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Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.) 7th & 8th Semester

Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak

Syllabus and Courses of Reading for B.E 7 th & 8th Semester Mechanical Engg. Examination

Session 2010-2011

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Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.) 7th & 8th Semester CSE-451-E Artificial Intel ligence & Ex pert Systems CSE-303-E Computer Graphics IC-455-E Intelligent Instrumenta tion for Engi neers IC-403-E Embedded SystemsDesign CH-453-E Pollution & Control IT-471-E Management Information Systems IT-204-E Multimedia Technologies

Course Subject Teaching Schedule Marks Examination Total DuraNo. of Class TheoryPractical Marks tion of L T P Total Work Exam (in hrs.) ME - Auto3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 401 E mobile Engg. ME - Ref. & 3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 403 E Air-condition-ing ME - Opera3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 405 E tions Research Open Elective* 3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 ME - Mecha 3 1 - 4 50 100 150 3 407 E nical Vibra -tion ME- Auto- - 2 2 25 25 50 3 409-E Mobile Lab. ME- R.A.C - - 3 3 50 50 100 3 411-E Lab. ME Project - - 4 4 50 50 3 413 E ME Practical - - 2 2 415 E Training -II Total 15 5 11 31 375 600 75 950

List of Open Electives 1 HUM-451-E Languages 8 Skills for Engineers 2 HUM-453-E HumanResource 9 Management 3 HUM-457-E Business 10 Communication 4 5 6 7 HUM-455-E PHY-415-E PHY-453-E ME-451-E Entrepreneurship 11 NanoTechnology 12 LaserTechnology 13 Mechatronics Systems 14

Note : 1. Students will be permitted to opt. for any elective run by the other departments. owever, the departments will offer only those electives for which they have expertise. The choice of the students fo any eelctive shall not be a binding for the department to offer, if the department does not have expertise. 2. Project load will be treated as 2 hrs. per week for Project coordinator and 1 hr. for each participating teacher. Project will committee in VIIt semester where the students will identify the Project problem, complete the design/ procure the maternal/ start the fabrication/ complete the survey etc., depending upon the nature of the problem. Project will continue in VIII the semester. 3. Assessement of Practical Training-II, carried out at the end of VI semester, will be based on seminar, viva-voce and project report of the student from the industry. According to performance, letter Grades A, B, C, F are to be awarded. A student who is awarded ‘F’ grade is reuqired to repeat Practical Training. 4. Students will be allowed to use the non-programmable scientific. However, sharing of calculator will not be permitted.

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Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.) 7th & 8th Semester

ME - 401 E AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING L T P 3 3 1 Marks Total : 150 Sessional Theory : 50 Marks : 100

Slip Joint; Constant Velocity Universal Joints; Front Wheel Drive; Principle, Function, Construction & Opeartion of Differential; Rear Axles, Types of load coming on Rear Axeles, Full loating, Three quarter Floating and Semi Floating Rear Axles. Unit V Suspension Systems : Need of Suspension System, Types of Suspension; factors influencing ride comfort, Suspension Spring; Constructional details and characteristics of leaf springs. Unit VI Steering System : Front Wheel geometry & Wheel alignement viz. Caster, Camber, King pin Inclination, Toe-in/ Toe-out; Conditions for true rolling motions of Wheels during steering; Different types of Steering Gear Boxes;Steering linkages and layout’ Power steering - Rack & Pinion Power Steering Gear, Electronics steering. Unit VII Automobile Brakes, Tyres & Wheels : Classification of Brakes; Principle and constructional details of Drum Brakes, Disc Brakes; Brake actuating systems, Mechanical, Hydraulic, Pneumatic Brakes; Factors affecting Brake performace, Power & Power Assisted Brakes; Tyres of Wheels; Types of Tyre & their constructional details Wheel Balancing, Tyre Rotation of Tyre of Tyre wear & their causes. Unit VIII Emission Control System & Automotive Electrical : Sources of Atmospheric Pollution from the automobile, Emission Control Systems - Construction and Operation of Positive Crank Case ventilation (PVC) Systems, Evaporative Emission Control. Heated Air Intake System, Exhaust Gas Recirculation (ECR)

Duration of Exam. : 3 hrs. Unit I Introduction to Automobiles : Classification, Components, equirements of Automobile Body; Vehicle Frame, Separate Body & Frame, Unitised Body, car Body Styles, Bus Body & Commercial Vehicle Body Types; Front Engine Rear Drive & Front Engine Front drive Vehicles, Four Wheel Drive Vehicles, Safety features of latest vehicle; Future trends in automobiles. Unit II Clutches : Requirement of Clutches - Principle of Friction Clutch - Wet Type & Dry Types; Cone Clutch, Single Plate Clutch, Diaphragam Spring Clutch, Multi plate Clutch. Centrifugal Clutches, Electromagnetic Clutch, Over Running Clutch; Clutch Linkages. Unit III Power Transmission ; Requirements of transmission system : General Arrangement of Power Transmission system; Object of the Gear Box; Different types of Gear Boxes; Sliding Mesh, Constant Mesh Synchro- mesh Gear Boxes; Epi-cyclic Gear Box, Freewheel Unit. Overdrive unit-Principle of Overdrive, Advantage of Overdrive, Transaxle, Transfer cases. Unit IV Drive Lines, Universal Joint, Differential and Drive Axles : Efect of driving thrust and torque reactions; Hotchkiss Drive, Torque Tube Drive and radius Rods; Propeller Shaft, Universal Joints,

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Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.) 7th & 8th Semester

Systems, Ait Injection System and Catalytic Converters; Purpose construction & operation of lead acid Battery, Capacity Rating & Maintenance of Batteries;Purpose and Operation of Charging Pu rpo se and Ope rat ions o f t he Starting Systems; Vehicle Lighting System. Text Books :1. Automobile Engineering by Anil Chhikara, satya Prakashan, New Delhi. 2. Automobile Engineering by Dr. Kirpal Singh, standard Publishers Distributors. References Books : 1. Automotive Mechanics - Crouse / Anglin, TMH. 2. Automotive Technology - H.M. Sethi, TMH, New Delhi. 3. Automotive Mechanics - S.Srinivasan, TMH, New Delhi. 4. Automotive Mechanics - Joseph Heitner, EWP. 5. Motor Automotive Technology by Anthony E. Schwaller Delmer Publishers, Inc. 6. The Motor Vehicle - Newton steeds Garrett, Butter Worths. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all, at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions.

ME - 403 E REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. : 3 hrs. Unit I

Introduction : Definition of refrification & air conditioning : Necessity; Methods of refrigeration; Unit of refrigeration; Coefficient of performance (COP), Fundaments of air-conditioning, Comparative study, secndary refrigerants, Introduction to ecofriendly Refrigerants; Introduction to Cryogenics. Unit II Air Refrigeration System : Carnot ref rigeration cycle. Temperature. Limitations; Brayton refrigeration or the Bell Coleman air refrigeration cycle; Necessity of cooling the aero plane; Air craft refrigeration systems, Simple cooling and Simple evaporative types, Boot strap and Boot starap evaporative types, Refrigerative type and Reduced Ambien t type system, Comparison of different systems, problems. Unit III Vapour Compression(VC) Refrigeration Systems : (A) Simple Vapour Compression (VC) Refrigeration systemsLimitations of Reserved Carnot cycle with vapour as the refrigeration; Analysis of VC cycle considering degrees of sub cooling and superheating ; VC cycl on p-v,t-s and p-h diagrams; ef fects of operating conditions on COP; Comparison of VC cycle with Air Refrigeration cycle. (B) Multistage Ref . Systems - Necessity of compound compression, Compound VC cycle, Inter-cooling with liquid sub-coo ling and / or water inter cooler; Multistage compression with flash inte-cooling and /or water intercooling; systems with individual or multiple expression values;

Enthalpy. 2 Charts. New Delhi. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Solar radiation Electrical applications. Psychrometry of air-conditioning proce sses. Electrolux Refrigeration.Basic Systems. S p e c i f i c humidity. 3. Problem. Sources of cooling load. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Relative humidity. Unit IV Other Refrigeration Systems : (A) Vapour Absorption Refrigeration systems. Relative merits and demerits. types of evaporators. (C) Cascade Refrigerating Systems . Humid specif ic heat. Refrigeration & air conditioning . Duct systems Design.Maharshi Dayanand University 7 8 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Infilatrion and ventilation Heat generation inside conditioner space. A i r. Mixing Proccess. Comparison with V. Colling and Dehumidifying coils. Design of summer air-conditioning and Winter air conditioning system.Manohar Prasad Wiley Eastern Limited. Arora. Type of compressors and their performance curves. Psychrometric n air washer. Comfort chart Problem.B. Types of Condensers. TMH. Actuators Safety controls. Psychrometric chart. Specific humidity. Problems. W et bulb temp.C. Apparatu selection. TMH. Filters. Problems. Types of expansion devices. Unit V Psy ch r o m e t r y o f A ir * A i r C o n d i t io n i n g P ro c e ss e s : P ro p e r t ie s o f m o i st . Text Books :1. (B) Stream Jet Refrigerating System . Relative Dalton law. air distribution system. New Delhi. P. Layout of plants. Analysis.Introduction. Heat transfer through structure. Jordan and G. Unit VII Air Conditioning Systems with Controls & Accessories : Classifications. Properties of aqua ammonia.Necessity Selection of Pairs of refrigerations for the system. Temperature sensors.W. Individual compression system with individual or multiple expansion valves but with and without intercoolers. 2.) 7th & 8th Semester Individual compression system with individual or expansion values. Basic procese s in conditioning of air. Prentise Hall of India. Refrigeration & Air conditioning -C.G ib b s D a lt o n la w . Unit VI Air Conditioning Load Calculations : Outstanding and inside design conditions sources heating load . Note 1 In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Problems. Problems. Systems. Refrigeration & Air conditioning -R. Priester. Stocker and J. Refrigerant piping. Accessories. Pressure sensors. tables. Refrigeration & Air conditioning. New Delhi. data book and des igne d book s a s pe r re quire ment as pe r requirement of aper be allowed in the examination. Degree of saturation. . Actual COP of the system.C. scientific calculator. Analysis. Dew point temperature. Concept of cascade temperature. 2. Dew point temperature. Problem. Unit VIII Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipments . Relative merits and demarits performance Applications.. Heat transfer in condensers. References Books : 1. Degree of saturation.F. A course in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning . Multistaging. Humidity sensors. Jones.Arora & Domkundwar.Performance. Equipment selection.W. Application.

Solgeberg. PERT & CPM. travelling salesman. applications in industry. design of simulation. New Delhi. Wiley ISE. problem. Note : Paper setter will set eight questions. Introduction : Definition. performance of queuing systems. float in network. References Books : 1. 2.R. Prentice Hall of India. dual simplex. Least cost or matrix minimal. Unit III Deterministic Model : Transportation model-balanced & unbalanced. M/M/1 queue. New Delhi. risk uncertainty. PRIMAL-DUAL. MODI methods.405 E OPERATIONS RESEARCH L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. New Delhi. SIMON model types of decision making environment. at least one from ea ch unit Students are required to answer 5 questions.Philips. degeneracy. Wiley Eastern.M. Churchaman. role of operations research in decisionmaking. shadow price. Text Books :1. Unit V Waiting Line Models : Introduction. Wagher. indirect. applications in indutries. variance and probability of completion time. Gupta. project cost-direct. decision making with utilities problems. Concept on O. formulation. Stepperg stone method. models & experiments.Vohra. PHI.graphical simplex Gauss Jordan reduction process in simplex methods. 2. process generation time mecahnism. models validation.Maharshi Dayanand University 9 10 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Revindran. Unit VI Project Line Models : Network diagram. Operations Research .certainty. Principles of operation Research (with Appliations to Managerial Decisions) by H. 4. . Vogel’s Method. National Publishers. queue parameters. post-optimality & sensitivity analysis. event activity.Types & methods. 3. : 3 hrs. Monte Carlo methods . orth west rule.Sharma. problem. Quantitative Techniques . BIG-M methods computational. solution . Unit VIII Decision Theory : Decision Theory : Decision process.Gupta & Sharma.TAHA. Operation Research . Operation Research .Ackoff. Oxford IBH. New Delhi. arnoff. defects in network. resources leveling in project problems.its applications in industries problems. total optimal project cost by crashing of network. problems. Unit II Linear Programming (LP) : Programing definition. problems.model building . Unit IV Advanced Topic of LP : Duality. Unit I Unit VII Simulation : Introduction. assignment. reactions-its solution. Operation Research .) 7th & 8th Semester ME . 5. economic interpretation. TMH. Principle of Operations Resaerch .New Delhi.

Theory and Practice of Mecahnical Vibrations J. Periodic Functions. Unit VI Multi degrees of Freedom systems and Numerical Methods Introduction Influence Coefficients. Lateral Vibrations of Beam. . Orthpgonality of Normal Modes. Theory of Vibration with Aplications W. Energy Dissipated by Damping Equvalent. Addision . Mechanical Vibration : G.S. Arbitrary Excitation. Centrifugal Vibration Absorber.T. Unit II Free and Damped Vibrations : Single Degree of Freedom system. Damped Free Vibrations.Method of Matrix Iteration. Dunkerley’s Equation. Energy Methods. Critical Speeds and Whirling of Rotating Shafts. Vibration Damper. Raop. Grover and S. Harmonic Analysis. Fourier Series Expansion. Response to step Excitions. Longitudinal Vibrations of Rod. Torsional Vibrations of Rod.Introduction to MultiDegree of Freedom Systems Normal Mode Vibrations. Prentice Hall of India. Rao and K. Vector and Complex Number Representations Definations and Terinology. Structural Damping Sharpness of Resonance.K. Deterministic and Random. Vibration Measuring Instruments. Coulomb Damping. Viscous Camping. Beams. Unit III Harmonically Excited Vibrations : Forced Damped Harmonic Vibration of single Degree of Freedom Systems. Unit I Coupling Principal Coordinates. Thomson. Undamped and Damped. Naural frequancies and Normal Modes. References Books : 1. Forced Harmonic Vibrations.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . Text Books :1. Nigam. Flexibility Matrix. Free Vibrations in Terms of Initial Conditions. Mecahnical Vibrations S. Unit V Normal Mode Vibrations of Continuous System : Vibrating String.Maharshi Dayanand University 11 12 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Fundamen tals : Importa nce of Study of Vib ratio ns. Support Motion Vibration Isolation.S. Harmonic Motion. 2. Vibrations Absorber. Unit IV Transient Vibrations : Impulse Excitation. Coordinate Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Base Excitation Solution by Laplace Transforms Response Spectrum Runge-Kurta Method. Application of these Methods. D’ Alemberts Principles. Logarithmic Decrement Under Dampling Critical and Over Dampling. Classifications of Vibrations Free and Forced. Stiffness Matrix. 2. Rayleighs Method.407 E MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions.P. Nem Chand and Sons. Linear and Non-linear. Gupta . The Holzer Type Problem Geared and Branched Systems. : 3 hrs. Rotating Unbalance. Wiley Eastern Ltd.Wesley Publishing Company. Unit V Two Degrees of Freedom System .

Tilt & Telescople Wheels. (c) Steering Wheels and Columns e. List of Experiments : 1. Rack and Pinion Power Steering System. 6. Drive Axles and Four Wheel Drive Line. e. (b) Engine cooling & Iubricating Systems (c) Engine starting Systems. L T P . To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. 2. working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Steering Systems. working principles and operation of the following Automotive Clutches. To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. (d) Contact Point & Electronic Ignition Systems. (a) Rear Wheel Drive Line. (a) Manual Steering Systems. (a) Coil-Spring Clutch (b) Diaphragm . To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. (d) Steering column and Floor . working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Tyres & Wheels (a) Various Types on Bias Rsdial Tyres. 9. Pitman . To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. (a) Multi-cylinder : Diesel and Petrol Engines. (c) Differentials. 8.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Brake Systems. working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Drive Lines & Differentials. (c) Four Wheel Drive and Transfer Case. Rack & Pinion steering. (b) Front Wheel Drive Line. (a) Synchromesh .g.g. To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. (b) Various Tyres of Wheels.Four speed Range. Collapsible Steering Columns. working principles and operation of the following Fuels supply Systems.. : 3 hrs. working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Suspension Systems.2 Sessional : 25 Marks Practical : 25 Marks Total : 50 Duration of Exam.Maharshi Dayanand University 13 14 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. e. To Study and prepare report on the constructional details.g.409 E AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING LAB. (a) Front Suspension System (b) Rear Suspension System 7.Shift levers.Spring Clutch (c) Double Disk Clutch. (b) Power steering systems. 3. working principles and operation of the following Automobile Engine Systems & Sub Systems. 4. (a) Carburators (b) Diesel Fuel Injection Systems (c) Gasoline Fuel Injection Systems.armsteering. 5. working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Transmission Systems. (b) Transaxle with Dual Speed Range . To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. To Study and prepare report on the constructional details.

which is commenced in VIIth semester.) 12. Project involving design/ fabrication/ testing computer simulation/ case studies etc. : 3 hrs. per week while the participating teachers will be assigned 1hr. load for the same.Practical: 100 Marks Total : 200 ME . The student will be required to submit three copies of his/ her project report to the office of the concerned department for record (one opy each for the deptt.) 7th & 8th Semester (a) Hydraulic & Pneumatic Brake systems. . Office. (b) Drum Brake System (c) Disk Brake System (d) Antilock Brake System (e) Antilock Brake System 10 To Study and prepare report on the constructional details. L T P Marks ..Maharshi Dayanand University 15 16 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Project coordinator will be assigned the project load of 2 hrs. 11.413 E PROJECT Sessional 6 : 100 Duration of Exam. Modelling of any two automotive systems on 3D CAD using educational softwares (eg. Note : At least ten experiments are tobe peformed in the semester. Remaining three experiments institute as per the scope of the syllabus. At least seven experiments should be performed from the above list. working principles and oper ation of t he f ollowing Automomotive Emission/ Pollution control systems. Crash worthiness of the designed frame using Hypermesh and L-S Dynasolver or other software. will be completed in VIIIth Semester and will be evaluated through a panel of examiners consisting of HOD of the concerned depratment. participating teacher and college library). project coordinator and one external examiner to be appointed by the University. 3D modelling package/ Pro Engineering/ I-Deas/ Solid edge etc.

4 50 100 150 3 402 E uter Ad ded Design ME . ROHTAK SCHEME OF STUDIES & EXAMINATION B.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .50 100 150 3 402 E Fitness for the Profe ssional* Total 14 2 15 31 400 400 250 1050 A student who has been awarded ‘F’ grade will be required to repeat the practical training.) ME .E. ME .Maharshi Dayanand University 17 18 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.II At the end of sixth semster each student would undergo six Practical Training in an Industry/ Professional/ Organization/ Research Laboratory with the prior approval of the DirectorPrincipal of the concerned college and submit a written typed report along with a certifiate from the organization..uated during VII Semester by a Board of Examiners to be appointed by the Director-Principal/principal of the concerned college who will award one of the following grades : Excellent Good Satisfactory Not satisfactory : : : : A B C F M.4 50 100 150 3 Elect ive-II ME. The report will be aeva..Indepen ..Deptt. .8 8 50 100 150 3 413 E GEMEGeneral . 4 .Deptt.415 E PRACTICAL TRAINING .Comp 3 1 .. ME..D.. of Class TheoryPractical Marks tion of L T P Total Work Exam (in hrs.4 50 100 150 3 404 E Plant Engg. 4 .4 4 50 50 3 408-E dent Study Seminar ME Project ..University.CAD .4 50 100 150 3 Elect ive-I ME .Power 3 1 .3 3 50 50 100 3 406-E Lab. 4 th YEAR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SEMESTER VIII Modified ‘E’ Scheme effective from 2007-08 Course Subject Teaching Schedule Marks Examination Total DuraNo.

rotation. boundary rep resentation. Basics of geometric and solid modeling. 4.II 1. r e f l e ct io n . Unit I Deptt. intrinsic and parametric equations. 1 Project load will be treated as 2 hrs. sweep representation. reconstruction of 3-D objects.D r o t a t io n . tangents and normal.Maharshi Dayanand University 19 20 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. blending functions reparametrization.I 1. For the subject ME-408 E. Note ME-442E Robotics Engineering ME-444E Ergonomics and Work Place Design ME-446 E Modern Manufacturing Processes ME-448 E Emerging Automotive Technologies : Introdu ction : Intro duction t o CA D/CAM. Introduction to CIM . blending functions. . Historial developments. transformtaion of points and l in e . ruled surface. 2. bi-cubic surfae. appointed by University. sc a li n g a n d co m b i n e d transformation. plane surface. surface of revolution. tabulated cylinder.402 E COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. tangents and normal. 5. 2. Unit III Curves : Algebraic and geometric forms. Project will committee in VIIt semester where the students will identify the Project problem. cubic splines. Unit V Solids : Solid models and representation scheme. explicit.402-E and will be effective from 2006-07. The Evaluation of the student for his/ her Genral Fitness for the Profession shall be carried out by a team consisting of Principal/ Director. HOD of concerned department and external examiner. spatial occupancy enumeration. 3. conlcs. Unit IV Surfaces : Algebraic and geometric forms. 3-D scaling. complete the design/ procure the maternal/ start the fabrication/ complete the survey etc. reflection and translation. Electives . cell decomposition. B-spline surface. Unit II Transformations : Introduction. homogeneous coordinates. combined transformations.. 2. 4.) 7th & 8th Semester Deptt. coordinate systems. and study it throughly and independently. per week for Project co-ordinator and 1 hr. 4. sharing of calculator will not be permitted. 3. a student will select a topic from e ng in ee ri ng or Mech. bezier surface. constru ctive solid geometry. Industrial look at CAD/CAM. Engg. Electives . reparametrization. depending upon the nature of the problem. for each participating teacher. : 3 hrs. orthographic and perspective projections. implicit. However. Bezier curves and B-spline curves. Project will continue in VIII the semester. sixteen point form. 3. four curve form. * The subject GFME-420-E (General Proficiency) code has been changed to GFME. striaght lines. ME-432 E Optimization for Engineering Systems ME-434 E Computer Aided Vehicle Design ME-436 E Mechatronics ME-438 E Flexible Manufacturing Systems L T P 3 1 - ME . 2. shearing. Students will be allowed to use the non-programmable scientific. later he will give a seminar talk on the topic.

MGraw Hill. ash handling systems. parameters af fecting thermodynamic efficiency of combined cycles. CAD/ CAM Theory and Practice by Zeid. Application of FE analysis to 1-D thermal problem. Published by Mc Graw Hill. site selection. preparation. General structure of a FE analysis procedure. coal handling systems. review of basic thermodynamic cycles used in power plants. Practice & Manufacturing Management) by Chirs Mc Mohan & Jimmie Browne. comparison with other types of power plants. power plants design. Rogers and J. homogeneous. waste disposal. with organic fluids. Influence coefficient.PWR. gas cooled. types of power plants. Unit III Steam Power Plants : Flow sheet and working of modernthermal power plants. Prantice Hall.Wesley. Published by Addison.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . Advantages and limitations. basic nuclear reations. Text Books :1. CANDU. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. References Books : 1. : 3 hrs. selection of the plants. Unit I Finite Element Modelling : Types of FE analysis . Introduction : Energy resources and their availability. . Degree of freedom. Problems. dust collectionmechanical dust collector and electrostatic precipitator. nuclear reactors. feeding and burning of pulverized fuel. Arrangements of combined plants (steam & gas turbine power plants). using PFBC systems. site selection. 3. CAD/ CAM (Principles. re-powering systems with gas production from coal. CAD/ CAM by Groover and Zimmer. super critical pressure steam stations. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. nuclear power station. coal storage. New York. fast breeder. Alan Adams. Sodium graphite. Element and stiffness equations.Maharshi Dayanand University 21 Unit VI 22 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Unit II Hydro Electric Power Plants : Rainfall and run-of f measurements and plotting of various curves for estimating stream flow and size of reservoir. Unit IV Combined Cycles : Constant pressure gas turbine power plants. construction and operation of diffrent components of hydro-electric power plants. BWR. 2.404 E POWER PLANT ENGINEERING L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. Mathematical Elements for computer Graphics byDavid F. Unit V Nuclear Power Palnts : Principles of nuclear energy. Assembly procedure.

heat rate. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. tariffs methods of elelctrical energy. c.A skrotzki and William A. input-out put curves. Unit VIII Direct Energy Conversion Systems : Fuel cell.g.) 1. Text Books :1. performance & operating characteristics of power plants . Modelling of machine components. solar energy collectors. medium & high temperature power plants. Nag Tata Mc Graw Hill Second Edition 2001. geothermal power plants. thermoelectric power generation. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. L T P .. cubic splines. 3D modelling package / Pro Engineer/ I-Deas/ Solid Edge etc.incremental rate theory.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .Bilinear. New Delhi. Unit VII Non-Conventional Power Generation : Solar radiation estimation. : M. Vopat . Conic Sections. . b.Maharshi Dayanand University 23 Unit VI 24 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Transformation and projections. 2.Wakil Mc Graw Hill second Edition 2001. MHD power gen eration-priniple. CAD Modelling Assignments a. EL. economic load sharing. Construction of simple machine parts and components.K. different terms and definitions. Power station Engineering and Economy by Berhardt G. wind power plants. tidal power plants. thermionic power generation. b. 2. Problems. Power Plant Engg. low. : 3 hrs. Im p l e m e n t s i mp l e p ro g r a m m e s f o r t h e g r a p h i cs representation of a.Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. efficiency. and B-splines. cost of elelctrical energy. References Books : 1. Bicubic surface patch and Bezler surface. OTEC. op en & closed cycles systems. Power Plants Egineering : P.M.. The students will be required to carry out the following exercises using software packages (e. Power Plant Economis : load curve. Surfaces .406 E COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN LAB.2 Sessional : 25 Marks Theory : 25 Marks Total : 50 Duration of Exam.

Maharshi Dayanand University 25 26 L T P . Duration of Exam.. project coordinator and one external examiner to be appointed by the University. The committee should comprise of at least three faculty members from Thermal.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .413 E PROJECT Sessional Practical Total : 100Marks :100 Marks : 200 The students will select a topic inemeging areas of Mech. .4 Sessional Total : 50 Marks : 50 ME . Project coordinator will be asigned the project load of 2 hrs.. Office. and study independently. P ro j e ct i nv o lvi n g d e si g n / f a br i ca t ion / te s t in g computer simulation/ case studies etc.6 Marks Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. participating teacher and college library). per week while the participating teachers will be assigned 1 hr. He will give a seminar talk on the before the committee constituted by the head of the dept. : 3 Hrs. Production & Design specializations. load for the same.408 E INDEPENDENT STUDY SEMINAR L T P . Engg. which is commenced in VIIth Semester and will be evaluted through a panel of examiner consisting of HOD of the concerned department. The student will be required to submit three copies of his/ her project report to the office of the concerned department for record (one copy each for the deptt.

A specimen perform indicating the weight age to each component/ ativity is given below :Name : __________________College Roll No. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------I II III IV V VI VII -------------------------------------------------------------------------------II. The evlauation will be made by the panel of experts/ examiners/ teachers to be appointed by the Principal/ Director of the College. has been cleared. obtained exam.402 E GENERAL FITNESS FOR THE PROFESSION Class Work : 50 Marks Practical : 100 Marks Total Marks : 150 At the end of each year students will be evaluated on the basic of their performance in various fields. Result % age of Number of Attempt Marks in which the Sem. Extra Curricular Activities (10 Marks) : Item Level of Participation Remarks (Position Obtained) Indoor Games _________________ __________________ (Specify the _________________ __________________ Games) _________________ L T P .- Drama Dance Music Fine Arts Painting Hobby Club N. _____________ Branch ___________________Year of Admission___________ I.. Academic Performance (15 Marks) : (a) Performance in University Examination :-------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sem.S.S. ___________________ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ ___________________ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ __________________ _ . ______________ Univ.Maharshi Dayanand University 27 28 Outdoor Games (Specify the Games Essay Competition Scientific Technical Exhibitions Debate Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Roll No.) 7th & 8th Semester GFME .

________________________________________________ 4. Educational tours/ visits/ Membership of Professional Societies (5 Marks) 1. 4. 6. ________________________________________________ 5.( ** Total Marks : )+II( )+III( )+IV( )+V( )+VI( )= Member Member Member Member Member Member 1.) 7th & 8th Semester Hostel Management __________________ _ Activities __________________ _ __________________ _ Any other __________________ _ activitiy (Please __________________ _ Specify __________________ _ III. Contribution in NSS Social Welfare Floor Relief/ draught relief/ Adult Literacy mission/ Literacy Mission/ Blood Donation/ Any other Social Service (5 Marks) VI. ________________________________________________ 6.Maharshi Dayanand University 29 30 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Performance inViva voce before the committee (10 Marks) ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ *Marks obtained 1. 5. 2. 3. Briefly evaluate your academic & other performance & achivements in the Institution (5 Marks) ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ . ________________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ V. ________________________________________________ 2. ________________________________________________ IV.

C. Unit VIII Integer Programing : Gomory’s Cutting Plane Method for Integer Linear Programming. MGH. Direct Methods of feasible directions. Conjugate Directions. Formulation & Solution of Integer Polynomial and non-linear problems. Unit II Classical Methods : Single Variable Optimization. Multivariable Optimization without any Constraints with Equality and Inequality Constraints. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Unit V Constrained Minimization Methods : Characteristics of a constrained problem. New York. Indirect Methods of interior and exterior penalty functions. Unit III One Dimensional Minimization Methods : Uni-model Function . Text Books :1. : 3 hrs. Satement of the Optimal Problem : Classification. 2. . Fibonacce and Golden Section Methods. Calculus.S.Pearson Education. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Belegundu and Tirupathi R Chandrupatla . Unit IV Unconstrained Minimization Methods : Univariate. Duration of Exam. Optimization Concepts and Application in Engineering Ashok D.Dichotomous Serach. Interpolation Methods . Schechter.432 E OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR ENGINEERING SYSTEMS L T P 3 1 Marks Total : 150 Sessional Theory : 50 Marks : 100 Unit VII Dynamic Programing : Concept of Sub-optimization and the principle of optimality. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Unit VI Geometric Programming : Formulationand Solutions of Unconstrained and Constrained geometric programming problems. Tabular and Computational Methods in Dynamic programming : An Introduction to Continuous Dynamic Programming.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . References Books : 1. Estimination Methods . Rao.G. Optimization Tecniques. New Delhi.Maharshi Dayanand University 31 32 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Beveridge and R.Quadratic and Cubic Interpolation Methods. gradient and Variable Metric Methods. Optimization : Theory and practice. Optimization (Theory & Applications) -S.S. Unit I Introduction : Engineering Applications.S.

New York. Suspension and Tyres. References Books : Duration of Exam. London. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Styeering.. taking two questions each from Units I. Semi-floating and Three Quarter Floating.Moments and Stress on Frame Members.Maharshi Dayanand University 33 34 Text Books :- Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. 2. 2. IIIiffee Books Ltd. IIIiffee Books Ltd. London.. Unit IV Clutch : Torque capacity Aided Design of Three Speed and Four Speed Gear Boxes. Newton. New York. Steeds & Garret. Rear Axle Shafts and Rear Axle Housings. Unit I Vehicle Frame and Suspension : Study of Loads. Design of Final Drive Gearing. Determination of Optimum Dimension and Proportions for Steering Linkage ensuring minimum error in Steering.M. Mechanics of Road Vehicles. Computer Aided Design of Frame for Passenger and Commercial Vehicles. III & one question each from Units IV & V. Design details of Fullfloating. . P. IIIiffe Books. Unit II Front Axle and Steering Systems : Analysis of Loads Moments and Stresses at different sections of front axle.. W.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .. II. W heel Spindle Bearings. Heldt. Motor Vehicle. Chilton Co.. : 3 hrs. P. J. IIIiffee Books Ltd. Dean Averns. Heldt. Automobile Chassis Design.M. Giles.G. The students will be required to attempt 3 q ue s ti o ns fr o m P AR T -A & t wo qu e st ion s compulsory from Part-B. Steeds.Coil Springs and Torsion Bar Springs. Chilton Book Co. 3. Computer Aided Design of Leaf Springs . 1. Determinantion of Bearing Loads at Kingpin Bearings. Choice of Bearings. London. 4. Torque Converter. Note : Use of Software Package s for Analysis and De sign of Mec ha nic a l Sy stems may be used for Design problem.434 E COMPUTER AIDED VEHICLE DESIGN L T P 3 1 Marks Total : 150 Sessional Theory : 50 Marks : 100 1. Unit III Drive Line and Read Axle : Computer Aided Design of Propeler Shaft. Automotive Chassis.

Integral Control . Digital Signal Processing. Serial Communication Interface. Pointer. Selection of Sensors.controllers. Pulse Modulation. Microcomputer Structure. Unit II Hardware of Measurement Systems . A Measurement System with its constituent elelments.proportional plus Derivative Control. Open and Closed Loop Systems. Protection.Displays. Process Control Valves. Brief Review of Opeartional Amplifier. Problems. Branches. Boolen Algebra. Unit III Pneumatic. Magnetic Recording. Liquid Level. Hydraulic.Maharshi Dayanand University 35 36 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. Temperature. Solenoids. Why C Language ? A review of Program Structure. Selection of a PLC. Micro . Mecahnical and electrical Actuation Systems : Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systmes. Problems. Cylinder Sequencing. A review of Displacement. Unit VII Microprocessors and Input/ Output Systems : Control. Master & Jump Controls. Transfer Functions for first order System. A Review of modelling of First and Second Order Systems and Performance Measures.Lag.436 E MECHATRONICS L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. & A. Adaptative Control. Control System Performance. Performance Specifications.C. Kanaugh Maps. Input/ Output. Problems. Data Acqusition. Pressure Control Valves. Liquid Flow. Unit I Hydraulic . Introduction and Basics : W hat is Mechat ronics ?. Position Velocity. Basic Structure of Programmable Logic Controllers. : 3 hrs. Light Sensors / alongwith Performance Terminology. Subroutines. Bode Plots. Data Presentation Systems . . Directional Control Valves. Data Acquisition System. Systems. Input/ Output Processing. Arrays. Multiplexers. Interna Relays and Counters. Micro. Stepper Motors. Second Order System. PID Controller Opera tional Amplif ier PID Circuits. Digital Signals. Digital Controllers Implementing Control Modes. Elctro-mecahnical Systems. Control Modes. Data Handling. Signal Conditioning.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . Examples of Programs. Valve Symbols. Timers.step Mode. Instruction Sets. Stability. Rotary Actuators. Force. Programming Languages. Data Presentation Elements. Interface Requirements: Peripheral Interface Adaptors. systems in series & Systems with Feedback Loops. Testing & Calibration. Fitering. Propotional Mode . Electrical Systems. Problems.Electronic Proportional Controllers. Controller Tuning . The Mechatronic Approach. Derivateive Control .Proportional plus Integral Control. Programming. Two .Translational System. Mecahnical & Solid State Switches.C.Mecahnical System. Unit V Closed Loop Controllers : Continuous and Discrete processes . Mechanical Aspect of Motor Selection. Applications. Analogue Input/ Output. Motion. Problems. Fluid Pressure. Input Data by Switches. Unit VI Digital Logic and Programmable Logic Controllers : A Review of Number Systems & logic Gates. Motors.Process Reaction Method & Ultimate Cycle Method.processor Based Controllers. Sequential Controllers. Unit IV Systems Modelling and Performance : Engg. Loops. Frequency Response of First Order and Second Order Systems. velocity Control. Interfacing. Sequential Logic. Assembly Language Programs. Rotational . Examples of Interfacing. Problems. Wheat Stone Bridge. Steady State Error. D.

quantitative analysis of the delivery system operation. types of robot control. In t r o d u c t i o n t o Me c h a n t r o n i c s a n d M e a su r i n g S yst em : d av id G. A Pick & Place Robot. Text Books :1. types of classification and coding systems. end effectors. Material handling and storage system : Functions of the handling system. types of systems. where to apply FMS technology. FMS applications and benefits.Maharshi Dayanand University 37 Unit VIII 38 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. parts classification and coding. sensors in robotics. Bath Room Scale. Automatic Camera. FMS work stations. Unit I Design and Mechatronics : Design Process. Machine cell design : The composite part concept. Bolton. Unit IV Flexible Manufacturing Systems : Components of an FMS.C. Automation : Types of automation. References Books : 1. buffer storage. types of cell designs. automation for machining operations. Mechantronics System Design . other specifications. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. work volume. methods of work part transport. Possible Mechatronics design solutions for Timed Switch. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . : 3 hrs. Unit III Group Technology : Part families. accuracy and repeatability. Detroit-type automation : Automated flow lines. analysis of a single. engine Management System & Bar Code Recorder. automating strategies. Al c ia t io n a n d Micha e l B . Transfer mechanisms. types of automated assembly systems.438 E FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. 2. H ist a n d Ta t a Mc G r a w H i ll . Kolx Brooks/ Cole 1997. part feeding devices.Sensing to Implementation . Venkataraman.R. common robot configurations.Devdas Shetty and Richard A.station assembly machine. Unit V Ro bo tic tech nolog y : Joints and links. reasons for automating. FMS layout configurations. Traditional and Mechantronics Design. benefits of group technology. . Wind Screen Wiper Motion. Mechantronics by W. Sapna. numericals. Published by Addition Wesley. Material handling equipments. Computer control system : Computer fucntion. Unit II Automated assmebly systems : Design for automated assembly. 2. de termining the best ma chine a rrangement. Mechantronics .

Robot languages : Motion programming. work cell control.Axis Articulated Robot and three . A Robotic Work Cell. General Properties of Solutions. W o rk. : 3 hrs. advantages and disadvantages. Acuracy. Precision. Unit IV Work Space Analysis and Trajectory Planning : Work Space Analysis. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing.P. App roch to Computer Integ rate d Design and Manufacturing Naua Singh. Unit I Robot programming : Types of programming. Tool Configuration.E nvelope Geometrics. Shivnan J. Robot Cla ssif ication . Operating Environment. The Pick and Place Operation. Work Envelope of a Four Axis Scara Robot. applications. Unit VII Robot applications : Charateristics of robot applications. The Arm Equation. Four. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Straight Line Motion.Axis Articulated Robot. 2.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .442 E ROBOTICS ENGINEERING L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. Repeatability. Robot Specifications. Work Space Fixtures. 2. Work Envelope of a Five-Axis rticulated Robot. Prentice Hall of India. Inverse Kinematics of a Five-Axis Articulated Robot. 1998.Drive Technologies. Text Books :1. Composite Homogenous Transformations. .. assembly and inspection. interlocks. Rhino X-3 Unit II Direct Kinematics : The Arm Equation Homogenous Coordinates . References Books : 1. Problems. A Six. Problems. 1996. types of robot applications : Material handling. Addison Wesley. robot cell design. Robotic Manipulation : Automation and Robots. 2 nd Ed.Frames. procesing operations. A Five. Harhen J. Problems. Continuous Path Motion. Translations and Rotations. Groover M. lead through programming. John Wiley and Sons. Intepolated Motion.Maharshi Dayanand University 39 Unit VI 40 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. motion Programming.Axis Planer Articulted Robot. Automation. Six. Reach and Stroke. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Screw Transformations. Capacity and Speed. Production Mangement Systems : A CIM Perspective Browne J.Axis Articulated Robot. A Fou-Axis Scara Robot. Motion Control Method.Axis Scara Robot.No of Axes. Tool Orientation. simulation and off-line programming. An Example. Unit III Inverse Kinematics : Solving the Arm Eqaution : The Inverse Kinematics Problem. Link oordinates.

Problems. 5. Chmielewski and Michael Negin PHI 1989.K. Nagrath . Published by Mc. Rate Control using (1. Induced Joint Torques and Forces. Grover.xis PID Control. 2.Torque Control. State Equations. omputed . Dynamic Model of a One Axis Robot. Impedance Control. Text Books :1. Craig. esolved -Motion Rate Control. Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.Euler Dynamic Model. 6.) 7th & 8th Semester Differential Motion and Statics : The Tool Configuration Jacobian Matrix. Inc. Ltd. Generalised Inverse. LKlafter. Single. Industrial Robotics . Unit VI Manipulator Dynamics : Lagrange’s Equation.Technology. References Books : 1. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Kinetic & Potential Energy Generalised Force.structure Control. Thomas A.Inverse. Problems. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Direct & Inverse Dynamics. New Delhi. Variable. Pvt. Analysis Robotics & Mechatronics by Wolfram Stadler.Space Singularties.Tata Mc Graw Hill 2003. Weiss.An Intergated Approach : Richard D. 3. Harper & Low.Tsuneo Yashikawa MIT Press 1990. Recuresive Newton . Robotic Engineering . Indian Reprint 1998. Published by Mc Graw Hill International Edition.Euler Formulation. Student Edition). Joint . Mittal and I. Linear Feedback Systems. Test Book . Rate Control of Reduntant Rebots : n 6. . Dynamic Models of a Two Axis Planer rticulated Robot and A Three. Fundamental of Robotics (Analysis & Control) by Robert J. PID-Gravity Control.R. Introduction to Robotics (Mechanics & control) by John J. New Delhi. Robots and Control . Problem. Shilling. Lagrange .Maharshi Dayanand University 41 Unit V 42 4. n > 6. Foundations of Robotics Analysis and Control . Publishing New York. Published by Addition Wesley (Intl. Constant Solutions.Mohsen Shahinpoor. Nagel and Ordef. Unit VII Robot Control : The Control Problems. Programming & Applications by Mikell P. 2. Published by PHI. A Robot Engg.xis SCARA Robot.J. The Manipulator Jacobian.Graw Hill.

workspace assessment and re-design. Evaluation. & Rhodahl.Machine Engineering . and in manufacturing. 5. Text Books :1.C. . Health problems. Steven. & Mc Cormick. Deskiling. E.Chapanis A : Wordsworth Publishing Co. Task Analysis. Ma Millan. Enlargement.J. Mc Graw Hill New York. S. Management Style and Job design Change Ma ngement. Prentice Hall. D. Textbook of work Physiology . Decision Making.Pheasant. Use of simulation and prototypes. task analysis techniques. 4. H.. Human Factors in Lighting . Unit III Future Systems.Astrand. P. Unemployment. Tools and Equaipment Design. London. Hlcomb Hathaway. P roduct Design an d Evaluation. Human omputer Interaction. Unit IV Case Studies .Clark. AZ. Anthropometry. K. Taylor & Francis..S. 7. Stephan A. 8. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Design ing f or manufacture and maintenance. Unit II Application of Ergonomics Principles. Scientific Mangement. cells Shift work. References Books : 1. A Set of case studies will be used to demonstrate how ernomics has lead to changes in work activity. Human Information Processing.O.. Product Evaluation Experimental Design. Introdution new technoogy Questionaire design and assessemnt. & Corlett. Reading. Problem Solving. Johnso. Ergonomics and Design. The Practice and Management of Induatrial Ergonomics . Rotation. accidient Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Industrial Ergonomics . New Technolo gy.Sanders. London. Ergonomics : Man in his working environment . Case studies will include advanced computer applications. Usability. Human Factors in engineering and design .) 7th & 8th Semester ME . Basic Principles of Ergonomics. Work design . safety and product design. P. Champan & Hall.Anthropometry. service or computer application. M. 2. Taylor & Francis. Ergonomics atwork. Displays. T. Navigation. F. W orkplace Design and Assessement. 6 ed. London. Measurement of human error & risk.Maharshi Dayanand University 43 44 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. New York The Ergonomics of Worksaces and Machines : A design manual . Anthropometry Practical.R. Enrichment. Questionnaire and Interview Design. Perception.Alexander. Unit I analysis and industrial inspection.Mc Graw Hill.S. 3. Bodyspace . Memory. E. Scottsdale. Input/ Output technology. : 3 hrs. 6. Cognitive Ergonomics. Health and Safety Legislation and Ergonomics. New York. Oborne D Wiley.444 E ERGONOMICS AND WORK PLACE DESIGN L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. Posture and Health. Man.Murrell.Boyce. Students will be required to aply the principles to a real life ergonomic design as applied to a product. controls and HMI. K. Job Design.N.Knoz. Englewood Cliffs. 2. . NJ.

advantages and applications. Pandey. accuracy. economics. surface finish. dielectric fluids. advantages and disadvantages.S. Machining Science . Unit II Electrochemical and Chemical Metal Removal Processes . Shan. equipments for D. Unit III Thermal Metal Removal Process : Electric Discharge Machining (EDM) or Spark erosion machining processes. material removal. applications. Marcel Dekker Advanced Methods of Machining . electrode feed control. process details.Jet cutting equaipments. Tata McGraw Hill. surface finish. Modern Machining Proesses . Non Traditional Manufacturing Processes .Elements of process.C. machine tool selection aplications Wire cut EDM. advantages and limitations. effect of parameters. rocess apacities and limitations. Chapman and Hall. accuracy.Ghosh and Malik. a pplications. selction of electrode material. chemistry of the process. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions.Elements of ECM process. Electrochemsical Grinding .Generation and control of electron beam. Unit IV Plasma Arc Machining (PAM : Plasma non thermal generation of plasma.West Press.Apparatus. mechanism of metal removal.Mc Geongh J. metalurgical effects. mecahnism of metal reoval.C. theory of electron beam machining. References Books : 1. electrodes for spark erosion. ad vanta ges. limitations of the process. metal removal rate. advantages.P. plasma torch unit. Laser beam machining (LBM) . Unit I Mechanical Processes : Ultrasonic Machining . tool electrode design. Electrochemical Machining . flushing.F. 2. PAM parameters. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. . H. economic considetarions. limitatio ns. : 3 hrs. tool work gap.A. Affiliated East . machining acuracy. 2. other applications of plasma jets. cutting tool system design. safety precautions. spark erosion generators. Abrasive Jet Machining . Text Books :1.446E MODERN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. cutting spped and accuracy of cut. Electron Beam Machining (EBM) . applications.Benedict G. surface finish and other work material characteristics eon omics.Material removal.) 7th & 8th Semester ME .Maharshi Dayanand University 45 46 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg.

Throttling by wire. : 3 hrs. . Advanced lead acid batteries.SAE International Pubication 3. Variable Value Timing. Camless engine actuation. Unit IV 42 Volt System : Need benefits. Electrical assist steerings by wire. 6. Electric and Hybrid Electric vehicle by Ronald K. Semi-active suspension system. Deep discharge and rapid charging ultra capacitors. Direct fuel injection Gasoline engine Diesel particulate emision control.SAE International Publication.SAE International Publication. Unit III X-By Wire Technology : What is X-By Wire . Unit II Fuel cell Technology for Vehicle : What is fuel cell. Use of actuators in an automobile environment. Benefits. Crucial issues facing the industryand approaches to meet tese challenges. Johnson . 4. Fuel Cell Technologies for Vehicles by Richard Stobart . Use of Automotive micro controllers Types of censors.SAE Hardbound papers. Note : In the semester examination the examiner will set eight questions in all. Advanced Vehi cle Technologie s by Heisler . Objectives and Advantages of hybrid systems. at least one question from each unit & students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Regenerative Brajking. 42 Volt system by Daniel J. Development of new energy storage systems. Advantage over hydraulic systems. Diesel Particulate Emission by J. Brake by wire. Unit III Latest Engine Technology Features : Advantages in dieselengine technology. Power Assist. 5. Jugen. Unit IV Vehicles System : Constantly Variables Transmission. Method used to ef fect variable Valve Timing. Electric Braking. Advantages over power Braking System. Unit I Unit IV Integrated Staeter Alternator : tarts stop operation. 7.) 7th & 8th Semester ME . Traction and Stability control . Lithium batteries.H. Type of fuel cell Advantages of fuel cell. Advantages of flly active suspension system. Potential and challenges Advantages and disadvantages of hydrogen fuel.448E EMERGING AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGIES L T P 3 1 Sessional : 50 Marks Theory :100 Marks Total : 150 Duration of Exam. Alkaline batteries.Maharshi Dayanand University 47 48 Syllabus BE (Mechanical Engg. technological evolution that will occur as a result of the adoption of 42 cvolt systems. Techn ology Implication s f or the Automot ive Indu stry. Text & Refrence Books :1.SAE Hardbound papers. potentials and hallenges. Current status.SAE Hardbound papers. Advantages of Steering by wire. Futute developments and Prospetus of Hybrid Vehicles. Current state of the technology. Unit V Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles : Types of hybrid system.SAE Hardbound Papers. The Future of the Automotive Industry : Challenges and Concepts for the 21 st century . Electromagnetic Valves. 2. Holt . Electric steering and suspension systems.

Findings and Conclusionl. avoidance of choppy and rambling sentences. 4. the common run of such tests as CAT. all of a sudden.D. sequencing of ideas). Longman. sequence of tenses. They. Without sound language skills and its semantic-syntactic know how. Orient Longman. Working with words by R. Graver. Delhi. tense. A Practical English Grammar by A. The real challenge before the students starts swhen they corss the threshold of the college after completing their degree. Ltd. Cambridge University Press. : 3 hrs. ill. . Structural Essentials of english by H. and no professional education can afford to overlook this aspect. A guide to Correct English by L.A. Word Punctuation. Sudha Publication Pvt. Sudha Publication Pvt. New Delhi. Parallelism. 6. interviews. voice and subject. synonyms and homonyms. Sanding : 1. mood. discussion on topics of contemporary relevance.etmological roots. Sentence errors-agreement between verb and subject. A Practical Guide to Colloquial Idom by W. Maison. Foundation Books (Cambridge University Press. 5. New Delhi. Sentence-constructions (unity. Unit III Punctuation and Machanics : End Punctuation. Shifts in point of view-consistency of number and person. London. Public Speaking. spelling : words often confused.. Commonly used foreign words and phrases. Unit II Vocabulary : Methods of bulding vocabulary. conciseness. Illustration and Inductive Logic. Deff/ Jones. logic and consistency.LANGUAGE SKILLS FOR ENGINEERS Class Work : 50 Marks Exam : 80 Marks Practical/Presentation : 20 Marks Total :150 Marks Duration of Exam. Martinet. through various entrance test and interviews. Course Content : Unit I Remedial English : Parts to speech. Delhi. GMAT etc. Oxford. Internal Punctuation. find themselves competing for job/P. Longman. Thomson and A.Maharshi Dayanand University 49 50 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester ELECTIVE PAPERS FOR BE 7th & 8th SEMESTER HUM-451-E L T P 4 .J. 2. Deduction and Analogy. Redman. Ommissions and mixed constructions. Delhi. OUP. Gerunds. Ltd. New Delhi. problems involving modifiers (dangling and misplaced modifiers). And in the context of LPG.J. one word substitutes. Degrees. The course would expose students to almost all variety of items. 8. Verbal ability forms a major portion of these tests. prefixes and suffixes. this cutting edge comptence becomes imperative. Advanced English Practice by B. Group Discussion.V. 9. pronoun and antecedents. 10. verbal idioms. With this difficulty of students in mind. Unit IV Comprehension :Abstracting : Summarising : Observations. Participles and infinitives. Examine your English by Margaret M. Ball. the students with engineering background find themselves almost under-prepared for such tests. 7.whitehall. OUP. Clauses.G. this course is proposed to make them technically proficient in handling the language skills required in comptitive exams. Meanings into Words-Upper Intermediate Students Book. 3. Gairns and s. Unit V Presentation: Oral presentation-Extempore.

Introductory University Optics by John Beynon. Ruby Laser. Objective Type) like CATG-MAT etc. (B) Practical (Presentation) : There will be an oral test carrying 20 marks. Transient Popultion Inversions. Ghatak (TMH) NOTE: Eight questions will be set and students will be required to attempt any five questions in all. Unit-V will be covered in this test. Excitation of Pumping Threshold Requirements. Laser Fundamentals by William T. Inversions and two-level systems. Press.K. . Development and Growth of a Laser Beam.. as far as the units I. Concept of coherenceSpecial and temporal. Conditions for Producing Laser. Unit-IV 20 Marks The question from this unit will test comprehension competence (in the form of various elements mentioned in the unit) of text given. 2.e. III and IV are concerned. Unit-I. Laser-B. The questions may be in the form of multiple choices.e. : 3 hrs. Gain and Gain saturation. Hence. there is no need to include this unit in theory exam. Threshold Requirement for a Laser. There hours for a groupo of 15 students are required for this test. LASER TECHNOLOGY Class Work : 50 Marks Exam : 100 Marks Total :150 Marks Duration of Exam. II. factors effecting population inversion Laser Amplifiers. English coefficient. The presentation part of section i. Co2 Laser. A panel of examiners appointed by the University will evaluate the presentation.B. steady-state inversons and three and four-level systems. and 10 marks respectively. Population Inversions.Maharshi Dayanand University 51 52 PHY-453-E L T P 4 . II. Helium-Neon Laser. 10 Marks respectively) The first section of the question paper will have 110 objective type questions with no choice at all. 20. Specific excitation Parameters Associated with Optical and Particle pumping. (i. Optics-A. fill-in-theblank. Silfvast Cambridge University. Test can be in the form of aqny of the activities mentioned in the Unit-V. III : (30. Saturation intensity. choose the right alternative. supply the right word/choice. Recommended Books : 1.- Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester Scheme of Examination : (A) Theoritical : The pattern of the exam would be more or less like the pattern of the competitive exams. Exponential growth factor. All questions will carry equal marks. Pumping Pathways. do as directed etc. Semiconductor diode Laser. 20. 4. II. (PHI) 3. III) of the syllabus and would carry 30. Laud. These 110 (60 + 40 + 10) questions will converall the first three units (I.

2000. Matrix representation of 3-D Transformations. Computer Graphics Secrets and Solutions by Corrign Joh. sytherland -cohen algorithm. Krishanmurthy T. BPB. Unit-VI Illuminations. Spline curves. viewports. rotation. Computer Graphics Applications. Unit-IV Hidden surface removal : Introduction to hidden surface removal.. Rogers. What is an image? Filtering. 3. Unit-II Two/Three Dimensional Viewing : The 2-D viewing pipeline.H. coordinate systems. 1999. Graphics. scaling. geometric transformation of images. Computer graphics HArdware and Software. Introduction to Computer Graphics :What is Computer Graphics. 1999. 6.M. 2001 T. Fundamentals of 3 Dimensional Computer Graphics by Alan Watt. area subdivision algorithm. Introduction to Computer Graphics by N.Maharshi Dayanand University 53 Class Work : 50 Marks Exam : 100 Marks Total :150 Marks Duration of Exam. 4. Polygon filling algorithm. windows. Bezier curve. Parametric representation of surfaces. The Z buffer algorithm. Filled area algorithms : Scanline. Unit-III Viewing in 3D : Pojections. Pauline Baker. Breenham’s circle drawing. . GUI. B. image missing. 5. Stevan K Feiner and Johb f. 2002. Andeies van Dam.- COMPUTER GRAPHICS Unit-V Representing Curves and Surfaces : Parametric representation of curves. interpolation method. Polygon Clipping Algorithm : Sutherland -Hodgeman polygon clipping algorithm.H. 2nd Edition. BPV. the mathematics of planner geometric projections. Unit-I 54 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester CSE-303-E L T P 3 . Composition of 3-D transformation. PHI. Hughes. : 3 hrs. image manipulation : Illumination models. Two dimensional graphics primitives: Points and Lines. Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics-David F. Second Edition. Unit-VII Computer Graphics Principles an Practices second edition by James D. 1994. Standard Publ. types of projections. clipping line (algorithms) : -4 bit code algorithm. reflection. Clipping. Students will be required to attempt five questions in all. Addision Wesley. boundary filled algorithm. shading modals for polygone. Line drawing algorithms : DDA. Three dinesional transformations : Three dimensional graphics concept. Addision Wesley. Foley. Bresenham’s Circle drawing algorithms : Using Polar coordinates. window to view port mapping. shading. transparency. 2. Reference Books : 1. Two dimensional transformations : transformations. translation.M. parametric line clipping algorithm (Cyrus Beck). composite transformation. point. Games & Multimedia Projects in C by Pilania & Mahendra. Note : Eight questions will be set in all by the examiners taking at least one question from each unit. computer Graphics by Donald Hearn and M. shadows. scanline algorithm. Computer Graphics : Secrets and Solutions by corrign Joh. mid point circle drawing algorithm.

(Asian Publishers. Rehabilitation of Sick Mills. Technical. : 3 Hrs. UNIT-II Ownership and Location of Industrial Units Different forms of Industrial Organisation. Cultural factors in developing entrepreneurship. Policies and procedures. Allahabad). Raw Material. Government measures for the promotion of small scale industries with special reference to Haryana. Causes of under . Banker & Small Scale Industries. Environment and Entrepreneur . qualities of a good entrepreneur. 4. Emerging Trends in Ent repreneurship Development Theories & Practices . (Asian Publishers. Power. definition and functions of an entrepreneur. New Delhi). 3. Banks and under writing of capital issues. Entrepreneurship & Growth of Enterprise in Industrial Estates . finance.z .Tandon B. UNIT-I Promotion of Entrepreneurship Meaning.Kuchhal S. Under-utilization of capacity. Process of preparing project reports. Brief description about the role of other financial agencies viz.Singh P. Theories of Industrial location. (Chaitanya. Marketing Uncertainties and risk.C.utilization.C. UNIT-IV Financing of Small Industries Importance and need : Commercial Banks and term lending in India. NOTE: Eight questions are to be set atleast one question from each unit and the students will have to attempt five questions in all. Unit Trust of India. UNIT-III Size of Firm and Pricing Concept of optimum firm. UNIT-VI Government and Business (a) Highlights of Industrial Policy and Licensing Policy.Maharshi Dayanand University 55 Class Work : 50 Marks 56 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester HUM-455-E L 3 T 1 P - ENTREPRENEURSHIP UNIT-V Problems Faced by Small Enterprises Problems connected with Marketing. Industrial Finance Corporation of India. factors determining Optimum size. Industrial Development Bank of India. Pricing Methods. New Delhi) 2. Theory: 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam. Entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship of Small Scale Industries . The Industrial Economy of India . Management of New Products. (b) International Marketing with special reference to export documentation. 6. New Delhi) 5.Deshpande manohar D. Role of Entrepreneur in economic development. Managerial.Bhattacharya Hrisnikes. State Financial Corporation.Narendra (International Founder. Recommended Books : 1.Rao Gangadhara.

8. Sir Issac Pitman & Sons Ltd. Orders. Quotations.. Effective Letters in Business by Robert by C. U. Sharma & Krishna Mohan. Notes. claim and adjustment letters. General and Business English by Sweet Stephen. Proposal Formats. Inc. Delhi.format. 6. covering all the units. One question will cover the theoretical aspect of business letter writing and will carry 10 marks. Orient Longman. Application Letters for vacant situations with emphasis on Resumes and Curriculum Vitae. Cambridge University Press.W. Sides. International Business English by Leo Jones & Richard Alexander. Tenders.S. Credit and Collection letters. 2. 7. Business Correspondence and Report Writing by R. John Wiley and Sons. The other question will be on writing the letter . The inevitability of introducing this course to Engineering students is embodied in that it has comparatively a high concentration of certain complex writing techniques and procedures. Cambridge University Press. Written Communication in English by Sarah Freeman.C. Ltd. Function. New Delhi. English Business Letters by F. SCHEME OF EXAMINATION: There will be six questions in all. Typical Business Reports. Sales letters. Charles H. COURSE CONTENT: Unit-I Business correspondence: Characteristics and Formats of Business letter. Business Communication: Process & Product by Hary Ellen Guffey. It focuses on writing skills and strategies for specific purposes. There will be two questions from this unit. Pattern and formats of Reports. Advertising Strategy and its objective.C. Unit-II Business Reports and Proposals: Importance. Writing problem-Solving Proposals Executive Summary Proposals and project Proposals. E-mail and Netiquette . Ramesh and C. and Formal Reports. Unit-IV Public Relations and Advertising Documents: Press Releases. New Delhi. style and tone. Pattanshetti. 3. Susan Stevenson/ Steve Whitmore. R. London. Anncree.. Cincinnati. Shruter. Agenda and Minutes of Meeting. Unit-I 30 Marks The course proposes to help students develop business and technical communication competence. Report Organisation and Presentation. Designing of Classified and Display Advertising copies. Chand & Co.- BUSINESS COMMUNICATION Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs SUGGESTED READING: 1.Strategies for Engineering communication. Orient Longman. 10. New Delhi. Wing & D. Tata Macgraw Hill.. IV Edition. How to Write and Present Technical Information.Maharshi Dayanand University 57 58 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester HUM-452-E L T P 4 . 9. 4. Effective Business English and Correspondence by M. Unit-III Meetings: Writing of Memorandum.K. 5. Tata Macgraw Hill Publication. Printed in India by Replika Press Pvt. South-Western College Publishing. All questions will be compulsory and will have enough internal choice. Public Service Announcements.

CPU registers. I/p port expansion. Timer2 scalar initialization. Intel hex format object files. Debugging. Synchronous serial port module. Architecture and pipelining. There will be enough choice taking care of the justice to be given to both the aspects of the report writing. microcontrollers memory types. High level languages. . External interrupts and timers. One part will be on theory and will be of 5marks and the other will require the drafting an advertisement copy of a product or service or a public announcement and will carry 15 marks. i/o pins. IntService Interrupt service routine. microcontrollers features : clocking. There will be enough choice taking care of the justice to be given to both the aspects of the letter writing. Addressing modes. Unit-IV 20 Marks There will be one question having two parts. peripherals. One question will cover the theoretical aspect of report/proposal writing and will carry 15 marks. Interpreters. simple operations. UNIT 2 : MICROCONTROLLER ARCHITECTURE: Introduction to PIC microcontrollers. Unit-II 35 Marks EMBEDDED SYSTEMS DESIGN Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. loop time subroutine. The question can be split into parts. Processor Architectures: Harvard V/S Princeton . CISC V/S RISC. There will be two questions from this unit. Serial pheriphal device. program memory considerations. Unit-III 15 Marks UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION: Different types of microcontrollers: Embedded microcontrollers. interrupts. Assembly language programming style. UART. Instruction set.Maharshi Dayanand University 59 60 IC-403-E L T P 3 1 - Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester in a proper format on a subject given and will be of 20 marks. UNIT 3 : INTERRUPTS AND I/O PORTS: Interrupt logic. O/p port Expansion. The other question will be on preparing the report/proposal on a topic/subject given and will be of 20 marks. timers. UNIT 4 : SOFTWARE: Development tools/ environments. There will be a question on theoretical aspects of the various items of this unit or students can be asked to draft a specimen of any of these from the material given in the exam. External memory microcontrollers.

Loop control. 3. Aircraft Demonstration. TMH. structured representations. Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++ : Michael Barr. Pressure Sensor. Memory mapped I/O. & DISTR. history & applications: AI as representation and search the predicate calculus inference rules. admissibility monotonicity and informed ness heuristics in games. Introduction to Artificial intelligence: Scope. strategies for space search. History basic concepts. Mouse wheel turning. Timer Interrupts. Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller : Predko . 1. Wolf.SHROFF PUB. ND. ND. higher order functions & procedural abstraction. Magnetic Field Sensor. Subroutines. network representation language. TEXT BOOK: 1. Goat and cabbage problem. LISP and PROLOG: Knowledge representation languages issues in knowledge representation. problem areas addressed by ES. 4. 2. ultra sonic distance measuring. Peatman . Design with PIC Microcontrollers by John B. Temperature Sensor. 3. Expert systems: Introduction. Heuristic Search: An algorithm for heuristic search. 2. Search in LISP: a functional approach to the farmer. types of . structures and strategies for state space search graph theory. using state space to represent reasoning with the predicate calculus. control and implementation of state space search recursion based search. complexity issues. CONTENTS CSE-451 E L T P 3 1 - AI AND EXPERT SYSTEMS Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3Hrs. predicate calculus and planning the black board architecture for problems solving. P W M motor control. pattern directed search. Stack operation. Production systems. Pearson. ES success factors. Bit addressing. & DISTR. introduction to LISP. Oscillators. REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. search strategies in LIPS. state machines.Maharshi Dayanand University 61 62 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester UNIT 5 : PROGRAMMING WITH MICROCONTROLLERS: Arithmetic operations. UNIT 6 : DESINING USING MICROCONTROLLERS: Music box. SHROFF PUB. RAM direct addressing. structure of expert systems. Logic based financial advisor. Designing Embedded Hardware : John Catsoulis . the human element in ES how ES works.

analyzing coding. TEXT BOOKS 1.F. phases I. Tata Mc. Artificial Intelligence. identify dominant and trade of criteria. systems approach. Unit-2: Information Technology : A manager's overview. knowledge engineering.Rich and Knight. . societal impacts reasoning in artificial intelligence. computer hardware & software. set systems objects. Expert systems. determine information needs determine information sources. define the sub systems. document the detailed design revisit the manager user. hardware and tools propose an organization to operate the system. managerial overviews. G. Unit-4 : Detailed system design : Inform and involve the organization. Efrain Turban and Jay E Aranson: Decision support systems & intelligent systems (5th Edn. with frames: model based reasoning. sketch the detailed operating sub systems and information flow. . develop alternative conceptual design and select one document the system concept. V. III. early system testing. intelligent agents. scope of knowledge. MIS organization within company. selecting an appropriate knowledge acquisition method.A Stubble Field -Artificial Intelligence structures and Strategies for complex problem solving. RDBMS and Telecommunication. 3 rd Edn. project management of MIS detailed design . Addision Wesley 1998. DBMS. establish system constraints. prepare the conceptual design report. Decision support and decision making systems. Graw Hill Publishing. explanation & meta knowledge inference with uncertainty representing uncertainty probabilities and related approaches. Unit-3: Conceptual system design : Define the problems. difficulties. E. 1998.II. II. IT-471 E L 4 T - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM P Class Work : 50 Exam : 100 Total : 150 Duration of Exam: 3 Hrs. 2. Management information and the systems approach. ES and the internet interacts web. 1981. inform and involve the organization again. inputs outputs and processing. the development life cycle. the systems view of business. aim of detailed design. Second Edn. Donald A Waterman: A Guide to expert Systems. case based rezoning. determine the degree of automation of each operation. Luger & W. software. Addison Wesley 1995 3. 4.) Prentice hall. knowledge acquisition form multiple experts validation and verification of the knowledge base. VI the future of expert system development process societal impacts. documenting & diagramming. inference with rules. Unit-1: Foundation of Information System: Introduction to Information System and MIS. machine learning. IV. in knowledge acquisition methods of knowledge acquisition. theory of certainty (certainty factors) Qualitative reasoning.Maharshi Dayanand University 63 64 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester expert systems. 5.

Semiconductor Nanoparticles. develop forms for data collection and information dissemination. Nanoscale Biostructure Electronics. 2002. computer related acquisitions. develop procedures for implementation. & Biosystem. Magnets. S. Procurement Management System. Pitfalls in MIS development . cut-over.Maharshi Dayanand University 65 66 PHY-151-E Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester NANO TECHNOLOGY P Theory : 100 Marks Class work : 50 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam : 3 hours Unit-5 : Implementation evaluation and maintenance of the MIS: Plan the implementation.Robert G. E-Beam Llthography. Polymerization Nanobricks and Building blocks: Tools for Measuring Nanostructures . Jawadekar. • Information System for Modern Management (3rd edition). Dip Pen Lithography. train the operating personnel. Text Books: • Management Information System by W. Carbon Nanotubes. document the system. Loel E. PHI Reference books: • Management Information System. Claggett. McGraw Hill Note: Eight questions will be set in all by the examiners taking at least one question from each unit. Election Microscope Tools to Make Nanostructure. L 3 T 2 UNIT 1 INTRODUCTION TO NANOTECH Crystalline-Non crystalline materials. acquire floor space and plan space layouts. C R M .Scanning Probe Instrument. Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Ideas in Nanotechnology. Ross & James R. Tata McGraw Hill. . organize for implementation. TMH • Management Information System by Davis Olson Mac Graw Hill • Management Information System by Stasllings. Alter Addison Wesley • Introduction to Information System. develop the files test the system. Spectroscopy. UNIT 3 PROPERTIES & APPLICATION O F NANO CRYSTALLINE MATERIALS Application in Sensors. Electrochemistry. Llthography. Heterogenous Nanostructure and composites En Capsulation. Murdick. evaluate the MIS control and maintain the system. Optics. UNIT 2 PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOPARTICLES Nanoscale Lithography. Nanosphere Life off. Smart Materials . a Management Perspective. O Brian. Nanoscale Crystal Growth. Fundamental of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Metals. Fabrication Biomedical Applications. Supply Chain Management. Students will be required to attempt five questions in all. other Materials.(Maxwell Mc Millman Publishers) • Information System.Self Healing Structures. Unit-6: Advanced Concepts in Information Systems Enterprise Resources Management(ERP). Molecular Synthesis. Molecular Recognition.

audio compression & decompression. JPEG predictive lossless coding. Bust and Nano Tech. JPEG predictive lossless coding. multimedia presentation and authoring. Unit-1: Basics of Multimedia Technology : Computers. framework for multimedia systems. MPEG Audio. PNG etc. JPEG statistical coding. time domain sampled representation.P. Mcgraw Hill. Note : The question paper will contain 8 questions in all. JPEG-DCT encoding and quantization. vector graphics. method of encoding the analog signals. morphing. Daniel Ratner . Unit-2 : Image Compression & Standards : Making still images. internet. R. TIFF. JPEG performance. At the most one question will be set from each section. Processing of Nanomaterials Nanobusiness . Nanomaterials synthesis. Prentice Hall.A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea. multimedia devices. Madou. fourier method. The student will be required to answer any five. brief survey of speech recognition and generation. 3D drawing and rendering. A Guide to material characterization. stereophonic & quadraphonic signal processing. shading. overview of other image file formats as GIF. 3. Sibelia. JPEG statistical coding.NanoTechnology . . CD.Audio.. JPEG-objectives and architecture. communication and entertainment. properties and application Institute of Physics Publication 2. subband coding. CD-I.Maharshi Dayanand University 67 68 IT-204 E L 3 T 1 P - Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester UNIT 4 Synthesis of semiconductor Nanoclusters. multimedia an introduction. Fundamentals of microfabrication. J. presentation devices and the user interface. animation techniques. Unit-3: Audio & Video : Digital representation of sound. digital audio signal processing.C. vector drawing. transmission of digital sound. Camarata. LANs and multimedia. CD-ROM. edition sampled sound. Mark Ratner.Boom. Multimedia Technologies Class Work : 50 Exam : 100 Total : 150 Duration of Exam : 3 Hrs. NanoEthics REFERENCES: 1. scanning images. computer color models. World Wide Web & multimedia distribution network-ATM & ADSL. editing and capturing images. color palettes. professional development tools. 4. anti aliasing. JPEG-DCT encoding & quantization. video on demand. BMP. 3D graphics programs. multimedia servers & databases.

Description of Spike Filter (software-based). intelligent instrumentation system. 1. Note : Eight questions will be set in all by the examiners taking at least one question from each unit. Drift. components of intelligent instrumentation system. features characterizing intelligence. Standards for smart sensor interface. OP-AMP based Voltage-to-current converter. Cross-sensitivity). Signal multiplication. Compensation (Nonlinearty: look up table method. 1997. • Multimedia Systems by Koegel. Lozano. cubic spline interpolation. : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of exam. Voltage-tofrequency conversion. Voltage follower (preamplifier). Signal filtering (outputs from ideal filters. Information Coding/ Processing. Phase-locked loop. SIGNAL PROCESSING. desktop virtual reality. intelligent VR software systems. digital video and image compression. 1997. Current loop transmission. OP-AMP based. Data Communication. time base media representation and delivery. voltage comparator. Instrumentation Amplifier (circuit diagram. 1995. PHI. Excitatio n. Tay Vaughan. AWL • Multimedia Making it Work by Vaughar. high CMRR & other features). fifth edition.Maharshi Dayanand University 69 70 IC-455-E Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester INTELLIGENT INSTRUMENTATION FOR ENGINEERS audio synthesis. Response time.Que. 2001.F. active analog filters). VR operating system. Noise & interference. : 3 hrs. Signal integration. (Que) Reference Books: • Multimedia: Production. Unit-4 : Virtual Reality: Applications of multimedia. Text Books: • An introduction. Buford. Currentto-voltage conversion. Multimedia Mc Milan.- Sessionals : 50 Marks Exam.AW. DVI technology. Block diagram of an intelligent instrumentation system. outputs from constant-k filters. Shielding. Approximation & regression. Villamil & Molina. • Multimedia Systems by John . polygon interpolation. Students will be required to attempt five questions in all.PHI. • Multimedia Communications by Halsall & Fred. L T P 3 . Signal addition. Koegel. Signal Transmission (Signal amplification. etl. planning and delivery. SMART SENSORS: Primary se nsors. matching of filter sections. 3. virtual environment displays and orientation making. Applications of environment in various fields. Sinclair. Wadsworth Publ. • Multimedia in Practice by Jeff coate Judith.BPB • Multimedia: Making it work. 1994. MANIPULATION AND TRANSMISSION: Signal amplification & attenuation (OPAMP based). TMH.. INTRODUCTION : Intelligence. intelligent multimedia system. • Multimedia in Action by James E Shuman. 2001. features of intelligent instrumentation. polynomial interpolation. 1997 • Multimedia on the PC.). Signal Linearization (different types such as Diode-resistor combination. Fiber optic transmission). musical instrument digital interface. visually coupled system requirements. . Villamil & Molina. 2. etc. 1997 • multimedia: Sound & Video. MPEG motion video compression standard. Bias Removal.

Definition of human resource management. Importance of training and development. types of morale morale and productivity. HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam. 5. mechanical approach towards personnel. Students will be required to attempt any five questions. 1999. Barney. Delhi: PHI. Meaning and importance of placement.standard methods. Key forces affecting Organisational Behaviour.C. Thin film sensors). purpose and method. Unit-I : Understanding Organisational Behaviour Definition. process of human resource planning.. In the semester exam.. A/D converter. 2. Film sensors (Thick film sensors. N. Semiconductor IC technology . RECENT TRENDS IN SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES : Introduction. D. will not be allowed. Mc Greger's Theory Herzberg's theory. Theories of Motivation. Psychological tests and interviewing. Barriers in communication. Management development its nature. Ltd. Social system approach. Data transfer control. 1985. Methods of recruitment. INTERFACING INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS : Basic issues of interfacing. However. Meaning and techniques of induction. 2. D/A converter. Evaluation of morale.Maharshi Dayanand University 71 72 HUM-453-E L T P 4 . Address decoding.. the examiner will set 8 questions in all covering the entire syllabus. Delhi: PHI Pvt. Principles of Measurement & Instrumentation. Unit-V Importance of human resources in industry. Patranabis. TEXT BOOK: 1. Morris. Use of scientific calculator will be allowed in the Exam. Factors affecting morale. N. 2. Other interface considerations. Roman Kuc.: 3 Hrs. . Co. Alan S. REFERENCE BOOK: 1. programmable calculator & cellular phone etc. Unit-IV : Leadership Definition & importance. Paternalism. Maslow's theory. Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall. Unit-III : Communication Definition & importance of Communcation. Unit-II : Motivation Meaning. Microelectro-mechanical systems (Micro-machining. York: McGraw-Hill Pub. G. Training and development : Concepts of training and development. pager. NOTES: 1. Goals of Organisational behaviour. 2003. Sample & hold circuit. Morale : Meaning. Nature of leadership various approaches to leadership styles. Nano-sensors. Sensors & Transducers N. some application examples). Formal & informal communication.- Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester 4. Introduction to Digital Signal Processing. Fundamental Concepts of Organisational Behaviour. Intelligent Instruments. Unit-VI Need for human resource planning. Objectives and importance of motivation. improving morale.

Control measures. 6. T. Organisational Behaviour . Jaico Publishing House.M. Ltd. 2.: 3 Hrs. MGH International. Wage differentials.B. Personnel Management : V. Meaning. Hydrocarbons: Nature.G. L.C. aerated lagoons. Control measure. primary treatment. Principles of Personnel Management .: by Howard s. Aswathappa .Dr. control Carbon Monoxide: Source. Karnik.K.Maharshi Dayanand University 73 74 CH-453-E L T P 4 . sources and properties of solid waste. Sharma & R. . sources. Recommended Books : Text Books : 1. Reference Books : 1.Generation. Personnel Management : C. aolid waste management . secondary treatment .Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Solid Waste: Types. Peavy & Others. Axides of Sulphur and Nitrogen Sources.Edwin B. Causes of difference in Wages. Adwathappa. Human Resource and Personnel Management . harmful effects on human health. Elementary discussion on resource and energy recovery. effiuent standards. Elementary treatment of nuclear pollution. IV.J. UASB). Methods of wage payment. Organizational Behaviour . 7. Personnel Management & Industrial Relations : Dr. Waster Water & its treatment Processes:Waster-water characteristics.John W.C. Books Suggested: 1.D.control measures. Flippo (McGraw Hill).Arun Monappa & Mirza Saiyadain Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Environmental Engg. 1. Tata McGraw . Prasad (Sultan Chand & Sons). 8. roughing filter.aerobic (activated sludge. setting properties. III. POLLUTION AND CONTROL Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam. Note: Eight questions are to be set at least one question from each unit and the students will have to attempt five questions in all. New Delhi. Objectives. 2. Personnel management & Industrial Relation: Tripathi: Sultan Chand & Sons. Sharma S.N. rotating biological contactor) anaerobic (contact process.Hill Publishing Company Limited. 3. Types of wage differentials. Personnel Management . Publications.- Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester Unit-VII Significant factors affecting compensation. types of incentive plans. Personnel Management and Industrial Relations . trickling filter. Mamoria. Collection and techniques for ultimate disposal. effects on human health and plants. noise pollution their effects & control. mode of formation.K. Newsstorn & Keith Davis. Bhagoliwal : Sahitya Bhawan Agra. 5. Organisational Behaviour . Himalaya Publishing House. 4. II Air Pollution: Classification of air pollutants Particulates: Physical characteristics. metal pollution. 3. Wage incentives.

encoders. capacitive. optical. Air Pollution: auto focus camers. Metacaf . cams. vehicle suspensions. Wiley Eastern. Micro-sensors for various measurements. Meerut. Electrical actuation systems: Operational characteristic and application of electrical actuation . Sharma. piezoelectric. ratchet and prawl. Conceptual design. Mechatronics.C. Integrated approach for combining sensors. industrial robots.Waste-water engineering revised by George Teholonobus (TMH) 3.: 3 Hrs. Signal conditioning and data acquisition using computers. Perking . Consideration for choice of sensors for a given application.Maharshi Dayanand University 75 76 ME-451-E L T P 4 . Environmental Chemistry. ball screw and nut. beld and chains drive.kinematic chains. MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS Class Work : 50 Marks Theory : 100 Marks Total : 150 Marks Duration of Exam. resistive. computer and the product. washing machine. A. Environmental Chemistry by B.EDDY . AD and DA converters. Some examples . Goel Publishing. gear trains. ultrasonic types Silicon sensors.K. strain gage. Use of plus-in-cards and software for acquiring data from several sensors. UNIT 2 Classification of sensors of various type. electro-mechanical brakes. UNIT 1 Introduction to Mechatronics. Integrated design issues in Note: Eight questions will be set and students will be required to attempt five questions in all. air conditioning systems. 5.- Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester 2.K. actuators. 4. bearing. engine combustion control. etc. inductive. manufacturing machine. Possible design solutions.DE. etc. themistor.Mc Graw Hill. photodetectors. guideways. UNIT 3 Mechanical actuation systems .

Number systems. field effect transistors.Electronic control in mechanical & electrical engineering by W.Maharshi Dayanand University 77 78 Syllabus BE Electives Papers of 7th & 8th Semester components for application like. Use of suitable software languages for micro controllers and their applications in mechatronic systems. Real time interfacing between computers and measurement or control systems. Longman Indian Edn. Kolk Mechatronic system design. AC/DC motors. TMH Publ. 1999. UNIT 5 Sequence control. Open loop and closed loop control using PLC. 2. push buttons.B. internal relays and counters. Mechatronics and Measurement Systems by D. Mechatronic system design. Introduction to modeling and computer control of process and mechanical systems.Shetty and R. stepper motors. Programmable Logic Controlllers and applications: PLC structures. 3.G. bipolar junction transistor. Mechatronics . switches. Application of logic gates. relays. 2003. TEXT BOOKS: 1. solenoids etc. relay ladder diagrams for sequence control in processes and machines. and students will be required to attempt only 5 questions. Interfacing PLC with actuators. junction diode. Boston.. 2nd Edn.A. Timers. PWS Publ. PLC languages. . Smart transducers and transmitters. Op en systems interconnection models. NOTE: In the semester examination.Alciatore and M. by D. Sequencing of cylinders. programming of PLC using Mnemonics. UNIT 7 Communication systems Protocols. Co. UNIT 4 Introduction to semiconductor electronics. Combinational and sequential logic. Field buses. UNIT 6 Architecture of microprocessors and microcontrollers. 1997. the examiner will set 8 questions in all. digital logic.Bolton. Histand. Logic gates Boolean algebra.

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