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M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Advanced Machine Design
Course content General design procedure for design problems, design concepts, product design and development, Product design specifications, Product life cycle, Protection of intellectual property, Bench marking, Brainstorming, Ethics in Engineering design, Whistle blowing. Design for strength & rigidity. Design based on - Fatigue, Fracture, Creep criteria, safe life v/s fail safe design. Dynamic design of Mechanical equipments: Modelling of machine tools, Aircraft and Automobiles etc. for determining dynamic characteristics and extraction of Modal parameters for dynamic design. Design for manufacturing including assembly aspects & other aspects, reliability based design of mechanical components. Recent developments in pressure vessel design, testing of pressure vessels as per standards. Computer aided design of pressure vessels Rotating disc and rotating cylinder:- Disc with uniform thickness – disc for uniform strength – stresses in rotating cylinders with and without internal pressure. Thermal stress, creep and stress rupture; Dynamic and fatigue behaviour Friction theories, wear & types of wear, Lubrication, different modes of lubrication -hydrodynamic, hydrostatic & Elasto-Hydrodynamic, porous bearings, determination of static load capacity of bearing (Stribek’s equation), bearing design & testing. Lubrication problems at certain extreme environmental conditions pressure, temperature & vacuum Recent trends in materials handling equipment design, basic principles of design, main girder design, structure analysis , loading patterns, service factors & environmental conditions, testing as per BIS, etc. Advances in gear design, gear materials, corrective gear design, gear rating calculation as per BIS, etc Quality Function Deployment – Concurrent engineering
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Reference Books: 1. Machine Design – An Integrated Approach by Robert L Norton, Pearson Education. 2. Mechanical System Design by Farazdak Haidery. 3. Engineering Design by George E. Dieter, McGraw Hill. 4. Material handling equipment by P.Rudenko, MIR Publication. 5. Handbook of Gear design by G.M. Maitra, vol. –I & II. 6. Mechanical analysis & design by Burr and Cheatham. 7. Mechanical Vibrations by S.S.Rao. 8. Pressure Vessel Design by Bednar. 9. Process Equipment Design by Joshi. 1
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
M.E Semester: 1
Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)
Subject Name Computer Aided Machine Design
Sr.No 1. 2.
Course content Introduction: Need and Scope of Computer Aided Machine Design Computer graphics: Principles of interactive computer graphics and overview of hardware available for use in CAD; Scan conversion; Bresenham’s Algorithm for line, circle, Geometric transformations- 2D and 3D translation, scaling, rotation, shear and reflection, homogeneous transformations Geometric modelling: Types of mathematical representation of curves, wire frame models wire frame entities parametric representation of synthetic curves Hermit cubic splines Bezier curves, B-splines rational curves. Representations : B-rep and C-rep, Feature based modelling. Surface modeling :Mathematical representation surfaces, Surface model, Surface entities surface representation, Parametric representation of surfaces, plane surface, rule surface, surface of revolution, Tabulated Cylinder. Geometric modelling-3D: Solid modeling, Solid Representation, Boundary Representation (B-rep), Constructive Solid Geometry (CSG). Solid modeling using software: Solid modeling of components and Assembly using CAD software such as ProEngineer/Inventor Professional / Mechanical Desktop Computer aided design of machine components: To develop computer programs using ‘C’/ ‘C++’ / MATLAB Programming language for the machine components such as shafts, springs, couplings, clutches, brakes, levers, gears, belts Engineering optimization: Optimum design of Machine Elements, Johnson’s method, single variable and multi variable optimization techniques. Single objective and Multi-objective functions related to machine component design
REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice by Ibrahim Zeid & R.Sivasubramanian, Tata Mc Graw Hill international. 2. Geometric Modelling, Mortenson, M.E., John Wiley & Sons, NY, 1985. 3. David F. Rogers and J. Alan Adams, “Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics”, McGraw-Hill. 4. Mastering CAD/CAM / Ibrahim Zeid / Mc Graw Hill international. CAD/CAM / P.N. Rao / TMH. 5. Engineering Optimization by S.S.Rao. 6. Engineering Optimization by Kalyanmoy Deb. 7. Design of Machine Elements by C.S. Sharma & Kamlesh Purohit, PHI Publications. 2
linear regression. 2. main features. computer requirements trends. Computer Aided Process Planning: Generative and variant types. scheduling SHOP FLOOR CONTROL: Data collection. concept of composite job machine group. Input. 3. Box Jerkin’s method. automated layout design program and computerized relationship layout planning for facility location and layout Group Technology: . information provided by the system. SIMULATION: Major activities. feature based and CAD based CAPP. types methodology. objectives part families. simulation packages.Rank order clustering. generic model of ERP system. Bond energy. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 . . Course content Computer Aided Forecasting : Nature and use of forecast.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Computer Aided Production Management Sr. algorithms and models for G. backward and forward approach. ERP: Introduction. . Design and manufacturing attributes. computer generated time standard COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION: Computer Aided Testing. Detailed capacity planning. selection of ERP. ERP implementation Job Sequencings.Introduction. demand patterns.T. proof of concept approach. cell group tooling. simulation process. non-contact type. Adoptive methods Computerized relative allocation of facility technique. CAD/CAM and GT benefits. Objective. design rationalization. Contact type. process quality simulator. forecasting methods – Delphy’s method.No 1. measurement of forecast AccuracyMAD. Computational procedure. purpose.selection of forecasting technique. Time series method. Parts classification and coding. MRP: Introduction. analytic hierarchy approach. Operation Management. mathematical model for machine – component cell formation. exponential smoothing. applications simulation of machine shop. sources of data.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. manufacturing resources planning.
Subramanyan.T. Groover & Zimmers.REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Modern Production Management – Buffa & Sarin. Radhakrishnan. 7. 2.P. New Age International. Prentice Hall.Mahapatra. 3. 6. Computer Aided Production Management – P. CAD / CAM by M. G. 5. 4 .B. 4. Production Operation Management – Adam Ebert. in the engineering industry Bur bridge. Computer Aided Manufacture by Chien Chang and Richard A Wysk. S. CAD / CAM / CIM by P.
GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. use of computers in metal processing CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION TECHNIQUES:Destructive and Non-destructive evaluation techniques. Ferro electric and piezoelectric materials. corrosion and its control. EXTRUSION & SHEET METAL WORK:Design guidelines for extruded sections . Advanced magnetic materials. Lasers. General design recommendations for machined parts METAL CASTING: Appraisal of various casting processes. photo conducting and photovoltaic materials. Bending.Dimensional tolerance and surface roughness – Design for machining – Ease – Redesigning of components for machining ease with suitable examples. smart materials PROCESSING OF MATERIALS:Conventional processing techniques for advanced materials.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Advanced Materials And Processes Sr. 3. Deep Drawing – Keeler Goodman Forming Line Diagram – Component Design for Blanking PLASTICS: Viscoelastic and creep behavior in plastics – Design guidelines for Plastic components – Design considerations for Injection Moulding – Design guidelines for machining and joining of plastics 2. Performance of materials at High & low temperatures. . Advanced ceramic and composite materials. selection of casting process. Electron and X-ray techniques. Course content ADVANCED MATERIALS:Super alloys. Radiation damage and recovery. Advanced engineering polymer materials. PERFORMANCE OF MATERIALS IN SERVICE:Service performance. MATERIALS: Selection of Materials for design – Developments in Material technology –criteria for material selection – Material selection interrelationship with process selection – process selection charts MACHINING PROCESS: Overview of various machining processes – general design rules for machining .No 1. 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5 . Factors in design of weldments – general design guidelines – pre and post treatment of welds – effects of thermal stresses in weld joints – design of brazed joints FORGING:Design factors for Forging – Closed die forging design – parting lines of dies – drop forging die design – general design recommendations . electro-optic materials.design principles for Punching. Blanking. Delayed fracture.general design considerations for casting – casting tolerances – use of solidification simulation in casting design – product design rules for sand casting METAL JOINING: Appraisal of various welding processes. Distortion and Residual stress measurement. DESIGN:Introduction :Design philosophy – steps in Design process – General Design rules for manufacturability – basic principles of designing for economical production – creativity in design. special processing techniques.
6 . Vol. 3. ASM Handbook. 2003. 2nd Edition.K Chitale and R.20. Pvt .A Material and Processing Approach / George E. Deiter / McGraw Hill Intl. 5. 1998.Reference Books: 1.. Design for Manufacture / John Cobert / Adisson Wesley. Engineering Design.. Product design and Manufacturing / A. 2000. New Delhi. 2. New Delhi.C Gupta / Prentice – Hall of India. 4.Ltd. Design and Manufacturing / Surender Kumar & Goutham Sutradhar / Oxford &IBH Publishing Co. 1995.
Crystalline & Network structure. dynamic properties and temperature effect. Debye theory. Wridemann – Franz ratio. THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS : Specific Heat: Classical. Advanced engineering polymer materials. Grain structure. use of computers in metal processing. Anharmonic crystal imperfections. Lasers. special processing techniques. methods of testing & interpretation of test results.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Material Science and Materials Sr.No 1. CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION TECHNIQUES:Destructive and Non-destructive evaluation techniques. Electron and X-ray techniques. Thermal & Mechanical. Radiation damage and recovery 2. Einstein.Methods . PERFORMANCE OF MATERIALS IN SERVICE :Performance based on .Thermal Conductivity. smart materials. Grain deformation & Anisotropic properties. Recent trends in Bio-Material Characterization. Delayed fracture. corrosion and its control. Biomaterials – Determining mechanical properties and their applications. Ferro electric and piezoelectric materials. PROCESSING OF MATERIALS:Conventional processing techniques for advanced materials. Electronic specific heat. electro-optic materials. 4 5 6 7 8 7 . photo conducting and photovoltaic materials. Distortion and Residual stress measurement. Properties of material. Course content STRUCTURE – PROPERTY RELATIONSHIP : Atomic structure & Chemical bonding. Chemical. THEORY OF ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY: Fundamentals. Advanced magnetic materials. Performance of materials at High & low temperatures. Hypothetical & Actual Energy Curves. 3.static properties.Yield surface. ADVANCED MATERIALS:Super alloys. PERFORMANCE OF MATERIALS IN SERVICE:Service performance. Physical. Thermal Expansion. Advanced ceramic and composite materials. Electrical.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M.
– R.. Material – Selection & Design. – ASM Handbook Vol.-20. Flinn & P. 7. Muralidharan. Elements of Material Science – Sixth edition by Laurence H. 2nd Edition. 3. K. Paul Degarmo & J. – Charles Newey & Graham Weaver. Van Vlack. Trojan. D. A. Material Science & Engineering. 2.REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Deiter. Pearson Education. – Callister W. Materials – Principles & Practice. Engineering Design. 2000. McGraw Hill Intl. 8.A Material and Processing Approach / George E. 5. Materials & Process In Manufacturing. I. Material Science for engineers by James F Shackelford & Madanapalli K. Theory of Elasticity and Plasticity by Timoshenko. 9. – E. 8 . Engineering Materials & Their Applications. 4. 6. Black. Pearson Education.
general hydraulic circuit. light sensors. spring mass damper system. guide ways. unconventional solution to RLC circuit.No 1. spindle and spindle bearings. proximity sensors. antifriction bearings. definition. Course content Introduction to Mechatronics:Origin and evaluation. Hall effect sensors. symbols for Hydraulic System Components. performance parameters. Valves and their types. optical sensor and desirable features of sensors and transducers. measurement system.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. trouble shooting and safety. Modelling of actuators and control valves and Thermal Systems and their Modelling. System Models: Elements of mechanical systems. microprocessor based controllers. slide ways. pneumatic actuators. need in industry. engine management system. bearing material selection. design considerations for structures. maintenance. an unconventional Approach. overview. Mechatronics technology. system and Mechatronics. Elements of Machine Tools: Structure. design of Mechatronics systems. planetary roller screw.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Mechanical Engineering For Mechatronics Sr. arrangement and application of mechanical elements. stick-slip phenomena. modules in the system. automatic camera. types of bearings. Hydraulic Cylinders and their types. compressed air generation and contamination control. elements of Electrical Engineering. preloading and its methods for re-circulating ball screw and antifriction bearing and frictionless bearings 2. types of loads on spindles. Hydraulic System Modelling. Mechatronics and engineering skills. their requirements and classification. automatic washing machine and automatic bathroom scale. 3 5 6 7 9 . Overview of Sensors and Transducers: Definitions. shapes and types slide ways. gas laws. objectives. re-circulation ball screw and nut. application of DC Servomotor. pressure sensors and flow sensors. different types of hydraulic circuits and hydrostatic transmission. antifriction ways. Pneumatic Systems: Introduction to pneumatics. multiple-actuators circuits. classification. Hydraulic Motors and their types. pneumatic applications. Hydraulic System: Actuators. multidisciplinary scenario. valves and control circuits.
Practicals Introduction to Mechatronics. Preparation of system models. Ltd. No.Ganesh S.T.Joji P.M. Prepare pneumatic circuit for given application. Design of machine tool component. 4. (3) Pneumatic Controls. 2. Published by University Science Press (An imprint of Laxmi Publication Private Limited ).. Prepare hydraulic circuit for given application. Hegde. Machine Tools and their components. Pneumatic system and its components. 7. Ltd. Tata McGraw Hill Publication Co. Wiley India Private Limited. Overview of sensors and transducers.LIST OF PRACTICALS: Sr.. Knowledge of mechanical engineering required for Mechatronics. (2) Mechatronics by H. 6. 1. Hydraulic system and its components. Reference Books: (1) Mechatronics. 5. 9. 8. 10. 3. 10 .
Study of DXF. 8. 5. 10. Computer program preparation for the designing of Machine components using File / Database management. A project to prepare solid models and their views of assembly and components is to be completed and submitted. 1. No.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name CAD & Solid modelling Lab Sr. to prepare solid models of assembly and components and prepare the views from CAD file of solid models. 7. 6.Acquire skill to use any CAD software. 2. IGES. STL and script file formats and preparing models. Study of Surface Modelling and making models using commercial software. 9. Software Practice Project.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. Practicals To prepare a computer program for scan converting a line using Bresenham’s algorithm. Preparation of computer program for 3D transformations. Study of Wire frame Modelling and making models using commercial software. 3. 11 . Development of computer program for the Optimization of Machine elements. To prepare a computer program for scan converting a circle using Bresenham’s algorithm. Preparation of computer program for 2D transformations. Study of Solid Modelling and making models using commercial software. 4.
6. Practicals Salient features and facilities of ideal software. 7. Simulation. At least one project and case study should be undertaken. Computer aided process planning. Programs are to be developed and used in above topics. Recent research and development are to be referred. 12. 11. Material requirement planning. Forecasting methods and c program of any one. 10. Computer aided quality control. 1. Enterprise resource planning. Algorithm and ‘C’ program for sequencing / scheduling. 4. 8. No. 3. Shop floor control & computer process monitoring. Group technology. Computerized plant layout design. 2. ‘C++’ programming. 9.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. ‘C’. 12 . 5.E Semester: 1 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name CAPM & Programming Lab Sr.
Analysis of Trusses – Plane Truss and Space Truss elements Analysis of beams – Hermite shape functions – stiffness matrix – Load vector – Problems 2-D problems –CST. properties of stiffness matrix. Course content Introduction to FEM: basic concepts. 6. 4. 4 5 6 7 8 9 Tutorials: Tutorials should be given based on the below mentioned topics : 1. treatment of boundary conditions. 2. 1D & 2D structural analysis. Co-ordinates. historical back ground. basic element shapes. force terms. general description.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Finite Element Method Sr. interpolation function. Shape functions – Numerical Integration – sub parametric and super parametric elements. Basic equations of elasticity. strain displacement relations 1-D structural problems – axial bar element – stiffness matrix. Dynamic considerations.1-D Heat conduction – 1-D fin element – 2-D heat conduction problems – Introduction to Torsional problems Introduction to Non linearity. Variational approach. 5. solution of system of equations. 3. analytical problems 2. 1D and 2D heat transfer problems. Non linear problems. Isoparametric element – quadrilateral element. Computation of shape function. 13 . Computer programmes for 3D structural analysis. Virtual energy principle.No 1. comparison of FEM with other methods. Geometric Non-linearity. 3. Dynamic equations – consistent mass matrix – Eigen Values. boundary conditions. Eigen Vector. Non linear dynamic problems. Finite Element Method for dynamic analysis Scalar field problems . Stiffness matrix and load vector. LST. Formulation and solution of dynamic problems using computer programmes. Galerkin’s Methods.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. shape functions and characteristics. Analysis of plane trusses. temperature effects. natural frequencies – mode shapes – modal analysis Applications of numerical procedures to determine natural frequencies and mode shapes. Rayleigh. Quadratic shape function. application of FEM. 3-D problems – Tetrahedral element – Jacobian matrix – Stiffness matrix. load vector. Material Non-linearity.Ritz method.
Pune. Sanjeev V.J Bathe. Nirali Prakashan. New York. 2. 7. Seshu 9. Finite Element Procedures in Engineering analysis by K. An Introduction to Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis by J.REFERENCE BOOKS:1. The finite element methods in Engineering – S. CAD / Cam and Automation by Farazdak Haidery. N.Concepts and applications of finite element analysis – Robert Cook 14 .S. Rao . 6. Chandrupatla and Ashok D. 5. 8.Belegundu. Sanjay S. The Finite Element Method in Engineering science – O.Reddy.C. Zienkowicz. 4. 3. Gokhale. An Introduction to Finite Element Methods – J.Pergamon.N. Reddy – Mc Graw Hill. Oxford University Press. Mc Graw Hill. Practical Finite Element Analysis by Nitin S. A Textbook of Finite Element Analysis by P. Finite to infinite. Thite.Deshpande. Bedekar and Anand N. Introduction to finite elements in engineering by Tirupathi K.
management commitment and planning. scheduling of AGVs. specification of CNC system. types of format. -Manufacturing cells . Macros. flexibilities. Tape. do loops. Cleaning and debarring equipment. co ordinate measuring machines. subroutines. Automated Programmed Tools language. Programmable Logic Controllers. Classification of NC /CNC machines. Tape codes and tape readers used in NC machines constructional details of CNC machines. canned cycles. components of NC/CNC system.its types of statement. axis designation. 2. main elements of FMS.their types-working . command and programming-CAD based CNC programming using CAM software. -System support equipment-Automated material movement and Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS). Machining centre. -FMS installation and implementation –acceptance testing. list of computer assisted programming languages. maintenance concern 3. evolution of controllers. Course content NC / CNC MACHINES: Numerical Controls. parametric sub routines. -Computer assisted part programming: . Concepts of Quality. NC/CNC tooling -Fundamentals of manual part programming . types. transducers used.Need. work holding considerations -FMS computer hardware & software-general structure and requirements. COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS: 15 . FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM: -FMS definition and description need of FMS -General FMS Considerations. word address format manual part programming for drilling. cutting tools and tool management.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Computer Aided Manufacturing Sr. capabilities etc. cellular v/s flexible manufacturing -Systems planning. types of FMS. their measurements . JIT and GT as applied to FMS -Processing and Quality assurance equipments. salient features. objective. physical planning –human resources. lathe and milling machine operations.No 1.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M.Turning centre. various mathematical techniques for flexibility measurements.
2.New Central Book Agency 4. development of experiments and facilities needed. data base management.K.Radhakrishnan . case studies. CNC Programming by Yorem Koran. fundamentals of communication. CNC programming – Dr.Publisher-Oxford University Press 16 . Micro-controllers and Programming. 5.K.N. Parallel I/O and Interrupt Mechanism.K. P. concurrent engineering. England Cliffs.Integrated Technologies for Intelligent Machines A. case studies. implementation issues economic justification MECHATRONICS : Digital Logic and Logic Families.Tewari – Tata McGraw Hill Publishing company Ltd. W. hardware requirements. 4 REFERENCE BOOKS:1. CIMS wheel. Numerical control and computer aided manufacturing – T. -CAD/CAM Integration: . -CIM specification. its management. Subramaniyam . benefits.Activities involved. CIMS hardware and software. DBMS architecture.Rao and N. CAD. factory automation. S. 3. CAM and CIM – P. SQL -Steps to implement CIM. multimedia communications.-Introduction to CIMS. Computer numerical control machines –P. best people practices. computer vision. database models. Mrad . 6. Kundra. Luggen Prentice Hall. economics. lasers in manufacturing (machinery and metrology). S. Sensors and their Interface. scope and needs. database requirement. Flexible Manufacturing Cells and System -William. 7. personnel. Radhakrishan. evaluation. justification. computer technology and manufacturing. elements of CIMS and their role. laser meets CNC. Smaili and F. New Age International. nature. Mechatronics. types of manufacturing system. emerging technologies like expert systems. -Expert systems and AI based scheduling in CIM environment.Sinha – Galgotia publications. NJ. software requirements. application.
Positions sensors. training the vision system.. velocity sensors. position representation forward transformation. Robot anatomy. Robot programming as a path in space. SINGNAL AND DELAY commands. robot activation and feedback components. power transmission system. Robot language structures. Generation. Devices. configuration of robot controller. homogeneous transformation. Motion interpolation. Work cell controller. uses sensors in robotics MACHINE VISION: Functions. robot dynamics. ROBOT PROGRAMMING:Lead through programming. mechanism. RECENT TRENDS IN ROBOTICS: Multi-axis robots. Processing operation. Analog to digital single conversion. CONTROL SYSTEM AND COMPONENTS: basic concept and modals controllers control system analysis. In-line robot cell. operation. Image processing and Analysis-image data reduction. Assembly and Inspection. Feature Application. tactile. MOTION ANALYSIS AND CONTROL: Manipulator kinematics. robot configuration. control system and dynamic performance. Elements in function ROBOT CELL DESGIN AND CONTROL: Robot cell layouts-Robot centered cell. force analysis. Segmentation feature extraction. Object recognition. Robotics application.No 1.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Robotic Engineering Sr. Error detection. Machine loading/unloading. Image storage. actuators sensors. Sensing and Digitizing-imaging. Lighting techniques. ROBOT APPLICATION: Material transfer. Course content INTRODUCTION: Automation and Robotics. Considerations in work design. intelligent robots. precision of movement. Work and control. SENSORS: Desirable features. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 . motions joint notation work volume. manipulator path control.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M.. proximity and range sensors. robot drive system. Branching capabilities and Limitations ROBOT LANGUAGES: Textual robot languages. WAIT. tools as end effectors consideration in gripper selection and design. Inter locks. END EFFECTORS: Grippers-types.
Modelling and Control of Vehicular and robotic systems by Sisil Kumararawadu – Narosa publishing house. Harper and Row Publishers. Robot Dynamics and Control – Mark W Spong. Robotic Engineering – An Integrated Approach by Richard D Klaffer. Robert J Schilling. Introduction to Robotics Analysis. Michael Negin – PHI.Reference Books: 1. 5. Applications by Saeed B Niku PHI. 6. Systems. 7. A Robot Engg text book by Moshen Shahinpoor. 8. Intro to Robotics. Fundamentals of Robotics – Analysis and Control. Robotic technology. 3. 18 . PHI. Principles and practice – Werner G Holz book – Van Nostrand Reinhold Co NY. Pearson Education. Mechanics and Control by John J Craig. Industrial Robots by Ganesh S Hegde – Laxmi Publications. 2. M Vidyasagar – Wiley India. 4. NY. Thomas A Chmielewski. 9.
New York. Introduction to Modal testing. Vibration Testing Theory & Practice by McConnell K G.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. Vibration Modal Analysis and parameter identification by Fu Z. Harper & Row. Inverse Eigen Sensitivity Method (IESM). Holman. Practice and applications by D. Rational Fraction Polynomial Method (RFP). Frequency response functions for multi-degree-of-freedom systems. Mc Graw Hill. sensitivity analysis and frequency response coupling of substructure etc Dynamic design of mechanical equipment structures via model testing. Handbook on Modal Testing. Course content Dynamic test data measurement and processing methods. structural dynamic modification and model updating techniques like Direct matrix updating. Introduction to discrete systems and finite element modelling. Pearson Education. Inverse or line fit method. Application of Model testing. P. Vibration Analysis by R. Mechanical Industury Publishing Co. ‘F’ structures for modal analysis Introduction to Non-linear vibration analysis. 5. Multi degree of freedom methods Non-linear least squares. New York.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Experimental Modal Analysis and Dynamic Design Sr.No 1. Error matrix method. Rao. Calculation of Residual mass and stiffness. 4 5 Reference Books: 1. A. Techniques of correlation of analytical and experimental models. J. China. Modal Assurance Criterion (MAC). 2. Experimental Methods for Engineers. Experimental and theoretical modal analysis algorithms and codes. Research Studies Press. Introduction to model updating. Mechanical Vibrations by Singiresu S. J. Applications of modal testing in system and force identification. Comparison of numerical data with test results. Response Function Method (RFM). signature analysis. Dynamic Testing Agency. 6. 3. John Wiley and Sons. Orthogonality principle Modal Analysis techniques: For SDOF systems. Circle fit method – Modal circle. U. Ewins. 3. 2. Analysis of beams. 19 . 7.K. Vierck. Modal Testing : Theory. 4. free and forced response of structures. structural dynamic modification.
Exercises on the design of machine tools using existing CAD software packages. head stock. Identification and quantification of objectives and constraints in machine tool design. stiffness.K.No 1. table. Design of gearbox. column and over arms to achieve desired static & fatigue strength. A design approach for machine tools. 2. spindle and guide ways. 4 5 6 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Handbook of Machine Tools by Malfred Weck. 20 . namely. 4. Estimation of power requirements and selection of motor for metal cutting machine tool spindles. knee. 3. feed drives and servomotors for CNC machine tools. CNC structures.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. bearings. tail stock. CMTI Handbook of Machine tool design.Basu. CNC feedback devices. 2. 3. Course content Design requirements of machine tools.Mehta. carriage. Design aspects of Modern CNC machine tools. CNC spindles. 1 to 4. Principles of design of structural components.K. dynamic characteristics and other requirements. Principle of Machine Tool Design by N.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Machine Tool Design Sr. Principle of Machine Tool Design by S. John-Wiley publication Vol. Design/selection of linear motion systems. ball screws.
Active control of vibrations. Mechanical Vibrations by W. Experimental and theoretical routes to vibration engineering. Mechanical Vibrations by Kshitij Gupta & J. Mechanical Vibrations by Singiresu S.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Vibration Engineering Sr. Thomson 21 . Course content Introduction to unwanted mechanical vibrations and their harmful effects including those on human beings. Design of Accelerometers. Velometers. 3. Rao. Lumped parameter and distributed parameter modeling of mechanical vibratory systems. Introduction to Modal Analysis.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. Dynamic instability control. Vibration Testing.No 1. Introduction to Noise Vibration Harshness and its control.S. bars and beams. Pearson Education. Application of damping treatment for vibration control in machines and structures. Free vibrations and Forced response solutions of Single and multi degree of freedom models including modeling of damping. 2. 2. Spatial. Vibration control solutions: Balancing of rotating and reciprocating machines. Distributed parameter models of rods. Vibration control strategies and case studies. 4 5 6 7 8 9 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. model updating and structural dynamic modification to improve dynamic design of machine structures. Design of vibration isolators. Auxiliary mass systems including tuned dampers for vibration control. Modal and Response models of vibrating systems. Rao. 3.
vibratory feeder. use of pneumatic. transfer mechanisms.A. preparation for automated handling.Elements of hydraulic system ( Pumps. Assembly automation. Special Purpose Machines. automated inspection. Hydraulic Principles. Hydraulic control of machine tools – EM Khaimoswitch – Pergamon press. Handbook of low cost automation techniques by H. 5. Automatic assembly and product design – Geoffry Boothroyd. Valves.Mehta. Filters.K. Machine tool design – CMTI – Tata Mcgrowhill publication. Maintenance of Hydraulic systems. Machining centers. automated packaging. Analysis and study of typical hydraulic circuits in M/C tools. accumulators etc) Study of their functional and design characteristics. Construction elements for automation. 7. Basics of automated work piece handling. Machine tool design by N. automated feed out of components. Automation. Pneumatic & Hydro pneumatic circuits 4 5 6 7 8 9 REFERENCE BOOKS:1. solution for feeding arrangements.No 1. II Vickers Sperry catalogue 22 . HYDRAULIC CONTROL IN MACHINE TOOLS. Thomas. 4. hydraulic systems for automation.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. Machine tool design–Acharkahn vol. Production System and Computer Aided Mfg – M. Course content AUTOMATION IN PRODUCTION 2.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Automation in Production and Hydraulic Control Sr. Design of systems for specific requirements.P. 3. concepts of transfer lines. unit built machines. working principles and techniques. 6. Seals. 2. introduction to servo systems. 3. Groover.
weldability. 5 NON CONVENTIONAL MACHINING: Mechanism. Reverse engineering. 3 WELDING: General concepts of weld design. permanent mould casting. residual stresses. distortion and their control. transfer medium. functional design. metallurgical factors. immediate source of energy and application of all non conventional processes. CASTING: Basic concepts of engineering analysis of casting.No 1. Virtual / Augmented reality. Solid-base curing and Direct manufacturing and rapid tooling 23 . deformation equations. Laser machining. DFX. Design for casting. deep hole drilling. influence of form and environment.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. analysis of stresses in welded structures. RP Methods. standards. vacuum casting. FORMING: Course content Fundamental theories of plasticity and mechanics of plastic deformation. identification of variables and analysis of EDM chemical machining. investment. shell. Design of Press Tools. 2. continuous casting. Co2 moulding and analysis of any one of the above processes. workability.. classification of metal forming processes and analysis of any one forming process. micro-Machining. Hydrostatic pressure. 4 MACHINING: Hot machining. Stress-strain relationships. Stereo lithography. permissible stresses. flaskless moulding. location and orientation of welds in an assembly. Ballistic particle Manufacturing. strength/weight considerations. residual stresses. Fused-deposition modeling. cryogenic machining. calculation of the size of welds for static and dynamic loading. upper bound analysis etc. Selective laser sintering. factors influencing the production of engineering casting to customer’s specifications. sources of fluctuation in properties. AJM and USM. polystyrene (full mould casting). Laminated-object manufacturing. methods for solution of problems in metal forming such as slab analysis. geometry.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Manufacturing Processes and Analysis Sr. centrifugal casting. 6 RAPID PROTOTYPING AND TOOLING: Geometrical modeling. dimensional features. deformation zone. metal spinning.
C. Principles of metal casting. V. Mechanical metallurgy. 6. E. Gaurav Gupta. Pandey.George E Dieter – McGraw Hill. Bapat. Sreenath Babu Akula. 7. Arnab Sarkar and S. Principles of industrial metal working process – Rowe G.R. W. Saket Anand. P.Pearson Education. Welding and its application. Modern machining processes.P. P. 4. Prasanth.Rossi B. 24 . H.REFERENCE BOOKS:1. D. Solanki. V. Rapid Product Development. Schmid.Synergic integration of time-compression technologies by K. Karunakaran. 2. 5.Heine & Rosenthal. Manufacturing Processes for Engineering Materials by Serope Kalpakjion and Steven R. 3. P. S. Shan. Venkatkrishnan.
25 . Methods of cost Estimates Industrial Engineering Approach parametric Approach. Inflation profitability of Investment and Investment Decision Analysis Sensitivity Analysis. PHI. Course content Importance of product design. Generation of Assembly Sequences. selection criteria Ashby Material selection chart. classification material performance characteristic.Gupta. Viz. DFA. TopDown and Bottom-Up Approaches of AM. product specification. FDM. concept generation and evaluation methods. Process selection – Importance types of manufacturing process and their classification Sources of information selection criteria Material and Process selection Methods. McGraw Hill. Advantages. Product Development Cycle and Importance of Prototyping. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1 Product Design and Manufacturing by A. Mathematics of Times Value of Money Cost Comparison Depreciation Taxes. 6. 3 Engineering Design by Dieter George E. R.Chitale. 3.C. AHP and fuzzy approach introduction to material and process selection software. Benchmarking – DFM. 4. Stereo lithography. 2 Product Design and Development by Ulirich Karl T. embodiment and detailed design. Accuracy and Economic Consideration. SLS etc. performance indices decision matrix.K. 5. type of design product definition. Handboook of Product Design for Manufacturing by Bralla. product and technology development cycle. supplier involvement robust design. 2. Principal and advantages & Different Type of Generative Manufacturing process. Mating Conditions Representation Schemes. Computer Database Approach. Types of prototypes. DFX. and Eppinger Steven D. Expert systems.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Product Design & Development Sr. James G. McGraw Hill. Factors Concerning to RP: Consideration for Adoptions. Material selection– Importance. McGraw Hill. Phases of product development: conceptual.No 1. Introduction to Assembly Modeling.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M.. QFD and concurrent engineering.
Working principles – Equipments – Process parameters – MRR – electrodes/ tools / power circuits – tool wear – Dielectric. 2. Principles – equipments – types – beam control techniquesapplications. 5 THERMAL ENERGY BASED PROCESSES: Laser Beam Machining. Working principles – equipments used – process parameters – MRR – Variation in techniques used – Applications. MECHANICAL ENERGY BASED PROCESSES: Abrasive Water Jet Machining. Principles of ECM-MRR-Electrical circuit – process parameters – ECG and ECH applications.flushing. 26 . Electro.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name Modern Machining Methods Sr.No 1. Need – clarification – Brief overview of all techniques. Plasma Arc Machining and Electron Beam Machining. Water Jet Machining. INTRODUCTION: Course content Unconventional Machining Process.maskantTechniques of applying maskants – Process parameters – MRR – Applications.Wire cut EDM – Applications. Ultrasonic Machining (AJM / WJM/ USM).Chemical Machining – Etchants. 3 ELECTRICAL ENERGY BASED PROCESSES: Electro Discharge Machining. 4 CHEMICAL AND ELECTRO-CHEMICAL ENERGY BASED PROCESSES: Chemical Machining.
Advanced Methods of Machining by McGeough.Pandey & H. 9. Influence of parameters in Ultrasonic Machining. Black and Ronald A. 8. Shan. 5. New Technology by A. Material & Processes in Manufacturing by Paul De Garmo.C. PHI. Manufacturing Science by Amitabha Ghosh. Study of Hot Machining. 3. Allied Publishers. London. Influence of parameters in Electro-Discharge Machining. 1. 2. 10.No 1. 6.T. 7. 4.Jain. 5. NY. Influence of parameters in Abrasive Jet Machining. Tata McGraw Hill. Benedict. Bhattacharya. Non traditional Manufacturing Processes by G. 6. Practicals Introduction to unconventional machining. 2. Study of Electron Beam Machining. Marcel Dekker Inc. Advanced Machining Processes by Vijay K. Study of Laser Beam Machining.Sr. REFERENCE BOOKS:Modern Machining Processes by P.F. 3. Kohser.. Study of Chemical and Electro-chemical Machining.S. 4. Study of Plasma Arc Machining. J. 7. 27 . Institute of Engineers. India. Chapman and Hall. Influence of parameters in Wire-cut EDM.
7. Analysis of 1D and 2D trusses. 5. 9. No. 6. At least one project and a case study should be carried out based on recent publications / research papers / technical development. Programs are to be developed and used in above topics. Beam analysis problems and their verification. 8. their formulation and use of software. 28 . 4. Analysis of 1D structural members and verification of the same through manual calculation. 2. Problem formulation of 1D & 2D heat transfer problem and verifying solution using software. Formulation of Dynamic problem and its solution for finding Eigen values and Eigen vectors. 1.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name FEM & Software Lab Sr. Preparation of 3D model of a part and its analysis. Study of Numerical procedures for the dynamic analysis of simple structures. Practicals Study of Finite Element Analysis and its different approaches. Basic procedure of Finite Element Method and Mathematical formulation of problems.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. 3.
Steps to implement CIMS. Computer Hardware. Software and functions. Computer Assisted Programming –APT and exercises. Specifications and features. 1. Scheduling Techniques and use of GT & JIT. Exercise on micro controller programming. Manual part programming Exercises. Manual part programming preliminaries. 9. CAM Software and an exercise Introduction. 4. CAD/CAM Integration and case study. 8. 7. 13. 6. 10. Introduction. Practicals Introduction and features of advanced CNC system. 2.GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY M. 29 . 11. Flexibilities. No.E Semester: 2 Mechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM) Subject Name CAM & Software Lab Sr. 3. Study of micro processors and micro controllers. 5. Construction and working. 12. Expert systems AI based scheduling.
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