Teaching Hours / week Duration Th. Pr. Examination

Teaching Dept.

1 2* ME/AE ME/AE ME/AE ME/AE ME/AE 04 04 04 04 01





Theory/ Practical I.A Marks 100 03 03 03 03 03 25 25 25 25 25 100 100 100 100 100 03 03 25 25 50 50 24 200 700

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125 125 125 125 125


8* Total

10MAT31 10ME32A/ 10ME32B 10ME33 10ME34 10AE35 10ME36A/ 10ME36B 10MEL37A/ 10MEL37B 10MEL38A/ 10MEL38B ME/AE ME/AE — — 21

Engineering Mathematics-III Material Science and Metallurgy/Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Basic Thermodynamics Mechanics of Materials Manufacturing Processes Computer Aided Machine Drawing/ Fluid Mechanics Metallography & Material Testing Lab/ Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Lab Foundry & Forging Laboratory/ Machine shop

03 03 09

75 75 900

*Note : Student opted for subjects with code A in III semester, shall opt for Subjects with Code B in IV semester Note : One question has to be set for every unit (6 to 8 hours of teaching).



Teaching Hours / week Duration Th. Pr. I.A Marks 03 25 Examination

Teaching Dept.

1 2* 04 04 04 04 04 — ME/IP/IM/AU/ MA/MI/AE — 24


Theory/ Practical 100 03 03 25 25 100 100 03 25 100 03 25 100 03 25 100 03 25 50 03 25 50 24 200 700

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3 10ME44 Kinematics of Machines

10MAT41 10ME42A/ 10ME42B 10ME43

Engg. Maths – IV Material Science & Metallurgy/Mechanical Measurements & Metrology Applied Thermodynamics

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125 125 125 125 125 75 75 900


5 6


10AE45 10ME46A/ 10ME46B 10MEL47A/ 10MEL47B 10MEL48A/ 10MEL48B Total



Elements of Aeronautics Computer Aided Machine drawing/ Fluid Mechanics Metallography & Material Testing Lab/ Mechanical Measurements & Metrology laboratory Foundry & Forging lab / Machine Shop



Teaching Hours / week Duration Th. Pr. Examination

Teaching Dept.

1 10AE52 10AE53 10AE54 10AE55 10AE56 10AEL57 10AEL58 Total Energy Conversion Lab Aerodynamics Lab. Aircraft Structures – I Aircraft Propulsion AE AE AE AE/ME Aerodynamics – I AE Dynamics of Machines AE/ME 04 04 04 04 — — 24 Introduction to Composite Materials AE/ME 04


Management and Entrepreneurship



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03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 24

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 200

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*Note : One question has to be set for every 6 to 8 hours of teaching. @ - Indicates that teaching department can be any engineering department / department of management studies


04 04 04 04 04 04 — — 24 — — — — — — 03 03 06 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 24 Pr. 4 .A Theory/ Total Marks Practical Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 700 125 125 125 125 125 125 75 75 900 Sl. AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING VI SEMESTER Subject Code Title Th. Propulsion Laboratory Total AE/ME AE AE AE/ME ME AE/IEM AE AE 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 200 Teaching Dept. * Elective I (Group A) Numerical Methods Aircraft Materials Combustion Reliability Engineering Industrial Management Rockets and Missiles Subject Code 10AE661 10AE662 10AE663 10AE664 10AE665 10AE666 * Students shall register for one subject from Group A Electives Note : One question has to be set for every unit (6 to 8 hours of teaching). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Note : One question has to be set for every 6 to 8 hours of teaching.E.I: (Group A) Structures Lab. No.SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION B. Teaching Hours / week Examination I. Duration 10AE61 10AE62 10AE63 10AE64 10AE65 10AE66* 10AEL67 10AEL68 Applied Gas Dynamics Aircraft Performance Aerodynamics – II Finite Element Analysis Theory of Vibrations * Elective .

E. Modeling and Analysis Laboratory Simulation Laboratory Total AE/ME AE AE AE AE AE AE AE Teaching Dept.SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION B. Duration 10AE71 10AE72 10AE73 10AE74 10AE75* 10AE76* 10AEL77 10AEL78 Control Engineering Aircraft Structures . AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING VII SEMESTER Subject Code Title Th.II Aircraft Stability and Control Gas Turbine / Technology *Electives II – (Group B) *Electives III –(Group C) Design. Teaching Hours / week Examination I. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Note : One question has to be set for every 6 to 8 hours of teaching.A Theory/ Total Marks Practical Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 700 * Elective III (Group C) Experimental Stress analysis Helicopter Dynamics Space Mechanics and Launch Vehicles Smart Materials Agile Manufacturing Robotics Industrial and Experimental Aerodynamics Micro and Smart Systems Technology 125 125 125 125 125 125 75 75 900 Sl. Repair and Overhaul 10AE763 10AE754 Statistical Quality Control 10AE764 10AE755 Theory of plates and shells 10AE765 10AE756 Nondestructive Testing 10AE766 10AE757 Mechatronics and Microprocessor 10AE767 10AE758 Total Quality Management 10AE768 * Students shall register for one subject each from Group B and C Electives 5 . Subject Code * Elective II (Group B) Subject Code 10AE751 Optimisation Techniques 10AE761 10AE752 Computational Fluid Dynamics 10AE762 10AE753 Aircraft Maintenance. 04 04 04 04 04 04 — — 24 — — — — — — 03 03 06 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 24 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 200 Pr.

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING VIII SEMESTER Subject Code Title Th. Pr. No. 6 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 10AE81 10AE82 10AE83* 10AE84* 10AE85 10AE86 Flight Vehicle Design Avionics *Electives IV. * Elective V (Group E) Aircraft Safety Rules and Regulations Guidance and Navigation Management Information Systems Project Management Product Design and Manufacturing Artificial Intelligence Computer Integrated Manufacturing Aircraft Systems and Instrumentation Subject Code * Elective IV (Group D) Subject Code 10AE831 Flight Testing 10AE841 10AE832 Fracture Mechanics 10AE842 10AE833 Theory of Aeroelasticity 10AE843 10AE834 Hydraulics and Pneumatics 10AE844 10AE835 Reliability and Maintenance Engineering 10AE845 10AE836 Boundary Layer Theory 10AE846 10AE837 Operation Research 10AE847 10AE838 Aerospace Quality Assurance 10AE848 * Students shall register for one subject each from Group D and E Electives.E.SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION B.(Group D) *Electives V.A Theory/ Total Marks Practical Marks Sl.(Group E ) Project Work Seminar on Current / Topics Total AE AE AE AE AE AE 04 04 04 04 — 03 19 — — — — 03 — 03 03 03 03 03 — — 12 25 25 25 25 100 50 250 100 100 100 100 100 — 500 125 125 125 125 200 50 750 Note : One question has to be set for every 6 to 8 hours of teaching. Teaching Hours / week Examination I. . Duration Teaching Dept.

D?lembert? solution of one dimensional wave equation. Complex form of Fourier Series.Raphson method. [6 hours] 7 . [7 hours] Unit-II: FOURIER TRANSFORMS Infinite Fourier transform. Graphical method and simplex method. Inverse transforms [6 hours] Unit-III: APPLICATIONS OF PDE Various possible solutions of one dimensional wave and heat equations. Solution of all these equations with specified boundary conditions.1 Numerical Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations: Regula-falsi method. mathematical formulation of linear programming problem (LPP). definition and illustrative examples* Periodic functions. Fourier Sine and Cosine transforms. y=axb Optimization: Linear programming. properties. Iterative methods of solution of a system of equations: Gauss-seidel and Relaxation methods. Practical harmonic analysis. y=ax2+bx+c.Fitting of curves of the form y=ax+b. Fourier series of periodic functions of period 2 and arbitrary period. half range Fourier series.III SEMESTER ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-III Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MAT31 : 04 : 52 PART-A Unit-I: FOURIER SERIES Convergence and divergence of infinite series of positive terms. two dimensional Laplace? equation by the method of separation of variables. Largest eigen value and the corresponding eigen vector by Rayleigh’s power method. y=aebx. Newton . Dirichlet’s conditions. [7 hours] IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-B Unit-V: NUMERICAL METHODS . [6 hours] Unit-IV: CURVE FITTING AND OPTIMIZATION Curve fitting by the method of least squares.

shifting rule. Ramana. Lagrange’s interpolation formula and inverse interpolation formula. questions are not to be set. Divided differences . [6 hours] Note: * In the case of illustrative examples. Grewal.Newton’s divided difference formula. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Khanna Publishers 2 Erwin Kreyszig.S. one dimensional heat and wave equations [7 hours] Unit-VIII: DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS AND Z-TRANSFORMS Difference equations: Basic definition. Newton’s forward and backward interpolation formulae. Latest edition. REFERENCE BOOK: 1 B. Engineering Mathematics. Tata Mc. O?eil. initial value and final value theorems. TEXT BOOKS: 1 B. damping rule. Graw Hill Publications. Inverse Z-transform. Z-transforms definition. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.V. Numerical solution of two dimensional Laplace’s equation. CENGAGE Learning India Pvt Ltd.Unit-VI: NUMERICAL METHODS 2 Finite differences: Forward and backward differences. three-eighth and Weddle’s rules (All formulae/rules without proof) [7 hours] Unit-VII: NUMERICAL METHODS 3 Numerical solutions of PDE finite difference approximation to derivatives. Wiley Publications.Publishersxisting Sub code: 10MAT31 8 . Latest edition. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Application of Z-transforms to solve difference equations. Latest edition. Numerical integration: Simpson’s one-third. 2 Peter V. standard Ztransforms.

Phase Diagram I: Solid solutions Hume Rothary rule substitutional. 06 Hours UNIT . 07 Hours UNIT . linear and non linear elastic behaviour and properties. creep properties. martempering. Iron carbon equilibrium diagram description of phases. crystal imperfections -point line and surface imperfections. Gibbs phase rule. Atomic Diffusion: Phenomenon. toughness. invariant reactions. Homogenous and Heterogeneous nucleation. Fatigue: Types of fatigue loading with examples.5 Phase Diagram II: Construction of equilibrium diagrams involving complete and partial solubility. annealing and its types.A UNIT . factors affecting diffusion. tempering. coordination number and atomic packing factors. 06 Hours UNIT . ductility. Plastic deformation of single crystal by slip and twinning. stress relaxation. Creep: Description of the phenomenon with examples. mechanical properties in plastic range. Type II and Type III. yield strength offset yield strength. 07 Hours PART . continuous cooling curves. cast metal structures.6 Heat treating of metals: TTT curves. normalizing.4 Solidification: Mechanism of solidification. lever rule. Mechanism of fatigue.3 Fracture: Type I. FCC and HCP Structures. intermediate phases. three stages of creep.MATERIAL SCIENCE AND METALLURGY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME32A/10ME42A : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . fatigue properties.1 Crystal Structure: BCC. ultimate tensile strength. solidification of steels and cast irons. crystal growth. austempering. and interstitial solid solutions. fatigue testing and S-N diagram.B UNIT . 06 Hours UNIT . Flick’s laws of diffusion.2 Mechanical Behaviour: Stress-strain diagram showing ductile and brittle behaviour of materials. 9 . hardening.

2. 2003. Composition and uses of • Grey cast iron. malleable iron. K. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. PHI.P. Alan Cottrell. PHI. Elements of Materials Science and Engineering. Lakhtin. Pearson Publication – 2007. Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering. Inc.7 Ferrous and non ferrous materials: Properties. SG iron and steel • Copper alloys-brasses and bronzes. 1965 3. Physical Metallurgy.. 4th Edition McGraw Hill.Wesley Edn. John Wiley & Sons.C.. An Introduction to Metallurgy. The Science and Engineering of Materials. fundamentals of production of FRP’ sand MMC’s advantages and application of composites.Al-Zn alloys. surface hardening methods like carburizing. 1998 6. W. Materials Science and Engineering. 2009 2. Muralidhara.Al-Si.Raghavan .. Smith. Mir Publications 4.8 Composite Materials: Definition. cyaniding. 2002 5. classification. H. 07 Hours UNIT . V. types of matrix materials & reinforcements. Callister Jr. 5th Edition. 10 . 4lh Ed. Shackleford. Ltd. VanVlack. & M. Cengage Learning. Engineering Materials Science. flame hardening and induction hardening. Addison. Aluminium alloys-Al-Cu. 2001. Donald R. 07 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.William D. age hardening of aluminium-copper alloys. Askland and Pradeep. 7. Phule. Materials Science.. 06 Hours UNIT . Materials Science and Engineering..hardenability. nitriding.Richards. 1974. University Press India Oriental Longman Pvt.

brief concept of design of gauges (Taylor’s principles). calibration of end bars (Numerical). sigma comparators. Fits. Angular measurements. pneumatic comparators. characteristics. Tolerance and Gauging: Definition of tolerance. Zeiss ultra optimeter. interferometry. concept of limits of size and tolerances. dial indicator. accumulation of tolerances. mechanical comparatorsJohnson Mikrokator. subdivision of standards. use of angle gauges (numericals on building of angles). definition of fits. measurement of major diameter. Slip gauges. gear measurement: Interferometer. minor diameter. Indian Standards (M-81. Indian standards. 06 Hours UNIT-2: System of Limits. autocollimator. shaft basis system. compound tolerances. Wringing phenomena. Specification in assembly. Tool maker’s microscope. back pressure gauges.MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME32B/10ME42B : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART. types of fits and their designation (IS 919-1963). ring gauge. geometrical tolerance. electric and electronic comparators-principles. positional-tolerances. angle and effective diameter of screw threads by 2-wire and 3-wire methods. 07 Hours UNIT-3: Comparators and Angular measurement: Introduction to comparators. best size wire. Terminology of screw threads. Principle of interchangeability and selective assembly limits of size. clinometers. Imperial standard yard. use of gear tooth vernier caliper and micrometer. sine principle and use of sine bars. Types of gaugesplain plug gauge. Numerical problems on building of slip gauges. gear tooth terminology. 06 Hours 11 . bevel protractor. limit gauge and gauge materials.A UNIT-1: Standards of measurement: Definition and Objectives of metrology. Wear allowance on gauges. M-12). Wave length standard. line and end standard. sine centre. Standards of length-International prototype meter. hole basis system. snap gauge. classification of comparators. solex comparators. LVDT. Optical flats. pitch. optical comparatorsprinciples. classification of gauges. 07 Hours UNIT-4: Interferometer and screw thread.

significance of measurement. 5th Ed.. proving ring. 5. mechanical. Engineering Metrology. Gupta. 2. preparation and mounting of strain gauges. Ltd. 2006. Errors in measurement. D. strain gauge. Faulk. primary and secondary transducers. electrical. Measurement Systems Applications and Design. mechanical.C. McGraw Hill Book Co. electronic amplifiers and telemetry. optical pyrometer. advantages of each type transducers. R. Industrial Instrumentation. Strain measurements. Tata McGraw Hill Pvt. principle. electrical intermediate modifying devices. loading effect. transfer efficiency. Jain Khanna Publishers. Jerry.K. generalized measurement system. torque and pressure: Principle. hysterisis. repeatability. hydraulic dynamometer. threshold. R. Doebelin. input circuitry. Ltd. Ernest O. linearity. I. Engineering Metrology. classification of errors. ballast circuit. McLeod gauge. pyrometer. calibration. New-Delhi 12 .K. Metrology & Measurement. analytical balance. methods of strain measurement. 07 Hours UNIT-6: Intermediate modifying and terminating devices: Mechanical systems. 07 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 1994. 1994 3. 2.. Pressure measurements. Mechanical Measurements. Pearson Education. Delhi. Terminating devices. Kulkarni. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 4. precision. Beckwith Marangoni and Lienhard. system response-times delay. Dhanpat Rai Publications. Torque measurement. oscillographs. sensitivity. Prony brake. Jain. thermocouple. materials used for construction. 2002.PART-B UNIT-5: Measurements and measurement systems: Definition. cathode ray oscilloscope. 06 Hours UNIT-8: Temperature and strain measurement: Resistance thermometers. Bewoor & Vinay A. definitions and concept of accuracy. 6th Ed. electronic transducers.. Khanna Publishers. Anand K. use of elastic members. Mechanical Measurements. Alsutko. law of thermo couple. Bridgeman gauge. gauge factor. Transducers. X-Y plotters. Pirani gauge. platform balance. inherent problems. 06 Hours UNIT-7: Measurement of force. Cengage Asia Pvt.

chemical equilibrium. Statement of the First law of thermodynamics. Keivin .1 Fndamental Concepts & Definitions: Thermodynamics definition and scope. Thermal reservoir. Extension of the First law to control volume. as a part of a system boundary. Thermodynamic equilibrium. schematic representation. 06 Hours UNIT . reversed heat engine. units and sign convention.4 Second Law of Thermodynamics: Devices converting heat to work. analysis of unsteady processes such as filming and evacuation of vessels with and without heat transfer. definition. Thermodynamic definition of work. coefficients of performace. specific heat constant pressure. cyclic and non-cyclic preesses. definition and units. as a whole of a system boundary. concepts. Direct heat engine. extension of the First law to non . thermal equilibrium. 07 Hours UNIT . modes of energy. definition. Shaft work. quasi-static process. expressions for displacement work in various processes through p-v diagrams. (a) in a thermodynacmic cycle. mechanical equilibrium. Specific heat at constant volume. 06 Hours UNIT . Devices converting work to heat in a theromodynamic cycle. pure substance.BASIC THERMODYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME33 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-A UNIT . Some practical applications of engineering thermodynamic Systems. intensive and extensive properties. fixed points and measurements. definition of work and its limitations. (b) in a mechanical cycle.cyclic processes.2 Work and Heat: Mechanics. energy as a property.3 First Law of Thermodynamics: Joules expriments. important applications.Planck statement of the Secnd law of Thermodynamics. diathermic wall. PMM I and PMM II. state diagram. sign convention. Electrical work. state point. energy. Other types of work. Microscopic and Macroscopic approaches. Thermodynamic state. definition. scales. Zeroth law of thermodynamics. equivalence of heat and work. Thermodynamic properties. two-property rule. examples. Characteristics of system boundary and control surface. Temperature. Heat. Displacement work. examples. Clasius statement of Second law of 13 . enthalpy. schematic representation and efficiency. path and process. steady state-steady flow energy equation.

a property. entropy as a coordinate. Laroiya. 07 Hours UNIT . calculation of entropy using Tds relations. compressibility chart 06 Hours Data Handbooks : 1. specific heats. 2nd Ed.5 Entropy: Clasius inequality. Analysis of various process. enthalpy and entropy in various quasi-static processes. T-S and H-S diagrams. 2008 TEXT BOOKS: 1. 07 Hours UNIT . Van-der Waal’s Equation of state. 2002 14 . Available and unavailable energy. S. change of entropy.7 Thermodynamic relations: Maxwell relation. S. Evaluation of heat. Reversible and irrevesible processes.Nag. Dr. Nijaguna. Delhi. Subcooled liquid. separating and throttling calorimeter. triple point and critical points. 06 Hours UNIT . Basic Engineering Thermodynomics. Van-der Waal’s constants in terms of critical properties. application to a reversible cycle. perfect and semi-perfect gases. compressiblity factor.. definition. reversible heat engines. Dryness fraction (quality). Birla Pub. Pvt. 2. Law of corresponding states. internal energy and enthalpy as functions of temperature only. entropy as a quantitative test for irreversibility. universal and partiuclar gas constans.T. Banwait. Entropy. Statement. equation of state.Thermodynamics.C. saturated liquid. Causius Clayperon’s equation.S. Ideal gas. Real Gases: Introduction. saturated vapour and superheated vapour states of pure substance with water as example. principle of increase in entropy. representation of various processes on these diagrams. work. Carnot cycle. P. 07 Hours PART-B UNIT . Properties of Refrigerant & Psychometric (tables & Charts in SI Units). Enthalpy of change of phase (Latent heat). Carnot principles. A. Basic and Applied Thermodynamics. B. factors that make a process irreversible. change in internal energy. Throttling calorimeter.Equivalence of the two statements. Ltd. proof. mixture of saturated liquid and vapour. Dalton’s laws of partial pressures. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. 2008 2. Steam tables and its use. evaluation of properties..K. University Press. Thermodynamic data hand book.8 Ideal gas mixture : Ideal gas mixture.Venkatesh. Amagat’s law of additive volumes. Dr.6 Pure Substances: P-T and P-V diagrams.

Energy methods. stresses on inclined sections. Swati B. Hooke’s Law and Poisson’s ratio. 06 Hours 15 . Stress-Strain relation . bars with continuously varying cross sections (circular and rectangular). 2010 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME34 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-A UNIT 1: Simple Stress and Strain: Introduction.behaviour in tension for Mild steel. J. Strain energy in bar/beams. 2002 2. length and volume). expression for volumetric strain. Yunus A.Jones and G. shear strain. bars with cross sections varying in steps. Elongation due to self weight. Wadavadagi “Basic Thermodynomics. Thick cylinders Lame’s equation (compound cylinders not included). John Wiley and Sons. 3.Cenegal and Michael A. New Delhi. B. 06 Hours UNIT 3: Compound Stresses: Introduction. Engineering Thermodynamics. Thermodynamics. temperature stresses (including compound bars). An Engineering Approach.J.Hawkins.Rao. cast iron and non ferrous metals. Extension / Shortening of a bar.E. elastic constants. 5. mechanical properties of materials. PHI.V. 4.REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.A. Wiley Eastern. Stress. Wiley Eastern. Mohr’s circle for plane stress. Fundamentals of Classical Thermodynamics.Van Wylen and R. Y.Boles. strain.C.. simple shear stress. 07 Hours UNIT 2: Stress in Composite Section: Volumetric strain.Sonntag. Plane stress. Linear elasticity. Tata McGraw Hill publications. G. Principle of super position. 07 Hours UNIT 4: Energy Methods: Work and strain energy.K Venkanna.B. Castiglinios theorem. 1993. An Introduction to Thermodynamics. principal stresses and maximum shear stresses. Thick and Thin Cylinder Stresses in thin cylinders. changes in dimensions of cylinder (diameter.

. Power transmitted by solid and hollow circular shafts Columns: Euler’s theory for axially loaded elastic long columns. radius of curvature. Ferdinand Beer & Russell Johston. Macaulay’s method 06 Hours UNIT 8: Torsion of Circular Shafts and Elastic Stability of Columns: Introduction.C. polar modulus. relationship between bending stress. 07 Hours UNIT 6: Bending and Shear Stresses in Beams: Introduction. Moment carrying capacity of a section. 5th Ed.. assumptions.Gere.Hibbeler. 2005 2.2003. Derivation of Euler’s load for various end conditions. by R. Prentice Hall. (UDL) uniformly varying load (UVL) and couple for different types of beams. torsional rigidity / stiffness of shafts.M. UVL and Couple. 06 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. uniformly distributed load. relationship between shear force and bending moments. 3. Thomson. 07 Hours UNIT 7: Deflection of Beams: Introduction. Types of beams. shear forces and bending moments. slope and bending moment. Shear force and bending moment diagrams for different beams subjected to concentrated loads. Pearson Edu. relationship between bending moment and radius of curvature. (composite / notched beams not included). sign conventions. loads and reactions. TATA McGraw Hill. limitations of Euler’s theory. derivation of torsional equations.PART-B UNIT 5: Bending Moment and Shear Force in Beams: Introduction. Differential equation for deflection. assumptions in simple bending. “Mechanics of Materials”. rate of loading. Theory of simple bending. 16 . Equations for deflection. “Mechanics of materials”. Bending stress equation. symmetrical I and T sections. James. “Mechanics of materials”. UDL. shear stress across rectangular. circular. Shearing stresses in beams. in SI Units. Fifth edition 2004. Rankine’s formula. Pure torsion. Double integration method for cantilever and simply supported beams for point load.

“Strength of Materials”. Egor. Nash. requirement of base sand. Tata McGraw Hill. 2nd. “Engineering Mechanics of Solids”. Rattan. 3. Rao. various pattern allowances and their importance. Method of making cores.REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Basic steps involved. Need. Special moulding Process :Study of important moulding processes 17 . Concept of Gating & Risering. G. S. 2007 4. Unit 2 07 Hrs Sand Moulding : Types of base sand. “Strength of Materials”. Types of sand moulds. Sand moulds: Moulding sand mixture ingredients (base sand. Cores: Definition. Popov. Varieties of components produced by casting process.. Pearson Edu. Sehaum’s Outline Series.S.V. 2009 2.A Unit 1 06 Hrs Casting Process: Introduction : Concept of Manufacturing process. 2006. Raju. W. Classification of patterns. Casting defects . Method used for sand moulding.S. binder & additives) for different sand mixtures. Fourth Edition-2007. Ltd. 5th Ed.C. Principle involved. Types of binder used in moulding sand. Unit 3 07 Hrs Moulding machines: Jolt type. functions. 5. Introduction to Casting process & steps involved. its importance. First Edition. Fettling and cleaning of castings. squeeze type. India. MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE35 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART. Types of additives used. Classification of Manufacturing processes. Binders used. Additives: Need. 1998. Edison. “Mechanics of Materials”. features and remedies. Materials used for pattern..P. S.Bhavikatti.causes. Jolt & Squeeze type and Sand slinger. Vikas publications House -1 Pvt. K. and Types. Advantages & Limitations of casting process..A. Binder: Definition. And types. 2nd Ed. “Strength of Materials”. Patterns: Definition.

Metal moulds : Gravity die-casting. Ultrasonic Machining. CO2 mould. Magnetic particle. types and selection. Heat generation in metal cutting. Eddy current. Problems on Merchant’s analysis. Classification. ceramics. Inert Gas Welding (TIG & MIG) PART-B Unit 5: 06 Hrs Principles of soldering & brazing: Parameters involved & Mechanism. Measurements of tool tip temperature. geometry of single point cutting tool. Taylor’s tool life equation. Application. Oxy – Acetylene welding. Shear angle relationship. Merchant’s circle diagram and analysis. Slush casting. Electro chemical machining. Sweep mould. Unit 7: 07 Hrs Cutting tool materials: Desired properties. Water jet machining 18 . centrifugal casting. Investment mould. Reaction in Gas welding. Visual. Gas Welding: Principle. coated carbides. ErnstMerchant’s solution. Different Types of Soldering & Brazing Methods Inspection Methods – Methods used for Inspection of casting and welding. Problems on tool life evaluation. Tool life. Gas torch construction & working. Ultrasonic. desired properties. Core sand. Fluorescent particle. Unit 8: 06 Hrs Non-Traditional Machining Process: Principle. Heat distribution in tool and w/p. equipment. Flame characteristics. Metal Arc welding (MAW). Dry sand. cutting fluids. Shell mould. factors affecting heat generation. Arc Welding: Principle. Squeeze Casting. Thixocasting and continuous casting processes Unit4: 06 Hrs Welding Welding process: Definition.HSS carbides. Tool’s failure criteria. operation and applications of LBM. Effects of cutting parameters on tool life. Forward and backward welding. Plasma Arc Machining. Advantages & limitations of welding.Green sand. Unit 6: 07 Hrs Theory of metal cutting: Single point cutting tool nomenclature. Pressure die casting. Tool wear & tool failure. Radiography. Abrasive jet machining. Holography methods of Inspection. need. types of cutting tool materials. Principles. Flux Shielded Metal Arc Welding (FSMAW).

grid and snap. 2. 2004. ‘Manufacturing Science’. Reference Books: 1. Hajra Choudhry Vol. spheres and hollow solids).Text Books: 1. 2003. Naming a drawing. “Manufacturing Technology”. Boothroyd. of simple machine parts with or without section. 2006. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. (Bureau of Indian Standards conventions are to be followed for the drawings) Hidden line conventions..Sechmid. Roy A Lindberg. Precedence of lines. Cubes. ‘Production Technology’. axis inclinations.R. Jain. Drawing units. 2000 Scheme of examination: One Question to be set from each chapter. 3. Workshop Technology’. 2003. Ltd. 2. Serope Kalpakjain. 08 Hours 19 . Pearson Education Asia. 4. Affiliated EastWest Press. Amitabha Ghosh and Mallik. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Starting a new drawing sheet. Prisms. 5th Ed. Orthographic Views: Conversion of pictorial views into orthographic projections. Pearson Edu. Cones and Cylinders resting only on their bases (No problems on.K. 02 Hours PART-A UNIT 1: Sections of Solids: Sections of Pyramids. Khanna Publications. “Process and Materials of Manufacturing :. 4th Ed. ‘Fundamentals of Metal Machining and Machine Tools’. Review of basic sketching commands and navigational commands. G. McGraw Hill. R. 2006. Steuen.I and II. True shape of sections. Media Promoters and Publishers Pvt. Tetrahedrons. Sheet sizes. COMPUTER AIDED MACHINE DRAWING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME36A/10ME46A : 04 (1 Hr Theory and 3 hrs practical) : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 Introduction: Review of graphic interface of the software.

Tool Head of a shaper 18 Hours Text Books: 1.UNIT 2: Thread Forms: Thread terminology. CBS Publishers. Subhash Publication.C Assembly Drawings (Part drawings should be given) 1. Machine vice 7. Trymbaka Murthy. Screw jack (Bottle type) 5. Engine connecting rod 4. using snap head rivets). Published by VTU. N. ‘Machine Drawing’.D. Belgaum. knuckle joint (pin joint) for two rods. S. I. ‘A Text Book of Computer Aided Machine Drawing’. sectional views of threads.Bhat & V. cotter joint (socket and spigot). Sellers thread. Fasteners: Hexagonal headed bolt and nut with washer (assembly). Plummer block (Pedestal Bearing) 2. pin (bush) type flexible coupling. ‘A Primer on Computer Aided Machine Drawing-2007’. ‘Machine Drawing’. butt joints with single/ double cover straps (Chain and Zigzag. New Delhi. ISO Metric (Internal & External) BSW (Internal & External) square and Acme. 08 Hours PART-B UNIT 3: Keys & Joints : Parallel key.R. counter sunk head screw. Tailstock of lathe 6. Taper key. American Standard thread.M. Gibhead key and Woodruff key Riveted Joints: Single and double riveted lap joints. slotted nut.C. Feather key. 2007 2. Rams Bottom Safety Valve 3. square headed bolt and nut with washer (assembly) simple assembly using stud bolts with nut and lock nut. Gopala Krishna. Protected type flanged coupling. Allen screw. 08 Hours UNIT 4: Couplings: Split Muff coupling. K. 20 .Panchal Reference Books: 1. grub screw. 2. Flanged nut. Oldham’s coupling and universal coupling (Hooks’ Joint) 08 Hours PART . taper and split pin for locking.

surface tension. Part-B and Part-C Student has to answer one question each from Part-A and Part-B for 20 marks each. Scheme of Examination: Two questions to be set from each Part-A. Kanniah. viscosity. capillarity. simple manometers and differential manometers. gauge.V. ‘Machine Drawing’. horizontal. 2005 4. curved surface submerged in liquid. Sham Tickoo. published by Tata McGraw Hill.e. ‘Auto CAD 2006. Sheet sizes should be A3/A4. P. Properties of fluids. Types of fluid. N.2006 NOTE: Internal assessment: 25 Marks All the sheets should be drawn in the class using software. Sastri. thermodynamic properties. 07 Hours 21 . Dream tech 2005 5.3. All sheets must be submitted at the end of the class by taking printouts. 1st Indian print Pearson Education. vapour pressure and cavitation 06 Hours UNIT-2 Fluid Statistics : Fluid pressure at a point. PART-A 1 x 20 = 20 Marks PART-B 1 x 20 = 20 Marks PART-C 1 x 60 = 60 Marks Total = 100 Marks FLUID MECHANICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME36B/10ME46B : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART – A UNIT-1 Properties of Fluids: Introduction. V. absolute. Pascal’s law. ‘Machine Drawing with Auto CAD’. vertical and inclined plane surfaces. atmospheric and vacuum pressures. Siddeshwar. pressure variation in a static fluid. Total pressure and center of pressure on submerged plane surfaces. i.S. And one question from Part-C for 60 marks. Goutam Pohit & Goutham Ghosh. for engineers and designers’.

Dr. propagation of pressure waves in a compressible fluid. metacentre and metacentric height. 2004. vertical orifice. ELSEVIER. velocity and acceleration.UNIT-3 Buoyancy and Fluid Kinematics: Buoyancy. Mach cone. Bernoulli’s equation from first principles and also from Euler’s equation. boundary layer concept. 07 Hours UNIT-6 Flow through pipes : Minor losses through pipes. 06 Hours UNIT-7 Laminar flow and viscous effects : Reyonold’s number. 06 Hours UNIT-8 Flow past immersed bodies : Drag. V-Notch and rectangular notches. Bansal. Buckingham theorem. derived quantities. Fluid Mechanics. 3rd Ed. expression for lift and drag. R. dimensional homogeneity. velocity potential function and stream function. displacement. center of buoyancy. continuity equation in 2D and 3D (Carversian Co-ordinates only. Fluid Mechanics. Oijush. 06 Hours PART-B UNIT-5 Fluid Flow Measurements : Venturimeter. 22 . similitude. momentum and energy thickness. critical Reynold’s number. conditions of equilibrium of floating and submerged bodies.K. IRAM COCHEN. orificemeter. dimensions of physical quantities. Rayleigh’s method.Lakshmi Publications. pitot-tube. determination of Metacentric height experimentally and theoretically. Darey’s and Chezy’s equation for loss of head due to friction in pipes. types of similtudes. Introduction to compressible flow : Velocity of sound in a fluid. laminar flow through circular pipe-Hagen Poiseille’s equation.Kundu. laminar flow between parallel and stationary plates. 2. Dimensional Analysis : Introduction. 07 Hours Text Books: 1. Mach nuber. limitations of Bernoulli’s equation. Euler’s equation of motion. 2005. Kinematics: Types of fluid flow. dimensionless numbers. 07 Hours UNIT-4 Fluid Dynamics: Introduction equation of motion.K. Lift. HGL and TEL.

hardening and tempering of steel. John F. 4.I. 23 : : : 25 03 100 2. 3. Dye penetration testing. Magnetic crack detection (c). Non-destructive test experiments like. Fluid Mechanics. SG iron. 5th ed. Fatigue Test. Rockwell and Vickers’s Hardness test. Cengage learning METTALOGRAPHY & MATERIAL TESTING LAB Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MEL37A/10MEL47A IA Marks : 04 Exam Hours : 52 Exam Marks PART – A 1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering. . Elaine P. 2004 5. 2. 6. Kumar.S.Oimbala. 2006.D.. To study the defects of Cast and Welded specimens PART – B 1. 4. Identification of microstructures of plain carbon steel. Cengel John M. Kataria and Sons. Izod and Charpy Tests on M. Brinell. Dr. Heat treatment: Annealing. Fluid Mechanics -. C. non-ferrous and composite materials for different parameters. Janul and M. Fluid Mechanics (SI Units). Merle C. normalizing. Fluid Mechanics and hydraulics. Tata McGraw Hill.Gasiosek and john A. gray C. 2006 4. 2. 3.I Specimen. Hardness studies of heat-treated samples. shear and compression tests of metallic and non metallic specimens using Universal Testing Machine Torsion Test Bending Test on metallic and nonmetallic specimens. tool steel. 3. (a).. Potter.. Pearson Education Asia. 2nd Ed. Yunus A.Scott.Jagadishlal: Metropolitan Book Co-Ltd.. 1997. To study the wear characteristics of ferrous.S. Bronze & composites. Tensile.Reference Books: 1.Swaffield.Douglas. Ultrasonic flaw detection (b). Brass. 5. Preparation of specimen for Metallograpic examination of different engineering materials.

5. 3. Measurement of angle using Sine Center / Sine bar / bevel protractor Measurement of alignment using Autocollimator / Roller set Measurement of cutting tool forces using a) Lathe tool Dynamometer b) Drill tool Dynamometer. 8. Measurement of Screw thread Parameters using Two wire or Three-wire method. 5. 2. Measurements of Surface roughness. PART-B: METROLOGY Measurements using Optical Projector / Toolmaker Microscope. 3. 2. 7. 4. Scheme of Examination: ONE question from part -A: ONE question from part -B: Viva -Voice: 20 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks Total : 50 Marks 24 . Calibration of Pressure Gauge Calibration of Thermocouple Calibration of LVDT Calibration of Load cell Determination of modulus of elasticity of a mild steel specimen using strain gauges. 9.Scheme of Examination: ONE question from part -A: ONE question from part -B: Viva -Voice: 20 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks Total : 50 Marks MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS AND METROLOGY LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MEL37B/10MEL47B IA Marks : 03 Exam Hours : 42 Exam Marks PART-A: MECHANICAL MEASUREMENTS 1. Using Tally Surf/Mechanical Comparator Measurement of gear tooth profile using gear tooth vernier /Gear tooth micrometer Calibration of Micrometer using slip gauges Measurement using Optical Flats : : : 25 03 50 1. 4. 6.

Testing of Moulding sand and Core sand Preparation of sand specimens and conduction of the following tests: 1 Compression. 2 Permeability test 3 Core hardness & Mould hardness tests. : : : 25 03 50 3. Match plate pattern and Core boxes). Scheme of Examination: One question is to be set from Part-A: 10 marks One question is to be set from either Part-B or Part-C: 30 marks Calculation part in case of forging is made compulsory Calculation (Forging) Calculation (Forging) Viva-Voce Total + Foundry = 05 +25 = 30 Marks Model + Forging = 05 +25 = 30 Marks Model : : 10 marks. Preparation of moulds using two moulding boxes using patterns or without patterns. Preparation of one casting (Aluminum or cast iron-Demonstration only) PART – C Forging Operations : Calculation of length of the raw material required to do the model. Out of these three models. at least one model is to be prepared by using Power Hammer. Foundry Practice Use of foundry tools and other equipments. 4 Sieve Analysis to find Grain Finest number of Base Sand 5 Clay content determination in Base Sand PART – B 2. drawing and bending operations. (Split pattern. 50 Marks. 25 . Shear and Tensile tests on Universal Sand Testing Machine. Preparing minimum three forged models involving upsetting.FOUNDRY & FORGING LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MEL38A/10MEL48A IA Marks : 03 Exam Hours : 42 Exam Marks PART – A 1.

Internal Thread cutting and Eccentric turning. Step turning. Scheme of Examination: ONE question from part -A: ONE question from part -B: Viva -Voice: 30 Marks 10 Marks 10 Marks Total : 50 Marks 26 . Thread cutting. Facing. Cutting of Gear Teeth using Milling Machine. Taper turning. Drilling. Boring.MACHINE SHOP Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MEL38B/10MEL48B IA Marks : 03 Exam Hours : 42 Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 PART – A Preparation of three models on lathe involving Plain turning. PART – B Cutting of V Groove/ dovetail / Rectangular groove using a shaper. Knurling.

Orthogonal property of Bessel functions. Complex line integrals. Analytic functions-Cauchy-Riemann equations in cartesian and polar forms. [7 hours] Unit-IV: Complex variables – 2 Conformal Transformations: Bilinear Transformations.Cauchy’s theorem and Cauchy’s integral formula. stream functions. Series solution of Bessel’s differential equation leading to Bessel function of first kind. Runge-Kutta method of fourth-order. [6 hours] Unit-III: Complex variables – 1 Function of a complex variable.IV SEMESTER ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-IV Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10MAT41 : 04 : 52 PART-A Unit-I: NUMERICAL METHODS .1 Numerical solution of ordinary differential equations of first order and first degree. Milne’s and Adams . velocity potential.Bashforth predictor and corrector methods (No derivations of formulae). Taylor’s series method. Runge-kutta method of fourth-order. [7 hours] IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-B Unit-V: SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Solution of Laplace equation in cylindrical and spherical systems leading Bessel’s and Legendre’s differential equations. Properties of analytic functions. Application to flow problems. stream lines. [7 hours] 27 . Rodrigue’s formula. modified Euler’s method. equipotential lines. Series solution of Legendre’s differential equation leading to Legendre polynomials.complex potential. Numerical solution of second order ordinary differential equations: Picard’s method. w=z + (a2/z). w=ez. [6 hours] Unit-II: NUMERICAL METHODS – 2 Numerical solution of simultaneous first order ordinary differential equations: Picard’s method. Discussion of Transformations: w=z2. Picard’s method. Runge-Kutta method and Milne’s method.

[6 hours] Unit-VII: PROBABILITY THEORY. enthalpy of formation. Higher Engineering Mathematics. empherical and axiomatic definition. Engineering Mathematics. adiabatic flow temperature. Peter V.Publishers APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME43 : 04 : 52 PART-A Unit 1: Combustion thermodynamics: Theoretical (Stoichiometric) air and excess air for combustion of fuels. Grewal. Ramana. Exhaust gas analysis. Wiley Publications. Latest edition. confidence limits for means. student’s t-distribution. Reference Book: 1. A.V. multiplication law.Unit-VI: PROBABILITY THEORY . B. Exponential and normal distributions. Tata Mc. Chi -Square distribution as a test of goodness of fit [6 hours] Text Books: 1. Latest edition. O’Neil. Higher Engineering Mathematics. Graw Hill Publications. Erwin Kreyszig. probability density function. Latest edition. test of hypothesis for means. addition law. Combustion efficiency. cumulative density function. enthalpy and internal energy of combustion. Mass balance. standard error. 07 Hours 28 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 ./ F ratio. Probability distributions – Binomial and Poisson distributions.1 Probability of an event. 2. [7 hours] Unit-VIII: SAMPLING THEORY Sampling. probability associated with set theory. actual combustion.2 Random variables (discrete and continuous). Baye’s theorem. B. Energy balance for a chemical reaction. CENGAGE Learning India Pvt Ltd. Sampling distributions. conditional probability. Khanna Publishers 2. Advanced Engineering Mathematics.S.

Vapour absorption refrigeration system. Actual vapour power cycles. minimum work for compression. analysis for performance . 06 Hours Unit 4: Vapour Power Cycles: Carnot vapour power cycles. optimum intermediate pressure. heat balance.cooling. Comparison of Otto. 29 . reversed Carnot cycle. Analysis of open cycle gas turbine cycle. 07 Hours Unit 7 Refrigeration: Vapour compression refrigeration system . open and closed feed water heaters. Morse test. Dry bulb temperature. steam jet refrigeration. COP .S diagram. Effects of pressure and temperature on Rankine cycle performance. Otto. Adiabatic. Advantages and disadvantages of closed cycle. refrigerating effect. P-V and T-S diagrams. Diesel. description. 06 Hours Unit 8 Psychrometry: Atmospheric air and psychrometric properties. Methods to improve thermal efficiency. 06 Hours Unit 3: I. 07 Hours PART-B Unit 5: Reciprocating Compressors: Operation of a single stage reciprocating compressors. Engine: Testing of two stroke and four stroke SI and CI engines for performance Related numerical problems. Multistage compressor. inter. efficiencies and mean effective pressures. Diesel and dual cycles. Motoring Method. power required. Air cycle refrigeration. analysis. drawbacks as a reference cycle. dew point temperature. wet bulb temperature. Simple Rankine cycle.Unit 2: Gas power cycle: Air Standard cycles: Carnot. swinging field dynamometer. Dual and Stirling cycles. units of refrigeration. saving in work. capacity . Reheat Rankine cycle.C. work input through P-V diagram and steady state steady flow analysis. partial pressures. Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Refrigerants and their desirable properties. description. isothermal and mechanical efficiencies. description. Ideal and practical regenerative Rankine cycle. reversed Brayton cycle. 06 Hours Unit 6: Gas turbine and Jet propulsion: Classification of Gas turbines. comparison of Carnot and Rankine cycles. Jet propulsion and Rocket propulsion. Willian’s line method. T.

specific and relative humidifies and the relation between the two enthalpy and adiabatic saturation temperature. 2. Nag.Co. Pvt. Mechanism. Laroiya. Structure.J. Thermodynamics . 07 Hours UNIT 2: Mechanisms: Quick return motion mechanisms-Drag link mechanism. Fundamental of Classical Thermodynamics. Nijaguna. Birla Pub. Straight line motion mechanisms Peaucellier’s mechanism and Robert’s 30 . Ltd. B. An engineering approach. Co. Construction and use of psychrometric chart . 2008 Text Book 1. Laxmi Publication 3. kinematic pairs.. Sontang Wiley eastern. Properties of Refrigerant & Psychometric (tables & Charts in SI Units). 6th Ed.. S.S. Adiabatic mixing of moist air.T. Wadavadagi. Rajput. PHI. 2002.Boies. Applied Thermodynamics. dehumidifying and humidifying. Banwait. Degrees of freedom. cooling . Machine. Tata McGraw Hill Pub.K. Swati B. Cengel and Michael A. Basic and applied Thermodynamics. KINEMATICS OF MACHINES Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10ME44 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . Inversion. S. Dr. Analysis of various processes.E. 07 Hours Data Hand Book : 1. B.C. Kinematic Chains and Inversions: Inversions of Four bar chain..A UNIT 1: Introduction: Definitions Link or element. Venkahna. Van Wylen and R. Grubler’s criterion (without derivation). Summer and winter air conditioning. Yunus. Thermodynomic data hand book.2002 2. A.. Kinematic chain. 2nd Ed. 2010 Reference Books 1. G. Applied Thermodynamics. New Delhi. P. Dr. Tata McGraw Hill pub.K. heating. Mobility of Mechanism. 2. Delhi. Single slider crank chain and Double slider crank chain. Whitworth mechanism and Crank and slotted lever Mechanism.

Coriolis component of acceleration. 07 Hours UNIT 4: Velocity Analysis by Instantaneous Center Method: Definition. roller and flat-face follower. 07 Hours UNIT 7: Gear Trains: Simple gear trains. uniform acceleration and retardation and Cycloidal motion. Algebraic and tabular methods of finding velocity ratio of epicyclic gear trains. Intermittent Motion mechanisms -Geneva wheel mechanism and Ratchet and Pawl mechanism. Uniform velocity. Ackerman steering gear mechanism. (Use of complex algebra and vector algebra) 06 Hours UNIT 6: Spur Gears: Gear terminology. Angular velocity and angular acceleration of links. law of gearing. Epicyclic gear trains. helical. Contact ratio of spur. a common link. Displacement. Back lash. Interference in involute gears. Toggle mechanism. velocity of rubbing. Methods of avoiding interference. relative velocity and accelerations of coincident Particles on separate links. Disc cam with reciprocating follower having knife-edge. Follower motions including SHM. Tooth load and torque calculations in epicyclic gear trains. 06 Hours UNIT 3: Velocity and Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms (Graphical Methods) Velocity and acceleration analysis of Four Bar mechanism.B UNIT 5: Velocity and Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms (Analytical Methods): Analysis of four bar chain and slider crank chain using analytical expressions. reduction. Compound gear trains for large speed. 06 Hours PART . Characteristics of involute action. Disc cam with oscillating roller follower.mechanism. slider crank mechanism and Simple Mechanisms by vector polygons: Relative velocity and acceleration of particles . bevel and worm gears. Types of followers. Kennedy’s Theorem. Velocity and. Determination of linear and angular velocity using instantaneous center method Klein’s Construction: Analysis of velocity and acceleration of single slider crank mechanism. Comparison of involute and cycloidal teeth. 07 Hours UNIT 8: Cams: Types of cams. Path of contact. 06 Hours 31 . Profile Modification. Arc of contact. Acceleration time curves for cam profiles.

Pennock. Ltd. 2nd Edi. the upper atmosphere. Pearson Education (Singapore) Pvt. aircraft materials. Lagrange’s equation.R. 2. Differential equations. J. 2. aircraft structures and aircraft propulsion over the years. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. New Delhi. Biplanes and Monoplanes. Sadhu Singh. ELEMENTS OF AERONAUTICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE45 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1 06 Hrs Historical Developments in Aeronautical Activities: Early air vehicles: Balloons. PHI. . Helicopters..E. 06 Hrs Aircraft Configurations: Different types of flight vehicles and their classifications. Components of fixed wing airplane and their functions. Kepler’s Laws of planetary motion 32 . wings and other shapes Unit 3 08 Hrs Principles of Atmospheric Flight: Physical properties and structure of the atmosphere: The Standard Atmosphere. Mach number.Text Books: 1. Pressure and Altitude relationships. Mechanism and Machine theory. “Theory of Machines”. Airfoils. J. Unit 4 06 Hrs Introduction to Space Flight: Introduction to basic concepts. G. 2007 Graphical Solutions may be obtained either on the Graph Sheets or on the Answer Book itself. 2009. OXFORD 3rd Ed. Shigley. “Theory of Machines & Mechanisms”. Orbit equation.J. Evolution of theory of lift and drag. Maneuvers. “Theory of Machines”. Indian Branch New Delhi. Temperature. Uicker.S. Developments in aerodynamics. 2006 Reference Books: 1. Concepts of stability and control. Space vehicle trajectories-some basic concepts. Rattan S. Ambekar. and 3rd edition -2009.

A. 2006 Reference: 1.. Anderson.PART B Unit 5 06 Hrs Aircraft Structures and Aircraft Materials: General types of construction. and Fuel System. Principles of operation of rocket. O. Macmillan / McGraw Hill. Michael J and Rardon. Unit 7 06 Hrs Aircraft Systems: Mechanical Description of different airplane systems and their components: Hydraulics. LPE. Comparative merits. Aircraft Instruments. Kermode. Unit 8 Aircraft Systems: Electrical 06 Hrs Flight Control System. P. A. choosing at least TWO questions from Part A and TWO questions from Part B. Students have to answer any FIVE FULL QUESTIONS out of EIGHT questions. 2. (Revised by RH Bernard & Dr Philpott). 1995 2.. Unit 6 08 Hrs Aircraft Power Plants : Basic ideas about piston.C. 7thEdition. turboprop and jet engines. James R “Introduction to Aircraft Basic Science”. Text Books: 1. 33 . Aircraft Electrical System. 3. Communication System. J. Environmental Control System. Sharma: Fundamentals of Flight Vol-I to VolIV Himalayan Books. 1997. Pneumatic. 1993. Use of propeller and jets for thrust production.C. Scheme of Examination: One Question is to be set from each unit. 2005. Lalit Gupta and Dr. Exploration into space. “Mechanics of Flight”. Oxygen System. Metallic and non-metallic materials for aircraft application. Navigation System. monocoque.D. “Introduction to Flight”. Kroes. McGraw-Hill. semi-monocoque and geodesic construction. typical wing and fuselage structure. McGraw-Hill. Pearson Education. types of rockets and typical applications. Kermode.. “Flight without Formulae”.

Functions of an Entrepreneur.nature and characteristics of Management. Concept of Entrepreneurship .an emerging. Class. Types of Entrepreneur. art of profession .5 ENTREPRENEUR: Meaning of Entrepreneur.2 PLANNING: Nature.Essentials of a sound control system . 6 Hours UNIT .Roles of Management.Types of organization .Hierarchy of plans. meaning and importance and Techniques of Co Ordination. Meaning and steps in controlling . importance and purpose of planning process Objectives .Types of plans (Meaning Only) .Span of control .1 MANAGEMENT: Introduction . Entrepreneur . Motivation Theories. Stages in entrepreneurial process. 6 Hours UNIT . Development of Entrepreneurship. and responsibility .Departmentation CommitteesCentralization Vs Decentralization of authority. Role of 34 .Methods of establishing control (in brief): 7 Hours : : : 25 03 100 PART-B ENTREPRENEURSHIP UNIT . Levels of Management.Management as a science. Evolution of .coordination.4 DIRECTING & CONTROLLING: Meaning and nature of directing Leadership styles. Communication .Evolution of Entrepreneurship.3 ORGANIZING AND STAFFING: Nature and purpose of organization Principles of organization . Development of Management Thought early management approaches .Modem management approaches.the Concept.MBO and MBE (Meaning Only) Nature and importance of staffing— :Process of Selection & Recruitment (in brief).V SEMESTER MANAGEMENT & ENTREPRENEURSHIP Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AL51 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks PART – A MANAGEMENT UNIT .Meaning .Decision making Importance of planning steps in planning & planning premises . Scope and Functional areas of management .Meaning and importance . 7 Hours UNIT .Management & Administration .

Project Appraisal. Identification of business opportunities: Market Feasibility Study. Functions. Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development & Management Vasant Desai . KSFC. Need and Significance of Report.Khanka . Entrepreneurship in India. Need and rationale. Guidelines by Planning Commission for Project report. Project Identification. 2. NSIC. Advantages of SSI Steps to start and SSI .7 INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT: Different Schemes.S. Government Support for SSI during 5 year plans. SIDBI. Skill Development . 6 Hours UNIT – 6 SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: Definition.Stephen Robbins .Concepts. Contents. Meaning. Characteristics. KIADB. Nature of support. KSSIDC.17th Edition. Scope. KSIMC. Entrepreneurship .8 PREPARATION OF PROJECT: Meaning of Project. C.S. Entrepreneurship Development – Poornima.Robers Lusier . Principles of Management – P. Globalization on SSI Effect of WTO/GA TT Supporting Agencies of Government for SSI. Charantimath Small Business Enterprises .Tripathi. Reddy – Tata McGraw Hill. Objectives. DIC Single Window Agency.Pearson Education . Project Report. Management .N. Network Analysis. role of SSI in Economic Development. Management Fundamentals . Reference Books: 1.Pearson Education/PHI .2006 (2 & 4). Technical Feasibility Study. SISI. Types of Help. P. Ancillary Industry and Tiny Industry (Definition Only) 7 Hours UNIT . Project Selection.Himalaya Publishing House 3. 35 . TECKSOK. 2003.Thomson 2. Formulation. 7 Hours UNIT . Financial Feasibility Study & Social Feasibility Study. Impact of Liberalization.Government policy towards SSI.its Barriers. Objectives. Errors of Project Report. 7 Hours Text Books: 1. 3.S. Entrepreneurship Development . Different Policies of SSI. M.Chand & Co. Privatization. Application.entrepreneurs in Economic Development.

recreational and Sports equipment. Matrix materials Unit 2. fabrication equipment.hand lay up techniques structural laminate bag molding. drilling. 06 Hrs Macro-Mechanical Behavior of a Lamina: Stress-strain relation for an orthotropic lamina. Space hardware. fabricating process . 06 Hrs Fiber Reinforced Plastic Processing: Lay up and curing. mechanical fasteners and adhesive bonding. missiles. Unit 4. 06 Hrs Introduction To Composite Materials: Definition. and closed mould process . Automobile. PART B Unit 5. injection.Restriction on elastic constantsStrengths of an orthotropic lamina and Failure theories for an orthotropic lamina. transformation of coordinates. marine. 08 Hrs Advanced Processing Techniques and Application Of Composites: Filament winding. Electrical and electronics. 06 Hrs Micro-Mechanical Behavior of a Lamina: Determination of elastic constants-Rule of mixtures. injection molding. 06 Hrs Fabrication Of Composite Structures: Cutting.INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITE MATERIALS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE52 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1.forming. classification and characteristics of composite materials – fibrous composites. laminated. 36 . Aircrafts. Unit 3. pulforming. computer-aided design and manufacturing. thermo . production procedures for bag molding. pultrusion. liquid molding. Unit 6. blow molding. micro-mechanics based analysis and experimental determination of material constants. future potential of composites. tooling. machining.

1984 2. principle of virtual work. DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE53 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. V15. Inertia force. Mechanics of composites by Artar Kaw. Text Books: 1. Meing Schwaitz. Equilibrium of two and three force members. 4. 06 Hrs Macro-Mechanical Behavior of a Laminate: Classical plate theory. “Composite materials hand book”. 1975 Reference: 1. 1988. K.K Chawla.Resultant forces and moments. 37 . characteristics and selection of base metals. New York. Unit 2. P327 338. R M Jones. ASM handbook. 1998 2. Cambridge University Press. Forming Metal handbook.Stress and strain variation in a laminate. 06 Hrs Static Force Analysis: Static force analysis: Introduction: Static equilibrium. McGraw Hill Book Company. Hull and Clyne. types. Application ofMMC’s.Strength analysis of a laminate Unit 8.A B & D matrices. inertia torque. Composites Science and Engineering. Springer Verlag. 3. 06 Hrs Dynamic Force Analysis: D’Alembert’s principle. “ Mechanics of Composite Materials”. Metal Matrix Composites: 08 Hrs Reinforcement materials. CRC Press. Introduction to Composite materials. 2nd Edition. 1990. Static force analysis of four bar mechanism and slider-crank mechanism with and without friction. Free body diagrams. Members with two forces and torque. 9th edition. 2002. McGraw-Hill.Unit 7.

Theory of Machines: Sadhu Singh. aeroplane. Balancing of several rotating masses by balancing masses in same plane and in different planes. Unit 8.. PART B Unit 5. Theory of Machines: Rattan S. Text Books: 1. Effect of gyroscopic couple on ship.Dynamic force analysis of four-bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism. effort and power Unit 7. Belt drives: Flat belt drives. New Delhi. 06 Hrs Gyroscope: Vectorial representation of angular motion. Turning moment diagrams and flywheels. Pearson Education. ratio of belt tensions. 2nd edition. isochronism. Unit 4. Unit 3. stability. Controlling force. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 2. Unit 6. Balancing of single rotating mass by balancing masses in same plane and in different planes. Determination of size of flywheels. 06 Hrs Governors: Types of governors. 08 Hrs Friction and Belt Drives: Definitions: Types of friction: laws of friction. 2nd Edition. single cylinder engine. plane disc. 2007. Fluctuation of Energy. Radial engine – Direct and reverse crank method. V-type engine. sensitiveness. 2006. stability of two wheelers and four wheelers.S. power transmitted. balancing in multi cylinder-inline engine primary & Secondary forces. Gyroscopic couple. Friction in pivot and collar bearings. Dynamically equivalent systems. 08 Hrs Balancing of Reciprocating Masses: Inertia effect of crank and connecting rod. centrifugal tension. Undercutting in Cams. force analysis of Porter and Hartnell governors. 06 Hrs Analysis of CAMS: Analysis of Tangent cam with roller follower and Circular arc cam operating flat faced and roller followers. 38 . 06 Hrs Balancing of Rotating Masses: Static and dynamic balancing.

McGraw Hill. condition on velocity 39 . AERODYNAMICS – I Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE54 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Norton. typical airfoil aerodynamic characteristics at low speeds. Mach number regimes. control volume approach to continuity and momentum equations. Dynamics of machinery by J. velocity potential and relationship between them. Design of Machinery by Robert L. Airfoil Characteristics Fundamental aerodynamic variables. centre of pressure. 3. 6 Hrs. Unit 4. K. pathlines. momentum and energy equation. Description of Fluid Motion Euler and Lagrangian descriptions. 2001. Murthy. inviscid and viscous flows. Review of Basic Fluid Mechanics Continuity. 4 Hrs. B. S. CBS Publication 1984. Scheme of examination: One Question to be set from each unit. aerodynamic forces and moments. pressure coefficient. calculation of airfoil lift and drag from measured surface pressure distributions. Chennai. Unit 2. Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery by J. circulation. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. pitot-tube measurement of airspeed. L. 6 Hrs. Das & P. streamlines and streaklines.Reference: 1. compressibility. Srinivas. angular velocity. 2002. airfoil section geometry and wing planform geometry. Unit 3. 2. Scitech Publications. vorticity. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. units and dimensions. 4. Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan. 10 Hrs Two-Dimensional Inviscid Incompressible Flows Bernoulli’s equation. stream function.

J J. Kutta condition.. transonic and supersonic wind tunnels. Jr. References : 1.D. Classical thin airfoil theory for symmetric and cambered airfoils. smoke and tuft flow visualization techniques. PART B Unit 5. New York.L and Carpenter P. Two-dimensional source. Anderson. Unit 7. 1966 40 .”Low Speed Wind Tunnel testing”. 06 Hrs Incompressible Flow Over Airfoils Kelvin’s circulation theorem and the starting vortex.for incompressible flow. open and closed circuit wind tunnels. non-lifting flow over a twodimensional circular cylinder and vortex flow.W. incompressible flow. (4th Edition). 1993. John Wiley Inc.. Kutta-Joukowski theorem and generation of lift. (Special Indian Edition). 2. Lifting flow over a two-dimensionalcircular cylinder. “Fundamentals of Aerodynamics”. 2007. Eulers equations of motion. Houghton E. total drag determination of two-dimensional bodies using wake survey at low speeds. Pressure and Aerodynamic load measurements on a model. momentum thickness and wall skin friction. boundary layer concept. Laplace equation and boundary conditions. 06 Hrs Introduction to Viscous Flows Navier-Stokes equations. Ltd. Pope A. and Harper. and Major features of low speed. 06 Hrs Flow Over Circular Cylinders Non-lifting flow over a two-dimensional circular cylinder. Tata McGrawHill Publishing Co. CBS Publications and Distributors. Unit 8. New Delhi. viscous flow over two-dimensional streamlined and bluff bodies and drag characteristics. 08 Hrs Introduction to Aerodynamic Testing Principles of wind tunnel flow simulation. sink and doublet flows. Governing equations for irrotational. Unit 6. Text Books 1. “Aerodynamics for Engineering Students. displacement. vortex sheet. D’Alembert’s paradox. aspects of boundary layer separation and airfoil stall. J.

Unit 3. convection. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Edward Arnold Printers Ltd. Types of power plants. Jr. H. London. 3. (Special Indian Edition). Duncan WJ. Principles of aircraft propulsion.. 1965 Scheme of examination: One Question to be set from each unit. Ltd. “Boundary Layer Theory” Mc Graw Hill. ”Mechanics of Fluids”. John Wiley & Sons Inc. “Introduction to Flight”. turbofan and turbojet – Performance characteristics. conduction. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. velocity and temperature changes of air entering compressor – Methods of thrust augmentation – Characteristics of turboprop. “High Speed Wind Tunnel Testing”. Schlichting. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Anderson. 1981 5. Pope A. Second Edition. 2004 4. 07 Hrs Subsonic and Supersonic Inlets for Jet Engines Internal flow and Stall in subsonic inlets – Boundary layer separation – Major features of external flow near a subsonic inlet – Relation between minimum area ratio and eternal deceleration ratio – Diffuser performance – Supersonic inlets – Starting problem on supersonic inlets – Shock swallowing by area variation – External declaration – Models of inlet operation.2. KL. New York. Thom AS and Young AD. 41 .D. 06 Hrs Introduction Introduction: Review of thermodynamic principles. radiation. J.. 07 Hrs Fundamentals of Gas Turbine Engines Illustration of working of gas turbine engine – The thrust equation – Factors affecting thrust – Effect of pressure. AIRCRAFT PROPULSION Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE55 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Unit 2. New York. diffusion mass transfer basic concepts and governing equations. New Delhi. 2007. and Goin. Basics of heat transfer.

Unit 4. 06 Hrs Combustion Chambers and Nozzles Classification of combustion chambers – Important factors affecting combustion chamber design – Combustion process – Combustion chamber performance – Effect of operating variables on performance – Flame tube cooling – Flame stabilization – Use of flame holders – .Theory of flow in isentropic nozzles – Convergent nozzles and nozzle choking – Nozzle throat conditions – Nozzle efficiency – Losses in nozzles – Over expanded and under – expanded nozzles – Ejector and variable area nozzles – Interaction of nozzle flow with adjacent surfaces – Thrust reversal.

PART B Unit 5. 07 Hrs Compressors Principle of operation of centrifugal compressor – Work done and pressure rise – Velocity diagrams – Diffuser vane design considerations – Concept of prewhirl – Rotation stall – Elementary theory of axial flow compressor – Velocity triangles – degree of reaction – Three dimensional – Air angle distributions for free vortex and constant reaction designs – Compressor blade design – Centrifugal and Axial compressor performance characteristics. Unit 6. 07 Hrs Intoduction to Turbines: Types of turbines-Operating Priciple-Design consideration – Velocity triangles – degree of reaction -performance parameters – Basics of blade design principles Unit 7. 06 Hrs Ramjet Propulsion: Operating principle – Sub critical, critical and supercritical operation – Combustion in ramjet engine – Ramjet performance – Sample ramjet design calculations – Introduction to scramjet – Preliminary concepts in supersonic combustion – Integral ram- rocket Unit 8. 06 Hrs Fundamentals of Rocket Propulsion Types and Classification of rockets Operating principle – Specific impulse of a rocket – Rocket nozzle classification – Rocket performance considerations Text Books 1. V. Ganesan, “ Gas Turbine”, Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd., 1996 2. Hill, P.G. & Peterson, C.R. “Mechanics & Thermodynamics of Propulsion” Addison – Wesley Longman INC, 1999. 42

References 1. Cohen, H. Rogers, G.F.C. and Saravanamuttoo, H.I.H. “Gas Turbine Theory”, Longman, 2. 1989. 3. Oates, G.C., “Aero thermodynamics of Aircraft Engine Components”, AIAA Education Series, New York, 1985. 4. “Rolls Royce Jet Engine” – Third Edition – 1983. 5. Mathur, M.L. and Sharma, R.P., “Gas Turbine, Jet and Rocket Propulsion”, Standard Publishers & Distributors, Delhi, 1999. 6. Sutton, G.P., “Rocket Propulsion Elements”, John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, 5th Edn., 1993. 7. Heat & mass transfer by Domkundwar Scheme of examination: One Question to be set from each unit. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions, choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.

Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE56 : 04 : 52 PART A Unit 1. 06 Hrs Loads On Aircraft Structural nomenclature – Types of loads – load factor – Aerodynamics loads – Symmetric manoeuvre loads – Velocity diagram – Function of structural components. Unit 2. 06 Hrs Materials for Aircraft Structures Metallic and non-metallic materials, Use of Aluminium alloy, titanium, stainless steel and composite materials. Desirable properties for aircraft application Unit 3. 06 Hrs Mechanical Properties of Material Stress – Strain - Tensile properties – Compression properties – Shear properties – Bearing properties – Creep and Stress properties – Fracture properties –Fatigue properties. 43 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100

Unit 4 08 Hrs Statically Determinate And Interdeterminate Structures Analysis of plane truss – Method of joints – 3 D Truss - Plane frames, Composite beam - Clapeyron’s Three Moment Equation - Moment Distribution Method. . PART B Unit 5. 06 Hrs Energy Methods Strain Energy due to axial, bending and Torsional loads - Castigliano’s theorem Maxwell’s Reciprocal theorem, Unit load method - application to beams, trusses, frames, rings, etc. Unit 6. 06 Hrs Columns Columns with various end conditions – Euler’s Column curve – Rankine’s formula - Column with initial curvature - Eccentric loading – South well plot – Beam column. Unit 7. 08 Hrs Theory of Elasticity Concept of stress and strain, derivation of Equilibrium equations, straindisplacement relation, compatibility conditions and boundary conditions. Plane stress and Plane strain problems in 2D elasticity and Airy’s Stress function Unit 8. 06 Hrs Failure Theory Maximum Stress theory – Maximum Strain Theory – Maximum Shear Stress Theory – Distortion Theory – Maximum Strain energy theory – Application to aircraft Structural problems. Text Book 1. Mechanics of Materials, Dr.BC Punmia, Ashoak Kumar Jain, Arun Kumar Jain, Lakshmi Publication 2. Megson, T.M.G., “Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students”, Edward Arnold, 1995. 3. Timoshenko and Goodier,” Theory of Elasticity’ Mc Graw Hill Co. Reference 1. Donaldson, B.K., “Analysis of Aircraft Structures – An Introduction”, McGraw-Hill, 1993. 2. Timoshenko, S., “Strength of Materials”, Vol. I and II, Princeton D. Von Nostrand Co, 1990 44

Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. 6. 7. Calibration of a subsonic wind tunnel 2. Surface pressure distributions on a two-dimensional cambered airfoil at different angles of incidence and calculation of lift and pressure drag. 3. 9. 45 .Scheme of Examination: One Question to be set from each unit. Tuft flow visualization on a wing model at different angles of incidence at low speeds: identify zones of attached and separated flows. Smoke flow visualization studies on a two dimensional airfoil at different angles of incidence at low speeds 4. 10. AERODYNAMICS LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL57 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Smoke flow visualization studies on a two-dimensional circular cylinder at low speeds. Surface pressure distributions on a two-dimensional circular cylinder at low speeds and calculation of pressure drag. Measurement of a typical boundary layer velocity profile on the tunnel wall (at low speeds) using a pitot probe and calculation of boundary layer displacement and momentum thickness. 8. Calculation of total drag of a two-dimensional circular cylinder at low speeds using pitot-static probe wake survey. 5. Calculation of total drag of a two-dimensional cambered airfoil at low speeds at incidence using pitot-static probe wake survey. choosing at least TWO questions from Part A and TWO questions from Part B. Surface pressure distributions on a two-dimensional symmetric airfoil at zero incidences at low speeds.

C. Determination of Viscosity of lubricating oil using Redwood. Calculations of IP. PART – B (Group Experiments) 21 Hrs 1. Use of planimeter. Engines. Saybolt Viscometer and Torsion viscometers. Thermal efficiencies. Valve Timing/port opening diagram of an I.ENERGY CONVERSION LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL58 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 PART – A (Individual Experiments) 21 Hrs 1. Determination of Calorific value of solid. Determination of Flash point and Fire point of lubricating oil using Abel Pensky and Pensky Martins Apparatus. 2. liquid and gaseous fuels 3. 4. FP. heat balance sheet for (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Four stroke Diesel Engine Four stroke Petrol Engine Multi-cylinder Diesel/Petrol Engine. BP. Engine 46 . SFC.C. Performance Tests on I. engine (4 stroke/ 2stroke). 5.C. (Morse test) Two stroke Petrol Engine Variable Compression Ratio I.

Oblique Shocks and Expansion Waves Governing Equations of Normal Shock Wave. 06Hrs Fanno Flow Flow with friction in constant area duct. Flow through nozzles and diffusers Unit 2. reference velocities. Unit 3. 07 Hrs Normal. Slope of Rayleigh line. temperature. 07 Hrs Differential Equations of Motion for Steady Compressible Flows Basic potential equations for compressible flow. adiabatic energy equation. Detached shocks. Fanno equation. Mass flow rate. Methods for solution of nonlinear potential equation -Introduction. Friction parameter. Energy Equation. Heating relations for a perfect gas. 07 Hrs Basics of Compressible Flow Basics of thermodynamics-definition and basic relation. 47 . Unit 4. Local flow properties in terms of local Mach number. Prandtl relation and Rankine Hugoniot equation. Linearisation of potential equationsmall perturbation theory. Oblique shocks and corresponding relations. Pressure coefficient expression. PART B Unit 5. Shock polar & Hodograph plane. 06 Hrs Rayleigh Flow Flow with heating or cooling in ducts. Impulse function. Entropy considerations. Maximum heat transfer. stagnation pressure. Effect of Mach number on Compressibility. Definition of friction constant. Governing equations. Intersection of waves of same and opposite families. Effect of wall friction on flow properties. Bernoulli’s equation. Boundary conditions. Supersonic flow over a wedge. Fanno lines. Isentropic flow with variable area-Area ratio as a function of Mach number. Mach reflection.For flow and non-flow process. density. Supersonic compression and supersonic expansion.VI SEMESTER APPLIED GAS DYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE61 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Friction loss.

Unit 8. “Gas Dynamics”. 2. Velocity measurements. Aerodynamic characteristics for actual and transformed bodies. Prentice Hall of India. Radhakrishnan.. 06 Hrs Flow of Real Fluids.Saphiro. E. Mach zender interferometer. Shock Wave – Boundary layer interaction. 3. Reference Books: 1. Ascher. 07 Hrs Measurements in Compressible Flow Types of Wind tunnel.W. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.source of aerodynamic force-lift. Ronald Press. 06 Hrs Similarity Rules Two-dimensional linearized flow. Optical methods of flow visualization-shadow technique. drag and moment coefficient with 48 . The standard atmosphere. Nature of pressure distribution. AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE62 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Schileren technique. Experimental characteristics of airfoils in compressible flow. 2003. drag and moments. VonKarman rule for transonic flow. 06 Hrs Introduction: The evolution of the airplane and the performance. John D Anderson. Text Books: 1. Liepmann and A.M.1953. Application to wings of finite span. Wind tunnel Instrumentation and measurements-Pressure. Temperature.Roshko. Yahya. Unit 7. Flow rate. “Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Compressible fluid flow”.. The Drag polar. Mc Graw Hill 1999.1995 edition. aerodynamic coefficients-Variation of lift. 2.Glauert rule and Gotherts rule. “Fundamentals of Compressible flow”. “Elements of Gas Dynamics” Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. H.a short history. S. “Modern Compressible Flow”. Prandtl . Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Wiley Eastern.H. Hot-wire anemometer.Unit 6.

Quantitative formulation. Aerodynamic relations associated with lift-to-drag ratio. Unit 4. Equation for Range and Endurance. High lift deices. Thrust available and maximum velocity. Jet Airplane: Physical consideration. and lift-to – drag ratio. Balanced field length 49 . Quantitative formulation. thrust available and thrust required. Thrust available and thrust required curves. Variation of thrust. Conditions for power required and thrust required minimum. Conditions for maximum range and endurance. Unit 3. Drag polar. Power available and maximum velocity. Calculation of distance while airborne to clear obstacle. Performance of airplane in level flight. Effect of head wind tail wind Unit 6.angle of attack and Mach number Components of drag. 07 Hrs The Equations of Motion Steady Unaccelerated Flight: Introduction. Climb & Glide: Equation of motion for steady level flight. 07 Hrs Range And Endurance: Propeller driven Airplane: Physical consideration. Breguet equation for Range and Endurance. Conditions for maximum range and endurance. Minimum velocity: Stall and High lift devices.graphical and analytical approach -Absolute ceiling. maximum climb angle and rate of climb Gliding flight. 06 Hrs Fundamental Airplane Performance Parameters: The fundamental Parameters: Thrust – to – weight ratio. power and SFC with velocity and altitudes for air breathing engines. minimum rate of sink and shallowest angle of glide. climb performance graph (hodograph diagram). Unit 2. Service ceiling. Altitude effects on power available and power required. Power available and power required curves. Climb Performance: Equation of motion for Rate of climb. Time to climb – graphical and analytical approach . General equation of motion. 07 Hrs Steady Performance – Level Flight. Range during glide. Equilibrium conditions. 06 Hrs Aircraft Performance In Accelerated Flight Take-off Performance: Calculation of Ground roll. Maximum speed in level flight. Wing loading.. PART B Unit 5. Aerodynamic center. Four forces of flight. Nature of stall – flow separation.

source panel method. 1988. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Text Books: 1.. Aerospace Science/ Technology Editions. New York. vortex panel method. Barnes W. lifting flows over arbitrary bodies. Inc. 1999 2. “Introduction to flight” McGraw-Hill International Editions. Calculation of ground roll. turn radius). Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. C. Aerospace Science/ Technology Editions. Pull-up and Pull-down maneuvers: (Turning rate. and Flight Mechanics‘. “Airplane Performance stability and Control”. John Wiley Son Inc. Perkins. Introduction To Two-Dimensional Panel Methods Non-lifting flows over arbitrary bodies. ‘ Aerodynamics. Anderson. 06 Hrs Landing Performance and Accelerated Climb: Calculation of approach distance. Constraints on load factor. 06 Hrs. The V-n diagram. 1995. Maximum turn rate. Jr. Jr. Unit 8. some examples 50 .D. Calculation of flare distance. and Hage. McGraw-Hill International Editions. R. Acceleration in climb. load factor. 2. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B AERODYNAMICS – II Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE63 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Anderson. Minimum turn radius. John D. John D.Unit 7.E. Limitations of pull up and push over. 2000 References 1. John Wiley & Sons. 07 Hrs Manouver Performance: Turning performance: Level turn. McCormick.. Limiting case for large load factor. Aeronautics. “ Aircraft Performance and Design”. ground effects..

influence of downwash on tail plane. leading-edge slats and typical high . flaps. Expansion fan. 08 Hrs. Normal shock waves. 06 Hrs. Unit 6. the Biot-Savart Law. Prandtl – Meyer expansion.lift characteristics. Integral method. cylindrical coordinates. Subsonic linearized flow over airfoils Full velocity potential equation. qualitative features of boundary layer flow under pressure gradients. Viscous Flows Derivation of Navier-Stokes equation for two-dimensional flows. pressure coefficient. Blasius solution. ground effects. 06 Hrs. Oblique shock waves. 06 Hrs. boundary conditions. turbulent boundary layer properties over a flat plate at low speeds. Dragdivergence Mach number. Subsonic and Supersonic leading edges. Incompressible Flows Over Finite Wings Downwash. Prandtl’s lifting line theory and its limitations. pressure coefficient. formation flight. PART B Unit 5. Mach waves. Induced drag. Bodies Of Revolution Introduction to slender body theory. Subsonic flow past a axially symmetric body at zero incidence and solution for a slender cone. Applications Of Finite Wing Theory Simplified horse-shoe vortex model. Critical Mach number. Unit 4. Unit 7. Sound Barrier. Elliptic lift distribution. 08 Hrs. laminar boundary equations and boundary conditions. Unit 3.. typical aerodynamic characteristics. Transonic area rule. Swept Wings And High-Lift Systems Introduction to sweep effects. 06 Hrs. aspects of transition to turbulence. Prandtl-Glauret compressibility correction. 51 . Effects Of Compressibility Basics of speed of sound. Introduction to high-lift systems. vortex filament. boundary approximations. Unit 8.Unit 2. linearized velocity potential equation and boundary condition. 06 Hrs. swept wings.

New York. Houghton E.8 1993. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. J. CBS Publications and Distributors. “Aerodynamics for Engineering Students”. “Elements of Gas Dynamics” 3. “Introduction to Flight”..L and Carpenter P. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. White. 2007. Jr. New Delhi.W.. 2. “Fundamentals of Aerodynamics”. 2002. (4th Edition). Plane stress.W. mechanical and thermal 52 . 08 Hrs. Simple applications in structural Analysis. Background Review: Stresses and Equilibrium. 2007. Use of local and natural coordinates.sub domains and nodes .Roshko. Construction of shape functions for bar element and beam element Unit 3 06 Hrs Analysis of Discrete Elements: Bar elements. Jr. Ltd. New York 2004 Reference: 1. Anderson..D. Galerkin’s Method. Plane strain. “Boundary layer theory”. Schlichting. FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE64 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 4.Ritz Method. Bertin. uniform section. F. Pearson Education Inc. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Liepmann and A. 2. 1986 3. compatibility and convergence requirements of shape functions. New Delhi. Rayleigh . “Aerodynamics for Engineers”. “ Fluid Mechanics”.simple elements for the FEM .D. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. (Special Indian Edition). H. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. McGraw Hill.Simplex. Potential energy and Equilibrium. Construction or discrete models . (Special Indian Edition).Text Books: 1. Ltd. John J. Mc Graw Hill Inc. H. Introduction: Basic Concepts. uniform bar elements.M. J. Anderson... complex and multiples elements Polynomial selection -illustrative examples Unit 2 06 Hrs Fundamentals of Finite Element Method: Elements and shape functions and natural coordinates.

Beam element. 2. Hexahedral elements: Serendipity family. New Delhi 53 . Ltd. Eight-Noded Hexahedral Element (HEXA 8). different types of higher order elements. “Finite Elements in engineering”.“Finite Element Procedures”. Text Books: 1. Unit 7 06 Hrs Axisymmetric solids subjected to axisymmetric loading: Axisymmetric formulation. Element mass matrices. pre and post processing. Tata McGraw Hill Co. description of different modules. finite element modeling of triangular and quadrilateral element Unit 8 08 Hrs Field Problems: Heat transfer problems. problems for various loadings and boundary conditions. 2007.“Finite element analysis in engineering design”. structure of computer program for FEM analysis. Ltd. Unit 4 06 Hrs Analysis of Two dimensional Elements: Shape functions of Triangular.loading. constant and linear strain triangular elements. 1D heat conduction governing equation. C. sub parametric and super-parametric elements. S . KJ .“Finite Element analysis . R. Derivation of element matrices for two dimensional problems. Tetrahedral elements. characteristics of Isoparametric quadrilateral elements. Chandrupatla T. Frame element. Hexahedral elements: Lagrange family.Theory and Programming”. Dynamic consideration. Bathe. Bhavikatti. truss analysis.. Unit 6 06 Hrs Theory of Isoparametric Elements: Isoparametric.S. Wheeler Publishers 2. PHI Pvt. Rajasekharan. New Age International Reference Books: 1. Steady state fin problems. Finite element Analysis. PHI. stiffness matrix PART B Unit 5 06 Hrs Analysis of Three dimensional elements: Four-Noded Tetrahedral Element (TET 4).Formulation-Hamilton’s principle. New Delhi 3.2nd Edition. varying section. Rectangular and Quadrilateral elements.. Krishnamurthy .

steady state solution with viscous damping due to harmonic force.M. S. reciprocating and rotating unbalance.“The Finite Element Method”. O. “Finite Elements Method in Engineering”. Elsevier. Unit 2 07 Hrs Undamped Free Vibrations Single degree of freedom systems. . transmissibility ratio. PART B Unit 5 06 Hrs Vibration Measuring Instruments & Whirling Of Shafts Vibration of elastic bodies – Vibration of strings – Longitudinal. New Delhi 5. study of response of viscous damped systems for cases of under damping. Beats.4th Edition. Single degree of freedom systems. S. Ltd. lateral and torsional Vibrations 54 . Undamped free vibration. Fourier theorem and simple problems. vibration isolation. 2006 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set.H.4. critical and over damping. THEORY OF VIBRATIONS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE65 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1 06 Hrs Introduction Types of vibrations. concept of critical damping and its importance. Spring and Mass elements. Solution by Complex algebra. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Logarithmic decrement.natural frequency of free vibration. Compound Pendulum. principle of super position applied to Simple Harmonic Motions. Unit 3 07 Hrs Damped Free Vibrations Single degree of freedom systems. Rao S. different types of damping. due to harmonic exitation and support motion. Zienkiewicz. effect of mass of spring. Tata McGraw Hill Co. Unit 4 06 Hrs Forced Vibration .C. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.

longitudinal vibration of rods. Free vibration in terms of initial conditions. 3rd edition. vibration of string. 08 Hrs Systems With Two Degrees Of Freedom Introduction. Stodola method. Unit 7 06 Hrs Continuous Systems Introduction. 2007. Gupta. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 2007. principle modes and Normal modes of vibration. Rao. Dhanpat Rai & Company Pvt. Text Books: 1.T. Tata McGraw Hill.P. 2. Theory of Vibration with Applications: W. Method of matrix iteration-Method of determination of all the natural frequencies using sweeping matrix and Orthogonality principle. 4th Edition.S. Thomson and Marie Dillon Dahleh. Geared systems. Maxwell reciprocal theorem. Schaum’s Outline Series. Applications: a) Vehicle suspension. 3. c) Dynamics of reciprocating Engines. 2007. Special Indian edition. 2006 Reference Books: 1. New Age International Publications. 2003. Holzer’s method. Mechanical Vibrations: S. Mechanical Vibrations: S. Special Indian edition. Singh.S.Unit 6. Rao & K. b) Dynamic vibration absorber. Mechanical Vibrations: V. 4. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B 55 . Tata McGraw Hill. Theory & Practice of Mechanical vibrations: J. Influence coefficients. Elements of Vibrations Analysis: Leonanrd Meirovitch. New Delhi. Pearson Education Inc. Torsional vibration of rods. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Graham Kelly. 2.. generalized and principal co-ordinates. Pearson Education 5th edition. co-ordinate coupling. 2001. Dunkerley’s equation. Ltd. Forced Oscillations-Harmonic excitation. Orthogonality of principal modes. Unit 8 06 Hrs Numerical Methods For Multi-Degree Freedom Systems Introduction. Euler’s equation for beams.

Two and Three point Gaussian quadrature formulas .Double integrals using trapezoidal and Simpson’s rules. 56 .Newton’s forward and backward difference formulas. Unit 2 06 Hrs Linear Algebraic Systems Motivation and Objectives/ Gauss-Jordan Elimination/Gaussian Elimination/ LU Decomposition/ III.Conditioned Systems/ Iterative Methods.Divided differences and finite differences Numerical integration by trapezoidal and Simpson’s 1/3 and 3/8 rules . Unit 3 06 Hrs Interpolation and Approximation Lagrangian Polynomials .Divided differences Interpolating with a cubic spline . Unit 6 06 Hrs Curve Fitting Motivation and objectives/ Interpolation/ Newton’s Difference Formula/ Cubic Splines/ Least Square/ Two-Dimensional Interpolation. PART B Unit 5 08 Hrs Numerical Differentiation and Integration Derivative from difference tables . Unit 4 08 Hrs Eigen Values and Eigen vectors Motivation and Objectives/ The characteristics Polynominal/ Power Methods / Jacobi’s Method/ Householder Transformation/ QR Method/ Danilevsky’s Method/ Polynominal Roots.ELECTIVE .I (Group A) NUMERICAL METHODS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE661 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1 06Hrs Numerical Computation Motivation and Objectives/ Number Representation/ Machine Precision/ Roundoff Error/ Truncation Error/ Random Number Generation.

Cambridge University Press. Applied Numerical Analysis – Gerald and Wheatley. Applied Numerical methods for Engineers Using Mat Lab and C-Robert Schilling and Sandra Harris. 2e. 57 . Pearson Education. Application and trends in usage in aircraft structures and engines. Testing of aircraft materials. Definition of terms. Reference Books: 1 Numerical Recipes in C – William Press et. Text Book: 1. Al. 2002. 2002. 2. Thomson Learning. Inspection methods. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B AIRCRAFT MATERIALS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE662 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit – 1 06 Hrs Introduction To Aircraft Materials: General properties of materials.. Selection of materials for use in aircraft.Unit 7 06 Hrs Root Finding Motivation and Objectives/ Bracketing methods/ Contraction Mapping Method/ Se cant Method/ Muller’s Method/ Newton’s Method/ Polynomial Roots/ Nonlinear Systems of Equations. Requirements of aircraft materials. Introduction to smart materials and nanomaterials. Unit 8 06 Hrs Optimization Motivation and Objectives/ Local and Global Minima/ Line Searches/ Steepest Descent Method/ Conjugate-Gradient Method/ Quasi-Newton Methods/ Penalty Functions/ Simulated Annealing. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.

Plywood. Types of aircraft paints. Titanium alloys. commonly used ceramic. Copper alloys. and Iron based superalloys. ablative materials and applications in aerospace. Joining processes for wood. Unit – 4 06 Hrs Polymers. Polymeric Materials & Plastics and Ceramics & Glass: Knowledge and identification of physical characteristics of commonly used polymeric material: plastics and its categories. Plain carbon and Low carbon Steels. PART B Unit – 5 06 Hrs Ablative and Super Conducting Materials: Ablation process. Magnesium alloys.Unit – 2 08 Hrs Aircraft Metal Alloys And Superalloys: Aluminum alloys. Fabrication of composites and quality control aspects. Phenomenon of super conduction. Cobalt based superalloys. Rubber. Unit – 7 06 Hrs Corrosion and Its Prevention: Knowledge of the various methods used for removal of corrosion from common aircraft metals and methods employed to prevent corrosion. General introduction to superalloys. ablative composites based on polymers. Unit – 3 06 Hrs Composite Materials: Definition and comparison of composites with conventional monolithic materials. metal matrix composites based on aluminum. magnesium. Maraging steels. Characteristics and definition of terminologies pertaining to aircraft fabrics and their applications. Seasoning of wood. Aircraft woods. Reinforcing fibers and Matrix materials. properties and applications. Aircraft painting process. Purpose of doping and commonly used dopes. adhesives and sealants and their applications in aircraft. Carbon-Carbon Composites production. titanium and nickel based composites for engines. Corrosion and Heat resistant steels. Producibility and Surface treatments aspects for each of the above. 58 . Nickel based superalloys. properties and applications. Fabrics & Dope And Paint: Classification and properties of wood. inter metallic matrix composites. glass and transparent plastics. Unit – 6 07 Hrs Aircraft Wood. their properties and applications. manufacturing processes associated with superalloys. Purpose of painting. Heat treatment and surface treatment of superalloys. properties and applications. super conducting materials and applications in aerospace. ceramic matrix.

Rankine-Hugoniot curves. Chemical kinetics – rates and order of reactions. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. ideas of deflagration and detonation. Handbook of Aircraft materials Interline publishers. Types of propellants and its general and desirable properties. The Materials of Aircraft Construction.2. 1998 Reference: 1. Materials for Missiles and Space. Aicraft Material and Processes. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B COMBUSTION Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE663 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit – 1 06 Hrs Review of Basic Concepts: Laws of thermodynamics. 59 . Hill E T.3 ARDB. S Chand & Co 1996 3. Parker E R. Aerospace material Vol. 2. Text Books: 1. . 1993. John Wiley. Advanced Aerospace Material. Spring Berlin 1992 2. properties of real gases. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. simple thermo chemical equations. and heat of combustion. Elements of adiabatic flame temperature calculation. Pitman London. insulating materials for cryogenic engines. Bangalore. C G Krishnadas Nair. Balram Gupta. Unit – 2 06 Hrs Chemical Equilibrium And Kinetics: Concept of chemical equilibrium. Reaction mechanism and chain reactions. 4. . strip-biaxial and tubular tests. H Buhl.Unit – 8 07 Hrs High Energy Materials: Materials for rockets and missiles. 1. Types of solid propellants: Mechanical characterization of solid propellants using uni-axial. Titterton G F. English Book Store. New Delhi.

Unit – 6 07 Hrs Combustion in Gas-Turbine Engines: Description of different types of combustion chambers in gas-turbine engines. Combustion fundamentals by Roger Strehlow Reference Books: 1. gas diffusion flames in parallel flow – jet flames and Burke Schumann flames. oxides of nitrogen and carbon monoxide. 1966 Ed Pub. Unit – 8 06 Hrs Emissions: Flame radiation. methods of reducing pollutants. 60 . afterburners. One dimensional Conservation Equations.unburnt hydrocarbons. PART B Unit – 5 06 Hrs Combustion in Piston Engines: Review of operation of reciprocating engines. Simple one-dimensional thermal theory of flame. Fossil Power Systems by G. stability limits and flame stabilization. Principle of exhaust gas analysis. pollutants . Flow structure. extension of droplet combustion to liquid propellant rockets. Description of the combustion process in piston engines. Unit – 7 07 Hrs Combustion in Rocket Engines: Combustion of carbon particle. Experimental methods of measuring burning velocity. 2. Combustion efficiency and factors affecting it. Baukal. Liquid droplet combustion. Text Books: 1. recirculation and flame stabilization in main combustion chamber. Heat Transfer in Industrial Combustion by CE Baukal Jr 3. Combustion. Burning velocity and parametric dependences. detonation in reciprocating engines and preventive methods. boundary layer combustion. Unit – 4 06 Hrs Diffusion Flames: Differences between premixed and diffusion flames. quenching distance. 4th Ed. primary requirements of the combustor. Industrial Combustion by Charles E. Singer. basic principles of combustion solid propellants.Unit – 3 08 Hrs Premixed Flames: Mechanistic description of premixed flames. Introduction to Combustion by Stephen Turns. 2. concepts of minimum ignition energy.

L.P.Ltd..’ Standard Publishers and Distributors.. Mathur.. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B RELIABILITY ENGINEERING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE664 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1 07 Hrs Introduction Reliability concepts and definitions. and Chandra Mohan . Tata Me. Weibull analysis On reliability Unit 4 Reliability Studies: Reliability improvement. concept of hazard failure models. R. Bath Tub curve.P. reliability-cost trade-off 06 Hrs PART B Unit 5 Maintainability and Availability concepts System Safety analysis 61 06 Hrs . New Delhi. .4. S. 1988 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 5. and Sharma. Delhi. M.. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Jet and Rocket Propulsion. MTBF Unit 3 06 Hrs Reliability Modeling System reliability for various configurations and combinational aspects. Sharma. redundancy. probability distribution functions and their application in reliability Evaluation. Gas Turbine. Fuels and Combustion. MTTF.. 1987. Graw Hill Publishing Co.Reliability Evaluation in Engineering systems using Markov Models Unit 2 07 Hrs Failure analysis Causes of failure.

Brief History of Quality Methodology. Queuing and Computer. Tata McGraw Hill Publications. Kaizan etc. partnership. TQM. 2. Introduction to Reliability Engineering. FMEA Unit 8 07 Hrs Reliability and Quality Improvement techniques like. 3. Bench Marking. Quality Audit. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. E Balagurswamy. Quality Circles. Reference Books: 1. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.A Unit – 1 06 Hrs Introduction: Historical perspective. Charles Babbage. public and private undertakings. Gilbert. Henry Gantt to the evolution of management science in the Indian context. HUM. Reliability Engineering. JIT. Henry Fayol. Lewis. Statistical Methods for Quality Control and 62 . K. TPM etc. Modern trends in Maintenance Philosophy like BITE. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. IRAN. PHI. Science Applications. contribution of Taylor. John Wiley. Ownership of Industries Proprietorship. joint stock companies. Trivedi. co-operative organizations Unit – 2 08 Hrs Quality Philosophy: The Meaning of Quality and Quality Improvement.E.S. E. Unit 7 06 Hrs Failure Investigation Process and Methodologies like FTA. Text Book: 1. Probability and statistics with Reliability. INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE665 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART .Unit 6 07 Hrs Maintenance concepts Types of Maintenance.

variety control and value Engineering). Incentive schemes. charts and diagrams.Improvement. Codification system. Training and Development. Total Quality Management (quality philosophy. predicting future behavior. Definitions and aims of standardizations. principles of motion economy. service operation. capital intensity. Immaturity theory motivation hygiene theory. Wage payment and plans. choices of control limits.B Unit – 5 06 Hrs Motivation And Behavior: Hawthorns studies and its findings Maslows theory X and Y theory. management of technology and its role in improving 63 . Health And Safety: Work study-Motion study and Method time study. Safety Regulations and safe practices. techniques for standardization (Statistical Principles. Unit – 7 07 Hrs Process Management: Definition of process management. Unit – 3 06 Hrs Statistical Process Control: Chance and assignable causes. Statistical Basis of the Control Charts -basic principles. customer involvement. goal oriented behavior. Pretence of needs and satisfaction of needs. Unit – 6 06 Hrs Management And Behavioral Approach: Contribution of Elton Mayo and Skinner to behavior sciences. changing and controlling behavior. significance of control limits. Incentives. control limits. directing. economics of scoop and gaining focus. Job evaluation systems. vertical integration. PART . integration of organizational goals and needs of employee. Multi skilling. relationships between decisions. Designing process-process rearranging and process improvement Unit – 8 07 Hrs Management Of Technology: Meaning and role of technology-primary areas of technology management. links between quality and productivity. Major process decisions-process choice. resource flexibility. analysis of pattern on Variable attribute control charts ( no numericals) Unit – 4 06 Hrs Work Study. quality costs legal aspects of quality implementing quality improvement). Skills of a manager at various levels in an organization and inter-related systems. understanding past behavior.

McGraw. Organizational Behaviour. Creating and applying technology-R and D stages and technology fusion. Operations management-strategy and analysis. Unit-2 06 Hrs Nozzle Theory and Flight Performance. Implementation guidelines. 9th performance. 2. Principles of Management. forces acting on a vehicle in atmospheric space flight. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.TATA McGraw Hill Intl. 64 .Lee J.Book Co. other rocket propulsion concepts. Essentials of management. acceleration in multiple of earth gravity or thrust to vehicle weight ratio. Stephen P Robbins. characteristics velocity and specific impulse.S. Nozzle alignment. electric rocket propulsion. Book Co.Krajewski and Larry P. ROCKETS AND MISSILES Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE666 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-A Unit-1 06 Hrs Rockets Classification and Definitions. 7th edition. energy and efficiency. Pearson Education Publications.”Mc. Gravity free. drag free space flight. Text Books: 1. Leavenworth. Rocket propulsion. Koontz Weirich. Application of rocket propulsion. Principal losses in real nozzles. 3. 4. Ideal rocket thrust and thrust coefficient. Koontz O Donnel. Hersey Paul and Kenneth H. nuclear rocket engine. Management of Organizational Behaviour. Statistical Quality Control: E. exhaust velocity. Grant and R. 7th Edition. 2.L.” PHI.. Ritzman. Total impulse. ISBN-81-7808-561-5 2002 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Technology strategy. Fifth Edition Addison-Wiley.Graw Hill Intl.Hill publisher Reference Books: 1.

S S Chin. Theory of bodies of revolution. ‘Missile Configuration Design 65 . Typical ingredients of composite solid propellants. Unit-7 06 Hrs Thrust Vector Control: Thrust Vector Control Mechanism-advantages and disadvantages. Pressure distribution and loading of slender bodies of revolution. Propellant characteristics. Integration with Vehicle. Generalized nature of Aerodynamic forces and stability derivatives. Testing. Liquid mono propellants. Aging and useful life. Unit-6 06 Hrs Missile Aerodynamic Control. Solid Propellant Classification. Criteria for selection. Altitude effects.Unit-3 06 Hrs Rocket Propellant . Advantages and disadvantages of solid and liquid propellant rockets. TVC with multiple thrust chamber or nozzle. All moving control for Cruciform Controls.Desirable Physical Properties. Inc 1960 Reference Books: 1. Grain Configuration. Liquid Oxidizers. John Wiley and Sons Inc 2001 2. Unit-4 08 Hrs Selection of Rocket Propulsion System. ‘Rocket Propulsion Element‘. Lift and moment of slender bodies of revolution. Unit-8 06 Hrs Rocket Testing Different types of tests. PART-B Unit-5 08 Hrs Missile Aerodynamics. Idealized process for selecting propulsion system. Propellant . ‘Missile Aerodynamics‘. Change in Missile Attitude due to Impulsive Pitch Control. McGraw hill Book Company. Test facility and safe guards. Jack N Neilson. Text Books: 1. Instrumentation and data management Flight testing & post accident procedure. Types of Controls-Conventions. Planar W-B Interference. Equations of motion for missile pitch control. George P Sutton and Oscar Biblarz. Hybrid Rocket Propellant –Introduction. Application.

various components. 4. List Of Experiments Study of an aircraft piston engine.. 1. 66 . 3. STRUCTURES LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL67 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 List of Experiments Deflection of a Simply Supported Beam. 6. Determination of heat of combustion of aviation fuel. 7. (Includes study of assembly of sub systems. 7. their functions and operating principles) Study of forced convective heat transfer over a flat plate. 4. Cascade testing of a model of axial compressor blade row. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. 8. Poisson Ratio Determination Buckling load of slender Eccentric Columns and Construction of Southwell Plot Shear Failure of Bolted and Riveted Joints Bending Modulus of sandwich Beam Verification of Superposition Theorem Determination of fundamental frequency of a cantilever beam and harmonics. 5. 6. Determination of Young’s Modulus using strain gages. 2. 9. Frequency spectrum analysis for a cantilever beam. their functions and operating principles) Study of an aircraft jet engine (Includes study of assembly of sub systems. 8. 9. Fuel-injection characteristics Measurement of nozzle flow. 10. Study of performance of a propeller. Study of free jet Measurement of burning velocity of a premixed flame. 3.Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 10. 5. various components. 2. Verification of Maxwell’s Reciprocal Theorem. PROPULSION LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL68 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 1.

A UNIT . models of thermal systems. reduction of block diagrams. ramp and impulse inputs. Signal flow graphs: Mason’s gain formula. models of hydraulic systems.1 Introduction: Concept of automatic controls. requirements of an ideal control system. 07 Hrs UNIT.4 Transient and Steady State Response Analysis: Introduction. Open loop and closed loop systems. Gain margin and phase margin. DC and AC motors in control systems.Proportional. 06 Hrs PART -B UNIT . Relative stability concepts. 07 Hrs 67 . Integral Proportional Integral.5 Frequency Response Analysis: Polar plots. Force current. pneumatic system.6 Frequency Response Analysis Using Bode Plots: Bode attenuation diagrams. Analogous systems: Force voltage. Proportional Integral Differential controllers. models of electrical circuits. concepts of time constant and its importance in speed of response. Stability analysis. M&N circles. function. System stability: Routh’sHurwitz Criterion.VII SEMESTER CONTROL ENGINEERING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE71 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . first order and second order system response to step. Nyquist stability criterion. 06 Hrs UNIT . block representation of systems elements. 06 Hrs UNIT .3 Block Diagrams and Signal Flow Graphs: Transfer Functions definition. Concepts of feedback. Stability analysis using Bode plots. Types of controllers. models of mechanical systems. 07 Hrs UNIT.2 Mathematical Models: Transfer function models. Simplified Bode Diagrams.

2004. M.C. Structural design V-n diagram. Katsuhiko Ogatta.1999 2.. Matrix representation of state equations.Dorf and Robert. Modern Control Engineering. tails. 2002. controllability and observability.Bishop. Addison Wesley.loads acting on major components such as wing. 2. AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES . Schaum’s series. Feedback Control System. fuselage. singapore.Gopal. 06 Hrs Introduction to Aircraft Structural Design: Structural layout of the Airplane and components. state equation of linear continuous data system. 06 Hrs Unsymmetrical Bending: Bending stresses in beams of unsymmetrical sections – Bending of symmetric sections with skew loads 68 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 .7 Root Locus Plots: Definition of root loci. General rules for constructing root loci.. Pearson Education. Control Systems Principles and Design. 06 Hrs UNIT 8 System Compensation and State Variable Characteristics of Linear Systems: Series and feedback compensation. 3rd Ed. Kalman and Gilberts test. 07 Hrs Text Books : 1. Modern Control Systems. 2001. 3. TMH. System dynamics & control.Concept of allowable stress and margin of safety.H. Unit 2. Analysis using root locus plots. Eronini-Umez.II Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE72 : 04 : 52 PART A Unit 1. Reference Books : 1. Thomson Asia pte Ltd.UNIT .2000. Introduction to state concepts. landing gear etc. Richard.

Shear flow in single & multi-cell structures under torsion.. Unit 6. With parallel and non parallel flanges. 69 .G. thin webbed beam. Sheet – stiffener panels. Local buckling stress of thin walled sections. Unit 8. 08 Hrs Stress Analysis in Wing And Fuselage: Procedure – Shear and bending moment distribution for semi cantilever and other types of wings and fuselage.Unit 3. Edward Arnold. bolted and welding joints. inter rivet and sheet wrinkling failures. Shear resistant web beams.1995. With one axis of symmetry. Approximate methods. Single and multi – cell structures. Megson. Unit 4. Unit 7. Text Books: 1. 06 Hrs Shear Flow in Open Sections: Thin walled beams. concept of effective width. Crippling stresses by Needham’s and Gerard’s methods. 08 Hrs Shear Flow in Closed Sections: Bredt – Batho formula. Estimation of fitting design loads. post buckling of structures. with wall effective and ineffective in bending. “Aircraft Structures for Engineering Students”. 06 Hrs Design of Aircraft Structure: Design criteria – Safety Factor – Design life criteria – Analysis method – Life Assessment procedures – Design Principle – Future Airworthiness Requirements– Two bay crack criteria – Widespread Fatigue damage. Thin walled column strength. Effective width. Elastic axis. shear centre. Tension field web beams (Wagner’s). unsymmetrical beam sections. Concept of shear flow. 06 Hrs Buckling of Plates: Rectangular sheets under compression.M. Shear flow in single and multi-cell under bending with walls effective and ineffective. PART B Unit 5. T. design of riveted. 06 Hrs Joints and Fittings And Introduction to Post Buckling: General theory for the design of fittings.

J.. Tail contribution. Trim condition. “Analysis and Design of Flight vehicles Structures”. Bruhn. 2. Elevator required for landing. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions..H. Tri – state off set company. Control surface floating characteristics 70 . AIRCRAFT STABILITY AND CONTROL Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE73 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 06 Hrs Static Longitudinal Stability: Historical perspective.J. E. 07 Hrs Static Longitudinal Stability and Control-Stick Fixed Introduction. Elevator angle versus equilibrium lift coefficient.Propeller airplane and Jet airplane Unit 2. R. Fuselage contribution. N. 1993. Power effects.2. stability criteria. 3. 07 Hrs Static Longitudinal Stability and Control-Stick Free Introduction. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Contribution of airframe components: Wing contribution. 1985. Definition of static stability.. Elevator power. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 2nd edition. range. McGrawHill.M.G. Definition of longitudinal static stability. “Theory and Analysis of Flight Structures”. D Williams & Edward Arnold. Hinge moment parameters. Equilibrium conditions. Peery.Y. Unit 3. Aerodynamic Nomenclature. J. D. McGraw– Hill. 1993. “Aircraft Structures”. Static margin. Restriction on forward C. Rivello. stick fixed neutral points. USA. and Azar. An Introduction to the Theory of Aircraft Structures.. Reference: 1. Longitudinal control.

Rudder lock. Stick-free directional stability. Unit 6. Dutch roll and Spiral instability. Restriction on aft C. Estimation of hinge moment parameters. Derivatives due to the time rate of change of angle of attack. Derivatives due to the pitching velocity. The trim tabs. Factors affecting period and damping of oscillations. Definition of directional stability. Small disturbance theory.. Contribution of airframe components. Derivatives due to yawing rate Unit 8. Lateral control. 07 Hrs Dynamic Longitudinal Stability Definition of Dynamic longitudinal stability: types of modes of motion: long or phugoid motion. Estimation of dihedral effect. Requirements for directional control. Effect of wing sweep. and power. Unit 4. Airplane Equations of longitudinal motion. Stick force gradient in unaccelerated flight. Derivatives due to change in forward speed. flaps. Static directional stability rudder fixed. Orientation and position of the airplane. Stability derivatives for lateral and directional dynamics. Unit 7. Response to aileron step-function.and aerodynamic balance. Balancing the aileron. 71 . gravitational and thrust forces. Stick-free Neutral point. Aileron control forces. 07 Hrs Estimation of Dynamic Derivatives: Aerodynamic force and moment representation. Rudder power. Flying qualities in pitch. Cooper-Harper Scale.G. One engine inoperative condition. Directional control. Adverse yaw effects. 06 Hrs Static Lateral Stability And Control Introduction.. 06 Hrs Static Directional Stability and Control Introduction. PART B Unit 5. Roll-PitchYaw Inertial coupling. 06 Hrs Dynamic Lateral and Directional Stability Routh’s criteria. Effect of wind shear. side-slip excursion. Estimation of lateral control power. Aileron reversal.rotation and spin. Derivatives due to rolling rate. Dorsal fin. short period motion. Weather cocking effect. Coupling between rolling and yawing moments. definition of Roll stability. Auto. Derivation of rigid body equations of motion.

Pamadi. Perkins.C. pressure and velocity diagrams. R.E. Operating parameters. 72 . Inc. Impulse turbine and reaction turbine.. “Flight Stability and Automatic Control”. Dynamics and Control of Airplanes‘. New York. and Hage. John Wiley Son Inc. Bernard Etkin. turboprop and turbofan engines. Energy distribution of turbojet.. Bandu N. types of burners: advantages and disadvantages. afterburner system. AIAA 2nd Edition Series. C. Performance requirements of combustion chambers. 2007. 1988. and Flight Mechanics‘. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. sound suppression. 2.D. Thrust reversal: types. John Wiley & Sons. John Wiley & Sons. 2004. Unit 2. Effect of operating variables on burner performance. McGraw-Hill Book Co. Barnes W. R. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B GAS TURBINE TECHNOLOGY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE74 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-A Unit 1. 07 Hrs Engine Parts Compressor assembly. Second Edition. ‘ Aerodynamics. ‘ Performance. Comparison of thrust and specific fuel consumption. 2. Thrust. Construction of nozzles. Variation & Applications Types of engines showing arrangement of parts. 1995. Exhaust system. McCormick. “ Dynamics of Flight Stability and Control”. 06 Hrs Types. “Airplane Performance stability and Control”. 3. Aeronautics. Nelson. References 1. 1982..Text Books: 1. design & systems. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Stability. Influence of design factors on burner performance. Methods of thrust augmentation.

PART – B Unit 5. Environmental Ingestion Capability. Ground Testing of Engine Installed in Aircraft. Starting systems. Engine performance monitoring. surge test. Flight testing. Preliminary Flight Rating Test. 07 Hrs Component Level Testing Compressor: Compressor MAP. Sensors and Controls. high temperature strength. Propelling nozzles. Acceptance Test. Structural Integrity. Durability and Life Assessment Tests. Surge margin.Ram Air Testing. Altitude Testing. Unit 4. 07 Hrs Engine Testing Proof of Concepts: Design Evaluation tests. Starting torque and speed requirements Calculations for design and off-design performance from given test data – (case study for a single shaft Jet Engine). after burner. Starting process & Wind milling of Engines. Transient working lines. combustion light up test. surface finishing. 07 Hrs Systems Fuel systems and components. maximum mass flow conditions. Powder metallurgy. Methods of displacing equilibrium lines. Turbine Testing and Performance Evaluation. Altitude test facility. Combustor: Combustor MAP. Heat ranges of metals. Engine testing with simulated inlet distortions and. Oil system components. Reliability figure of merit. Testing and Performance Evaluation. Superalloys for Turbines. surge margin stack up. Flying Test Bed. 06 Hrs Materials and Manufacturing Criteria for selection of materials. 06 Hrs Engine Performance Design & off-design Performance. Estimating engine-operating limits. Qualification Test. Various gas turbine starters. Open Air Test Bed . Typical starting characteristics. Jet thrust measurements in 73 . Typical fuel system. FADEC interface with engine. Inlet distortions.Unit 3. Use of composites and Ceramics. Thrust engine start envelope. Inlet duct & nozzles: Ram pressure recovery of inlet duct. Transient performance. Surge margin requirements. Types of engine testings: Normally Aspirated Testing. Turbines: Turbine MAP. Unit 7. Testing and Performance Evaluation. Reliability Tests. Qualitative characteristics quantities. Unit 6. Typical oil system. Pressure loss. Testing and Performance Evaluation.

‘ Experimental methods for Engineers‘. Engine performance trends: Mass and CUSUM plots. 4. Measurement of Shaft speed. Steps in test bed cross calibration. Peletcher. Irwin E. .P Walsh and P. Test bed calibration. Uncertainty analysis. J P Holman. Ltd . Stress. Turbo Jet & Turbofan . Type approval. 2002. Print 2003. Data Acquisition system. Kores . choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B 74 . 7th Edition. McGraw –Hill Publishing Co.2007. Temperature. P. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 7th Edition. Michael J. Test Documents. Torque. 15th Oct 1973. GLENCOE Aviation Technology Series.‘ Aircraft Power Plant‘. 3.Ltd. GLENCOE Aviation Technology Series.Ltd. Aircraft. 06 Hrs Test Cells Factors for design of engine test beds. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Tata McGraw –Hill Publishing Co. . Pressure. Temperature of turbine blading etc. 1998. Unit 8. Test Log Sheets. General Specification for Advance Aero Engine testing‘. Advance Aero-Engine Testing. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.Measurements and Instrumentation. Performance Reduction Methodology. ‘Gas Turbine Performance’ Blackwell Science. Treager. ‘Gas Turbine Engine Technology‘ . Vibration. ‘Military Specifications: Engine . Thrust. Reference Books: 1. Ltd . MIL –5007 E . A S Rangawala-Turbomachinery dynamics-Design and operations. 2. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Test procedure: Test Schedule Preparation.2007. Text Books: 1. ISBN 0632047843. AGARD-59 Publication 2. Wild. Accuracy and Uncertainty in Measurements.flight. and Thomas W. 3.

II (Group B) OPTIMISATION TECHNIQUES Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE751 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Gradient based methods. 06 Hrs Introduction Non-linear programming. PART B Unit 5. 75 . Problem modeling and computer implementation. single variable optimization. Cyclic coordinate search. Mathematical fundamentals. Steepest Descent Method -Convergence Characteristics. Polynomial based methods. Generalised reduced gradient. Generic algorithm. Branch and bound algorithm for mixed integers. Sufficient condition for optimality. Hooke and Jeeves Pattern search method. Unimodal-Fibonacci method. Numerical evaluation of gradient. Maximum of a function. Unit 3. Necessary and sufficient conditions for optimality. 06 Hrs Discrete And Dynamic Programming Integer and discrete programming. Unit 4. 07 Hrs Constrained Minimisation Non-linear programming. Rosens‘s gradient. Unit 2.ELECTIVE . Conjugate Gradient Method. 06 Hrs Direct Search Methods Direct search methods for nonlinear optimization. 06 Hrs Unconstrained Optimisation One dimensional. Sequential quadratic programming. Linear programming -Simplex Method. General definition of dynamic programming problem. Shortest path problem. Unit 6. Zoutendijk‘s method. 07 Hrs Unconstrained Minimisation Multivariable functions. Convexity.

‘Practical Methods of Optimisation‘. S. Fletcher.2nd Edition. In C. General definition of dynamic programming. Topology optimisation of continuum structures. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 1987. New York . 1983. B. and Schnabel. Pearson Education. Engle Wood Cliffs. Network problems. Wiley.1990. Unit 8..1991. CFD ideas to understand. Transportation simplex method. Maximum flow in net works. 07 Hrs Finite Element Based Optimisation Parameter optimization using gradient methods -Derivative calculation. Need for parallel computers for CFD algorithms. New Jersey. 5th Edition. R. Shape optimisation. Text Books: 1. Problem modeling and computer implementation. 3.Unit 7. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.E... Wiley Eastern Ltd. Divergence of velocity. Substantial derivative. R. Reference Books: 1. CFD application. ‘ Optimisation -Theory and Application‘. Ashok D Belegundu and Tirupathi R . Rao.S. ‘Optimisation Concepts and Applications in Engineering‘. Models of flows. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE752 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Prentice Hall. 2.. 76 . ‘Numerical Methods for Unconstrained Optimisation and Nonlinear Equations‘. Dennis J. 06 Hrs Introduction Insight into power and philosophy of CFD. Chandrupatla. 07 Hrs Optimisation Application Transportation problem.

Integral versus Differential form of equations. Transformation of continuity equation from physical plane into computational plane. Types of grids (O-type. Adaptive grids. Unit 6. and unsteady thermal conduction. Essential properties of grids. Reflection boundary condition.Algebraic. 77 . Generic form of the governing flow equations with strong conservative form in the transformed space.Grid accuracies. Explicit and Implicit approach: definition and contrasts. unsteady invisid flow. Various grid generation techniques . Error propagation. Errors and analysis of stability. Higher order difference quotients. Elliptic grid generation. Un-structured grids. Physical boundary conditions. 07 Hrs Grid Generation Body –fitted coordinate system. steady boundary layer flow. 06 Hrs Mathematical Behavior of Partial Differential Equations: Classification of partial differential equations. 07 Hrs Governing Equations Continuity. Momentum and Energy equations. Difference equations. Unit 4. Taylor series approach for the construction of finitedifference quotients. and Numerical grid generation. Up-wind differencing. Forms of the governing equations particularly suited for CFD work: Shock fitting and Shock capturing methods. Midpoint leap frog method. Grid collapse. PART B Unit 5. application of Grids stretching . C-type and H. Multi-Grid methods . parabolic and elliptic forms of equations. Generic form of equations. 06 Hrs Appropriate Transformation General transformation of equations. derivation in various forms.type). case studies: steady inviscid supersonic flow. Comments on governing equations. Impact on physical and computational fluid dynamics. 07 Hrs Discretization Essence of discretization. Hyperbolic. Metrics and Jacobians. Need for grid generation. Cramer rule and Eigen value method. Unit 3.Unit 2. Structured. Stability properties of Explicit and Implicit methods.

Cell Vertex Formulation.(ADI ) Implicit Technique. ‘Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics‘. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 3. Multi . 1995 . Unit 8. F. McGraw Hill International Edn. Text Books: 1. The AlternatingDirection. High resolution finite volume upwind Scheme. 78 . Relaxation technique. Computational Fluid Dynamics. Point iterative mehod. Universities Press (India) Private Limited. Tapan K. Successive over-relaxation/under relaxation. John Wiley & Sons. Upwind schemes. “Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows”. Berlin. New York. 2008. Charles Hirsch. 1988.‘ Computational Fluid Dynamics. Approximate factorization scheme.An Introduction”. “Computational Fluid Dynamics . Flux vector splitting. I and II. Springer – Verlag.‘The Basics with Applications‘.A Practical Approach‘. 1992. Vols. Elsevier Inc. artificial viscosity.Unit 7. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. 2005. and Chaoqun Liu. Guan Heng Yeoh. Sengupta. Runge . LAX-WENDROFF Technique . John D Anderson Jr. References: 1.Time –Step Integration scheme. 2.Kutta Time Stepping . Wendt (Editor). 07 Hrs CFD Application to Some Problems Time and space marching. Aspects of numerical dissipation and dispersion. 2. Numerical dispersion.Cell Centered Formulation. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Jiyuan Tu. 06 Hrs Finite Volume Techniques Finite Volume Discretization .

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PART A Unit 1. 07 Hrs Welding In Aircraft Structural Components Equipments used in welding shop and their maintenance – Ensuring quality welds – Welding jigs and fixtures – Soldering and brazing. Unit 2. 06 Hrs Sheet Metal Repair And Maintenance Inspection of damage – Classification – Repair or replacement – Sheet metal inspection – N.D.T. Testing – Riveted repair design, Damage investigation – reverse technology. Unit 3. 07 Hrs Plastics and Composites in Aircraft Review of types of plastics used in airplanes – Maintenance and repair of plastic components – Repair of cracks, holes etc., various repair schemes – Scopes. Unit 4. 06 Hrs Inspection And Repair Of Composite Components: Inspection and Repair of composite components – Special precautions – Autoclaves. PART B Unit 5. 07 Hrs Aircraft Jacking, Assembly And Rigging Airplane jacking and weighing and C.G. Location. Balancing of control surfaces – Inspection maintenance. Helicopter flight controls. Tracking and balancing of main rotor. Unit 6. 07 Hrs Review of Hydraulic and Pneumatic System Trouble shooting and maintenance practices – Service and inspection. – Inspection and maintenance of landing gear systems. – Inspection and maintenance of air-conditioning and pressurisation system, water and waste system. Installation and maintenance of Instruments – handling – Testing – Inspection. 79

Unit 7. 06 Hrs Inspection And Maintenance Of Auxilary Systems: Inspection and maintenance of auxiliary systems – Fire protection systems – Ice protection system – Rain removal system – Position and warning system – Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) Unit 8. 06 Hrs Safety Practices Hazardous materials storage and handling, Aircraft furnishing practices – Equipments. Troubshooting - Theory and practices. Text Book 1. KROES, WATKINS, DELP, “Aircraft Maintenance and Repair”, McGraw-Hill, New York,1992. References 1. LARRY REITHMEIR, “Aircraft Repair Manual”, Palamar Books, Marquette, 1992 2. BRIMM D.J. BOGGES H.E., “Aircraft Maintenance”, Pitman Publishing corp. New York, 1940. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions, choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.

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PART - A UNIT - 1 Introduction: The Meaning of Quality and Quality Improvement; Brief History of Quality Methodology; Statistical Methods for Quality Control and Improvement; Total Quality Management (quality philosophy, links between quality and productivity, quality costs, legal aspects of quality implementing, quality improvement). 06 Hours 80

UNIT - 2 Modeling Process Quality: Mean, Median, Mode, Standard deviation, Calculating area, The Deming funnel experiment, Normal distribution tables, Finding the Z score, Central limit theorem. 06 Hours UNIT - 3 Methods And Philosophy Of Statistical Process Control: Chance and assignable causes, Statistical Basis of the Control Charts (basic principles, choices of control limits, significance of control limits, sample size and sampling frequency, rational subgroups, analysis of pattern on control charts, warning limits, Average Run Length-ARL) 06 Hours UNIT - 4 Control Charts For Variables: Control Charts for X-Bar and R- Charts, Type I and Type II errors, the probability of Type II error. Simple Numerical Problems 08 Hours

PART - B UNIT - 5 Process Capability: The foundation of process capability, Natural Tolerance limits, cp – process capability index, cpk, pp – process performance index, summary of process measures. Numerical problems 06 Hours UNIT 6: Control Charts For Attributes: Binomial distribution, Poisson distribution (from the point of view of Quality control) Control Chart for Fraction Nonconforming, Control Chart for number Nonconforming, Control Charts for Nonconformities or Defects, Control Chart for Number of non conformities per unit. Numerical problems 07 Hours UNIT - 7 Lot-By-Lot Acceptance Sampling For Attributes: The acceptance sampling problem, single sampling plan for attributes, Double, Multiple, and Sequential sampling, AOQL, LTPD, OC curves, Military Standard 105E, the Dodge-Romig sampling plans. Numerical problems 07 Hours UNIT - 8 Cumulative-Sum (Cusum) & Exponentially Weighted Moving Average (Ewma) Control Charts: CUSUM Control Chart (basic principles of the chart for monitoring the process mean); EWMA control chart (EWMA control chart for monitoring process mean), design of an EWMA control chart. 06 Hours


Text Books: 1. Statistical Quality Control, E.L. Grant and R.S. Leavenworth, 7th edition, McGraw- Hill publisher. 2. Statistical Quality Control, RC Gupta, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 2005 Reference Books: 1. Statistical Process Control and Quality Improvement, Gerald M. Smith, Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN 0 – 13-049036-9. 2. Statistical Quality Control for Manufacturing Managers, W S Messina, Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York, 1987 3. Statistical Quality Control, Montgomery, Douglas, 5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2005, Hoboken, NJ (ISBN 0-471-65631-3). 4. Principles of Quality Control, Jerry Banks, Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York.

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PART A Unit 1. 06 Hrs Introduction Plate and Shell Structures in Aerospace Vehicles. Flexural rigidity of plates. Flexural rigidity of shells. Introduction to bending and buckling of plates and shells. Reinforced plates. Eccentrically compressed shells. Unit 2. 07 Hrs Bending of Thin Plates -Stresses Pure bending of plates. Isotropic and orthotropic flat plates. Flexural rigidity of plate. Bending of plates by distributed lateral load. Combined bending and tension or compression. Bending and twisting moments. Shear stress. Unit 3. 06 Hrs Bending Of Thin Plates - Strain Energy Slopes of deflection of surface. Different edge conditions: - built in edge, simply supported edge and, free edge. Combined bending and tension or compression of plates. Strain energy by: – bending of plates, bending by lateral loads, combined bending and tension or compression of plates. 82

Unit 4. 07 Hrs Buckling Of Thin Plates Method of calculation of critical loads. Buckling of simply supported rectangular plates uniformly compressed in one direction. Buckling of uniformly compressed rectangular plates simply supported along two opposite sides perpendicular to the direction of compression and having various edge conditions along the other two sides. Critical values of compressive stress.

PART B Unit 5. 07 Hrs Buckling of Reinforced Plates Stability of plates reinforced by ribs. Simply supported rectangular plates with longitudinal ribs. General equation for critical compressive stress. Critical compressive stress for a plate stiffened by one rib. Study of the experimental value of buckling of plates. Unit 6. 07 Hrs Bending of Thin Shells Deformation of an element of a shell. Expression for components of normal stresses. Flexural rigidity of shell. Case of deformation with presence of shearing stresses. Unit 7. 06 Hrs Strain Energy Of Deformation Of Shells: Strain energy of deformation of shell:-bending and stretching of middle surface. Symmetrical deformation of a circular cylindrical shell. Differential equation for bending of strip. Unit 8. 06 Hrs Buckling of Shells Symmetrical buckling of cylindrical shell under the action of uniform axial compression :-differential equation , critical stress. Symmetrical buckling of cylindrical shell under the action of uniform axial pressure. Study of the experimental values of cylindrical shells in axial compression. Bent or eccentrically compressed shells. Text Books: 1. Timoshenko, S.P. and Gere, J.M., “Theory of Elastic Stability”, McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1986. 2. Timoshenko, S.P. Winowsky. S., and Kreger, “Theory of Plates and Shells”, McGraw-Hill Book Co. 1990 83

Unit 2 07 Hrs Radiographic Inspection X – Ray radiography: Principles of X – ray radiography. determination of elastic constants. Ultrasonic testing of composites. application. 84 . Types of scanning. Defects in materials.References: 1. Variables affecting an ultrasound test. W. 06 Hrs Ultrasonic Inspection Ultrasonic application for thickness measurement. micro-radiography Gamma ray radiography: Radioactivity. examples. Unit 3 06 Hrs Ultrasonics Principle of wave propagation. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Springer – Verlag. Basic methods and general considerations. tube inspection. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. equipment. Flugge. Reading and Interpretation of Radiographs. test standards. Production of X -rays. NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE756 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1 07 Hrs Introduction An Overview. Testing of products. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Defects in composites. absorption. Defects in welding. Factors influencing the Reliability of NDE. “Stresses in Shells”. Unit 4. film radiography. 1985. industrial radiographic practice. Ultrasonic equipment. NDT methods used for evaluation of materials and composites. X-ray film processing. Welding inspection. types of indication. General radiographic procedures. gamma ray sources. scattering.

Reference Books: 1. Test Equipment and Procedure. T. Unit 8. Test Parameters & Procedure. 9th Edition. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. 85 . Safety precautions. inspection methods. ‘Nondestructive Testing‘. applicability. Narosa Publishing House. Application and effectiveness. Unit 6. equipment. 06 Hrs Liquid Penetrant Test Basic concept. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Metals Hand Book. American society of metals. Demagnetization of materials. 07 Hrs Magnetic Particle Test Methods of generating magnetic field. M. Text Book: 1. Instrumentation principles. Factors affecting eddy currents. Test system and test arrangement.PART -B Unit 5. 07 Hrs Some Other Methods Thermal Inspection: Principles. 06 Hrs Eddy Current Test Principles of eddy current. Jayakumar. 2008. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Test equipment. applications. Unit 7. Non destructive evaluation & quality control.. Standardization and calibration. applications. Interpretation and evaluation. J Prasad and C G Krishnadas Nair. holographic recording interferometer techniques of inspection Acoustic Emission Inspection: Principle. Ltd. 1997. comparison with other NDT methods. ‘ Non-Destructive Test and Evaluation of Materials‘. acoustic emission waves and propagation. Optical Holography: Principles. Vol-17. Thavasimuthu. Magnetic particle test: Principles . Baldev Raj. 2001 2.

representation of floating point numbers. Data acquisition. overflow and underflow. memory and address.6 Logic Function: Data word representation. numbers. 07 Hours UNIT . Digital signals Multiplexers. 07 Hours UNIT 3 Electrical Actuation Systems: Electrical systems. addition of floating point numbers. Mechanical switches.A UNIT . accuracy and range in floating point representation. Review of concepts . The operational amplifier.5 Introduction to Microprocessors: Evolution of Microprocessor. 06 Hours UNIT . Processing Pulse-modulation. Protection.MECHATRONICS AND MICROPROCESSOR Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE757 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . solidstate switches. Principle of working and applications of light sensors. Stepper motors and their merits and demerits. solenoids. 86 .4 Signal Conditioning: Introduction to signal conditioning. proximity sensors and Hall effect sensors. floating point notation. Binary & Decimal number systems. DC & AC motors. Conversion of real. Wheatstone bridge.1 Introduction to Mechatronic Systems: Measurement and control systems Their elements and functions. Basic elements of control systems 8085A processor architecture terminology such as CPU. memory representation of positive and negative integers. maximum and minimum integers.B UNIT . basic concepts of programming of microprocessors.Boolean algebra. 07 Hours PART . character representation. Filtering. 06 Hours UNIT . Definition and classification of sensors.2 Review of Transducers and Sensors: Definition and classification of transducers. Logic Gates and Gate Networks. Microprocessor based controllers. Introduction to Digital system. Organization of Microprocessors (Preliminary concepts).

3. assembly language programming. .1 Principles and Practice: Definition. Fetch cycle. state. W. assembler data registers.Principles. G. 06 Hours UNIT . Mechatronics. gurus of TQM. awareness. obstacles. Reference Books: 1. Difference between microprocessor and micro controllers. Tata McGraw Hill.K. 1st Ed.G. Onwubolu. system timing. examples of INTEL 8085 and INTEL 4004 register organization. basic approach. 2009 2. Mechatronics Principles & applications. 06 Hours 87 . David. Mechatronics .Bolton. Classification of micro controllers. bus.7 Organization & Programming of Microprocessors: Introduction to organization of INTEL 808S-Data and Address buses. Longman. Concepts and applications – Nitaigour and Premchand Mahilik . K. benefits of TQM.S. timing and control unit basic concepts. Microprocessor Architecture.2003. Instruction and data flow.A UNIT . Programming And Applications With 8085/8085A. interrupts. Bihistaned. M. 2. R. Micro Controllers. Elsevier. historical review. 2007. TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE758 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART .Vijayraghavan. 4. 07 Hours UNIT . write cycle.Ramchandran. Aliciatore & Michael. programming the 8085. Wiley Eastern.8 Central Processing Unit of Microprocessors: Introduction. 2000. Introduction Mechatronics & Measurement systems. B. Godfrey C. Pearson Publications. Instruction set of 8085. Mechatronics and Microprocessors. Requirements for control and their implementation in microcontrollers. TQM Framework. Ganokar. 06 Hours Text Books: 1.Balasundran. defining quality. 2Ed.Tata McGraw Hill. Wiley.S.P.ALU.

06 Hours UNIT .4 Continuous Process Improvement: process. affinity diagram.B UNIT . characteristics of quality leaders. using customer complaints. 07 hours UNIT .6 Statistical Process Control : Pareto diagram. decision making. and sis sigma. environmental management system. implementation. statistical fundamentals. Tools and Techniques: Benching marking. teams. suggestion system. gain sharing. strategic planning communication. the Juran trilogy. employee surveys. unions and employee involvement. 07 Hours UNIT . product liability. case studies. case studies. organizational culture and total quality. problem-solving methods. information technology. improvement strategies. a view toward the future. concepts and framework. total productive maintenance. types of problems. Employee Involvement – Motivation. the Deming philosophy. state of control. causeand-effect diagram.UNIT . self-assessment processes. Kaizen. histograms. process decision program chart. recognition and reward. feedback. reengineering. core values. translating needs into requirements. forced filed analysis. nominal group technique. case studies. Case studies. failure mode and effect analysis. six sigma. Bald ridge. change management. empowerment. control charts for variables. ethics. performance appraisal. 07 Hours PART . Control charts. tree diagram. the PDSA Cycle.5 Quality Management Tools : Why Why. check sheets. customer retention.2 Leadership: Definition. process flow diagram. quality management systems. role of TQM leaders. interrelationship digraph. sustaining the quality organization. quality function deployment. scatter diagrams. implementing ISO 9000. activity network diagram. matrix diagram. control charts for attributes. characteristics of effective people. out of control process. prioritization matrices. 07 Hours 88 . service quality. 06 Hours UNIT . leadership concept.3 Customer Satisfaction and Customer Involvement: Customer Satisfaction : customer and customer perception of quality. quality by design.7 Building and Sustaining Performance Excellence in Organizations : Making the commitment to total quality.

tools for design optimization. Stress intensity factor gage. Total Quality Management: Dale H. 100 Methods for Total Quality Management: Gopal K. New age pub. ISBN: 1855730243. Potentiometer. Zairi. Performance Characteristics. Inc. Productivity press. Alan Graham. Plane shear gage. Lai. David Walden. Correction for transverse strain effects. Oregon. tools for design verification. A New American TQM. Strain Gage circuits. Stress gage. 06 Hours 89 . 1990 2. Bester field. tools for design development. Publisher Pearson Education India. Organisational Excellence through TQM.A UNIT-1 Electrical Resistance Strain Gages: Strain sensitivity in metallic alloys. three element rectangular and delta rosettes. H. Shoji Shiba. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. Edition 03/e Paperback (Special Indian Edition) 2. 2008 ELECTIVE III (GROUP C) EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE761 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . Wheatstone’s bridges. ISBN: 8129702606. Constant current circuits. Total Quality Management for Engineers: M. Environmental effects. Kanji and Mike Asher. Publisher: Sage Publications. ISBN: 0803977476. Gage sensitivity and gage factor. 06 Hours UNIT-2 Strain Analysis Methods: Two element.UNIT . Adhesives and mounting techniques.1 3. four revolutions in management. Publisher: Wood head Publishing Reference Books: 1.8 Design for Six Sigma: Tools for concept development. problems. Gage construction. Edition ..

Crack detection methods. 90 . Srinath L. Properties of 2D photo-elastic model materials. Refrigeration techniques.UNIT-3 Photo-elasticity: Nature of light.Applications and advantages 06 Hours Text Books: 1. Crack patterns. Load relaxation techniques. 2. Scattered light photo-elasticity. McGraw Hill. Experimental stress Analysis. Scattered light as an interior analyzer and polarizer.optical interference . Analytical separation methods. Isoclinics & Isochromatics. Types of brittle coatings. Stress separation techniques: Oblique incidence. Sadhu Singh. Out of plane slope measurements . Effects of coating thickness: Reinforcing effects. “Experimental Stress Analysis”. “Experimental Stress Analysis”. Wave theory of light . Advantages and brittle coating applications. 3. 06 Hours UNIT-6 Photoelastic (Birefringent) Coatings : Birefringence coating stresses. Strip coatings. Dally and Riley. Poisson’s. Displacement field approach to Moire fringe analysis . Calibration of coating.S tata McGraw Hill. Stress optic law – effect of stressed model in plane and circular polariscopes. Scattered light polariscope and stress data Analyses. Khanna publisher. Materials for 2D photo-elasticity 06 Hours PART -B UNIT-5 Three Dimensional Photo elasticity: Stress freezing method. 08 Hours UNIT-7 Brittle Coatings: Coatings stresses. Calibration photoelastic model materials 08 Hours UNIT-4 Two Dimensional Photo-elasticity: Separation methods: Shear difference method.0ut of plane displacement measurements.Geometrical approach. 06 Hours UNIT-8 Moire Methods: Moire fringes produced by mechanical interference . Model to prototype scaling. Fringe order determination Fringe multiplication techniques.

Figure of merit for hover thrust efficiency. Lateral tilt . Schematics showing flapping. Albrecht & Robertson John Wiley & Sons. Perry and Lissner. Lateral and longitudinal asymmetry of lift in forward flight. “Strain Gauge Primer”.teetering design.Frocht. Cockpit control for vertical flight. “Motion Measurement and Stress Analysis”. Controlling cyclic pitch: Swash-plate system. Genealogical tree of aircraft.M. Blade flapping. Vertical climb and descend . High speed rotorcraft. and their functions. 3.References Books : 1. Civil and Military applications of helicopters. 06 Hrs Introduction to Helicopter Definitions. Method of achieving translatory flight. John Wiley & sons. Hovering flight and ground effects. Rotor solidity and blade loading coefficient. Forces acting during hovering flight. major parts. “Photo Elastic Stress Analysis”. 07 Hrs Hover And Vertical Flight Momentum theory and its application. 4. 2.A Unit 1. Comparison between fixed wing aircraft and helicopter. Kuske.with and without conning. 91 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 . Unit 2. M. 07 Hrs Forward Flight Forces acting on helicopter in forward flight. Disc loading and power loading. turning flights.variation in induced velocities. the hinge less design and bearing less design. Some helicopter configurations. Drag hinges. Unit 3. Cockpit control of rotor system (collective and cyclic pitch). Thrust and power coefficients. Torque balance and directional control. lead/lag and feathering motion of rotor blade. Dave and Adams. articulated design. feathering. Forces acting during vertical flight. “Photoelasticity Vol I and Vol II. HELICOPTER DYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE762 : 04 : 52 PART.. Types of rotors .

Flight Testing General handling fight test requirements and. effect of gross weight. Effect of sweep angle on dynamic stall. Effect of aerofoil shape on dynamic stall. Airfoil shape criteria. tip speed. 06 Hrs Rotor Airfoil Aerodynamics And Dynamic Stall Rotor airfoil requirements . Specifications And Testing Aspects Scope of requirements. Main rotor control and tail rotor control. Unit 8. Military derivatives of civil rotorcraft.hover trim and forward flight trim. at low speed and high speed flights. vertical drag and down loads.Unit 4. PART B Unit 5. the basis of limitations. directional. Unit 7. breakout forces. Dynamic stability aspects. control and trim. Factors affecting the maximum attainable forward speed. lift – drag ratios. Dynamic stall in rotor environment. speed for maximum range. blade twist and aerofoil selection. Unit 6. effect of density altitude. General and operational requirements. 92 . Static stability of helicopters: longitudinal. autorotation index. Forward flight performance . Fuselage design . 06 Hrs Conceptual Design Of Helicopters Design requirements. Design of main rotor . Flight controls and stability augmentation.fuselage drag. Autorotation. Flight and Ground Handling Qualities – General requirements and definitions. Structural strength and design for operations on specified surfaces.autorotation in forward flight. Levels of handling qualities. Control characteristics. transition and near ground. Ground effects in hover. flow topology. 07 Hrs Standards . side forces. Empennage power required. speed for minimum power. 07 Hrs Helicopter Stabilty And Control Introductory concepts of stability.rotor dia.Reynolds number and Mach number influence. Rotorcraft vibration classification. rotor solidity. lateral – directional and. 06 Hrs Basic Helicopter Performance Hovering and axial climb and descent performance.

SPACE MECHANICS AND LAUNCH VEHICALS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE763 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 2. Bramwell. John Fay. ‘Dynamics of Helicopter Flight‘.‘Helicopter Dynamics‘. Kepler’s laws of motion.Text Books: 1. Unit 3. Piloting & How it Flies‘. Representation of vector (position. Cambridge University Press. 2002 Reference Books: 1. Euler transformations. John Wiley & Sons. ballistic trajectory. ‘Principles of Helicopter Aerodynamics‘. 06 Hrs Central Force Motion Two body problem and one body problem. Sun synchronous and Geo-synchronous orbits. 07 Hrs Orbital Mechanics Establishment of orbits. History. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Unit 2. Vol. Inertial and Earth fixed coordinate reference frames. 2 Rotorcraft 3. 07 Hrs Intoduction to Space Mechanics Space vehicles/ platforms. Gordon Leisshman J. 1975 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Saunders. Def Stan 00970. 93 . G H. velocity and acceleration) in fixed and moving reference frames. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Sterling Book House 2007 2. ‘The Helicopter. orbital perturbations – general and special perturbation methods. NY. single impulse and two impulse orbital transfers. Coordinate transformations. Inc.

1976.calculation of orbit parameters . 07 Hrs Principles of Operation and Types of Rocket Engines One dimensional and two dimensional rocket motions in free space and homogeneous gravitational fields. 06 Hrs Satellite Dynamics Geosynchronous and geostationary satellites life time .special requirements of materials to perform under adverse conditions . Life support system for manned space missions. M. . Siefert (Ed. Rocket Propulsion Elements John Wiley and Sons. 06 Hrs Introduction to Launch Vehicles Introduction to launch vehicles. 1969. T. W. 1986 3. spacecraft. Comparison of liquid propellant.). “Space Mechanics”. John Wiley and Sons.satellite perturbations Hohmann orbits . Text Books: 1. Liquid and Cryogenic rocket engines. Introduction to manned and unmanned space missions. H. 1993 Reference Books: 1.Determination of satellite rectangular coordinates from orbital elements PART B Unit 5. 94 . Dover Publications. Materials for spacecraft:Selections of materials for spacecraft . Description of vertical. Spacecraft power generation. 2. H. solid Propellant and hybrid rockets. two body problem and orbital elements.S. 06 Hrs Rocket Performance and Staging Launch vehicle trajectories. 07 Hrs Spacecraft Preliminary concepts of space. Unit 6. Kaplan: Modern Spacecraft Dynamics and Control. Simple approximations to burnout velocity Unit 7. G P Sutton. inclined and gravity turn trajectories.ablative materials. Staging of rockets Unit 8. Introduction to Solid. Thomson: Introduction to Space Dynamics. Performance parameters. John Wiley & Sons. Life time estimation for a satellite..Unit 4.

A UNIT . design and manufacturing principles. 06 Hours UNIT . choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. principals of MR fluid value designs.5 Structures: Principles of drag and turbulence control through smart skins. repair and maintainability aspects. concepts. 07 Hours 95 .B UNIT . 07 Hours UNIT . acoustics. 07 Hours PART . Electro-magnetic materials and shape memory alloysprocessing and characteristics 06 Hours UNIT . Types of MR fluids. MR Dampers.2 Sensing And Actuation: Principals of electromagnetic.3 Control Design: Design of shape memory alloys. Design issues. SMART MATERIALS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE764 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . manufacturing. Types of sensors and their applications. characteristics of active and adaptive optical system and components. Characteristics and application. their compatibility writer conventional and advanced materials.4 Optics And Electromagnetic: Principals of optical fiber technology. chemical and mechanical sensing and actuation. applications in environment such as aerospace and transportation vehicles. principals and characterization. Magnetic circuit design.1 Introduction: Characteristics of composites and ceramics materials. Dynamics and controls. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. signal processing.

Magnetic shape Memory Alloys. 06 Hours UNIT . Srinivasan. A.6 Controls: Principles of structural acoustic control. Strategies. 2001. 1998 3. business need. examples.UNIT . New York.2 Developing Agile Manufacturing: Enterprise. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. generic features. MEMS. ‘Smart Materials and Structures’. characteristics. Jhon Wiles and Sons. RC Smith. Dimensional implications for structural control. (ISBN : 0521650267) 2. V. conceptual frame work. Esic Udd. amalog and digital feed back controls. Characteristics and Applications. New York. W R Saunolers. ‘Smart Materials and Structures’. An introduction for scientists and Engineers’. Data Visualisation and Reliability – Principals and Application domains. 07 Hours UNIT . distributed. Optic Sensors : Jhon Wiley & Sons. Massow S A. 07 Hours 96 . G P Gibss’Adaptive Structres’. Banks HT.A UNIT . M V Gandhi and B S Thompson Chapmen & Hall. New York.7 Principles Of Vibration And Modal Analysis: PZT Actuators. workforce and technology. London. Paris 1996 2. Analysis and Design’. integration of organization. 1991 (ISBN : 0471830070) AGILE MANUFACTURING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE765 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . ‘Smart Structures –Cambridge University Press. Y Wang. 1992 (ISBN : 0412370107) Reference Books: 1.8 Information Processing: Neural Network.1 Agile Manufacturing: Definition. Data Processing. Clark R L. 06 Hours UNIT . reference models.

Poul T Kidd. definition. Cellular manufacturing. Aggregate capacity planning and production line design / redesign in Agile manufacturing. Approaches to enhance ability in manufacturing. ISBN-0-201-63163-6. O Levine Transitions to Agile Manufacturing. Agility. ISBN -13 978-0-08-04 3567-1. Joseph C 97 . 06 Hours UNIT . Role of standards. Role of QFD.UNIT . applications of multimedia to improve agility in manufacturing. Robust design approach. 07 Hours UNIT . concepts. enterprise integration and management in agile manufacturing. examples. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. design enhancements. methods.6 Computer Control Of Agile Manufacturing: CAPP for Agile Manufacturing. 06 Hours UNIT . 07 Hours PART . 1994 2. ‘Agile Manufacturing. IT/IS concepts in supply chain management.Forging Mew Frontiers’. flow.7 Corporate Knowledge Management In Agile Manufacturing: Strategies.5 Agile Supply Chain Management: Principles.B UNIT . Approaches. system concepts. UK.4 Application Of It/Is Concepts In Agile Manufacturing: Strategies. India Reference Books: 1. Elsevier Press. approaches. parametric approach only. concepts.3 Integration Of Product /Process Development: Principles. decision support for selection of cutting parameters. 07 Hours UNIT . the 21 st Century Competitive strategy.8 Design Of Skill & Knowledge: Enhancing technology for Machine tool system. strategic options in Agile manufacturing. Adaptability and learners – comparison of concepts. A Gunasekharan. Resumption of design requirement geometry. ‘‘Agile Manufacturing”. Amagow Co. Managing people in Agile orgnisation. Management of complexities and information.

David M Andeson and B Joseph Pine. Singularity in force domain. Some Properties of Rotation Matrices. Types of Robots. Prismatic joint. SCARA manipulator. Jacobian of serial manipulator. RPR manipulator. 3R.3 Velocity and Static’s of Manipulators: Differential relationships. Statics of serial manipulators. Euler Angles For fixed frames X. Inverse kinematics of 2R. Representation of Links using Denvit . Linear and angular velocity of a rigid body.Y -Z and moving frame ZYZ. Notation. Spherical joint. Transformation matrices of 3R manipulator. Irwin Professional Publishing. Properties of A/BT. Static force and torque analysis of 3R manipulator. Milwaukee.1 Introduction and Mathematical Representation of Robots: History of Robots. Stanford arm. Successive Rotations. Equation of motions of one and two degree freedom spring mass damper systems using Lagrangian formulation. Differential motions of a frame (translation and rotation). Position and Orientation of a Rigid Body. puma560 manipulator. 3R manipulators. 2R. Linear and angular velocities of links in serial manipulators. RRP. Velocity ellipse of 2R manipulator. Cylindrical joint. 3R manipulator. Transformation between coordinate system. Link transformation matrices.Hartenberg Parameters: Link parameters for intermediate. SCARA manipulator 07 Hours UNIT .2.A UNIT . Wisconsiw. Singularities of 2R manipulators. puma560 manipulator.4 Dynamics of Manipulators: Kinetic energy. ASQC quality press. Homogeneous coordinates. Equation of motion using Lagrangian. Inertia of a link. 07 Hours UNIT . first and last links. Potential energy. Moutigomery and Lawrurence – Staying Flexible for competitive advantage. 06 Hours UNIT .2 Kinematics of Serial Manipulators: Direct kinematics of 2R. PUMA560 manipulator. Chicogo USa 1997 ROBOTICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE766 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . USA 1996 Agile Development for Mass Customization. Types of Joints: Rotary. Jacobian. 98 .

1989.structure and principle of operation. Niku. Acceleration sensors.2006 2.lever. B. Applications. Introduction to Robotics Analysis. force sensing resistor. Stepper motors. Resolvers. 08 Hours UNIT . stiffness vs. 2006 99 . Introduction to Robotics: Mechanica and Control. Characteristics of actuating system: weight. Fundamental Concepts and Analysis..potentiometers. Linear segments with parabolic blends. LVDT. Equation of motion of 2R manipulator using Lagrangian Newton-Euler formulation. 2. Addison-Welsey. Displacement sensor. cubic trajectory.. Position sensors.first order.8 Sensors: Sensor characteristics. Cubic trajectory with a via point. PHI. power-to-weight ratio. S.6 Control: Feedback control of a single link manipulator. Force control of manipulator. force control of single mass.Recursive formulation of Dynamics using Newton Euler equation. peg in hole Hybrid force and position controller. Oxford. J. inductive. operating pressure. Hydraulic actuators. eddy-current proximity sensors. Velocity sensor-encoders. 05 Hours Text Books: 1. Systems. 2nd :J?:dition. Pearso Education. J.. Reversible AC motors. Analysis and Control. Schilling R. Robotics. pneumatic actuators. tachometers. ultrasonic. Touch and tactile sensor. proportional feedback control.5 Trajectory Planning: Joint space schemes. Proximity sensors-magnetic. Partitioning a task for force and position control. Electric motors: DC motors. Encoders. optical. capacitive. 2008 Reference Books: 1. comparision of hydraulic. Craig. Fundamentals of Robotics. Torque sensors. PID control. J. Third order polynomial trajectory planning. compliance. Ghosal A. PID control of multi link manipulator. electric.. Cartesian straight line and circular motion planning 07 Hours UNIT . Use of reduction gears. Force and Pressure sensors piezoelectric. Joint space schemes with via points. 06 Hours PART-B UNIT . stepper motor speed-torque characteristics 06 Hours UNIT . second order system. Brushles DC motors. Cartesian space schemes.7 Actuators: Types.

07 Hrs Model Measurements Balances :. 07 Hrs Flow Induced Vibrations Effects of Reynolds number on wake formation of bluff shapes. General downwash correction. Testing:. Testing for local loads. calibration. Scale effects on aerodynamic characteristics and stability derivatives. Method of images. PART B Unit 5. Aerodynamics of Trains and Hovercraft. Testing engines. Effects of cut back angle. Unit 3. aero elasticity. Unit 2. Data reduction. Data correction. testing wind mill generator. Environmental winds in city blocks. wind forces on buildings. installation and. Internal balances. Betz coefficient by momentum theory. 06 Hrs Wind Energy Collectors Horizontal axis and vertical axis machines. Testing of rotor. Solid Blocking. Jettison tests. Special problems of tall buildings. Vortex induced vibrations. 100 . controls. 06 Hrs Building Aerodynamics Pressure distribution on low rise buildings. Corrections for reflection plane models. 06 Hrs Wind Tunnel Boundary Corrections and Scale Effects Effects of lateral boundaries. power effects.INDUSTRIAL AND EXPERIMENTAL AERODYNAMICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE767 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. building ventilation and architectural aerodynamics. Wake 07 Hrs Vehicle Aerodynamics Power requirements and drag coefficients of automobiles. Unit 4. dynamic stability. Lift and drag measurements through various techniques. Galloping and stall flutter. Testing with ground plane. rigidity. Power coefficient. Lift interference correction. Mounting of models. Effects of Buoyancy. Wall corrections. complete model. Unit 6. building codes. Measurement of interference.3-D wings. Testing procedures.

“Winds forces in engineering”. Applications areas. Starting loads. 05 Hours 101 . Pergamon Press. Calibration of test section. Tare and interference evaluation. Barlow. John Wiley & Sons. Commercial products.. Commercial products. intermittent (indraft .continuous. and Alan Pope. Micromachined transducers. Calibration of test section.Sachs. M.Blevins. Pressure-vacuum tunnels. ‘ Low speed Wind Tunnel Testing‘.1990. 1999.1 Introduction To Micro And Smart Systems: a) What are smart-material systems? Evolution of smart materials. William H RAE. 2. 2 N. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Jewel B.Hypersonic wind tunnels . Supersonic tunnel design features. Plenum press. MICRO AND SMART SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE768 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . 06 Hrs Supersonic Wind Tunnel Testing Types of supersonic tunnels: .Van Nostrand. Optical systems. Evolution of micro-manufacturing. Near transonic testing. Text Books: 1. “Wind Power Principles”.London.D. Charles Griffin & Co. b) What are microsystems? Feynman’s vision. Model support system.Schlieren set-up. 1978. Multi-disciplinary aspects. “Aerodynamics and drag mechanisms of bluff bodies and road Vehicles”. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1 R.G. 3.A UNIT . 07 Hrs Near sonic And Transonic Testing Near sonic tunnel design.Unit 7.and blowdown). structures and systems. 1978. P.1979 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. “ Flow induced vibrations”. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Application areas.General introduction.Calvent.Sovran (Ed). Jr. New york. Unit 8. Components of a smart system.

3 Micro-Manufacturing And Material Processing: a) Silicon wafer processing.5 Computer-Aided Simulation And Design: Background to the finite element method. lithography. b) Silicon micromachining: surface. electrostatic comb-drive and micromotor.B UNIT . c) Electrostatics. bonding based process flows. MOSFET amplifiers. Examples from microsystems. Coupled electromechanics. c) Actuators: silicon micro-mirror arrays. and metallization. Coupled-domain simulations using Matlab. moulding.6 Electronics. operational amplifiers. 102 . electro-thermal actuator d) Systems: micro gas turbine. active noise control in a helicopter cabin 08 Hours UNIT . shapememory-alloy based actuator. 08 Hours UNIT . c) Thick-film processing: d) Smart material processing: e) Processing of other materials: ceramics. etching (wet and dry). Piezoresistive modeling. 06 Hours PART . Transfer function. Basic fluids issues. Electromagnetic actuation. b) Sensors: silicon capacitive accelerometer. wafer-bonding. fiber-optic gyroscope and surface-acoustic-wave based wireless strain sensor. conductometric gas sensor. Magnetostrictive actuators. Residual stresses and stress gradients.UNIT .4 Modeling: a) Scaling issues. Basic Op-Amp circuits. piezo-electric based inkjet printhead. thin-film deposition. stability. Charge-measuring circuits. Capillary electro-phoresis. Circuits And Control: Carrier concentrations.2 Micro And Smart Devices And Systems: Principles And Materials: a) Definitions and salient features of sensors. blood analyzer. and systems. piezo-resistive pressure sensor. state-space modeling. Heat transfer issues. magnetic micro relay. polymers and metals f) Emerging trends 07 Hours UNIT . Thermal loading. Piezoelectric modeling. portable clinical analyzer. bulk. semiconductor diodes. b) Elastic deformation and stress analysis of beams and plates. actuators. transistors. Commercial software.

ISBN 0-444-51616-6. D. Wiley. The Netherlands. and active vibration control of a beam. 06 Hours UNIT . S.) 2. Laboratory hardware kits for (i) BEL pressure sensor.7 Integration And Packaging Of Microelectro Mechanical Systems: Integration of microelectronics and micro devices at wafer and chip levels. Elsevier. USA. Tai-Ran Tsu. photographs and movie clips of processing machinery and working devices. MEMS. K.8 Case Studies: BEL pressure sensor. (ii) thermalcycler and (iii) active control of a cantilever beam.9 Mini-projects and class-demonstrations (not for Examination) 09 Hours a) CAD lab (coupled field simulation of electrostatic-elastic actuation with fluid effect) b) BEL pressure sensor c) Thermal-cycler for PCR d) Active control of a cantilever beam Text Books And A Cd-supplement: 1. 2001.PID controllers. A CD-supplement with Matlab codes.Nitaigour Premchand Mahalik. A course-pack with matter taken from the following books including some newly written material. Boston. thermal cycler for DNA amplification. (This is until the textbook is ready. 6. Animations of working principles. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Vinoy. Chapter-wise resource material is indicated below. Tata Mc-Graw-Hill. Gopalakrishnan. Varadan. MEMS & Microsystems: Design and Manufacture. 08 Hours UNIT . Senturia. 4. Design and Development Methodologies. Minhang Bao. S. 5. Microelectronic packaging: wire and ball bonding. Microsystems Design. 04 Hours PART .C UNIT . and model order reduction. Examples from smart systems and micromachined accelerometer or a thermal cycler. TMH 2007 103 . 2. Low-temperaturecofired-ceramic (LTCC) multi-chip-module technology. 3. process flows and processing techniques. flip-chip. Amsterdam. Smart Material Systems and MEMS: V. J. Analysis and Design Principles of MEMS Devices. Reference books: 1. Microsystem packaging examples. ISBN 0-7923-7246-8.

9. Structural Modeling of Sandwich Beam of Rectangular Cross-Section and Analyses for Stresses. Structural Modeling and Stress Analysis of a Fuselage Bulk Head. Geometric Modeling and Mesh Generation of 2-D ConvergentDivergent Nozzle and Analyses of Flow for Adiabatic Conditions. : : : 25 03 50 Part-B 21 Hrs 6. And Generation of Body Fitting Mesh.DESIGN. Structural Modeling and Stress Analysis of a Simply Supported Rectangular Plate Uniformly Compressed In one Direction. MODELING AND ANALYSIS LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL77 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks List of Experiments Part-A 21 Hrs 1. Modeling of 2-D Incompressible and Inviscid Flow over an Aerofoil. 4. 10. Computations and Analysis for Velocity Vectors and Pressures Distributions. Structural Modeling and Stress Analysis of a Simply Supported Rectangular Plate Uniformly Compressed In one Direction with a CutOut in Center. Computations and Analysis for Velocity Vectors and Pressures Distributions. And Generation of Body Fitting Mesh. Modeling of Cambered Aerofoil Geometry. Modeling of 2-D Incompressible and Viscous Flow over an Aerofoil. 2. Modeling of Symmetric Aerofoil Geometry. Structural Modeling of a Three Dimensional Wing. 5. Scheme of Examination ONE question From Part-A ONE question From Part-B VIVA Voce Total 104 20 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks 50 Marks . 3. 8. 7.

simulation of the oscillations. : : : 25 03 50 PART B 21 Hrs 6. Simulate a point take-off from a runaway.SIMULATION LABORATORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AEL78 : 03 : 42 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks List of Experiments Part-A 21 Hrs 1. Simulate a runaway. Digital simulation of Analog Computations. 4. Simulate a bomb drop from an aircraft on a moving tank for pure – pursuit motion. Scheme of Examination ONE question From Part-A ONE question From Part-B VIVA Voce Total 20 Marks 20 Marks 10 Marks 50 Marks 105 . with compressibility corrections. 5. Simulation of simple servo-mechanism feedback system in time domain. & simulate the fall. 7. 9. Simulate an Air Speed Indicator to read air speeds for the pressures read from a Pitot-static tube. 10. Simulation of simple servo-mechanism feedback system in ‘s‘ domain. Simulate with transfer functions the experiments (3) and (4) above. Frequency response for a spring-mass system. Falling sphere with viscous drag – Investigate velocity versus time plot. 3. 2. 8.

Installed thrust corrections. Piston and turbo-prop sizing. Take-off weight-Preliminary Estimate-Spread sheet approach. Spread sheet for wing design. Propeller propulsive systems. Tail placement. turbo-jet engine sizing. 07 Hrs Design Of Structural Components:Wing. Aerodynamic considerations and drag estimation. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 106 . taper ratio selection. mass. flow chart. survey of various types of airplanes. Airplane configuration description. wing drag estimation. moment and inertia properties & balance diagram. range. Tail planform shapes. Spread sheets. glide rate. air inlets. Unit 3. combat. thrust to weight ratio. wing attachments.VIII SEMESTER FLIGHT VEHICLE DESIGN Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE81 : 04 : 52 PART-A Unit 1. Design process. Initial Airplane layout. acceleration. quantitative shapes. Turboprop propulsion. static thrust. 07 Hrs Power for Flight Propulsion selection. 06 Hrs Conceptual Aircraft Design Operational specifications-mission requirements. Propeller spread sheets. Airfoil selection type. Propeller design for cruise. Government standards and regulations (MIL Specs. spread sheets. Unit 2. Tail arrangements: Horizontal and vertical tail sizing. flight ceiling. Unit 4. Arrangement of surfaces. Fuselage And Tail Mainplane: Airfoil cross-section shape. landing. Fuselage: Volume consideration. Three view drawings. Wing loading effect on take-off. Spread sheets for tail design. number of engines. climb. JAR-23 and JAR-25). sweep angle selection. over-view of design process. Spread sheets. engine rating. 06 Hrs Preliminary Aerodynamic Design Selection of wing loading.

” The Design of the Aeroplane”. AIAA Education Services. Tomas C Corke. Communication system.” Person Education. Spread sheet for take-off and landing distance. Control surface sizing. Electric power system.. 06 Hrs Design Aspects of Sub-Systems Air-conditioning and pressurisation. Effect of static margin on performance. lift and drag determination. Navigation system. static margin and stabilization. Balanced field length. trailing edge flap configuration. Darrol Stinton D. “Aircraft Design: A Conceptual approach”. Power to climb and maneuver.PART-B Unit 5. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.. 06 Hrs Design Aspects: Avionics. Drag polar. Text Books: 1. Daniel P. 07 Hrs Static Stability Longitudinal stability. 07 Hrs Performance Estimation Take-off phases. 107 . fuel system. Flight control system. Aileron sizing. Hydraulic systems. “Design of Aircraft. Unit 6. 2001 2. Lateral and directional static stabilitycontribution of airframe components. LPE. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Free roll and braking. minimum take-off specification. Unit 7. Black Well Science. Longitudinal maneuverability. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Landing gear. 1999 Reference: 1. Unit 8. Raymer. 2nd Edition.passive lift enhancement. and weapon system interface. Introduction to Aircraft Design Cambridge University Press. Enhance lift considerations . 1992. Radar. Landing approach. 2003. ice protection systems. rudder area sizing. Active lift enhancement. Weapon systems. climb gradients. John P Fielding. Controls and Weapon Systems. 2.

receiver. and annunciation. Electrical diagram and identification scheme. Need for Avionics in civil and military aircraft.basic concept and features. Inertial Navigation units. Unit 4. Unit 6. Redundancy and failure survival. Common mode of failures and effects analysis. Circuit controlling devices. Unit 3. presentation. aircraft communication system. transmitter. Importance of Compass swing. oscillator. Unit 2. Structure of stable platform. Inertial alignment. Control Laws. Amplifier. Inertial interface system. 06 Hrs Inertial Navigation System Gyroscopic versus Inertial platform. 06 Hrs Electronic Flight Instrument Systems Display -units. PART-B Unit 5. split bus bar system. Power utilisation-typical application to avionics. Cooper Harper scale. Display of air data. Pitch and Roll rate: .AVIONICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE82 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 07 Hrs Power Distribution System Bus Bar. failure.command and response. 07 Hrs Electronic Flight Control System Fly-by-wire system: . antenna. Principles of Digital Systems Digital Computers – Microprocessors – Memories 06 Hrs 108 . Frequency response of a typical FBW actuator. special purpose cables. 07 Hrs Introduction to Avionics Sub Systems and Electronic Circuits Typical avionics subsystems.

E H J Pallett. Prentice Hall.Civil cockpit and military cockpit : MFDS. Aircraft weight 109 . D. Longman Scientific and Technical Longman Group UK Ltd. 1989. Black Well Publishing 2001 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set.H.. 06 Hrs Introduction Purpose and scope of flight testing. Pitman Publishers. sequence of flight testing.Touch screen .. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Ed. planning the test program. and fire control system. C. HOTAS Unit 8. Flight control systems. R. 2003 2.. 1987.. ‘Navigation~. Englewood Cliffs.‘ Kulwar Academic Publishers‘. Radar . basic definition. 1976. 06 Hrs Flight Deck and Cockpits Control and display technologies CRT. References 1 Middleton.‘ Aircraft Electrical System.. governing regulations. England. Navigation systems. Electrical data bus system. R P G Collinson. USA. LED. Avionics system architecture–Data buses MIL–STD 1553 B. LCD. types of flight tests. MFK. Communication Systems. N. ‘Avionics Systems‘. ELECTIVE IV (GROUP D) FLIGHT TESTING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE831 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Underdown & Tony Palmer.J. ‘Digital Avionic Systems‘. 2 Spitzer. EL and plasma panel .Unit 7..Direct voice input (DVI) .R. Text Books 1. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.‘.‘ Introduction to Avionics Systems. 07 Hrs Avionics Systems Integration Avionics equipment fit. 3. HUD. Electronic Warfare.B.

Unit 8. Landing. velocities and accelerations. Flight test procedures. 06 Hrs Performance Flight Testing -Take-Off. Dive testing for flutter. Drag estimation. 110 . Turning Flight Turning performance limitations. 07 Hrs Stability And Control . Method of reducing data uncertainty in flight test data -sources and magnitudes of error. temperature . Data reduction. 07 Hrs Stability And Control .and center of gravity. 06 Hrs Hazardous Flight Testing Sta l l and spin.Techniques and data reduction.Lateral & Directional Flight Test methods: . Radio telemetry. avoiding and minimizing errors. Unit 7. sensing and transducing techniques. Unit 4. vibration. Measurement of linear and angular displacements.Range. Level flight performance for propeller driven aircraft and for Jet aircraft . Maneuvering stability methods & data reduction. 07 Hrs Flight Test Instrumentation Planning flight test instrumentation. Endurance And Climb Airspeed – in flight calibration.Lateral and directional static stability. force. Regulations and data reduction. Range and endurance estimation of propeller and jet aircraft. procedures and data reduction. test and recovery techniques. Unit 2.regulations. vibration and buffeting. Lateral and directional dynamic stability. 06 Hrs Flying Qualities MIL and FAR regulations. 07 Hrs Performance Flight Testing . flight testing tolerances. Take-off and landing methods. Climb performance methods. Cooper-Harper scale. Unit 6.Longitudal And Manoeuvring Flight test Methods :-Static longitudinal stability .onboard and ground based data acquisition system. Pilot Rating . Unit 3. Dynamic longitudinal stability. PART B Unit 5.

crack branching. crack tip opening displacement. Crack opening displacement. Stress intensity based solutions. FRACTURE MECHANICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE832 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . Mechanisms of Fracture.A UNIT .4 Dynamic And Crack Arrest: Introduction. modern design – strengths.2003. I to IV Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. stiffness and toughness.3 Elastic – Plastic Fracture Mechanics: Introduction. the thickness effect. 06 Hours 111 .AIAA educational Series.Text Books: 1. the dynamic stress intensity and elastic energy release rate.1 Fracture Mechanics Principles: Introduction. experimental determination of J-integral. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. 07 Hours UNIT . choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.2 Stress Analysis For Members With Cracks: Linear elastic fracture mechanics. ‘Flight Testing of Fixed Wing Aircraft‘ . Flight Test Manual Vol. COD and CTOD. Reference Books: 1. Elasto–plastic factor criteria. the principles of crack arrest. The Dugdale approach. Crack tip stress and deformations. ADARD. Relation between stress intensity factor and fracture toughness. Stress intensity approach 06 Hours UNIT . Importance of R-curve in fracture mechanics. Plane stress and plane strain concepts. J-integral. a crack in structure. Ralph D Kimberlin. Crack tip plastic zone estimation. 07 Hours UNIT . the Griffith’s criterion. the dynamic fracture toughness. crack resistance curve.

Jayatilake. various test procedures. Fracture Mechanics – Fundamentals and Application.B UNIT . loading rate and plate thickness on fracture toughness. Reference Books: 1. 07 Hours UNIT . T. Printice Hall 2000. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. effect of alloying and second phase particles. the crack growth integration. London. fatigue cracking criteria. the energy domain integral. Knott. fatigue testing.PART . 4. 3.6 Fracture Resistance Of Materials: Fracture criteria. effects of temperature. Fracture of Engineering Brittle Materials. Applied Science.8 Fracture Toughness Testing Of Metals: Specimen size requirements. CRC press 1998 2. Rolfe and Barsom.5 Fatigue And Fatigue Crack Growth Rate: Fatigue loading. 07 Hours UNIT . fatigue crack growth laws. the load spectrum. finite element implementation. closure. approximation of the stress spectrum. Fracture and Fatigue Control in Structures. elemental crack advance. London 1999. NDT methods. Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics. Limitations of numerical fracture analysis. Fracture testing in shear modes. Anderson. Artinus Nijhoff. 112 . traditional methods in computational fracture mechanics – stress and displacement marching. virtual crack extension. effect of temperature.2000 2.L. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics. David Broek. various stages of crack propagation. Karen Hellan McGraw Hill Pub. Introduction to Fracture Mechanics. 06 Hours UNIT . 2001. effect of processing and anisotropy. Bureworth 2000.7 Computational Fracture Mechanics: Overview of numerical methods.

Influence of aeroelastic phenomenon on design :.flutter. control effectiveness & reversal. Rate of change of local pitching moment coefficient with aileron angle. and finite wing case. Influence coefficients. buffeting. Effect of speed on control effectiveness. 06 Hrs Static Aeroelastic Phenomena Load distribution and divergence-wing torsional divergence (two-dimensional case. Unit 3. 06 Hrs Deformation Of Airplane Structures Under Dynamic Loads Differential and Integral forms of equations of motions of vibrations. dynamic loads problems. Integration by weighting matrices. torsional and shear stiffness curves. Critical flutter speeds versus wing sweep back. PART B Unit 5. Dynamic response phenomenon -equations of disturbed motion of an elastic airplane. Natural modes and frequencies of complex airplane structures . load distribution. Influence functions.introduction. 113 . Properties of influence functions.definition and problems. & finite wing case). Critical aileron reversal speed. Prevention of Aeroelastic instabilities. 07 Hrs Control Effectiveness and Reversal Aileron effectiveness and reversal -2 dimensional case. Deformation of airplane wing.THEORY OF AEROELASTICITY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE833 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Aileron effectiveness in terms of wing -tip helix angle. 06 Hrs Introduction Aeroelasticity . Bending. Simplified elastic airplane. Strip theory. Swept wing divergence. divergence. Unit 2. Unit 4. Force and torque applied to wing. 07 Hrs Deformation of Airplane Structures Under Static Loads Deformation due to several forces. Deformation under distributed forces. Properties of influence coefficients.

Aeroelastic modes. Supersonic panel flutter. Buffeting and. Ashley.M62) 2. Bisplinghoff. Unit 8. 2. 1969). Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Vibration model similarity laws. Dimensionless form of equation of motion. Steady state aeroelastic model testing. H. (TL574. 1995. A Modern Course in Aeroelasticity. An Introduction to the Theory of Aeroelasticity. Polar plot of the damped response. mass and.. and Halfman. Y. 3rd Edition. (TL570. Coupling of bending and torsion oscillations and destabilizing effects of geometric incidences. 07 Hrs Dynamic Problems of Aeroelasticity Flutter. Curtiss Jr. Scanlan... Principles of Aeroelasticity. Single-degree-of. Fung. C. F. (TL570. Aeroelasticity. Dynamic aeroelastic model testing. 3. Flutter prevention and control. Determination of critical flutter speed. Edward Arnold. Dowell. 06 Hrs Testing Techniques Measurement of structural flexibility. D. H. Mode shapes and natural frequencies in dimensionless forms. Identification and measurement of normal modes. Aileron buzz. Model scale factors. . Scale factors. Wing bending and torsion flutter. Unit 7. L.. C. stiffness. 1962. H. Structural simulation:-shape.B623) Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Stall flutter. R. A.freedom system.A37. E. Megson THG.Flutter model similarity law. 114 .. 1955 (Dover. Dover. and Ashley. R. R. R.‘ Aircraft structures for Engineering students‘...Unit 6.. F. 1955. Flight flutter testing. E. Peters. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.. Text Books: 1..B622) Reference Books: 1.. H. Dover. Bisplinghoff. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 07 Hrs Test Model Similarities Dimensional concepts.. Measurements of natural frequencies and mode shapes. Crawley. H. and Sisto.

Flow Control Valves .4 Hydraulic Circuit Design And Analysis: Control of Single and Double Acting Hydraulic Cylinder. constructional features of poppet. Pressure control valves . symbolic representation. Linear Hydraulic Actuators [cylinders]. direct operated types and pilot operated types. Counter balance Valve Application. Piston pumps. vane. shuttle valve. Pascal’s law. Automatic cylinder reciprocating system. Pumping theory of positive displacement pumps. piston motors. applications. needle valve.A UNIT -1 Introduction to Hydraulic Power: Definition of hydraulic system. pressure and temperature compensated FCV. Speed Control of Hydraulic Motors. Hydraulic Motor Theoretical Torque. pressure compensated. Speed Control of Hydraulic Cylinder. rotary type valves solenoid and pilot operated DCV. advantages. Cylinder synchronizing circuit using different methods. Hydraulic Cylinder Sequencing Circuits. problems on pumps. Double Pump Hydraulic System. construction and working of rotary actuators such as gear. Directional Control Valves. types. Vane pumps. Accumulators. The source of Hydraulic Power: Pumps Classification pumps.compensated and non-compensated FCV. construction and working of Gear pumps.Symbolic representation. limitations. problems. Safety circuit. special types of cylinders.types. 06 Hours 115 . pump Selection factors. Locked Cylinder using Pilot check Valve. mounting arrangements. Pump Unloading Circuit. construction and applications with circuits.3 Control Components in Hydraulic Systems: Classification of control valves. problems on Pascal’s law. cushioning.HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE834 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . sliding spool. factors affecting synchronization. Hydraulic Motor Performance. structure of hydraulic control system. fixed and variable displacement pumps. Power and Flow Rate. 07 Hours UNIT -2 Hydraulic Actuators and Motors: Classification cylinder and hydraulic motors. problems on cylinders. Regenerative circuit. temperature compensated. Mechanics of Hydraulic Cylinder Loading. single and double acting cylinder. check valves. 06 Hours UNIT . Pump performance characteristics. Hydraulic circuit for force multiplication. 07 Hours UNIT . symbolic representation of hydraulic actuators (cylinders and motors).

time delay valve. Control circuitry for simple signal cylinder application.PART – B UNIT . Signal Processing Elements: Use of Logic gates . advantages. trouble shooting. Compressed Air: Production of compressed air. Regulators.5 Maintenance of Hydraulic System: Hydraulic Oils . working. Cascading methodprinciple.signal input and out put. Distribution of compressed air Piping layout.6 Introduction to Pneumatic Control: Definition of pneumatic system. Pressure dependant controls. shuttle valve. flow control valves. symbols. advantages. Signal elimination methods. Pneumatic Actuators: Linear cylinder . Time dependent controls principle. Choice of working medium. Motion and control diagrams.Compressors Preparation of compressed air-Driers. Structure of Pneumatic control System. Rod .Types. End position cushioning.OR and AND gates in pneumatic applications. limitations. Reservoir System. speed control of cylinders . Electro. Use of relay and contactors.Applications. Filters and Strainers. Sealing Devices. Conventional type of cylinderworking. fluid conditioners and FRL unit.Pneumatic Control: Principles . pilot assisted solenoid control of directional control valves. use of memory valve. Pressure switches. types and construction. Practical application examples (up to two cylinders) using cascading method (using reversing valves). 06 Hours UNIT . Filters. applications. symbols. 06 Hours 116 . pressure control valves. 3Hrs Simple Pneumatic Control: Direct and indirect actuation pneumatic cylinders. spool. Practical Examples involving the use of logic air throttling and Exhaust air throttling and Exhaust air throttling.Desirable properties. suspended seat type slide valve. practical applications. temperature control (heat exchangers).types construction and application.practical applications. general type of Fluids. Construction. Characteristic of compressed air. mounting arrangements. twin pressure valve. wear of Moving Parts due to solid -particle Contamination.Less cylinders types. Rotary cylinders. .Cylinder Application: Coordinated and sequential motion control. 07 Hours UNIT-8 Multi. 07 Hours UNIT-7 Pneumatic Control Valves: DCV such as poppet. Quick exhaust valve. seals.types .

New York 3. Point and interval estimates. cost and reliability. 06 Hrs Data & Distributions Non parametric methods. Histograms. Unit 4. S. Continuous random variables. Jaico Publishing Co Reference Books: 1. Majumdar. 2000. Bath tub curve. Power Hydraulics’ Michael J Pinches & John G Ashby. MTBF concept. Majurr. Time dependent failure rates. Anthony Esposito. Sixth edition. Constant failure rate model. ‘Hydraulic & Pneumatic Power for Production’. R. Discrete random variables. 06 Hrs Introduction Definition. Performance. ‘Oil Hydraulic systems’. Hicks” McGraw Hill. Unit 2. Unit 3. Quality. ‘Pneumatics and Hydraulics’.Text Books: 1. ‘Industrial Hydraulics’. Principles and Maintenance S. Quality measure. reliability and safety. Probability and sampling. . ‘Pneumatic Systems’. Pearson Education. Multiple sampling methods. The six Sigma Methodology. Prentice Hall RELIABILITY AND MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE835 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. 07 Hrs Reliability & Rates of Failure Reliability characterisation. Stewart 4. 117 . Probability Plotting. Harry L. Binomial distribution. Pippenger. Andrew Parr. R. 2. “Fluid Power with Applications”.2001 2. Component failures and failure modes. Normal and Lognormal Parameters. Inc. Tata McGraw Hill Publish 1995 5. 07 Hrs Quality & Its Measures Quality & reliability. Probability concept. Taguchi methodology.

. Trivedi. Idealised maintenance. Modern trends in maintenance Philosophy like BITE. ‘Reliability Engineering. Repair: revealed failures. HUM. Ungrouped data. PHI. 07 Hrs Redundancy Introduction: Active and standby redundancy.S. Case studies.‘ Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 07 Hrs Maintained Systems Types of maintenance. Testing & repair: unrevealed failures. 1994 Reference Books: 1 K. Fault tree construction. Queuing and Computer Science Applications. IRAN. Preventive maintenance. Text Book: 1 E. Prediction of maintenance schedules. Lewis. Constant failure rate models. Direct evaluation of fault tree. Reliability growth testing. 118 . Nonparametric methods. Corrective maintenance. Unit 7. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Redundancy limitations. John Wiley. Unit 6.E. 2 E Balagurswamy. 06 Hrs System Safety Analysis Product and equipment hazards. Unit 8. ‘Probability and statistics with Reliability‘. TPM etc. Environmental stress testing.PART-B Unit 5. Accelerated life testing. Human errors.Redundant components. Imperfect maintenance. Methods of analysis. Maintainability. ‘Introduction to Reliability Engineering‘. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Failure Modes and Effects Analysis. Multiply redundant system. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. 06 Hrs Reliability Testing Reliability enhancement procedures.

06 Hrs Solutions of Viscous Flow Equations Classification of solutions. Some examples of Falkner-Skan potential flows. Dimensionless parameters in viscous flow. 06 Hrs Laminar Boundary Layer Equations Dimensionless variables. Blasius solution for flat.BOUNDARY LAYER THEORY Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE836 : 04 : 52 PART A Unit 1.plate flow. Some insight into boundary layer approximations. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART B Unit 5. Concept of thermal boundary layer. Flat plate heat transfer for constant wall temperature. The kinematics properties of viscous flow. 07 Hrs Fundamental Equations of Viscous Flow Conservation of mass. Unit 3. Plane stagnation flow. Couette flow. cylinder. Unsteady duct flow between plates with bottom injection and top suction. Flat plate Integral analysis. Mathematical characterisation of basic equations. Discussion of Navier Stokes equations. Momentum and Energy thicknesses for two dimensional flows. 119 . circular pipe. 07 Hrs Introduction to Laminar Boundary Layer Laminar boundary layer equations.differential equation free of parameters. Unit 2. 06 Hrs Preliminary Concepts Some examples of viscous flow phenomena: . Boundary conditions for viscous flow problems. wall shear stress. stability of Couette flow. Similarity solutions for steady two-dimensional flow. Laminar boundary layer equations.aerofoil. Displacement thickness. Shape factor. Reynolds analogy as a function of pressure gradient. momentum and energy equations. Unit 4. Poiseuille steady flow through duct.

Pressure probes. Schlichting.R.Hill . 120 . Interferometer and Smoke method. Free turbulence: .concept of small disturbance stability. ‘Experimental methods for Engineers’. H. Transition to turbulence.jets. Ronald L. 07 Hrs Incompressible Turbulent Mean Flow Physical and mathematical description of turbulence. 2. ‘Boundary Layer Theory‘. 3.McGraw Hill. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.‘ Viscous Fluid flow‘ .. Effect of wall temperature. J. Schlieren methods for flow visualization. McGraw. Gajda. John Wiley & Sons. Affecting parameters. ‘Incompressible fluid flow‘. Turbulent flow in pipes and channels.P. Fluctuations and time averging. Frank White. Stability of Blasius and Falkner-Skan profiles.J.Hollman and W. 07 Hrs Instrumentation and Measurements: Hot wire and Hot film anemometer for turbulence measurements. 1984. Unit 8. Boundary Layer by T.Oke Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set.Hill. 5th Edition McGraw.Unit 6. 1991. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. 1979. Panton. Temporal instability and Spatial instability. Text Books: 1. 06 Hrs Transition to Turbulence Stability of laminar flows . New York. wakes and mixing layers. 3. Unit 7. 1989 Reference Books: 2. Jr.

PERT for finding expected duration of an activity and project.B UNIT -5 Pert-CPM Techniques: Introduction. 04 Hours UNIT -2 Solution Of Linear Programming Problems: The simplex method-canonical and standard form of an LP problem. surplus and artificial variables. application of transportation problem concept for maximization cases. 06 Hours 121 . Critical path method to find the expected completion time of a project. 08 Hours UNIT -4 Integer Programming: Pure and mixed integer programming problems. Fulkerson’s rule for numbering the events. degeneracy in transportation problems. 06 Hours PART. initial basic feasible solution using different methods. application to maximization cases and travelling salesman problem. empirical queuing models – M/M/1 and M/M/C models and their steady state performance analysis. models used in OR. big M method and concept of duality. characteristics and limitations of OR. application areas of OR. Assignment Problem-formulation. determining the probability of completing a project.OPERATION RESEARCH Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE837 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART. branch and bound method. Zero-One programming. steps (phases) in OR study.A UNIT -1 Introduction: Evolution of OR. types. predicting the completion time of project. dual simplex method. solution of Integer programming problems-Gomory’s all integer cutting plane method and mixed integer method. 08 Hours UNIT -6 Queuing Theory: Queuing systems and their characteristics. 08 Hours UNIT -3 Transportation Problem: Formulation of transportation problem. slack. crashing of simple projects. optimal solution by MODI method. linear programming (LP) problem-formulation and solution by graphical method. types. network construction . definition of OR. floats.rules. scope of OR. AON and AOA diagrams. Pure-birth and Pure-death models (only equations).

Ledarnath Ramanath & Co. role of quality assurance during usage of aircraft. ‘n’ jobs on ‘m’ machines. Operations Research. Operations Research. Pearson Education. New Delhi . Chand Publications. design specifications. Unit 2. Paneerselvan.8th Ed. McGraw Hill 5. sequencing ‘n’ jobs on single machine using priority rules. Sequencing 2 jobs on ‘m’ machines using graphical method. A P Verma. 2008 2. 122 .2007 2. Operations Research S. ‘n’ jobs on 3 machines. sequencing using Johnson’s rule-‘n’ jobs on 2 machines. Operations Research. manufacture in conformance with design applications. Pearson Education Refernce Books 1. P Balasubramani.UNIT -7 Game Theory: Formulation of games. A M Natarajan. 06 Hours Text Books 1. concession and deviations . Hillier and Liberman. 07 Hrs Quality Assurance during Overhaul Quality assurance during overall / repair of aircraft and its aggregates..D. dominance rule for solving mixed strategy games. graphical method of solving mixed strategy games. S K Kataria &Sons. solution of games with saddle point. types. Introduction to Operations Research. PHI 3. P K Gupta and D S Hira. Operations Research. Production permits. 2005 4. Operations Research. 2002 AEROSPACE QUALITY ASSURANCE Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE838 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 06 Hrs Quality Concepts Concepts and definition. Sharma. 06 Hours UNIT -8 Sequencing: Basic assumptions. Taha H A.

‘Quality Planning and Analysis. Evaluation of parameters affecting field performance. TQM. Frank M Gryna. Exponential Probability distribution. Quality culture. Sample size. Continuous process regulation. 2005 123 . Acceptance sampling plan. 06 Hrs Designing For Quality Early warning concepts and design assurance. Analysis of some rule to thumb. Unit 4.‘ TMH Publications. Quantitative methods of summarizing data. quality audit. Setting specification limits. Regression analysis. Feed back . Quality standards ISO 9000. 06 Hrs Quality Assurance Zero defect analogy. J M Juran. Normal curve. 07 Hrs Manufacture & Reliability Prediction Initial planning for qualities. PART B Unit 5. 06 Hrs Quality Control Units of measure. 07 Hrs Probability Concepts Concept of variation. Unit 8. Unit 6. Quality organizational set up in production / repair / operational set up. measuring actual performance. Fault Tree Analysis. Unit 7. Binomial distribution. Process quality audits. Design for Time. Strategic quality management. Failure patterns. Predicting reliability during design. Role of quality director. quality circles. Self inspection. FMECA. Sampling plot. Weibull probability distribution. Six Sigma. Designing for basic function requirements.Unit 3. Designing for maintainability. Field data.Oriented performance. Test & Measurements Sampling risk. CMM. Poisson distribution. Scope for data analysis. Text Books: 1. Exponential formula. bench marking. 07 Hrs Inspection. Designing for safety.

Flight report. Mel. Unit 3. Parga man Publishers. Preparation and use of cockpit checklist and emergency list.R. Analytical study of in-flight readings & recordings.Reference Books: 1. ‘Quality Assurance Management‘. Series ‘B’ – Issue Approval of Cockpit Check List. 3. 07 Hrs C. Manual for TQM‘. ‘Aircraft production technology and Management. 124 . M Fox.A. 06 Hrs C. S C Keshu and K K Ganapathi. Reporting and rectification of defects observed on aircraft. Series ‘C’ – Defect Recording. McGraw Hill Publications 2. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. Airworthiness regulations and safety oversight of engineering activities of operators. investigation. Unit 2.A. Monitoring.R.1993 Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set.R.. Series ‘A’ – Procedure for Civil Air Worthiness Requirements and Responsibility Operators Vis-À-Vis Air Worthiness Directorate Responsibilities of operators / owners. Cdl: Deficiency list (MEL & CDL). 06 Hrs C. ELECTIVE V (GROUP E) AIRCRAFT SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE841 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. rectification and analysis. ‘ISO 9000 A. Maintenance control by reliability Method. Objectives and targets of airworthiness directorate. Investigation and Reporting Defect recording. reporting.Procedure of CAR issue. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions.A. Oalela. ‘ Interline Publishers. amendments etc.

C. Unit 7. Weight and balance control of an aircraft. Series ‘E’ – Approval of Organizations Approval of organizations in categories A.R. 07 Hrs C.A. TBO – Revision programme. Requirements for renewal of Certificate of Airworthiness.R. Use furnishing materials in an aircraft. E. Concessions.A. Procedure for issue / revalidation of Type Certificate of aircraft and its engines / propeller. 06 Hrs C. New Delhi 2000. Unit 6. Fixing routine maintenance periods and component TBOs – Initial & revisions. Series ‘F’ – Air Worthiness And Continued Air Worthiness: Procedure relating to registration of aircraft.R.R. Flight testing of aircraft for which C of A had been previously issued. & G . 07 Hrs C. PART B Unit 5. Unit 8. F. Document to be carried on board on Indian registered aircraft. Procedure for issue of tax permit. Procedure for issue of type approval of aircraft components and equipment including instruments.Requirements of infrastructure at stations other than parent base.A. Aircraft log books. 06 Hrs C. Mandatory Modifications / Inspections. Maintenance of fuel and oil uplift and consumption records – Light aircraft engines. 171. The English Book Store. Series ‘D’ – And Aircraft Maintenance Programmes Reliability Programmes (Engines). 07 Hrs C. On condition maintenance of reciprocating engines. Connaught Circus. Text Books: 1. B.A.Unit 4.R. Aircraft maintenance programme & their approval. 125 . Issue / revalidation of Certificate of Airworthiness. its classification and experience requirements. “Civil Aviation Requirements with latest Amendment (Section 2 Airworthiness)” – Published by DGCA.A. D. Series ‘T’&’X’ Flight testing of (Series) aircraft for issue of C of A. Registration Markings of aircraft. Provision of first aid kits & Physician’s kit in an aircraft. Series ‘L’&’M’ Issue of AME Licence.

Unit 2. PART B Unit 5. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. 07 Hrs Other Guidance Systems Gyros and stabilised platforms. The English Book Store.References: 1. MTI and Pulse Doppler radar. Imaging Infrared guidance. Moving target detector. Connaught Circus. Components of Inertial Navigation System. Air data information. 07 Hrs Radar Systems Principle of working of radar. New Delhi. Conical scan and sequential lobbing. 17-1.Inertial guidance and Laser based guidance. 126 . Limitation of MTI performance. 06 Hrs Tracking With Radar Mono pulse tracking. guidance and control. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. Automatic tracking with surveillance radar (ADT) Unit 4. Satellite navigation. Introduction to basic principles. GUIDANCE AND NAVIGATION Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE842 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. 06 Hrs Transfer Functions Input-output Transfer function. GPS. MTI from a moving platform (AMTI) Unit 3. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Concepts of Open loop and Close Loop. 06 Hrs Introduction Concepts of navigation. “Aircraft Manual (India) Volume” – Latest Edition. Basic altitude reference.

information.Unit 6. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B. data. Bank to turn missile guidance Unit 8. Longitudinal flight control system. John H Blakelock. Rate of change of Euler angle . May 1990. Comparison of guidance system performance. Control of aerodynamic missile.B. 2nd Edition 2006.A UNIT .1 The Information Age: An Overview: The purpose.‘ Introduction to Radar Systems‘. and information systems and their types. 05 Hours 127 . 2. Missile parameters for dynamic analysis. web empowered enterprises. 06 Hrs Missile Guidance Proportional navigation guidance. Skolnik. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 07 Hrs Integrated Flight/Fire Control System Director fire control system. Auto Pilot Text Books: 1.‘ Automatic control of Aircraft & Missiles‘. TMH publication. 2nd edition. 3. information systems in business functions. ‘Navigation‘. ethical and societal issues. Underdown & Tony Palmer. R. Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. Nagaraj. Roll stabilisation. Unit 7. Missile autopilot schematics. Merrilh I. 3rd edition. N. Acceleration command and root locus. Wile – Inter Science Publication. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE843 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . 2001. command guidance. 07 Hrs Missile Control System Guided missile concept. Elements of Electronic Navigation. Tracking control laws. 2001. Lateral flight control system. Reference Books: 1. Black Well Publishing.S. Tata Mc Graw Hill .

Acquisition. language translation. systems development life cycle. Future of Networking Technologies. knowledge management. ethical issues – IS professionals certification. 05 Hours UNIT . supply chain management. licensing applications.8 Choices in Systems Acquisition: Options and Priorities. Bandwidths and Media. Challenges of Global Information Systems – Multinational organizations. and Control: Systems Planning and Development – Planning Information systems. Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management – Date Mining and online analysis. open source software. storage media. expert systems. networks. protocols. 06 Hours 128 . ethical issuescomputer use policies for employees.7 Planning. finance. Business Functions and Supply Chains – effectiveness and efficiency. 08 Hours UNIT . user application development.4 Business Networks and Telecommunication: Telecommunication in Business and Daily Use.5 Web Enabled Commerce: Web enabled enterprises – web business and technologies. 06 Hours UNIT . software as a service. Enterprise resource planning. Telecommuting – pros and cons. engineering. Achieving a competitive advantage. outsourcing. internet networking services.2 Strategic Uses of Information Systems: Strategies and Strategic moves. creating and maintaining strategic information systems. decision support systems. 07 hours UNIT . Human resource management. accounting. systems integration. compilers and interpreters. international commerce. and purchasing. geographical systems. agile methods.6 Decision Support and Business intelligence: Decision support and expert systems – decision support and decision making process. structured and unstructured problems. ethical issues. system software.B UNIT . web enabled business. 08 Hours PART . software licensing. 07 Hours UNIT .3 Information Technology: Business Hardware – components. ethical issues. classification of computers. output devices.UNIT .. Business Software – programming languages and software development tools.

scalability of project tools. 08 Hours 129 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 . communication planning. characteristics of projects. Constructing Work Breakdown Structures – scope planning. PROJECT MANAGEMENT Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE844 : 04 : 52 PART . ISBN 81-203-1180-9 3. McGraw Hill.Text Book 1. Laudon & Laudon. financial mode / scoring models to select projects. Cengage Learning.. work breakdown structures (WBS). understand projects. 9th Ed.Sadagopan. understanding stake holders. securing and negotiating projects. project meeting management. scope definition. prioritizing projects. James A O’Brien. communication technologies. 1998 Ed. 05 Hours UNIT 3 Planning Projects: Introduction. types of projects. Management Information systems. Management Information Systems. Prentice Hall of India. Using Microsoft project for work breakdown structures. S. Management Information Systems. communication needs of global and virtual project teams. Management Information Systems. Information systems for Modern management G. portfolio alignment – identifying potential projects. developing the project management plan. INDIA EDITION. Effy Oz. Reference Books: 1. Irwin.A UNIT 1 Introduction: Definition of project. 04 Hours UNIT 2 Project Selection And Prioritization – Strategic planning process. 2009. methods of selecting projects. ISBN 81-203-1282-1 2. project roles.R.Murdick PHI 2002. 2. Strategic analysis. PHI 1998 Ed. strategic objectives.

using Microsoft Project for project baselines. establishing cost control. using Microsoft Project for Project Budgets. Internal project. resource overloads. CBS publication. cost estimating. project supply chain management. Gantt Chart. 06 Hours Text Book: 1. creating staffing management plant. celebrate success and reward participant. cost budgeting. uncertainty in project schedules. 130 . estimate resource needs. finish projects on time. secure customer feedback and approval. project quality tools. managing and leading the project team. provide ongoing support. customer. developing. Finishing the project: Terminate project early. project ream composition issues. 08 hours UNIT 6 Project Risk Planning: Risk Management Planning. Cengage Learning. Project Management. risk response planning. contact types. Edition 2009. 07 Hours UNIT 8 Determining Project Progress and Results: Project Balanced Scorecard Approach. Project Quality Planning and Project Kickoff: Development of quality concepts. managing stakeholders. assign resource to each activity. project quality management plan. kickoff project. 08 Hours PART . Timothy J Kloppenborg. critical chain project management (CCPM). 2.B UNIT 5 Resourcing Projects: Abilities needed when resourcing projects. perform administrative and contract closure. Project Management.Plan purchasing and acquisitions. Using Microsoft Project for critical path schedules. baseline and communicate project management plan. how project schedules are limited and created. compress the project schedule. knowledge management. A systems approach to planning schuduing and controlling by Harold kerzner. Leading and Managing Project Teams – Acquiring. risk analysis. develop project schedules. project partnering and collaborations. Using Microsoft Project to monitor and control projects. plan contracting. Using Microsoft Project for resource allocation. historical development.UNIT 4 Scheduling Projects: purpose of a project schedule. Budgeting Projects: Cost planning. risk identification. 06 Hours UNIT 7 Performing Projects: Project supply chain management: . financial issues. managing project conflicts.

METAL PARTS: Producibility requirements in the design of machine components. forging design. Project Management. Renard series. Patal. Project Management. product strategies. tension vis-à-vis compression. the Morphology of design(The seven phases). non-traditional machining processes. Bhavesh M. UNIT-2 6 Hours PRODUCT DESIGN PRACTICE AND INDUSTRY: Introduction. rubber. Design by Evolution. Pennington Lawrence. Vikas publishing House. primary processes. Essential Factors of Product design. criteria and objectives of design. functional design practice. Project Management Refer. The S’s Standardization . simplification. ceramics and wood: approach to design with plastics bush 131 . Designing with plastic. analysis of the product. A Moder Joseph and Phillips New Yark Van Nostrand. pressed components design. role of aesthetics in product design. and design for machining ease. PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE845 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART –A UNIT-1 6 Hours INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCT DESIGN: Asimow’s model: Definition of product design. Flow and value addition in the Production-Consumption Cycle. Production-Consumption Cycle. Review of production process: Introduction. machining process. UNIT-4 7 Hours DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION. balanced design. 3. Mc Graw hill 2. Primary design phases and flowcharting. time to market. process capability and tolerance in detailed design & assembly.Reference Books: 1. STIFFNESS AND RIGIDITY CONSIDERATIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN: Principal stress trajectories (force-flow lines). UNIT-3 7 Hours REVIEW OF STRENGTH. ease of location casting and special casting. Reinhold. role of allowance. the role of process engineer. casting design. material toughness: resilience designing for uniform strength. Design by Innovation.

Creativity. UNIT – 8 8 Hours VALUE ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT DESIGN: Introduction. New Product Development. Normal degree of value. the design of displays. UNIT – 7 6 Hours HUMAN ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS IN PRODUCT DESGN: Introduction. Economic analysis. Anthropometry. material and Process selection in value Engineering. N. Historical perspective. A. mc 1997 2.C. ceramic and glass parts. 1990 132 . Linear Programming (Simplex Method). Optimisation by Differential Calculus. Karl T. Lagrange Multipliers. Steps to problems –solving and value analysis. Break – even Analysis. 3rd Edition. Economic pf a New Product Design. Profit and Competitiveness. design recommendations for rubber parts.Ulrich & Steven D. 2003 Reference Books: 1. The Design of Controls. Reliability and Environmental Considerations. Jon eiley & Sons. New Product Development. rubber parts. PART –B UNIT – 5 6 Hours OPTMIZATION IN DESIGN: Introduction. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Epinger. Human being as Applicator of forces. what is value? Nature and measurement of value. Modern approaches to product design: Concurrent design and Quality Function Deployment (QFD) Text Books: 1. UNIT – 6 6 Hours ECONOMIC FACTOR INFLUENCING DESIGN: Product value. Geometric Programming. Oxford. Design for safety. Gupta. Siddal’s Classification of Design Approaches.C. Man/Machine information exchange. gears in plastics. Roland Engene Kinetovecz. Product Design & Development. Chitale and R. The value analysis job plan. Man as occupant of space.bearings. Importance of value. Value Engineering idea Generation Check – list Cost Reduction through value engineering case study on Tap Switch Control Assembly. Product Design and Manufacturing. PHI 4th Edition. Design & Analysis . Manufacturing Operations in relation to Design. Tim Jones Butterworth Heinmann. Inc.Y. Value analysis Test. 2007 2. Johnson’s Method Optimum Design.

Types of Learning. Constraint Satisfaction. Forward Vs Backward reasoning.2 Space Representation: Defining a problem. Instance and Isa relationships. DENDRAL. 06 Hours 133 . Resolution. Shafer Theory.1 Artificial Intelligence: Introduction.ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE846 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART . 07 Hours UNIT . Production systems and its characteristics. Expert System Shells. Means – Ends Analysis. Problem reduction. Hill Climbing.3 Knowledge Representation Issues: Representations and Mappings.7 Typical Expert Systems: MYCIN. Types of knowledge – Procedural Vs Declarative. Introduction to knowledge Acquisition. Search and Control strategies – Generate and Test. definition.A UNIT . 06 Hours UNIT . Certainity factors and Rule based systems. ETC. Logic programming. Fuzzy Logic. underlying assumption. PROSPECTOR. Syntax and Semantics for Prepositional logic. Bayesian Networks. 07 Hours UNIT . Representing and using domain knowledge.6 Expert Systems: Structure and uses. importance f A1. AI and related fields.4 Use Of Predicate Logic: Representing simple facts. Variants of MYCIN. Matching.5 Statistical And Probabilistic Reasoning: Symbolic reasoning under uncertainty. PUFF. recognizing and understanding speech.B UNIT . Pattern recognition Learning classification patterns. FQPL and properties of Wffs. 06 Hours PART . Conversion to Clausal form. Natural deduction. Best – first Search. 07 Hours UNIT . 07 Hours UNIT . Probability and Bayes’ theorem.

Reference Books: 1. 8 Hours UNIT . Science & Industry.A. 1986 4. Rachet & Pawl.UNIT . WIP ratio. Buffer storage. Transfer Mechanism-Linear-Walking beam. Springer Verlag.. Prentice Hall of India. objectives. Rotaryrack and pinion. Quality.A. Work-inprocess. Waterman. 6 Hours UNIT . 2. 06 Hours Text Books: 1. 2. D. production rate. processing in manufacturing. lower bound approach and problems. A guide to expert systems. TIP ratio. Automation for machining operation. Intelligent Editors. Problems using mathematical model equations. 1983 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE847 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART-A UNIT . Utilization and availability.3 Analysis Of Automated Flow Line & Line Balancing: General terminology and analysis.. Hayes. Checker Playing Examples. Waterman. safety. Berlin. 1981. 1999. synchronous. Building expert systems. Dan W. Ranch 3. capacity. Elaine Rich & Kevin Knight. D. components of operation time. Introduction to AI & ES. Pallet fixtures. Analysis of Tranfer Line without storage upper bound approach. Work part transport-continuous. Artificial Intelligence in business. M/H 1983. Analysis of Transfer lines with storage 134 . Patterson. Automation definition. Addison – Wesley. CIM.8 Introduction To Machine Learning: Perceptrons.. Genetic Algorithms. Production concepts. Types of automation. Geneva wheel. Wendy B. control functionssequence. Artificial Intelligence. Intermittent.2 High Volume Production System: Introduction Automated flow line-symbols. roller chain drive. Learning Automata. Mathematical Models-Manufacturing lead time. 3rd Ed. Addison – Wesley inc.1 Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems: Introduction. Roth. Principles of Artificial Intelligence.

CNC machining centers. Capacity planning. line balancing problem. Selectors. Kilbridge and Westers method. part feeder. Robot motion. fundamental steps involved in development of part programming for milling and turning. System management. Balance delay methods of line balancing-largest Candidate rule. flow lines with more than two stages. buffer capacity with simple problem. Production system & Computer Integrated manufacturing. 6 Hours UNIT . precedence constraints. Robot sensors and Robot applications. Automation. escapement and placement analysis of Multistation Assembly Machine analysis of single station assembly. Vehicle guidance and routing. 6 Hours Text Books: 1.7 CNC Machining Centers: Introduction to CNC. 135 . Parts feeding devices-elements of parts delivery system-hopper. Material requirement planning. 2007 2nd edition.4 Minimum Rational Work Element: Work station process time. Groover Person India. 8 Hours UNIT . Quantitative analysis of AGV’s with numerical problems and application. programming of Robots end effectors. 6 Hours UNIT . Numerical problems covering L above methods and computerized line balancing. part programming. Kant Vajpayee. types of automated assembly system. Automated Guided Vehicle System: Introduction.6 Computerized Manufacturing Planning System: Introduction. Precedence diagram. 6 Hours PART-B UNIT . Fundamental concepts of MRP inputs to MRP. P.8 Robotics: Introduction to Robot configuration. feed back. Principles of Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Cycle time. 2. Ranked positional weight method. elements of CNC. Retrieval types of process planning. Effect of storage. S. Computer Aided Process Planning.5 Automated Assembly Systems: Design for automated assembly systems. Generative type of process planning. M. Manual Assembly lines. 6 Hours UNIT .buffer. Prentice Hall India. Partial automationwith numerical problems.

W. Electro-hydraulic. Rehg & Henry. Power packs. deicing and anti-icing system. Crew escape aids. A. Conventional Systems. Fire detection. Engine oils and a typical lubricating system. Unit 4.warning and suppression. 06 Hrs Environmental Control and Emergency Systems Air-conditioning system. Fuel control unit. 2. Use of bleed air. Emergency lowering of landing gear and braking. Unit 3. AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND INSTRUMENTATION Sub Code Hrs/ Week Total Hours : 10AE848 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 100 PART A Unit 1. CADlCAM by Zeid. Power assisted and fully powered flight controls. vapour cycle system. Hydraulic system and components. Tata McGraw Hill. Engine starting sequence.Reference Books: 1. Advanced actuation concepts. 06 Hrs Flight Control Systems Primary and secondary flight controls. Pneumatic system and components. J. 136 . 07 Hrs Mechanical Systems Hydraulic fluid. Flight control linkage system. Hydraulic actuators. Unit 2.Retraction mechanism. Fuel pumps-classification. Shock absorbers . Study of typical workable system. Power control unit – Mechanical. Kraebber . Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Starting and Ignition systems. 07 Hrs Aircraft Fuel and Engine Systems Characteristics of aircraft fuel system. Gravity feed and pressure feed. A generalized fuel system.

J. Drift. S. Coulthard. R. 2005. 1995. Himalayan Books. William A Neese. 2001. Turn and Bank Indicator. 07 Hrs Air Data Instruments Basic air data system and probes. Himalayan Books. Navigation instruments. Indian reprint 1996. IV)‘. and Electric. Instruments -Pneumatic. Fuel quantity. 137 . Students have to answer any FIVE full questions out of EIGHT questions. McGraw-Hill. ‘Aircraft Hydraulic Systems‘. Text Books 1. 3. stall warning. 1997. “Gas Turbine Technology”.RPM. INSTRUMENTS’.‘ Pneumatic Systems‘. Electrical and Avionics-Subsystem Integration‘.. and vibrations. Ian Moir and Allan Seabridge.H. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. 3. altitude alerting system. choosing at least 2 questions from part A and 2 questions from part B.‘ Aircraft Systems: Mechanical. 4.PART B Unit 5. Gyroscopic flight. W. Barometric pressure sensing.. 2006. 06 Hrs Engine Instruments Study of various types of engine instruments. Unit 7. Hydraulic and Engine instruments Unit 6. Instrumentation grouping. Limitations of a free gyroscope. 07 Hrs Gyroscopic Flight Instruments The gyroscope and its properties. “Aircraft Instruments and Integrated Systems”. Pallet. Scheme of Examination: Four questions from Part A and Four questions from Part B to be set. 2. 6th Edition. Air data alerting systemangle of attack sensing. E.‘ The aircraft Engineers Handbook. S R Majumdar. Longman Scientific and Technical. Treager. Direction indicator. Unit 8. Sloley and W. AIAA Educational Series. Lalit Gupta and O P Sharma. Temperature. Sterling Book House. panels & layouts. H.‘ Aircraft Systems (Fundamentals of Flight Vol. Mach meter. Altimeter. Mach warning. Air speed indicator. Radio instruments. 2. Pressure. No 4. 2007. 06 Hrs Aircraft Instruments Instruments displays. Vertical speed indicator. Fuel flow.. References 1.