UNiVERSITY OF MUMBAi

SCHEME OFINSTRUCiION: AND EVALUATION

COURSE: MASTE,R OF ENGINEERING
THERMAL ENGINEERING
ISEMESTER~

.Sr.
No.
I

Subj~t Ad\ianoed Thermodynamlc8
-

lecture~ Practical f Sem inar 3 ,3 2 2 2· 3.2 TOTAL 15 10

OtN"B~lonof Exami'nat~on ll'l

Theory
{Maries) 100
Paper

Hrs:.
4
4
4 4-

hit-emal Assewment

50

100
100

50
50
50

3 .:; 5

Instrument13!Hon In 'Thermal Engineering Computatrons.! Fluid Dynamics, '3 Elective-I

100
100

4,

500

50 250

E~ectiV'e·1 t···~as Tud5)oo i R~fI'fgemtjon System Design 3·. So!a:r And Wind Ene,rgy 4. Enemy DonservatiOn And Management

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'Sr.
1
2
4

~

Subject-

lectures
-

P:racUcal f
Seminar

No. Oesisni of Heal Exchanger

Duration ot Examination ill

Fool and oombusttolil
Ctyogenics EAvirollmefltal Eng ineerin,g

3 3

2
2
,2

Hrs 4 4 4 4

'lMa~ksl
100
-

'Theory Paper

Illlero~1
AS&6'ssment

50
50

100,

3
3 3
1'5

100
100 100

50
50
5,0

:2
,

CJMThermal PoUution

ElectiVe·1I
T,OfAL I:I~ffi\le-11 1, Advanced T~,rboMa~hInery.

2

4

10

500

250

:2.

MQ<de'lingAnd Simulatron Of I.C. Engine 3; Rock.et knd Jet Propuls:iol1 4, 'Air cOllditioning System Design

1

[SEMESTER ....I III Sr..no,
I

Subjects Se.miflar

il'lternai Assfj$sment
.

em ThruiSt ereas
TOTAL

50

Dissertation Seminar

~EMESTER Sr. no, 1 2 Subjeem Pre Sy.nu:p:si$dt:ss8~tiQn seminar Dissertation and Viva V.oce TOTAL [

tYJ
Intema~Assessment

60
100

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Y. Equillbriu m constant.M. in. Heat of fOJ111atlon.tirmal and Statistical Thaffnodynamics. .199'3.w·an>alysisof readng . DiJHo~R. Interpretation o·f heat amI work! Evaluation o'fentropy.0.Acfvan'*' Thennooynamfcs . Tn'ltd edition.ti:on' and . Geoomlfzed relations 'for ohang~$. Pfnch GE'NEARL nil::RMODYNA~IC REu. De-generacy of energy' levels. Microscopic.ysl. T. 1$}91. 9.. V.. 1.nONSHIPS: Fundamental relation for simple compressIble system. 19B8. R&ferem:es: Holman J.I'l Thermodynamir::s. 1993. First law analysis of :reacting systems. Allied Publisher Limited. Fourth Edifion McGrnw-HIlr Inc.~osition. NeW Oelh/" 1994. .Eli1ropy change of :i"eootiJ1g s. 5q). 198B.fatls.. Thurm()dyRam~r:.E. Availability and Exergy.k Lecture ~~~~~~-+~----. and Van Wyloop . Sonnta91 R. Avail\a:hiiily of reacting systems.. Heat of 'reactlon. STASTIGAL THERMPOYNAMICS: Microstates ~-nd Macrostates~ Thermodynamic pro. Bf)jaf1rA' Advanood Eng. Adiabatic Flam. amI Van Ness" H..Thomsoi1 Go e-rficient REACTIVE SYS1EM: Clegreetif reactiQI1:.~u.om'l.:!1 Avaj'abilty. McGraw-Hilt 1m:.for rEngi"s&f$j McGraw-HiD #.&QUi!lbrlu rn COrlstant.lhi.~. JO'hn Wiley and Sons.. Maxyiell-Baltl:marl" Fermi·D'r:ac. 4.. Chemlc.d Bose-Einstein Statistics.P.m Jr.riterio-n1cir re'actlon equWbrium com. Ma$iaw~HmJnc".troduction to Thermoaynamie&.. Kinetic rhool}" and S. system.on.C. 5. Third Edmon. . Calculation of the' Macroscopic properties from partition runctions-~EqumbJium C.systeme.and Cit. FQ~rth Gditf. Partrtlon function. in Entropy. C'ass/ceJ and Statistical. Ew'. Law of mass ac~ion.t~£mp8J~ure. R'80.J. j 3 . V 8.. SEMESTER-I SUBJECT: A!~J'VANCED THERMODYNAMICS Perrods I We:e. 'Posl'u1a. 1987. Smith.. Wfnterbon6 DEI Advanced . C. rh~rmodyj1Bmics In Materials' ScifJnoe. Reac60n equilibrium.b~Jljjlily. Joule. 7.New fJe.emsj SeC(lJ1d La.fh~rmodynamlcs fot G'nglneets Arnold 1997. Narosa Publishing HOIi$e. EHecl of tempera~Ui'e on: heat of reac.tro:rJuctiOO to ChemiOOf Engineering Th@rmodynamlcs. EnlhalpYJ Cp .ME-101: THERMAL ENGG. 0.tarit statistical thermooyna mlc approach.lilibrium of lhermodynamfc technology.~----~ 3 1 Perrbdof 1 hoyrs Pra:qt1CalSeminar f 2 Ho~urs EvaJuaUon System ThooiIY_ 100' 4 In-lemal Assessment 50 laws of Thermodynamics" Entropy. . JtJM w-neya~aSons. 1995. Sears.. 6.Bnd Salinger G. l r j J . Kenneth Wa. Internal Energy.ne~r1ng'rhe"!l'o~~l!mics.tlcal TIlermodynamlcs-. C.S" In. ClausiUs Clayperon Equation..s.e.

P~roUiS·i1ledia heat.A.nsf-er. Radiation l'riI . E~R. E..paul and now boiling. ~ lJMERICAL METHODS IN HEAl TRANS FER :.mw·Hffi Co" 1985. A. heat and mass tra.Tf-efl'sfgrJAoGraw Hilt CO'ltfJ6{).sler and Fluid 'flow Hemisphere Publf$n/ng Corpora. Steady one dimensional convection probl'{~ms.l/{esl J. Eckeri.tfon j l J ReffJ'fences. r ConvecUon Neat rransfer~ John' Wiley and Sons. E. ..RMAL ENGINEERING S.EM~STER -I SU:8JECf': ADVANCE'D HlEAl AND MASS TRANSFER P~r:ioclsWe. gla~esand vapor.. JP'I and Gank.H. 4.riflHe d:iffefencti' forrnulatfon of steady and transient heat condition problems • Discretl.ctidall Semirfar 2 Hours.M'1 Harnett. 'Wilsoll' "RE. j . Welty JR.ept Turbuljence Analogy between Heat and Momentum Transfer . D.ra F.th moving boundaries.P: and De.Boo M!ls~.ReyniJldSJ Colburn. F:undamenta:/s of Heat & Mass fransfer. compact heat exOhangers.ergy EquaUons. ~eal.'j Applied Numerical MB'thads. ex:changer. N~!Handbook 01 Ho'at Tr-ansler Applfcal10ns MC'Grew~HilIJNY1985. Von K(l". 7. U-8l'lsfer. Control volume fOmlula1ticm. Marks Eva!uation -System 100 1.zatfQn sc~emes. snd W. 19'84. Numerical he-B't rran.p!l'oachi and design 'prooedlure.. Ozisik.P.!. Patankar. 5" Rohse.. IflCfOpe.Sa'sic Approach McG. Calcula·tion of"the flow field' _. 8.11 lernal AsseSsmeni 50 CONDUCTION: .13ejan.I ME 102: TH'E.SIMPLER Atgcorithm.I. S. TurtJujent 80iJJndary layer Heat Transfer. I j Unsteady state condl)ction Condu!1tio-n wi.o(Heat.o.tum. Wiley-and -Sons. John Wiley and Safls 1984 j 1980. 0'.rmafl~Turbulent How in a Tube PHASE CHANGE HEAT lRANSIFER AND HEAT EXCHANGER: Boiling . 1. TURBULENT FORCED CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER. V.Witt.-NTU ap. M[xrflg length bonQ. W.R.and D'fske.M' Analysis. ~'.ntemal heat generation f.lhree dimensional heal conduction equations..l'xtended surl'aces.. Fundamenta'i of mQmen.~k f lettllire 3 1 P'eriod of 1 hours Pra.. 1978. Mom.qow.B'r Luth'€ir. Cama'h8!l. Wicks CE. John WIley & SOns'l 2'. MoN" Heat Transfer . 1.G'.anltlm a(1q En.Ex~icj~ Crank NicQlson and Fully impUcit schemes.

al.ENTATION It.and random errarsl St~stical .tr. Laser Doppler .sllrement ohmo!<. theml.iples O'f Me:asur-ements.. & ANALYSIS: Ifl$trument olassifica. Hilfr"Ne. 4.ca~.e.. V. 3. ReJjabmty of instruments. Bame}'j In.tion.g instrumen1s. Holman. Sdnilieren.Jllyenl' lnstwmentat/Qn.od:sI Week LectJU re. heat flux m€. instruments for measuring' tempemrlure. Chemf.9fJ8. J.ME~103::THERMA~ENGG. Mo~raw~fimr 1988. irvlerieromet.at Engineering. 1983. Mao(. MICROPROCESSQRS AND C. J for the physJical variBol:es. 'intelilge'ht fnstNme{lts In use. engines. M'R VPublisners. V'I fnstunrentatfon DeN/cas and systems Tata McGraw j. .graph' .wDelhl.. . Pren.f meast. V. Morris.hods ~.tfSf::' He./J ofJndi3" 1988. A Sf Prinr. systematic . MeaSIJ'fflments and }nsfrum~nt.analysis'r Uncentalnit)l.lrenlgentinstmm~nfs Techniques" shadow.. Raman C. 1 and 2.~. dust and moisture gas cl'lroma. Pre:brashensky.anemome·ter.fTHERMrAlEf!GI~RING P~ri. Characteristios of ~nswments ~ Stalic am:! dynamic experimental error analysis. J References: .lrin. and instrumentatIon. _ SEMESTEH -I SU8_JECT: tNST:RUM.rMeblln.· 3 1 Pariod 6(1 hours PractiGa~ I Seminar "2 ~ -- Hours ~valu ath:m Systsrn: Inte mal Assessment 100 50 MEASUREMENT CI-lARACTERSTICS j.er. ·G. McGniw Hill" c197. /1. MEASUREMfNT OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES: Measurement of therma·phys~o-al properties. element of mic:ra-oompute r intenac lng. 5 .!\lSuremeflt. mei8.R.S.ngin-eers.tograpllYr spectrometry. Jrlleoourement of pH.S.atron in H'e. »: j J v6.h 1'1 iQ ues. Vol. use of if.. Sharma. pressure and flow. 't '2'.. MeasIJreme'nts System Ap'PJficetroi1and Deslgn. magnetic 8rlid oplicaJ gas analyseNl. P: Experimental met. 19ao. Prentice Harr 01'tndteh 1. Experimental planning and selection o. RevlElw of bas'lc measurement tec. 5.QMP~TERS IN MEASUREMENT: Data logging and aoquisltlon~ UlU3 of intel!lig:ent instrument~ for error red u'Ction. Telemetry tn.

orre.~ ...hjng Corporation.oTII Unste:adytwo-dlmenSfonal ~ Diffusion -Introdu¢tion to finite etement metl10cf .s 111 FundClmenta'lend General Techniquesi.standaro codes .and S~Jding.dy 'heatoo"duc~fol"l by FEM • Inoompresstb!.Dimehslornal ConvectioncEilwedion - UI1Steadyone-di._ nNumeriC~j . Base.K. TWQ and Three dimensional Tmnstenl Problems. M_u~lidfla~ K. SIMPLE. eat transfer tl1Jid h HemispheifB./ 3.. S. USA) 198'4.u'K. Standard and High and J Low Reynol'd:smJmo&r moders. Finite defemnce appmacl" CONVEctiON Diffusion J H.f': S. "Computaffonef Techniques for Dlfff)nmf Ffow Categories.1hqat transfer usillg ..o. Puor/ishing Corpora!l?n . c./ ilComputafion-af TechniqiUftS for PluJd Oynamic. steady slate'prpblems.. 19'87. V.dimensional p1'.Q4: THERMAL ENG.onB--dim~nsiDnal conduction.fi'enmc. finite di. T. V 7.H.. Ref@rena8S. SuMs. Sprirrget'~ Verlage 8.A.JqTIQN HEAT TRANSF~R: UnIform· and oo~l'Jinffonn GridsJ Num.tronsfer" Tata McGraw·HfM Publishing Company Ltd. C and Hygnes J.J. 1997. 6. T-aimehiJJ HJ and Pletcher. New York.ME 1.A:. 2.Fletcher.e meth04. T\!kKlimenslcmal FLUID FLOW :Govemlng '5quBtions. Sp"ing{~r.lation model K~I Models. TL. Andefson. Backwaro dilfferenc" IndependenceTest CONOl. Gfid Steady . 4. Computation of BOli'l1d. .P:atenka.Flrute Element Programming of the NSVI·er Stock EquatiDnr Pmendge lt • =: j 5. New Delh1199. GhoshcJ8sdlda.i 1998. J J Press Ud.heB't .Central. F01Ward.IINEERI'I'JG SUBJECT: CcO.'Stream FunctIon· Vortldty method.MPUTATIONAl FLUID'DYNAMICS Periods J Week Lecture 1 Pe·riod 1 hourS of Practical! Seminar Evaluation System Internal Assessm. FJectcherj C. .HaU$9.!'RBU1JENCe MODELS: Aijebraic Models· Oneeql. Procedure ofPatankar.. . INCOMPRESSiBLE Tmnslertt.J.EAT TRANSFER-ANID FEM: Steady One-Dimensionalr and Two.! 'Nume#caJ Pluid Dynamics'" NarosfJ Publishing .e flaw ~ Simll{aijoli ·by FEM.19at 6 . Initial and Boundary conditIons. Oetermina«on ·of pressllre for \It'SCous flow..: 11.. Computations' Fluid Mechl.R.erical Errors. "Computatiorial Fluid Flow and Het1t Transfal NarosB '\II Publrshmg House..nenslbn a'lCC!:fIve:ction ~ D~ffLls].ary lay·er flow.Solution of stea. ~Computer Simulation of flow anci .erlag.mics and Heat rrfJn~'e~H9m~snphere PtJbfis.obfem. mmal and Boundary vallie problel'l1s. DA..ent SEME8iER -I 3 ~ Hours Marks J 100 50 GOVERNING ·!:)IFF·ERENTIIAl EQUATION AND FINtTE DIFFERENCE METHOD: ClassUication.ltinG s_und~rarajanl r. Prediction of fluid flow anr. Taylor.

2.erller'QYtr'-an'Sfer 10 rotors. K@rrebrockr J. pitch and chord. Earl Logan. c{)mpressors and Fansl rata' McGraw~HilJI 19.eiuspacll applicalions.aels. 5. InleAs ami . Fluid MeohanioS.E. t. testing: ~md perforrmmoe theory~ b1ad'e profile.oooling. H. 3: /. GanefIsn v.stag.of Gas. H"IRogers ~~ 1. Hours Eva'luation $yst~m Internal Assessment INTRODUCTION: Marks ' 4 Power plant cyc!es. .and Tbsrmodynamics ol Tut'bomachineryj PergamorJ' Press 1978. performance.83. characteristics.es and ooefficjentS"b!ade 'd!.C~ and Saravanamuttoo.Jr. j j l J j 7 . G. loss. Gas n~rbinesr Tata MGGrnw~Hm Pub..'cDmbustion PERFOMANCE PREDICTION: process. Maroel Dekker.Turbine and Rocket Propl)lsJon AfAA Edu'Cafkm Seri6'sl NY1984 ./SA 199.Alternff Engines and . The MIT Press. component behaviour'S. COMP'R.I.ERMAL ENGINEERING Periods I Week SEMESTER-I Lecture 3 1 Peripd 011 hours "-P~·r-ac-::t:i.gas turbines.for statlon~l. r#tndOaok of· Turbomoohinery. AXIAL AND RADIAL FLOW TURBlNE:.e TheoryJ Longman Group - .L.. 6.Ltd~" New Defhi 1999. Aero--iheImodynam{os .Co.. Off design operra1ion'and 'Improving part load performance" References. 1. 4: Yahyal S.jolf'l.urbojet and Mbo·prnpeller.Ty end ill. Com'bu'stlon syslem. reaot. diagrams. CrJhen.-c:a-"-f-"--I "----2~~ S-=-e-m-C:in-~a-r -~-I .iSSORS: centrifugal and axial How compl'essors momentum and .- analysiS of tamJet.ME 105: TH. velocltyStage velocity c!i~nnns. statle perrfo:rmanc~icompresslbility .no.H'I Gas Turbin.' (.H: Turbines.effects~cascade testinrg and charametistlcs.es.. Elementary perto:rman. (ne" I.L/.!slgn p:rincip'les. 2.ce OQMBVSTORS'. Dixorl S.otd(}f1 C1 Dat~si.

VAWT Aerodynamics ~ Wind Turbine Loads .Requirements arid Staltegtes .jQhn Wiley (19'91). 3.r Heatifl.rage. D.pwil"ldtOOwnwtnd r Power :Re~gulation"~ Yaw S..Misceitlaneousi TOP.a.90. SOLAR EN'ERG"f AND WIND ENERGY (E~ettl~l Periods· I 'Week Loornre 3 1 Period af 1 hours Pre. Wind Turbine Tec. . .SfQ. Synch.Steady Stare lrafl's[~~.TesUng afWECS..cs: pf Solar Cells·~ pnol.onveners to E~ectncal Networks· Inverters . T-atB' McGraw-Hili V 4.Graw~Hm (1981). Kfflw1er and F.P:N JunoUcm ~ Metal ~ Schottky Junction.y$l&:m . Pi J.ntroductkJn to Solar CollectOrs (I.SerniconduttGr Jl)nclion j fypes of Solar Cel~s •.(presc~iOOdwake MruyS~S). MODEliNG OF $.g of Thermal ~rooosses.mol09Y: Fundament8/ con~pts of WInd Turbine EnOln.1uation System TheorY II ntem al Assessment rs [ I' -4 I Marks 100 I II 50 SOLAR RAO~AnON: AvaUabHity • Measurement and Estknatkm.Aerodynamic Loads ~lA'ind TURJulence • Yawed O~WB1ttmlland Tower Shadow.rage e~ttery ~ SQlar A. Wind Turbine (..8ble.ronous and Asynct1moous GeMr-mors and .rmy and "Uleir Cilafaete~i:itios EvalLlatkm . J.A.s by·:t~chartaoo.Rotor Sele_atio. Air Healer and Desigin of Actjve~y&tem.Q Systems Is-otroplc Moclers- concentrating.ctieal/.9. ~ V"4.ECT:. Kreith~Sol{Jr fn~rgy HandboDk Mc. 2. Hattery..Tower .t~jd Flat· Plate Co11lector.1'.Du~i(.Annual Energy Output • Horizootal AxJs. l.yte . Collector) :and Thermal S~rage .r AppNcations.HAWT) V'eruc:a~Axis V'iijnd f'uroi. ~ WECS Control System.jr.J . 1.io Thermall 8yslenw .mental Technlque..ne" _ Roto~ lCE!sign OOl'1'sOCJeriioncs ~ Number of Btades . PHOTO\fOlTA~C SOLAR CEll: . WIND ENERGY CONVERSlON SYSTeM {WECS): Wind Turllil18 Aerodynamics~· Momentum Theories .Acti.ve ami Passive~ Passl:v.n• .LGatls Integ:ration ofWllod Enengy C. Sf~n9.a.TER~ I SUBJ.P.OLAH THERlMAl SYSTEMS AND SIMULATIONS ~N .Solar Charge.Solar PMd .AB~ckman~SGlJa'f Engineerin.Qvqltaic Hybrld' Systems pnotavolt.Blaoo Profl!e~21a Blades and Teetarfng ~ Coning· U. Solar Remg$mHoTl. Basics Mrod./ f I ME 106: THERMAL ENGUNEERING SEMES. E:le-ctral.s to determine Ile Chi8r-OOtertsti.~ Exped.ASpef).t AnaiyS1s.L.1CiS Naise ak: ~ Ot!1e..PROGESS : lootro~ic and an !.Seminar 2 Hoy Ev.Sukh(jtme~SoJar Energy: prInciples of Thermal Collection and Sto.~. F.e Heatfng and Cooling of Buildings· SQtarDistiHa~IQn· Solar Dryiing. Frerjsf Re..Uti~ity Ms:theds ~ W~te. .iffin91 I line Theory .eerlng ASME Press. S.femra:ce books: Wlnd Enetgy Ccmversion SystemsJ Prentice HaU.ynam~Gs ~ Airfoils and' thek ChaffjotensiCs in SteMy O~icm . Ogsl ~ NJ ~ _. fueir App[iea~ons .ema W.HAWI ~ Blade Elemem TMory ~ PramllJ's t.

Evaporator Circuitry... MlJlti·pre.rtation Testing of.tron Compre$sors.. Freeze o.fxpahsron. Ibrahim Dlncer Heat 'Transfer in .s5ure Systems Cascade Systems. Tn~rmo Electric Refrigeration. CJassfficatron of Refrigera~tst Refrig~rant Properties. Lf)_ng.and Evaporators eloomcal compone. fa'llar & Francis Pu/:).. Company Inc. 1989.nts &.AVi Pub. i I' .oiing Load. Air WaSnelrs..cal' I Setritriar 2 ~~~-:-----l Hours Marks' Theo~ 4 ---1------'-":""::10-:-0-1 r=valuation System F-~~-------+--~ . References: 1. McGraw Hill Book 'CompanYI 1985 . -5.cti. 8. W.D~vjees. DIfferent Type.od Cooling AppNoations.t ·Sy~tem.a1ural.ME 1'07: THERMAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER -1 SUBJ'ECT: REf~IGERAT~O. RefrlgenllJted Veg~ta_b~e-s.and Refrigeration. 199". Performance I Capacrty Control ~ Evaporators. Spray Ponds.Q.clf. 7.-B:" Principles.s. Applications amI Different Types .and E. Dossat R. Stanley E Charm. Meat P. EvaporaHve Com:lenserl OptImum Ccojil1g Water Rate and Velocity. SYSTEM COMPONENTS': Refrfgefa. Refrigeration and' Air.So.{1L1lpments.te electronio controls for HVACR' pentlce·Ha'111989. Techniqu~s Trnmspo.Pub. PreseFVa~on of Mif<k'l Butter. system Equilibrium and Cycling REFRIGERATION CYCLES.E Stoecker.d Air coni:littoning. Principles of re'frigaTation John WileYi 1984. ca'J1Ilrols: starting andru. Cooling Towers. Frults. J.roci'ucts etc .nfllng ci'~rmirnr relay types aM controls.and imluaed Draug:h. Gas/may. Fundamentals 6f food engineering Jfi EQ. Jordan and Priester. 011 Comps!tibj Ilty.l. Clive V.j BJIJYC'I 'Spli~ sta. Blends. '.rying Prtl'lclplss. Cold Storages· Code of Practice 'for Fire Safety fh General SYSTEM BALANCING & CONTROLS: Controls UNCONVENTlONAl Estimation of Co. Plant Layout.Condensers../ogYJ Van Nqstrand Reinhold . .~y. Steam Jet Refrigeration. Conditions" TECHNOLOG. CONdifioning. . ·4.ective' PeHiods'" Week lecture. Rallge allld Approa.IES OF FOOD PRODUCTS: Food Processing Techniques I Optimllm Cold Standafid Norm~ for :Pr.Fo.ooossing. W. Vapor Ab. j ntsm al Assessment 50 RE FRH3E'RAlION CYCl. & liBr Systems. -~-3-~--I 1 p. ecoF riendlly Refrigerants.TeSting of Condensers . -6.OESIGN n:=l. N. 9 . Univ9rsity Press! 1982.eUino. 1985. REFRIGERATION Storage.NSVS1iEIMS. Cambridge. Cold and CMled Storage Tecnno.3.eriod 'of l' hours Pra.New' York l l 1991. Types.rptioo Syst'8ms ~ Aqua Ammonia.ES: AnalysIs. Refrigeration an.REfR[G ERANTS.

n~tgy Managemmmt.and Impeartives of Energy COl'1servation . Cable se lectian • AC DriveS'l ElECTRIC~L Industries-Energy Energy Effici€mt Mol¢~ .980 rrj~"VedJi ~olka KR.stems. . ConsLlmption Pattern .:ondmo!r1. "4.in Various Mana. Lighting sysLem. Pergamon j j 10 .ting. Method:S~ Measurements.VariOU$ Energy c.rading eoi ler Performance Energy conservation in pum.STER -. Msli1odploQY cif U'pg. .sphrif€j.BoUers etc. Necessity I TOTAL ENERGY SYST5MS ~ Conoept of Total Energy AppUcatr. ~tfe.il'Jgnd reU.stable App~icaUorlis & Us use 'ilariable speed Drl.Losses 'n Boiler.Resource Avai lability .ertly system & SeMmes liN ENERGY CONSERVAT~ON: Employing Sleam TLlrbines Movers u.DIscount Rate. . OM:r~tteris~c methpd Entpl'oyed in Certain Energy intensive Indllstrtes .Various !Possible ROLE OF INSTRUMENTATION ~l'II = Advantages &.ps.t to process fndusttlas .Ener-gy .g ement Oppo. ~' ~. .ctoffi involved in determi"naUot"l o:f Motor EfficrencyAd}u. p·otentia~ & E. 1 Pe'riodof 1 hours Praetical-' Semi ner 2 Hours Marks Evalu ation Syste m Theo_r'Y __ 4 100 Intemsl Assessment 50 I INTRODUCTION: :E:nergy Scenario .. ToJal Energy) Pergamon Oxford! -1970. Diaman. Steam Traps· a T'ypeS Functlon. Pre'8S~NewYark 1981 Han#e~'. Air ·r.\lieslB-elt DrlV'e-s ENERGY MANAGEME NT: 1mpottance of" Energy Management.s ENERGY AUDlnlNG: Purpose. RME. Management' &: Case study. 5. 1997 PR.Fa.f.lg. Fans & COmpreS5QJS.I SUBJIEC:T: ENE:RGY CONSERVATION & MANAG:EMENt{Elective) PerlcdSo" Week lecture 3 .ment Prinej'pfes'. Methodology with reSpec. l j References: 1.onservation Measures in Steam System.conomics of Tolar Energy Systems ENERGY AUDITING: Potenlial Areas 'ful' Elemrical Energy Conservation .Power plants.rttmltres in Eh~l(!lriGa:1 Hea.erar~on systems. HemJ. Internal' Rate of Retu rrli Ufe Cycle Costing IElnergy Eoooo mics .sed T olell Energy By. Limitations ~ Total En. Latry (ir lndustrt81 Energy Management"& U.tllizailon Hemisphere Publishers) Washington 1~~S ".Role 'of Ener~y Manag:Etrs in Industlie. Payback Period. Wes:hmgtonJ 1. ~flergYA~ditin~ andCOOS'fJrv8Utm.:ME 108: THERMAL ENG:INEERlNG SEMlE. Com~'on~aJth_ P_~bUcar~onrN~wDelhi.. CB Smith Enagy Mafl$Qe.Prin:ciple-s .t.on .

------z-'3 Hours ~---I PenDds I Week . 1988 r: j 11 .ang..cu.nd Re.ers .Pressure Loss ~ Chat'lnel D. John Wiley & Sons.perators .tkms from ldeaHty Design o.t of . .- .Heat Exchang6f8~ Theory and PfaGifce~ McGraw HJIl Book Co.fPump·s· Fans aM Fipes ~Testing.ts'sncl Pressure VessEl.G"F.re:s~ur~loss ~ Flow Gomig. J-I i:AT TRANSFE'R: Tempemture Distnihution 'and .t 19BO Fraas.Design of Shell end Tube .A Basl~ Guide MGGraw Hi" .u~tiO:n . SUBJECT: SEMESTER. Heat ~arig~r Design.Tilennal Stresses· a.Industrial A~pllciildons.Reg.Book Co. Hewitt and N.JVBrgMOO Stress.hear StreS.its Implications ~ LMTD ~ Effectiv.enera~rs a.es in TUlbM • Hea. and MainrtEmence· Experimental References: ~'.Spray Doo~n ~Se:le'cUcm o.Types or Failure6 DESIGN ASPECTS: H~at Tr?:~$fer and P.Effec.1: TMERMAl ENGG. -II -~-o'L-8c--:'t-ur-e .1s .II ME-20.r sl'tse.eness FLOW DISTRIBUTION AND STRESS ANALYSIS: Effect of TurbuleMe = FnctIon Factoif' . I 1980 2. T. rB~o're/(.l'e.Afgan.luation System L~ __ I Practica!! Seminar ~ TIleory ~~ I' 2 lMar~ Internal AsseSsment _ 50 CONSTRUCTIONAL OETAILS: T~pe.s~Shelf ~nd Tube Pleat Excn. D_ES1GNOF HEAT I!XCHANGER 1 Period 011 "olum Eva. Wslkerl Inaust.SIS .Plate Type Evaporators 'Packaging.rfal Heat Exchafl'gers .Gas-Gas"Uquid Heat Exchangers CONDENSORS AND EVAiPORA TORS IDeSIGN: Design of Surf~e and Evaporative Cond'enser .f Typical LIquid .sames· Effect of Delfia.

Geothermal Ener-gy.r ME-202: THERMAL ENGG..sr Met~~ne from Coal Mines. Problem.er Gas.torage and HahdHng of l1qUld Fuels. Gal:culaUon of Dry F~ue Gases if Fuel Compositipn is KrlO"Wn. Oxidation of Coal.Air Required for a Fuel of known Compositi'on.ast Furnace Gas j Fuels.Agm Fuel's. Ign~ion. . Conventional Energ:y Sources. Solar Energy. NO x. A~alysls (O 2. . Chffm:iCal Reaotions Burners Combustion Stoichiometry General. Action of Heat on Coal ClassiHca. LPG Cla. CO. Various "- . SEMESTER -II Hours Theorv I ntemaJ Assessment ' Marks 50 4 Tidall Power.efinin. Refln!ng and Other Conversion Processes. GarbureHed Water Gas 1 BI.tltions! Theoretical Air Required for Complete Combustiorl f Calcu~a:t1on of Minimum Amount of . and Propert~es of Coal.anlng and PUrirRcatfol'1 O'f j THEORY OF COMBUSTION P'R.g in lndla Uqu!d fue. Dew POint of Products. Through Gaseous Fuels.Therma. Natural G~se.ing of Petroleum Products. ~ 8iogas1 Re. HydrogenatiQI1 of CoaL Effictent j use of Solid Fuels.tiol1 of Coal. Wind Power. Solid FUB. Water Gas. S. liquid Fuells. Ener-gy Survey Of India. RapJd Melhods of I Combustion S. Composition of Petroleum with respect to Cgmbustlon. M:anuf~ctured Gases Prodiuc.j3rty &' Test. Combustion Equipment Type. Flame' :Propagat.Manufactured iFu(ille-.ls from Other Sources" S.!oichiometry'. Non. Calcuilat[or! of "the Composition of Fuel & Excess Air Suppliedlrom Exni!lilJst" Gas Analysis. . Rocket Fuels.1 Route. Ignition Temperature. CO 2.Ollery Gas. Properties IReiated to Combustion) Handling Storage Origin and C~assificatlon of Petroleum. N'uc!e8ir Power. Period's I Week lecture 11Period of 1 hours Practical I Seminar Evalua'tion System INTRODUCTION General. Energy from Bioma$.s.I Handllng.ion.s of Gaseolls Fue~s. Variou:s' Petroleum Products. CombustiQn Problems with STOICHIOMETRY Stoichiometry Rel.Methods of Flame StabH ization. SOUD~UQUIID & GASEOUS FUELS II Gen"€!ra~.Ftimily of Coal! Ongin of Coal 1 Gas!fiaaltion of Coal 1 Analysis. Petroleu m R. N atlJlre of IndhJl'~ Grudes &. Auto Igriition. SUBJECT: FUEL AND COMBU·STION . Flue Gas. CombListion Thermodynamics.O x). Concept of Ignition.oCESS Stoichiometry and Thermodynamics!. Prop.

taMcgraw Hilll 1.984. Oxfarrj. Gi'v# Davie. 1966 5. Basic Features and Types of Solid.Fuels & Combustion.BURNER OESIGN~ncor~oratjon in 18umer Design. . Des." 3. BloklJ AGr Heat Transfer in $team BOl~efrumace~ Hemisphere PubJishing Corpn. Uqul~ .Oil and Gas BU'rfH~rSj Recuperative & Regen erative Bu mers. Ta. Reference..and Gaseous Fuel Bumer. J I 13 .lomstryj 2nd EdttJtm. Sharma SP.n Consideration of Different Types of Coal . Mohan Chands''. Tata Mcgraw Hilll 1984 ~. .s.nologYi Pergamon Press.s books: Samir Sarkari Fuels & COmbustiqn 2nd Edftion! Orient Longman 1990 ~ Bhatt VOr8: -stoich.Calculations lh Furnace Tsc-h.rg. 1988 4. .

ME~203.le· R. Low temperatl!J'e properties of e'ngineeling ma~t8'~a.ONS OF CRYOGENICS IDifterentTypes of Vacuum Pumpsj Instrumentation to measure Flow.Joule Thompson Expansion adiabatic dirnagnelisaliol'1.fems'r McGraw Hm. Applications of CryogenIcs in Space Programs. Regenerators G. Level and Temperature. 4. ~nversion Curve: .applie:d to IIquiiication and reifng'eratioll proceseea . Plenum Pressl New York•.S: Carnot Liquefaction CrGle. T~Can d H~C. R'efefehces : •. 2.II Lecture Practical.Tlmmerhaus and Thomas M.lb·e Refrtgerator5" used in Cryogen i c Refrigerators.ad-tabefic proC8'SS ~ and . Adsorption Systems tor purification. Barron~ Cryogen. Klaus ~.9.2 Marks Eval uation'Syslem INTRODUCTION Basic thermodynamics 4 100 50 .1 Week 1 Period of. L1QUEFACT!ON CYClI::. GAS UQU1FtCATION SYSTEMS: Helium Regngierate.Jouie Thomson Effect. I Seminar Hours Theory Intamal Assessmenf I . Cryogen. . Herald Weinstock Oryogenic TsctmoJogYr 1·969. Randall F.d Hydrogen Liquefac:uon Systems.CiottRB' Cryogenic Engine.Cryoc-oolers~ Strrllng Cyc.io Process Engineering. SUBJECT: C:RYOG:ENICS P'e~iods. S. CRYOGENIC REFRIGERATORS J'.I~·r Pr:operties ofCryo.O. 198!1 3.ClYooaolem~ Pulse Tl.. Cryogenic IDewar t Rectification Column Arlafys1s - Cons. SupercondlJctivi'ty" Crya Metallurgy) Medfcal applfcations.McCabe Thiele Method. j j ~ ]4. Claudes Cycle~ Dual Cycle.M.erlng. CrUca! components in LiquefaaUon Systems Bin.: THERMAIL ENGG.efrlgs'. Sys. 1 hours SEMESTER .FJynfi. F. Linde Hampson CyCle.ary M:ix:tures. MEASUREMENT AND APPLlCATI. Precob!'ed Linde Hampson Cycle. Magnatic Refi'i'geratorn. Cryogenic Transfer Lines. Van Nostrand and Co" 1962.M.ra:tors. 198.truction and :09$19Ii. Insulations used in Cryogenic Systems. Di~gramsi PMnolple of Rectification .r.. and Yield of Liquefaction Cycles. 8io~ogy and medicine.genilc flujds.T.isotherm at .

Water PQ~~uHon fr'Om 8Jrtdthe~r controL nm nerjes 'and other Industries POLlUTION PROM POWER.lfrION 8J ME~2..An alysis of Air Poi:rutan ts. Environmental Consid&ratiof.Monitorirm oompiiance wah Standards .Issues in Air Pol~lJtioncontrol.lhoqs and Equipments ~.ROW1J.hObanogJ~us (1985):J2nviromoonfBI Enginei1ng • McGraw~ HiU Book 4. j• ~H'. \ . 1 Pa:nod ~t 1 .l PO U.Book CGmfJany~Absecon Highlands.. Broake/man and'S. ~ Air Pol~uijon Ccmtrd Me.veloping Countries" W y.Treafment. j Referenoes. GENEF.R.vy.lntroduct1on to ErW{ficmmentaJ Enginerlqfl'and B. thermal po~llrutlon Rad~oat~lve poUutlon. Process and Eq u i pments for E l1erg.pB.Chg. r(.fematronaf ./ECll1IOns.jn ~ArrSampliFlQ and: Mea~iJremel'lt . N. utlll~Uon and D~sJXlsalof Srud'ge.I G.OA:: THERMAL ENGG.SU EQT:I!MVllrtJ. OTHER TYPES OF POLLUTION Noise . of solid W8iste-J~otenti'al methods of soHd waste from M lin j. 1. SOLID WASTE MANA. .. Oi'sJlo~al~.cipal $olkl Waste and. ..Evans (1991): MaiJ'ua( of'ErivironmfintaJ TechnOlogy In De'.r~cte risUcs" Waste Wstar Sam~llng AnalysIs ~ Waste Water Tre'atment .Lohanlr rntemaUooal.: Mantlli(1991 ) }.S. r - :l 2 Evalua.GEMENT SOll('C9'S and CJas5iific'a~on _.1InstNm~t1t~Uon f9f po~hjtbncantmll ~.liictu-re' I PraCtical Seminar Hours. J.I -P9'nocfs/W~k-- SEMESTER.ijon.yRaooveJY Ind ust~a~ Sol'jd Was:te. N.G"M8~ers f19~'1).PoI'I'L1t[on ana its im p'ac:t ~ 0 i I PoUuUon~·Pesticides ~ RadioacUvlty PoU:ut~onPrevention an d Contro..tion' System I 100 50 ArR POLLUTION SOlJreesaod Effe~t ~'Auid Ra. VCompany~ NfJwYo[k.II .hour:r - ~. HLwiWlg W.C' THe:RMA.lunON Sources and C'assif[ cation of Water PQJlutants . WATERpm. D.'tA nON Aold preeip'i'tatiPJi'J ~uid gas d€:~u!fert'sa.wIn Energy Deveiopment Asian Deveropment Bank (ADB)_ Science Prentice ~Harr j I 1 V'n..Charecieristlcs.">N-MiENT AlI!NGINI!!~NG AN.

2:Q5: THERM~L. cross flow fans·.. l J J• . caslng!.nes.f'lixon. Chruro.fan I.ECT: ADVANCED TURBO MACHIN. StepE1Mff /tJ. ENGG. 19~4.ow through impeUer casing ln~et nozzle.. maehlnes ~ Transfer of energy to fluids ~ Perfarmanc'6 oharactelfstics . . v'entil:aiicm systems! booster sytems I o J References: 1. 3.. des. WOr}{eaelXamn!e-S mturbomachrne.·S. !.~ 1 P'eriod of 1 hours Pracllcaill Se'minarJ 2 Hours.w~ststage design I surge' and 813111 stator ana.I ME-. S. degree of reaction. lnducsd ar1"dforced draft fans for alrconciitioning plank COOling.peclflc speed . Theory· 100 4 I. . . cascade effe·ots. diffusers. 2~BturllJ~kr Falis Pe&armm Press 1973. TESTING AND CONTROL OF fANS Fan testing. noise control I materIals .aws ~ Dimensionless flow machi. leakage·disc fri.and components blower regulation.EMESTER = II SU:BJ. l)iXOfl. 1984. PRINCIFtES OF TURBO MACHINERY Introducfion to turbo. Intemal Assessment 50 . .e'iers .ty. speed Dontrol.ang!es losses and hydraulic effICiency. Tur~oblower8J John Wiley & sons 1970. Eulrfrs Gharacteristicsand Eulers velocity tri. fl. 19Sa 4..e:rlodsI Week Lretu re .ERY {E1ectlve) P. ANAL VBIS OF bENTRIFVGAL BLOWER Centrifugal BlowerS.ction mechanical losses mum~vane impellers of impulse type.Ffuia Mooh8f1IC$~ T~ermodynam~csof ~udmmach'ne. throUHn~ control at disc'hargl9 ·and inlet.: Theoretlca'l charactelisHc l param._ .})lI. volute.. towemi.lgn and a~iplicatlons OF blower.y Pergamon Press. .5. DESING AND APPL'ICATIONS OF StOWERS SpsciaJI. mi:~ed fiow impellers. j Marks Evaluation System . Cen. ANAL VBIS 'OFAXIAL FLOW Axlaltlow fans: Rotor design a~rt'oiltheory v:onex theory.Pergaman Pr:ass. Austin H..and b'OW81S. John wif6yand Sons..selectlon of centrifugal I axiall mIxed flow.!'. I blade t. Axral curve-s.trJfugal pomps .

Evaluatkm Syste m 4 10m 50 GENI::RAL CONS. ! Editions Auromotive technology Series] 1988.oF MODEUNG:' . 1. " .on Proc.laminar'flow mode:lhlg) probabHlty density fLinctIons.vi and Charles A. fkman tavern ron·· up vortex.modeHng. Thick SprlilY Models~ Orop.. . _.effective viscosity" tUlrbulsnt mesh. ~ ._. JQhn. comparison Qfdlfferenh:ombustion COMBUSTION MODELS: systems. ~NTRODUCT10N TO COMBUSTI:ON MO:D. JJ.is. -'" .nes~.ai Plenum Press .(f.odsl. SlngJe L. 4. Whf:teh0lJSe-W"ay mode~ TWo zone models Mathematical I I modelJn g of Catal·Ytic comvBfters. 'Irntemal CombnstkmlErJglrre: Pundamentals" Mr.:ctlons. Perro?sl W~eK II ILecture: J ~ PeriOd Cif ~ noun .lnstItutlon of Mecnankjal engir]'. seoondi law Arn:lIys. vortex s.UNG: C. .imp~ng:eme!nt on w~~~s. cons'Brvattml of enB:rgy.generated turbulence.tionsj Wei.!a~sIficanQn. ISem!r1ar Hours ~ Theory 2 MiQD'l!LING.R II ~ Practical.l'Kono'~ m. ~N·C'(LINDER FLOW MODELIN.~tisa.. Compression diftu sivily.II ME~20B:.Amann ~Combustton ModeNng in Re-qlpr-ooaa·fing Eng. 'COlinpuUhg SPRAY MODJEL~NG: Spray eq L1ation Models~TI1 in spray mod81~.Matta. AiNt'I SU~ULAlION Of ttCENGI'N! (Electrve} . GOnS8iltation 1Qf mass..Koltsakis and AM.ent tern p~ratu re ·field. H~at TransfefCp~reJa.ymm~tdc model·of mcmoljth~t: reaclor. Ramos "Internal ComDust. JaffWs N. P~mi)(~ diffus~ive models. .. Cummins'engine model~ Hiroyasu's mode".BBeywood... tero-d imen'SiOr'l·~..One modeis. 011e dimensional model- 2D axk. 2.equ a:tions.. Di:Scr. cornbus~ion effi:ciem:Yi appHcatiorls MuitiJzone ModeJs.G: Fun Field Modei~ K-e MOde~. .r. . .ion Englne ModeJingJ Hemisphere PubJishfng Corporation.IIDERA TiON-8 .G'raw-HHI rmematr'ona'J j Re~fen6es " .1 mode:llngi~ quasi·dimensional mlQde~ingj m ultid imens1qnal . 1-989. !ransl. THERMAL ENG{l SUBJECT: SEMESTE. Gaverntt1g .odology. " ". Sf8mateibs ~Mathefflatic-a' Modeling ofRreciorJs M~tBls' Ca:talytlc ConvertsrS fQr Diesel NOli: Re·dur..let tlJrbuienc~"lntero. _.1980..f!~ers il . IDrop~et . PkanrJyrasJ1 C. 3. 'mo dimenSioh. Numericall meth.tructures.tionr ·Grid Formation. COmputation of chem1ca~ resctcns.be's f_unct[onanalysis.

-.SageroJr" and Benny J. '..Sride" ~Predj'CtingDurability" Mechanical Engineering Vol. 5.9.Vol.J. March 1 ~'9. Roberll. 213 Pard D.j I . 931072 19'93. .64. Sandeep Maja. 6'0 A. BaxemJale ~Computatio-nal Fluid Dynamics in Exhausf System Design and Devefopms SAE Peper No.

Zu'C:row N.75. New ~'orkj 3. Zucrow N. 4. Bcmney.. 1985. AERO~THERMODYNAMICS OF JET PF~OPULSrON SUBSYSTEMS Subsonil:: . Pri(lcJpfe$.e acceler~troo ~ Chemical rncks'ts ~ Electrical rocket vehfcl'es ~ Space mIssions.raft matching.nlgine Performancs CharacterrS·tics .Supersonic Combustion· Exhaus. 1992. 1 19 .n. John Wfiey end SOils inc New V:orkJ' 19. Liquid Prop~lallt Propellaht oombustlon chambers .A..Typic:al engine performan.Combustion instabilities..t Nozzles..~ INouies .ce . Peteiso}1'j Mer.Rocket He!:lt. VoU and VoUI.J. M.Uqufd - . CHEMICAL ROCKET PRQPElLA:NTCOMBUSTION & eXPANSION Rocket g E..4 100 Intemal Assessment' THERMODYNAMICS OF AIRCRAFT JET ENGINES 50 Theory of Jet Propl.N(Eleetivel Pe~odsi Week r. Hill and Can R. 5.nlets • Gaff' turbrne: Icombustors ~.:wcrow N. Thrustal).tI SUE!JECr~ FW.Edftion 19.S Hours Theory . Airc.Iperoonic . Sl.ENGG-. ReferofloelS. $.Wesley Publishing Compan~ New York. Akcmft and Missife Propulsion. Sec:r:md' j AdditiDrl.Itsion .of 11 hours Practical j .J.of Jet Propulsion and Gas Turbines.·. Equilibrium composltion ~ NonequUilbrium e'xpansion .CKET AND J'ET P'rtOPULSI'O.rformance • Vehilcf. John W#eyand Sons 'nc. Gas Dynarrilcs'end J.ME~201': THERMAl.. 2.s' and TfJerfflodynamios .01 Propulsion. Transfer .inlets ~. !PERFORMANCE OF ROC. Performance.ulie.. Prinr:ip'es of Guided Missile Design..70. Yahys. teeM€! :3 1 Perkld.Turbojet and Turbofan engines Turboprop and Turbosha:ft Engines.J.seminar 2 MarK. Van Nosirlflnc Co. Liquid propellants .ef Propulsion. SEMESTER . After bumers and Ramjet Combustors . Thnrst and efficiency ~ Ram Jet .E.gmenltatlon~ . 1 'hi/ip G.K~T VEHICU::8 stat!c pe.

Harris N. DESiGN OF EQU~PMENTS: Analysi.. load ca!eula1!ion. ReClfivers. . Package .Wilcox Co. Marine Vessels. in Automobiles.ilation . ~Priflciples ofReftfgaration". C.lId TI1lit! .THERMAL ENGG. /HainSr J.ING SYSTEMS: Window Type.11flrrw. E. B" "Automoot'o ~onfrolo.F. & CortrJa D. Railway Wago.ns. Equlpment· selection. Typet SpUt Type. Airoraft and Olfter Commercj REFER. Central: Units .D.t.R DISTRIBUTION: Air Distribution De~ces • Air Crrcuits -lJesign of Aili Supply System . Pressure" 0. N.rect and ind~mcli' COITs-iruction Detal~ Specification and Testingl. Tra'p~ AIR OONDlr~ON. AIR·CONDmO~ING CONTROLS: Control System of Temp'irature. Evaporative cooling system AI. A~r:xm~itlonJng~~ G~W~jJ~. and balancing. DOSSB~·R.Jn( 4. yCoO/ltl s Williams.di.icatfons. SEMESTER -II S UBJIECr: AtRo!CQNDtTllONING SYSTEM IlEEUGN (EjectillE!} Periods I Week Lecture 3 1 Perbd of 1 nou rs Pracflcall Seminar 2 Hours Marks Theory Evaluallon System 100 j ntern al Assessment r IPSYCI-lROMET:RJ CS: Introduooon Prope. [)rfef$-and Strainers. fn.lnslilulionai Rllfrlga18lion..s of air conditioning loatl. C..Qlse oonsidemlicm APPUCATION: Air Conditioning Appl. Al:thClu~el A. wModem Refrigeration and AjfCcndi1lonlng" Good Hea. compressor Motor· PtotecUQn Devices.J.sy'st9n V~~5.!ir"oondltioolngl j Alrand Human comfort. 1989. A SHRAE Hand book (Fundamentals· & Equfpm&lf$} =: V Shootmg" Eagle' Wood Cliffs' (NT) Prontloe HaUl 1fIB. Design.rt .9. Piping .1981.H.I ME~208. '.. =r: Illduslflal. 121111 on R~{lenemlors. J. John WfJey& Sons.. & TurnqUIst. Modem Air·Candillcmif1{j practice)' Me: Graw HNI 6.ENCES: 1.rtil8S of air end water vapour mi~~ufei Psychrometries chart and ils use in!.

survey Basic study of the project and formulating the prinCiples for solving the problems. Suggestion for Improvements Cost Analysis.~~MESTE~ - IIJ .iples for solving. The.igh a industry sponsorship or of academic but. ~n'a\1S\s. Development of software if necessary.: A student has to present a seminar on' a thrust area that should contain • • iii Choosing an appropriate thrust area.. practical utilIty topic on any of the subject ereas which Involves. . project wI. Development of so. . Working out details of con trol mechal~ism required if any.of the problems.I VI A project'should be asSigned to each student at the beginnIng of the Third semester either lhrol. The gene-ral scheme of working wUl be as follows.ftware l'f necessary. • iii Literature . Basic design preparation.. prototype· mode! Testing of the mddef Suggestion for improvements I! • iii i!! • • • ~~. • II! • • • The ~emil1arshould be submitted In a booklet that is bound.!! be worked full 'time in the third and rourthsemester for one year duration. .. Preparartian of workable scheme. Fabricating the. the prineiples being. p!EMEST·ER . SEMINAR ON THRUST AR!AS.. Literature survey report Study of fundamentals and Formulating the pfinc. Basic Design Working out details of oontrol mechanIsm required if any. studies in the above tell subjects.

seminar Dissertationarl~ Viv.aVoce 50 50 IQTAl.~ntemal Assessment 1 SemJnaran Thrust areas TOTAL 50 50 100 'I 8(. 100 . 110. Subjects' Pre Synopsis disserta~ion .

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