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Hours per week Semester IV Lecture Practical Theory EXamination Term work Practical Examination Oral Examination 4
To prepare the student so as to enable him to apply standard Statistical techniques to problems in production Engineering involving areas of uncertainty such as inventory, maintenance, quality, resource availability and demand, etc. . Standard statistical techniques should be presented to the students from computational point of view. Mathematical proofs for technical results should, as far as possible, be avoided. However basic concepts and limitations of all statistical techniques must be specltied, Applications of standard statistical technique should be illustrated by means of a large number of numerical problems from production engineering and industrial statistics. " Eqyal weightage for all chapters.
Detailed Syllabus 1. Probability: Concept of random experiment and its sample space, classical definition of probability and probability as a function defined on sample space, addition theorem, conditional probability, multiplication theorem, expectation, central moments, Chebychev's inequa lity, Bayes theorem, moment generating function, measures of skewness and kurtosis.
2. Statistical Distributions: Hypergeometric, binomial, Poisson, negative binomial, exponential. normal, rectangular, gamma, beta, Weibull, Chi square, student's t, Snedecors F distributions. Central limit theorem, sampling distribution of X and p, standard errors of X and p.
3. Sampling from Finite Population: Concept of population, sample, simple random sampling with and without replacement; stratified, systematic, single, double and multi stage sampling; use of random numbers.
4. Decision Theory: Decisions under risk and uncertainty. expected value criteria; Laplace, minimax, Savage and Hurwicz criteria (on!y elementary treatment and simple problems).
Yates correction in chi square Single mean. double sampling plan (DSP). linear regression by least square method. Spearman's rank correlation coefficient. two sample of attributes. 5.5. 7.H. John wiley and Sons. A Statistical Theory wHh Engineering Application Ouanty Control and Industrial Statistics Statistical Quality Control Theory and Problems Statistics of Probability and by by by by Acheson J. proportions. Tests: rnean. bivariate frequency table and correlation coefficient.single sample proportion. Design of Experiments: randomized randomized block designs. partial and multiple correlation coefficients . Phutane. producer's and consumer's risks.anatysts of variance' for one way and two way mean. simple and composite hypotheses. 7. operating curve (OC) function. two sample orthogonal data. Small Sample Single sample classifications. Testing of Hypothesis: Null and alternative hypotheses. Spigel. properties of correlation coefficient. application areas in production (multiple regreSSion equation). . 3. sequential probability ratio test (SPRT). Completely squares.Bowker. 8. estimation of parameters of distributions. G. Schaum's Series. REFERENCES: 1. Bross. Lieberman. McGraw Hill Book Company. 1982. (Papers ". and III Books) AHald. Lewin Outline 11 . McMillan Bombay University Distance Education Course. 6. (chi Square test). 1964 Murray R. Type I and Type" errors. Duncan: Taraporewala Grant Eugene L. 9. level of significance and power of the test. Latin square and orthogonal Latin 9. Large Sample sample Tests: two sample mean.J. . 12. Malhotra Weatherburn: Uspenskey Iyer. Desiqn for Decisions Statistics for Managers by by . average sample number (ASN) function. Shashmani. dependence 8. 4. 10. fitting curves by least square method. 2. 6. Correlation and Regression Analysis: Karl Pearson's product moment correlation coefficient. methods of moments. McGraw Hill. likelihood function. Engineering Statistics Introduction to Mathematical Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Probability Statistical Techniques Study Material for DORM Statistics by by by by by by A. single sampling plan (SSP). test.
Boiler JOInts. desig n of square and rectang u la r keys. Weightage ~ ~i ~ f~ ~ ~. . (circular rings and chain links are excluded).circular. Muff coupling. design of rivets or bolts subjected to eccentric loading on the above types of frame fastenings. protected type flange coupling. I r I r I '. e ~ t. reliability.." gib and cotter joint. square. i. knuckle jolnts. strength of joints : cotter joints. triangular. twisting and bending moments. single riveted.. 4. pinned jOints. T. (Production) Hours per week Semester Lecture Practical IV 4 2 4 hours Evaluation Theory Examination Term work Practical Examination Oral Examination 100 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks Objective To impart knowledge of analysis and design of various machine elements for function. sleeve type cotter joint. 3. finding area of cross section of machine members or frames having foHowing cross sections . . Equal emphasis on concepts and problem solving.E. square. . relevant data must be given in the question paper.__Shafts and Keys and Couplings: Shafts subjected to axial. rectangular. box. Operational Joints: Introduction. 1. use of Indian Boiler Regulation (IBR) in desiqn. longitudinal and circumferential Joints. rectangular. marine type coupling. T. Approach Design data handbook is not allowed during examination. ~ . Curved &Iembers and Crane Hooks: Having follovo/lng cross sections only: Circular... split muff coupling. flange coupling. trianqutar.. Riveted Joints: Desrqn of joints subjected to eccentric loading. safety. chain and zig-zag riveted arrangements.ENGINEERING DESIGN S./' 5· Machine Elements: Machine parts subjected to direct and eccentric loading. trapezoidal 2.. I and trapezoidal sections only. bush pin type coupling. double riveted and triple riveted joints having equal/unequal covet straps. standardisation and aesthetics. Equal weightage for all chapters Detailed Syllabus ~.
At least one class test must be conducted at the middle of the semester and weightage of 10 marks must be assigned for this test while evaluating the term work. 4 & 8 consisting of at least problems in each chapters.C.:.Wrigley 3.. . At least five assignments consisting of four problems from each of the chapters 1. crank.F.:~ gears.2. two REFERENCES: 1. terminology and applications: design o: s. -?S.. Pressure cylinders. 2.e..5. 4. . Design of Ie Engine Parts: I.----_. 8. plotting hoop and radial stress distribution . Spotts Schaum's Series Keval Pujara Black Patel.Shah M.K. Pa. Design and drawing based on chapters 3.Jain J. eccentric. of 7.6 & 7as shown in the detailed syllabus. -'. 8.E. Vessels : Thick and compound cylinders.S.Pandya & C. Term Work 1. piston.c. Elernents of Machine Desiqn De$ign of Machine Elements Engineering Desiqn Engineering Design Engineeri!19 Design Engineering Design Machine Design Engineering Design by by by by by by by by N. . 3. 6. design of gears for wear ana mounting of gears. and the drawings are to be drawn on half imperial drawing sheets for the designed dimensions using conventional standards..~dya R. 7.2 :~ickness hoop and radial stresses. determination o: . 2. 4. Gear Wheels : Types of gears. engine connecting rods.S.'. 6. 5.simple gear Calculations based on Lewis equation.Taylor & J. The final term work report should consist of the assignments as shown in 1 & 2 and the test papers as shown in 3 above.
. . and Measurements: Maxwell Bridge. _.$. registers.. components of digital systems. types. speed control of DC motor. equivalent Circuit.working principle. characteristlcs.. 5.._~. b2rque speed characteristics.I . instrumentation and automation. ~nstrumentation Oscilloscope. EMF equation..working principle. torque equation. starting methods and stepper motors.E.. applications of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCR) in control of DC & AC motor. OP-AMP applications. classification..-Electromechanical Energy Con~ersion: T~ree pha§. ~ DC Machines.. Kelvin double bridges. Detailed Syllabus . construction. Microprocessors and instructions). demultiplexers.._.:/~ ELECTRICAL AND ELEClRONICS ENGINEERING S. multiplexers. re lation of voltage and motor speed (microprocessor block diagram and flow chart ap roach only) ~nd plications: Memory systems. Weightage Equal weightage for all chapters.induction motor. DC Generator . _2. Digital Systems: Primary logic: theory. Approach Emphasis on concepts. lineacand digital IC's. counters. programmable controllers. machine tools. of electrical energy and devices used in production engineering.. rr /. working principle. Integrated Circuits and Devices: Operational Amplifiers . ideal OP-AMP ratings.p . Micropr essor (Q1}ly 8085 Architecture based. reslstance-weldinq (welding control with soud-stateeircuits) . principles and applications. DC motor . (Production) Hours per week Evaluation Semester IV Lecture Practical Theory Examination J •• Terin work Practical Examination Oral Examination 4 2 4 hours 100 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks' Objective Study as an allied discipline. simplifying and implementation of logical functions.. .. types.. decoder and encoder.basics. starting methods of 3-phase induction motors.3.. Solid State Controls and Appllcations: Timers and relays.
Study of counters. 1.G. 2. . 8.. 4.Practicals : List of Experiments: i) ii) iii) Characteristics of 3-Phase Induction motor DC Motor characteristics. and. Application of timers. 5. IV) v) vi) vii) viii) ix} x) xi) xii) circuits). Speed control of DC Motors . Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory Electric Machines and Transformers OP-Amplifier Microprocessor Digital Principles & Applications by by by by by by by by Boylestad & Nashelsky '. and at least 8 experiments must be conducted from the list given as above in the list of experiments.E. SCR Electrical Technology Electrical Machines 7. Report on laboratory experiments based on the 'above chapters. At least 5 assignments consisting of minimum 5 problems in each assignment from among the 6 chapters must be submitted along with the laboratory report and the test papers. Term work: At least one class test must be conducted in the middle of the semester and 10 marks weightage must be assigned to it during the evaluation of the term work. OP-AMP applications. Study of logic Gates. 2.M~ Cotton M. Anderson leonard D. Double Bridge. Say 3. Starting methods of DC Motors. 3. 6. Kelvin. REFERENCES: 1.Jack Macneil Gayakwad Gaonkar Malvino & Leach G. SCR application in AC and DC Motors. up programming (simple programmes without any interfacing Study of PLC.
Larcy's equation. valves. ram units and rotary actuators..FLUID MECHANfCS AND MACHlNES S. 2. automation 'and instrumentation. losses in bends. Objective Prepare a theoretical base for use offiuld power for general understanding and in production technology. performance CUNes for variable speed drives. transmission of pressure in a fluid. fluid application to manometer.gear. their stress strain relationship (general description only). forces 'on immersed bodies. Approach Weightage Detailed syllabus: 1. momentum equation. (Production) Hours per week Evaluation Semester IV lecture Practical Theory Examination Term Work Practical Examination Oral Examination 3 Hours 2 Hours 3 Hours 100 Marks. equation. Flow in pipes: Laminar and turbulent tlmv in pipes (elementary treatment only). centre of pressure horizontal and vertical plane surfaces. pressure at a point in fluid. Fluid Dynamics: Various types of flow (general description only). Hydraulic pumps and motors: Introduction. combination of pump and motor units. 25 Marks. variation of pressure with depth. Laminar flow between parallel plates one of which is moving. and' laminar flow between flat parallel stationary plates. continuity equation. 4. Newtonian and non-Newtonian. vane and piston PUfllPS. variable capacity and fixed capacity types . . 25 Marks. principles and applications supplemented by problems. energy ~. Emphasis on concepts. only applications are to be imparted). General properties of fluids and fluid statics: Viscous-fluics. thrust on plane surface. Application of energy and continuity equation for fluid flow measurement In closed conduit (No derivations. machine tools.couplings and 3. Equal weightage for all chapters .E.
3. 2. AB. pressure compensated flow control valves. 3. check valve. Valves: Introduction. Oil hydraulic circuits: of valves in circuit. meter-in Introduction. direction control valves. L. general classification circuit. by by H. 6. At least one class test must be conducted at the middle of the semester and 10 marks weightage must be assigned for the evaluation of test in the term work. The final report should contain all of the above as shown 1. unloading valves. Sperry & Vickers Co. basic circuits. in REFERENCES: 1.5. 2 and 3. by by by for V. 5. meter-out circuit. 4. At least five assignments comprising of minimum 5 problems in each assignment must be submitted along with the laboratory reports from among the above 6 chapters. types of valves viz. 1.Streeter and E. Goodwin. relief valve. Term work: Report on laboratory experiments based on the above chapters. sequence valves and counter balance valves. .Ste\_Vart. speed control valves. pressure compensating valves.B.Bansal.L. At least 6 experiments are to be conducted. 4.Wylie RK. Fluid Mechanics Fluid Mechanics Power Hydraulics Industrial Hydraulics Hydraulic Production and Manual Pneumatic Power and Hydraulic Machines 2.
tooling setup for simple work pieces. tool and cutter grinders. (Production) Semester IV Lecture Practical Theory Examination Term work Practical Examination Oral Examination Hours per week 3 3 Hours 100 Marks Evaluation Objective Understanding of types. p!unge centre type. types of bonds. high speed drilling attachments. . grade. Weightage Equal weightage for all chapters. in feed. self opening die heads. thread milling. thread roiling.. - Grinding process. centreless grinding machines-through feed.Thread Cutting Machines: Ihread production process. and hoppers for feeding. /E.. threading attachments. special attachments. universal. Grinding wheels . single spindle and multi-spindle. end feed. thread grinding. construction. and angential (tool geometry omitted). grinding fluids. IS for marking system of grinding wheel. Detailed Syllabus Automats: Major classification. internal grlnding machines. magnetic tapes. typical . die threading md tapping. horizontal and vertical. special grinding machines. paper tape. plain. structure. Copying Lathes: NC and CNGlathes. chasers . thread whirling./ -~ . chutes. . Screw. chucking type. safety. selection of grinding wheels. mounting of grinding wheels. screw type and swiss type. grinding machines-cylindrical. magazines. functional features & use of metal cutting machine tools. eNC turning centers. Approach Emphasis on role and capability of machine tools as a productive resource and cost centre. truing and dressing. affecting quality and prod uctivity.MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING II ( . centre type. grain size. working principles and fundamentals of programming. tools and tool holders.: Types of abrasives-natural.radial. thread chasinq. bar type and chuck type. artificial.horizontal. Grinding Machines: . vertical spindle-rotary/reciprocating types. and operations on workpiece and production related req ulrements. balancing of grindmg wheels. shapes and sizes. leading to engineering decisions.
gear burnish. 5.). material (too! geometry omitted. 6. 7. special purpose machines.6. gear grinding. Publishing Co. 3." gear s iaper cutter (tool geometry omitted. 1. Gear finishing processes-gear shaving.K. Ha)ra Chowdhary and Bose Vol II De Garrno I Begman. . Modern developments: Machining centres.H. gear lapping. Raghuvanshi Chapman Vol 1 and 2 and 3 R. Production Technology Elements of workshop Technology Material and manufacturing processes Manufacturing process Production Tethnology Production Technology Production Technology by by by by by HMT T. gear hobbing-principles of hobbing (kinerna:i:s ::r. machines and application ). Electrochemical machining (ECM) Chemical machining (CHM) Ultrasonic machining (USM) Abrasive jet machining (AJM) Laser beam machining (LBM) Electron beam machining (EBM) Plasma arc machining (PAM) REFERENCES: . 8. Jain by by . Unconventional machining processes (only basic principles. 4. 7.~sd\ hobbinq techniques. hob size. Electrical discharge machining ·(EDM). 2. Gear Teeth Cutting Machines: Gear milling.ing.M.
Equation of state of ideal gas. Work done in steady flow processes in terms of pressure and volume. Zeroth law of thermodynamics. thermodynamic work. Second law of thermodynamics: Limitations of first law of thermodynamics. surrounding. Temperature. Principle of increase of entropy. Entropy of isolated system in real processes. Joule Thomson coefficient. state. JotJiers experiment of inte~1 energy. System. (Pl"oduction) Hours THERMAL ENGINEERING Semester IV Lecture Practical Theory Examination Term work Practical Examination Oral "Examination r: 5 2 per week Evaluation 4 Hours 100 Marks 25 Marks 25 Marks Objective Study as an allied discipline to prepare a theoretical base for genera! understanding and application in production engineering. analytical Approach Weightage Detailed Syllabus ! Revision of Thermodynamics concepts: '. enthalpy. Universal and specific gas co~ant. heat.. Entropy and disorder. Emphasis on concepts. Joule's porous plug experiment.E. path property. Entropy: Clausius inequality.\... -.entropy diagrams. condenser etc. Kelvin-Planck and Clausius statements and their equivalence Perpetual motion machines of first and second kind. work. Application to boder. con~~nt volurne. control volume. -: S. First law appli~o non-cyclic process. 2. 5. . 4. viz. Application of First law to non flow processes. First law of thermodynamics: Joule's experiment to verify first law. First law of thermodynamics applied to flow processes: Flow. Entropy. thermal equilibrium. Reversible and irreversible process. 3. Intern2. Carnot's theorem Thermodynamic temperature scale. Heat engine.eonstant pressure. thermal efficiency. Carnot cycle. constant temperature. Entropy changes for an ideal gas during reversible processes. Application offirst law to open system. Steady 'flow energy equation. Equal weightage for all chapters. adiamrrte and polytropic processes. heat and work calculations. temperature .lenergy as a property. Throttling process. coefficient of performance. principles and treatment supplemented by problem solving. reversed heat engine. nozzle.
. -~~. capacity of heating coil. air refriqeration..AD.P. constant volume cycle gas turbirie' . isothermal and adiabatic efficiency. Work and power calculation. Adiabatic saturation temperature. Calculation of I.. fuel injector and nozzle of I. air standard eHiciency and mean effective pressure. -. h. . sensible heat added..2. and B. Ignition system of S. .. Ideal intercooler pressure. Study of domestic refrigerator and water cooler. r 9._ composite plane and cylindrica! wall. determination of indicated and brake thermal efficiency and specific fuel consumption. Conduction through a . heat transfer by.I engines. heat transfer between two fluids separated by composite plane and cylindrical wall.I. engines...Jien'slaw.·>. Reynoid and Prandtl number. Study of simple carburettor. vapour absorption system of refrigeration. engines. R~~resentation on psychrometric chart Calculation of capacity of cooling coil. Air conditioning processes required for winter and summer air conditioning. Heat .P. Over all heat transfer coefficient.. Bell Coleman cycle or PV and T. Air motors..and forced convection.. S. . effects of sub cooling.P. .. C.. \ " . single stage reciprocating air compressor without clearance.•. power and thermal efficiency. C.O~P.. 7.: '~ One dimensional.P . heating and humidification. etc. Heat exchangers. ~·:". Vapour cornpresson refriger2tion system. Nussett. C. _ : . Closed cycle gas turbine..conduction thrqugh plane w31l.. . and volumetric efficiency.L and C.. ' .P. Applications of air conditioning.::. 'Transfer : d~~' _ _ .C. Fr=e. Radiation heat transfer. Engines: Otto.C. Enthalpy of moist air..I··. : ~'. classification.•'..-. F. conditioning system. Comparison of ammonia.J.) . cooling and humidification processes.. Effect of clearance volume. Governing of I. . radial heat trans'er ·by conducting through.. Freon (R-11 and R-22)'as refrige!'ants.. cooling and humidification. reflectivity and transmissivity. Study ~f mixing. mass of water removed.C.O. study of window air conditioner and package air conditioner. Absorptivity. Air compressors : Uses of compressed air. Heat flow by convection. . Open cycle' gas turbine. _. i·l L~. engines.. .O. steady state. C92. engines. heat balance of human body. engines. . Central air .iagrams. and power calculations..C. diagram.. Types of heat exchangers. Diesel and dual combustion cycles..·. _.C.. Stefan Baltzman's and Kirchoffs laws: ~ 10.:power. Cooling and lubrication systems of l. study of constructional details of I C. sensible heating and cooling. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: Applications of refrigeration. J': . Four stroke and two stroke cycle!. two stage air compressor with perfect inter cooling. work. 8. capacity and mass flow rate calculations. F. log Mean Temperature Difference. Constant pressure Joule cycle with isentropic and irreversible adiabatic expansion . Representation anT-So and pooH diagram.6_ Analysis of l. . 'Classification of air conditioning systems.... engines. and ton of refrigeration. '. relative C.. Valve timing d.S. Desirable properties of an ideal refrigerant. fuel pump.hollow cylinder and ·hollow· sphere. -. V. Heat balance sheet. S0. ~ . Testing of l.. Monochromatic emissive power. Gas Turbines : Advantages and disadvantages of gas turbines. :i. Engines.:.
and the test papers. R.ts be conducted. . Reprint 1992 M. P.Mayhew (ELBS/Longman Publication). ..R. 3. rJjcGraw Hill Book Co.Nag (Tata McGraw Hill Pubushers).K. Khanna Publishers. 6. 1. 3..s Mayhav Y.A. New York 1961. Mathur and S. Jain Brothers.F. .. Rogers. 2.Term work: Report on laboratory experiments based on the above chapters. Reprint 1994 I for engineers Thennal Engineering by Recommended for Reading: 1. Thermodynamics Domkundwar.C. Thennal Engineering A course in Thermal Engineering Engineering Engineering by by by by by by R. At least 6 expenrr.Saad.C. Volume Thermodynamics .Rajput. Kothandataman and Khajuria.K. 4.C.' 5. Thermodynamics engines.er. Orient Longman 1967 .R. 2.Hollman.Yadav. Mc Graw Hill Book Co. 2.P. Thermodynamics Engineering Thermodynamic. and Rogers G. 1976. are to REFERENCES: 1.F. McGraw Hill Book Co. Thermodynamics Engineering Thermodynamics by by by by W. Central Public House. M. Reprint 1991 Ballahney..Gupta. The final report should contain all of the above as shown in 1. Laxmi Publication 4. 2. 3. Y. 4.L. 1974. At least one class test must be conducted at the middle of the semester and 10 marks wejghtage must be assigned for the evaluation of test in the term work. Thermodynamics and Heat G. At least five assignments comprising of minimum 5 problems in each assignment must be submitted along with the laboratory reports from among the above 10 chapters.e.Reynolds. 7. Danpatrai Publication. J..
Assembly and dissembly of some of mac'uninq fixture. etc.":. Practical examination: Practical examination will 08 held for 4 hours only and shall consist of preparation precision turning. grinding (cylindrical I surface) etc.'T d-?" ·" WORKSHOP PRACTICE . viz. 2. Term work: Should contain the jobs done as shown in 1. screw cutting. milling. Standard additional parts like screws. Training in identification of resources.~r . Assembly and dissembly of machine tool sub assembly. precision turning.E. rivets. . circlip. One composite job consisting of minimum four parts employing operations on lathe. boring. milling. drilling. boring etc.2. constraints and organizing for the work to meet quantity. -eperauons. and involving use of shaping. of jobs in . screw cutting. 3. drill jig etc.. grinding. may be used if required. dowels.Performance and the work carried out from among the operations shown in detailed syllabus will be evaluated Approach 'Weightage Detailed Syllabus Machine Shop: 1. drilling. quality and delivery' date requirements . springs. etc. (Production) Hours per week Semester IV Lecture Practical Theory Examination Term work Practical Examination Oral Examination 3 Evaluation 50 Marks 50 Marks Objective In continuation of the subject in ea tier semesters develop procedural and manual skills in planning the resources and produCing a complete end product... shaping.and 3 above of the detailed syllabus.IV S..
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