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: 06AL51 : 04 : 52 PART - A MANAGEMENT UNIT - 1 MANAGEMENT: Introduction – Meaning – nature and characteristics of Management, Scope and Functional areas of management – Management as a science, art of profession – Management & Administration – Roles of Management, Levels of Management, Development of Management Thought – early management approaches – Modern management approaches. 7 Hours UNIT - 2 PLANNING: Nature, importance and purpose of planning process – Objectives – Types of plans (Meaning Only) – Decision making – Importance of planning – steps in planning & planning premises – Hierarchy of plans. 6 Hours UNIT - 3 ORGANIZING AND STAFFING: Nature and purpose of organization – Principles of organization – Types of organization – Departmentation – Committees- Centralization Vs Decentralization of authority and responsibility – Span of control – MBO and MBE (Meaning Only) Nature and importance of staffing–Process of Selection & Recruitment (in brief). 6 Hours UNIT - 4 DIRECTING & CONTROLLING: Meaning and nature of directing – Leadership styles, Motivation Theories, Communication – Meaning and importance – coordination, meaning and importance and Techniques of Co – Ordination. Meaning and steps in controlling – Essentials of a sound control system – Methods of establishing control (in brief). 7 Hours PART - B ENTREPRENEURSHIP UNIT - 5 ENTREPRENEUR: Meaning of Entrepreneur; Evolution of the Concept, Functions of an Entrepreneur, Types of Entrepreneur, Intrapreneur - an emerging Class. Concept of Entrepreneurship – Evolution of
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Entrepreneurship, Development of Entrepreneurship; Stages in entrepreneurial process; Role of entrepreneurs in Economic Development; Entrepreneurship in India; Entrepreneurship – its Barriers. 6 Hours UNIT - 6 SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: Definition; Characteristics; Need and rationale; Objectives; Scope; role of SSI in Economic Development. Advantages of SSI Steps to start and SSI – Government policy towards SSI; Different Policies of SSI; Government Support for SSI during 5 year plans. Impact of Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization on SSI Effect of WTO/GATT Supporting Agencies of Government for SSI, Meaning, Nature of support; Objectives; Functions; Types of Help; Ancillary Industry and Tiny Industry (Definition Only) 7 Hours UNIT - 7 INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT: Different Schemes; TECKSOK; KIADB; KSSIDC; KSIMC; DIC Single Window Agency; SISI; NSIC; SIDBI; KSFC. 7 Hours UNIT - 8 PREPARATION OF PROJECT: Meaning of Project; Project Identification; Project Selection; Project Report; Need and Significance of Report; Contents; Formulation; Guidelines by Planning Commission for Project report; Network Analysis; Errors of Project Report; Project Appraisal. Identification of business opportunities: Market Feasibility Study; Technical Feasibility Study; Financial Feasibility Study & Social Feasibility Study. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Principles of Management – P.C.Tripathi, P.N.Reddy – Tata McGraw Hill, 2. Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Development & Management – Vasant Desai – Himalaya Publishing House 3. Entrepreneurship Development – Poornima.M.Charantimath – Small Business Enterprises – Pearson Education – 2006 (2 & 4). REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Management Fundamentals – Concepts, Application, Skill Development – Robers Lusier – Thomson – 2. Entrepreneurship Development – S.S.Khanka – S.Chand & Co. 3. Management – Stephen Robbins – Pearson Education/PHI – 17th Edition, 2003.
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DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS-I Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME52 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

and Design of Splines. Couplings: Rigid and Flexible Couplings: Flange Coupling, Bush and Pin type Coupling and Oldham’s Coupling. 7 Hours UNIT - 7 RIVETED AND WELDED JOINTS: Types, Rivet Materials, Failures of Riveted Joints, Joint Efficiency, Boiler Joints, Tank and Structural Joints, Riveted Brackets. Welded Joints – Types, Strength of Butt and Fillet welds, Eccentrically loaded Welded Joints. 7 Hours UNIT - 8 POWER SCREWS: Mechanics of Power Screw, Stresses in Power Screws, Efficiency and Self-locking, Design of Power Screw, Design of Screw Jack: (Complete Design). 5 Hours DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS: 1. Design Data Hand Book – K. Lingaiah, McGraw Hill, 2nd Ed. 2003. 2. Design Data Hand Book – K. Mahadevan and Balaveera Reddy, CBS Publication 3. Machine Design Data Hand Book – H.G. Patil, Shri Shashi Prakashan, Belgaum. 4. PSG Design Data Handbook PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanical Engineering Design: Joseph E Shigley and Charles R. Mischke. McGraw Hill International edition, 6th Edition 2003. 2. Design of Machine Elements: V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2nd Edition 2007. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Machine Design: Robert L. Norton, Pearson Education Asia, 2001. 2. Design of Machine Elements: M. F. Spotts, T. E. Shoup, L. E. Hornberger, S. R. Jayram and C. V. Venkatesh, Pearson Education, 2006. 3. Machine Design: Hall, Holowenko, Laughlin (Schaum’s Outlines series) Adapted by S.K. Somani, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, Special Indian Edition, 2008. 4. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design: Robert C. Juvinall and Kurt M Marshek, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 3rd Edition, 2007.

PART - A UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION: Definitions: Normal, Shear, Biaxial and Tri Axial Stresses, Stress Tensor, Principal Stresses. Engineering Materials and their Mechanical properties, Stress-Strain diagrams, Stress Analysis, Design considerations: Codes and Standards. 5 Hours UNIT - 2 DESIGN FOR STATIC & IMPACT STRENGTH: Static Strength: Static loads and Factor of Safety, Theories of failure. Maximum Normal Stress Theory, Maximum Shear Stress Theory, Distortion Energy Theory; Failure of Brittle Materials, Failure of Ductile Materials. Stress Concentration, Determination of Stress Concentration Factor. Impact Strength: Introduction, Impact Stresses due to Axial, Bending and Torsional loads, Effect of Inertia. 7 Hours UNIT - 3 DESIGN FOR FATIGUE STRENGTH: Introduction- S-N Diagram, Low Cycle Fatigue, High Cycle Fatigue, Endurance Limit, Endurance Limit. Modifying Factors: Size effect, Surface effect, Stress Concentration effects. Fluctuating Stresses, Goodman and Soderberg relationship; Stresses due to Combined Loading, Cumulative Fatigue Damage. 8 Hours UNIT - 4 THREADED FASTENERS: Stresses in Threaded Fasteners, Effect of Initial Tension, Design of Threaded Fasteners under Static, Dynamic and Impact loads, Design of Eccentrically loaded Bolted Joints. 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 DESIGN OF SHAFTS: Torsion of Shafts, Design for strength and Rigidity with Steady loading, ASME & BIS codes for Power Transmission shafting, Shafts under Fluctuating loads and Combined loads. 7 Hours UNIT - 6 COTTER JOINT AND KNUCKLE JOINTS, KEYS AND COUPLINGS: Design of Cotter and Knuckle Joints, Keys: Types of keys, Design of Keys
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DYNAMICS OF MACHINES Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME53 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

PART - A UNIT - 1 STATIC FORCE ANALYSIS: Static Force Analysis: Introduction: Static Equilibrium. Equilibrium of Two and Three Force Members. Members with Two Forces and Torque, Free Body Diagrams, Principle of Virtual Work. Static Force Analysis of Four Bar Mechanism and Slider-Crank Mechanism with and without friction. 6 Hours UNIT - 2 Dynamic Force Analysis: D’Alembert’s Principle, Inertia Force, Inertia Torque, Dynamic Force Analysis of Four-Bar Mechanism and Slider Crank Mechanism. Dynamically Equivalent Systems. Turning Moment Diagrams and Flywheels, Fluctuation of Energy. Determination of size of flywheels. 8 Hours UNIT - 3 FRICTION AND BELT DRIVES: Definitions: Types of Friction: Laws of friction, Friction in Pivot and Collar Bearings. Belt Drives: Flat Belt Drives, Ratio of Belt Tensions, Centrifugal Tension, Power Transmitted. 6 Hours UNIT - 4 BALANCING OF ROTATING MASSES: Static and Dynamic Balancing, Balancing of Single Rotating Mass by Balancing Masses in Same plane and in Different planes. Balancing of Several Rotating Masses by Balancing Masses in Same plane and in Different planes. 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 BALANCING OF RECIPROCATING MASSES: Inertia Effect of Crank and Connecting rod, Single Cylinder Engine, Balancing in Multi Cylinderinline engine (Primary & Secondary forces), V-type Engine; Radial Engine – Direct and Reverse Crank Method. 8 Hours UNIT - 6 GOVERNORS: Types of Governors; Force Analysis of Porter and Hartnell Governors. Controlling Force, Stability, Sensitiveness, Isochronism, Effort and Power 6 Hours
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UNIT - 7 GYROSCOPE: Vectorial Representation of Angular Motion, Gyroscopic Couple. Effect of Gyroscopic Couple on Ship, Plane Disc, Aeroplane, Stability of Two Wheelers and Four Wheelers. 6 Hours UNIT - 8 ANALYSIS OF CAMS: Analysis of Tangent Cam with Roller Follower and Circular Arc Cam Operating Flat Faced and Roller Followers, Undercutting in Cams. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Theory of Machines: Sadhu Singh, Pearson Education, 2nd edition, 2007. 2. Theory of Machines: Rattan S.S. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, 2nd Edition, 2006. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Theory of Machines, Thomas Bevan, CBS Publication 1984. 2. Design of Machinery, Robert L. Norton, McGraw Hill, 2001. 3. Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery, J. Srinivas, Scitech Publications, Chennai, 2002.

ENERGY ENGINEERING Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME54 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

PART - A UNIT - 1 STEAM POWER PLANT: Different Types of Fuels used for steam generation, Equipment for burning coal in lump form, strokers, different types, Oil burners, Advantages and Disadvantages of using pulverized fuel, Equipment for preparation and burning of pulverized coal, unit system and bin system. Pulverized fuel furnaces, cyclone furnace, Coal and ash handling, Generation of steam using forced circulation, high and supercritical pressures. 7 Hours UNIT - 2 A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF BENSON, VELOX SCHMIDT STEAM GENERATORS. Chimneys: Natural, forced, induced and balanced draft, Calculations and numericals involving height of chimney to produce a given
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Nuclear fuels used in the reactors.3 DIESEL ENGINE POWER PLANT: Applications of Diesel Engines in Power field. intake and exhaust system. Rankine cycle. BIO CHEMICAL ROUTE: Biogas production from organic wastes by anaerobic fermentation. New Delhi. control rod.B UNIT . Elements of the nuclear reactor. availability of wind energy in India. medium and high head plants. moderator. unit hydrograph and numericals. photosynthetic oxygen production. McGraw Hill. 1996 3. harnessing tidal energy. problems associated with geothermal conversion. types of gasifiers. Shieldings. P. major problems associated with wind power. WIND ENERGY: Properties of wind. Oil heaters. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Power Plant Engineering. filters. Sodium graphite reactor. problems associated with OTEC. limitations. control of superheaters. centrifuges. surge tanks. 6 Hours UNIT . Types of wind machines and their characteristics. Boiling water reactor. Rajput. G D Rai Khanna Publishers. water hammer. Desuperheater. classification of bio gas plants. Domakundawar. gates and valves. OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION: Principle of working. A. Dhanpath Rai sons. coefficient of performance of a wind mill rotor [Numerical Examples]. 2003 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. energy plantation.4 HYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANTS: Hydrographs. Non conventional Energy sources. pumped storage plants. factors affecting bio gas generation. scope of geothermal energy. types of geothermal station with schematic diagram. Layout of diesel power plant. wind velocity and power from wind. 6 Hours UNIT . THERMO CHEMICAL ROUTE: Thermo chemical conversion on bio mass. 4. Power Plant Engineering.2007 11 12 . wind machines. Power Plant Engineering.6 SOLAR ENERGY: Solar Extra terrestrial radiation and radiation at the earth surface. Fusion and fission reactions. K. low.5 Nuclear Power Plant: Principles of release of nuclear energy. Method of starting Diesel engines. Culp Jr. Penstock.8 ENERGY FROM BIO MASS: Photosynthesis. Auxiliaries like cooling and lubrication system. 2. General layout of hydel power plants. radiation-measuring instruments. Laxmi publication.7 TIDAL POWER: Tides and waves as energy suppliers and their mechanics. 8 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Storage and pondage. solar pond and photovoltaic conversion [Numerical Examples]. GEOTHERMAL ENERGY CONVERSION: Principle of working. fundamental characteristics of tidal power. R.. Accessories for the Steam generators such as Superheaters. fuel rods. 7 Hours UNIT . Economizers. coolants. working principles of solar flat plate collectors. Principles of Energy conversion. horizontal and vertical axis wind mills. Radio active waste disposal. Cooling towers and Ponds. Air pre-heaters and re-heaters.draft. K. 2. flow duration and mass curves. Brief description of reactors of the following types-Pressurized water reactor. Homogeneous graphite reactor and gas cooled reactor. Nag Tata McGraw Hill 2nd edn 2001. Fast Breeder reactor. Multiplication and thermal utilization factors. Radiation hazards. Non conventional resources: B H Khan TMH . 6 Hours PART . W.

radial equilibrium conditions. types of draft tubes. “Turbines.6 CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS: Definition of terms used in the design of centrifugal pumps like manometric head. Theoretical head – capacity relationship. Diffuser design: Flow in the vaneless space. Classification: Application of First and Second Laws to Turbomachines. Vane efficiency.TURBOMACHINES Subject Code No.A UNIT . Surging of centrifugal compressors. Impulse Staging – Condition fo maximum utilization factor for multi stage turbine with equiangular blades. Francis turbine – velocity triangles. New Age International Publishers (P) Ltd. of Lecture Hrs. G. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. “Principles of Turbo Machinery”. volumetric efficiency. Expansion Process – Overall isentropic efficiency for a turbine. Illustrative examples on dimensional analysis and model studies. V. 6 Hours UNIT . : 06ME55 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Single stage impulse turbine. General analysis of a Turbo machine – effect of blade discharge angle on energy transfer and degree of reaction.4 THERMODYNAMICS OF FLUID FLOW AND THERMODYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF COMPRESSION AND EXPANSION PROCESSES: Sonic velocity and Mach number. stage efficiency. method of compounding. Reaction turbine. Alternate form of Euler turbine equation – components of energy transfer. Comparison and relation between stage efficiency and overall efficiency for expansion process. NPSH. Expression for overall pressure ratio developed. Stage efficiency for a turbine. volumetric efficiency. Tata-McGraw Hill Co. reaction staging. delivery head. General analysis of centrifugal pumps and compressors – Effect of blade discharge angle on performance. Function of a Draft tube. Comparison and relation between overall efficiency and stage efficiency. pressure rise. Yahya. Blade angles at impeller eye root and eye tip. Efficiencies. 6 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . Stagnation and static properties and their relations. S. 2nd Edition (2002). Specific speed. minimum starting speed. Comparison with positive displacement machine. velocity triangles for different values of degree of reaction. Classification of fluid flow based on Mach number. width of the impeller channel. Relation between utilization factor and degree of reaction. Dimensionless parameters and their physical significance. 7 Hours 13 PART .2 ENERGY TRANSFER IN TURBO MACHINE: Euler Turbine equation. 6 Hours UNIT . parts of a Turbomachine. suction head./ Week Total No. Compressibility effect – need for pre-whirl vanes. condition for maximum blade efficiency..5 CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSORS: Classification. condition for maximum utilization factor – optimum blade speed ratio for different types of turbines 7 Hours UNIT . M. Expression for Pressure ratio developed per stage – work done factor. 2. cavitation. Kadambi and Manohar Prasad. priming. 6 Hours UNIT . Slip factor and power input factor. Volume III – Turbo machinery. 7 Hours UNIT . Compressors & Fans”. AXIAL FLOW COMPRESSORS: Classification. An Introduction to energy conversion. Preheat factor. Degree of reaction. overall efficiency. Shepherd. Polytropic efficiency. polytropic efficiency of expansion. Reheat factor for expansion process. multistage centrifugal pumps. hydraulic efficiency. runner shapes for different blade speeds.7 STEAM TURBINES: Classification.8 HYDRAULIC TURBINES: Classification. turbine efficiency. Compression process – Overall isentropic efficiency of compression. effect of blades and nozzle losses. D. Effect of Reynolds number. of Lecture Hrs. manometric efficiency. Condition for maximum blade efficiency. slip. Kaplan and Propeller turbines – Velocity triangles and design parameters. Stage efficiency. Design of Francis turbine. Parson’s reaction turbine. determination of diffuser inlet vane angle. Design parameters.3 GENERAL ANALYSIS OF TURBO MACHINES: Axial flow compressors and pumps – general expression for degree of reaction.1 INTRODUCTION: Definition of a Turbomachine. width and length of the diffuser passages. Compounding – Need for compounding. Pelton Turbine-velocity triangles. General analysis of axial and radial flow turbines – Utilization factor. The Macmillan Company (1964) 14 . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.

Pay-back comparison. Exercises. Tax concepts. infinite lives. McGraw Hill.8 FINANCIAL AND PROFIT PLANNING: Introduction. Administrative Over-Heads. Engineering Economy. Basic methods of computing depreciation charges. IRR misconceptions.. OP Khanna. 8 Hours UNIT . Inc.2 PRESENT-WORTH COMPARISONS: Conditions for present worth comparisons. corporate income tax. 5 Hours UNIT .Publications-IV Edition-2008 “Turbo Machinaries” B. Exercises. Riggs J. Exercises and Discussion. Present-worth equivalence. Financial Mangement. Assets with unequal lives. Estimation for simple components. 2000.S. Source of financial information. Budget administration. type of budgets. John Wiley & Sons.A UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Evaluation of a firm's earning power. Cost of capital concepts. 6 Hours UNIT . problems and dangers of budgeting. Problem solving and Decision making. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Industrial Engineering and Management. 2004 4.Govindgouda & A. Profitability ratios. TMH. preparation of budgets. Marginal cost. Tactics and Strategy. Personal loans and EMI Payment. 4. Engineering Economy.B UNIT . Situations for Equivalent AnnualWorth Comparisons. 2000 3. 2002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Financial statements. Vikas Publisahing House. of Lecture Hrs. Intuition and Analysis. Law of demand and supply. Fundamentals of Turbomachinery: William W Perg. PART . Activity ratios. Minimum acceptable rate of return.flow diagrams.7 FINANCIAL RATIO ANALYSIS: Introduction. 6 Hours 15 16 . Comparative statements analysis. Causes of Depreciation.3 EQUIVALENT ANNUAL-WORTH COMPARISONS: Equivalent Annual-Worth Comparison methods. K.M. Cash . Simple Numericals 8 Hours UNIT . Balance sheet. Simple interest. Factory cost. 6 Hours UNIT .5 Estimating and Costing: Components of costs such as Direct Material Costs. Comparison of assets with equal and unequal lives. Maze. Law of returns. Compound interest. Selling price. Discussions and problems. Objectives of profit planning. PHI. FINANCE FUNCTIONS: Statements of Financial Information: Introduction. Fixed Over-Heads. Essentials of profit planning.6 INTRODUCTION. First cost. Net Present-worth. A Text book of Turbomechanics. Profit planning. Basic Present worth comparisons. Liquidity ratios. Financial planning. Use of shrinking fund method. Finacial Management. Consideration of asset life. Engineering and Economics. SCOPE OF FINANCE.G.4 RATE-OF-RETURN CALCULATIONS AND DEPRECIATION: Rate of return. Annuity contract for guaranteed income. Thuesen H. Introduction to Bench Marking of Manufacturing Operation. 2008. Direct Labor Costs. : 06ME56 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Prasanna Chandra. Engineering Economic Decision. Leverage ratios. Tarachand./ Week Total No. 3. PHI .L. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2002 2. Profit and Loss account.Nagaraj-M. relation between Balance sheet and Profit and Loss account. Venkanna. .M.2. IM PANDEY. advantages. Problems. Engineering Economy. 2002 ENGINEERING ECONOMICS Subject Code No. Simple numericals 6 Hours UNIT . IRR.1 INTRODUCTION: Engineering Decision-Makers. 2. Interest and Interest factors: Interest rate.M. Future-worth comparison. Nature of ratio analysis.

of Practical Hrs. Saybolts and Torsion Viscometers. 2. engine (4 stroke/2 stroke). Performance testing of Pumps a. of Practical Hrs. of Practical Hrs. Determination of coefficient of friction of flow in a pipe. Determination of Viscosity of a lubricating oil using Redwoods. Determination of minor losses in flow through pipes. 4. 21 Hours Scheme for Examination: One Question from Part A One Question from Part B Viva-Voce Total IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 - 15 Marks (05 Writeup+10) 25 Marks (05 Writeup+20) 10 Marks ----------50 Marks - 15 Marks (05 Writeup+10) 25 Marks (05 Writeup+20) 10 Marks ----------50 Marks 17 18 . 2. Performance test on an Air Blower 24 Hours Scheme for Examination: One Question from Part A One Question from Part B Viva-Voce Total 1. Nozzle c. Calibration of flow measuring devices a. Venturimeter d. Kaplan Turbines 6.B Performance Tests on I. of Practical Hrs./ Week Total No. FP.B 5. Calculations of IP. 3. V-notch 18 Hours PART . 5. : 06MEL57 : 03 : 42 PART . Reciprocating pump 7.C. liquid and gaseous fuels. : 06MEL58 : 03 : 42 PART . 1. SFC. 3. Determination of Calorific value of solid. Engine.A Determination of Flash point and Fire point of lubricating oil using Abel Pensky and Martin (closed) / Cleavland (Open Cup) Apparatus. Thermal efficiencies.C.A 1. Use of planimeter 21 Hours PART . 4.FLUID MECHANICS AND MACHINERY LABORATORY Subject Code No. Performance test of a two stage Reciprocating Air Compressor 8. heat balance sheet for (a) Four stroke Diesel Engine (b) Four stroke Petrol Engine (c) Multi Cylinder Diesel/Petrol Engine. Engines. (Morse test) (d) Two stroke Petrol Engine (e) Variable Compression Ratio I. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 ENERGY CONVERSION ENGINEERING LABORATORY Subject Code No./ Week Total No. BP. Valve Timing/port opening diagram of an I. Single stage / Multi stage centrifugal pumps b. Francis Turbine c. Performance testing of Turbines a. Pelton wheel b.C. Orifice Plate meter b. Determination of force developed by impact of jets on vanes.

Patil.8 BELTS. H. 2nd Edition 2007. John Wiley Sons. P. Mischke.S.stresses in Helical coil springs of circular and non-circular cross sections. Machine Design: Hall. Tension and compression springs. Bhandari. flats. K. 3. G. Design for strength. Belgaum. Heat Generated. Special Indian Edition. Mechanical Engineering Design: Joseph E. Design based on strength. 7 Hours UNIT . Design based on strength. Design of Brakes: Block and Band brakes: Self locking of brakes: Heat generation in Brakes. McGraw Hill International Edition.6 CLUTCHES & BRAKES: Design of Clutches: Single plate. : 06ME61 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Pearson Education Asia. dynamic and wear loads. Holowenko. Helical Gears: Definitions. Examples of journal bearing and thrust bearing design. 4. K. multi plate and cone clutches. Leaf Springs: Stresses in leaf springs.G. – Energy stored in springs.5 BEVEL AND WORM GEARS: Bevel Gears: Definitions. 5 Hours UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . CBS Publication 3.Design Data Hand Book-PSG College of Tech Coimbature TEXT BOOKS: 1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. cylinder heads. Mahadevan and K. 7 Hours 19 20 . Shri Shashi Prakashan. Selection of V-belts.A UNIT . coefficient of friction.7 LUBRICATION AND BEARINGS: Lubricants and their properties. Torsion. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Design Data Hand Book. Bearing modulus. 7 Hours UNIT . Bearing Materials.. Design Data Hand Book. Machine Design: A CAD Approach: Andrew D Dimarogonas. Machine Design: Robert L.Balaveera Reddy. 5 Hours DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS: 1.4 SPUR & HELICAL GEARS: Spur Gears: Definitions. ROPES AND CHAINS: Flat belts: Length & cross section. dynamic. ropes and chains for different applications. Dynamic load and wear load.3 SPRINGS: Types of springs ..B UNIT .VI SEMESTER DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS – II Subject Code No. K. 2. Belleville and Rubber springs. Worm Gears: Definitions. Somani.B. compound cylinders. 8 Hours PART . New Delhi. 5 Hours UNIT . 6th Edition 2003. Inc. stresses due to different types of fits. Equalized stresses. Mechanisms of Lubrication. wear loads and efficiency of worm gear drives. 2003. Heat dissipated. minimum oil film thickness.1 CURVED BEAMS: Stresses in curved beams of standard cross sections used in crane hook. 2. Shigley and Charles R./ Week Total No. 2. New Delhi. 2001. Machine Design Data Hand Book. closed rings and links. 2001. formative number of teeth. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. stresses in gear tooth: Lewis equation and form factor. of Lecture Hrs. punching presses & clamps. Design based on strength. PART . Norton.2 CYLINDERS & CYLINDER HEADS: Review of Lame’s Equations. Design of Machine Elements: V. 2008. Lingaiah. Laughlin (Schaum’s Outlines series) Adapted by S. dynamic and wear loads. of Lecture Hrs. 2nd Ed. springs under fluctuating loads. formative number of teeth. McGraw Hill.

effect of mass of spring. Initial conditions. stiffness of spring elements. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 4th Edition. 6 Hours PART . vibration isolationtransmissibility ratio. Method of matrix iteration-Method of determination of all the natural frequencies using sweeping matrix and Orthogonality principle. Guass elimination Numerical integration. Pearson Education Inc. beams. traction forces. 6 Hours 21 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Torsional vibration of rods. of Lecture Hrs. 2006.1 INTRODUCTION: Equilibrium equations in elasticity subjected to body force. Euler’s Lagrange’s equations of bar. 2. Applications: a) Vehicle suspension. Rao.P.S. Forced Oscillations-Harmonic excitation. steady state solution with viscous damping due to harmonic force. Theory & Practice of Mechanical vibrations: J. study of response of viscous damped systems for cases of under damping. 4. New Age International Publications. Solution by Complex algebra. Free vibration in terms of initial conditions. Schaum’s Outline Series. 6 Hours UNIT . co-ordinate coupling. 2007. Fourier theorem and simple problems.H. 2. : 06ME63 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Euler’s equation for beams. Mass Undamped free vibration-natural frequency of free vibration. Geared systems.B UNIT . 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Special Indian edition.8 NUMERICAL METHODS FOR MULTI DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS: Introduction.A UNIT . Mechanical Vibrations: V.. 6 Hours UNIT . Singh.2 UNDAMPED FREE VIBRATIONS: Single degree of freedom systems.6 SYSTEMS WITH TWO DEGREES OF FREEDOM: Introduction. Holzer’s method. 3. concept of critical damping and its importance./ Week Total No. Boundary conditions. Compound Pendulum./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. Rayleigh-Ritz method. Orthogonality of principal modes. of Lecture Hrs. principle modes and Normal modes of vibration. Pearson Education 5th edition. Maxwell reciprocal theorem. generalized and principal co-ordinates. Tata McGraw Hill. Simple Harmonic Motion (S. vibration of string.7 CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS: Introduction. Gupta.M). 7 Hours 22 .4 FORCED VIBRATION: Single degree freedom systems.5 VIBRATION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS & WHIRLING OF SHAFTS: Vibrometer meter and accelerometer. Elements of Vibrations Analysis: Leonanrd Meirovitch. Galerkins method.1 INTRODUCTION: Types of vibrations. 7 Hours UNIT . Special Indian edition.MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS Subject Code No. Whirling of shafts with and without air damping. Stodola method.S.3 DAMPED FREE VIBRATIONS: Single degree freedom systems. Discussion of speeds above and below critical speeds. Mechanical Vibrations: S. Theory of Vibration with Applications: W. different types of damping. Influence coefficients. Ltd. New Delhi. : 06ME62 : 04 : 52 PART . 2007. longitudinal vibration of rods. Beats. 3rd edition. critical and over damping. 2001.T. b) Dynamic vibration absorber. Tata McGraw Hill.A UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Mechanical Vibrations: S. Logarithmic decrement. Due to harmonic exitation and support motion. 2003. Reciprocating and rotating unbalance.. Dunkerley’s equation. Rao & K. 2007. 6 Hours UNIT . Principal of a minimum potential energy. MODELLING AND FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS Subject Code No. Graham Kelly. 7 Hours UNIT . Thomson and Marie Dillon Dahleh. stress strain relations for plane stress and plane strain. c) Dynamics of reciprocating Engines. principle of virtual work. Dhanpat Rai & Company Pvt. principle of super position applied to Simple Harmonic Motions.

Simplex.4 HIGHER ORDER AND ISOPARAMETRIC ELEMENTS: Lagrangian interpolation.S. Ltd. MECHATRONICS & MICROPROCESSOR Subject Code No. Mechanical switches.B UNIT . : 06ME64 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART .1 INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS: Measurement and control systems Their elements and functions. location of nodes. trusses. types of elements 1D.2 BASIC PROCEDURE: General description of Finite Element Method. heat flux boundary condition. triangular (2D simplex) elements. Properties of stiffness matrix.7 APPLICATIONS I: Solution of bars. Thomson Learning 3rd edition. boundary conditions. 2D Pascal triangle.quadratic. node numbering scheme. 2D quadrilateral element shape functions – linear. Linear interpolation polynomials in terms of global coordinates of bar.3 INTERPOLATION MODELS: Polynomial form of interpolation functions. penalty approach. 6 Hours UNIT . Discretization process.S. 1D heat conduction governing equation. of Lecture Hrs. reactions and stresses by using elimination approach. quadratic. Linear interpolation polynomials in terms of local coordinates of bar. Truss element.A UNIT . properties of shape functions. proximity sensors and Hall effect sensors. One dimensional element. Stiffness matrix of bar element by direct method. DC & AC motors. 6 Hours 23 UNIT .. Logon. Finite Element Analysis. 6 Hours 24 . 3. Elsevier. Chandrupatla T. by Daryl. half Bandwidth. Hermite shape function of beam element. New Delhi./ Week Total No. 2001. size of the elements. CST element. 2.Krishnamurthy. 1995. Definition and classification of sensors. 6 Hours UNIT . quadratic and cubic. J. Rao. Preprocessing. Biquadric rectangular element (Noded quadrilateral element). Stepper motors and their merits and demerits. quadrilateral. 4. Complex. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. matrices. Finite Elements in engineering. beam element with concentrated and distributed loads.C. 7 Hours UNIT 3 ELECTRICAL ACTUATION SYSTEMS: Electrical systems. heat transfer 1D problems with conduction and convection.2 REVIEW OF TRANSDUCERS AND SENSORS: Definition and classification of transducers. The Finite Element Method in Engineering. 2D and 3D elements.5 DERIVATION OF ELEMENT STIFFNESS MATRICES AND LOAD VECTORS: Direct method for bar element under axial loading. 7 Hours PART . McGraw –Hill International Edition. Convergence requirements. C.UNIT . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Engineering applications of finite element method. Solution for displacements. Numerical integration. 2. Finite Element Methods. stepped bars.N. Functional approach for heat conduction. 4th Edition. 1D heat transfer in thin fins.Zienkiewicz. solid-state switches. L.6 HEAT TRANSFER PROBLEMS: Steady state heat transfer. Elsevier. The FEM its basics and fundamentals: O. 6 Hours UNIT . Galerkin approach for heat conduction. Cubic element and their shape functions.linear. Jacobian. Shape functions of 2D quadratic triangular element in natural coordinates. Principle of working and applications of light sensors. triangular (2D simplex) elements. Shape function of beam element. Jacobian of 2D triangular element. 2006. Multiplex elements. 7 Hours UNIT . Microprocessor based controllers.8 APPLICATIONS II: Solution of beam problems.Reddy. post processing.–Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.R. 3rd Pearson Edition. 6 Hours UNIT . solenoids. S. Higher order one dimensional elements. plane trusses by direct stiffness method. 6e. Selection of the order of the interpolation polynomial. Finite Element Method. Consistent load vector. of Lecture Hrs.

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Reynolds number for condensate flow. FREE OR NATURAL CONVECTION: Application of dimensional analysis for free convection. use of transient temperature charts for transient conduction in semi-infinite solids. Planck’s law and Wein’s displacement law. Nusselt and Stanton numbers. Ficks First law of diffusion (no numericals). radiation heat exchange between two finite surfaces-configuration factor or view factor. Numerical Problems. Tata Mc Graw Hill 2002. pool boiling correlations. Lambert’s law. Fundamentals of heat and mass transfer. horizontal and inclined flat plates. Pearson education 2006 2. use of correlations of free convection in vertical. use of correlations for flow over a flat plate.conduction in slab.velocity boundary layer. : 06MEL67 : 03 : 42 PART . Numerical problems. Heat transfer. Kirchoff’s law.physical significance of Grashoff number. 7 Hours PART . Numerical problems. Tata Mc Graw Hill 2002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. LMTD. Bars of constant cross section area. horizontal tube and horizontal tube banks. P. Ozisik. use of correlations for condensation on vertical flat surfaces. Heat & Mass transfer. Kreith Thomas Learning 2001 3. Numerical problems. Tirumaleshwar. general expression for local heat transfer coefficient. Effectiveness-NTU methods of analysis of heat exchangers. Stefan-Boltzman law. Nag. John Wiley and son’s. fouling and fouling factor. Numerical problems. 4.B UNIT . effect of radiation shield. a practical approach. Radiation heat exchange between two parallel infinite black surfaces.A Study of a FEA package and modeling stress analysis of a. 6 Hours UNIT . Heat transfer-A basic approach. Flow inside a duct.4 CONCEPTS AND BASIC RELATIONS IN BOUNDARY LAYERS: Flow over a body velocity boundary layer. vertical and horizontal cylinders and spheres.8 RADIATION HEAT TRANSFER: Thermal radiation. thermal boundary layer. Physical significance of Reynolds.K. over a cylinder and sphere.7 CONDENSATION AND BOILING: Types of condensation (discussion only) Nusselt’s theory for laminar condensation on a vertical flat surface. 7 Hours UNIT .6 HEAT EXCHANGERS: Classification of heat exchangers. hydrodynamic entrance length and hydro dynamically developed flow. regimes of pool boiling. tapered cross section area and stepped bar 6 Hours b. between two parallel 27 infinite gray surfaces. critical Reynolds number./ Week Total No. Use of various correlations for hydro dynamically and thermally developed flows inside a duct.B a) Stress analysis of a rectangular plate with a circular hole 3 Hours b) Thermal Analysis – 2D problem with conduction and convection boundry conditions(Minimum 2 exercises) 6 Hours c) Fluid flow Analysis – Potential distribution in the 2 – D bodies 28 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 . cantilever. Prandtl. definitions of various terms used in radiation heat transfer.Cengel Tata Mc Graw Hill 2. Dewitt.5 FORCED CONVECTIONS: Applications of dimensional analysis for forced convection. long cylinder and sphere. of Practical Hrs. intensity of radiation and solid angle. Numerical problems. 6 Hours UNIT . COMPUTER AIDED MODELING AND ANALYSIS LABORATORY Subject Code No. Average heat transfer coefficient. beams with UDL. Nusselt number. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. of Practical Hrs. Principles of heat transfer. Mass transfer definition and terms used in mass transfer analysis. c. Yunus A. beams with varying load etc (Minimum 6 exercises) 12 Hours PART . Frenk P. 6 Hours UNIT . Numericals based on empirical relation given in data handbook. flow through tubes (internal flow)(discussion only). Heat transfer. Incropera and David P. overall heat transfer coefficient. Trusses – (Minimum 2 exercises) 3 Hours Beams – Simply supported. general expressions for drag coefficient and drag force.

4 GENERAL EQUATIONS IN CYLINDRICAL CO-ORDINATES: Thick cylinder under uniform internal and / or external pressure. 6.3 TWO DIMENSIONAL PROBLEMS: Cartesian co-ordinates – Airy’s stress functions – Investigation of Airy’s Stress function for simple beam problems – Bending of a narrow cantilever beam of rectangular cross section under edge load – method of Fourier analysis – pin ended beam under uniform pressure. : 06MEL68 : 03 : 42 PART . : 06ME661 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 HEAT & MASS TRANSFER LABORATORY Subject Code No. Buchanan. Generalised Hooke’s law. 6 Hours UNIT . Determination of Stefan Boltzman Constant. Equilibrium Equations. Determination of Emissivity of a Surface. Determination of Heat Transfer Coefficient in a free Convection on a vertical tube. Methods of Solution of Elasticity Problems – Plane Stress-Plane Strain Problems. Principal Stresses. shrink and force fit. Boundary Conditions. Performance Test on a Vapour Compression Air ./ Week Total No. A first course in the Finite element method by Daryl L Logan. Determination of Thermal Conductivity of a Metal Rod. 5. Finite Element Analysis by George R.2 STRAIN AT A POINT: Compatibility Equations. 3. stress concentration. Thomason. 8 Hours UNIT . of Practical Hrs.3 Hours d) Dynamic Analysis 1) Fixed – fixed beam for natural frequency determination 2) Bar subjected to forcing function 3) Fixed – fixed beam subjected to forcing function 9 Hours REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 11. of Lecture Hrs. Maximum Shear Stress. Experiment on Transient Conduction Heat Transfer 21 Hours Scheme for Examination: One Question from Part A One Question from Part B Viva-Voce Total - 20Marks (05 Write up +15) 20Marks (05 Write up +15) 10 Marks ----------50 Marks ELECTIVE-I (GROUP A) THEORY OF ELASTICITY Subject Code No. 21 Hours PART . 2004 3. Third Edition 2. 2. Stress at a Point. Determination of Effectiveness on a Metallic fin. of Practical Hrs./ Week Total No. Determination of Heat Transfer Coefficient in a Forced Convention Flow through a Pipe.1 DEFINITION AND NOTATION: Stress. Fundaments of FEM by Hutton – McGraw Hill. 7 Hours UNIT .A 1. Determination of LMDT and Effectiveness in a Parallel Flow and Counter Flow Heat Exchangers 9.A UNIT . Principal Strains. Experiments on Boiling of Liquid and Condensation of Vapour 10.Conditioner 29 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 PART . Performance Test on a Vapour Compression Refrigeration. 8. 6 Hours 30 . Mohr’s Diagram. 4.B 7. of Lecture Hrs. Schaum Series Scheme for Examination: One Question from Part A One Question from Part B Viva-Voce Total 20Marks (05 Write up +15) 20Marks (05 Write up +15) 10 Marks ----------50 Marks 12. Determination of Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient of a Composite wall.

Tata Mc. 7 Hours 31 32 . 6 Hours PART . recreational and sports equipment. Electrical and electronics. future potential of composites. Graw Hill International. production procedures for bag molding. fabricating process. 7 Hours UNIT . stress concentration. pultrusion. open and closed mould process. stresses in rotating discs and cylinders. characteristics and selection base metals selection. Aircrafts.5 LAMINATED STRUCTURE: Lamina to laminate. 6 Hours UNIT . reciprocal theorem.B UNIT . D.3 APPLICATIONS AND MECHANICS OF FIBER REINFORCED PLASTICS: Automobile. Theory of Elasticity: S.2 FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC PROCESSING: Lay up and curing. 1972 REFERENCES BOOKS: 1. : 06ME662 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART .6 TORSION OF CIRCULAR.6 METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES: Reinforcement materials. of Lecture Hrs. of Lecture Hrs. Khanna Publications. laminated composites. Space hardware.A UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . particulate composites. Equations of equilibrium Thermal stresses in thin circular discs and in long circular cylinder./ Week Total No. Elasticity. Mc. thermo-forming. 7 Hours UNIT . Applied Elasticity.5 STRESSES IN AN INFINITE PLATE (with a circular hole) subjected to uniaxial and biaxial loads. missiles. Elsevier. S. Need for production MMC’s and its application. torsion of thin open sections and thin tubes.7 THERMAL STRESSES: Thermo elastic stress strain relationship. Introduction to shape memory alloys. Timoshenko and J. 2003 2. structural laminate bag molding. Mc. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . 3rd edition. sphere. Interline Publishing 4. Elastic properties of a lamina. N Gordier. Unidirectional Continuous fiber zero degree and angle-ply lamina. 1953 MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS Subject Code No. Theory of Elasticity: Dr. Graw Hill Book Co. blow molding.8 UNIQUENESS THEOREM: Principle of super position. C. 1988 2. 6 Hours UNIT . Lamination theory. Theory. Sadhu Singh. L. pulforming. Marine. filament winding. types.PART . ELLIPTICAL AND TRIANGULAR BARS: membrane analogy. Applied Elasticity. 2005 3.T. Srinath. Applications & Numericals: Martin H Sadd. lamina strains and stresses due to applied loads.B UNIT . Advanced Mechanics of solids.1 INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITE MATERIALS: Definition. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. P. Seetharamu & Govindaraju. classification and characteristics of composite Materials – fibrous composites. saint venant principle. Simple problems. Graw Hill. WANG Sc. Interlaminar Stresses. injection molding.4 CHARACTERISTICS OF FIBER-REINFORCED LAMINA: Fundamentals. hand lay up techniques.

Gibron. Introduction to composite materials by Hull and Clyne. Marcel Dekker. of Lecture Hrs. substitutes of CFC Refrigerants. Mixture Refrigerants-azeotropic mixtures 6 Hours UNIT . McGraw Hill international. Bypass factor. Binary mixtures.1 BRIEF REVIEW OF VARIOUS METHODS OF REFRIGERATION: Vapour compression cycle: Analysis of Vapour Compression cycle using P-H and T-S diagrams. selection of Refrigerants. thermostats. dynamic losses in ducts. Actual vapour compression cycle. Psychometric calculations for cooling.4 EQUIPMENTS USED IN VAPOUR COMPRESSION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM: Compressors: Principle.” McGraw Hill book company. capillary tube. System practices for multistage system. Composite Science and Engineering by K. 33 . 6 Hours PART . Effect of size. Summer Air conditioning. Multi evaporator systems. Wear. comfort chart.6 PSYCHOMETRY OF AIR CONDITIONING PROCESS-REVIEW: Review of Psychometric processes. calculations.3 MULTI PRESSURE VAPOUR COMPRESSION SYSTEMS: Multi stage compression. Water-Lithium Bromide absorption chiller. shape and distribution of particulate on properties. composition diagram. winter air conditioning. production of solid carbon dioxide. K. Duct design. CONTROLS IN REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENTS: High pressure and low pressure cut out. 6 Hours UNIT . Chawla Springer Verlag 1998. Cascade systems. 6 Hours UNIT . McGraw Hill Kogakusha Ltd. DESIGN CONDITIONS: Outside design conditions. Expansion devices: Types. pilot 34 REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Subject Code No. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Mechanics of Composite Materials. system heat gains. Second law analysis of Vapour Compression Cycle. Apparatus Dew point.8 TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION OF AIR: Room Air Distribution. evaporative cooling. machinability and Other Properties. Choice of supply design condition. Actual vapour absorption cycle and its representation on enthalpy./ Week Total No. break up of ventilation load and effective sensible heat factor. : 06ME663 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Jones. Air flow through simple Duct system. Sizing Evaporator: Types & construction.1984 4. cooling load estimate. Thermostatic expansion valves. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. choice of inside conditions.2 REFRIGERANTS: Types of Refrigerants. Condensers: Types and construction. Requirements of Refrigerants. Ammonia Water Absorption system. Principles of composite Material mechanics by Ronald F. Mallick. K. of Lecture Hrs. 1994. special fabrication techniques.B UNIT .5 VAPOUR ABSORPTION SYSTEM: Common refrigerant absorbent combinations. Cambridge University.8 STUDY PROPERTIES OF MMC’S: Physical Mechanical. standard rating of operating conditions.1998 3.Inc 2. Friction loss in ducts. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Robert M. 6 Hours UNIT . calculation. 8 Hours UNIT .Automatic expansion valve. Fiber Reinforced Composites by P. Triple fluid vapour absorption refrigeration system.7 LOAD CALCULATIONS AND APPLIED PSYCHOMETRICS: Internal heat gains. Composite materials hand book. capacity control. liquid metallurgy technique and secondary processing.UNIT . 2. Effects of lubricants in Refrigerants.7 FABRICATION PROCESS FOR MMC’S: Powder metallurgy technique. types of compressors. Meing Schwaitz.calculations. Comparative study of Ethane and Methane derivatives. Selection of Air conditioning apparatus for cooling and dehumidification.A UNIT .

Rating and sizing problem. Flow arrangements and temperature distributions in transfer type of heat exchangers. dirt factor dirt overall heat transfer coefficient. cooling air supply by fans. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. viscosity correction factor.4 STEAM CONDENSERS: Specifications of other details as per TEMA standards. Goodness factor comparisons. 2. Calculation procedure for the design/ analysis of double pipe heat exchanger. evaluation for wall temperature. correction factor for LMTD for cross flow and multi – pass heat exchangers. Calculation procedure for steam condensers. heat transfer in furnaces: .lack of heat recovery in 1-2 exchangers true temperature difference in a 2-4 exchanger. 5th edition 2000. bypass control-Damper motor.LMTD for parallel flow and counter flow arrangement. calculation procedure for a rating problem. Heat sink. VAV controls. 2001.5 DOUBLE PIPE HEAT EXCHANGERS: Constructional features.8 FURNACES AND COMBUSTION CHAMBERS: Introduction.3 EFFECT OF BY – PASS AND LEAKAGE CALCULATION PROCEDURE FOR SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER: Heat balance equations: LMTD: reference temperature calculations: evaluation of fluid properties: flow assignments: tube side flow area calculations. Design parameters :. available surface area. Tata McGraw Hill Publication./ Week Total No. refractory surfaces. Calculations of tube side and shell side pressure drops. Design methods: . 6 Hours PART . Pressure drop and heat transfer coefficient correlations for shell side flow. of Lecture Hrs.A UNIT . ‘Air conditioning’ by PITA. pearson-2005 4. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.operated solenoid valve. P.Heat source. Wallenberg simplified method. fin-tube systems for air coolers. 6 Hours UNIT .Method of Lobo and Evans: Method of Wilson. overall heat transfer coefficient. ‘Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning’ by W. Mean temperature difference Concept: . number of fins. ‘Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning’ by Manohar prasad DESIGN OF HEAT EXCHANGERS Subject Code No. calculation of shell side heat transfer coefficient. Applications. 2nd edition. evaluation of overall heat transfer coefficient. Stoecker. mean temperature difference. tube side and shell side pressure drop. Applications. 8 Hours UNIT . 1982. fin-tube bundles. Wiley Students edition.B UNIT . correlation of heat transfer and friction data.6 COMPACT HEAT EXCHANGERS: Introduction. definition of Geometric Terms: plate fin surface geometries and surface performance data. Flow arrangement for increased heat recovery: . F. 6 Hours UNIT .tube side and shell side film coefficients cut and twist factor. specification of rating and sizing problems. Correlations for tube side pressure drop and heat transfer coefficients. motor controls. Tata McGraw Hill Publication.Clean overall heat transfer coefficient.7 AIR-COOLED HEAT EXCHANGERS: Air as coolant for industrial processes. Arora. tube side flow arrangements. fin geometry fin height. 8 Hours 35 36 . process heaters and boiler. Overall heat transfer coefficient. dirt factors for various process services. ‘Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning’ by C.. 2.2 SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGERS: Constructional features. The Orrok-Hudson equation. 6 Hours UNIT . Pearson-2006. 6 Hours UNIT . 4th edition. shell side equivalent diameter. 6 Hours UNIT . Calculation of surface area.1 INTRODUCTION TO HEAT EXCHANGER DESIGN: Types of heat exchangers and their applications. Basic design equation. 3. ‘Heating. 2nd edition. : 06ME664 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . heat transfer to the sink. Ventilation and Air Conditioning’ by McQuistion. Effectiveness-NTU method for heat exchanger design/ analysis. of Lecture Hrs. custom-built units. ‘Principles of Refrigeration’ Dossat. fin efficiency. Lobo and Hottel. thermal rating. cooling air supply in natural draft towers.

choice of machining operation. process characteristics. PAM parameters. tool materials & tool size. Hydrogen embrittlement. Compact Heat Exchangers: W. cutting tool system design:. surface finish. Classification./ Week Total No. Electrode wear. between 5 Hours UNIT . etching for blanking. Application. Process characteristics. preparation of masters. tool & work material. Flushing. equipment. Heat Exchanger Design Hand Book: Volumes 2 and 3. Heat Transfer – A Basic Approach: Necati Ozsisik.B UNIT . nonthermal generation of plasma. accuracy of chemical blanking. 5 Hours UNIT . abrasive particles per unit volume of the carrier gas. EDM process characteristics: metal removal rate. edited by Ernst U schlunder. LBM parameters. work material. Kern. machining time. applications of chemical blanking. spark generator. mean number.Effect of parameter: Effect of amplitude and frequency and vibration. elements of process. source of DC power. Electrolyte. USM process characteristics: Material removal rate. Electrochemical Honing. EDM accessories / applications. Advantages & limitations.8 LASER BEAM MACHINING (LBM): Introduction. equipment. surface finish. electrode material selection. pressure flushing.Kokac Thermal. Applications. accuracy. Handling of slug. Tool size Electrolyte flow arrangement. accuracy. UNIT . advantages & Disadvantages of AJM. Machine tool selection. Advantages.2 ULTRASONIC MACHINING (USM): Introduction. Advantages and limitations. M. pulsed flushing synchronized with electrode movement. mechanism of metal removal. Accuracy & surface finish.6 ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING (EDM): Introduction. Application. Nozzle wear. Tool & insulation materials. al Hemisphere Publishing Co. Operation. Anode work piece. surface finish. tool wear.TEXT BOOKS: 1. (1997) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. side flushing. nozzle design. 8 Hours UNIT .7 PLASMA ARC MACHINING (PAM): Introduction. velocity of the abrasive jet. shape of cut. Etching. Electrode manufacture. Effect of abrasive grain diameter. Applications such as Electrochemical turning. Heat exchanger. Limitations. size of abrasive grain. surface finish. 6 Hours PART . McGraw – Hill International edition (1985). effect of slurry. chemical blanking process : Preparation of work piece. : 06ME665 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . chemical milling (contour machining): process steps –masking. advantages & application of CHM. Accuracy. of Lecture Hrs.hydraulic and design analysis.3 ABRASIVE JET MACHINING (AJM): Introduction. Type of abrasive. Applications. selection of gas. Process Heat Transfer: Donald Q.4 ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING (ECM): Introduction.5 CHEMICAL MACHINING (CHM): Introduction. et. Heat Affected Zone. deburring. London. Electrochemical Grinding. Traveling wire EDM. of Lecture Hrs. ECM Tooling: ECM tooling technique & example. Mcgraw –Hill co. advantages & Disadvantages of USM. under sizing and length of electrode. electrical discharge grinding. 6 Hours UNIT . stand off distance (SOD). Equipment. 8 Hours UNIT . Equipment. effect of applied static load. Process characteristics-Material removal rate. study of ECM machine. NON – TRADITIONAL MACHINING Subject Code No. 2. elements of ECM process : Cathode tool. equipment of LBM mechanism of metal removal. Mechanism of metal removal. abrasive slurry. Variables in AJM: Carrier Gas. EDM tools (electrodes) Electrode feed control. applications. Kays & A. Advantages and limitations of water Jet machinery 7 Hours 37 38 . comparison conventional and Non-conventional machining process selection. Applications. chemistry of the process. Economics of ECM. L. suction flushing. Safety precautions. dielectric fluid. Tata McGraw –Hill Edition (1997) 2. ECM Process characteristics – Material removal rate.1 INTRODUCTION: History. process characteristics of CHM: material removal rate.A UNIT . (1983) 3. masking with photo resists. EDM tool design. Water Jet Machining: Principal. Accuracy.

OC curves. summary of process measures. significance of control limits. AOQL. Mode. New York. 1987 3. Pandey and Shan. P. New York. Control Charts for Nonconformities or Defects. 6 Hours UNIT . Brief History of Quality Methodology. : 06ME666 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . 2. ISBN 0 – 13-049036-9. Total Quality Management (quality philosophy. Inc. 2002 3. of Lecture Hrs. the Dodge-Romig sampling plans. 2005. LTPD. EWMA control chart (EWMA control chart for monitoring process mean). Principles of Quality Control: Jerry Banks. equipment. design of an EWMA control chart./ Week Total No. Statistical Methods for Quality Control and Improvement. Metals Handbook: Machining Volume 16 Joseph R. Type I and Type II errors. Production Technology. NJ (ISBN 0-471-65631-3). HMT Tata McGraw Hill. choices of control limits.Mishra. Statistical Quality Control: E. Smith. Inc.Hill publisher. applications. operations.A UNIT . 2. warning limits. Pearson Prentice Hall. Statistical Process Control and Quality Improvement: Gerald M. Davis (Editor). Multiple. Tata McGraw Hill 2000 2. Military Standard 105E. 5th Edition.2 MODELING PROCESS QUALITY: Mean. The Deming funnel experiment. McGraw. 2001 2. Numerical problems 7 Hours UNIT . New Delhi. 4. Statistical Quality Control: RC Gupta. the probability of Type II error. Non-Conventional Machining. Control Chart for number Nonconforming.5 PROCESS CAPABILITY: The foundation of process capability. Average Run Length-ARL) 6 Hours 39 UNIT . Statistical Quality Control for Manufacturing Managers: W S Messina. of Lecture Hrs. Central limit theorem.3 METHODS AND PHILOSOPHY OF STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL: Chance and assignable causes. Douglas. Inc.B UNIT . Statistical Basis of the Control Charts (basic principles. rational subgroups. 6 Hours UNIT . Wiley & Sons. 40 . John Wiley & Sons. Simple Numerical Problems 8 Hours PART . Standard deviation. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. and Sequential sampling.4 CONTROL CHARTS FOR VARIABLES: Control Charts for X-Bar and R. Double. 2005 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Khanna Publishers.1 INTRODUCTION: The Meaning of Quality and Quality Improvement. Wiley & Sons. Modern Machining Process. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Narosa Publishing House – 2005. sample size and sampling frequency. Median. Numerical problems 7 Hours UNIT . Hoboken. quality costs. Normal distribution tables. quality improvement).L. single sampling plan for attributes. Modern machining process. cp – process capability index. pp – process performance index.K. analysis of pattern on control charts. Poisson distribution (from the point of view of Quality control) Control Chart for Fraction Nonconforming. Aditya.7 LOT-BY-LOT ACCEPTANCE SAMPLING FOR ATTRIBUTES: The acceptance sampling problem.S. Statistical Quality Control: Montgomery. New Technology. cpk. Natural Tolerance limits. Calculating area.ELECTRON BEAM MACHINING (EBM): Principles. 4. Grant and R. Control Chart for Number of non conformities per unit.Charts. legal aspects of quality implementing. The Institution of Engineers (India) Test book series.8 CUMULATIVE-SUM (CUSUM) & EXPONENTIALLY WEIGHTED MOVING AVERAGE (EWMA) CONTROL CHARTS: CUSUM Control Chart (basic principles of the chart for monitoring the process mean). Finding the Z score. Leavenworth. Bhattacharya 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. links between quality and productivity. advantages and limitation of EBM. Numerical problems 6 Hours UNIT 6: Control Charts For Attributes: Binomial distribution. American Society of Metals (ASM) STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL Subject Code No. 7th edition.

. tendering and selection of contractors 7 Hours UNIT . strategic implications. Operational excellence and world class manufacturing practices. Vikas Publishing House. 2.1 CONCEPTS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Concepts of a Project. Scheduling & control. schedule control. phased Planning. project in trouble. Categories of projects. New York V-AN Nostrand.PROJECT MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. and communication in a project. Simple Numerical Problems. Characteristics of decisions. Operations Management Definition. 5 Hours UNIT .A UNIT . Project planning. Project Management A System approach to Planning Scheduling & Controlling. Accountability in project execution. Lewis. Roles and responsibilities of project leader. controls. preparation of cost estimation. 7 Hours UNIT .1 0PERATIONS MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS: Introduction. James P. Statistical models. Productivity.5 CO-ORDINATION AND CONTROL: Project direction co-ordination. Project Management with PERT and CPM. termination strategies. Factors affecting Productivity. Historical Development. Meo Publishing company. Harold Kerzner. The environment of operations. 7 Hours PART . 2nd edition. Moder Joseph and Phillips Cerel R. Bar charts for combined activities. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.2 OPERATIONS DECISION MAKING: Introduction. Performance improvement for the CM & DM companies for better project management. of Lecture Hrs. tools and techniques for project management. Project Management: Beningston Lawrence. Phases of project life cycle. Project Evaluation and Review Techniques (PERT) planning. 2001 3. Products v/s Services. Production and Manufacturing Systems. of Lecture Hrs. evaluation of the project profitability.2002 2. cost Control Examples. different scheduling techniques-bar (GANTT) charts. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours 42 ./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. Project planning steps. performance control. : 06ME667 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 termination possibilities 6 Hours UNIT . ISBN 81-259-0777-7 2002 PART . Objectives and goals of the project. : 06ME668 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Project organization and types. Authorities and responsibilities of project manager. of Lecture Hrs.7 CLOSING OF PROJECT: Types of project termination. 7 Hours UNIT .6 PERFORMANCE MEASURES IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Performance indicators. Role of MIS in project control.B UNIT . Decision supports systems./ Week Total No.A UNIT . Project Management.2 PROJECT PLANNING AND ESTIMATING: Feasibility report.Mc-Graw hill 1970 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.8 PROJECT INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: Nature of project inventory.3 ORGANIZING AND STAFFING: The Project Team: Skills / abilities required for project manager. Bhavesh M Patel. Economic models. International Dimensions of Productivity. 7 Hours UNIT . Decision methodology. supply and transportation of materials. Reinhold-1976.4 PROJECT SCHEDULING: Project implementation scheduling. framework for Decision Making. CBS Publishers and Distributors. evaluation of 41 OPERATION MANAGEMENT Subject Code No.

rating. Capacity Management.. Dependent and Independent demand. Inventory cost and Order quantities. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.Approaches to purchase and supply chain management. Aggregate Planning Methods. MRP Logic. Opinion and Judgmental methods. McGraw-Hili 44 . Scope of Materials Management. System Parameters. Objectives of Aggregate Planning. storage and retrieval. Monks. J. Buffa. 6 Hours UNIT . 2002 I. Theory and practice. System refinements. I. Inventory classification and counting 6 Hours UNIT . 1987. Master Scheduling Methods.UNIT . Pearson. and certification. 8 Hours PART .4 FORECASTING: Forecasting Objectives and Uses. CRP activities. Master Scheduling Objectives.. S. Application and Control of Forecasts.2001 2. B.5 AGGREGATE PLANNING AND MASTER SCHEDULING: Introduction. Forecasting Variables. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Operations Management. Exponential smoothing. Facility Location and Facility Layout. inventory control. Modern Production/Operations Management. Regression and Correlation methods. Planning and Scheduling. and Determination of Equipment requirement. PHI.7 MATERIAL AND CAPACITY REQUIREMENTS PLANNING: Overview: MRP and CRP. System capacity. International Editions. Foreign locations and facility layout. R.6 INVENTORY CONTROL AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT: Definition and Need. Concept of continuous improvement of process. 2007. Location Planning for Goods and Services. 43 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. MRP: Underlying Concepts. TataMcGraw Hill. 2002 4.. 6 Hours UNIT . Components Inventory. Mahadevan.B UNIT . Operations Management.3 SYSTEM DESIGN & CAPACITY PLANNING: Design capacity. Production and Operations Management. Vender development. Production and Operations Management. Pannerselvam. 2. Material handling. Productions & Operations Management. e-Procurement. make or buy decision. N.8 PURCHASING & SUPPLY MANAGEMENT: Purchase and supply chain management. 6 Hours UNIT .G. Chary. purpose of inventories. 2002 3. Time Series methods. Adam & Ebert.

7 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Gopal. Control systems: I. function. Analysis using root locus plots.2 MATHEMATICAL MODELS: Transfer function models. DC and AC motors in control systems. open and closed loop systems.5 FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS: Polar plots. Modern Control Engineering: Katsuhiko Ogata. Feedback Control Systems: Schaum’s series 2001. 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. models of mechanical systems. 2. C. of Lecture Hrs. Automatic Control Systems – B. 2004.3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND SIGNAL FLOW GRAPHS: Transfer Functions definition. first order and second order system response to step.6 FREQUENCY RESPONSE ANALYSIS USING BODE PLOTS: Bode attenuation diagrams. Stability Analysis. Control Systems Principles and Design: M. Relative stability concepts. TMH. concepts of feedback./ Week Total No. Types of controllers– Proportional. 5 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. ramp and impulse inputs.VII SEMESTER CONTROL ENGINEERING Subject Code No. New age International publishers 2002. block representation of system elements. Force current. 7 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . models of thermal systems.1 INTRODUCTION: Concept of automatic controls. : 06ME71 : 04 : 52 PART . Gopal. models of electrical circuits. J. John Wiley & Sons.8 CONTROL ACTION AND SYSTEM COMPENSATION: Series and feedback compensation. Integral.A UNIT . Physical devices for system compensation.B UNIT . Simplified Bode Diagrams. Pearson Education. 2003. Pneumatic system. 3. reduction of block diagrams. Kuo. Nyquist Stability Criterion. Proportional Integral.4 TRANSIENT AND STEADY STATE RESPONSE ANALYSIS: Introduction. F. 7 Hours UNIT . general rules for constructing root loci. Signal flow graphs: Mason’s gain formula. Proportional Integral Differential controllers. 7 Hours 45 46 . PART . models of hydraulic systems.7 ROOT LOCUS PLOTS: Definition of root loci. Stability Analysis using Bode plots. M & N circles. 2. phase and gain margin. requirement of an ideal control system. Analogous systems: Force voltage. Nagarath & M. 6 Hours UNIT . concepts of time constant and its importance in speed of response. 6 Hours UNIT . Golnaraghi. System stability: Routh’s-Hurwitz Criterion.

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME72 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

PART - B UNIT - 5 AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY SYSTEMS: Design for automated assembly systems, types of automated assembly system, Parts feeding devices-elements of parts delivery system-hopper, part feeder, Selectors, feed back, escapement and placement analysis of Multistation Assembly Machine analysis of single station assembly. Automated Guided Vehicle System: Introduction, Vehicle guidance and routing, System management, Quantitative analysis of AGV’s with numerical problems and application. 8 Hours UNIT - 6 COMPUTERIZED MANUFACTURING PLANNING SYSTEM: Introduction, Computer Aided Process Planning, Retrieval types of process planning, Generative type of process planning, Material requirement planning, Fundamental concepts of MRP inputs to MRP, Capacity planning. 6 Hours UNIT - 7 CNC MACHINING CENTERS: Introduction to CNC, elements of CNC, CNC machining centers, part programming, fundamental steps involved in development of part programming for milling and turning. 6 Hours UNIT - 8 ROBOTICS: Introduction to Robot configuration, Robot motion, programming of Robots end effectors, Robot sensors and Robot applications. [This is required for CIM automation lab 06MEL77] 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Automation, Production system & Computer Integrated manufacturing, M. P. Groover” Person India, 2007 2nd edition. 2. Principles of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, S. Kant Vajpayee, Prentice Hall India. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Computer Integrated Manufacturing, J. A. Rehg & Henry. W. Kraebber. 2. CAD/CAM by Zeid, Tata McGraw Hill.

PART - A

UNIT - 1 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: Introduction, Automation definition, Types of automation, CIM, processing in manufacturing, Production concepts, Mathematical Models-Manufacturing lead time, production rate, components of operation time, capacity, Utilization and availability, Work-in-process, WIP ratio, TIP ratio, Problems using mathematical model equations. 8 Hours UNIT - 2 HIGH VOLUME PRODUCTION SYSTEM: Introduction Automated flow line-symbols, objectives, Work part transport-continuous, Intermittent, synchronous, Pallet fixtures, Transfer Mechanism-Linear-Walking beam, roller chain drive, Rotary-rack and pinion, Rachet & Pawl, Geneva wheel, Buffer storage, control functions-sequence, safety, Quality, Automation for machining operation. 6 Hours UNIT - 3 ANALYSIS OF AUTOMATED FLOW LINE & LINE BALANCING: General terminology and analyisis, Analysis of Tranfer Line without storageupper bound approach, lower bound approach and problems, Analysis of Transfer lines with storage buffer, Effect of storage, buffer capacity with simple problem, Partial automation-with numerical problems, flow lines with more than two stages, Manual Assembly lines, line balancing problem. 6 Hours UNIT - 4 MINIMUM RATIONAL WORK ELEMENT: Work station process time, Cycle time, precedence constraints. Precedence diagram, Balance delay methods of line balancing-largest Candidate rule, Kilbridge and Westers method, Ranked positional weight method, Numerical problems covering above methods and computerized line balancing. 6 Hours
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MANUFACTURING PROCESS – III Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME73 : 04 : 52 PART - A UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS: Classification of metal working processes, characteristics of wrought products, advantages and limitations of metal working processes.Concepts of true stress, true strain, triaxial & biaxial stresses. Determination of flow stress. Principal stresses, Tresca & VonMises yield criteria, concepts of plane stress & plane strain. 7 Hours UNIT - 2 EFFECTS OF PARAMETERS: Temperature, strain rate, friction and lubrication, hydrostatic pressure in metalworking, Deformation zone geometry, workability of materials, Residual stresses in wrought products. 6 Hours UNIT - 3 FORGING: Classification of forging processes. Forging machines & equipment. Expressions for forging pressures & load in open die forging and closed die forging by slab analysis, concepts of friction hill and factors affecting it. Die-design parameters. Material flow lines in forging. Forging defects, Residual stresses in forging. Simple problems. 7 Hours UNIT - 4 ROLLING: Classification of Rolling processes. Types of rolling mills, expression for RoIling load. Roll separating force. Frictional losses in bearing etc, power required in rolling, Effects of front & back tensions, friction, friction hill. Maximum possible reduction. Defects in rolled products. Rolling variables, simple problems. 6 Hours PART - B UNIT - 5 DRAWING: Drawing equipment & dies, expression for drawing load by slab analysis, power requirement. Redundant work and its estimation, optimal cone angle & dead zone formation, drawing variables, Tube drawing, classification of tube drawing, simple problems. 7 Hours
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UNIT - 6 EXTRUSION: Types of extrusion processes, extrusion equipment & dies, deformation, lubrication & defects in extrusion. Extrusion dies, Extrusion of seamless tubes. Extrusion variables, simple problem 6 Hours UNIT - 7 SHEET & METAL FORMING: Forming methods, dies & punches, progressive die, compound die, combination die. Rubber forming. Open back inclinable press (OBI press), piercing, blanking, bending, deep drawing, LDR in drawing, Forming limit criterion, defects of drawn products, stretch forming. Roll bending & contouring, Simple problems 6 Hours UNIT - 8 HIGH ENERGY RATE FORMING METHODS: Principles, advantages and applications, explosive forming, electro hydraulic forming, Electromagnetic forming. POWDER METALLURGY: Basic steps in Powder metallurgy brief description of methods of production of metal powders, conditioning and blending powders, compaction and sintering application of powder metallurgy components, advantages and limitations. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanical metallurgy (SI units), by G.E. Dieter, Mc Graw Hill pub.2001 2. Manufacturing Engineering and Technology by Serope Kalpakjian and Stevan R. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing by E.paul, Degramo, J.T. Black, Ronald, A.K. Prentice -hall of India 2002 2. Principles of Industrial metal working process - G.W. Rowe, CBSpub. 2002 3. Manufacturing Science, hy Amitabha Ghosh & A.K. Malik - East Westpress 2001 4. Theory of plasticity by Dr. Sadhu Sing

OPERATION RESEARCH Subject Code No. of Lecture Hrs./ Week Total No. of Lecture Hrs. : 06ME74 : 04 : 52 PART - A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100

UNIT - 6 PERT-CPM TECHNIQUES: Network construction, determining critical path, floats, scheduling by network, project duration, variance under probabilistic models, prediction of date of completion, crashing of simple networks. 7 Hours UNIT - 7 GAME THEORY: Formulation of games, Two person-Zero sum game, games with and without saddle point, Graphical solution (2x n, m x 2 game), dominance property. 7 Hours UNIT - 8 INTEGER PROGRAMMING: Gommory’s technique, branch and bound lgorithm for integer programming problems, zero one algorithm 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Operations Research and Introduction, Taha H. A. – Pearson Education edition 2. Operations Research, S. D. Sharma –Kedarnath Ramnath & Co 2002. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. “Operation Research” AM Natarajan, P. Balasubramani, A Tamilaravari Pearson 2005 2. Introduction to operation research, Hiller and liberman, Mc Graw Hill. 5th edition 2001. 3. Operations Research: Principles and practice: Ravindran, Phillips & Solberg, Wiley India lts, 2nd Edition 2007 4. Operations Research, Prem Kumar Gupta, D S Hira, S Chand Pub, New Delhi, 2007

UNIT - 1 INTRODUCTION: Linear programming, Definition, scope of Operations Research (O.R) approach and limitations of OR Models, Characteristics and phases of OR Mathematical formulation of L.P. Problems. Graphical solution methods. 6 Hours UNIT - 2 LINEAR PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS: The simplex method - slack, surplus and artificial variables. Concept of duality, two phase method, dual simplex method, degeneracy, and procedure for resolving degenerate cases. 7 Hours UNIT - 3 TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM: Formulation of transportation model, Basic feasible solution using different methods, Optimality Methods, Unbalanced transportation problem, Degeneracy in transportation problems, Applications of Transportation problems. Assignment Problem: Formulation, unbalanced assignment problem, Traveling salesman problem. 7 Hours UNIT - 4 SEQUENCING: Johnsons algorithm, n - jobs to 2 machines, n jobs 3machines, n jobs m machines without passing sequence. 2 jobs n machines with passing. Graphical solutions priority rules. 6 Hours PART - B

UNIT - 5 QUEUING THEORY: Queuing system and their characteristics. The M/M/1 Queuing system, Steady state performance analysing of M/M/ 1 and M/M/C queuing model. 6 Hours
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Determination of critical speed of a rotating shaft. damping ratio and damping coefficient in a single degree of freedom vibrating systems (longitudinal and torsional) Balancing of rotating masses. FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System): Programming of Automatic storage and Retrieval system (ASRS) and linear shuttle conveyor Interfacing CNC lathe. 20 Marks (05 Write up +15) 20 Marks (05 Write up +15) 10 Marks -----------50 Marks 53 54 . Determination of Fringe constant of Photoelastic material using. 9. circular disk with circular hole under compression. b) Pure bending specimen (four point bending ) Determination of stress concentration using Photoelasticity for simple components like plate with a hole under tension or bending. logarithmic decrement.A CNC part programming using CAM packages. Determination of stresses in Curved beam using strain gauge.B 6.CIM & AUTOMATION LAB Subject Code No. of Practical Hrs.B (Only for Demo/Viva voce) 1. stacking of objects.C (Only for Demo/Viva voce) Pneumatics and Hydraulics. Drilling. PART . PART . 8. of Practical Hrs. or any equivalent software. Robot programming: Using Teach Pendent & Offline programming to perform pick and place. 2D Crane hook. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 DESIGN LABORATORY Subject Code No. Determination of Principal Stresses and strains in a member subjected to combined loading using Strain rosettes. : 06MEL77 : 03 : 42 PART . 2. Scheme of Examinations Two questions from Part A – 40 Marks (10 Write up +30) Viva Voce – 10 Marks Total – 50 Marks 1. Electro-Pneumatics: 3 typical experiments on Basics of these topics to be conducted. Experiments on Gyroscope (Demonstration only) Scheme of Examination: One question from Part A One question from Part B Viva . (only one or more) 7. 3 typical simulations to be carried out using simulation packages like Master.CAM. 2 programs. sensitiveness. of Practical Hrs./ Week Total No. Simulation of Turning.A Determination of natural frequency. of Practical Hrs. Milling operations. power and effort of Porter/Prowel /Hartnel Governor. a) Circular disc subjected to diametral compression. 5. PART . 4./ Week Total No. 10. milling with loading unloading arm and ASRS to be carried out on simple components. : 06MEL78 : 03 : 42 PART . Determination of Pressure distribution in Journal bearing.Voce Total: IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : : : 25 03 50 2. Determination of equilibrium speed. 3.

E. analysis and synthesis. Nortan .4 SYNTHESIS OF LINKAGES: Type. four position synthesis (point precision reduction). 2007 2. and dimensional synthesis. 2006. Uicker. “Theory of Machines and Mechanism”. Precision positions. Ambekar. J. parameters affecting pressure angle. overlay method. J. 2. L./ Week Total No. relative poles of slider crank mechanism. equilibrium and stability. Shigley. Wiley India. angular momentum. 56 . mobility. ‘Kinematics. effect of offset follower motion. kinetic energy of a system. 8 Hours UNIT . Erdman sandoor. McGraw Hill Company. crank-rocker mechanisms with optimum transmission angle. derivation of Hamiltons equations. cams with specified contours. C. 4 Hours 55 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . configuration space. Kinzel. mechanical advantage.7 ANALYTICAL METHODS OF DIMENSIONAL SYNTHESIS: Freudenstein’s equation for four bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism. Advanced Mechanism Design. 6 Hours UNIT . Prentice Hall of India.5 MOTION GENERATION: Poles and relative poles. G. path generation and body guidance. examples. planar. function generation. 4 Hours PART . Tata McGraw Hill 4. 8 Hours UNIT . 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. number. mechanism terminology. R. energy and momentum.A UNIT . Hamiltons equations. Lagrange’s equation from Hamiltons principle. “Classical Dynamics”. Dynamics & Design of Machinery’. 2007. spherical and spatial mechanisms. 8 Hours UNIT . Greenwood. kinematic inversion. PHI. of Lecture Hrs. 3. work and kinetic energy. constraints. Chebychev spacing. three position synthesis.6 GRAPHICAL METHODS OF DIMENSIONAL SYNTHESIS: Two position synthesis of crank and rocker mechanisms. examples. Waldron. A.G. radius of curvature and undercutting. coupler curve synthesis. ‘Mechanism & machine Theory’. relative poles of 4-bar mechanism. examples. unique mechanisms. Vol-1 PHI. equivalent mechanisms. 6 Hours UNIT .1 GEOMETRY OF MOTION: Introduction. ‘Design of Machinery’. cognate linkages. generalized coordinates.Alembert’s principles. principle of virtual work. K. : 06ME751 : 04 : 52 PART .ELECTIVE-II (GROUP B) MECHANISM DESIGN Subject Code No.3 LAGRANGE’S EQUATION: Larange’s equation from D. 2004 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. of Lecture Hrs. pressure angle.2 GENERALIZED PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS: Fundamental laws of motion. J. structural error. two position synthesis of slider crank mechanisms. Grashoffs law.8 CAMS: Introduction. virtual work. Bloch’s method of synthesis. Hamiltons principle.B UNIT .

generalized Hooke’s law. Theory of Plasticity. 7 Hours UNIT . deviator and spherical strain tensors. of Lecture Hrs.6 SLIP LINE FIELD THEORY: Introduction. principal strain. residual stresses in plastic bending. elastic strain energy. problems.4 STRESS STRAIN RELATIONS: Introduction. energy required to change the shape with basic principle problems 7 Hours 57 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . W. elastic perfectly plastic material. flow figures or luder’s cubes.2 PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF METALS: Crystalline structure in metals. plane strain. the maximum work hypothesis. Properties of the slip lines. concept of strain. 6 Hours UNIT . experimental evidence for yield criteria./ Week Total No. Sadhu Singh. construction of slip line nets 7 Hours UNIT . factors affecting plastic deformation.A UNIT . the concept of plastic potential. recovery. mechanism of plastic deformation. shear stress distribution. octahedral strain and representative strain. Kanna publisher 58 .1 FUNDAMENTAL OF ELASTICITY: Concept of stress. yield locus (two dimensional stress space). basic equations for incompressible two dimensional flow. stress transformation laws. continuity equations. compatibility equations. convention for slip lines. residual stresses and problems 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. spherical and deviator stress tensors. Basic Engineering Plasticity. Theory of Plasticity. elastic work hardening of material. Geometry of slip line field. strain hardening. recrystallization and grain growth.Venant’s theory of plastic flow. 6 Hours UNIT . Mellor D Van N. equilibrium equations. theories of strength. empirical equations. plastic torsion of a circular bar. yield or plasticity conditions. L.3 CUBICAL DILATION. 3. S. Chakraborty 3rd Edition Elsevier. : 06ME752 : 04 : 52 PART . stresses in conditions of plain strain. Non linear stress strain curve. spherical and deviator strain. 2. of Lecture Hrs.7 BENDING OF BEAMS: Analysis for stresses. DWA Rees 1st Edition Elsevier. TRUE STRESS AND STRAIN: Strain tensor.THEORY OF PLASTICITY Subject Code No. 6 Hours PART .5 YIELD CRITERIA: Introduction.8 TORSION OF BARS: Introduction. Von Mises and Tresca criteria. solutions of plastic deformation problem. octahedral strains. Ltd 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.O Strand Co. Johnson and P. Srinath TMH. ‘Theory of Plasticity’. Geometrical representation. octahedral stresses. yield surface. types of materials. ‘Engineering Plasticity’. experimental verification of St. problems.B UNIT . 2. problems. mechanical work for deforming a plastic substance. B. theories of plastic flow. strain transformation laws. 7 Hours UNIT .

Time to Market. rubber parts. ceramics and wood: Approach to design with plastics.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . plastic bush bearings. Johnson’s Method of Optimum Design.Y.8 VALUE ENGINEERING AND PRODUCT DESIGN: Introduction. Normal Degree of Value. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Economic of a New Product Design.2 PRODUCT DESIGN PRACTICE AND INDUSTRY: Introduction. Karl T. rubber. Lagrange Multipliers. Optimization by Differential Calculus.4 DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION – METAL PARTS: Producibility requirements in the Design of machine Components. Creativity. Non-traditional Machining Processes. Linear Programming (Simplex Method). The Design of Controls. Anthropometry. design recommendations for rubber parts. Gupta. Machining Process. Functional Design Practice. Primary Design Phases and Flowcharting. Product Strategies. Primary Processes. What is Value? Nature and Measurement of Value. Balanced Design. New Product Development: Design & Analysis by Roland Engene Kinetovicz. Butterworh Heinmann. Oxford. Essential Factors of Product design.1 INTRODUCTION TO PRODUCT DESIGN: Asimow’s model: Definition of product design. Casting Design. N. Break – even Analysis. 2. Geometric Programming. Pressed components Design. Tata Mc. The S’s Standardization. Human being as Applicator of Forces. 2003 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Graw Hill. Product Design and Manufacturing. Tension vis-a-vis Compression. : 06ME753 : 04 : 52 PART . 6 Hours UNIT . Manufacturing Operations in relation to Design.C. The Role of Process Engineer. Production-Consumption Cycle. 6 Hours UNIT . Historical Perspective. Design for Safety. ceramic and glass parts. New Product Development. Value Analysis Test.PRODUCT DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING Subject Code No./ Week Total No. 2. Man as occupant of Space. 6 Hours UNIT . The Morphology of Design ( The seven phases). Material and Process Selection in Value Engineering Modern Approaches to Product Design: Concurrent Design and Quality Function Deployment (QFD).C. Forging Design. 6 Hours UNIT . Importance of Value. Reliability and Environmental Considerations. Material Toughness: Resilience Designing for Uniform Strength. of Lecture Hrs.6 ECONOMIC FACTOR INFLUENCING DESIGN: Product Value. Tim Jones. Role of Aesthetics in Product Design. of controls. gears in plastics.B UNIT . Man/Machine Information Exchange. Flow and Value Addition in the Production-Consumption Cycle. Epinger. 3rd Edition. 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours 59 . Role of Allowance. 7 Hours UNIT . Chitale and R. Ease of Location Casting and Special Casting. Process Capability and Tolerance in Detailed Design & Assembly. of Lecture Hrs. Design by Innovation. Renard Series. John Wiley and Sosn Inc. Design by Evolution. Review of Production Process: Introduction. and Design for Machining Ease. 1990. Analysis of the Product. Product Design & Development. mc 1997.5 OPTIMIZATION IN DESIGN: Introduction. 60 UNIT . STIFFNESS AND RIGIDITY CONSIDERATIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN: Principal Stress Trajectories (Force-Flow Lines). Designing with Plastic.3 REVIEW OF STRENGTH. Value Engineering Idea Generation Check-list Cost Reduction through value engineering case study on Tap Switch Control Assembly. The Value analysis Job Plan. Simplification. Steps to Problems-solving and Value Analysis. the Design of Displays.. Criteria and Objectives of Design.7 HUMAN ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS IN PRODUCT DESIGN: Introduction. PHI 4th edition 2007. Profit and Competitiveness. Siddal’s Classification of Design Approaches. Ulrich & Steven D. A. Economic Analysis.

reflected radiation on a tilted surface. Fermi level. 6 Hours UNIT . dust. theory. transmissivity. absorber area. thin film solar cell. intercept factor.trough. principle of working).Beam. Solar ponds. collector efficiency factor and collector flow factor. space cooling. transmissivity of the cover system. renewable energy potential and achievements in India. Materials for concentrators: . Solar radiation data of India.6 PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF LIQUID FLAT PLATE COLLECTORS: General description. bottom and side loss.4 SOLAR THERMAL RADIATION DEVICES: Liquid flat plate collectors.Single crystal solar cell. numerical examples. Distillation. solar air heaters.Doping. Concentration ratio. receiver cover and surface coating. Cell temperature factors affecting PV cell performance Current status and Future potential of P. operational problems (Sketches.8 CONCENTRATORS. spectral solar impedance. 6 Hours UNIT .V. Pyronometer. day length. correlation for the top loss coefficient. the Sun. evacuated tubular collectors. Local apparent time. expression for flux on a tilted surface. number of covers. TRACKING: Concentration. Numerical examples. Principles of working of solar cell:. solar time. limits to cell efficiency. insulation. cells.coefficient.B PART . Solar radiation on a inclined surface. pyrheliometer. V. Geometrical optics in concentrators:. diffuse and global radiation. selective surface (qualitative discussion). The overall loss coefficient. apparent motion of sun. 8 Hours 62 61 . Solar Concentrators: Introduction. Thermal analysis:. hour angle.5 SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM: Introduction. working principle. solar spectrum.) 6 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Poly crystal solar cell. numerical examples. collector geometry.Reflecting and Refracting surfaces. fluid inlet temperature. selective surface. Effect of various parameters on the collector performance: Collector orientation. solar altitude angle. Theoretical solar image. Description.7 TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION: Temperature distribution between the collectors tubes.SOLAR ENERGY Subject Code No.latitude. General characteristics of solar energy. optical efficiency. parabolic. mean plate temperature. ray tracing in a refracting surface. of Lecture Hrs.absorptivity product. declination. working fluids.3 SOLAR RADIATION GEOMETRY: Sun earth angles. Non tracking concentrator. sunshine recorder (schematic diagram and working principles of the devices. I-V characteristic./ Week Total No. collector heat removal factor. Two dimensional concentrators. thermal efficiency. Refrigeration.Cylindrical parabolic concentrator. STORAGE DEVICES: Sensible heat storage. TYPES. Tracking Methods:Three Dimensional Concentrators.A UNIT .2 SOLAR RADIATION AT THE EARTH SURFACE: Solar constant beam. Solar furnace.Measurement of solar radiation. 8 Hours UNIT . p-n junction. Application of solar energy: water heating. problems (all correlations to be provided) 6 Hours UNIT . concentrating collectors like cylindrical. Numerical problems. active and passive cooling systems. Local concentration ratio or brightness concentration ratio.1 INTRODUCTION: Energy source: renewable energy sources. characteristic parameters: Aperture area. monthly average hourly and daily radiation on inclined surface. geometric concentration ratio. space heating. stagnation temperature. 6 Hours UNIT .Ray tracing in a reflecting surface. basic energy balance equation.. : 06ME754 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Flux on a plane surface. instantaneous efficiency (all expression to be provided). defuse. solar azimuth angle. Various power generation methods. 6 Hours UNIT . Photovoltaic Material:. zenith. Acceptance angle. CLASSIFICATION. surface azimuth angle. photovoltaic effect. latent heat storage. Hemispherical Bowl Mirror.

3 ADIABATIC FLOW: Stagnation temperature change. of Lecture Hrs. Entropy considerations. K. 7 Hours 63 64 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . detonation and deflageration.A. Subject Code No. B.ISBN 0-07-462453-9. Sorensen. Fanno equations. Mach number. Effect of back pressure on nozzle flow.A.5 WAVE PHENOMENA: Classification of wave phenomena. Friction factor and friction parameter.2 ISENTROPIC FLOW: Acoustic velocity. J. P. Generalized one dimensional flow. Bernoulli’s Equation. Hugoniot equation. The dynamic equation and Euler’s Equation. Solar Energy. maximum heat transfer.6 VARIABLE AREA FLOW: Velocity variation with Isentropic flow. W. : 06ME755 : 04 : 52 PART ..1 FUNDAMENTAL EQUATIONS OF STEADY FLOW: Continuity and momentum equations. Tata McGraw. Nag THH 2003. pressure. 6 Hours UNIT . The thrust function. Pressure ratio and temperature ratio. analysis of shock phenomena. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.D. compression waves. Weak waves. 8 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Fanno line. Flow parameters. 6 Hours PART . oblique shock waves. Netwark (1991) 2. Rayleigh line.P Sukhatme.GAS DYNAMICS TEXT BOOKS: 1. Steady flow energy equation. 6 Hours UNIT . NewDelhi.Rai 3. Convergent nozzle and convergent divergent nozzle.4 FLOW WITH FRICTION: The fanning equation. stagnation temperature. S. Solar Energy Utilization – G.H. Solar Engineering of thermal processes. and density. Normal shock waves. and Beckman.A UNIT . Effect of pressure ratio on Nozzle operation. of Lecture Hrs. Solar Power Engineering. Khan. Renewable Energy. Duffie. Rayleigh Pilot equations. Non Conventional Energy Resources./ Week Total No. Mach cone and Mach angle. Entropy considerations. Criteria for acceleration and deceleration. John Wiley and Sons.Principles of thermal collection and storage.Hill publishing company limited. Comparison of flow in nozzle. Elsvier publications. 2.B UNIT .TMH 4. Isothermal flow functions.

Enterprises Communication and Collaboration. flame stabilization. computer peripherals. Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Business 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 65 66 .7 Applications of dimensional analysis and similitude to gas dynamic problems. Functional E-Business systems.B UNIT .A UNIT . Fundamentals of Compressible flow: Yahya. Gas Dynamics. Introduction to Gas Dynamics: Rolty. Electronics commerce fundamentals. J. 6 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.8 INTRODUCTION TO FLAMES AND COMBUSTION: Flame propagation.5 BUSINESS DECISION: E –Business Decision Supports Systems for decision support. developments and management. Telecommunication and Networks – overview of telecommunications and networks. executive support systems. 1994. Computer Softwareapplication software. 7 Hours PART . 7 Hours UNIT . F. 4. business Enterprise The Internet. 1991. Cross Functional EBusiness systems. E Radhakrishnan PHI-2006 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 2. Wieley Eastern. Electronic Business Systems.1 FOUNDATION CONCEPTS: Foundations of Information Systems in Business Information System and Technologies. Compressible Fluid Flow. of Lecture Hrs. output. Elements of Gas Dynamics: Liepmann and roshko. computer system management. and storage technologies. Business applications. Intranets and Extranets in Business. end user and enterprise computing. Electronic Commerce systems. technical telecommunications alternatives. wiley 1998. end user application. input.2 REVIEW OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES: Computer Hardware – computer systems.3 DATA RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Managing Data Resources. diffusion flames. 2. premixed flames. 2nd Edn. Technical foundations of Database Management. theories of flame propagation. competing with Information Technology using Information Technology for strategic advantage. 3.4 BUSINESS APPLICATIONS: The Internet worked E. Wiley 1994./ Week Total No. 6 Hours UNIT . commerce applications and Issues. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. system software. ignition for combustible mixture. flame velocity.UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . group decision support system. The dynamiacs and thermodynamics of compressible fluid flow: Shapiro Ronold press. : 06ME756 : 04 : 52 PART . Anderson MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Subject Code No.

Developing E-Business solutions – Developing E-Business systems. Jams. AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING Subject Code No. Enterprise and Global management of EBusiness Technology – Managing E-Business Technologies. Off/Outsourcing. Technology Management. ISBN 0-07-463197-9 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.Jawadekar. Computer Process control.3 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEM: Basic Elements of an Automated System. 7 Hours UNIT . security management of E –Business.5 GROUP TECHNOLOGY & FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: Part Families. Flexible Manufacturing Systems: What is an FMS. 2002. of Lecture Hrs. 7 Hours UNIT . FMS Components. Ltd. 8 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 67 68 . Ethical and Societal challenges of E-Business.2 MANUFACTURING OPERATIONS: Manufacturing Operations. Automation principles & Strategies 5 Hours UNIT . Managaement Information systems. Automation in Production systems. Laudon & Laudon.4 AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: Components of a Manufacturing systems. W. Information sytems for Modern managaement G. 7 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.Murdick PHI 2002./ Week Total No. Production concepts and Mathematical Models & Costs of Manufacturing Operations 7 Hours UNIT . PHI 1998 Ed. Global Value chain.Tata McGraw Hillpulbishing Co. : 06ME757 : 04 : 52 PART . Management Information Systems. Cellular Manufacturing.B UNIT . Case Studies 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.Sadagopan.R. Single Station Manned Workstations and Single Station Automated Cells. ISBN 81-203-1180-9 3. Managing information Technology in the Internet Worked Enterprise. New Delhi 1998. Continuous versus Discrete control. Global EBusiness. Prentice Hall of India. S. Organizing International Information Systems.S. A O’Braien McGraw Hillpublishing company Ltd. Manufacturing Support systems. Managing Global systems.UNIT . Mangement Information Systems. EBusiness planning fundamentals. and FMS Planning & Implementation Issues. Managing information systems. Production Flow Analysis.. Parts Classification and coding.A UNIT . Classification of Manufacturing Systems.8 MANAGING GLOBAL SYSTEMS: Growth of International Information Systems. 5th edition ISBN 007048637-9 2. Implementing E-Business systems.6 DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES: Developing E-Business strategies. Advanced Automation Functions & Levels of Automation. FMS Applications & Benefits. Forms of Computer Process Control. ISBN 81-203-1282-1 2. 7 Hours PART .. implementing E-Business strategies. 1998 Ed. overview of Classification Scheme.1 INTRODUCTION: Production System Facilities.7 MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES: Security and Ethical challenges of EBusiness – Security. Product/Production Relationship.

Advanced Manufacturing Planning. TQM: Introduction-Definition. Groover. Taguchi & his quality loss function. TOTAL QUALITY. Concurrent Engineering & Design for Manufacturing. Quality trilogy. Viswanandham. Inspection Probes on Machine Tools. Anatomy of Automation.2 EVOLUTION OF TQM: Contribution of Quality Gurus. Krishna Kant. Joseph Juran. EEE-PHI TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. 6 Hours UNIT . 4 Hours UNIT . Performance Modeling of Automated Manufacturing Systems. Amber. economics total of quality costs and its reduction. Comparisons of Lean & Agile Manufacturing. applying proactive improvement. of Lecture Hrs. seven steps. Prentice Hall. of Lecture Hrs. M.1 QUALITY.8 MANUFACTURING SUPPORT SYSTEM: Process Planning. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Reactive Improvement Standard steps & 7 tools of quality. Vajpayee. to develop new product. 8 Hours c.3 LEADERSHIP AND QUALITY COSTS: Characteristics of quality leaders. 14 points. Optical Inspection Techniques & Noncontact Nonoptical Inspection Technologies 6 Hours UNIT .4 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT: a. Quality statement. Introduction to SQC Tools. standard steps. management diagnosis of seven steps.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT .7 INSPECTION TECHNOLOGIES: Automated Inspection. Taguchi Methods in Quality Engineering. Principles of CIM. Historical Review. Machine Vision. Ishikawa and company wide quality control. 2008 2. Computer Aided Process Planning. S. process control b./ Week Total No. Proactive Improvement. Introduction. Basic Concepts of Lean and Agile manufacturing. Introduction to quality costs. prevention costs. Coordinate Measuring Machines Construction. PHI 3. TQM framework. Basic concepts of lean and Agile manufacturing.Edward Deming. 7 management tools. Software. strategic planning. Just-in Time Production System. 2. Pearson education. Crosby & quality treatment.6 QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEMS: Traditional and Modern Quality Control Methods. Management of quality costs. Application & Benefits. PDSA cycle. failure costs. P. Basic Approach. 69 70 . 4 Hours UNIT . Amber G. Improvement as problem solving process W-V Model of CI. operation & Programming.UNIT . Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 8 Hours UNIT . Flexible Inspection System. : 06ME758 : 04 : 52 PART . Automation. PHI. Appraisal costs.three stages & nine step. reactive improvement. Computer Based Industrial Control. Benefits of TQM. Third Edition.H & P.

Total Quality Management: Dale H. 6 Hours UNIT . methods of compensation separation technique. Edition – 1 3. phase. 5 Hours UNIT . ISBN: 0803977476.5 TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES IN TQM: Kaizen. problems.3 STRAIN GAUGE ROSETTES: Necessity.6 QUALITY FUNCTION DEPLOYMENT AND FAILURE MODES EFFECTS ANALYSIS: Introduction to QFD and QFD process. polarization. New age pub. Institute of Standards Engineers (SEI). H. Pneumatic. Total Quality Management for Engineers: M. types. half wave plate. four revolutions in management. quarter wave plate. Alan Graham.B IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.8 PRODUCT ACCEPTANCE CONTROL: Product acceptance control through IS 2500 part 1 and part 2. 8 Hours UNIT . dark and bright fields arrangements. Method of bonding strain gauges. Edition 03/e Paperback (Special Indian Edition) 2. plane polariscope. Publisher: Wood head Publishing REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. production of plane polarized light and circularly polarized light. amplitude. Benchmarking Definition. isochromatics and isoclinics. calibration of strain measuring system. A New American TQM. ISBN: 1855730243. 3M. properties of an ideal gauge material. Overview of TS 16959. Bester field. Wheatstone’s bridge. Organisational Excellence through TQM. Productivity press.PART . loadcells. 7 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Crystal optics: Passage of light through crystalline media. ISBN: 8129702606. Inc.4 NATURE OF LIGHT: Harmonic wave. Rationale for implementation of quality by design. semiconductor strain gauges problems. 2008 ELECTIVE-III (GROUP C) EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS Subject Code No. Six Sigma./ Week Total No. Overview of ISO-14000. Error due to input impedance of measuring instrument. multiple gauge circuits. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. protective coating. ISO-9000 series of standards.7 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: Introduction to different standards Quality management systems.B UNIT . of Lecture Hrs. Publisher: Sage Publications.2 Strain gauge Circuits. Process of benchmarking. Lal. analysis.1 INTRODUCTION: Mechanical. Electrical Resistance Strain Gauges – Gauge factor .. 1990 2. temperature compensation. David Walden. circular polariscope. Acoustic strain gauges. Oregon. 5S. FMEA. 100 Methods for Total Quality Management: Gopal K. : 06ME761 : 04 : 52 PART . adhesive material. Bureau of Indian standards (BIS). Kanji and Mike Asher. Isoclinic and Isochromatic fringe order at a point. Shoji Shiba. 6 Hours PART . PokaYoke. Design FMEA and process FMEA. Publisher Pearson Education India. 8 Hours UNIT . problems. 8 Hours 71 72 . Quality by design.A UNIT . absolute and relative phase difference. Optical.5 TWO-DIMENSIONAL PHOTO ELASTICITY: Stress optic law. Re-engineering. backing material. strain gauges lead wire and connections. Zairi.

Man as a designer: Design by evolution. Lingaiah. multi criteria decisions. J. Raghavan. Gargesh. Tata McGraw Hill Publication 2001. 6 Hours PART . G. M. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. of Lecture Hrs. decision making and iteration. K. Tata McGraw Hill publication 2000.8 Introduction to holography. exponential reliability function.. 1996. specifications. A.3 ORIGINATION OF DESIGN CONCEPT: Process of idealization. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Ramachandara & B. Duraelli. Moire Analysis of Strain. K.6 Reliability Considerations in Design: Bath tub curve. machining. reflection polariscope. analysis of need. photo elastic data for stress analysis. : 06ME762 : 04 : 52 PART . sign and other of fringes. scaling model prototype relation. S. Dally & Riley. 3. Experimental Stress Analysis. S. problems of moiré gratings. Introduction to computer techniques and fringe analysis. (Numerical) 7 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 73 74 . A. casting of photo elastic models.5 EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVES AND DESIGN DECISIONS: Physical realizability. of Lecture Hrs. problems. moiré fringe photograph. E. Applied Stress Analysis. Srinath. Introduction to brittle coating technique. 2nd edn. Kobayassin (Ed. stress relieving. Pant. and some design methods like morphological analysis. moiré techniques for inplane problems. properties of ideal photo elastic material. 2. MORPHOLOGY OF DESIGN: The three phases of design projects. mental fixity. geometric approach. 6 Hours UNIT .H. 2. Hand Book of Experimental Mechanics.) SEM/ VCH. 6 Hours UNIT . Moire techniques: Phenomenon. Experimental Stress Analysis. compatibility and stability analysis.R.B UNIT . Analysis of Stress and Strain. system reliability concept.7 BIFRINGENT COATING: Theory. Concept of utility.1 INTRODUCTION: What is designing. 6 Hours UNIT . Durelli & parks. A. Phillips and C. A. DESIGN TREE: Quality of design. prentice hall India. displacement approach. brain storming etc. J. and standards of performance and constraints. ENGINEERING SYSTEM DESIGN Subject Code No. L. 8 Hours UNIT . 4. 2000.4 PRELIMINARY DESIGN: Mathematical modeling for functional design: concept of sensitivity.2 IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF NEED: Preliminary need statement. Durelli.6 PHOTO ELASTIC ANALYSIS: Calibration of photo elastic model material. 1958.UNIT . Trao McGraw Hill. inadequacies of traditional design method: System approach of engineering problems: Need models: design history of large scale existing system. 6 Hours UNIT . the structure of design process.A UNIT . decisions under uncertainty and risk (Numerical) 8 Hours UNIT . moiré fringe analysis./ Week Total No. 1970. AIDA. two dimensional application.

6 Hours UNIT .Seeds of Human Futures-Wiley Inter Science. Murthy. Woodhead & K. Asimov-Prentice Hall.4 COMBUSTION CHAMBERS: Requirements of combustion chambers. 2000 2.I. INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES Subject Code No. HUCR values. Introduction of Engineering Design by T.B UNIT . : 06ME763 : 04 : 52 PART .K. 2000 2. Effect of chemical equilibrium and variable specific heats. engines. Design of displays and controls. 1996 3.3 COMBUSTION IN C. ENGINES: Mixture requirements in S. Diesel knock. by V. Wong. numerical problems./ Week Total No. Tata McGraw Hill. of Lecture Hrs.I engine.I. Effect of air fuel ratio and exhaust gas dilution.Bio gas as Diesel engine fuels. Introduction to Design by M.D.chemical structure-influence of chemical structure on knock alternative fuels-Alcohols-vegetable oils. Calculation of combustion temperatures. Effect of Knock on engine performance.A.I. R.W. 5 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 75 76 .A UNIT . 8 Hours UNIT . Anti knock agents .W. 1970. Woodson. Man-Machine Cycle. McGraw Hil1. Gupta and P. Simple. 6 Hours PART . Use of combustion charts. Design & Planning of Engineering systems by D.I.Methods of controlling diesel knock. Meredith. (Numerical) OPTIMIZATION: Introduction to LPP. Ihead. Simple Carburetor and its limitations. of Lecture Hrs. Knock fee and knocking combustion-Theories of combustion process in S.Pre ignition . Effect of operating variables on knocking. ENGINES: Ricardo's three stages of combustion process in C.Post ignition.I. Comparison of various types of combustion chambers. Worthman. Knock rating of Diesel fuels. Delay period & factors affecting delay period. K. Design Methods .8 MAN-MACHINE INTERACTION: Designing for use and maintenance.I.2001 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. break-even analysis. engines. An Introduction to engineering design method. 5 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . Fixed and variable costs. Knock rating of fuels-octane number. engine combustion chambers-Air swirl turbulence-M. C.7 ECONOMICS AND OPTIMIZATION IN ENGINEERING DESIGN: Economics in Engineering Design. type combustion chamber. 7 Hours UNIT . Features of different types of combustion chambers system for S. Factors influencing displays and controls. engine.1 THERMODYNAMIC CYCLE ANALYSIS: Deviation from ideal processes.UNIT .5 FUELS: Hydro carbons .2 CARBURATION AND COMBUSTION PROCESS IN S. F-head combustion chambers.

C. F. A course in I. of Lecture Hrs. 1986 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. air cooling & liquid cooling-role of thermostats-radiator construction. John Wiley & sons. Two injector engines Pilot ignition engine. Cooling system. Mathur and R. enginesElectronic fuel injection system.1 INTRODUCTION: Characteristics of composites and ceramics materials. Internal Combustion Engines. 7 Hours PART . Stratified charge engines (Lean burned SI engine) Multi fuel engines. Characteristics and application. 1998. Engines. Edward. design and manufacturing principles. 1973. 2003. Magnetic circuit design.2 SENSING AND ACTUATION: Principals of electromagnetic. concepts. signal processing. principals of MR fluid value designs. Engine.I. Judge 2000 SMART MATERIALS Subject Code No. 7 Hours UNIT . I. 2. 2. amalog and digital feed back controls. 7 Hours UNIT . repair and maintainability aspects.UNIT . Engineering Fundamentals of the I. distributed. 6 Hours UNIT . Types of MR fluids. Pulkrabek.3 CONTROL DESIGN: Design of shape memory alloys. Types of sensors and their applications.6 FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS: Diesel injection systems-jerk pump injectors Nozzles of different types-Petrol injection systems for S. 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 77 78 . MR Dumpers. Dimensional implications for structural control. Electro-magnetic materials and shape memory alloys-processing and characteristics 6 Hours UNIT ./ Week Total No. Lichty. Ganeshan. 7 Hours UNIT . Combustion Engine Process. Tata McGraw Hill.7 MODERN DEVELOPMENTS: Turbo charging and super charging of I. P. Dynamics and controls. Rotary piston engine.6 Controls: Principles of structural acoustic control. Obert. 7 Hours UNIT . Internal Combustion Engines. Sharma 20001. chemical and mechanical sensing and actuation. acoustics. : 06ME764 : 04 : 52 PART . all ceramic swirl chamber engines. Total emission control package thermal reactor packagecatalytic converter package-control of NOX -Exhaust gas recirculation-Water injection.C. principals and characterization. Harper International edition. 3. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. L.4 OPTICS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC: Principals of optical fiber technology. Design issues.B UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.A UNIT . Willard W.Water cooling.C.5 STRUCTURES: Principles of drag and turbulence control through smart skins. characteristics of active and adaptive optical system and components.C. their compatibility writer conventional and advanced materials.engines. Engines. 2nd Edition. manufacturing. 4. Ferguson C. Colin R.8 EMISSION REGULATION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS: Mechanism of pollutant formation. applications in environment such as aerospace and transportation vehicles. M.

business need. Managing people in Agile orgnisation. An introduction for scientists and Engineers’. Robust design approach./ Week Total No.1 AGILE MANUFACTURING: Definition. Adaptability and learners – comparison of concepts. 6 Hours TEST BOOKS: 1. Y Wang. Paris 1996 2.UNIT . ‘Smart Materials and Structures’. 7 Hours UNIT . Massow S A. Management of complexities and information. of Lecture Hrs. Data Processing. examples. G P Gibss’Adaptive Structres’. 1998 3.4 APPLICATION OF IT/IS CONCEPTS IN AGILE MANUFACTURING: Strategies. Agility. Strategies. system concepts. London. V. generic features. approaches. ‘Smart Materials and Structures’. Jhon Wiles and Sons. 1991 (ISBN : 0471830070) AGILE MANUFACTURING Subject Code No.5 AGILE SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: Principles. of Lecture Hrs. MEMS. 6 Hours UNIT . applications of multimedia to improve agility in manufacturing. (ISBN : 0521650267) 2. RC Smith. New York. flow. concepts. Characteristics and Applications. characteristics. integration of organization. IT/IS concepts in supply chain management. conceptual frame work. Approaches to enhance ability in manufacturing. Optic Sensors : Jhon Wiley & Sons. workforce and technology. enterprise integration and management in agile manufacturing. 1992 (ISBN : 0412370107) REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 7 Hours PART . 2001. Banks HT. 6 Hours UNIT . Approaches. Analysis and Design’.2 DEVELOPING AGILE MANUFACTURING: Enterprise.3 INTEGRATION OF PRODUCT /PROCESS DEVELOPMENT: Principles.7 PRINCIPLES OF VIBRATION AND MODAL ANALYSIS: PZT Actuators.8 INFORMATION PROCESSING: Neural Network. M V Gandhi and B S Thompson Chapmen & Hall. W R Saunolers. reference models. Role of QFD. Clark R L.B UNIT . : 06ME765 : 04 : 52 PART . Srinivasan. A. Magnetic shape Memory Alloys. 7 Hours 79 80 . ‘Smart Structures – Cambridge University Press. Data Visualisation and Reliability – Principals and Application domains. New York. Esic Udd. 7 Hours UNIT .A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . New York.

Cylindrical joint. Aggregate capacity planning and production line design / redesign in Agile manufacturing.A UNIT . design enhancements. 7 Hours UNIT . ASQC quality press./ Week Total No. : 06ME766 : 04 : 52 PART . 3R manipulators. Types of Robots. Notation.4 DYNAMICS OF MANIPULATORS: Kinetic energy. puma560 manipulator. India REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. definition.ROBOTICS UNIT . Poul T Kidd. Stanford arm. SCARA manipulator. Homogeneous coordinates. Euler Angles For fixed frames X-Y-Z and moving frame ZYZ. RPR manipulator.Forging Mew Frontiers’. 7 Hours UNIT . Joseph C Moutigomery and Lawrurence – Staying Flexible for competitive advantage. Wisconsiw. Inverse kinematics of 2R. 6 Hours UNIT . Singularities of 2R maipulators. examples. Differential motions of a frame (translation and rotation). Types of Joints: Rotary. Elsevier Press. Milwaukee. Some Properties of Rotation Matrices. Transformation matrices of 3R manipulator.1 INTRODUCTION AND MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION OF ROBOTS: History of Robots. Role of standards. first and last links.8 DESIGN OF SKILL & KNOWLEDGE: Enhancing technology for Machine tool system. Linear and angular velocities of links in serial manipulators. Singularity in force domain. 3R manipulator. Chicogo USa 1997 Subject Code No. Successive Rotations. decision support for selection of cutting parameters. Jacobian. Spherical joint. Agile Development for Mass Customization. Properties of BT . 2R. O Levine Transitions to Agile Manufacturing. SCARA manipulator 7 Hours UNIT . parametric approach only. concepts. David M Andeson and B Joseph Pine. USA 1996 2. ‘‘Agile Manufacturing”. 1994 2. Linear and angular velocity of a rigid body. the 21st Century Competitive strategy. 6 Hours 81 82 A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . Velocity ellipse of 2R manipulator. Position and Orientation of a Rigid Body. Potential energy. of Lecture Hrs. Amagow Co. Representation of Links using DenvitHartenberg Parameters: Link parameters for intermediate. Resumption of design requirement geometry. Equation of motion using Lagrangian. Statics of serial manipulators. Cellular manufacturing. 6 Hours UNIT .2 KINEMATICS OF SERIAL MANIPULATORS: Direct kinematics of 2R. Recursive formulation of Dynamics using Newton Euler equation. Link transformation matrices. strategic options in Agile manufacturing. Equation of motions of one and two degree freedom spring mass damper systems using Lagrangian formulation. 3R. methods. of Lecture Hrs. puma560 manipulator. RRP. PUMA560 manipulator. Equation of motion of 2R manipulator using Lagrangian. Static force and torque analysis of 3R manipulator. NewtonEuler formulation.7 CORPORATE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN AGILE MANUFACTURING: Strategies.6 COMPUTER CONTROL OF AGILE MANUFACTURING: CAPP for Agile Manufacturing. ISBN-0-201-63163-6. ‘Agile Manufacturing. ISBN -13 978-0-08-04 3567-1. Jacobian of serial manipulator. A Gunasekharan. UK. Transformation between coordinate system. Inertia of a link. Prismatic joint. Irwin Professional Publishing.3 VELOCITY AND STATICS OF MANIPULATORS: Differential relationships.

Use of reduction gears. Joint space schemes with via points.structure and principle of operation. electric. Pearso Education. 6 Hours UNIT . force sensing resistor.6 CONTROL: Feedback control of a single link manipulator.Partitioning a task for force and position control.4 CFD TECHNIQUES: Introduction. Stepper motors. Proximity sensors-magnetic. accuracy.8 SENSORS: Sensor characteristics. Finite difference method. Linear segments with parabolic blends. inductive.2 CFD SOLUTION PROCEDURE: Problem set up-pre-process. buoyant free standing fire. Introduction to Robotics Analysis. : 52 PART . advances in numerical methods and techniques – incompressible flows. Cartesian space schemes. stiffness vs. J. PID control. PHI. second order system. Velocity sensorencoders. Cubic trajectory with a via point.first order.8 ADVANCED TOPICS IN CFD: Introduction. moving grids. the continuity equation. B. air/particle flow in human nasal cavity. Resolvers. Schilling R. the additional equations for turbulent flows. Analysis and Control. PID control of multi link manipulator. Robotics. powerto-weight ratio. 6 Hours UNIT . ultrasonic.A UNIT .B UNIT .. 1989. consistency. 8 Hours PART . J. pneumatic actuators. operating pressure. peg in hole Hybrid force and position controller 8 Hours UNIT . compliance. high speed flows. the momentum equation. Ghosal A. optical.PART . Discretisation of governing equations.lever. CFD as a design tool. generic form of the governing equations for CFD. eddy-current proximity sensors. Niku. S. Introduction to Robotics: Mechanica and Control. Torque sensors.. stepper motor speed-torque characteristics 6 Hours UNIT . Addison-Welsey.5 CFD SOLUTION ANALYSIS: Introduction. Acceleration sensors. Force control of manipulator.3 GOVERNING EQUATIONS FOR CFD: Introduction. Numerical solution – CFD solver.6 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR CFD: Introduction. Fundamentals of Robotics. LES. force control of single mass.. 2. Finite volume method. 6 Hours UNIT .7 ACTUATORS: Types.1 INTRODUCTION: Computational Fluid Applications. 8 Hours UNIT . Reversible AC motors.B UNIT . 5 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Oxford. 2006 83 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS Subject Code : 06ME767 No.5 TRAJECTORY PLANNING: Joint space schemes.7 APPLICATIONS OF CFD: Introduction. turbulent modeling. RANS-LES coupling for 84 . the energy equation. Force and Pressure sensors – piezoelectric. tachometers. 6 Hours UNIT . Third order polynomial trajectory planning. 2nd Edition. of Lecture Hrs. Brushles DC motors. indoor air flow distribution. Electric motors: DC motors. Characteristics of actuating system: weight. cubic trajectory. Result report and visualization-post-process. comparision of hydraulic. Craig. converting governing equations to algebraic equation system. Numerical solutions. compressible flows. Hydraulic actuators. Fundamental Concepts and Analysis. capacitive. case studies.potentiometers. grid generation. CFD as a research tool.2006 2. Touch and tactile sensor. Position sensors. Systems. boundary conditions. Applications. multigrid methods. efficiency. proportional feedback control. LVDT.. parallel computing. Advances in computational methods – DNS. 2008 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. of Lecture Hrs/Week : 04 Total no. immersed boundary methods. Cartesian straight line and circular motion planning 7 Hours UNIT . flow over vehicle platoon. Advantages. Encoders. Future of CFD. J. CFD applied to heat transfer coupled with fluid flow. convergence. boundary conditions. stability. 6 Hours UNIT . Displacement sensor. IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 Dynamics.

Anil W. combustion. profit and Loss Account. Activity ratios – Inventory turnover ratio. Butterworth-Heinemann (ELSEVIER). Financial Statement. service tax. numerical problems. Balance Sheet with adjustments. cash cycle and operating cycle analysis.K. 3. Classification of the variances analysis – material. New York. types of debt instruments.6 RATIO ANALYSIS / ACCOUNTING RATIO: Liquidity ratio – Current ratio.B UNIT . Malalasekra. features of convertible securities and warrants. (1995). international fund availability. 2008.3 WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: Definition. Profit margin. of Lecture Hrs. process costing. Khan & Jain. Computational Fluid Dynamics – The basics and applications. 2007. Statutory Registration. Jr. 7 Hours UNIT . Mcgraw-Hill. Budgetory control. 2. An introduction to CFD. Valuation of securities. Pradip Niyogi. Pearson Education. VAT. Business risk. Education. journal and ledger posting. 6 Hours UNIT . Debtors Turnover ratio. Features of debt. 7 Hours FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING Subject Code No. Anderson J. Guan Heng Yeoh and Chaoqun Liu. need and factors influencing the working capital requirement./ Week Total No.5 INTRODUCTION: Book keeping – systems of book keeping. fluid-structure interaction. Profitability ratio. job costing. quick ratio.K. Calculation of gross working capital and net working capital requirement. of Lecture Hrs. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. methods of measuring the risk. Pearson.excise Duty. preparation of cost sheet. H.2 RISK AND REQUIRED RETURN: Risk and return relationship.4 LONG TERM FINANCING: Raising of finance from primary and secondary markets. preparation of cash budgets. multiphase flows. absorption and variable costing. 20001 86 . labour and overhead variances. Preparation of the balance sheet from various ratios. Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics. return on investment(ROI) and credit rating of units. Coverage ratio. 6 Hours UNIT . debentures. capital structure ratio. Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics. Return on assets. Analysis of any one published balanced sheet.turbulent flows.1 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT: Forms of organization.8 BUDGETING: Types of budgets – Flexible budgets. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 2006.Debt – equity ratio. 2008. cycle. Determination of operating 85 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . 2. Computational Fluid Dynamic – a practical approach. 7 Hours PART . calculation of expected rate of return to the portfolio. financial risk. physiological fluid dynamics and other numerical approaches. Financial Management. 2nd Edition. text & problems TMH ISBN 0-07-460208-A. : 06ME768 : 04 : 52 PART . advantages & limitations of budgeting. Shares. Preparation of Trial balance. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. 7 Hours UNIT .D. Date. Chakrabarthy and M.7 COSTING: Classification of cost. turnover ratio. Versteeg and W. Laha. Jiyuan Tu. purchase and production budgets and master budget. direct and indirect taxes. central sales tax. S.A UNIT . Cambridge University press.

of Lecture Hrs. Applications areas. lithography. Evolution of micro-manufacturing. Financial Accounting. 2000 MICRO AND SMART SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY Subject Code No. Components of a smart system. 2000 4. b) What are microsystems? Feynman’s vision. b) Silicon micromachining: surface. thin-film deposition./ Week Total No. Theory and Practice. Vikas Publication House ISBN 0-7069-5435-1. Financial Decision Making. portable clinical analyzer. polymers and metals f) Emerging trends 7 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. bulk. actuators.3 MICROMANUFACTURING AND MATERIAL PROCESSING: a) Silicon wafer processing. Commercial products. electro-thermal actuator d) Systems: micro gas turbine. Application areas. b) Sensors: silicon capacitive accelerometer. bonding based process flows. Commercial products. magnetic micro relay. structures and systems. of Lecture Hrs. fiber-optic gyroscope and surface-acoustic-wave based wireless strain sensor. and metallization. conductometric gas sensor. shapememory-alloy based actuator. 2002 2. 5 Hours UNIT . Abrish Gupta.2. wafer-bonding. S. Prasanna Chandra TMH ISGN -07-462047-9. and systems. 3. moulding. Pearson. piezo-electric based inkjet printhead. Humpton. Maheshwari. Costing and Management Accounting. Micromachined transducers.A UNIT . c) Actuators: silicon micro-mirror arrays. blood analyzer. c) Thick-film processing: d) Smart material processing: e) Processing of other materials: ceramics. Financial Management. Pandey. I. electrostatic comb-drive and micromotor. M. M. Multi-disciplinary aspects. active noise control in a helicopter cabin 8 Hours UNIT .2 MICRO AND SMART DEVICES AND SYSTEMS: PRINCIPLES AND MATERIALS: a) Definitions and salient features of sensors. Financial Management.1 INTRODUCTION TO MICRO AND SMART SYSTEMS: a) What are smart-material systems? Evolution of smart materials. Financial Management. : 06ME769 : 04 : 52 PART . etching (wet and dry). 3rd edition 2002 87 88 . piezo-resistive pressure sensor.

MOSFET amplifiers. Piezoelectric modeling. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. and model order reduction. MEMS & Microsystems: Design and Manufacture. Commercial software. process flows and processing techniques. A course-pack with matter taken from the following books including some newly written material. The Netherlands. 4. 6 Hours UNIT .7 INTEGRATION AND PACKAGING OF MICROELECTRO MECHANICAL SYSTEMS: Integration of microelectronics and micro devices at wafer and chip levels.) 2. c) Electrostatics. K. flip-chip. TMH 2007 89 90 . A CD-supplement with Matlab codes. state-space modeling. 6. Magnetostrictive actuators. Electromagnetic actuation. (ii) thermal-cycler and (iii) active control of a cantilever beam. b) Elastic deformation and stress analysis of beams and plates. S. 6 Hours PART . Piezoresistive modeling.4 MODELING: a) Scaling issues. Varadan. stability. Basic Op-Amp circuits. 5. Charge-measuring circuits. D. Thermal loading. 2. Wiley. Laboratory hardware kits for (i) BEL pressure sensor. Microelectronic packaging: wire and ball bonding. semiconductor diodes. (This is until the textbook is ready. Examples from smart systems and micromachined accelerometer or a thermal cycler. ISBN 0-444-51616-6. Coupled-domain simulations using Matlab. Microsystem packaging examples. Minhang Bao.8 CASE STUDIES: BEL pressure sensor. Basic fluids issues. Chapter-wise resource material is indicated below. Gopalakrishnan. Design and Development Methodologies.B UNIT . Transfer function. operational amplifiers.9 Mini-projects and class-demonstrations (not for Examination) 9 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. Elsevier. photographs and movie clips of processing machinery and working devices. Smart Material Systems and MEMS: V. Lowtemperature-cofired-ceramic (LTCC) multi-chip-module technology. transistors. J. Microsystems Design. 3. Residual stresses and stress gradients. S. Vinoy.Nitaigour Premchand Mahalik. ISBN 0-7923-7246-8. 8 Hours UNIT . Heat transfer issues. Tai-Ran Tsu.5 COMPUTER-AIDED SIMULATION AND DESIGN: Background to the finite element element method. Analysis and Design Principles of MEMS Devices. Coupled electromechanics. thermal cycler for DNA amplification. 4 Hours PART . Amsterdam.6 ELECTRONICS. Capillary electro-phoresis. and active vibration control of a beam. MEMS. Examples from microsystems. PID controllers. CIRCUITS AND CONTROL: Carrier concentrations. Animations of working principles. 2001. Kluwer Academic Publishers. 8 Hours UNIT .UNIT . Tata Mc-Graw-Hill. Boston. Senturia.C UNIT . USA.

Statistical Quality Control: E. directing.5 MOTIVATION AND BEHAVIOR: Hawthorns studies and its findings Maslows theory X and Y theory. significance of control limits. of Lecture Hrs.4 WORK STUDY. Koontz Weirich.B UNIT . Major process decisions-process choice. partnership. 4. changing and controlling behavior. Pretence of needs and satisfaction of needs. Henry Gantt to the evolution of management science in the Indian context. analysis of pattern on Variable attribute control charts ( no numericals) 6 Hours UNIT .6 MANAGEMENT AND BEHAVIORAL APPROACH: Contribution of Elton Mayo and Skinner to behavior sciences. Fifth Edition Addison-Wiley. Gilbert. control limits. Multi skilling. Grant and R. Book Co.Lee J. Management of Organizational Behaviour.Graw Hill Intl. of Lecture Hrs.7 PROCESS MANAGEMENT: Definition of process management. 7th edition.Book Co./ Week Total No. resource flexibility.1 INTRODUCTION: Historical perspective. Organizational Behaviour. 6 Hours : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Definitions and aims of standardizations.VIII SEMESTER INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT Subject Code No. management of technology and its role in improving business performance. relationships between decisions. : 06ME81 : 04 : 52 PART . vertical integration. HEALTH AND SAFETY: Work studyMotion study and Method time study. McGraw. ISBN-81-7808-561-5 2002 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks 92 . joint stock companies.S. links between quality and productivity. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Stephen P Robbins. Essentials of management. Statistical Basis of the Control Charts -basic principles. 2. Skills of a manager at various levels in an organization and inter-related systems.Hill publisher REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Principles of Management. variety control and value Engineering). predicting future behavior. Safety Regulations and safe practices. 7th Edition. Wage payment and plans. Charles Babbage.” PHI. Hersey Paul and Kenneth H. Leavenworth. Technology strategy. Henry Fayol. 8 Hours UNIT .3 STATISTICAL PROCESS CONTROL: Chance and assignable causes. 6 Hours PART .Krajewski and Larry P. INCENTIVES. Designing processprocess rearranging and process improvement 7 Hours UNIT . integration of organizational goals and needs of employee. 2. understanding past behavior. Immaturity theory motivation hygiene 91 theory. 9th Edition. goal oriented behavior. economics of scoop and gaining focus. charts and diagrams.8 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY: Meaning and role of technologyprimary areas of technology management. Total Quality Management (quality philosophy. Ownership of Industries Proprietorship. techniques for standardization (Statistical Principles. 6 Hours UNIT . co-operative organizations 6 Hours UNIT .”Mc.L. Implementation guidelines. public and private undertakings.A UNIT . Creating and applying technology-R and D stages and technology fusion.. Codification system. contribution of Taylor.2 QUALITY PHILOSOPHY: The Meaning of Quality and Quality Improvement. Ritzman. Training and Development. principles of motion economy. customer involvement. Pearson Education Publications. choices of control limits. Brief History of Quality Methodology. quality costs legal aspects of quality implementing quality improvement).TATA McGraw Hill Intl. Koontz O Donnel. Incentive schemes. capital intensity. Operations management-strategy and analysis. service operation. Statistical Methods for Quality Control and Improvement. Job evaluation systems. 3.

8 MULTI-CYLINDER APPLICATIONS: Coordinated and sequential motion control. 7 Hours 94 UNIT . wear of moving parts due to solid particle contamination.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . problem caused by gases in hydraulic fluids. Design parameters. Filters. temperature control./ Week Total No. Lubricators. 7 Hours 93 . Motion and control diagrams – Signal elimination methods. of Lecture Hrs.HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS PART . flow control valves. general type of fluids. working advantages. Desirable properties. use of relay and contactors.7 DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVES: Symbolic representation as per ISO 1219 and ISO 5599. Rod–less cylinders.Driers. pump performance. Time dependent controls – Principle. end position cushioning. conventional type of cylinder working. Structure of Pneumatic control system. 8 Hours UNIT . Practical examples involving the sue of logic gates. continuity equations. power and flow rate. pump classification. Design and constructional aspects. Variable displacement pumps. vane pumps. Hydraulic motor theoretical torque.5 MAINTENANCE OF HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: Hydraulic oils. 5 Hours UNIT . piston pumps. construction.3 CONTROL COMPONENTS IN HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: Directional Control Valves – Symbolic representation. regenerative circuit. Gear motors. trouble shooting. Hydraulic Rotary Actuators. practical applications.Piping layout. 6 Hours UNIT . introduction to conversion of units. types. cylinder synchronizing circuits. pump unloading circuit. Simple Pneumatic Control: Direct and indirect actuation pneumatic cylinders. Regulators. preparation of compressed air.6 INTRODUCTION TO PNEUMATIC CONTROL: Choice of working medium. selection. Cascading method – principle. Hydraulic cylinder sequencing circuits. Mechanics of Hydraulic Cylinder loading. Double pump Hydraulic system.B Subject Code No. use of memory valve. 7 Hours UNIT . Counter Balance Valve application. Pneumatic Actuators: Linear cylinders – Types.2 HYDRAULIC ACTUATORS AND MOTORS: Linear Hydraulic Actuators [cylinders].1 INTRODUCTION TO HYDRAULIC POWER: Pascal’s law and problems on Pascal’s Law. Structure of Hydraulic Control System. filters and strainers. speed control of hydraulic motors. Flow control valves and speed control of cylinders supply air throttling and exhaust air throttling use of quick exhaust valve.4 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DESIGN AND ANALYSIS: Control of single and double – acting Hydraulic Cylinder. of Lecture Hrs. The Source of Hydraulic Power: Pumps Pumping theory. reservoir system. Practical application examples (up to two cylinders) using cascading method (using reversing valves). Compressed air: Production of compressed air – compressors. : 06ME82 : 04 : 52 PART . accumulators and accumulator circuits. 6 Hours UNIT . hydraulic motor performance. suspended seat type slide valve. characteristics of compressed air. vane motors. ElectroPneumatic control: Principles-signal input and out put pilot assisted solenoid control of directional control valves. gear pumps. pressure control valves – direct and pilot operated types. sealing devices. speed control of hydraulic cylinder. poppet valves. piston motors. Signal processing elements: Use of Logic gates – OR and AND gates pneumatic applications. Rotary cylinder types construction and application. Locked cylinder using pilot check valve. Pressure dependent controls types construction–practical applications. mounting arrangements applications. pump selection. seals. Distribution of compressed air. 6 Hours UNIT . Constructional features. Control circuitry for simple single cylinder applications. slide valves spool valve.

2000. 6 Hours UNIT . Anthony Esposito. idealized full journal bearings. numerical examples. Pneumatic Systems. Andrew Parr. 7 Hours UNIT . Hicks. Oil Hydraulic Systems . S. numerical problems. 2.R. : 06ME831 : 04 : 52 PART .B IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Majumdar. viscosity measuring apparatus..2 HYDRODYNAMIC LUBRICATION: Friction forces and power loss in lightly loaded bearing. New York. self-contained journal bearings. Fifth edition pearson education. 3.Principles and Maintenance. 6 Hours UNIT . Pippenger. 6 Hours 95 96 . Petroff’s law. influence of end leakage. Industrial Hydraulics. 1995. of Lecture Hrs.5 OIL FLOW AND THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM OF JOURNAL BEARING: Oil flow through bearings. bearings lubricated under pressure. Partial journal bearings. Reynold’s equation in two dimensions.A UNIT . Majumdar. Load carrying capacity. 7 Hours PART . TRIBOLOGY Subject Code No. 2000.ELECTIVE-IV (GROUP D) TEXT BOOKS: 1.4 SLIDER / PAD BEARING WITH A FIXED AND PIVOTED SHOE: Pressure distribution. Tata Mc Graw Hill publishing company Ltd. end leakages in journal bearing. thermal equilibrium of journal bearings. UNIT . 2001. Fluid Power with applications. 2. of Lecture Hrs. Inc.1 INTRODUCTION TO TRIBIOLOGY: Properties of oils and equation of flow: Viscosity. Pneumatics and Hydraulics. Jaico Publishing Co. Flow between parallel stationary planes./ Week Total No. coefficient of friction. Tata Mc Graw Hill publishing Co. McGraw Hill. S. Lubrication principles. Tower’s experiments.3 MECHANISM OF PRESSURE DEVELOPMENT IN AN OIL FILM: Reynold’s investigations. Hagen-Poiseuille Law. Newton’s Law of viscosity.R. classification of lubricants. frictional resistance in a pivoted shoe bearing.

5 FATIGUE AND FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATE: Fatigue loading. the thickness effect. Wear of ceramic materials. . C.. Pergamaon press 1998 3. Crack tip plastic zone estimation. of Lecture Hrs. Crack opening displacement. the principles of crack arrest. PHI 2006 2. hydrostatic step bearings. Importance of R-curve in fracture mechanics. wear measurements.2 STRESS ANALYSIS FOR MEMBERS WITH CRACKS: Linear elastic fracture mechanics. Introduction to Tribiology Bearings. effect of speed. The Dugdale approach. properties of typical bearing materials.. experimental determination of J-integral. Elasto– plastic factor criteria. 7 Hours UNIT . crack tip opening displacement. crack resistance curve. D. 7 Hours 97 98 . Moore. New York company 1998 2. Oxford press company 2000 FRACTURE MECHANICS Subject Code No. S. 6 Hours PART . Fundamentals of Tribiology . COD and CTOD. Crack tip stress and deformations. fatigue crack growth laws. wear of ceramic materials. effects of speed. Stress intensity based solutions. modern design – strengths.3 ELASTIC – PLASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS: Introduction. wear measurements. : 06ME832 : 04 : 52 PART . surface engineering 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Plane stress and plane strain concepts. load carrying capacity and oil flow through the hydrostatic step bearing. improved design. the dynamic fracture toughness. the crack growth integration. Ltd 2008. REFERENEC BOOKS: 1. Mujumdar B./ Week Total No.. Sengupta A N. temperature and pressure. Delhi 2002 4. the load spectrum. Ahuja B.6 HYDROSTATIC LUBRICATION: Introduction to hydrostatic lubrication.7 BEARING MATERIALS: Commonly used bearings materials. 7 Hours UNIT . the Griffith’s criterion.A UNIT . wear of polymers. Principles and Applications of Tribiology. of Lecture Hrs. Tribological measures. crack branching. Stress intensity approach 6 Hours UNIT .. temperature and pressure.. S Chand and Company limited. Wear: Classification of wear. various stages of crack propagation. Chand company pvt.UNIT . approximation of the stress spectrum. 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Material selection.4 DYNAMIC AND CRACK ARREST: Introduction. friction. Redzimovskay E I. J-integral.1 FRACTURE MECHANICS PRINCIPLES: Introduction. Srivastava S. a crack in structure. Theory and Practice of Lubrication for Engineers. Tribiology in Industries. Mechanisms of Fracture. the dynamic stress intensity and elastic energy release rate. Relation between stress intensity factor and fracture toughness. B.8 BEHAVIOR OF TRIBOLOGICAL COMPONENTS: Selection. Lubrication of bearings – Theoretical Principles and Design. Fuller. stiffness and toughness..B IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT .. Basu S K.

PSA systems. effect of temperature. Principles of gas separation. Free displacer split type Stirling Cryo coolers. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 6 Hours UNIT . Pulse tube refrigerator. of Lecture Hrs. 7 Hours 99 100 . Artinus Nijhoff.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . 2001. Dual pressure. T.7 COMPUTATIONAL FRACTURE MECHANICS: Overview of numerical methods. the energy domain integral. elemental crack advance.refrigerator. virtual crack extension. loading rate and plate thickness on fracture toughness. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. London 1999. Claude. 4. fatigue cracking criteria. Linde double column air separation. effects of temperature. Ideal cycle – working principle. effect of alloying and second phase particles. effect of processing and anisotropy. Knott.2 GAS LIQUIFICATION SYSTEMS: Liquification systems for Air Simple Linde – Hampson System. Critical components of liquefaction systems. Linde single column air separation. CRC press 1998 2. Introduction to Fracture Mechanics.6 FRACTURE RESISTANCE OF MATERIALS: Fracture criteria. Vuillimier refrigerator. fatigue testing. Karen Hellan McGraw Hill Pub.2000 2. Fundamentals of Fracture Mechanics. Fracture and Fatigue Control in Structures./ Week Total No. Adiabatic expansion. Rolfe and Barsom. Heylndt System. : 06ME833 : 04 : 52 PART .1 INTRODUCTION TO CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS: Applications Areas of Cryogenic Engineering Low temperature properties of engineering materials – Mechanical properties. NDT methods.8 FRACTURE TOUGHNESS TESTING OF METALS: Specimen size requirements. Adsorption Process. Limitations of numerical fracture analysis. Fracture Mechanics – Fundamentals and Application.UNIT . Introduction The Thermodynamically Ideal system Production of low temperatures – Joule Thompson Effect. traditional methods in computational fracture mechanics – stress and displacement marching. 7 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Applied Science. Jayatilake.L. Printice Hall 2000. Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics. helium and Neon. Schmidt’s analysis of Stirling cycle Various configurations of Stirling cycle refrigerators Integral piston Stirling cryocooler. finite element implementation. various test procedures. London. David Broek. Cryogenic regenerators.3 GAS CYCLE CRYOGENIC REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS: Classification of Cryo coolers Stirling cycle Cryo – refrigerators. 6 Hours UNIT . Electrical properties.4 GAS SEPARATION AND GAS PURIFICATION SYSTEMS: Thermodynamic ideal separation system. of Lecture Hrs. Comparison of Liquefaction Cycles Liquefaction cycle for hydrogen. Gifford Mcmahon Cryo. Solvay cycle refrigerator. 3. Anderson. Liquefaction cycle Kapitza System. Fracture of Engineering Brittle Materials. Claude System. Fracture testing in shear modes. Bureworth 2000. Argon and Neon separation systems. 6 Hours UNIT . Properties of mixtures. Thermal properties. closure. CRYOGENICS Subject Code No.

Gas filled powders & Fibrous materials Multilayer super-insulation. economic and societal implications. Klaus D. Flynn.5 SEMICONDUCTOR QUANTUM DOTS – synthesis – electronic structure of nanocrystals – how quantum dots are studied – correlation of properties with size – uses.2 Super conductive devices.8 APPLICATION OF CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS: Cryogenic application for food preservation – Instant Quick Freezing techniques 11. Timmerhaus & Thomas M. 7 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . 7 Hours PART . Resistance thermometers. Gas Thermometry. Cryogenic Insulation: Heat transfer due to conduction. Diffusion pumps. 6 Hours UNIT . Cryo-pumping.2 EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES AND METHODS for investigating and manipulating materials in the nano scale – electron microscope – scanning probe microscope – optical and other microscopes – light scattering – x-ray diffraction. Thermocouples. Fill and drain lines. NANOTECHNOLOGY Subject Code No.3 FULLERENES – discovery. Flynn. Carbon Nanotubes – synthesis and purification – filling of nanotubes – mechanism of growth – electronic structure – transport properties – mechanical and physical properties – applications. Plenum Press. : 06ME834 : 04 : 52 PART . Cryogenic fluid transfer. synthesis and purification – chemistry of fullerenes in the condensed phase – orientational ordering – pressure effects – conductivity and superconductivity – ferromagnetism – optical properties. Mechanical vacuum pumps. Evacuated porous insulation Powder & Fibers Opacified powder insulation. Composite insulation. Cryogenic applications for space technology. Cryogenic Process Engineering. of Lecture Hrs. Self pressurization.6 VACUUM TECHNOLOGY: Fundamental principles. 7 Hours UNIT .4 SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS – monolayers on gold – growth process – phase transitions – patterning monolayers – mixed monolayers – applications.5 ULTRA LOW TEMPERATURE CRYO – REFRIGERATORS: Magneto Caloric Refrigerator 3He-4He Dilution refrigerator. Thermistors. Transfer pump. Measurement of high vacuum level. Outer Insulation.Y. 5 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 101 102 . Inner vessel. Randall Barron – Oxford Press. Pomeranchuk cooling.A UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . 5 Hours UNIT . Cryogenic Engineering. Marcel Dekker.1 AN OVERVIEW OF NANOSCIENCE & NANOTECHNOLOGY – historical background – nature. Measurement systems for low temperatures. Cryogenic Systems. Basal 1997 REFERENCE BOOK: 1. GAS PHASE CLUSTERS – history of cluster science – formation and growth – detection and analysis – type and properties of clusters – bonding in clusters. External pressurization.B UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Temperature measurement at low temperatures. Suspension system. Thomas M. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1.7 CRYOGENIC FLUID STORAGE AND TRANSFER SYSTEMS: Design of cryogenic fluid storage vessels. 1985 2. of Lecture Hrs.PART . Inc N./ Week Total No. Liquid level sensors. scope and content of the subject – multidisciplinary aspects – industrial. Production of high vacuum. New York & London 1989.

group processes. 8 Hours UNIT . Mc-Gregor's theory X and Y. 8 Hours UNIT . Charles P Poole Jr. Aptitude. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Linda Williams & Wade McGraw-Hill (2007) 3. ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION Subject Code No. IIT Madras). David Mc-Clelland’s three needs theory. Victor Vroom's expectancy theory of motivation. attribution theory. New Delhi. of Lecture Hrs. Diversity and Ethics. CORE-SHELL NANOPARTICLES – types – characterization – properties – applications. stereotyping. classical conditioning. social learning theory. Frank J UNIT ./ Week Total No. continuous and intermittent reinforcement. Factors influencing perception. Ability. Tata McGraw-Hill India (2007) 2. 7 Hours PART .8 MOLECULAR NANOMACHINES – covalent and non-covalent approaches – molecular motors and machines – other molecular devices – single molecular devices – practical problems involved. selective perception. Introduction to Nanotechnology. Wiley India Pvt. NANOSHELLS – types – characterization – properties – applications. operant conditioning. Owens. : 06ME835 : 04 : 52 PART . NANOMEDICINES – approach to development – nanotechnology in diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Halo effect. Attitude. stages of group development.6 THE GROUPS: Definition and classification of groups.2 THE INDIVIDUAL: Foundations of individual behaviour.B IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 [Series: al (Ed). 6 Hours UNIT .7 NANOBIOLOGY – interaction between biomolecules and nanoparticle surfaces – materials used for synthesis of hybrid nano-bio assemblies – biological applications – nanoprobes for analytical applications – nanobiotechnology – future perspectives. Hawthorne studies. Nanotechnology: Richard Booker & Earl Boysen. Nanotechnology Demystified. Norms. 5 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. group decision making.A UNIT . T Pradeep (Professor. projection. Values. Individual Decision Making.5 MOTIVATION: Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs theory. NANOTRIBOLOGY – studying tribology on the nanoscale – applications. Wiley (2005). Environmental context (Information Technology and Globalization.6 MONOLAYER-PROTECTED METAL NANOPARTICLES – method of preparation–characterization – functionalized metal nanoparticles – applications – superlattices. Design and Cultural. et Springer (2004) 2. Nanosensors – what make them possible – nanoscale organization for sensors – characterization – nanosensors based on optical properties – nanosensors based on quantum size effects – electrochemical sensors – sensors based on physical properties – nanobiosensors – sensors of the future. of Lecture Hrs..UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Theories of Learning. individual differences. NANO: The Essentials – Understanding Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. group tasks. 7 Hours UNIT . Adams.1 INTRODUCTION: Definition of Organization Behaviour and Historical development. interests. Introduction to Nanoscale Science and Technology Nanostructure Science and Technology]. Reward Systems). Ltd. 6 Hours 104 103 . Factors affecting group formation.4 PERCEPTION: Definition.3 LEARNING: Definition. 2007. Di Ventra. Hertzberg's motivation Hygiene theory.

scan line algorithm. Organizational Behaviour. Cohen-Sutherland line clipping. fatigue and its impact on productivity. Prentice Hall India. lines. Stephen P Robbins. Fred Luthans. Clipping –points./ Week Total No. Transformations: Rotation. seed filling. Translation. Translations and Homogeneous Coordinates. functional and dysfunctional conflict. role of communication in management. (Human behaviour at work) 9th Edition. Hellriegel. Organizational Behaviour. Thompson Learning.Cox-deBoor recursive formula. Mc Graw Hill International Edition. mid point line and circle. Rotation. Cubic spline. Line Drawing Algorithms: DDA algorithm.7 CONFLICT & STRESS MANAGEMENT: Definition of conflict. : 06ME836 : 04 : 52 PART . 9th Edition. Konark Publishers. hyperbola. B-spline curves. ISBN-0-07-120412-12002 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. one. 2001 2.2 Two Dimensional Transformations Representation of points. Srocum and Woodman. properties.4 Plane and Space Curves Curve representation. job rotation. Organizational Behaviour.open uniform basis functions. parametric curves. communication principles. Rotation about an axis parallel to coordinate axis. 6 Hours UNIT .one point. parametric representation and generation of line. Combined Transformations. Rotation about an arbitrary axis in space.A UNIT .2002 4. Bresenham’s integer line algorithm. periodic B-spline curve. Solid modeling. generation. Organizational Behaviour. VSP Rao and others. Reflection. ellipse. scaling. Reflection. two point and three point. Pearson Education Publications. Polygon filling algorithms: scan conversion. regularized set IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 105 106 . communication system. Multiple transformations. text. Solid Models. Shearing. hyperbola. 2002 COMPUTER GRAPHICS Subject Code No. Bezier curves: blending function. of Lecture Hrs. Points at infinity. 2001 3. 8 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Solid representation. Sutherland-Hodgmen algorithm.set theory. John Newstron/ Keith Davis. Organizational Behaviour. Aswathappa . Scaling. parabola. Solid entities. normalized cubic splines. Perspective projections. 6 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.1 Scan Conversion and Clipping Representation of points.Himalaya Publishers. Job satisfaction.B UNIT . ellipse. Bresenham’s circle algorithm. Orthographic. parabola. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. stages of conflict process. 9th Edition.UNIT .3 Three Dimensional Transformations and Projections 3D Transformation matrix: general matrix. Viewing transformation. Nonparametric curves. 7 Hours PART . generation of circle. Organizational Behaviour. rotation about an arbitrary point.properties.5 Types and Mathematical Representation of Solids.8 PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION: Useful definitions. Reflection through an arbitrary line. polygon. Sources of stress. barriers in communication. how to overcome the barriers. rule of effective communication. Non-uniform basis functions. 9th Edition. Reflection through an arbitrary plane. job enlargement and reengineering work process. enrichment. ISBN-81-7808-561-5 2002 2. lines. Parallel projection Transformations. circle. A geometric interpretation of homogeneous coordinates. Over all scaling.

Conventional animation-key frame. Pauline Baker. Animation techniques.ray tracing algorithm./ Week Total No. 6 Hours UNIT . DMILS. Copper polyamide.frame buffer. software architecture. 6 Hours UNIT . Direct Rapid Tooling Direct. Path of motion and p-curves. application. shading models.. C Version. Data preparation. and classification of RP systems.Doneld Heran. Constructive Solid Geometry. Data preparation for SLS. 2nd Edition. Ibraham Zeid. 3Q keltool.Foley.RGB. Silicone rubber tooling. Laminate tooling soft Tooling vs.5 RAPID TOOLING: Indirect Rapid tooling. Half spaces of plane. Hidden surface removal.7 VISUAL REALISM-II: Shading. Filming. Shading SolidsRay tracing for CSG. McGraw Hill. Genisys Xs printer HP system 5. specular reflection. Finner and Hughes.A UNIT . Aluminum filled epoxy tooling.Z-buffer algorithm. conical half-space. Cast kirksite. data files and machine details. 4. Warnock’s algorithm. McGraw Hill. LOM materials. Sand casting tooling. A. Computer animationentertainment and engineering animation. 3-D printer. object Quadra systems. Growth of RP industry. 2008. colour table. process parameters. D. Tata McGraw Hill. 6 Hours 108 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 . surface test. HSV.Damn. Path generation. 2. sphere.basic elements. ambient light.1 INTRODUCTION: Need for the compression in product development. Process details. McGraw Hill. Inbetweening. skelton. Application. Rapid Tool. Addison Wesley. history of RP systems. Applications. Computer Graphics. Pearson. Painting.2 SELECTIVE LASER SINTERING: Type of machine. 7 Hours UNIT . Machine details.diffuse reflection. . of Lecture Hrs. Shading enhancements. Visibility techniques: minimax test. R. Shading surfaces. Prometal. Thermal jet printer. Building operations. 6 Hours PART . 7 Hours UNIT . Process details. Homogeneity test.visibility of object views. CMY. Animation types. Applications.8 COMPUTER ANIMATION: Introduction. Coherence. Spray metal tooling. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1 CAD/CAM-Theory and Practice.3 SOLID GROUND CURING: Principle of operation. Computer Graphics. Line testing. zoompan-scroll. Sinha A.6 RAPID TOOLING: Quick cast process. STEREO LITHOGRAPHY SYSTEMS: Principle. AIM. Process parameter. Silhouttes. 107 RAPID PROTOTYPING Subject Code No. Half spaces. hidden line removal. Xiang z. z. set membership classification. Hidden line priority algorithm. 2000 3. octree encoded objects. hard tooling. N. Plastock. Principle of operation. 7 Hours UNIT . FUSION DEPOSITION MODELLING: Principle.. Colouring. : 06ME837 : 04 : 52 PART . cross bar.constant shading. 2006 2 Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics.key frame. containment test. gourmand shading.operations. Boundary representation. HSL colour models. 1990 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Phong shading. Hidden solid removal. Process parameter. principles and practice. Schaums outlines.buffer algorithm for B-rep and CSG. 2007.6 VISUAL REALISM-I: Introduction. Applications. cylinder. Computer Graphics. etc. M.B UNIT .4 CONCEPTS MODELERS: Principle. of Lecture Hrs. Sander's model market. Rogoer’s Adams. Computer Graphics. 6 Hours UNIT . Laminated Object Manufacturing: Principle of operation. Animation system hardware. Udai A.. Van. 7 Hours UNIT . Survey of applications. Sorting. real time play back.

factors affecting fluidity. influence of build orientation. Riser feeding distance and theory of risering.1 FOUNDRY METALLURGY: Oxidation of liquid metals. Indus press New York FOUNDRY TECHNOLOGY Subject Code No. simple problems. Structure of castings . laws of fluid flow. Concept of progressive and directional solidification. : 06ME838 : 04 : 52 PART . turbulence in gating system. refinement and modification of cast structure. magics. etc. use of ceramic foam filters in gating. Gurumurthi. Requirements of a riser. riser shapes. fluidity.7 SOFTWARE FOR RP: STL files. design for low pattern cost and model making as an aid in design. grain shape and orientation. 7 Hours UNIT . gating ratio. 6 Hours UNIT . general considerations of risering. growth and dendritic growth.UNIT . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Flham D. Error in finishing. Terry Wohlers Wohler's Report 2000" Wohler's Association 2000. 2. redesign considerations. riser size. magic communicator. NY 1996.T & Dinjoy S. IISc Bangalore.nucleation. Rapid Prototyping. Internal chills. Riser treatment using exothermic and insulating compounds. imics. 2.significance and practical control of cast structure.8 RAPID MANUFACTURING PROCESS OPTIMIZATION: factors influencing accuracy. use of mould materials of different chill capacities. Part building errors. design for metal flow. and exothermic materials used for risers. and location. Internet based software. 8 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. methods of degassing.2 CASTING DESIGN: Introduction to casting design. external chills. fluidity tests. Rapid Prototyping Materials. Lament wood.3 SOLIDIFICATION OF CASTINGS: Crystallization and development of cast structure . Open type and blind risers. padding for directional solidification. Jacobs: SME. Rapid Manufacturing. Gating system – theoretical consideration of gating. Sand.S Verlog London 2001. design for minimum casting stresses. influence on mold characteristics and cast metal. design for directional solidification.4 RISERING AND GATING: Need for risering. 6 Hours UNIT . hot tearing. Stereo Lithography and other RP & M Technologies. 3. insulating. need for tapered sprue. Overview of Solid view. 7 Hours 109 110 . grain size. Data preparation errors. solidification time and derivation of Chvorinov’s equation. safety factors. of Lecture Hrs. Rapid Automated./ Week Total No.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . 6 Hours UNIT . Collaboration tools. Paul F. gas dissolution in liquid metals. shrinkage of liquid metals. of Lecture Hrs.

and agencies. 6 Hours UNIT . balanced blast cupola. Milling. cupola charge calculations.aerostatic slide ways . casting characteristics. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. General requirements of machine tools . and mechanization. dust and fume control. Principle of Foundry Technology. stepless regulation of speeds and feeds. Manufacturing Process. Milling machine. Sapna Book House. 7 Hours UNIT . tables.6 FERROUS FOUNDRY: Melting procedures. Shaping and Broaching operation with simple problems./ Week Total No. Drives. and magnesium based alloy castings. Jain. malleable iron. John Campbell.design process machine tool layout general requirements of machine tool design – design process machine tool layout 5 Hours UNIT . CUPOLA MELTING: Developments in cupola melting – hot blast cupola.protecting devices.A UNIT .5 DESIGN OF GUIDE WAYS AND POWER SCREWS: Function and types of guide ways – Design and lubrication of slide ways . : 06ME841 : 04 : 52 PART . design of power screws. shake out equipment and fettling.2005 2. water cooled cupola.3 CUTTING FORCE ANALYSIS AND POWER REQUIREMENT: In Turning. Elseivier 2. vacuum moulding. molten metal and castings. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. and properties of some typical steels. Principles of metal casting. materials used. TMH – 2006.2 MACHINE TOOL DRIVES AND MECHANISMS: Working and auxiliary motion.antifriction guide ways. of Lecture Hrs. 7 Hours UNIT . melting.Centre lathe. and high pressure moulding. standardization of speed and feed. copper.B UNIT . cross-rails. flaskless moulding. Castings. Kinmatic structure. P. production. production. columns. I. N.B UNIT . Drilling. arms saddle. Hydraulic transmission. cokeless cupola. and spheroidal graphite cast iron castings. Pollution control – norms. Rao 3. of Lecture Hrs. and properties of some typical aluminum. process details and application of no-bake sand systems. material handling equipments for sand moulds and cores. Dr. L. carriages. grey cast iron. Heine Loper & Rosenthal TMH . pouring.5 SPECIAL MOULDING TECHNIQUES: Principles.PART . reclamation of sands. Design of beds. Radha Krishna 5th Edn.7 NON-FERROUS FOUNDRY: Melting procedures. 7 Hours UNIT . moulding and core making. P. Regulation of speed and feeds. housing. combination guide ways .1 PRINCIPLES OF MACHINE TOOL DESIGN: General requirements of machine tool design .Electric drives. K. 7 Hours UNIT . stepped regulation. specification. Foundry Technology. Bangalore ELECTIVE-V (GROUP E) MACHINE TOOL DESIGN Subject Code No. Second edition. casting characteristics. specification. 7 Hours PART . 6 Hours 112 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 111 . bases.8 MODERNIZATION AND MECHANIZATION OF FOUNDRY: Need for modernization.4 DESIGN OF MACHINE TOOL STRUCTURES: FunctionsRequirements-Design criteria Material used – static and dynamic stiffness – Profile and basic design procedure for machine tool structures.

antifriction bearing. Ergonomics and Industrial Design: Introduction. work study & supervisor.A UNIT . N. breaking jobs into elements. of Lecture Hrs. scales of rating. process charts.3 WORK MEASUREMENT: Definition. requirements and classification. general approach to the man-machine relationship. S. factors affecting productivity./ Week Total No.1 PRODUCTIVITY & WORK STUDY: Definition of productivity. N. recording information. Design of Machine Tools.5 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: elements of design structure for industrial design in engineering application in modern manufacturing systems. work study & management. random observation with simple problems 6 Hours UNIT . two handed process charts. time study equipments. K. human factors in work study. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Multiple activity charts.8 CONTROL SYSTEMS IN MACHINE TOOLS: Functions. control system for forming and auxiliary motions – Mechanical control– Ergonomic consideration and compatibility – Automatic control system – Electric Hydraulic and pneumatic systems. flow process charts. 8 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 113 114 .UNIT . Control system for speed and feeds centralized control pre selective control. Sen and Bhattacharaya Oxford IBM Publishing 2000 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. factors affecting rate of working. techniques of work measurement. Pal 2000 3.2 METHOD STUDY: Definition. 7 Hours UNIT . Hydrodynamic and Hydrostatic bearing. definition. Mehta Tata McGraw Hill 2001 2.K. work sampling. Acharkan MIR Publications 2000 2. allowances. steps in time study. standard performance. sample size determination. objective & scope of work study. Drilling machine.6 DESIGN OF SPINDLE AND SPINDLE BEARINGS: FunctionsRequirements and materials for spindle compliance and machining accuracy. 6 Hours UNIT . need of confidence levels.4 TIME STUDY: Definition. Machine Tool Design Volume – II and III. Grinding machine and Milling machine. Air lubricated bearing. Types of Chatter. Principles of Machine Tools. objectives. SIMO chart. charts to record movements in shop. Stability chart. work study &worker. Principles of Machine Tool Design. : 06ME842 : 04 : 52 PART . Koensberger 1993 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND ERGONOMICS Subject Code No. 6 Hours PART .7 DYNAMICS OF MACHINE TOOLS: Concept of dynamic cutting process. principles of motion economy. 8 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . chatter vibration in Lathe. objective & scope. Machine Tool Dessign. 6 Hours UNIT . Physical causes of chatter and vibrations. Design of spindles. rating. Different methods for avoiding machine tool chatter and vibration. K. workstation design-working position. standard time determination. of Lecture Hrs. Basu and D. selection of jobs.

6 Hours UNIT . Producergas& the constituents. 7 Hours UNIT . Color and light. Types of gasifiers. HSV. Human Factor Engineering: Sanders & McCormick McGraw Hill Publications. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Agrochemical. 2006 2. 6 Hours UNIT .B UNIT . London Hiffee Books Ltd. 6 Hours UNIT . Biomass Characteristics. Domestic cooking & heating. factors influencing Biogas yield. fuel Extraction.1999 BIOMASS ENERGY SYSTEMS Subject Code No.2 BIOMASS CONVERSION METHODS: Agrochemical. case study. classification of Biogas digester. Thermochemical.UNIT . Brain Shakel. 7 Hours PART . Work Study & Ergonomics.3 PHYSICAL & AGROCHEMICAL CONVERSION: Briquetting./ Week Total No. CMY. Energy plantation. floating gasholder & fixed dome type. 3. McGraw Hill Publications. Calculations for sizing the Biogas plant. Pelletization. color and objectscolor and the eye-color consistency-color terms reactions to color and color continuation-color on engineering equipments.7 COLOR MODELS: RGB. of Lecture Hrs. 1988 4. origin of Biomass photo synthesis process.4 BIOMASS GASIFICATION: Chemical reaction in gasification. Butterworth Scientific. R. sustainability of Biomass. Style – components of style house style.8 AESTHETIC CONCEPTS: Concept of unity-concept of order with varietyconcept of purpose style and environment –Aesthetic expressions. : 06ME843 : 04 : 52 PART . energy content of various Bio – fuels. H. Fixed bed gasifiers. application of producer gas in I C Engines.. 6 Hours IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 115 116 . of Lecture Hrs. Applied Ergonomics Hand Book. standard publishers & distributors. London 1988 2. 6 Hours UNIT . Introduction to Ergonomics. Work study.1 INTRODUCTION: Biomass energy sources. Ethanol production & its use in engines. Basic principles. Fluidized bed gasifiers. Industrial Design for Engineers. 6 Hours UNIT . 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mayall W.(Working Principle with diagram). Bridger. 3rd edition. C. Thermo chemical Conversion: Direct combustion for heat.6 BIOGAS FOR POWER GENERATION: Ethanol as an automobile fuel.Liquefaction: Liquefaction through pyrolysis & Methanol synthesis. Biochemical (flowchart) & Explanation. Suresh Dalela & Saurabh. observation style in capital goods.5 BIO METHANIZATION: Anaerobic digestion.A UNIT . ILO.6 VISUAL EFFECTS OF LINE AND FORM: The mechanics of seeingpsychology of seeing general influences of line and form.

Anthony. carburetors. engine positioning. magneto Ignition system. Bio Gas Technology. BioMass. Weir. Performance analysis of diesel engines using bio diesel. D. B.8 BIO POWER PLANTS: Bio Power generation routes. methods of a Swirl generation. 7 Hours UNIT . Types of combustion chambers for S. Delhi-1999. alternative fuels. New Delhi. Parulekar – Khanna Publishers. Biomass based steam power plant. 3./ Week Total No. Magne. Turbocharger construction and operation. D.4 IGNITION SYSTEMS: Battery Ignition systems. Millennium Enterprise. Fuel filters. Renewable Energy Resources. Types pf superchargers. G.DIESEL: Bio Diesel from edible & non-edible oils. Co-generation cycle. : 06ME844 : 04 : 52 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 PART . Piston. use of bio diesel in I C engines. of Lecture Hrs. Greenhouse Technology for Controlled Environment. of Lecture Hrs. crankshaft.I. Intercooler. G. B. Transistor assist contacts. Forced Induction. Engine power using Bio diesel.England. Electronic Ignition. Energy Technology. AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING Subject Code No.3 SUPERCHARGERS AND TURBOCHARGERS: Naturally aspirated engines.Khanna Publishers. Non Conventional Energy Sources. fuel transfer pumps. S. Tiwari. C. Nijaguna. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Automatic Ignition advance systems. cooling requirements. choice of materials for different engine components. valve and port timing diagrams. 7 Hours UNIT . Rai . cylinder – arrangements and their relatives merits.& C.UNIT . Fuel mixture requirements for SI engines. normal and abnormal combustion. EC BG-2001. Alpha Science International Ltd.C. 7 Hours UNIT . Compression ratio.D.2 FUELS. Sterling cycle. Deglisc. 6 Hours 117 118 . types of carburetors. Basic Thermodynamic cycles in Bio power generation. 2.7 BIO .2001-02 2. Liners.A UNIT .Engines.Twidell. cetane and octane numbers. Production of Bio diesel from Honge & Jatropha seeds. FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEMS FOR SI AND CI ENGINES: Conventional fuels. Rankine cycle.T. connecting rod. Effect of use of bio diesel in I C engines. Pangbourne. fuel injection pumps and injectors. multi point and single point fuel injection systems. 3. John. Rao & B. valves.New Delhi. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.N. Blending of Bio diesel. New Age International. different lubrication arrangements. 6 Hours UNIT .1 ENGINE COMPONENTS AND COOLING & LUBRICATION SYSTEMS: Spark Ignition (SI) & Compression Ignition (CI) engines.W. methods of cooling.Engine and C. Turbocharger lag. Brayton cycle. thermostat valves.I. Delhi. X and P.. valve actuating mechanisms.

1984. construction and working of master and wheel cylinder. drum brakes. 6 Hours UNIT . general arrangements of links and stub axle. D Van Nostrand Company. Hotchkiss and torque tube drives. SPRINGS AND BRAKES: Requirements. Vol I and II 2002. R. Tata McGraw Hill 2003. Fluid flywheel. UNIT . Automobile engineering. Antilock –Braking systems. K. Disk brakes. III norms. 2007 2. 3. 8 Hours REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. S.7 SUSPENSION. numerical problems. different arrangements of fixing the wheels to rear axle. toe in & toe out.B TEXT BOOKS: 1.PART . Controlling the air-fuel mixture. Torque transmitted. Emission standards. Satya Prakashan. steering geometry. Joseph Heitner. differential. Automotive mechanics. Bharat Stage II. Inc 2. 6 Hours 119 120 . Srinivasan. B. Rear-wheel antilock & Numerical Problems 6 Hours UNIT . Exhaust gas recirculation. power steering. ABS Hydraulic Unit. Gear box: Necessity for gear ratios in transmission. 4th edn. brake shoe arrangements. fluid coupling and torque converters. multi-plate and centrifugal clutches. leaf spring. over drives. types of chassis frames. William H Crouse & Donald L Anglin. steering gears. Principle of friction clutches.8 AUTOMOTIVE EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS: Automotive emission controls. Types of brakes. planetary gears systems. Controlling the combustion process. calculation of gear ratios. rear axle. Ltd. Automotive mechanics: Principles and Practices. independent suspension for front wheel and rear wheel. coil spring. Cleaning the exhaust gas. 3. Epicyclic gear box. Scitech Publications (India) Pvt.6 DRIVE TO WHEELS: Propeller shaft and universal joints. Automobile Engineering. Automotive Mechanics. under steer and neutral steer. Kirpal Singh. principle of automatic transmission. UNIT . Fundamentals of Automobile Engineering. purpose and operation of antilock-braking system. synchromesh gear boxes. Air-aspirator system. condition for exact steering. Controlling evaporative emissions. Torsion bar suspension systems. Numerical calculations for torque transmission by clutches. Free wheeling mechanism.5 POWER TRAINS: General arrangement of clutch. king pin inclination.K. vacuum and hydraulic braking systems. Constructional details. Gupta.Euro I. III and IV norms. 4 and 5 speed gear boxes. Controlling crankcase emissions. 10th Edition Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.. Air suspension system.Ramalingam. camber. castor. mechanical compressed air. Catalytic converter. Treating the exhaust gas. Air-injection system. over steer. Single plate. 4. included angle. II.

2. 6 Hours UNIT . of Lecture Hrs.2 DATABASE SYSTEMS CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURE: Data models. Relationships.B UNIT . characteristics of database approach. queries in relational algebra. properties of transaction. constraints and schemas. Entity types.5 RELATIONAL DATA MODEL AND RELATIONAL ALGEBRA: Brief discussion on code rules. intended uses of a DBMS. 2nd Edn. Raghu Ramakrishnan.4 RECORD STORAGE AND PRIMARY FILE ORGANIZATIONS: Secondary storage devices. Project Mangment with PERT and CPM. Navathe. placing file records on the disk. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing company Ltd. 8 Hours UNIT . 7 Hours UNIT . Weak entity types.hansen and James V. Hansen. Database Management and Design. UNIT . Inser. Addison Pearson. transaction processing. schemes and instances. advantages and implementation of database approach. 6 Hours UNIT . 3rd. 2002. normal forms. Gray W. relational model concepts. buffering of the blocks. brief discussion on concurrency control and recovery techniques. DBMS architecture and data independence.1 DATABASE AND DATABASE USERS: Introduction. database languages and interfaces. operations on files. Database Management System.3 DATA MODELING: High level conceptual data models for database design. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. embedded SQL. database system environment. Fundamentals of Database Systems. database security and authorization. 1976. Moder Joseph J and Phillips cerel. 2002. 5 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Update operation on relations. and guidelines for relational systems. normalization 1st. roles and structural constraints. Printice Hall India Pvt. R. Delete. Basic and complex queries in SQL.. 6 Hours PART . Database Management Systems.. 7 Hours 121 122 . Post. entity sets. Tata Mc Graw Hill. factors influencing physical database design guidelines. functional dependencies. 3rd Edition. 3rd Edition./ Week Total No. ER diagram and design issue. 7 Hours UNIT . Reinhold.8 SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION: System catalogue for RDBMSs. hashing techniques. : 06ME845 : 04 : 52 PART .. Ramez Elmasri and Shanmkanth B. 3rd Edn. Database design process.DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Subject Code No. classification of database management systems. Ltd. attributes and keys. and views in SQKL. Update statements.6 STRUCTURAL QUERY LANGUAGE (SQL): Data definition etc. of Lecture Hrs. in SQL2. VAN Noserand. 2. Designing and Building business applications by Gerald V.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . relationship types.2005 3..7 DATABASE DESIGN: Design guidelines for relational schemas. heap files and sorted files. and system concepts. 2nd Edn... 2nd. basic and additional relational algebra operations. 4th and 5th.

2 SPACE REPRESENTATION: Defining a problem. Means – Ends Analysis. Search and Control strategies – Generate and Test. 7 Hours UNIT . Learning Automata. Probability and Bayes’ theorem. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.A IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 UNIT . Pattern recognition Learning classification patterns.1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Introduction. Bayesian Networks. Patterson. of Lecture Hrs. 1983 UNIT . Conversion to Clausal form. 2. 1986 4. Waterman. 7 Hours UNIT . Syntax and Semantics for Prepositional logic.6 EXPERT SYSTEMS: Structure and uses. Addison – Wesley inc. 6 Hours UNIT .3 KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION ISSUES: Representations and Mappings. Principles of Artificial Intelligence. Forward Vs Backward reasoning. Berlin.A. : 06ME846 : 04 : 52 PART . Prentice Hall of India./ Week Total No. Expert System Shells. Instance and Isa relationships. 7 Hours 123 124 . Elaine Rich & Kevin Knight. Natural deduction. D. Resolution. definition. FQPL and properties of Wffs. Addison – Wesley. 6 Hours PART . 2. Hill Climbing. DENDRAL. Artificial Intelligence in business. Introduction to AI & ES. Types of knowledge – Procedural Vs Declarative. Ranch 3. D. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Best – first Search. Springer Verlag.ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Subject Code No. Types of Learning. Matching. Checker Playing Examples.. M/H 1983. Hayes. Variants of MYCIN. Constraint Satisfaction. Dan W. 1999.A. PUFF. Roth. Shafer Theory. Waterman. of Lecture Hrs. AI and related fields.5 STATISTICAL AND PROBABILISTIC REASONING: Symbolic reasoning under uncertainty. Production systems and its characteristics.B UNIT . 1981. Intelligent Editors.8 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE LEARNING: Perceptrons. Logic programming. Science & Industry. Problem reduction. 7 Hours UNIT . ETC. Representing and using domain knowledge. Introduction to knowledge Acquisition. Fuzzy Logic. underlying assumption.7 TYPICAL EXPERT SYSTEMS: MYCIN.4 USE OF PREDICATE LOGIC: Representing simple facts. Building expert systems. 6 Hours UNIT . Artificial Intelligence. recognizing and understanding speech. A guide to expert systems. Certainity factors and Rule based systems. Wendy B. importance f A1. PROSPECTOR. Genetic Algorithms.

Experiments Planning. Sample and population. 7 Hours UNIT .1985. 5th Edition Wiley India Pvt. 4. tolerance design strategy. Central composite designs. Modification of linear graphs. elements of cost. 7 Hours PART . Noise factors causes of 125 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 variation.F. Guidelines for Designing Experiments. Marcel Dekker. Illustration through Numerical examples. 7 Hours UNIT . 2007 2. Probability plots. Thomas B. of Lecture Hrs.A UNIT . Quality Engineering using Robust Design. Illustration through Numerical examples. Fractional factorial design. Typical applications of Experimental design. levels. treatment combination. Illustration through Numerical examples. Illustration through Numerical examples. Regression analysis. Condra. 3. Dummy level Technique. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. Signal to Noise ratios for static problems: Smaller-the-better type. selection of standard orthogonal arrays. density function cumulative distribution function. Ross. Nominal-the – better-type. Douglas C. Ltd. Design and Analysis of Experiments. 5 Hours UNIT .6 EXPERIMENT DESIGN USING TAGUCHI’S ORTHOGONAL ARRAYS: Types of Orthogonal Arrays.L. choice of sample size. Illustration through Numerical examples. Phillip J. Ranking method. Barker./ Week Total No.8 PARAMETER AND TOLERANCE DESIGN: Parameter and tolerance design concepts. 6 Hours UNIT . 2nd Edn. Measures of Variability. 6 Hours UNIT . Factor interactions. Column effect method & Plotting method. C.B UNIT . 2. Signal to Noise ratios for Dynamic problems. Englewood Cliffs. analysis. Concept of confidence level. Compound factor method. Taguchi’s inner and outer arrays. Western and Taguchi’s quality philosophy. Montgomery. 6 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 1. Quality by Experimental Design. Robust Design: Steps in Robust Design: Parameter design and Tolerance Design. Phadke. 126 . Three-level experimental designs for two factors and three factors. Taguchi Techniques for Quality Engineering. parameter design strategy. 8 Hours UNIT .1 INTRODUCTION: Strategy of Experimentation. Saturated Designs.5 QUALITY BY EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: Quality. Illustration through Numerical examples. Prentice Hall PTR. 1989. Two-level experimental designs for two factors and three factors. Mean median and mode. Basic Principles.4 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION METHODS: Measures of variability. and parameter Design optimization. Jeff Wu Michael Hamada. McGraw Hill International Editions. John Wiley Editions. Quadratic loss function & variations of quadratic loss function. New Jersy 07632. Linear graphs and Interaction assignment. randomization. Statistical Distributions: Normal.DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS Subject Code No. Mathematical models from experimental data. probability. Larger-the-better type. Inc ASQC Quality Press. Measure of Central tendency.3 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: Classical Experiments: Factorial Experiments: Terminology: factors. Reliability Improvement through experiments. 1996. 2002. Marcel Dekker.7 SIGNAL TO NOISE RATIO: Evaluation of sensitivity to noise. Illustration through Numerical examples.1985. of Lecture Hrs. interactions. Reliability Improvement by Experiments. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) in Factorial Experiments: YATE’s algorithm for ANOVA. Madhav S.2 BASIC STATISTICAL CONCEPTS: Concepts of random variable. Factor effects. : 06ME847 : 04 : 52 PART . Log Normal & Weibull distributions. W. Inc ASQC Quality Press. Hypothesis testing.

3 SURFACE ROUGHNESS: Terminology.5 COMPONENT DESIGN FROM CASTING CONSIDERATIONS: Pattern. 7. Surface roughness values obtained from various machining processes.B UNIT . R.7 DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS: Major Design Phases. Limits fundamental deviation. 6. Tolerance grades. New York. weighted properties and limits on properties methods.1 TOLERANCES. Editor. 5. vol. ♣♣♣♣♣♣♣ 128 . tapping. Use of productive machines. Harry Peck. Design for Manufacture.20. Tolerance Accumulation cumulative effect of tolerances in assembly. Process capability. provisions for clamping.4 STASTICAL QUALITY CONTROL: Frequency distribution.Bralla. Parting line.2 GEOMETRIC TOLERANCES: Geometrical characteristics and symbols.K. 2000. of Lecture Hrs. Influence of Fabrication properties (Machinability. 6 Hours UNIT . Jain Khanna Publishers. Material selection process – cost per unit property. of Lecture Hrs. Castability. 4. LIMITS & FITS: General Tolerances. Definition and Measurement of circularity. 8 Hours UNIT . Pitman Publications. E. Mould. Reduction in machining area. Geoffrey Boothroyed et al ‘Mercel Dekker Inc. True position tolerance. Mcgraw Hill 1998.6 COMPONENT DESIGN FROM MACHINING CONSIDERATION: Design considerations for turning. 6 Hours PART ./ Week Total No. simplification by separation and amalgamation. 7 Hours TEXT BOOKS: 3. 1991. Indices Cp and Cpk control charts. Engineering Deign: A Materials and processing approach. standard deviation concept of skewness & Kurtosh variance. Engineering Metrology. George. cylindricity. Fits. Design for reducting/eliminating sand cores. 6 Hours UNIT .8 SELECTION OF MATERIALS IN DESIGN: Properties of Materials used in design. flatness and runout. 6 Hours UNIT . : 06ME848 : 04 : 52 PART . drilling. Weldability. ASM Handbook. Relationship between attainable tolerance grades and different machining processes. 7 Hours UNIT .DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY Subject Code No. Mcgraw Hill. Material selection & Design. Dieter. 1983. 6 Hours UNIT . JameshG. milling and grinding 127 IA Marks Exam Hours Exam Marks : 25 : 03 : 100 operations. REFERENCE BOOKS: 4. Terms used for surface roughness. Design for Manufacturability Handbook. Product Design for Manufacture and Assembly. Polymer processing). Design for Manufacturability consideration.A UNIT . measurement of surface roughness. cored holes and machined holes.

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