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**T. E. (Mechanical) Structure (2008 Course)
**

With effect from 1une 2010

Teaching

Scheme Examination Scheme Code Subject

L P/D P TW Or Pr Total

Semester I

302041 Machine Design - I ** 4 2 100 50 150

302042 Heat TransIer 4 2 100 50 150

302043 Theory oI machines II 4 2 100 50 150

302044

Industrial Engineering &

Technology Management 4 100 100

302045

Computer Oriented Numerical

Methods 4 2 100 50 150

302046 Seminar *** 2 50 50

Total of First Semester 20 10 500 100 50 100 750

Semester II

302047 Machine Design II ** 4 2 100 50 150

311048 Metrology & Quality Control 4 2 100 25 125

302049 Turbo Machines 4 2 100 50 150

302050 Mechatronics 4 2 100 50 150

302051 ReIrigeration & Air Conditioning 4 2 100 25 125

311052 Workshop Practice II 2 50 50

Total of Second Semester 20 12 500 150 100 750

** Theory paper oI 4 hours duration.

*** The term work marks oI seminar shall be as mentioned in the syllabus

Legend : L Lecture

P/D Practical/ Drawing

P Paper

TW Term work

Or Oral

Pr Practical

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University of Pune, Pune

T E (Mechanical) Part I (2008 Course)

302041 MACHINE DESIGN - I

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Term work 50 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Shafts, Keys and Couplings 10

Shafts: Transmission shaIt, shaIt design on the basis oI strength and torsional rigidity,

A.S.M.E. code Ior shaIt design, shaIt design based on lateral rigidity, Castigliano`s

Theorem

Keys: Design oI sunk, saddle, tangent, Kennedy and round keys, design oI splines.

Couplings MuII coupling, Ilange coupling and Ilexible bushed pin coupling.

2 Power Screws 8

Forms oI threads, multiple start screws, torque analysis with square and trapezoidal

threads, selI-locking screw, collar Iriction torque, design oI power screw with square

and trapezoidal threads, design oI screw jack and C-clamp Design.

3 Threaded and Welded 1oints 8

Threaded joints:

Basic types oI screw Iastenings, cap screws and set screws, bolts oI uniIorm strength,

locking devices, I.S.O. metric screw threads, bolts under tension, eccentrically loaded

bolted joint in shear, eccentric load perpendicular and parallel to axis oI bolt, eccentric

load on base plate, torque requirement Ior bolt tightening, selection oI standard

Iasteners, design oI a turn buckle.

Welded joints:

Welding symbols, advantages and limitations oI welded joints, butt and Iillet welds,

stresses in butt and Iillet welds, strength oI butt, parallel and transverse Iillet welds,

axially loaded unsymmetrical welded joints, eccentric load in plane oI welds, welded

joints subjected to bending and torsional moments.

Section II

4 Design of Flywheel 10

Fundamental equation oI motion, torque analysis, SigniIicance oI turning moment

diagram Ior input and output shaIt, Fluctuation oI speed & energy, disk and rimmed

Ilywheels, stresses in Ilywheel rim and arms, design oI disc and rimmed Ilywheels Ior

various applications, standard dimensions oI Ilywheels.

5 Mechanical Springs 8

Types, applications and materials Ior springs, stress and deIlection equations Ior helical

compression springs, style oI ends, Design oI helical and tension springs, springs in

series and parallel, concentric helical springs, helical torsion springs, multi-leaI spring

(Theoretical Treatment only) Shot peening.

6 Belt and Rope Drives 8

Belt drive:

Materials and construction oI Ilat and V belts, geometric relationships Ior length oI belt,

power rating oI belts, concept oI slip & creep, initial tension, eIIect oI centriIugal Iorce,

maximum power condition, selection oI Ilat and V belts Irom manuIacturer`s catalogue,

belt tensioning methods, relative advantages and limitations oI Ilat and V belts,

construction and applications oI timing belts.

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Wire ropes:

Construction oI wire ropes, lay oI wire ropes, stresses in wire rope, selection oI wire

ropes, rope drum construction and design.

Term Work

Term work shall consist oI:

1. TWO design projects based on above units. Each design project shall consist oI two

halI imperial (A2) size sheets: one involves assembly drawing with a part list and

overall dimensions and other sheet involving drawings oI individual components.

ManuIacturing tolerances, surIace Iinish symbols and geometric tolerances should be

speciIied so as to make it working drawing. A design report giving all necessary

calculations oI the design oI components and assembly should be submitted in a

separate Iile.

Design projects should be in the Iorm oI Design oI Mechanical System` comprising oI

machine elements covered in the syllabus. Design data book shall be used wherever

necessary to achieve selection oI standard components.

2. Four home assignments based on above units.

Recommendation

One design project drawings should be done manually and one using any CAD

soItware

Reference Books

1. Shigley J.E. and Mischke C.R., 'Mechanical Engineering Design¨,McGraw Hill

Publication Co. Ltd.

2. Spotts M.F. and Shoup T.E. ,'Design oI Machine Elements¨ ,Prentice Hall

International.

3. Bhandari V.B ,'Design oI Machine Elements¨, Tata McGraw Hill Publication Co. Ltd.

4. Black P.H. and O. Eugene Adams ,'Machine Design¨,McGraw Hill Book Co. Inc.

5. Willium C. Orthwein,'Machine Components Design¨,West Publishing Co. and Jaico

Publications House.

6. 'Design Data¨,P.S.G. College oI Technology, Coimbatore.

7. Juvinal R.C,'Fundamentals oI Machine Components Design¨,John Wiley and Sons.

8. Hall A.S., Holowenko A.R. and Laughlin H.G,'Theory and Problems oI Machine

Design¨ , Schaum`s Outline Series.

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T E (Mechanical) Part I (2008 Course)

302042 HEAT TRANSFER

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Practical 50 Marks

Section I

1 Concepts and Mechanism of Heat Flow 10

Steady and unsteady state heat transIer, Modes oI heat transIer, their physical

mechanism, Laws oI heat transIer, thermal conductivity, variable thermal conductivity,

heat transIer coeIIicients, isotropic and an-isotropic materials, insulating materials.

electrical analogy oI heat transIer

Three dimensional heat conduction equation in Cartesian coordinates and its reduction

to Fourier, Poisson and Laplace equations. Three Boundary conditions (temperature,

heat Ilux and convection).Three dimensional heat conduction equations in cylindrical

and spherical coordinates (no derivation) and its reduction to one dimensional Iorm.

2 One dimensional steady state heat conduction 8

without heat generation in plane and composite wall, hollow cylinder, hollow sphere,

thermal contact resistance, critical thickness oI insulation on cylindrical and spherical

bodies

One dimensional steady state heat conduction with uniIorm internal heat generation in

plane wall, cylinder and sphere.

3 Extended Surfaces 8

Types oI Iins, governing equation Ior constant cross sectional area Iins, solution Ior

inIinitely long, short and adequately long (with insulated end) Iins. Fin eIIiciency, Iin

eIIectiveness, overall Iin eIIectiveness.

Unsteady state heat conduction: Biot number, Fourier number, time constant and

response oI thermocouple, validity and criteria oI lumped system analysis,

Section II

4 Thermal Radiation 10

Physics oI radiation, Black body radiation, Spectral and total emissive power, real and

gray surIaces, SteIan Boltzmann law, Radiation laws- Planks, Wiens, KirchoII`s and

Lamberts cosine law, irradiation and radiosity, SurIace absorption, reIlection and

transmission, emissivity, Radiation view Iactor, theorems oI view Iactor, radiation heat

exchange between two black and diIIuse gray surIaces, gas radiation, ray tracing and

energy balance method, radiation shield

5 Principle of Heat Convection 8

Mechanism oI natural and Iorced convection, local and average heat transIer

coeIIicients, convection boundary layers: velocity and temperature, dimensionless

numbers and their physical signiIicance, laminar and turbulent Ilow over bodies, Ilow

inside circular and non-circular ducts, natural convection over bodies, use oI empirical

correlations Ior Iorced and natural convection

6 Condensation and Boiling 8

Film wise, drop wise condensation, types oI boiling, pool boiling curve and Iorced

boiling phenomenon (No numerical treatment)

Heat Exchangers: ClassiIication oI heat exchangers, temperature distribution in

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parallel, counter Ilow arrangement, condenser and evaporator, overall heat transIer

coeIIicient, Iouling Iactor, Log-mean temperature diIIerence method and NTU-

eIIectiveness method oI analysis Ior rating and sizing oI heat exchangers, Design

criteria, practical applications oI heat exchangers, introduction to heat transIer

augmentation techniques.

Introduction to heat pipe

List of experiments

Any Eight Experiments (1-10) and one assignment (11-13) Irom the Iollowing list

1. Determination oI thermal conductivity oI metal rod

2. Determination oI thermal conductivity oI insulating powder

3. Determination oI thermal conductivity oI composite wall

4. Determination oI heat transIer coeIIicient in natural convection

5. Determination oI heat transIer coeIIicient in Iorced convection

6. Determination oI temperature distribution, Iin eIIiciency in natural / Iorced convection.

7. Determination oI emissivity oI a test surIace

8. Determination oI SteIan Boltzmann constant

9. Determination oI equivalent thermal conductivity oI heat pipe.

10.Study oI pool boiling phenomenon and determination oI critical heat Ilux.

11.Determination oI log-mean temperature diIIerence, overall heat transIer coeIIicient and

EIIectiveness oI heat exchanger in parallel and counter Ilow arrangement

12.One assignment to solve transient heat transIer problem using Heisler and Grober charts

13. One assignment on steady state heat transIer by using any soItware (preIerably CFD)/

Iinite diIIerence method

Reference Books :

1. J.P. Holman, Heat TransIer, VII Edition, McGraw Hill

2. Yunus A. Cengel, Heat TransIer A Practical Approach, Tata McGraw Hill

3. M. M. Rathore, Engineering Heat and Mass TransIer, 2

nd

Edition, Laxmi Publications,

New Delhi.

4. D. S. Kumar, Heat And Mass TransIer, S.K.Kataria & Sons,Delhi.

5. P. K. Nag, Heat TransIer, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd.,New Delhi.

6. Sukhatme S. P, A Text Book On Heat TransIer (1989) , III

rd

Edition, Orient Longmans

Ltd., New Delhi.

7. Chapman A.J., Fundamentals oI Heat TransIer, IV

th

Edition. John Wiley Inc.

8. M. Thirumalseshwar, Fundamentals oI Heat and Mass TransIer, Pearson Education.

9. Suryanarana N. V., Engineering Heat TransIer, Prenam International, Mumbai

10.Incropera and DeWitt, Fundamental oI Heat and Mass transIer, John Wiley Inc.

11.Ozisik M. N., Heat TransIer - A Basic Approach, McGraw Hill New York.

12.Kothandandarman C.P, Heat TransIer Data Book, New Age (I), New Delhi.

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T E (Mechanical) Part I (2008 Course)

302043 THEORY OF MACHINES -II

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Oral 50 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Friction Clutches , Brakes & Dynamometers 10

Friction :

Friction and types oI Iriction, laws oI Iriction, Friction in turning pairs, Friction circle,

Friction axis, Friction in 4 bars and single slider crank mechanism.

Friction clutches :

Pivot and Collar Iriction, Plate clutches, Cone clutch, CentriIugal clutch, Torque

transmitting capacity.

Brakes & dynamometers :

DiIIerent types oI brakes, Shoe brakes, External and internal shoe brakes, Block brakes,

Band brakes, Band and block brakes, Braking torques, DiIIerent types oI absorption and

transmission type dynamometers.

2 Cam & Followers 8

Types oI cams and Iollowers, analysis oI standard motions to the Iollower, determination

oI cam proIiles Ior given Iollower motions, analysis oI cams with speciIied contours-

circular arc cam, tangent cam, eccentric cam, Methods oI control : pressure angle, rdius oI

curvature and undercutting, Kinematically equivalent system, Jump phenomenon.

Introduction to advanced cam curves.

3 Gyroscopes and Introduction to Governors 8

Gyroscopes, concept oI gyroscopic action, gyroscopic couple, eIIect oI gyroscopic couple

on ship, aeroplanes, and vehicles.

Introduction to Governors, Types centriIugal governor (Watt, Porter, and Hartnell

governor only), controlling Iorce, governor eIIort and governor power with numerical

treatment, sensitivity, stability, isochronism and hunting, Iriction, insensitiveness. (No

Numerical Treatment)

Section II

4 Kinematics of Spur Gears 10

ClassiIication and applications oI gears, terminology oI gearing, law oI gearing, velocity

oI sliding, conjugate action, Iorms oI teeth, path oI contact, arc oI contact, interIerence,

undercutting, methods to avoid interIerence and undercutting, eIIect oI centre distance

variation, Iriction between gear teeth.

5 Kinematics of Helical, Bevel and Worm Gears 8

Helical gears :

Terminology, virtual number oI teeth, torque transmitted, spiral gears - terminology and

eIIiciency.

Worm gears & bevel gears :

Terminology, geometrical relationships, tooth Iorces, torque transmitted.

6 Inertia of Geared systems and Gear Trains 8

Inertia oI gear systems, types oI gear trains - simple, compound, reverted and epicyclic

gear trains, analysis oI epicyclic gear trains, torque on sun and planet gears, compound

epicyclic gear trains, bevel epicyclic gear trains.

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Term Work

The term work shall consist oI any eight oI the Iollowing experiments :

1. To measure torque transmitting capacity oI a Iriction clutch.

2. To measure the power transmitted by the dynamometer or power absorbed by the

brake.

3. To veriIy the cam jump phenomenon.

4. To draw cam proIiles Ior various types oI Iollower motions.

5. To determine the characteristic curves Ior centriIugal governor and to Iind its

coeIIicient oI insensitiveness and stability.

6. To study various types oI gearboxes such as: Industrial gear box, Synchromesh

gearbox, DiIIerential gearbox, or PIV gearbox.

7. To draw conjugate proIile Ior any general type oI gear tooth.

8. To generate involute gear tooth proIile and to study the eIIect oI undercutting and rack

shiIt using model.

9. To measure transmitted torque and holding torque oI a epicyclic gear train.

Reference Books

1. Hannah and Stephans, 'Mechanics oI Machines¨, Edward Arnolde Publication.

2. Beven T ,¨ Theory oI Machines¨, Longman Publication

3. Shigley J. E. and Uicker, J J, 'Theory oI Machines and Mechanisms¨, International

Edition, MacGraw Hill Inc.

4. Ballaney P. L. 'Theory oI Machines¨, Khanna Publications.

5. Jagdish Lal , 'Theory oI Machines ', Metrapolitan Book Co. Pvt. Ltd. N. Delhi.

6. Khurmi, R. S. and Gupta, J. K.¨ Theory oI Machines¨, Eurasia Publishing House (Pvt.)

Ltd., New Delhi.

7. A. Ghosh Malik, 'Theory oI Mechanism and Machines¨, East-West Pvt. Ltd.

8. S.S.Ratan 'Theory oI machine¨,Tata McGrawHill .

9. Dr.V.P.singh,¨Theory oI machine¨, Dhanpatrai and son.

10.C.S.Sharma & kamlesh Purohit,¨ Theory oI machine and mechanism¨,PHI.

11.David H. Myszka, ¨Machines and Mechanism¨, PHI..

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T. E. (Mechanical) Part I (2008 Course)

302044 INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 Hrs/ Week Theory 100 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Management Science 8

Basic concepts and Iunctions oI management, Contribution oI Taylor and Fayol to

scientiIic management, Motivation and Control, Maslow`s hierarchy oI needs,

Vroom`s expectancy theory, Leadership Styles, Contingency theory, Managerial grid.

Plant Locations, Layout and material Handling

Location: Importance and Iactors aIIecting plant location, Single and Multi-Iacility

location problems, Layout: Need, Importance, Objectives and Principles oI good plant

layout, Types oI layout and applications, Material Handling: Objectives, Iunctions,

principles oI material handling, Types oI material handling equipment and selection,

2 Productivity and Work study 8

Productivity: DeIinition and Types, Kinds oI Productivity measures, productivity

improvement methods.

Work Study: Introduction, Techniques oI work study, Method study procedure,

recording techniques, Principles oI motion economy, Micro-motion analysis, Work

measurement Time study, work/ activity sampling, Predetermined motion time

standards, Job evaluation and Merit rating Procedure and Methods.

3 Production Planning and Inventory Control 10

Introduction, Functions oI PPC, Forecasting models moving average, exponential

smoothing, Capacity planning, aggregate production planning cost computation Ior

pure and mixed strategies. Inventory control Purpose, types, Iunctions, basic EOQ,

saIety stock inventory control systems (Numerical treatment), selective control oI

inventory ABC, FMS, VED.

Project Management: PERT/ CPM, Cost accounting and control, elements oI cost,

depreciation, method Ior calculating depreciation, break even analysis, standard

costing, variance analysis, zero based budgeting.

Section II

4 Technology Management 8

Concept and meaning oI technology, evolution and growth oI technology, role and

signiIicance oI management and technology, impact oI technology on society and

business, Iorms oI technology, process technology, and product technology.

Competitive advantages through new technologies: Product development,- Irom

scientiIic breakthrough to marketable product role oI government in technology

development. Linkage between technology, development and competition, managing

research and development (R& D) Managing intellectual property.

5 Technological Forecasting and Assessment 8

Exploratory: Intuitive, extrapolation, growth curves, technology monitoring,

normative: relevance tree, morphological analysis, mission Ilow diagram

Technology Assessment: Technology choice, Technological leadership and Iollower

ship, technology acquisition, meaning oI innovation and creativity, innovation

management

6 Technology Strategy 10

Concepts, types, key principles, Iramework Ior Iormulating technology strategy,

technology Iorecasting: techniques and application, Technology DiIIusion and

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Absorption: Rate oI diIIusion, innovation time and innovation cost, speed oI diIIusion,

Project Management in adoption and implementation oI new technologies, technology

transIer process (IPR)

Reference Books:

1. Tarek Khalli, Management oI Technology` McGraw-Hill. New Delhi.

2. V K Narayanan, Managing Technology and Innovation Ior Competitive Advantage`,

Pearson Education Asia

3. Gaynor, Handbook OI Technology Management`, Mcgraw Hill,

4. Dinesh seth, Subhash C. Rastogi, Global management solutions Cleanage learning

5. S.N.Chary, Production & Operation Management,` Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

6. ILO, Introduction to work study

7. Khanna O.P. - Industrial Engg.& management, Dhanpatrai publications, New Delhi

8. Curie R.M.& Faraday, work study

9. Bewoor A. K., Production planning control` Satya Publication, New Delhi, 2004.

10.Arnold J.R. Introduction to materials management, prentice Hall India Ltd.

11.Gopalkrishnan, 'Materials Management,¨ John Wiley Publications,

12.L. C. Jhamb, 'Materials Management,¨ Everest Publications

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T. E. (Mechanical) Part I ( 2008 Course)

302045 COMPUTER ORIENTED NUMERICAL METHODS

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 Hrs/ week Theory 100 Marks

Practicals 2 Hrs/week Practical 50 Marks

Section I

1 Roots of Equations and Numerical Integration 8

Newton Raphson method, ModiIied Newton Raphson method, and Successive

approximation method.

Trapezoidal rule, Simpson`s Rules (1/3

rd

, 3/8

th

), Gauss Quadrature Method- 2 point,

3 point, Double integration Trapezoidal rule, Simpson`s 1/3th rule.

2 Interpolation and Differentiation 8

Lagrange`s Interpolation, Newton`s interpolation Forward, Backward, Hermit

Interpolation, Spline Interpolation- cubic, inverse interpolation, extrapolation.

DiIIerentiation.

3 Simultaneous Equations 10

Gauss Elimination Method, partial pivoting, Thomas algorithm Ior tridiagonal matrix,

Gauss-seidal method, Gauss-seidal method with relaxation,

Section II

4 Curve Fitting and errors 8

Least square technique- straight line, quadratic equation, power equation, exponential

equation.

Errors and approximations

5 Numerical Solutions of ODE 8

Taylor series method, Euler Method, ModiIied Euler Method, Runge Kutta Methods-

second order and Iourth order, Predictor-corrector method, simultaneous equations.

6 Finite difference methods 10

Introduction to Iinite diIIerence method, Boundary value problems oI exact diIIerential

equations limited to second order only, PDEs- Parabolic explicit, Crank Nicholson

method, Hyperbolic equations , and Elliptic equations.

List of Assignments:

1. Program on Roots of Equations

2. Program on Numerical Integration

3. Program on Interpolation

4. Program on Simultaneous Equations

5. Program on Curve Fitting

6. Program on ODE

7. Program on Finite difference methods

8. One assignment on all above topics using any suitable Solver

Note: All the assignments should be completed using any suitable solver.

Guidelines to conduct the Practical Exams.

1. One program on Unit No 1.

2. Any one program Irom unit 2 to 6 option within unit

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Reference Books

1. Steven C. Chapra, Raymond P. Canale, Numerical Methods Ior Engineers, 4/e, Tata

McGraw Hill Editions, 2002, ISBN 0-07-047437-0

2. Dr. B. S. Garewal, Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science, 7/e, Khanna

Publishers, ISBN 81-74009-205-6

3. Steven C. Chapra, Applied Numerical Methods with MATLAB Ior Engineers and

Scientist, 2/e, Tata Mc-GrawHill Publishing Co-Ltd, 2008, ISBN 0-07-064853-0,

4. M. K. Jain, S R K Iyengar, R K Jain, Numerical Methods Ior ScientiIic and

Engineering Computations, 5/e New Age International Publishers ISBN 13 978-81-

224-2001-2008

5. Gerold/ Wheatley, Applied Numerical Analysis, 6/e, Pearson Education Asia, 2002

ISBN 81-7808-567-4

6. B. V. Ramana, Higher Engineering Mathematics, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing

Company Ltd, New Delhi, ISBN 10: 0-07-0643419-X

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T. E. (Mechanical) Part I (2008 Course)

302046 SEMINAR

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Practical 2 Hrs/ Week Term work 50 Marks

Topic

The seminar topic may be

• Mechanical Engineering.

• Based on Interdisciplinary subjects.

• Recent trends in engineering Iield.

The topic should be based on recent research paper published in recent international

ConIerence and/ or engineering journal and/ or articles published in print media. .

Seminar Load:

Maximum Iive students shall work under one Iaculty oI department. Each student should have

diIIerent seminar topic and its presentation. In case more than one student is working on the

same topic, then their scope oI seminar must be distinct.

Seminar Term Work:

Seminar report should be oI 15 to 20 pages. The seminar report must be spiral bound. For

standardization oI the seminar reports the Iollowing Iormat should be strictly Iollowed.

• Page size : Trimmed A4

• Top Margin : 1.00 Inches

• Bottom Margin : 1.32 Inches

• LeIt Margin : 1.5 Inches

• Right Margin : 1.0 Inches

• Para Text : Font - Times New Roman; 12 point

• Line Spacing : 1.5 Lines

• Page Numbers : Right aligned and in Iooter. Font Times New Roman; 12 point

• Headings : New Times Roman, 14 point, BoldIace

• CertiIicate : All students should attach standard Iormat oI CertiIicate as described by

the Department.

• The entire seminar should be documented as one chapter. ReIerences should have the

Iollowing Iormat

For Books:

1. 'Title oI Book¨; Authors; Publisher; Edition;

For Papers:

1. 'Title oI Paper¨; Authors; ConIerence Details; Year.

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Marks

1. Seminar Review 10

2. Seminar Report 15

3. Presentation 15

4. Question/ Answer 10

• Mid semester review must be taken to ensure that all the students have concluded the topic

and must be evaluated Ior 10 Marks

• All students have to present their seminars individually in Iront oI the panel oI Iaculty

members oI department.

• Examination will be conducted by two internal examiners (among the approved teachers

only) appointed by the Principal oI the concerned college.

• Schedule oI seminar presentation must be displayed on notice board at least two weeks in

advance.

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T E (Mechanical) Part II (2008 Course)

302047 MACHINE DESIGN II

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Oral 50 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Rolling Contact Bearings 8

Types oI rolling contact bearings, static and dynamic load carrying capacities,

Stribeck`s equation, equivalent bearing load, load-liIe relationship, selection oI bearing

liIe, selection oI rolling contact bearings Irom manuIacturer`s catalogue, taper roller

bearing, design Ior cyclic loads and speed, bearing with probability oI survival other

than 90°, lubrication and mounting oI bearings, preloading oI rolling contact bearings,

types oI Iailure in rolling contact bearings causes and remedies, selection oI oil seals

Ior shaIts, selection oI bearings Ior diIIerent applications like automotive IC engines,

wheels and steering.

2 Sliding Contact Bearings 10

Lubricating oils:

Properties, additives Ior mineral oils, selection oI lubricants, properties and selection oI

bearing materials.

Hydrodynamic lubrication:

Theory oI hydrodynamic lubrication, mechanism oI pressure development in oil Iilm,

Two dimensional Reynolds equation, theory oI inIinitely long and inIinitely short

journal bearing, SommerIield number, Raimondi and Boyd method, temperature rise,

parameters oI bearing design, length to diameter ratio, unit bearing pressure, radial

clearance and minimum oil Iilm thickness.

3 Design for Fluctuating Loads 8

Stress concentration - causes & remedies, Iluctuating stresses, Iatigue Iailure, S-N

curve, endurance limit, notch sensitivity, endurance strength modiIying Iactors,

reversed stresses, design Ior Iinite and inIinite liIe, cumulative damage in Iatigue

Iailure, Soderberg and Goodman diagram, Iatigue design oI components under

combined stresses such as shaIts, bolts and springs (Only theoretical treatment Ior

bolted joints).

Section II

4 Design of Friction Clutches and Brakes

Friction clutches, classiIication and selection oI Iriction clutches, torque transmitting

capacities, design oI single plate, multi plate, cone and centriIugal clutche4s, types oI

Iriction materials, their advantages, limitation and selection criterion, concept oI

temperature rise in clutch operation.

Brakes Energy absorbed by brake, design consideration in pivoted block brakes and

long shoe, internal expanding shoe brake, disk brake, temperature rise in brake

operation.

5 Design of Spur and Helical Gears 8

Introduction

ClassiIication oI gears, selection oI types oI gears, desirable properties and selection oI

gear materials, standard gear tooth systems, modes oI gear tooth Iailures methods oI

gear lubrication

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Spur gears

Number oI teeth and Iace width, constructional details oI gear wheel, Iorce analysis,

beam strength (Lewis) equation, velocity Iactor, service Iactor, load concentration

Iactor, eIIective load on gear, wear strength (Buckingham`s) equation, estimation oI

module based on beam and wear strength, estimation oI dynamic tooth load by velocity

Iactor and Buckingham`s equation.

Helical gears

Transverse and normal module, virtual no oI teeth, Iorce analysis, beam and wear

strengths, eIIective load on gear tooth, estimation oI dynamic tooth load by velocity

Iactor and Buckingham`s equation.

6 Design of Bevel and Worm Gears 10

Bevel gears

Straight tooth bevel gear terminology and geometric relationship, Iormative number oI

teeth, Iorce analysis, design criteria oI bevel gears, beam and wear strengths, dynamic

tooth load by velocity Iactor and Buckingham`s equation, eIIective load, design oI

straight tooth bevel gears, selection oI materials Ior bevel gears, introduction to spiral

bevel gears and hypoid gears and comparison with straight tooth bevel gears, mounting

oI bevel gears.

Worm Gears

Worm and worm gear terminology and geometrical relationship, types oI worm and

worm gears, standard dimensions, Iorce analysis oI worm gear drives, Iriction in worm

gears and its eIIiciency, worm and worm-wheel material, strength and wear ratings oI

worm gears, thermal consideration in worm gear drive, types oI Iailures in worm

gearing, methods oI lubrication

Term work :

Term work shall consist oI 'TWO¨ design projects:

1. First design project will consist oI one imperial size sheet, involving assembly and

detailed drawing oI a clutch and brake assembly.

2. Second design project will be based on gears, which shall consist oI two imperial

size sheets one involving assembly drawing and other details. The assembly

drawing should include the part list and overall dimensions, and details should

consist oI individual components, manuIacturing tolerances, surIace Iinish symbols,

and geometric tolerances should be speciIied so as to make it working drawing.

Design report giving all necessary calculations oI the design oI the components and

assembly should be submitted in the separate Iile.

Design data book shall be used extensively Ior the selection oI the components.

The oral examination shall be based on the above term work.

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Recommendations

1. As Iar as possible, preIerence should be given to prepare drawing sheet oI Iirst

design project using any CAD soItware and drawing sheets oI the second design

project should be drawn manually.

2. A study visit to industry may be arranged to see the manuIacturing oI machine

elements and assemblies during the semester. During the visit, the students are

expected to visit design oIIice to see design and draIting aids. A report oI this visit

can be included in the term work.

Reference Books :

1. Shigley J.E. and Mischke C.R, 'Mechanical Engineering Design¨, Tata McGrow Hill.

2 Spott`s M.F. and Shoup T.E, 'Design oI Machine elements¨, Prentice Hall International.

3. Bhandari V.B, 'Design oI machine elements¨,Tata McGrow Hill Public Co. Ltd., (Second

Edition).

4. Black P.H. and O. Eugene Adams,'Machine Design¨ , McGrow Hill Book Co. Ltd.

5. William C. Orthwein ,'Machine Components Design¨, West-Pub. Co. an Jaico Pub.

House.

6. 'Design Data¨ ,P.S.G. College oI Technology, Coimbatore.

7. Juvinal R.C, 'Fundamentals oI Machine Components Design¨ ,John Wiely and Sons.

8. Hall A.S., Holowenko A.R. and Laughlin H.G,'Theory and Problems oI Machine Design¨

, Schaum`s outline series.

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T E (Mechanical) Part II (2008 Course)

311048 METROLOGY & QUALITY CONTROL

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Term work 25 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Measurement Standard & Comparators 8

Measurement Standard - Principles oI Engineering Metrology, line end, wavelength,

Types and sources oI error, alignment, Temperature, Plastic deIormation, Accuracy

precision, Slip gauges & gauges block, Linear and Angular measurement (Sine bar,

Sine centre, Auto collimator, Angle decor Dividing Head), Calibration

Comparator- Mechanical, Pneumatic, Optical, Electronic (Inductive), Electrical

(LVDT).

Checking oI geometrical Iorms, machine tool alignment test: Lathe, Drilling, Milling.

2 Interferometer 8

Interferometer- Principle, NPL InterIerometer, Flatness measuring oI slip gauges,

Parallelism, Laser InterIerometer

Surface Finish Measurement- SurIace texture, measuring surIace Iinish by Stylus

Probe, Tomlinson & Taly-surI, Analysis oI surIace traces: Methods

Design of Gauges- Types oI gauges, limits, Iits, tolerances, Taylor`s principle.

3 Metrology of Screw Thread 10

Measurement oI thread Iorm- Minor, Major, eIIective, Flank angle, Types & eIIect oI

screw threaded error, Floating Carriage Micrometer.

Gear Metrology- Gear error, Gear measurement: Gear tooth Vernier, constant chord,

base tangent, Rolling, ProIile Projector, Tool maker`s microscope.

Advancements in Metrology- Co-ordinate measuring machine, Universal measuring

machine, Laser in metrology, Automatic inspection system, Online-OIIline inspection

machine vision.

Section II

4 Introduction to Quality and Quality Tools 8

Deming`s PDCA,PDSA cycles & Juran Trilogy approach, Quality Statements, Cost oI

quality & value oI quality, Seven Quality Tools: check sheet, Ilow chart, Pareto analysis,

cause & eIIect diagram, scatter diagram, Brain storming; Quality circle; Concurrent

engineering; Malcom Balbridge national quality award.

5 Total Quality Management 8

Quality Iunction deployment, 5S, Kaizen, Kanban, JIT, Poka yoke, QMS (ISO 9000, TS

16949,ISO 14000, Quality audit); TPM, FMECA, FTA; Zero deIects.

6 Statistical quality control 10

Statistical quality control- Statistical concept, Frequency diagram, Concept oI variance

analysis, control chart Ior variable & attribute, Process capability, statistical process

control, Concept oI Six sigma: DMAIC.

Acceptance Sampling : Sampling Inspection, OC Curve and its characteristics,

sampling methods, Sampling Plan: comparison, calculation oI sample size, AOQ,

Probability oI Acceptance.

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Term Work

A] Experiments (Any Eight)

1. Determination oI Linear/ Angular dimensions oI a part using precision/non precision

measuring instruments.

2. Precision Angular Measurement using Sine bar/Sine center, Autocollimator/ Angle

Dekkor.

3. Machine tool Alignment Test on any two machine like- Lathe, Milling, Drilling.

4. Measurement oI screw threads using Floating carriage Micrometer.

5. Measurement oI gear tooth thickness by gear tooth Vernier Caliper/ Constant chord/ Span

micrometer.

6. Measurement oI circularity/Roundness using mechanical comparator.

7. Calibration oI dial gauge using Dial calibration Tester.

8. InterIerometer- Study oI surIaces using optical Ilat.

9. Study & applications oI proIile projector & Tool maker`s microscope.

10.Inspection oI Production job by Statistical process control.

B] Assignments- At least two assignments based on Syllabus oI quality control

C] Industrial visit Report on study oI metrology subject.

Reference Books : Metrology

1. Hume K.J. - Engineering Metrology Mascdonald Publications

2. A. W. Judge, 'Engineering Precision Measurements¨, Chapman and Hall

3. Jain R.K. Engineering Metrology, Khanna Publication.

4. Narayana K.L. Engineering Metrology.

5. Galyer J.F & Shotbolt C.R. Metrology Ior engineers.

6. I. C. Gupta, 'Engineering Metrology¨, Dhanpatrai Publiartions

7. Kulkarni V. A. and Bewoor A. K., ¨Metrology and Measurements¨, Tata McGraw Hill Co.

Ltd.

Reference Books : Quality Control

8. Juran J. M., 'Quality Handbook¨, McGraw Hill Publications.

9. Grant S.P., 'Statistical Quality Control¨, Tata McGraw hill Publication.

10.Francis T. Farago, Mark A. Curtis, 'Handbook oI dimensional measurement¨,

11.Harrison M., Wordsworth, SteIeen GodIrey, 'Modern Methods Ior Quality Control and

Improvement¨, Willy Publication.

12.K. J.. Hune and G. H. Sharp, 'Practical Metrology¨, Macdnald Publications

13.ASTME, 'Handbook oI Industrial Metrology¨, Prentice Hall oI India Ltd.

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T E (Mechanical) Part II (2008 Course)

302049 TURBO MACHINES

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Oral 50 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Introduction to Turbo Machinery 8

Impulse momentum principle and its applications. Force excreted on Iixed plate,

moving Ilat plate and curved vanes, series oI plates, velocity triangles and their analysis,

work done equations, eIIiciency.

Impulse Water Turbines

Pelton wheel construction, principle oI working, velocity diagrams and analysis,

design aspects governing and perIormance characteristics, speciIic speed.

2 Reaction Water Turbines 8

ClassiIications, Francis and Kaplan Turbine, constructional Ieatures, velocity diagrams

and analysis, draIt tubes types and analysis, cavitation, causes and remedies,

perIormance characteristics and governing, speciIic speed.

3 Steam Turbines 10

Steam nozzles- Equation Ior velocity and mass Ilow rate (No Derivation) types and

applications.

ClassiIication, constructional details, compounding oI steam turbines, velocity diagrams

and analysis oI impulse and reaction Turbines.(single and multistage), governing,

perIormance characteristics, with numericals

Section II

4 Gas Turbines 8

Theory and Iundamentals oI Gas Turbine, principle and classiIication, Joules Cycle,

assumptions Ior simple Gas Turbines, cycle analysis, compounding oI gas turbine, work

ratio, closed and semi closed cycles Gas turbine plant, aviation power plants, turboIan,

turboprop, turbojet (with numerical treatment)& rocket .

5 Rotary Pumps 8

ClassiIication, components oI centriIugal pumps, various terms associated with

centriIugal pump, various heads, velocity triangles and their analysis, eIIect oI outlet

blade angle, cavitation, NPSH, Thomas cavitation Iactor, priming oI pumps, installation,

speciIic speed and pump classiIication, perIormance characteristics oI centriIugal pump.

Axial thrust, maintenance, troubles and remedies, series and parallel operation oI

pumps, system resistance curve, water hammer problem in pumping system.

6 Centrifugal Compressor 10

Centrifugal Compressor : Construction, Ilow process on T-S Diagram, velocity

diagram and Euler`s work, slip Iactor and its eIIect on work input, actual work input,

dimension parameters, pre-whirl losses, surging, choking, stalling characteristics.

Axial Compressor : Construction, velocity triangles and its analysis, dimensionless

parameters, pressure rise and aerodynamic Iorce in Ilow with and without Iriction,

stalling characteristics. Introduction to Fans and blowers, introduction to hydraulic

coupling and torque converter.

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List of Experiments

1. VeriIication oI momentum principle.

2. Study and trial on Pelton wheel and plotting oI operating/main characteristics.

3. Study and trial on any one reaction turbine and plotting oI operating/main characteristics.

4. Study and trial on centriIugal pump and plotting oI operating characteristics.

5. Study oI non conventional pumps.

6. Trial on centriIugal air compressor / rotary air compressor.

7. Visit to hydropower / steam / Gas turbine power plant.

8. Visit to pumping station.

9. Design oI pumping system, installation using manuIacturer catalogue.

10.Study oI Nozzles.

Notes

1. Eight experiments Irom above list should be perIormed out oI which at least Iour trails

should be conducted.

2. Data Irom any one trial perIormed should be analyzed by using any suitable soItware.

Reference Books

1. Modi. P. N & Seth. S. N. 'Hydraulics Fluid Mechanics and Machinery¨, Standard Book

House, New Delhi.

2. V. P. Vasandani, 'Theory oI Hydraulic Machinery¨, Khanna Publishers, Delhi.

3. Dr. J. Lal, 'Hydraulic Machines¨, Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt. Ltd Delhi.

4. Karrasik, 'Hand Book oI Pumps¨, Tata Mc Graw Hills Ltd. New Delhi.

5. R Yadav, ' Steam & Gas Turbines¨ Central Pub., Allahabad.

6. J K Jain, Gas Turbine Theory and Jet Propulsion¨ Khanna Pub., New Delhi.

7. Cohen, Rogers, ' Gas Turbine theory¨, Longman Publications.

8. GopalKrishnan, ' A Treatise on Turbomachines¨, Scitech Publications, Chennai (India).

9. Kadambi V. & Prasad M., ' Turbo Machinery¨, New Age International Publication, New

Delhi.

10.D.S. Kumar 'Fluid Machines and Fluid Power Engineering¨, Katariya publication.

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T E (Mechanical) Part II (2008 Course)

302050 MECHATRONICS

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Term work 50 Marks

Section I

1 Introduction to Sensors and Transducers 8

Introduction to Mechatronics, Measurement systems, Static characteristics,

ClassiIication oI Transducers and Sensors,

Basic Divider Circuits, Bridge Circuits, Iilters

Level measurement, strain measurement: Strain Gauge Principles, types, strain gauge

circuits, Load Cells, Temperature Compensation,.

Temperature measurement : Thermister, RTD, Thermocouples

2 Mechanical Sensors 8

Displacement & Position Sensors: Potentiometric Sensor, Capacitive and Inductive

Sensors, Variable Reluctance Sensors, Linear Variable DiIIerential TransIormers

Motion Sensors: Translational and Rotary Optical Encoders, Tachometers with output

signal as electrical quantity

3 Converters and Controller Fundamentals 8

Data Acquisition system: concept oI sampling, sample & hold operation, analog to

digital converters, digital to analog converters.

Introduction to SCADA & its application

System Models: Mathematical models, introduction to mechanical, electrical, Iluid

and thermal systems. Rotational and transnational systems, Basic concepts oI transIer

Iunction.

Section II

4 Controller Principles 10

Control Systems: Types oI control system, Open loop, closed loop systems, transIer

Iunctions, Ieed back and Ieed Iorward control systems and their applications

Process Characteristics: Process equation, Process load, Error, Variable range, Control

Parameter Range, Dead time.

5 Controller Modes 8

Continuous Controller Modes: Proportional Controller, Integral Controller, Derivative

Controller, with mathematical equations, advantages, disadvantages and applications.

Composite Controller Modes: Proportional, Proportional ¹ Integral (PI), Proportional

¹ Derivative (PD), Proportional ¹ Integral ¹ Derivative (PID) Controllers, with

simple numerical treatment.

6 Discrete State Process Control 8

Relay Controllers and Ladder Diagrams: Ladder Diagram Elements, and Ladder

Diagram Examples.

Programmable Logic Controllers : Relay sequencers, PLC Programming Concepts,

logic, basic structure, input/ output processing, timers, internal relays and counters,

shiIt resisters, ladder diagram and programming, selection oI PLCs,

Case studies oI Mechatronics with diIIerent applications like washing machine, dish

washer, bottle Iilling plant, elevator, building automation.

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List of Experiments

Minimum oI 10 experiments Irom the Iollowing; out oI which experiment no. 12 is

compulsory, Iour shall be Irom serial no. 1 to 5, three Irom serial no. 6 to 11 and two Irom 13

to 17. Record oI experiments and assignments shall be submitted in the Iorm oI journal.

1. Calibration oI Ilow meters.

2. Calibration oI Thermocouples/ RTD.

3. Study oI Load Cells.

4. Study oI various types oI actuators.

5. Displacement measurement/ level measurement.

6. VeriIication oI P, P¹I, P¹D, P¹I¹D control actions.

7. Study oI XY position control systems.

8. Study oI linear conveyor control system.

9. Study oI rotary table positioning systems.

10.Development oI ladder diagram/programming PLC Ior level control, position control or

any other mechanical engineering application.

11.Study oI A/D and D/A converters.

12.Study oI Flip Flops and Timers.

13.Study oI Application oI Op Amp circuits.

14.Study oI Data acquisition system.

15.Study oI switches & relays

Text Book

1. Johnson C. D., Process Control Instrumentation Technology, Prentice Hall oI India Pvt

Ltd., New Delhi.

Reference Books

1. Doebelin E. O., Measurement System Application and Design, Tata McGraw Hill

Publications Ltd, New Delhi.

2. Bolton W. , Mechatronics Electronics Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical

Engineering, Pearson Education (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.

3. Rangan C. S., Sarma G. R., Mani V. S., Instrumentation Devices and Systems, Tata

McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi.

4. Histand B. H., Alciatore D. G., Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems.

5. HMT, Mechatronics, HMT.

6. Mahalik N. P., Mechatronics Principles, concepts and applications, Tata McGraw Hill

Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi.

7. Kolk R. A., Shetty D., Mechatronics Systems Design, Vikas Publishing Manual Delhi.

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T E (Mechanical) Part II (2008 Course)

302051 REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Lectures 4 hrs/week Theory 100 Marks

Practical 2 hrs/week Term work 25 Marks

Section I Hrs

1 Fundamentals of Refrigeration 8

Review to the thermodynamic processes: isothermal, isentropic, polytropic, and

throttling processes, its presentation on P-h & T-s thermodynamic charts, behavior oI

working Iluids during phase change.

Need oI reIrigeration and its applications in comIort, industrial, Iood processing and

Iood chain.

Reversed Carnot cycle with air and vapour, simple vapour compression cycle and basic

simple system, deviations oI practical VCC Irom Carnot cycle.

Miscellaneous methods oI reIrigeration: Air reIrigeration: Bell Coleman and Reverse

Brayton cycle, vortex tube, thermoelectric, magnetic reIrigeration, ultrasound

ReIrigeration.

2 Vapour Compression System 10

Vapour compression system with accumulator, receiver, suction line heat exchanger,

eIIect oI operating parameters on perIormance oI VCC, practical VCC.

Vapour Absorption System

Introduction, simple vapour absorption system, practical vapour absorption system,

COP oI an ideal vapour absorption system, selection criteria oI reIrigerant-absorbent

pair, water ammonia system, lithium bromide absorption system, comparison between

VCC and VAC, Cycles used in absorption reIrigeration: single eIIect, double eIIect

3 Refrigerants 8

Desirable properties oI reIrigerants, classiIication oI reIrigerants, secondary

reIrigerants, alternative reIrigerants, Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) Global

Warming Potential (GWP), atmospheric liIe, Total Equivalent Warming Impact

(TEWI), reIrigerant: recovery, reclaim, recycle and recharge

Multi Pressure Systems

Introduction, need oI multistage system, intermediate pressure, two stage compression

with Ilash gas removal and liquid intercooler, HP, LP receivers, single compressor with

multiple evaporator: individual and multiple expansion valves, individual compressors

with compound compression and Ilash intercooling, pumped circulation system,

cascade system: application and thermodynamic evaluation

Section II

4 Psychrometry 10

Introduction, psychometric terms, use oI psychometric chart, psychometric processes,

adiabatic saturation temperature, evaporative cooling, chemical air driers: solid and

liquid desiccants, by-pass Iactor oI coil, eIIiciency oI coil, adiabatic mixing oI two air

streams, concept oI SHF, RSHF, GSHF, ERSHF, ADP (numerical on psychrometric

calculations on simple AC system design with return air systems), concept oI

inIiltration and ventilation.

Human comIort, eIIective temperature, ASHRAE comIort chart, Iactors inIluencing

human comIort, indoor air quality requirements, ventilation requirements.

5 Refrigeration System components 8

Working principle, classiIication, application: compressors, condensers, evaporators,

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expansion devices and controls

Air- Conditioning Systems

DeIinition, system: layout and components, classiIication: summer; winter and all year

AC systems, all air system; all water system; air water system; variable reIrigerant Ilow

and variable air volume systems, unitary and central air conditioning.

Air Conditioning System components

Operating principle, basic construction and types: Air Handling Unit, Fan Coil Unit,

dampers, Iilters, supply and return grills, sensors: CO

2

; smoke, ozone injection

Installation, testing, and maintenance, and trouble shooting oI system.

6 Ducts 8

Introduction, classiIication oI ducts, duct material, pressure in ducts, Ilow through duct,

pressure losses in duct, Iriction losses, dynamic losses, air Ilow through simple duct

system, equivalent diameter, methods oI duct system design: equal Iriction, velocity

reduction, static regain method (numerical on duct system design)

Fans in air conditioning applications: Ian laws, types oI Ians, basic selection method

Food Preservation

Concept and need oI cold chain, cold storages, control and modiIied atmosphere

(CA/MA) storages, precooling, blast Ireezers, IQF, plate Ireezers, spiral Ireezers.

Term Work

The term shall consist oI record oI minimum eight experiments Irom the Iollowings

1. Test on vapour compression test rig

2. Test on air conditioning test rig

3. Test on ice plant test rig

4. Test on vapour absorption test rig

5. Trial on heat pump

6. Determination oI cooling load oI air conditioning system (simple case study)

7. Study oI installation/operation/maintenance practices Ior reIrigeration systems

8. Determination oI reIrigeration load in cold storage (case study/visit)

9. Visit to any reIrigeration or air conditioning plant (compulsory) and write the report on

it

10.Thermal analysis oI reIrigeration cycle using computer program

Reference Books

1. Arora and Domkundwar, ReIrigeration and Airconditioning, Dhanpatrai and Company,

New Delhi

2. Arora C P, ReIrigeration and Air Conditioning, Tata McGraw Hill

3. Dossat Ray J., Principal oI ReIrigeration, S.I. Version,Wiley Eastern Limited, 2000

4. Manohar Prasad, ReIrigeration and Air-conditioning, Wiley Eastern Limited, 1983

5. Ballaney P.L., ReIrigeration and Air-conditioning, Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1992

6. Khurmi R.S. and Gupta J.K., ReIrigeration and Air-conditioning, Eurasia Publishing House

(P) Ltd., New Delhi, 1994

7. Stocker W.F. and Jones J.W., ReIrigeration and Air-conditioning, McGraw Hill

International editions 1982

8. Threlkeld J.L., Thermal Environmental Engineering, Prentice Hall Inc. New Delhi

9. ASHRAE & ISHRAE Handbook

10.Anantnarayan, Basic oI ReIrigeration and Air Conditioning, Tata McGrawHill Publications

11.Roger Legg, Air conditioning systems: Design, Commissioning and maintenance

12.Sapali S.N., ReIrigeration and Air Conditioning, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi

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311052 WORK SHOP PRACTICE II

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme

Practical 2 Hrs/ Week Term work 50 Marks

Each Candidate is required to complete and submit the Iollowing

Part A : One composite job consisting oI machining oI components covering operations on

Lathe, Drilling, Milling machines and essentially consisting oI Thread Assembly.

Part B : Demonstration/ Job on CNC machine which should consist oI Step Turing and Taper

Turning Operations

Part C : One job on Milling machine consisting oI Gear Cutting operations

Journal should contain detailed process sheets oI above jobs.

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