textbooks: 1. Prentice Hall (1997).. McLeavey D. Seto W. Sharma. K. R. Rao. Textbook: • Turns.. Schaum’s Outline of Theory and Problems of Mechanical Vibrations. and Daleh. AE477 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMBUSTION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Combustion and thermochemistry – chemical kinetics and mechanisms – reacting ﬂows-premixed ﬂames – detonation and explosion – diffusion ﬂames. A. and Billington.. W. Production.. W. and Lockyer. Productions and Operations Management. 3rd ed. Introductory Course on Theory and Practice of Mechanical Vibrations. Theory of Vibration with Applications. Macmillan (1997). McGrawHill (1964). J. Pearson Education (2004). 2nd ed.. H. T. 5th ed.

Strategies. Tata McGraw-Hill (2008).. R.. Press (2006). D. Planning. E.. and Kilger. Supply Chain Management and Advanced Planning: Concepts.. Manufacturing Planning and Control for Supply Chain Management. and Jacobs. Designing and Managing the Supply Chain: Concepts. K. T. 3. and control. F. Kuo. U. Principles of Combustion. L. J. and Dibble. Springer-Verlag (2003). 3. John Wiley (2005). J. 2. Whybark. AE479 INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Optimization in science and engineering – general and special classes of problems – characterization of unconstrained and constrained minima – Lagrange multipliers – KKT conditions – linear programming – simplex tableau – duality – one dimensional optimization – elimination and interpolation techniques – multidimensional unconstrained minimization – steepest descent – Newton’s and quasi-Newton techniques – randomized searches – genetic algorithm and simulated annealing – introduction to constrained minimization – large scale problems – multi-disciplinary optimization – applications in design. 2nd ed. 4. Combustion 4th ed. and Operation. and Case Studies.. Kaminsky. I. analysis... Stadtler. References: 1. Cambridge Univ.. S. R. C. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). F. Combustion.. P. P. 52 . K. and Yetter. Warnatz. R. E. C. Glassman. 3rd ed.... Elsevier (2008). Pearson Prentice Hall of India (2007). W. 4. R.. aggregate planning – inventory control in supply chain – sourcing decisions in supply chain – supplier selection – transportation in supply chain – routing and scheduling using savings matrix method – coordination in supply chain – bullwhip effect – enabling supply chain management through information technology.. and Meindl.. Vollmann... Textbook: • Chopra. 4th ed. Combustion Physics. Levi. and Shankar. Law C. Maas.. D. A. Levi. Springer (2006).. K. Software and Case Studies. S. AE478 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Introduction and a strategic view of supply chains – evolution of supply chain management (SCM) – decision phases in a supply chain – enablers of supply chain performance – supply chain strategy and performance measures – achieving strategic ﬁt – network design in the supply chain – supply chain drivers and obstacles – operations decisions in supply chains – forecasting... Modeling the Supply Chain. Supply Chain Management: Strategy. S. W. Models. 2. H. Berry.References: 1. Shapiro. Thomson Learning (2007).

Textbook: • Deb. C. (2005). electron beam.. and Implementations. S. Prentice Hall of India (2005). and Thrun. F. principle. 2. Ghosal. electro-chemical machining (ECM). Engineering Optimization: Theory and Practice. Non-Traditional Machining Processes.. Sharma. Narosa (2006). 53 . Press (2006). wire EDG. (2002). K. S... S.. and Shan. References: 1. P. References: 1. Advanced Machining Processes. obstacle avoidance – road map and potential ﬁeld methods – higher level sensors – vision. Pandey. 2.. K. chemical. E. G. P.. C. Allied Pub. Principles of Robot Motion: Theory. process mechanics and variables. Algorithms. need. 3. Marcel Dekker (1987). AE483 ROBOT MECHANISMS AND MOTION PLANNING (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Overview of robotics – different types of robots – manipulators and mobile robots – mechanisms used in robots – serial and parallel chains – degrees of freedom – means of mobility. Lynch. MIT Press. S. A Textbook of Production Engineering. G. Mishra. Textbooks: 1. abrasive and water jet machining. Modern Machining Process. Hutchinson. Rao. Kavraki. Rigid body displacements – homogenous transformation – mechanism parameters – Denavit– Hartenberg notation – forward and inverse kinematic problems – velocity and static analysis.. rovers. Oxford Univ. A. laser and ultrasonic range ﬁnders – localization and mapping. M. Prentice Hall of India (2004). and abrasives techniques. Tata McGraw-Hill (2004). P. Nonconventional Machining.. and hybrid processes – nontraditional micromachining. H. Chand & Co. S. Burgard.. References: 1.. K. ultrasonic. Robotics: Fundamental Concepts and Analysis.. Kantor. performance characteristics – application and recent trends of electrical discharge machining (EDM). Jain. equipments.. Higher level control – motion planning.. Choset. K. 2. ECG.. L. Optimization for Engineering Design: Algorithms and Examples. V. wire EDM. laser beam. S. W. H. AE480 NONTRADITIONAL MACHINING (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Nontraditional machining – thermal. Wiley Eastern (1996). Benedict.

Introduction to Robotics: Mechanics and Control. 2nd ed. Osborne.. G. AE486 REFRIGERATION AND CRYOGENICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Refrigeration: introduction – analysis of VCR cycles – multistage. Optimal Control Systems.. References: 1. Stoer. 4. Birkhauser Verlag (1993).. Tata McGraw-Hill (1986). AE484 SPACE MISSION DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Launch vehicle ascent trajectory design – reentry trajectory design – low thrust trajectory design – satellite constellation design – rendezvous mission design – ballistic lunar and interplanetary trajectory design – basics of optimal control theory – mission design elements for various missions – space ﬂight trajectory optimization – direct and indirect optimization techniques – restricted 3-body problem – Lagrangian points – mission design to Lagrangian point. 3. R. 2. F. J. Orbital Mechanics. V. R. and Kirk. H. J. K. Textbooks: 1. M... Oxford Univ.. J. cascade systems – properties and selection of pure and mixed refrigerants – properties of binary mixtures – analysis of vapor absorption cycles – aqua ammonia and LiBr water cycles – air cycle refrigeration. CRC Press (2003). A. and Jones. multi-evaporator. Chobotov. R. Introduction to Space Flight. vortex tube. Press (1967). W. S. E. Grifﬁn. Prentice Hall (1994). 2nd ed. AIAA (2004). J. Newcomb. W. Stoecker. Pearson Education (2001). Optimal Control Theory and Numerical Methods. Optimal Control Theory: An Introduction. and French. D..). Cryogenic Engineering: historical background and applications – gas liquefaction systems – gas separation and gas puriﬁcation systems – cryogenic refrigeration systems – storage and handling of cryogens – cryogenic insulations – liqueﬁed natural – gas-properties of materials of low temperatures – material of construction and techniques of fabrication – instrumentation – ultra-low temperature techniques – application. Bulirsch. Hale. Textbooks: 1. Craig.. Space Vehicle Design. J. Space Vehicle Dynamics. Optimal Control: Calculus of Variations.. 2. Refrigeration & Air Conditioning. Prentice Hall (1990). Miele.. and Well.. 3. D. thermoelectric refrigeration. K. D. (Ed. J. and Ball. J. Naidu. Series (2002).. F. W.3. AIAA Edu.. 54 . F.

B. A. Prentice Hall (2007). E. processes – high speed machining. and Design.. L. Groover. Taylor & Francis (1998). positioning – ﬂexible automation – assembly automation. 2nd ed. P. 6th ed. 2.. References: 1. Textbooks: 1. Oxford Univ. automated work piece handling. product design for automation – automated inspection – sensors and actuators for automation – PLC programming and applications in automation.. Butterworth-Heinemann (2010). A. AE488 ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND AUTOMATION (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Precision Engineering: concepts. Press (1982). Production Systems. Barron. G. Weisend. and Hall. 2. AE487 TURBOMACHINES (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Classiﬁcation – speciﬁc work – representation of speciﬁc work in T-s and h-s diagrams – Internal and external losses – Euler’s equation of turbomachinery – ideal and actual velocity triangles – slip and its estimation – impulse and reaction type machines – degree of reaction – effect of outlet blade angle on blade shape – model laws. F.. 3rd ed. Textbook: • Dixon.. G.. Press (1985). M.2.. C. Fluid Machinery: Performance. Baskharone. Cryogenic Systems. Cambridge Univ. Cambridge Univ. T. Analysis. Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery. and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing. multi axis CNC programming – micro/nano scale manufacturing – recent development in nontraditional machining. Press (2006). orientation. surge and stall – thin aerofoil theory – cascade mechanics. CNC machine tools and machining centres. Principles of Refrigeration. Wright. Boothroyd. R. CRC Press (2005). speciﬁc speed and shape number – special features of steam and gas turbines – performance characteristics of turbomachines – cavitation. CRC Press (1999). Automation: introduction to automated manufacturing. References: 1. Principles of Turbomachinery and in Air-Breathing Engines.. adaptive systems.. S.. J. Automation. Gosney W. materials. Assembly Automation and Product Design. 2. 2nd ed.. The Handbook of Cryogenic Engineering. 55 . basic concepts.

HPR ﬂuid systems. Al-Cu alloys. Assender. Heat Pipes-Types-Analysis-Testing: heat pipe applications and performances. 56 . Press (2006). heat pipes. single-crystal superalloys. Reed. (Ed. Elsevier (2006). Phase change materials – when to use a PCM-PCM design. phase change materials – Active thermal control techniques: electrical heaters. I. ASM Speciality Handbook: Heat Resistant Materials.). intermetallics – Magnesium alloys: Mg-Al and Mg-Al-Zn alloys – Superalloys: processing and properties of superalloys.. aging treatments – Aluminum alloys: alloy designation and tempers.AE489 AEROSPACE MATERIALS AND PROCESSES (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Properties of materials: strength.. ASM International (1997).. 4th ed. C. 4. Al-Li alloys. principles of age hardening. Wiley-VCH (2006). and Grant. The Superalloys: Fundamentals and Applications. (Ed. Thermal Contact Resistance and Its Calculation: parameters inﬂuencing thermal joint resistanceeffect of oxidation and interstitial effects. carbon carbon composites.. maraging steel. Kainer. Ablative Heat Transfer: physical process and calculation of ablation rates – hypersonic ablation of graphite – heat transfer at high velocities – heat transfer in rareﬁed gases-transpiration and ﬁlm cooling. hardness. K. nanocrystalline aluminum alloys – Titanium alloys: α-β alloys. Metal Matrix Composites. thermal louvers. 3. B. C. and creep – Ferrous alloys: stainless steels. Cantor. Insulation-Blanket Design: materials-attachment – high temperature blankets – insulation for in-atmosphere applications. Thermal Control Techniques: passive thermal control techniques: thermal coating materials. Textbooks: 1. Elsevier (2005). environmental degradation and protective coatings – Composites: metal matrix composites. hardening mechanisms. U. References: 1. fatigue. 2. Campbell. ceramic based composites. heat sinks. F.). thermal insulation. R. spaceborne cooling systems. structural titanium alloys. Al-Mg alloys. H. P. 2. CRC Press (2001). AE490 HEAT TRANSFER IN SPACE APPLICATIONS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Space Craft Thermal Environments: launch and ascent environments – environment of earth orbit – environments of interplanetary missions. Manufacturing Technology for Aerospace Structural Materials. superplasticity. Polmear.. J.. Light Alloys: From Traditional Alloys to Nanocrystals. Cambridge Univ. polymer based composites. Aerospace Materials.

Theory of Vibration with Applications. strings. R. 2. AE491 STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Review of vibration of SDOF systems – response to transient loading – response to general dynamic loading – multi degree of freedom systems – vibration of continuous systems. Prentice Hall (1997).. 2. 2nd ed. shafts. Macmillan (1967).. 4th ed. 57 . Swinerd. Spacecraft Systems Engineering. surface ﬁnishing operations. W. Craig... John Wiley (1982). geometry and nomenclature – single point and multi point cutting tools – grinding wheels – effect of tool geometry on machining characteristics – tool wear – tool life and economics of machining. Tata McGraw-Hill (2006). The Aerospace Press. (Ed. R..).... and plates – natural modes of vibration. NASA SP 8105. 3.. References: 1.. References: 1. T. Clough. L. P. J. Spacecraft Thermal Control Handbook. X. Elements of Space Technology for Aerospace Engineers. McGraw-Hill (1993). Structural Dynamics: An Introduction to Computer Methods.. rods. exact solutions and approximate methods – introduction to random vibrations. beams. W.. 2nd ed. D. AE492 TOOL ENGINEERING AND DESIGN (3 – 0 – 0) 3 credits Cutting Tool: materials. Analytical Methods in Vibrations. Textbook: • Meirovitch. G. R. G. Volume I: Fundamental Technologies.. Dynamics of Structures. Inserts: geometry. J. and Penzien. and Stark. Academic Press (1999). 2nd ed.. 3. L. broaching. John Wiley & Sons (2011). and Daleh. R. 5th ed. Elements of Vibration Analysis. Fortescue.. Meirovitch. D. Thomson. Mayer. 4.Textbook: • Gilmore. M. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (2002). nomenclature and materials – design concepts – coatings – selection and applications of cutting tools and inserts – design of tool holders – boring.

Metal Cutting Theory and Practice. and chip formation – job examples and case study. 2. Hindustan Machine Tools. Production Technology. Donaldson. Hoffman. 6. Delmar Thomson Learning (2004). 58 . 8.. Fundamentals of Tool Design. H.. Design of Jigs and Fixtures: standard work holding devices and clamping elements – ﬁxtures for milling – jigs for drilling and reaming – ﬁxtures for welding – indexing jigs – design and sketching of jigs and ﬁxtures – simple job examples and case study.Tooling for CNC Machining: work holding – modular and automated tool handling – tooling for micro machining – conventional micro tools and electrodes for EDM & ECM – mechanism of ductile cutting. 3. New Central Book Agency (2000).. Lantrip... Nonconventional Machining. 5. Tata McGraw-Hill (1998). D. Hand Book of Fixture Design. J. Mishra. and Goold. G. 7. Bhattacharyya A. K. and Smith. Non-Traditional Machining Processes. W. (1987).. C... 5th ed. V. Marcel Dekker Inc. A. P. nanometric cutting. Benedict. McGraw-Hill (1962). 4. References: 1.. G. Tata McGraw-Hill (1986). LeCain. 5th ed. Nee.. Tool Design.. E. Society of Manufacturing Engineers (2003). J.. F. C. Jig and Fixture Design.. D.. Narosa (2006). Wilson F. Spitler.

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