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Scheme and Syllabus of B.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 3RD TO 8TH Semester 2011-2012
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) THIRD SEMESTER
Scheme of Examination Schedule of Teaching Sub. Code MEC-301 MEC-302 MEC-352 MEC-303 MEC-353 MEC-354 MEC-305 MEC-355 MEC-306 Subject Applied Thermodynamics-1 Mechanics of Materials-I Mechanics of Materials-I Theory of Machines-1 Theory of Machines-1 Machine Drawing Manufacturing Processes Manufacturing Processes Computational Methods L 3 3 0 3 0 0 3 0 3 T 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 P 0 0 2 0 2 6 0 2 0 Total 4 4 2 4 2 6 3 2 4 Credits 4 4 1 4 1 3 3 1 4 50 3 50 100 50 3 50 100 50 50 3 50 100 50 150 Paper 50 50 Theory Hrs. 3 3 Sess. 50 50 Total 100 100 50 Sess. Practical / Drawing
Vocational Training after 2nd Semester*
350 Total: 850
*These marks are based upon four weeks Vocational Training in the workshop after second semester
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) FOURTH SEMESTER
Scheme of Examination Sub. Code MEC-401 MEC-451 MEC-402 Subject Applied Thermodynamics-II Applied Thermodynamics-II Mechanics of Materials-II L 3 0 3 Schedule of Teaching T P Total Credits 1 0 1 0 2 0 4 2 4 4 1 4 50 3 50 100 Paper 50 Theory Hrs. Sess. 3 50 Practical / Drawing Total 100 50 Sess.
Theory of Machines-II
MEC-453 MEC-404 MEC-454 MEC-405 MEC-406
Theory of Machines-II Materials & Heat Treatment Materials & Heat Treatment Manufacturing Technology- I Fluid Mechanics Total
0 3 0 3 3 18
0 0 0 0 1 4
2 0 2 0 0 6
2 3 2 3 4 28
1 3 1 3 4 25 50 50 300 3 3 50 50 300 100 100 600 50 3 50 100
150 Total :750
There will be four weeks vocational training after 4th Semester either in the College or in the Factories approved by the Principal / Head of the Department (ii)
II Manufacturing Technology.II Design of Machines Elements-II Design of Machines Elements-II Computer Aided Design. & Manufacturing Computer Aided Design. & Manufacturing Vocational Training after 4th Semester Total: 3 3 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 6 100 100 100 100 - 3 3 3 3 - 50 50 150 150 60 40 40 40 100 50 150 60 100 50 150 60 100 MEC 505 3 1 0 4 100 3 50 150 MEC 555 MEC 556 0 15 0 3 3 15 3 33 500 250 750 60 100 340 40 0 160 Total : 1250 100 100 500 (iii) . Code Subject L Schedule of Teaching T P Total Paper Theory Hrs.BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) FIFTH SEMESTER Scheme of Examination Sub. Sess. Viva-Voce Total MEC 501 MEC 502 MEC 552 MEC 503 MEC 553 MEC 504 MEC 554 Fluid Mechanics Theory of Machines-II Theory of Machines-II Manufacturing Technology. Total Practical / Drawing Sess.
Sess. Total Practical / Drawing Sess. Viva-Voce Total MEC 601 MEC 651 MEC 602 MEC 652 MEC-603 MEC-653 MEC-604 MEC-654 MEC 605 MEC-606 Mechanical Vibrations Mechanical Vibrations Heat Transfer Heat Transfer Finite Element Methods Finite Element Methods Fluid Machinery Fluid Machinery Production Technology Non Conventional Machining Total : 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 3 18 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 12 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 3 3 34 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 75 575 3 3 50 25 275 150 100 850 240 160 Total : 1250 400 There will be four weeks Vocational Training in the manufacturing concerns after 6th semester (iv) .BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) SIXTH SEMESTER Scheme of Examination Sub. Code Subject Schedule of Teaching L T P Total Paper Theory Hrs.
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) SEVENTH SEMESTER Scheme of Examination Schedule of Teaching Sub. Code Subject L T P Total Paper Theory Hrs. Sess. Practical / Drawing Viva-Voce Total MEC-701 MEC-751 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 3 0 1 0 0 3 4 3 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 MEC-702 MEC-752 Automatic Control Automatic Control 3 0 1 0 0 3 4 3 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 MEC-703 MEC-753 Finite Element Methods Finite Element Methods 3 0 1 0 0 3 4 3 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 MEC-704 MEC-754 Elective-I Elective-I 3 0 1 0 0 3 4 3 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 MEC-755 Minor Project 0 0 5 5 100 50 150 MEC-756 Vocational Training after 6th Semester 100 0 100 Total 12 4 17 33 400 12 200 600 440 1250 210 650 (v) . Total Sess.
& Manufacturing Computer Aided Design. Sess. The number of elective subjects to be offered in the 8th semester will be announced by the Branch coordinator depending upon the availability of staff. The examination will be conducted in S. OR OPTION 2 Paper Code MEC-856 Paper Title Industrial Training Duration 6 Months (vi) Marks Univ. In case of elective subject where there is no lab. & Manufacturing Computational Fluid Dynamics Computational Fluid Dynamics Elective-II Elective-II Major Project Total 1 2 3 4 Schedule of Teaching L T P Total 3 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 Paper 100 Theory Hrs. system of units. 600 Total 1250 . Practical / Drawing Viva-Voce Total MEC-802 MEC-852 MEC-803 MEC 853 MEC-804 MEC-854 MEC-855 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 12 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 5 17 4 3 4 3 4 3 5 32 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 3 50 150 60 40 100 100 3 50 150 60 150 40 100 260 1250 100 250 650 400 12 200 600 390 The project will continue for a period of two weeks after 8th semester examinations. Exam 650 Internal Ass.I. 3 50 Total 150 60 40 100 Sess. Code MEC-801 MEC-851 Subject Automobile Engineering Automobile Engineering Computer Aided Design. project work/ seminar may be given.BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) EIGHTH SEMESTER OPTION 1 Scheme of Examination Sub.
The marks for six months training will be equal to the total marks of 8th Semester study. The student got selected for job in campus placement and the employer is willing to take that student for the training. For pursuing this training student needs the prior approval from the Coordinator of the respective branch. b. (vii) . research institution provided that student should not be paying any money to get trained. The student got offer of pursuing training from reputed government research organization/govt.Student can exercise OPTION 1 or OPTION 2 according to the following: A student may opt for one semester training in lieu of subjects of 8th Semester. A student can opt for six month semester training under following conditions:a. sponsored projects/govt.
Elective.1 MEC 704 (a) MEC 754 (a) MEC 704 (b) MEC 754 (b) MEC 704 (c) MEC 754 (c) MEC 704 (d) MEC 754 (d) MEC 704 (e) MEC 754 (e) MEC 704 (f) MEC 754 (f) Thermal Plant Engineering Thermal Plant Engineering Gas Dynamics Gas Dynamics Bearings and Lubrication Bearings and Lubrication Experimental Stress Analysis Experimental Stress Analysis Work Study Work Study Industrial Automation Industrial Automation (viii) .BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) ELECTIVE SUBJECTS 7th Semester :.
II MEC 804 (a) MEC 854 (a) MEC 804 (b) MEC 854 (b) MEC 804 (c) MEC 854 (c) MEC 804 (d) MEC 854 (d) MEC 804 (e) MEC 854 (e) MEC 804 (f) MEC 854 (f) MEC 804 (g) MEC 854 (g) Theory of Elasticity & Plasticity Theory of Elasticity & Plasticity Metrology Metrology Mechanical Handling Mechanical Handling Renewable Energy Sources Renewable Energy Sources Plastic and Rubber Technology Plastic and Rubber Technology Advanced Fluid Machinery Advanced Fluid Machinery Production and Operations Management Production and Operations Management (ix) .Elective.8th Semester :.
Boiler mountings and accessories. Cylinder arrangements for multi stage compressors. Operation of single stage reciprocating compressors. Balanced draught. Modern high pressure boilers. Steam Generators: (5) Classification of steam generators. general relationship of area velocity and pressure in nozzle flow. Characteristics and advantages of high pressure boilers. Reciprocating air motors. Flow of steam through nozzles. Effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. Supersaturated flow. classification of air compressors.4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. 1. 4. Locomotive. Forced and Induced draught. Critical pressure conditions for maximum discharge. Idea of total or stagnation enthalpy and pressure . Reciprocating Air Compressors: (5) Use of compressed air in industry. Chimney efficiency. Nozzles and Diffusers : (4) Types and utility of nozzles. Draught losses. boiler efficiency. Babcock and Wilcox boilers. Boiler Draught : (4) Classification. Nozzle efficiency. Utility of steam accumulation. work input and the best index of compression.SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) THIRD SEMESTER L 3 T 1 P 0 MEC 301: Applied Thermodynamics-I Part A Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. . parameters affecting the performance of nozzle. Its thermal and polytropic efficiency. Performance of reciprocating compressors. Classification of diffusers. Part B 5. Natural. effect of friction and area change. Heat loss and boiler plant. Work input in multistage compression. Power required to drive fan. Multi stage compression and its advantages. Principles and operations of steam accumulators. Boiler trial and heat balance. Description of Cochran. Lancashire. 3.e. Comparison. Effect of friction. Estimation of height and diameter of chimney condition for maximum discharge. Equivalent Evaporation. Performance of Steam Generators : (3) Evaporation. 2.
losses in steam turbine. 8. Most economical ratio of blade speed to steam speed for single stage and multi stage impulse turbine . Pvt. Metropolitan Co. Khanna publisher Delhi. R.6. Blade materials. 2005. Methods of checking and preventing air infiltration. General description. ELBS-Publications.Blade efficiency and overall efficiency. Reaction Turbine : (5) Degree of reaction. compounding of impulse turbine.4th edition Delhi. MEC 302 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-I L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: Eight questions to be set in all.Yadav 5. : Thermal Engineering. Edward’s air pump. Impulse Steam Turbine : (5) Principle of operation of simple impulse turbine. L. Central Publishers. Brief description of different types of condensers. Methods of attachment of blades to turbine rotor. Ltd. pressure and velocity compounding. blade efficiency and its derivation. Ballaney 3. PART – A 1.D. . Dalton’s law of partial pressure applied to condenser problems. calculation of blade height etc. Pearson 2007 : Thermodynamics and Heat Engines (vols. Reheat factor and condition curve. Cooling water calculations. selecting at least two questions from each part. P. WAJ Keartan T. velocity diagrams. Description of air pump . Elements of condensing plants. : Applied Thermodynamics. Effect of air leakage.2003. Effect of blade friction on velocity diagram. Thermal Stresses: (2) . Requirement of modern condenser. CBS publications. : Engineering Thermodynamics. 7. Work and Heat transfer. Vasandani and Dr. Labyrinth packing and governing of steam turbine. Kumar 2. ELBS Series.Eastop & Amc. 2003. Dr. Candidates are required to attempt a total of five questions. Allahabad. Velocity diagram and work done. Pearson Education. Conkey : Heat Engineering. Books Suggested 1. 4th edition. Condensers : (4) Utility of condenser..2002 : Steam Turbine Theory and practice. Combination of velocity diagram. condenser and vacuum efficiencies. 6. ELBS Publications. Requirement of an ideal working fluid. Rogers and Mayhew 4. I & II).
slope and deflection. Simple Problems 6. Fixed at one end and simple supported at other end with or without overhangs Fixed at both ends : . maximum principal strain. 2. Strain energy of dilation and distortion due to three principal stresses. Macaulay's method. Distribution of Shear Stresses in Beams: (5) Derivation of general formula and its application to rectangular. Method of integration. 3. Mohr’s stress circle. temperature effect in compound bars. maximum shear stress. shear. shear stress and strain on any plane. derivation and application of formulae in 2-D stress and strain system for: Normal stress and strain on any place. T. maximum shear stress and strain. Application of these theories of failures to 2-D stress problems such as (i) Combined bending and torsion and (ii) Combined torsion and axial loads Part B 5. Strain Energy: (4) Strain energy. strain energy due to gradually applied loads (axial. stress calculation due to combination of longitudinal and temperature stresses. fixing moment and reactions by Macaulay's double integration methods for beams. Theories of Elastic Failures: (4) Maximum principal stress. triangular. Stress due to suddenly applied and impact loads. Castigliano's theorem and Maxwell's theorem of reciprocal deflection (proof not required for these theorems) Use of all these methods to calculate slope and deflection for cantilever & simply supported beams with or without overhang under various types of loads and its combinations 7. Comparison and graphical representation of these theories for 2-Dimensional stress condition. b. Slope and Deflection: (7) Relationship between bending moment. Moment area method. Fixed Beams: (7) Calculation of deflection. Stresses and Strains at an oblique plane: (4) 2-D stress and strain systems. position of maximum shear stress/ strain planes. a.Longitudinal stresses in fixed bars of uniform cross-section. bending moment and torque). 4. principal stress and strain. Circular and hollow circular sections. total strain energy and distortion energy theories. position of principal planes.
ii. Determine strain aging phenomenon of given metal. Khanna Book Publishing Co. Hibbler. 1969. D. 6. 2nd edition.). Edition 2nd . Study of creep testing machine. compression. BOOKS SUGGESTED: 1. Determine and plot shear stress distribution in various beams through interactive C.e. 18th Edition. bending and shear. Combination of the above loads. Study of wood testing machine and performance of various tests on it.. Macmillians. 2009. iv. 4. Ltd. Study of Fatigue testing machine and perform fatigue test on various materials. Vicker. 1999 : : : : 7. MEC-303: THEORY OF MACHINES-1 L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Introduction to Matlab MEC 352: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS – I L 0 T 0 P 2 List of Experiments: 1. 2007 Rudrapratap. Bedi. 4. Popov. Determine the hardness of various materials with Brinell. 5th Edition. 3rd edition. Standard Publisher. PART-A . Kripal Singh. 7th edition. Uniformly distributed load (UDI) Uniformly varying loads. Delhi. 2. 5. Determination & plot various cylindrical and spherical shells parameters through interactive C/C++ computer programming or using MATLAB. two. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Determine the stiffness of a spring on a spring tester. 3.Under following loads: i. Concentrated loads (one. Bending moment and Shear Force diagrams for the above cases./C++ computer programming or using MATLAB. Pearson Education . H. CBS Delhi..S. iii. 6th edition. 2007. 2. London. Mechanics of Materials Strength of Materials Strength of Materials Mechanics of Materials Mechanics of solids Mechanics of Materials : : Timoshenko & Gere. 6. Study of Universal Testing Machine and perform tensile. 8.s Pyramind and Rockwell hardness testing. 7. Ryder. 3. 5. or three etc. 9. Delhi.
description of vacuum brake. flat. types of chains. acceleration diagrams of all basic mechanisms including quick return motion mechanism. Mechanism. effect of sleeve friction. rope and chain drive. pivots and collars plate and cone-clutches. co-efficient of fluctuation of speed and energy. Bevis. simple Problems of these brakes. Inversions of slider crank chains. 3: Kinematics Synthesis of Mechanism. crowning of pulley. friction circle and the friction axis of a link. Grubler criterion and Numerical problems 2. (4) Movability. velocity. Simple problems on turning moment diagrams and the determination of size of a flywheel taking centrifugal stresses into consideration. 4: Flywheel and Turning Movement Diagrams: (4) Turning moment and crank effort diagrams for steam and I. Couple. Basic concepts: (3) Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines. idle pulley. Forces on slider crank mechanism. belt transmission dynamometer. Two and three position synthesis of Four-bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism. velocity ratio. 5: Force Analysis: (4) Equations of equilibrium. types and characteristics of governors. Transmission angle. Porter and Proell governors. equilibrium of three force and four force systems. Limit position and Least square techniques. 7: Belts.Isochronism and hunting of governors. angle and right angle drive. relative motion of parts of Mechanism. PART-B 6: Friction (4) Efficiency of inclined plane. Hartnell and Wilson-Hartnell spring loaded governors. Simple numerical problems on these governors. Frudensteins’s equation. . measurement of power by Prone brake and rope brake dynamometer. stepped or cone pulleys. Fluctuation of speed. intermediate or counter shaft pulley. Pairs. Number synthesis. Advanced problems involving their application and torque calculation. link. Degrees of freedom. internal expanding shoe brakes. Mechanism. ratio of tensions on tight and slack sides of belt. Sensitivity. quick return mechanism. 8: Brakes and Dynamometer: (4) Types of brakes. Block’s method. types of dynamometer. four bar mechanism and slider crank mechanism with friction at turning pairs and numerical problems. Velocity and Acceleration: (5) Basic concepts of machines. Watt. Use of gravity idler. type of drive. band and block. quarter turn drive. V-belts and rope material. instantaneous center method). Length of belt. displacement. principle of friction brakes. Kutzbach's equation. (4) Materials.C. Advance problems on velocity diagrams (relative velocity method. Kinematic chain. centrifugal tension and its effect on power transmitted. screw-jack. Power lost in friction. Coriollis component. governor effort and power controlling force curve.1. Free body diagrams.Gibson’s flash light torsion dynamometer. engine. Chebyshev spacing of precision points. Power transmitted by belts with consideration of creep and slip. stability. Heenan and Froude’s Hydraulic dynamometer. Overlay Method. Ropes and chains. 9: Governors. Friction in V-threads. Acceleration diagram. (4) Functions. loose and fast pulleys. dynamics of simple horizontal and vertical engine. band.
pipe and pipe fittings. Khanna Publisher. screw. 1992 : P. bolts.efficient of friction for different belt material on a cast iron : Pulley. First angle method of Projection should be used.) . To perform the various practical on Universal Governor Apparatus. 6. Theroy of Machines : J. 1: Theory of Machines 2.L Ballaney. MEC 354: Machine Drawing L 0 T 0 P 6 The candidates will be required to make minimum of 15 drawing sheets using the software such as AutoCAD. Study and draw the sketches of difference inversions of single slider chain and double slider crank chain. (d) To study the effects of varying initial spring compression for Hartnell Governor. (a) 5. splined shafts.(3 Sheets Min.S. Symbols of standard tolerances. Surface finish and welding symbols 2. studs. New York MEC-353: THEORY OF MACHINES-1 L 0 T 0 P 2 1. Theory of Machines 3. (c) To study the effect of varying the mass of central sleeve for porter and proell governors. 3rd edition. riveted joints. Free hand sketching of shafts. 3. (a) (b) Determination the characteristics of sleeve position against speed for all governors. 2. Drawing. Calculate the minimum possible periods of oscillation if the point of suspension may be moved .Delhi.I. Metropoltian Book-seller &Publishers. Lal &Shah. locking devices. Study and sketch the Walschaert valve gear. 2005. conventional representations of single and multi start threads. ProE and Inventor on the following topics as per B.New Delhi. machining symbols.BOOKS SUGGESTED. 4. Study and sketch the Stephenson link motion and the Gooch link motion and describe their relative merits. Find the co. keys and keyways 3. (b) Determination the characteristics curves of radius of rotation against controlling force for all governors. McGraw Hill. Study the working and construction of D-slide valve and piston valve. SP46-2003 for General Engg. Discuss their relative merits. 1. 7.1994. List of Experiments Find the moment of inertia of a given body with the help of Fly-wheel. : Shigley. Form of screw threads.
drill press vice. Pin type flexible coupling. claw Coupling and cone friction clutch. Katson Pb. flux.materials. cores. Machine Tool Parts: Tail stock. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Drg. Welding: Welding processes . type of electrodes.S. swivel bearing (2 Sheets Min. Footstep bearing. knuckle joints. 3. 7. types of milling machines. Cotter joints. valves (1 Sheet Min. welding parameters & equipments. (2 Sheets Min.e. types of tools Speed and feed used in above processes. specifications. Working principle of shaper. procedures. specifications of milling machine. K L Narayana.) 6. Code : SP 46 : 2003. Specification of shaper. filler rods. Sand moulding.) Note: Students should develop the understanding of study of drawing with reference to manufacturing processes. PART-A 1. assembly drawings and should be able to draw simple assembly drawings and projections of simple machine parts. Engg. Types of milling cutters. New Delhi. Practice. I. Introduction to SMAW. principle. Fuel injection pump. (2 Sheets Min. Multipoint cutting tool. types of flames. A text book of Machine Drawing : R K Dhawan. sand moulding procedure. Milling & Drilling : Milling.10th edition. I. Plummer block. Ludhiana. Pattern. P Kannaiah and K Venkata Reddy. Machine Drawing : P. work holding devices. 2. Projection & Percussion. Gas welding. . House 4. connecting rod. friction welding. Principles. Pulleys and brackets. planer and slotting machine Quick return mechanism. Standard Publication 2. Introduction to indexing. tools & equipment. Kataria & Sons.D. Book Suggested 1. (2 Sheets Min. Spot. PART-B 4. tools & operations. The syllabus given above indicates the broad outlines and the scope of subject to be covered. New Age International Publishers MEC 305 :MANUFACTURING PROCESSES L 3 T 0 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.). 3. spark plug. S Chand.C. flux.) 8. Commonly used cutting tool materials. Engine Piston. Miscellaneous: Screw jack. Arc welding.. projections. application. Pattern allowances. Turning. Introduction to Soldering and Brazing. Teacher concerned may take suitable examples to make the student understand the topic. core prints.4. properties of moulding sand. Pressure. GMAW & submerged arc Welding. Shaping & Planning: Principle.) 5.S. Flange and muff coupling. planer and slotter. equipment. atomizer. specification of electrode. description & functions of lathe. B. Introduction to Resistance welding. GTAW. Machine Drawing. Introduction to moulding processes. Foundry: Introduction to casting. (1 Sheet Min) 9. Gill. Elementary & brief description of various melting furnaces.classification of welding processes. Seam.types & materials. advantages & limitations. selection of electrode.
To prepare a job on lathe machine 7. alignment of bores & its importance. I & II Manufacturing materials & process Manufacturing processes Workshop Technology Production Technology Author(s) Hazra Chowdhry Lindberg Begeman S. 8. solution of tridiagonal systems. boring tools. To prepare a job involves boring operation MEC 306: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS L 3 T 1 P 0 Part A 1.K. 2. To study the drive mechanism of a lathe machine. To prepare a job on shaping machine 9. 6. direct method Matrix inversion. 4. Cayley-Hamilton Theorem. relation between rank of a matrix and linearly independent vectors of matrix. Nomenclature. boring bars & boring heads. To prepare a lap joint using gas welding. cutting action of broach. Broaching: Broach. To prepare a job on milling machine. Boring: Principle of boring.Classification of drilling machine. 6. Consistency of a linear system of a equations. classification of boring machine Specification of boring machine. . To study the various kinds of foundry sands. 5. 5. Speed and feed in drilling. To prepare a butt joint using electric arc welding. Gaussian elimination. method of factorization. Gauss-Siedal method. iterative methods--jacobi's method. Garg R K Jain Publisher Media Promotors Prentice Hall John Wiley Laxmi Publications Khanna MEC 355: MANUFACTURING PROCESSES L 0 T 0 P 2 List of Experiments 1. Recommended Books Title Workshop Technology Vol. similar matrices. solution of linear systems. To study the quick return mechanism of a shaping machine. 3. 10. characteristic vector and characteristic roots of a matrix. Broaching operations and applications. Matrices and linear system of equations (10) Linear dependence of Vectors. To study the various types of foundry equipments. Different operations on drilling machine.
Alternating series. ordinary linear differential equations.C. Numerical Methods (12) Numerical differentiation using finite differences. Part-A 1. Root test. Deviation of actual cycles from ideal cycles.S. Engines and rotary (Wankel) engine and their comparison. ignition delay. Higher Engg. effect of various engine parameters on detonation.1 Introduction: I C Engine classification. effect of engine variables on Delay Period. Picard’s method.1999. PART-B 3. effect of detonation on engine . limits of sequences. modified Euler’s method. preignition. series of positive terms. (3) 1. Thermodynamics of I. Power series: radius of convergence of power series. Simpson’s Three-eight rule. detonation. flame speed.2 Combustion in SI Engines: Combustion in S.C. Engines: 1. abnormal combustion. Prentice Hall of India. Simpson’s one-third rule.2006. Formulae for remainder term in Taylor and Maclaurin series. Leibnitz test. 2. MEC 357: VOCATIONAL TRAINING after 2nd Semester SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) FOURTH SEMESTER MEC 401: APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS II L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. numerical solution of first order ordinary differential equations using Taylor’s series method.Time diagram for I. BOOKS SUGGESTED 1.S.2. Absolute and Conditional Convergence. Operation of two stroke and four stroke reciprocating I. Ratio test. (Adams method and Milne’s method). Comparison test. numerical integration using Trapezoidal rule. Engines. Pressure. Comparison of SI and CI engines. infinite series.I. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Runge Kutta method and Predictor-Corrector method. higher order ordinary differential equations reducible to simultaneous equations of first order. Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s series. Mathematics by B. Combustion phenomenon. Integral test.Grewal. Sequences and series (8) Sequences.Sastry. Otto Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for SI Engines Diesel Cycle – The Ideal Cycle for CI Engines. boundary value problem using finite difference method. Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S. Error estimates. Khanna Publishers. Simultaneous differential equation of first order. Engines.e.C. Euler’s method.
Engines. Thermodynamics of constant pressure gas turbine cycle: calculation of net output. Comparison of gas turbine with a steam turbine and I. Rotary Compressors: Introduction and general classification of rotary compressors: Comparison of rotary compressors with reciprocating compressor Stagnation and static values of pressure.5 Performance of IC engines: Performance curves of C. (6) Part B 3. cetane ratings of CI Engine fuels. or at constant pressure). power and torque) Effect of compression ratio and of air fuel ratio on power and efficiency of an engine: Variation of engine power with altitude. work done and pressure rise. Advantages and disadvantages of jet propulsion over other propulsion systems. polytropic. Fields of application of various propulsion units.I engines. Combustion phenomenon. types of superchargers (2) 2.C.1 Positive Displacement Compressors: Operation of positive displacement type of rotary Compressor like Roots Blower.4 Fuels: rating of SI Engines fuels. specific fuel consumption. preguide vanes and prewhirl. slip factor. heat and mass of fuel on power and efficiency. and S. efficiency and outcoming velocity profile from the impeller.2 Centrifugal Compressors: Principle of operation. supercharging.I. isentropic and Isothermal efficiencies. Overall IC engine performance (engine sizing.performance and methods employed to reduce detonation. gas turbine cycle with regeneration. Screw Compressor and Vane type Blower. propulsion efficiency. classification and comparison of ram jets. engine. Diesel Knock. temperature ratio. 4. cycle air rate.I. energy transfer in backward.3 Combustion in CI Engines: Combustion in C. Classification of Gas turbines: on the basis of system of operation and on the basis of combustion (at constant volume. power input factor.e.I. mean effective pressure (MEP). Velocity vector diagrams for centrifugal compressors and power calculation.a brief note (2) 1. Engines (3) 1. turbojets. for flow through rotary machines. multistage compression and expansion . degree of reaction and its derivation. Octane and Cetane numbers (2) 1. effect of change in Sp. components of a centrifugal compressor. temperature and enthalpy etc. . Aircraft Propulsion using gas turbine: Principle of propulsion thrust work and thrust power. Operating variables and their effects on thermal efficiency and work ratio. Overall thermal efficiency. Combustion chamber design for S. Complete thermodynamics analysis of centrifugal compressor stage. CI engine combustion chambers. (4) 4. inter cooling and reheating. pressure losses in heat exchangers and combustion chambers. Thermal refinements and their effects on gas turbine cycle . work ratio and thermal efficiency of ideal and actual cycles. pulse jets and rockets Thermodynamics cycle analysis and efficiencies of propulsive devices of turbojet engine. turbo props. Field of application of gas turbines.i. High speed cinematography for combustion visualization. (2) 4. Gas Turbines: Introduction. Pressure coefficient as a function of Slip Factor. Intake and Propelling nozzle efficiencies. forward and radial vanes. its advantages and its applications. Delay period.
11. (5) 4. 4. 5. 3.H. Fundamentals of compressible flow with aircraft and rocket propulsion: S.P.P. fuel consumption .Tata McGraw-Hill. : Cohan H. 3rd edition. Tata McGraw Hill. Eastop and A. Isentropic. Gas Turbine Theory. & sons Delhi.C.P.1989. To draw the valve timing diagram for a Diesel Engine 4. New age International. D. Discussion on variation of thermal efficiency and specific fuel consumption with B. Applied Thermodynamics for Engineering Technologists T. 2. 8. and torque with speed and its interpretation. Flow parameters of Axial Flow Compressors like Pressure Coefficient. Wiley. McGraw-Hill. 3rd Edition.I. Degree of reaction and blade Efficiency and their derivation. Macmillan Pub. Shepherd. Gas Turbine : V Ganesan . 2nd edition. I. at various loads (pump being given fixed setting not to be changed by governor) for a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine. Engines Fundamentals : J.P. Study of constructional details. 1. Principles of Turbo machinery. To find the mechanical and thermal efficiency of a Diesel Engine. and Rogers G.P. polytropic and isothermal efficiencies. 4th Edition.Ganeshan. Inc. M. 5th Edition.H.H. Determination of B. New work. : R. : D. Work Coefficient and Temperature rise coefficient. Heywood. Prentice Hall. : Yunus A. Characteristic curves for axial flow compressors. 2. II. Co. McGraw Hill. 5. Yahya. velocity vector diagrams. Field of application of Axial Flow Compressors (5) BOOKS SUGGESTED: 1. Comparison of Axial Flow Compressors with Centrifugal Compressors. Thermodynamics and Heat Engines Vol.H.. Principle of operation. 9.2005.Tata McGraw-Hill Mechanics and Thermodynamics of Propulsion : Peterson. Field of application of centrifugal compressor. 1st edition.6th edition. Aircraft & Missile propulsion : Zucrow. specific speed etc. work done factor.3rd edition. Thermodynamics An Engineering Approach 6.F.. Graphical representation of B. thermodynamics analysis and power calculation. Four stroke Petrol Engine. choking and stalling in axial flow compressors.Engine : V. 3. MacMillian I. Trial of a Diesel Engine/Semi Diesel Engine.Non-dimensional parameters for plotting compressor characteristics. Cengel and Michael A. Boles.H. 7.C. Yadav. McConkey. cooling system. Surging. Flow Coefficient.C. Two stroke and four stroke Diesel engine. 2nd edition MEC 451 : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS-II L 0 T 0 P 2 List of Experiments. 10. Dhanpat Rai.5th edition. Determination of B.3 Axial Flow compressors Components of axial flow compressor and their arrangement. Prentice Hall. B. Lubrication system and Fuel Flow system of following Engines. and mechanical efficiency at various loads (speed parameters constant). HIH Sarvanamuttoo. . Factors affecting stage pressure rise. Surging and choking in centrifugal compressor.
Disc of uniform strength. Springs: a. volumetric strain. Rotating Discs. Study of multi cylinder diesel engine. 8. c. Rotating Rings. Derivation of Euler’s equation for various end conditions.6.Derivation of formulae of stresses of rotating cylinders with or without central hole. Bending of Curved Bars: Curved beam theory and calculation of stresses in a. Rings c.Calculation of stresses in rotating discs with central hole and without central hole. To obtain a power consumption curve. Calculation of radial and longitudinal stresses and strains in thick cylinders. assumptions made in the derivation of Euler’s theory of column. Closed coiled helical springs i. 3. Rotational Stresses: (7) a. Derivation of Lame's equations. MEC 402 MECHANICS OF MATERIALS-II L 3 T 1 P 0 Part A 1. b. Compound cylinders: Hub shrunk on solid shaft 2. iii. Cylindrical shells with hemispherical ends. Cranes and Chain Hooks b. Also to draw up the heat balance sheet for this range of output of power. Columns and Struts: (3) Theory of columns. empirical formula for axially loaded column and their application. Thick cylinders. Derivation of formulae and calculations of stresses in rotating rings neglecting effects of spokes. thermal and mechanical efficiency curve for the four stroke diesel engine when tested over a range of power from no load to full load. PartB 4. Rotating Cylinders. Cylinders and Spheres (7) Thin cylindrical and spherical shells under internal pressure. Deflection of free end and strain energy under axial load Rotation of free end and strain energy under axial couple Combination of two closed coiled springs in (i) Series (ii) Parallel (5) (5) . 7. 5. Chain links with straight sides of (i) circular (ii) Trapezoidal sections. ii. friction power and mechanical efficiency of a multi cylinder petrol engine when running at constant speed under constant settings of a carburetor (Morse test). Rankine-Gordan’s formula. To estimate the indicated power. Temperature stress in uniform disc.
Cams Types of cams and followers. uniform acceleration and retardation. Leaf Springs Deflection and bending stresses. Oldham’s Coupling. Open coiled Helical Springs Deflection and rotation of free end and strain energy under (i) Axial load (ii) Axial couple. connecting rod and piston etc). 5. velocity and acceleration diagrams for the followers with uniform velocity motion. Elementary knowledge of Kinematic synthesis of linkage by graphical and analytical methods. Khanna Book Publishing Co. 5 2. Bedi. simple harmonic motion. descent & action. 6.2001. exact and approximate straight line motion. Gyroscope effect on the momentum of ships and vehicle. c. Johston and Beer TMH. 7 . MEC-403 Theory of Machines-II L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Delhi. 5th edition Popov . calculation of maximum torque. Ltd. pantograph. definition – basic circle & least radius.e. 6. truss.Kataria. S. Edition 18. Part-A 1. Displacement. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. angle of ascent. Macmillians. London. steering mechanism including. dynamically equivalent system.single and double. engine indicator. Analytical and graphical methods. ship stabilization. 7. 4. simple problems BOOKS SUGGESTED : 1. Torque required to overcome inertia and gravitational force of a four bar linkage.b. inertia force analysis of basic engine mechanism (crank. stability of automobile and locomotive taking a turn. axis of precession gyroscope. Strength of Materials Mechanics of Materials Mechanics of Solids Mechanics of Materials Mechanics of Materials (4) : : : : : : : Timoshenko & Gere. H.7th edition D. CBS Delhi. Inertia Forces in Mechanism Determination of Forces and couples for a link. 5 Lower Pairs: Universal Joint: . elliptical trammel. AcKermann’s and Davis steering mechanism. Lehri. 5th Edition. method of joints. Mechanisms with lower pairs. dwell. Kripal Singh. 2006. frame. Delhi. Analysis of Plane Frames: statically determinate and indeterminate. axis of spin. Ryder. acceleration and retardation.S.K. determination of maximum velocity. 4 Gyroscope:Definition. TMH.1969. 3rd edition. gyroscopic couple. inertia of reciprocating parts. Strength of Materials 3. Mechanics of Materials 2.2000. Standard Publisher. analysis of follower motion for pre-specified cam profiles (tangent cams and convex cams).
Part-B 3. Balancing Classification , need for balancing, balancing for simple and multiple masses, static and dynamic balancing – Primary and secondary balancing for reciprocating masses, inside and outside the cylinder locomotive balancing, swaying couple and variation of tractive effort, partial balancing of locomotive, balancing of the coupled locomotives and its advantages multicylinder in the line engines ( primary and secondary balancing conditions and their applications ), balancing of Vengines balancing machines (Static balancing M/c: dynamic balancing M/c, universal balancing M/c), introduction of balancing of the flexible rotors. 7 4. Gears Toothed gears are their uses, types of toothed gears (spur gears, internal spur gears, spur &rack, bevel gears, helical gears, double helical gears, spiral gears, worm gears) definitions, pitch circle diameter, pitch surface, pitch point, circular pitch, diametric pitch, module pitch, addendum, dedendum, clearance addendum circle, outside diameter, internal diameter, dedendum circle, root diameter ,base. Base circle diameter, face and flank of tooth, fillet, angle of obliquity or pressure angle, path of contact, arc of contact, arc of approach, condition for correct gearing, forms of teeth, cycloid and its teeth variants epicycloids and hypocycloid, involute methods of drawing in involute and cycloidal curves, interference in involute gears and methods of its removal, comparison of involute and cycloidal gear systems. 8 5. Gear Trains Types of gear trains single and compound epicyclic gear trains, Problems involving their applications, estimation of velocity ratio of worm and worm wheel, helical and spiral gears (Determination of No. teeth, spiral angle and efficiency). 5 Books Suggested:1. 2. 3. 4. Mechanism and Machine Theory Theory of Machines Theory of Machines Mechanism & Machine Theory : : : : Ambekar A.G., Prentice-Hall of India,2007. S S Rattan, Tata McGraw- Hill, 2nd edition. Shigley, Tata McGraw Hill, New York, 2nd sub edition. J.S. Rao & R.V Dukhipati, Wiley Eastern Ltd. New Delhi , 3rd edition.
MEC-453 Theory of Machines-II
L 0 T 0 P 2
1.Balance experimentally the given known force by introducing two weight (forces) parallel to the given force in two different planes and verify the result by analytical method. 2.Study the dynamic balancing machine & balance of a given body i.e. rotor by different methods. 3.Study the working and construction of the two types of steering gears. Draw neat sketches of each type and measure the angle in Ackerman's steering gear fined in different vehicles. Find the ratio of intersection of two arms from the front axle to the base of the vehicle.
4.Study the different types of mechanisms for tracing out the approximate straight line. 5.Find out the pressure distribution graph analytically & practically around a simple Journal bearing under variable load conditions on the shaft. 6.Balance as far as possible the known unbalance due to reciprocating parts by introducing two revolving weights in two different planes. Find out experimentally the fraction of the reciprocating pans which should be balanced so that the residual unbalance force may be least. 7.Find out experimentally the viscosity of the given fluid under varying conditions of temperature and pressure and draw the graphs - Viscosity Vs' temp. and Viscosity Vs pressure. 8.Study the electrical dynamometer and find out the maximum torque of the given m/c. 9.Study the whirling speed apparatus and calculate the critical speed of the given System. 10.Find out the Co-efficient of friction between two given materials with the concept of vibration that is the effect of C. & frequency on co-efficient of friction. 11.To study the model of an Epicyclical gear train and to determine the speed ratio. 12.To study the various tooth profiles and to generate the involute profile on a blank.
MEC 404: MATERIALS & HEAT TREATMENT
L 3 T 0 P 0
Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. PART A
1. Structure of crystalline solids (6) Fundamental concepts of unit cell space lattice, Bravais space lattices, unit cells for cubic structure & HCP, study of stacking of layers of atoms in cubic structure & HCP, calculations of radius, Coordination Number and Atomic Packing Factor for different cubic structures, Crystal directions and planes, Miller indices. 2. Crystal Imperfections (3) Point Imperfections, Line, Surface and volume imperfections- their types and significance. 3. Engineering Materials
Classification of materials; Types, properties and application of CI, Carbon Steels, Alloy Steel, IS code for designation of steels, Stainless Steel, High Speed Steel- properties and applications. 4. Phase Transformations (3) Types of Phase transformation; Stages of phase transformation, Homogeneous nucleation and heterogeneous nucleation, Crystal growth. PART B
5. Solid solutions, Phase diagrams: (9) Solid solutions, Types. Phase diagrams: Basic terms, phase rule, cooling curves, construction of phase diagrams, interpretation of equilibriums diagrams, Types of phase diagrams, Lever rule. Detailed study of Iron-Carbon equilibrium diagram and explanation of various connected terms, TTT diagram, and CCT diagram. 6. Heat Treatment Process (4) Heat treatment processes for steel – Annealing, Normalizing, Spheroidizing, Hardening, Tempering, Austempering and Martempering. 7. Case Hardening and Surface Hardening (4)
Introduction, Fundamentals of case hardening, Carburizing methods, Nitriding, Carbo-nitriding, Cyaniding, Surface hadening methods, Measurement of case depth.
1. Introduction to Material Science for Engineering 2. Physical Metallurgy, Principles & Practices 3. Materials Science & Engineering- An Introduction
James F.Shackel ford. Pearson, Prentice Hall, New Jersy,6th edition V.Raghavan, PHI,New Delhi, 2nd edition. William D.Callister Jr.Wiley India Pvt. Ltd., 7th edition. Smith, 3rd Edition McGraw Hill, 5th Ed.
4. Engineering Foundation of Material Science and Engineering 5. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy 6. Elements of Machine Design
Avner, 2002, Tata McGraw-Hill V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill,New Delhi, 2nd edition
MEC 454: Materials & Heat Treatment
L 0 T 0 P 2
1. Study of different engineering materials and their mechanical properties. 2. To study microstructure of following materials:Hypo-eutectoid steel and Hyper-eutectoid steel Hypo-eutectic and Hyper eutectic steel Grey and White Cast iron 3. Study of microstructure and hardness of steel at different rate of cooling. 4. Heat treatment: Annealing, Normalizing, Hardening and Tempering of steel. Hardness studies of heat-treated samples. 5. Study of metallurgical microscope. Metallographic preparation of metals and alloys. 6. Hardness testing of metals on Vickers scale 7. Interpretation of microstructures. 8. Evaluation of mechanical properties of metallic materials by conducting following tests: Hardness test(Vicker, Brinell and Rockwell Test) Charpy Impact test Tension Tests Fatigue test
Economics of metal cutting. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. punches and strippers. time required for each operation. Differences between Capstan and Turret lathes. PART-A Total Lectures: 38 1. Fundamental of gauge design. PART-B (5):Tool Layout for Turrets. Minimum cost analysis. Gauge makers tolerance. Forging die design for drop and machine forging parts. Indexing devices. Surface Finish (4) . (3) Classification of Automatics: Turret type automatic. Estimating costs of tools. 2. Means of determining crystal structures ( X-ray and Electron Diffraction method) 11. Analysis of Metal forming Processes: (5) Analytical theory of metal forming. Universal Bar equipment. Drawing stress in Wire/rod drawing. Principles of Degrees of Freedom. Design procedure for progressive dies. 8. Break even point analysis. Die Design: (5) Components of die design. Calculation of extrusion pressure. sketches of stock stops. Use of standard parts for jig design. Gauges: (4) Limits and fits.Manufacturing Technology-I L 3 T 0 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. MEC405.9. allowance for wear. compound dies and combination dies for press tool operation. rolling load estimation. Jig bushes. 4. Methods of analysis.e. tool layout procedure. Tooling Costs: (4) Estimating costs of a product. Specimen preparation and microstructure studies using Metallurgical and Scanning electron microscope. effect of variables. Grinding fixtures and their classification. (3) Characteristics of Turret lathes. types of drilling jigs. Plain strain and axi-symmetric forging. Method of location and clamping. Operation sheet and tool layout. 3. practical application of Taylor’s principles of limit gauging. methods of holding punches. care of gauge. Plain Gauges. (5) Principles of jig and fixture design. Shear angle determination. operation sheet. Tool wear. Various devices for location and clamping. open die forging. Jigs and Fixture Design. Tool Layout for Automatics. 6. Tool signature. 10. Milling fixtures. Lathe fixtures. Types of gauges. tool layout cam layout. 7. Universal Chucking equipment. Forces in metal cutting. machinability. Hydraulic and pneumatic actuation of clamping devices. Mechanics of metal cutting: (5) Methods of machining. Study of testing machines. 9. limitation of limit gauging. Classification of forming processes. Economics of tooling. Tool life. Methods of holding jobs on the Turret lathe. design of die blocks. Types of chips. Merchant diagram.
super finishing etc. Part-A 1. flow past rankine oval body and flow past a cylinder with circulation. Details of Blassius solution of Prandl’s boundary layer equations for flat plate (no derivations) and its applications for finding drag co-efficient.C. III rd edition. Tata McGraw-Hill 3. flow around circular cylinder. Compressible. ASTME : Fundamental of Tool Design. boundary layer parameters (thickness. flow past half body. Von. energy thickness and shape factor). displacement thickness. Incompressible Flow with Friction: Concepts of boundary layer. 2nd edition. Candidates are required to attempt five questions selecting at least two questions from each part.Mach number and Mach cone. Society of Manufacturing Engineers.Pipe flow problems . BOOK SUGGESTED: 1. Sharma : A Textbook of production Engineering. American Technical Society Pub. Boundary layer separation and prevention. I. MEC-406 Fluid Mechanics L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . variation of stagnation parameters with mach numbers. B. Part A questions to be set from topics 1 and 2 while part B questions are to be set from topics 3 and 4. 10 Part-B 3. Effect of surface quality on functional properties of machine parts. momentum and energy equation for steady flow (one dimensional case only).Isentropic Flow in Ducts (with negligible elevation changes) Propagation of small weak disturbance ( velocity of sound). Relationship of surface finish to the production methods.1963. 2. doublet. Application of Van. lapping. New York. laminar flow in rectangular coordinates and their applications.Elements of surface finish. Indian standards on surface finish. : Tool Design. Prandtl’s boundary layer equations. P. Finishing operation like honing. derivation of Navier stokes equations of motion for incompressible viscous (constant viscosity).. Prentice Hall. Chicago. plane source and sink flows. Donaldson : Tool Design. S. 4. Measurement of surface finish.karman –Momentum –integrals equation and its applications to laminar boundary layer with cubic profile. potential vortex flow. local skin friction coefficient. evaluation of surface finish. buffing. 8 2. McGraw Hill. Cole. momentum thickness. Continuity. units to be strictly followed. equilibrium equation. velocity distribution and drag force for flat plate. 3rd edition. Incompressible Frictionless Flow : Potential flow: Uniform flow. New Delhi. compressibility correction . Chand Publication. Factors affecting surface finish . boundary layer for smooth flat plate( Drag coefficients and drag forces). S.Karman Momentum integral equation to turbulent flow.Eight questions to be set in all. C.
Wylie. I. Part A questions to be set from topics 1 and 2 while part B questions are to be set from topics 3 and 4. New York E. V. Tata Mcgrawhill India. changes of density. Flow around immersed a Bodies. Application 6. J.S. critical throat area related to Mach number. stream. flow past half body. potential vortex flow. flow around circular cylinder. 8th edition I.L. flow through nozzles & diffusers. Incompressible Flow with Friction: Concepts of boundary layer. 10th edition. Streeter and E. John Wiley. Wiley India Pvt Ltd. Part-A 5. circulation and lift on an airfoil.line & bluff bodies. 8 6. S. 5. displacement thickness. Katson Publishing House. Shames. McGraw Hill New York. Drag on a sphere Drag and lift on an airfoil. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power Engineering 2. 8 Books Suggested:1. pressure & area with Mach number in a variable area flow duct. Kumar. momentum thickness.(Drag and Lift):Introduction. Mechanics of Fluid 3. circulation & lift on a circular cylinder. Incompressible Frictionless Flow : Potential flow: Uniform flow. 9th Ed. effect on convergent divergent nozzle parameters along the length of the nozzle with a variation of back pressure(discussion only).4th edition. Ludhiana.factor. equilibrium equation. Prandtl’s boundary layer equations.Eight questions to be set in all. doublet. Drag force. McGraw Hill New York.. flow past rankine oval body and flow past a cylinder with circulation. energy thickness and shape factor).K.H. plane source and sink flows. Candidates are required to attempt five questions selecting at least two questions from each part. boundary layer parameters (thickness. Drag on a circular cylinder. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics : : : : : : D. laminar flow in rectangular coordinates and their applications.B. Lift & Drag coefficients. John Finnemore. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. 2nd edition SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) FIFTH SEMESTER MEC-501 Fluid Mechanics L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . temperature. 10 4. Fox. Fluid Mechanics with Engg. derivation of Navier stokes equations of motion for incompressible viscous (constant viscosity). Details of Blassius solution of Prandl’s boundary layer equations for flat plate (no derivations) and its . Fluid Mechanics 4. units to be strictly followed. velocity. Vernnard. 4th edition.
Fluid Mechanics 4. New York E. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. 8th edition I. Drag force.Mach number and Mach cone. momentum and energy equation for steady flow (one dimensional case only). velocity. Vernnard. Application of Van. Lift & Drag coefficients. Elementary Fluid Mechanics. McGraw Hill New York. Tata Mcgrawhill India. Continuity.. John Finnemore. John Wiley.B.4th edition. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics : : : : : : D. V. flow through nozzles & diffusers. Fox. McGraw Hill New York. changes of density. J. 10th edition. 4th edition.karman –Momentum –integrals equation and its applications to laminar boundary layer with cubic profile. 9th Ed. stream. Katson Publishing House. Flow around immersed a Bodies. local skin friction coefficient. Application 6. 2nd edition MEC-502 Theory of Machines-II L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Ludhiana.H. 10 Part-B 7. Wiley India Pvt Ltd. circulation & lift on a circular cylinder. Fluid Mechanics with Engg. variation of stagnation parameters with mach numbers. compressibility correction factor. Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Power Engineering 2.applications for finding drag co-efficient. Compressible.e. effect on convergent divergent nozzle parameters along the length of the nozzle with a variation of back pressure(discussion only). Drag on a circular cylinder.K. Part-A 1. Mechanics of Fluid 3. Boundary layer separation and prevention. Streeter and E.Pipe flow problems .Karman Momentum integral equation to turbulent flow.(Drag and Lift):Introduction. pressure & area with Mach number in a variable area flow duct. Von. Shames. temperature. critical throat area related to Mach number. boundary layer for smooth flat plate( Drag coefficients and drag forces). 8 Books Suggested:1. velocity distribution and drag force for flat plate. 5. 10 8.line & bluff bodies.L.Isentropic Flow in Ducts (with negligible elevation changes) Propagation of small weak disturbance ( velocity of sound). Wylie. Inertia Forces in Mechanism . Drag on a sphere Drag and lift on an airfoil. Kumar.S. circulation and lift on an airfoil.
root diameter . double helical gears. axis of spin. exact and approximate straight line motion. involute methods of drawing in involute and cycloidal curves. acceleration and retardation. AcKermann’s and Davis steering mechanism. clearance addendum circle.base. helical gears. pitch point. analysis of follower motion for pre-specified cam profiles (tangent cams and convex cams). angle of ascent. internal spur gears. inertia of reciprocating parts. pantograph. dynamically equivalent system. module pitch. 5 Lower Pairs: Universal Joint: . dedendum circle. Mechanisms with lower pairs. Problems involving their applications.single and double. comparison of involute and cycloidal gear systems. forms of teeth. need for balancing. balancing for simple and multiple masses. Balancing Classification . condition for correct gearing. spiral angle and efficiency). determination of maximum velocity. elliptical trammel. Analytical and graphical methods. Elementary knowledge of Kinematic synthesis of linkage by graphical and analytical methods. circular pitch. worm gears) definitions. 7 Part-B 3. spur &rack. fillet. velocity and acceleration diagrams for the followers with uniform velocity motion. swaying couple and variation of tractive effort. angle of obliquity or pressure angle. 7 5. types of toothed gears (spur gears. diametric pitch. Gyroscope effect on the momentum of ships and vehicle. arc of approach. axis of precession gyroscope. partial balancing of locomotive. outside diameter. dwell. 8 6. gyroscopic couple. simple harmonic motion. addendum. uniform acceleration and retardation. steering mechanism including. internal diameter. arc of contact. descent & action. 5 2. ship stabilization. 4 Gyroscope:Definition. universal balancing M/c). Gears Toothed gears are their uses. Base circle diameter. spiral gears.Determination of Forces and couples for a link. pitch surface. definition – basic circle & least radius. cycloid and its teeth variants epicycloids and hypocycloid. balancing of the coupled locomotives and its advantages multicylinder in the line engines ( primary and secondary balancing conditions and their applications ). engine indicator. Gear Trains Types of gear trains single and compound epicyclic gear trains. stability of automobile and locomotive taking a turn. introduction of balancing of the flexible rotors. teeth. bevel gears. path of contact. estimation of velocity ratio of worm and worm wheel. static and dynamic balancing – Primary and secondary balancing for reciprocating masses. helical and spiral gears (Determination of No. interference in involute gears and methods of its removal. inertia force analysis of basic engine mechanism (crank. inside and outside the cylinder locomotive balancing. calculation of maximum torque. balancing of Vengines balancing machines (Static balancing M/c: dynamic balancing M/c. 5 . Displacement. Torque required to overcome inertia and gravitational force of a four bar linkage. face and flank of tooth. Oldham’s Coupling. Cams Types of cams and followers. connecting rod and piston etc). dedendum. pitch circle diameter.
. Perform following practicals on Cam Analysis Machine. To find out critical speed experimentally and to compare the whirling Speed of a Shaft with Theoretical values.2007. (a) To plot the n – θ (follower displacement Vs angle of cam rotation) curves for different cam follower pairs. 4. Wiley Eastern Ltd.V Dukhipati. (c) Both ends directionally free. J. Tata McGraw Hill. 3. wp for calculating the gyroscopic couple by observation and measurement of results for independent variation in applied couple T and precession wp. Tata McGraw. (d) The test can be repeated by changing compression springs. 5. follower weights & cam speed. 3rd edition.G. (b) Determination the characteristics curves of radius of rotation against controlling force for all governors. (c) To plot the Cartesian pressure curve. (c) To study the effect of spring compression on bounce. Rao & R. (c) To study the effect of varying the mass of central sleeve for porter and proell governors. To perform the experiment of balancing of rotating parts and find the unbalanced couple and forces with the help of Static & Dynamic balancing set up. 1. 7.Books Suggested:1.S. (a) To study the pressure profile of lubricating oil at various conditions of load and speed. when (a) Both ends directionally fixed. To perform the following practicals on Journal Bearing Apparatus. Mechanism and Machine Theory Theory of Machines Theory of Machines Mechanism & Machine Theory : : : : Ambekar A. 4. To perform the following practicals on Universal Governor Apparatus. (b) To study the effect of follower weight on bounce. Prentice-Hall of India. (b) To measure the frictional torque & power transmitted. (a) To study the gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc. 2. 2nd sub edition.Hill. (d) To study the effects of varying initial spring compression for Hartnell Governor. MEC-552 Theory of Machines-II L 0 T 0 P 3 Note: Minimum of ten experiments has to be performed.. 2. Shigley. New York. (b) Experimental justification of the equation T = I w. To find the Coriolli's component of acceleration and verify the result. 2nd edition. 3. New Delhi . 6. S S Rattan. (b) One end fixed and other free. (a) Determination the characteristics of sleeve position against speed for all governors.
inspection of casting . To perform the following practicals on Epicyclic Gear-Train Apparatus. cleaning. 10. Stephenson link motion. rod and tube drawing. moulding techniques. induction furnace. Gooch link motion. embossing and shot . hot spinning. type of rolling. machining forging and press forging. rolling mills. type of patterns. MEC-503 Manufacturing Technology-II L 3 T 0 P 0 1. drop forging. Calculate the minimum possible periods of oscillation if the point of suspension may be moved . co lour scheme on patterns. Plot pressure variation curve in longitudinal and transverse direction of a pad for various speeds and pad inclination. of Michell Tilting pad bearing apparatus. 9. 4 (b) pipe and tube manufacture. investment casting. 6 (b) die-casting and shell moulding. 13.8. pattern allowances. wire drawing. moulding material . 6 2. electric furnaces. extrusion. gating system and design . Walschaert valve gear and different inversions of single slider crank chain and double slider crank chain mechanism and describe their relative merits. and Viscosity Vs Pressure. 11. Allan link motion. (a) To measure epicyclic gear ratio between input shaft & output shaft. forging. difference between pattern and casting . riser. coining. continuous casting . Foundry : (a) Definition . cold rolling. To perform the following practicals on Slip & Creep Measurement Apparatus. (d) To study the creep of the belt. smith forging. patterns. directional solidification of casting. (b) To measure the power transmitted with varied belt tensions. 12. To study and calculate the influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration with the help of influence of inertia upon velocity and acceleration model. slip characteristics. piercing. drawing and cupping. gates . defects in forging. Find out experimentally the viscosity of the given fluid under varying conditions temperature and pressure and draw the graphs – Viscosity Vs Temp. finishing. (b) To measure input torque. Metal Forming: (a) Definition and classification of metal forming. hot rolling. metal spinning. classification of defects. To study the working and construction of D-slide valve.e. Construction & working of cupola furnace. core boxes. cores . salvage of defective casting.types of moulds . (a) (b) Find the moment of inertia of a given body with the help of Fly-wheel. holding torque and output torque to verify the Torque equation: Ti + Th + To = 0. (c) To measure percentage slip at fixed belt tension by varying load on the brake drum and plot the graph of ( T1 – T2 ) Vs percentage slip i. (a) To measure the co-efficient of friction between pulley material and different belt material. 14.
II. equipment. 2. straight & reverse polarity in AC & DC. upset. Application of sheet metal fabrication techniques. MEC-553 Manufacturing Technology-II L 0 T 0 P 3 Laboratory Work: Experimental work pertaining to study & use of sand testing equipment. thermit welding. types of welded joints. advantages and limitation. briquetting and sintering. type of flames. Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process. defects in welding joint. 5 (b) TIG. metal powder product . sheet metal working operations. milling machine. Welding: (a) Definition and classification. Relevant shop floor exercises involving practice in pattern making. Powder Metallurgy : Definition and classification . welding (Performance on any two techniques MIG/TIG /Gas/Resistance welding). their causes and remedies. presses. . 8 3. choice of process for welding. piercing. 3.C. method of producing powders. 4 4. Factors influencing the choice of a mechanical drive. machining (exercises on lathe. metal transfer in arc welding. sand casting. projection & high frequency resistance welding. punch and die setup. coding & selection of welding electrodes. hot iso-static Processing . of metal powder. butt. Manufactring Process : P. welding of cast iron. 4. 4 Design of following mechanical drives and their components. electric resistance welding. MIG welding processes. Gas welding: oxy-acetylene welding. brazing and soldering. lighting up. flame cutting. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. bending and drawing. MEC 504: Design of Machine Elements –II L 3 T 0 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Tata McGraw Hill: Cambell. seam.peening. weldabillity. 7 Books Suggested: 1. advantages and limitations Electric arc welding : principle. Part –A Types of mechanical drives and their applications. various electric arc welding processes. welding techniques. description of special welding techniques. shaper etc. & III Oxford & IBM Publications: Chapman). blanking.Sharma. fitting work. relative merits & demerits.). Materials and Process in Manufacturing : E Paul Degarmo. sizing and finishing operation. Workshop Technology (Vol I. spot.e.
Design of flywheels. : P. Details of bearing housings. 5th edition. 11. Shigley Mischke. Text Book of Machine Design 4.Norton. Exercise on selection of rolling bearings. helical. 4.L. Internal Expanding Shoe Brakes.Pearson Education. 13th edition. E. Design of brakes. 5.2009 : R. Machine Design 3. 5 Design of chain drives including section of type of chain. worm and bevel gears. 2005. 12. : R. 6 (vii) Suggested Books: 1. Design of gear involving spur. Machine Design 5. Design of chain derives. Juvinall.Behl &V.Chand Publishers.2002. 6 Part-B (iv) (v) (vi) Selection of a sliding and rolling type of bearings. New Delhi. MEC-554 Design of Machine Elements –II L 0 T 0 P 6 Note: 1. Gupta. Study of selection of mechanical drive. J. Design of journal bearings Design of flexible and hydraulic coupling. 6 Design of Spring – Helical and Leaf springs. 13. Design of pulleys.Geol. Tata McGraw Hill. 3 Design of gear drives. 3. 6 Design of Flywheels. 9. Design of clutches. 8.Brakes (Band. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design 2. Machine Design –An All Integrated Approach 6.Sharma S.(i) (i) (ii) Design of belt and rope drives including selection and type of a belt and design of pulleys.Khurmi. Design of friction contact clutches (Axial & Radial). 6.K. Details of bearing housings.K. Machine Design : Robert C.C. 10. Design of Journal bearing.Design details of spur. 2. Band & Block and Pivoted block brakes with long shoes). 7. Willey Publications. S.S. 4 Concept of positive contact clutches.3rd edition : R. Exercise on selection of sliding bearings. worm and bevel gears. helical. factors influencing the choice of a gear . Standard Publishers. . Design assignments so as to cover the principles outlined in MEC-504 such as: Design of belt and rope drive.C.Kataria & Sons. Delhi.K. 3rd edition : J.
Geometric Modeling techniques. coordinate system used in transformations. types: wire frame. Factors influencing the choice of gear drive. 4. constructive solid geometry. surface of revolution. Transformations (6) 2D and 3D Transformations. Solids (4) Solid models. scaling. Analytical and synthetic entities. 4 in each of part A & B and student shall be required to attempt total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Surfaces (6) Surface entities. concatenated transformations. file structure and formats 7. ruled surface. parabolas. 8. geometry and topology. Geometric Modeling (4) Introduction & need of geometric modeling. Automation and types of automation(soft and hard) 2. 6. CAM in PLM. sweep representation. analytic surface. hermite cubic spline. benefits of CAD. 15. bezier curve and B-spline curve(open non periodic). conics. PART-A 1. Curves (8) curve entities. Application of computers for design. surface and solid model. Components of CNC machine.14. representation. Homogeneous transformation. Product data exchange. 3.e. translation. circles. PLC and CIM. turning and machining center. NC part programming (6) . Classification of CNC machines. Introduction (2) The Design Process. plane surface. ellipses. PART-B 5. boundary representation. cubic splines. hyperbolas. analytic curves – lines. DNC and Adaptive Control. CNC. coordinate systems. Factors influencing the choice of selection of type of belt MEC 505 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURING L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. synthetic curves. CAM. curve representation. NC words (4) Introduction. representation scheme and its fundamentals. parametric and non parametric form. reflection and shear transformation. Coordinate Systems. definition of CAD. rotation.
MEC 556 Vocational Training after 4th Semester Each student shall attend 4 weeks training after 4th semester in Mechanical Industry.Mechanical Vibrations L 3 T 1 P 0 . programming for 2D and 3D jobs. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing. Books Suggested: 1. Mastering CAD/CAM by Ibrahim Zeid – McGraw Hill 2. Simple machine parts and components construction using Inventor/ pro E/ other 3D modeling package 2. To generate computer aided part program and find out CL file as well as post processor file in terms of G & M code for different components. a tabulated cylinder. Loops and Subroutines programming. 2. 3. 4.Introduction and basic terms of part programming. b) Projections. surface of revolution. computer aided part programming. CAD Modeling 1. “Computer Aided Manufacturing “by Rao. description of codes. G code. Mechanical assembly of the parts. M code. Write code to generate a circle. 3. New Age Publishers. MEC-555 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURING L 0 T 0 P 3 1. CNC programming by B S Pabla. National/International level technical institute/research organization. Principles of Computer Aided design and Manufacturing by Farid Amirouche . Implement simple programmes for the graphics representation of a) Transformation. c) Cubic & splines curves d) Surfaces. an ellipse. Canned cycles. Computer Aided Design & Manufacture by Zimmer & Groover. SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) (SIXTH SEMESTER) MEC 601. 5.Pearson publication 4.
and coulomb damping). Logarithmic decrement. Roorkee. 7. torsional vibration of a circular rod). Orthogonality of mode shapes. Far coupled systems. Books suggested: Mechanical Vibrations : G K Grover.1996. damped systems). branched systems). System identification from frequency response. Forced vibration of an undamped two degrees of freedom system. Numerical methods 4 Dunkerley’s lower bound approximation. analysis of system with elastically coupled viscous damper). Forced vibration. Support motion (solution for absolute/relative motion of the system. 6. Combination of two simple harmonic motions. Fourier analysis. Modal analysis (Undamped analysis. Holzer method (fixed-free systems. maximum energy principle). Continuous systems 6 Systems governed by wave equation (stretched string. Bending vibrations of two degrees of freedom systems. 3.. Simple harmonic motion. principle of virtual work. 4. Multi degree of freedom methods 6 Close coupled systems (eigen value problem upto four degree of freedom system using Graeffe’s method). Two degrees of freedom systems 4 Free vibration of spring coupled systems. Part-B 5. structural damping. principle of conservation of energy. free-free systems. Single degree of freedom system-damped vibrations 3 Damping models (viscous damping.e. Fundamentals of Vibration 5 Free vibration. Vibration isolation. Mechanical impedance (analysis of system with structural damping. Rayleigh’s upper bound approximation. New age . forced vibration by matrix inversion). Response to an initial disturbance.. Single degree of freedom system-forced vibrations 5 Harmonic excitation. axial vibrations of a bar. Fourier integral. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Undamped vibration absorbers. Free vibration of beams.Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Part-A 1. Bending critical speeds of simple shafts. Vibration isolation (viscous damper and elastically coupled viscous damper). 2. Equivalent systems. Phase plane method. Energy method (average energy principle. Method of matrix iteration. Over-damped case. 1. accelerometer). under-damped system. critically damped case. 8. 2. Nem Chand & Bros. Duhamel’s integral. Single degree of freedom system-free vibration 5 Natural frequency. Forced vibration (modal analysis. seismometer. Two degrees of freedom mass coupled systems. Theory and Practice of mechanical vibrations : J S Rao & K Gupta.
To determine damping ratio of a damper by forced vibration. Critical thickness of insulating layers on electric wire and pipes carrying hot fluids. and Radiation. 3rd edition. Find first three natural frequencies of a body from it’s time response. MEC-602 Heat Transfer L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The Examiner shell set 8 questions i. PART – A 1 Basic Concepts Difference between the subject of Heat Transfer and its parent “THERMODYNAMICS” Different methods of heat transfer – Conduction. 7. Mechanical Vibratios : V P Singh. coefficient of thermal conductivity. Investigate node and antinode position for a cantilever. Three-dimensional most general conduction equation in rectangular. liquids and gases and its measurement. 2. subject 2 2. 8 3. 2006. MEC 651 . effect of temperature and pressure on thermal conductivity of solids. Numerical terminology must be in S. Dhanpat Rai & Sons.e 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. N Delhi. Introduction to unsteady heat transfer.I. Delhi. To determine damping ratio of a vibrating body by rap test.. International (Pvt) Ltd. 1. Conduction Fourier’s law of heat conduction. heat conduction through piston crown and case of nuclear fuel rod with cladding. Extended Surfaces . 4. Derivation of equations for simple one dimensional steady state heat conduction without heat generation from three-dimensional equations through walls. shape factors.1 . cylinder and sphere. cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates involving internal heat generation and under unsteady state conditions. Use instrumented impact hammer to find transfer function between two given points of a structure. Convection. Ed.Mechanical Vibrations L 0 T 0 P 3 To determine the mass moment of inertia of a body by Trifilar suspension. (using FFT algorithm of Matlab) 6. cylinders and spherical shells (simple and composite). 5. Influence of variable thermal conductivity on conduction through simple cases of wall. Equilent areas. 2006. Experimentally find out different harmonic frequencies present in vibrations of an IC engine. 3. System with Heat Sources: Internal generation cases along with some practical cases of heat conduction.Electrical analogy of the heat transfer phenomena in the cases discussed above.3. Definition and explanation of the term Thermal Diffusivity. units only.
: : : : Incropera & Dewitt.irradiation. of circular and rectangular crosssection). Condensation and its classification. Application of fins in temperature measurement of flow through pipes and determination of error in its measurement. 3.B 5. John Willy & Sons. during nucleate phase of boiling of liquids . 3 3.radiation density . Tata McGraw Hill. simplification of the formula for its application to simple bodies like two parallel surfaces. Gupta & Prakash . Sachdeva.Interchange factor. Newton’s law of cooling. Hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layers over a flat plate.Theory accounting for the increased values of h.section provided on the circumference of a cylinder. Fins effectiveness and fins efficiency for straight rod fins of rectangular and circular cross-section. Intensity of Radiation . Lambert’s Cosine and the geometric factor. Circumferential fins of rectangular cross.C. J.Bubble Growth and Nucleate Boiling. 2. flow over vertical and horizontal tubes and plates. 8 Books Suggested: Heat and Mass Transfer Heat Transfer Heat and Mass Transfer Engineering Heat Transfer 1. Plank’s law of monochromatic radiation. New Age Publications. Heat Exchanger effectiveness. Calculation of number and length of tubes in a heat exchange by effectiveness.P. different phase of flow boiling (theory only). radiosity and radiation shields. Boiling Regimes . Derivation) 3 1. . forced convection boiling .g. 4. Processes. Log mean temperature difference for parallel and counter flow heat exchangers.Straight rod type of fins of uniform cross-section: (e. Holman. theory of dimensional analysis as applied to free and forced convective heat transfer. Heat Exchanger Classification of heat exchangers. Absorptivity. 8 2.New Chand & Bros Roorkee. Derivation formula for radiation exchange between two bodies using the definition of radiosity and irradiation and its application to cases of radiation exchange between three bodies. effect of scale formation. Analytical formulae of heat transfer in laminar and turbulent flow. Radiation Process of heat flow. definition of emmissivity.t. 8 PART.c. Kirchoffs law and Stefan Boltzman’s law .Concept of black and grey bodies. Blasius solution for hydrodynamic and Thermal boundary layer (No. Convection Introduction. drop-wise condensation.NTU method. Heat Transfer with change of phase Boiling. laminar filmwise condensation on a flat vertical plate and its mathematical analysis. Overall coefficient of heat transfer. R . reflectivity and transmissivity .
5. Quadratic shape functions. Part-B 5. MEC-652 Heat Transfer L 0 T 0 P 3 1. problem modeling and boundary conditions. Discretisation of the domain: Types of elements. FE modeling using triangular element. Future of FE methods. strain-displacement relations. Domkundwar. Assembly of the global stiffness matrix and load vector. number of elements. Part-A 1. Heat and Mass Transfer Heat and Mass Transfer : : D.Kataria & Sons. Advantages and disadvantages of FE methods. S. Principle of minimum potential energy. To find the thermal conductivity of metal rod 4.Kumar. To determine heat transfer coefficient in natural convection. 8.S. (4) 3.Dhanput Rai & Sons. To determine heat transfer coefficient in drop wise and film wise condensation. 9. Von Mises stress. 5. 10. Inrtoduction: Background of continuum mechanics and FE methods. boundary conditions. To study and compare temperature distribution. Evaluate the performance of a heat pipe. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. overall heat transfer in parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger. To study the parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger. (5) 4. 6. location of nodes. Galerkin’s method.e. Potential energy approach. 7.. temperature effects. 2. One & Two Dimensional Problems: Introduction. node numbering scheme. 3. To determine the emissivity of a given plate at different temperatures. To determine heat transfer coefficient in forced convection for air flowing in a tube. heat transfer rate. To determine the Stefan Boltzmann’s constant in radiation heat transfer process MEC 603: FINITE ELEMENT METHODS L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Range of applications of FE methods. (4) 2. Overview of the software used for FE methods. To determine Overall Heat Transfer coefficient in Shell and Tube heat exchanger. Two dimensional problems using constant strain triangles. Axisymmetric solids subjected to axisymmetric loadings: Axisymmetric formulation. 6. Saint Venant’s principle. simplification offered by physical configuration of body. stresses. Static Analysis: (4) . equilibrium. Galerkin Approach. Principle of virtual work. stress-strain relations.K. Coordinates and shape functions. FE equations and treatment of boundary conditions.
Theory and Programming” by Krishnamoorthy. (5) Recommended Books: 1.Plane and three dimensional Trusses. (5) 8. 2. Assembly of global matrix for the banded and skyline solutions. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam having a uniformly distributed load over its entire length.” Fourth edition by K. H. S. (using MATLAB) 8. “Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis. Dynamic Analysis: Formulation for solid body with distributed mass. “Finite Element Analysis. Preprocessing and Postprocessing: Preprocessing. (5) 7. C. (using MATLAB) 3. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam under simply supported conditions. Mesh generation. Prentice Hall of India. (5) 6. McGraw-Hill Pub. under simply supported conditions. MEC-604 Fluid Machinery . Design parameterization. Postprocessing. Evaluation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Eigen values and mode shapes) of thin rectangular plate under one edge fixed type conditions. FE modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam under simply supported conditions. Inc. 5.” 2005 by Bathe. Introduction to modeling and analysis in any existing general purpose finite element (FE) analysis software. Approximation techniques. 7. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB.” Third edition (2008) by Chandrupatla and Belegundu from Prentice Hall of India. Design sensitivity analysis. 4. (using MATLAB) 6. Huebner et al from John Wiley & Sons. Element mass matrices. 2. FE modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam having a uniformly distributed load over its entire length. under simply supported conditions. 3. Structural optimization. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB. Deformed configuration and mode shape. MEC 653: Finite Element Methods L 0 T 0 P 3 1. 4. FE modeling and analysis (Eigen values and mode shapes) of thin rectangular plate under one edge fixed type conditions. Finite Elements in Design: FE based optimal design. “The Finite Element Method for Engineers. “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering. Guyan reduction. Rigid body modes. Beams and frames under various boundary conditions. Introduction to use of MATLAB for FE related programming. Topology optimization.
Different types of runners.L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . Mach. pressure rise. impeller diameter. S. design of Pelton turbines such as number of jets. Mixed flow. 5 3. Single Stage Multistage). Froude Euler. speed ratio. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid : D. Example of control devices (valves) such as accumulator. Priming and priming devices. 6 5. symbolic representation of control system components. Governing of Turbines: Description of oil pressure governor. Centrifugal Pumps: Brief description and classification of Centrifugal pump (Radial flow.I. vanes. Minimum starting speed. work done. flow ratio. flow over radial. Reciprocating Pumps Slip and coefficient of discharge. Characteristics curves of turbine and pumps. number of buckets.S. power and efficiency. Katson Pub. function and simple problems. classification of Hydraulic Power and turbines (General description) 5 2. Brief classification of control devices. Part-A 1. relief valve. Buckingham Theorem and its practical applications to turbines and pumps. double regulation of impulse and reaction turbines. Kaplan Turbines.Eight questions to be set in all with four questions in each of the part A and B. Reaction Turbines: Description of Francis. velocity diagrams. . specific and unit quantities for turbines and pumps by application of Buckingham theorem. 5 6. jet ratio. Determination of power. 5 Books Suggested: 1. velocity triangles. Hydraulic Devices and Control (Description only): Basis of control system. gear pumps and hydraulic ram controls . Velocity triangles. Candidates are required to attempt a total of five question selecting at least two questions from each part. Draft Tube: Description. velocity diagrams. House. System of Units to followed. Derivation of various dimensionless. and Weber numbers from ratio of forces. Air vessels (work saved by air vessel on suction and delivery pipe) Comparison with centrifugal pumps. reversing valve and time delay valves . degree of reaction as applied to Kaplan and Francis turbines. various efficiencies. Intensifier. Impulse Turbine : Description of Pelton impulse turbine. Brief description of hydraulic fluids used in control system.Kumar. depth and width of buckets. Effect of acceleration on pressure in suction and delivery pipes. 7 Part-B 4. cavitation. Principles of Hydraulic Machines & General Study of Hydro Power Plants : Force of Jet on stationery. Dimensional Analysis and Performance of Hydro Machines: Derivation of equations for Reynold. Axial flow. 7 7. moving flat and curved plates.
Dhanpat Rai & Sons.Delhi. Machine Tools: Role of cutting tool materials on machining efficiency and economy. To draw characteristics of Francis turbine. 5. cast alloy. alloy steels. Power Engineering Theory of Hydraulic Machines Hydraulic & Fluid Mechanics : : Ludhiana.P. 4 (d) Milling: classification. Metropolitan Book Co.Prentice Hall of New Delhi. 4. high carbon steels.Lal. 1992. V. properties. surface. high speed steel. 4 . and center less grinding. : MEC-654 Fluid Machinery L 0 T 0 P 3 1. operations. Planer: Difference between planer and shaper. 7 2. cemented carbides. shaper operations. grinding wheel-designation and selection.1997. cutting speeds and feeds. 4. essential qualities for a grinding wheel.Vasandani. 2. To draw the characteristics of Pelton Turbine. Boring operations and Boring machines.Reves. lathe operation.2. classification. twist drill and milling cutters. 3. types of reamers. Broaching operation and broaching machine. 3. 4 (b) Shaper: classification. Operations performed on drilling machines. Determination of various efficiencies of Hydraulic Ram. Metal Cutting (a) Lathe: Machine and its accessories. Fluid Machinery The Technology of Fluid Power India. 8th edition. types of grinding wheels. 1994. quick return and hydraulic mechanism. New Delhi. 5 (c) Drilling: Fundamentals of drilling process. kinematics scheme of lathe. Lubricants: Function and properties. 1994. Determine the effect of vane shape and vane angle on the performance of centrifugal fan MEC-605 Production Technology L 3 T 0 P 0 1. drive mechanism. Slotting operations. classification. Reaming process. types of drills. essential properties of modern cutting tool materials. taper turning and thread cutting. Indexing: Simple. types of drilling machines. types of cutters. 4 (e) Grinding. its effect on speed and feed. To draw the various characteristics of Centrifugal pump. cylindrical. J. cutting tool materials.Khanna Publishers. geometry of single point cutting tools. purpose. up milling and down milling. 6. To study the constructional features of reciprocating pump and to perform test on it for determination of pump performance. tool holders. Willam W. ceramics. operations. compound and differential indexing. Coolants: Definition. diamond’s CBN and PCD etc.
High energy rate forming process. Manufactring Process : P.e. mechanism of material removal study and selection of process parameters. Abrasive water jet Machining (AWJM) (8 Hours) PART-B 3. selection of processes. product applications. (12 Hrs) 2. machining characteristics. Water jet machining (WJM). Material removal rate. Ion-beam machining (IBM). 5 4. applications & limitations of the following processes. chemical machining (CM). 7 Books Suggested: 1. mechanism of material removal. Abrasives water-jet processes: Working principles. composite materials.3. Overview of mechanical removal processes: Introduction. Electron Beam machining (EBM). Processing of Ceramics & Composite Materials: Definition . 2. 4. Electro chemical machining (ECM). USM. LBM.N. Hybrid Machining. Electro stream and shaped Tube Electrolytic Machining (12 Hrs) 4. fiber reinforced composites. Ultra-Precision Machining and hard turning (12 Hrs) Recommended Books: . IBM. 3. EBM. tool design applications & limitations of the following processes. . Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Process. properties. processing. & III Oxford & IBM Publications : Chapman). Abrasive jet Machining (AJM). Thermal metal removal processes: Thermal energy methods of material processing by Electric Discharge machining (EDM). process capabilities. CHME. High velocity forming processes. Tata McGraw Hill : Cambell. dynapac machines. Electrochemical de-burring. Considerations in process selection. Electro chemical processes: Principle of operation. Materials and Process in Manufacturing : E Paul Degarmo. classification of ceramics. difference between ceramics and composites. and Laser Beam machining (LBM). process capabilities. Abrasive Flow Machining Process (AFM). Workshop Technology (Vol I. laminates. Principle and its application.C. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. ECG. processing. petro-force forming. metal matrix composites. cutting and joining of composites. explosive forming. New Technology: Unconventional Machining Method: CHM. filament winding . particulate composites. EDM.Introduction to new concept of High Speed Machining. machining. study of equipment and selection of process parameters. applications & limitations of the Ultrasonic machining (USM). 5. electro-magnetic forming.. electro-hydraulic forming.Rao MEC 606 Non Conventional Machining L 3 T 0 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Manufacturing Technology : P. types. Working principle. Electrochemical Honing. PAM. ECM. Horn design.Sharma. Classification of various modern machining processes. II. PART-A 1.
Jain Principles of Electrochemical Machining Mc Geough Plasma. Vapour Absorption Refrigeration Cycle (No Mathematical Analysis) Principle of absorption system. Azeotropes. PART A 1.water absorption system.. chemical and physical properties of refrigerants.Title Author(s) Non conventional Machining P. Bell Coleman Cycle and Aircraft Refrigeration Bell Coleman Cycle and its analysis. Effect of suction pressure. water intercooling and flash intercooling. Aqua . Effect of moisture and oil miscibility. Analysis of theoretical and actual vapour compression cycles. Refrigerants dying agents and antifreeze solution. Units of refrigeration and Coefficient of performance.ammonia absorption refrigeration system. Electron and Laser beamTechnology Arata. discharge pressure. Lithium Bromide . 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Desirable properties of absorption system refrigerant and absorbent. Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycle and Refrigeration Vapour compression cycle on P-V. heating effect. Electrolux refrigeration system. components of the system. Compound compression with single and multiple expansion valves. environmental aspects . A Laser Machining-Theory & Practice George Chryssolouris Publisher Narsoa TMH New Age Chapman ASM Springer SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) SEVENTH SEMESTER MEC –701 REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Basic Concept Natural and Mechanical refrigeration. Mishra Modern machining methods Pandey & Shan Advanced Maching Processes V. Desirable thermodynamic.air cycle refrigeration systems and their comparison 3. heating capacity and COP as heat pump. leak detection and charging of refrigerants. Refrigeration effect. super heating and pressure drop in valves on performance and cooling capacity. Reversed Carnot cycle and its limitations 2. Compressor capacity and volumetric efficiency. optimum COP and pressure ratio. Application of Refrigeration. K. comparison between absorption and compression systems. Deviation of actual cycle from theoretical cycle. cooling capacity and COP of a refrigerator. PART-B 5. necessity of air craft refrigeration . multiple load systems with single and multiple expansion valves 4.e. Refrigerants Classification and nomenclature of refrigerants. comparative study of commonly used refrigerants and their fields of application.K. subcooling. Theory of mixtures. temperature concentration and enthalpy concentration diagrams. P-H and T-S diagrams.
degree of saturation adiabatic saturation temperature. Refrigeration and Conditioning by Manohar Prasad. Cooling towers. air filters. effective temperature and comfort charts. Study and performance of Air Washer Test bench. N. room air conditioners. Psychometric Processes and Applications. Air Conditioning Concept.conditioning of different types of premises. Visit to a central Air conditioning plant for study of processes for winter and summer air conditioning 7. Relative and specific humidity. A course on Ref. McGraw Hill 5. Study and performance of Cooling Tower. cooling with dehumidification. 3.air for air. Refrigeration and Conditioning by Jordan and Priester. Sensible heating and cooling. Psychometric properties of air. Study and performance of Air conditioning Trainer (Direct and Indirect type) 10 . enthalpy of air and water vapours. chemical dehumidification. Basic Ref. . Ananthanarayanan Tata McGraw Hill. Calculation/ Estimation of cooling load for large building 6. Domkunder Dhanpat Rai & sons 6. evaporators and expansion devices. sensible and latent heat load. grills. Human requirement of comforts. apparatus dew point temperature. Dry bulb. & Air Conditioning by Arora. and Air Conditioning by P. Study of various elements of a mechanical refrigerator system through cut sections models / actual apparatus 2. air washer. Tata McGraw Hill 2. split units. 9 . Prentice Hall of India 4. Low temperature techniques by din F. psychometric chart. wet bulb and dew point temperatures. condensers. Refrigeration and Conditioning by WF Stoecker. Ducts. Package and central air conditioning plants. 7. by-pass factor. Study of an Ice plant and visit to a cold storage for study 5. Heating with dehumidification. Ecofriendly refrigerants and action plan to reduce ecological hazards. 8. Industrial and comfort air conditioning. dampers. Refrigeration and Conditioning by CP Arora. adiabatic mixing. MEC 751 REFERIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING L 0 T 0 P 3 1. 7. Study and performance of window type room air conditioner 8 . Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Equipment Brief description of compressors. fans. SUGGESTED BOOKS: 1. and Cockett. Calculations for Air –Conditioning Load: Sources of heat load.of conventional refrigerants. Rate and state of supply . Study and performance of domestic refrigerator. Wiley Eastern Limited 3. 6. sensible heat factor. Study the performance of and Eectrolux refrigerator 4.
. Laplace transform representation. Perform two mode (P + I) controls on a temperature/flow control trainer. Signal flow graphs. . 3. Data acquisition and control using Labview software. Part-B Transient and steady state response Time domain representation. Representation of feedback control systems Block diagram and transfer function representation. Reference input. Nyquist criterion. Tune the temperature/flow control trainer using Zeigler-Nichols method. Transient response due to reference input. 8. Proportional cum derivative control. 1. Integral. Acquire data from an analog sensor using PC and Labview software. Part-A 1. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Perform three mode (P + I + D) controls on a temperature/flow control trainer. Hydraulic controllers. Regulators and servomechanism. 7. Introduction Introduction. Analog or Digital control systems. Synchro-control transformer type error detector. Stability of control systems Characteristic equation. Electronic controllers. 5. Sequence control. Open or closed loop systems. Control valve. Representation of processes and control elements Mathematical modeling. Simulation of proportional. Load input. Potentiometer-type comparator. derivative. Liquid. Mason’s formula. Techniques for deriving system state equations. 7. 5.MEC 702 AUTOMATIC CONTROLS L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Pneumatic controllers. 4. Simulate first order system and second order systems on Labview software. typical block diagram. Proportional cum integral control.e. Types of controllers Types of control action. 6. Comparison elements. State space analysis of control systems Generalised state equations. Geared systems. 4. Control vibrations of a cantilevered beam using negative velocity feedback. Block diagram representation. Perform two mode (P + D) controls on a temperature/flow control trainer. Routh’s equation. Hydraulic servomotor. Systems with proportional control. 2. 2. On-off. Load input. Mechanical rotating systems. Representation of systems or processes. Reference input. Concept of sub-VI. 3. Performance analysis. integral control actions MEC 752: AUTOMATIC CONTROLS L 0 T 0 P 3 6. Derivative. Steady state response. gas and thermal systems. Types of control systems. Proportional. Transfer function from state equations Introduction to virtual instrumentation Graphical programming. Electric motors. Response to load input.
e. node numbering scheme. H. Rigid body modes.” Fourth edition by K. Mesh generation. temperature effects. Two dimensional problems using constant strain triangles. Dynamic Analysis: Formulation for solid body with distributed mass. boundary conditions. number of elements. S. FE equations and treatment of boundary conditions.” Third edition (2008) by Chandrupatla and Belegundu from Prentice Hall of India. Overview of the software used for FE methods. Range of applications of FE methods. Approximation techniques. Quadratic shape functions. (5) 15. Part-A 9. Galerkin’s method. Structural optimization. Galerkin Approach. McGraw-Hill Pub. Element mass matrices. (4) 11. Prentice Hall of India. Coordinates and shape functions. Design parameterization. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Guyan reduction. Deformed configuration and mode shape. Future of FE methods. simplification offered by physical configuration of body. (5) Recommended Books: 1. (5) 12. 2. 4. C. (4) Part-B 13. equilibrium. Assembly of global matrix for the banded and skyline solutions. “The Finite Element Method for Engineers. Evaluation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors.Theory and Programming” by Krishnamoorthy. Saint Venant’s principle. Finite Elements in Design: FE based optimal design. “Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering. Advantages and disadvantages of FE methods. Huebner et al from John Wiley & Sons. Inrtoduction: Background of continuum mechanics and FE methods. Inc. problem modeling and boundary conditions. (5) 16. Principle of minimum potential energy.MEC 703: FINITE ELEMENT METHODS L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Preprocessing and Postprocessing: Preprocessing. “Finite Element Analysis. Potential energy approach. Principle of virtual work. 3. Von Mises stress. “Finite Element Procedures in Engineering Analysis. Beams and frames under various boundary conditions. FE modeling using triangular element. Assembly of the global stiffness matrix and load vector. Axisymmetric solids subjected to axisymmetric loadings: Axisymmetric formulation. (4) 10. Postprocessing. Design sensitivity analysis.” 2005 by Bathe. strain-displacement relations. Discretisation of the domain: Types of elements. Topology optimization. stresses. Static Analysis: Plane and three dimensional Trusses. (5) 14. stress-strain relations. . One & Two Dimensional Problems: Introduction. location of nodes..
under simply supported conditions. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam under simply supported conditions.MEC 753: Finite Element Methods L 0 T 0 P 3 9. (using MATLAB) 16. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB. (using MATLAB) 14. MEC 755 MINOR PROJECT L 0 T 0 P 5 MEC 756 VOCATIONAL TRAINING SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) EIGHTH SEMESTER MEC 801: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING L 3 [ T 0 P 0 . 12. FE modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam having a uniformly distributed load over its entire length. FE modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam under simply supported conditions. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Eigen values and mode shapes) of thin rectangular plate under one edge fixed type conditions. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB. Using FE software (such as ANSYS) for modeling and analysis (Stress and deflection) of a rectangular beam having a uniformly distributed load over its entire length. 15. Introduction to use of MATLAB for FE related programming. FE modeling and analysis (Eigen values and mode shapes) of thin rectangular plate under one edge fixed type conditions. 10. 13. (using MATLAB) 11. Introduction to modeling and analysis in any existing general purpose finite element (FE) analysis software. under simply supported conditions. Compare the results obtained by FE software and MATLAB.
types of wheels. universal joint. Ltd. selector mechanism. sliding mesh. 3. 2. catalytic converter. frame and frameless construction. independent suspension. evaporative emission control. steering geometry. types of clutches. crank case emission. types of suspension systems. hydraulic and pneumatic brakes. calculation of equivalent weight.Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. PART-A Introduction Components of automobile. leaf springs. Piston rings. drum and disk brakes. wheel alignment. battery coil ignition system. Suspension Basic classifications. 4. supercharger. air suspension. overdrive. Anglin 3. propeller shaft. fading of brakes. classification of automobile. exhaust emission control. traction and tractive effort. independent suspension system. Kripal Singh 2. Front Axle and steering Front axle. L. under-steer and over-steer. P. I & II. body styles.e. reversibility. clutch plate. relation between engine revolution and vehicle speed. Standard Publication Distributor. Clutches Requirements of clutches. fluid flywheel. 1. rear axle. W. cross ply. types of front wheel. types of tyres. basic structure. wheel dimensions. synchromesh. Brakes wheel and Tyres Brake efficiency and stooping distance. PART-B 5. torque converter. steering ratio. cooling system. automatic transmission. .. necessity. road performance curves. radial ply and belted-bias type.Crouse. Emission control Automotive air pollution. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. BOOKS SUGGESTED: 1. Vol. rear axle drive. antilock braking system. steering linkage. : : : Automobile Engineering. final drive. turbocharger. 4 in each of part A & B and student shall be required to attempt total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. fuel supply system for petrol and diesel engine. gear ratio for maximum acceleration. valves. 6. lubrication system. emission control. Piston. wheel skidding. Transmission Functions of transmission. 7. Delhi Automotive Mechanics. servo brakes. Automobile Engine Engine Types. New Delhi Automotive Engines. types of transmission. power steering. power for propulsion. tyre designation. working of single plate. constant mesh. Dempsey. clutch operation. transfer box. shock absorbers. multiplate and centrifugal clutch. throttle body and multi point fuel injection system . types of brakes. 8.H. steering gears. differential. D.
definition of CAD. Transformations (6) 2D and 3D Transformations. Geometric Modeling techniques. Delhi.4. 3. Geometric Modeling (4) Introduction & need of geometric modeling. Valve re-facing and valve seat grinding and checking the seat for leakage. Replacing of car battery and casting of plate connectors. Points and spark plug gaps and study of the complete ignition circuit. benefits of CAD. coordinate systems.their testing and fitting back. concatenated transformations. 11. Removing the car tyres. Analytical and synthetic entities.e. types: wire frame. Engine trouble shooting. 4 in each of part A & B and student shall be required to attempt total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. 8. radiator. . 5. surface and solid model. adjusting the brake shoes.Giri : : Automotive Mechanics Affiliated East West Press. Checking of the cooling system. 6. Homogeneous transformation. J. rotation. Study of Vehicle steering system and measuring steering geometry angles. parametric and non parametric form. Application of computers for design. Automation and types of automation(soft and hard) 9. translation. 2. N. PLC and CIM. 10. 9. Problems in Automobile Mechanics. CAM in PLM. setting C. bleeding the system and testing. 7. 4.B. MEC 851: AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING L 0 T 0 P 3 1. Introduction (2) The Design Process. New Delhi. Overhauling of breaking system. Heitner 5. reflection and shear transformation. PART-A 1. repairing the tubes .K. Overhauling the fuel pumps. coordinate system used in transformations. cell connectors etc. Checking of cylinders for wear and finding out the next possible over-size of the Piston replacing rings and studying methods of replacing piston after re-boring. Study of various tools and working of various systems/components from an actual automobile/working model. cleaning the jets and testing on the engine. water pump. MEC 802 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURING L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. scaling. Khanna Publishers. CAM. 10. Overhauling of the distributor. thermostat valve and its faults.
11. analytic surface. Books Suggested: 6. PART-B 12. Coordinate Systems. CAD Modeling 1. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing. Solids (4) Solid models. CNC programming by B S Pabla. Components of CNC machine. boundary representation. turning and machining center. Surfaces (6) Surface entities. surface of revolution. 13. geometry and topology. file structure and formats 14. New Age Publishers. ruled surface. parabolas. conics. Computer Aided Design & Manufacture by Zimmer & Groover. programming for 2D and 3D jobs. Simple machine parts and components construction using Inventor/ pro E/ other 3D modeling package 2. a tabulated cylinder. NC part programming (6) Introduction and basic terms of part programming. cubic splines. NC words (4) Introduction. 10. Loops and Subroutines programming. Curves (8) curve entities. hyperbolas. G code. Implement simple programmes for the graphics representation of a) Transformation. an ellipse. representation scheme and its fundamentals. b) Projections. description of codes. curve representation. representation. MEC-852 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN & MANUFACTURING L 0 T 0 P 3 5. ellipses. circles. computer aided part programming. 15. Classification of CNC machines. Product data exchange. bezier curve and B-spline curve(open non periodic). Mechanical assembly of the parts. synthetic curves. 8. c) Cubic & splines curves . Principles of Computer Aided design and Manufacturing by Farid Amirouche . “Computer Aided Manufacturing “by Rao. Mastering CAD/CAM by Ibrahim Zeid – McGraw Hill 7. plane surface. DNC and Adaptive Control. Canned cycles. CNC. constructive solid geometry. sweep representation. analytic curves – lines. M code. Write code to generate a circle.Pearson publication 9. 7. surface of revolution. 6. hermite cubic spline.
2. To generate computer aided part program and find out CL file as well as post processor file in terms of G & M code for different components. Patankar. Project problem. Treatment of Boundary Condition. Introduction to CFD by P. Comparison of the three basic approaches in engineering problem solving – Analytical.. Problem Formulation: The standard procedure for formulating a problem Physical and Mathematical classification of problems. MEC 803 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS L 3 T 1 P 0 PART-A 1. Anderson Publisher. Computational Fluid flow and Heat Transfer by Ed. McGraw Hill: Principles of Computational Fluid Dynamics by P.MAC method. Wesseling. Types of governing Differential equations and Boundary conditions. (7 hrs) 3. Sundaranjan. Recent Advances in Computational Techniques. Finite volume Method and Spectral Method. d) Surfaces. Finite Element Method. Explicit and Implicit Methods. Introduction History of CFD. Niyogi. New York. Narosa Publications. Methods of Discretisation: Basics of Finite Difference Method. 3 4 5 6 Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow by Suhas V. Experimental and Computational Methods. (13 hrs) 5. (5 hrs) 2. Calculation of boundary layer flow over a flat plate. Muralidhar & T. Viscous Incompressible flows Calculation of flow field using the stream function-vorticity method. K. Stability of numerical Methods. SIMPLE algorithm. Computational Fluid Dynamics by Bose.8. Computational Fluid Dynamics by J. (10 hrs) Numerical Solution to Fluid Flow Problems Types of fluid flow and their governing equations. Numerical algorithms for solving complete NavierStokes equations. Wiley. Numerical Solution to Heat Conduction Problems: Steady-state Problems: (i) One-dimensional Heat Conduction Transfer through a Pin-fin (ii) Two-dimensional Conduction through a plate Unsteady-state Problem: Onedimensional Transient Heat Conduction. Taylor & Francis. T. . Pearson Publications. (5 hrs) PART-B 4. K. Books Recommended: 1.
4. Two dimensional heat conduction in a rectangular geometry.MEC 853 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS L 0 T 0 P 3 1. 3. 2. Temperature distribution for a heated plate subjected to fixed boundary conditions MEC 855 MAJOR PROJECT L 0 T 0 P 5 . To solve the temperature distribution for a fin. To solve two dimensional incompressible viscous flow in a lid driven cavity. 5. Temperature distribution for a heated plate subjected to insulated boundary condition on one side.
Selecting fuel for new plants. Future trends in power industry. Gas Turbine Power Plants: . Losses in various types of heater arrangements. Deaerators and aerators. superchargers. selection of power plants on thermodynamic economical and operating considerations. Diesel Power Plants :. Steam Power Plant :. Method of starting and stopping the engines. Site selection. Boiler furnaces. air intake system.The examiner shall set 8 questions i.SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) (ELECTIVE SUBJECTS) FOR SEVENTH SEMESTER MEC 704 (a) THERMAL PLANT ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . Gas turbine cycle calculations. Equations for single heater arrangement and series of heaters.How fuel burns ? Types of fuel and their characteristics. . diesel engine fuel injection system. engine lubrication and engine cooling systems. Steam generation for special applications.e. Economics of gas turbine plant compared with steam power plant.Cycles with finite number of heaters.Generation of electricity and sources of energy. Economics of diesel plant over stem and hydro-electric plant. (f) Miscellaneous: . steam separators. Design trend in water tube boilers. arrangements of diesel plant. Steam station cost. PART . thermal refinement of gas turbine cycle. 2.Elements of gas turbine plants. (e) Water Treatment: .B 3. principle and performance of simple gas turbine plant. Burning and feeding of oil and gas. methods of coal firing.Quality of water needed by the plant. maintenance and operation. Types of heater arrangements. Water Treatment. Advantages and disadvantages of using diesel power plant. Generator selection. Types of impurities. (d) Fuels and Firings: . Ash handling and ash disposal. analysis of optimum rise in ideal cycle efficiency. Coal handling and coal storage. Combination gas turbine cycles. Handling and feeding chemicals. Feed water regulation. thermodynamic cycles. PART . pulverized and different types of stokers. air pre-heaters.Principle construction and operation of high pressure boilers.(a) Introductory: . (c) Feed Water Heating and Steam Turbines: . Combustion control. stoker fired and pulverized fuel feeding systems. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Schematic layout of a modern coil oil fed steam power station. Condenser cooling water systems.Construction and operation of economizers. Power sources of the future. pH value. (b) Stem Generators: .Diesel plant elements. Supercritical pressure systems. Clarification of water and filter designs. Heat balance of steam power station. Load curves.A 1.
BOOKS SUGGESTED 1. site selection. Bernoulli’s equation. Radioactivity. reactor fuels and materials. energy levels. Morse. Air pollution. momentum and energy as applied to control volumes. Gaffert. nuclear reaction. 2. Isentropic Flow:- . Testing of a Diesel Power Plant. Power Plant and the air pollution. steady flow energy equation. decay laws. Heat Balance of a Steam Turbine. 3. Dr. 3. half lives. Heat Balance of a boiler. boiling water reactor and gas cooled reactor.M. properties of the continuum. Skrotzkiand. 6. 5. Heat balance of a Diesel Engine. 2. MEC 754 (a) THERMAL PLANT ENGINEERING L 0 T 0 P 3 1. thrust function. Basic concepts of Gas Dynamics and Gas Properties :Definition: Units and dimensions. Reactor system safety provisions. Mahesh Verma. 5. Fusion reaction. Pressurized water reactor. Methods of describing fluid motion. Nuclear Power Plants: . 9. 8. Some common types of power reactors. The integral form of the equations of Conservations of Mass. Editors of Power (Mc-Graw Hill) Potter. Heat Balance of a Steam Engine. applications to the steady flow of inviscid compressible fluids. 2. 4. binding energy. heat removal. The fission chain reaction (Controlled and Uncontrolled). Domkundw L 3 T 1 P 0 MEC 704 (b) GAS DYNAMICS Note :. Fundamental Equation Study of One Dimension Flow:Continuity equation the momentum equation the dynamic equation and Euler’s equation.The examiner shall set 8 questions i.Atomic structure. The concepts of a continuum.4. Maintenance of chain reaction. Testing of a Steam Power Plant. Control of internal and external hazards. 6. Power Plant Engineering Power Station Engineering & Economy Power Generation System Steam Power Plants Steam Power Stations Nuclear Power Plants Nuclear Power Engineering Power Plant Engineering Electric Power Plants : : : : : : : : : T. M. 4. 3. Eulerian Method. 7. Taylor. Units of radiation dose. Lagrangian method.e. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. PART – A 1. Economics of nuclear power plants. El-Wakel.
To Study the different methods of measuring the flowing in case of Compressible flows. Study of shock tube. 7. flow parameter. Under-expansion and over-expansion in nozzle flow. Governing relation of the Normal shock. Mack number across the shock. Normal shock supersonic diffusers. 6. 5. velocity gradient. Normal Shock Waves:Formation of shock waves. Navier. Oblique through Nozzles:Oblique shock equation. effect of friction and area change.Introduction. effect of the increase of the inlet Mach number and duct length. 9. MEC754 (b) GAS DYNAMICS L 0 T 0 P 3 1. Chocking due to friction. 8. supersonic diffusers. 3. Acoustic velocity. shock polars. the momentum equation. Bernoulli’s equation. . Flow in Constant. Fannolines.Stocks Equation. weak waves. area ratio for complete expansion. compression waves. choking due to friction. Isothermal flow through long ducts. Mach number. 10 Introduction to Multimedia Flow:The equation of continuity. internal compression subsonic diffusers. Classification of flows. Study of low speed wind tunnel. To study to make tunnel and visualize flow around different bodies shapes. 4. Losses nozzle. Pressure. shock geometry. the energy equation. 7. critical condition stagnation values 4.Area Ducts with friction:Friction loss. PART-B 6. 5. Change governing equation . Flow through Nozzles:The Converging diverging nozzle. To study the formation of a wave phenomenon with the help of a water table. Kerman’s rules of supersonic flow. Flow in Ducts with Heating or Cooling:Stagnation temp. the converging diverging supersonic diffusers. Density. Potential Flow. effect of varying back pressure on nozzle flow. Rayleigh lines. Flow through Diffusers:Classification of diffusers. the friction parameter. (i) Pressure (ii) Velocity (iii) Temperature (iv) Density (v) Flow direction To study different methods of dynamic flow measurement techniques. Mach line and mach angle. external compression subsonic diffusers. To determine the pressure and velocity variation along the length of a diffuser. the conical internal-compression Subsonic diffusers. Temperature. 2.
needle bearings. Rolling Bearing:. load capacity. grease selection. Fluid flow : Shapiro. slider type bearings. load capacity. pressure fed bearings. effect of end flow on load factor. hydrodynamic bearings theory. Kingsbury’s electrical-analogy. lubrication oil Vs grease oil lubrication. filling notch bearings. externally pressurized bearings. stribeck’s equation for load capacity. leakage factor. principle for selection of bearings. pivot-equation. magneto bearings. miniature ball bearings double row ball bearings. non-dimensional charts and simple numerical. roller element bearings. Design aspects of simple journal bearings. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Sealing devices. multiple journal Barings. mechanical requirements. externally pressurized bearings. characteristics of hydro dynamically lubricated surface Boundary region of lubrication. MEC 704 (c) BEARINGS AND LUBRICATION L 3 T 1 P 0 Note :. angularcontact ball bearings. pressure bearings and non-pressure bearings.BOOKS SUGGESTED Thermodynamics of Com. spring supported flexible plate thrust bearings.Elementary study of deep groove bearings. duplex bearings. The Hagen-poiseuillie Law.e. To find pressure distribution around a simple journal bearings under varying loads on driven shaft. specification and application.oiled bearings. ball thrust bearings. Greases.Types of bearings available. pivoted shoe bearings. self-aligning ball bearings. MEC 754 (C) BEARINGS AND LUBRICATION L 0 T 0 P 3 1. Selection of Bearings and Requirements:. wick. Reynolds’s equation in two dimensions and limitation of the theory. oils in greases including the study of consistency. mechanical stability.Laws of dry sliding friction. The plane slider bearings. selection and its application. Projects and case studies concerning the topics in theory. slider bearings. types of thrust bearings. . slider bearings friction. step thrust bearing. pocket thrust bearings. 2. PART B Viscosity. Sliding Bearings:. environmental condition and economical. synthetic grease. tapered thrust bearings. and pressure on viscosity. principle of operation. The full journal bearings. load capacity. PART A Friction and Lubrication: .Types of journal bearings.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. effect of temp. Petroff’s equation. bleeding and evaporation properties. Reynolds’s equation in three dimensions. journal bearings friction.
shear-difference method of stress separation. Composition of brittle coatings. compensation techniques.. 3. Note:. reinforcing effects and thickness of birefringent 5. York. 6. Birefringent Caotings : coatings. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. strain equation of transformation. PART-A 1. temperature compensation. Two Dimensional Photo elasticity: Stress optic law. N. dark and light field arrangement. Brittle Coatings: introduction.R. influence of atmospheric condition. PART-B 4. Strain analysis.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. MEC754 (d) EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS L 0 T 0 P 3 The students are required to presents seminars on various advance topics relating to the subject. York. principle stress and principle and principle planes. coatings stresses and failure theories. Basic ELASTICITY: Laws of stress transformation.C. optics of Polaris cope. stress freezing in models. McGraw Hill Book Co. crack detection. materials for three dimensional photo-elasticity.e. Sensitivity. Cauchy’s strain quadric. Electric Resistance Strain Gauges: Gauges construction and installation. gauges factor. Three Dimensional Photo Elasticity: Neuman’s strain optic relationship. Rosettes.F. Bearings Design & Applications D. 2. and E. Shaw and Fred Mecks McGraw Hill Book Co. fringe sharp ending. Rostre analysis. gauge sensitiveness. potentiometer and wheatstone bridge circuits for strain measurements. commonly employed photo elastic materials. correction for transverse strain effects. Cauchy’s stress quards. N. different types of crack patterns.. stress-strain relationship. principle strain. fringe multiplication. Booser. 1949 MEC704 (d) EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS L 3 T 1 P 0 : 2. plane and circular Polaris copes. . 1949 Analysis and Lubrication of Bearings:M. Wilcock. Factors affecting gauge relation.BOOKS SUGGESTED 1. coating cure. effect of biaxial stress field.
N.Introduction to methods engineering. formulation of the problem. M. PART – A 1. Various methods of reading stop watches. work sampling procedure.M Synthesis of elemental time application. York : Mundell. (4) Relation between observed time. operator’s performance. (5) BOOKS SUGGESTED : Barns.Application of work sampling. N. Work study report of Hostel Mess. trip frequency chart and diagram. history in general definition. Methods Engineering Motion and Time Study Work Study Work Study MEC 754 (e): WORK STUDY L 0 T 0 P 3 1. 4. requirements of good incentive schemes. 4. 3. Dalela. group incentives. (3) in Implementation. procedure diagram. types of incentives. follow up and feed back. : O. operation process chart. multiple activity chart. Work Measurement :. . Work study report of college workshop.T. Prentice Hall of India.MEC 704 (e) : WORK STUDY L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . 2. 3. wage-incentives schemes.B 2. (5) (4) System. analysis of problem and use of aids like flow diagram.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. 3. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.Wages and wage incentives. various rating methods. Delhi 1. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Work study report of college Library. left hand and right hand charge. (2) General procedure for method study. Work Sampling :. resistance to charge and acceptance of new Solution.P. Evaluation of alternatives. Special problem-complete investigation of the problem from motion study point of view. Calculation of Standard time for various problems. (10) Search for alternatives including principles of motion economy and other aids to be used search phase.Introduction to work measurement. normal time and standard time. Pre-determined time systems: work factor. Methods Engineering :. work measurement equipment and procedure. 2. Khanna . objects. standard Publishers.e. Delhi : S. Design of work sampling plan. Delhi. principles of motion economy. Wage and Wage Incentives: . (3) PART . Mc-Graw Hills.
(5) 7. Sensor. NC System & Servo Mechanism. Introduction: Concept of Automation. Methods Engineering Methods Engineering Motion and Time Study MEC : : : Barns. York Mundell. Flexible Automation – A New Tools. Advantages of Automation. Automated Inspection & Testing: . John Wiley & Sons. Control System. N.Robotic Technology.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Delhi 704 (f) INDUSTRAIL AUTOMATION L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . Robot Anatomy. Types of Drive system. BOOKS SUGGESTED 1.Aided Drafting * Design) CNC Machine Tools & their Machining. 2. Low Cost Automation. Transfer Devices. N. 5. Flow process Chart. Automated Assembly Material Handling.Automated Inspection Principles and Methods Sensor Technologies for Automated Inspection. Computer Process Control. (4) BOOKS SUGGESTED . (5) 3. specification. Argument for and against Automation Strategies.Adaptive Control Sequence Control and Programmable Controllers. Robotics: . non-Contact Inspection Methods.e. (Types & Application). 3.4. (5) PART-B. Standard time calculation. Actuators. (5) 6. Power Control Elements. Robot. N. 6. 5. Co-ordinate Measuring Machines. York Krick. Fluid Control Components: Fluid. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part PART A Total Lectures: 37 1. Robot Programming. Robots Function & Programming in FMS. Other Contract Inspection Methods Machine Vision. (Computer. optical Inspection Methods. Industrial Application:Robot Applications. Metering Valves. Hydraulic & Pneumatic Values. The Future Automated Factory. Fluid Power Symbols. (5) 8. Economic Consideration. (4) 2. Feeders & Material Handling:Detroit–Type Automation Analysis of Automated Flow Lines. Prentice Hall of India. Mc-Graw Hills. Flow and Direction Control Valves. Hydraulic Servo System. Operation Process Chart. End Effectors. Flexible Automation Technology: Introduction to Flexible Automation. Control System: . (4) 4. Reason fro Automating.
Automation Production System & Computer-Integrated Manufacturing. Robotics & Flexible Automation. Applications of transfer devices and feeders. Design exercise on air cylinders and mountings. Study of numerical adopting controls. Pneumatic Control : : : Mikell P. 2.R. Deb S. 5. BOOK SUGGESTED Fluid Logic Control and Industrial Automation : Daniell Bauteillie. 2. Grover S. 4. 3. Study of Hydraulic Servo Systems Study of remote control circuits. .1. Majundar MEC 754 (f) INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION L 0 T 0 P 3 1.R. 3.
SYLLABUS FOR BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (MECHANICAL) (ELECTIVE SUBJECTS) FOR EIGHTH SEMESTER MEC 804 (a) THEORY OF ELASTICITY & PLASTICITY L 3 T 1 P 0 Note: . Basic Elasticity: Three dimensional stress and strain systems. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. 6. Applications of slip line field theory to plane strain problems. Torsion :. PART – A 1.e.strain relation . Plotting of flow curve for a member subjected to uni – axial tension and fitting the suitable stress . Geiringer’s Velocity equation. 2. Measurement of strains with the help of electrical strain gauges. Slip Line Yield Theory :. slip lines.s and karunes equation). Bauschinger effectyield locus.Tresca theory & Von-Mises yield criterion.Stress functions. 3. 3. their geometrical representation. 8. Experimental verification of yield criteria. Two dimensional Elasticity :. 2.Idealized stress-strain systems. the upper bound theorem and their corollaries.The lower bound theorem. Introduction to Plasticity :. approximate equation for stress strain curves (Ramberg-Osgood. Hencky’s first theorem.B 5. Applications of load bounding to plane strain problems. basic equations. experimental evidence for the criteria. Load Bounding: . yield surface. PART . Ludwig.Torsion of circular and elliptical bars – elastic analysis. principal strains and principal planes. Principal stresses. Yield Criteria and Flow Rules :.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. 4. 4. plane stress and plane strain methods. BOOKS SUGGESTED .Two Dimensional plasticity. Measurement of principal strains and calculation of principle stresses in a tension member under uni-axial loading and comparison of the results with those obtained from theory. MEC 854 (a) THEORY OF ELASTICITY & PLASTICITY L 0 T 0 P 3 1. Mohr’s circle for 3 – dimensional stress and strain systems.
lead. Standardization. straight edge methods. Abbe principle. composite elements. sine bars & angle. optical systems. screw thread gauges. surface plates. Reflection. 5. thread caliper gauges.Errors in threads.Line Standards. angular slip gauges. levels or auto-collimator method. compariscope. end bars. engineer’s squares. square ness testing.A Standards of Measurements :. Interchangeability:Concept and need of interchangeability. Fitness and Square ness testing:. Transformation of energy. MEC 854 (b) METROLOGY . compound error. levels. pitch.1. optical flatness. Refraction Interference. Mechanical optical and electrical comparators. random error. Pneumatic gauges. standard meter. Construction details of measuring instrument. wave length standard. Variation of electric parameters – Principle of pneumatic measuring instruments.. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. slip gauges.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. finishtaly surf. auto-collimator. Miscellaneous:Acceptance tests for a lathe. profilometer. indicator method. measurement of surface. backlash.Principle for mechanical measuring instruments – Lever methods. Surface Finish Measurement: Definitions of spur gear. measurement of element of the external and internal threads. graduation lines and scale division. Design of limit gauges. recorder. Principles of optical measuring instruments. Flatness testing – level or autocollimator method. auto-collimator methods. System of fits. measurement of spur gear parameters. Helical strip method. Dial indicators. substandards and standards. Spur Gear Measurement: . Lenses. Measuring machines. Screw Thread Measurement :. PART . Types of error. pivot & bearings. Systems of tolerances. Durelli. Linear and angular Measurement:Use of slip gauges. Measuring Principles :. vernier method. Measuring accuracy – dimensional & geometrical accuracy. clinometers. Compound gearing method. PART-B Straightness. Plasticity for Mechanical Engineering Experimental Analysis Elasticity Analysis of stress and strain Engineering Plasticity : : : : : Johnson & Miller – Van Nostrand Dally & Riley Sokolnikoff. Phillips – Mc Graw Hill Calladina – Pergaman MEC 804 (b) METROLOGY Note: . Design Standardization and Manufacturing standardization.Straight edges. tooth thickness.e. Ram out. imperial standard yard. straightness testing. 2. microscope interference methods. 4. gauges. Optical prism. Principle of electrical measuring instruments. taper gauges. 3.Geometry of spur gear. screw & screw nut method. Alignment of bearings.
Cranes. production dispatching and follow up as related to materials handlings. To check a sine bar. environment. 11. 2. 8. To measure the form and angle of a plug screw gauge by optical method. To measure the angle of a taper plug gauge with sine bar.Belt carrier.J. Elevators and Hosits: crane elevators. load transferring machines. 12. 2. frequency and duration. To calibrate a micrometer. screw vibrating and reciprocating pneumatic tubes. handling problems. To check a form gauge by projection including the construction of the projection drawing.Plant location. Production Control and material Handling: . flow diagrams. To set and calibrate an Engineer’s block level. To compare two slip gauges using an optical flat. analysis of material handling problem.1. dump trucks. To measure a plug screw gauge.e. Note: . 7. distance. 4. containers.Principles of material handling. hoist. chain and cable. PART-B Fixed cranes and derricks. air operated & Hydraulic devices 6. Importance of Material Handling: . To check a straight edge. 8. railways. materials control production planning. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part.Types of Production control. the layout as key material. 9. Hume Metrology : Taher Metrology and Interchangeability : K. MEC 804 (c) MECHANICAL HANDLING 1. Aume.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Factory Planning and Material Handling: . 3. operation chart and flow process chart. 3.Material. Enclosed tight. labour and equipments. BOOKS SUGGESTED Metrology : K. 14. . 7. portable Industrial trucks. speed. To calibrate a dial gauge.G. Material Handling factors: . 6. winches cable ways. industrial packing etc. To measure the pitch error of a screw gauge (plug of ring). 5. factory handling. To test the flatness of the surface plate using a block level. To measure a gap gauge with slip gauges. cars. open top and platform coil supports. 10. production scheduling. over head track age system. roller. Conveyors: . 15. To check a engineer’s square. 2. 3. To measure the height of a circular spigot. Pollets and Containers: strapping. 5. 4. PART A 1. 13. traveling cranes.
6. 2. 8.e. Solar Collector Characteristics. solar Pond. Utilization of Industrial Wastes such as Bagasse.9. 6. To study control system of a bulldozer. 4. Plug-flow. BOOK SUGGESTED Construction Equipment : Mahesh verma EEC 804 (d) RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (For Mechanical Engineering) Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Selective Surfaces & Basis of solar Collectors. Flash Pyrolysis Fermentation and gasification. Energy Plantation. Biogas: (4) Principles of Bioconversion. Characteristics of solar spectra including Wave length Distribution. Instruments for solar radiation. 3. Classification of Biomass plants. Agriculture Wastes. To study the transmission and revolving system of a crane. Introduction to Renewable Energy Sources:(3) Introduction to Non-convectional/Renewable Energy Sources &Technologies. Biomass generation. Solar Radiations: (4) Measurement and Prediction of Solar Radiation. MEC 854(c) MECHANICAL HANDLING 1. concrete mixture etc. Biofuels (4) Bioconversion Techniques. 1. Draglines. To prepare a plant location report for setting up a small scale industry. Biomass: (2) Biomass as an energy Sources.Direct Combustion. Properties and Uses of Biogas. To study transmission system of a bulldozer. 4. Animal and Human Wastes. Continuous. chemical and biological. To study a dump truck. Their Importance for Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection. Mechanical Handling Equipment Used on Project Sites:Shovels. Types of Bioreactors – Batch. clamshell cranes. 4 in each of part A & B and student shall be required to attempt total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. . 7. 5. Landfill Refuse. 2. Pyrolysis. To draw flow process chart for mechanical handling. Radiation Properties and spectral Characteristics Materials. scrappers and motor graders. bulldozers. To study the hoisting system of a crane.thermal. Stirred Sewage. their analysis. Industrial Wastes. 3. To study different conveyors systems. conversion technologies. Solar Thermal system: (5) Solar Collection Devices. application of solar energy to space heating etc. Photosynthesis. 5.
Garg and Jai Parkash Chang Soo Bockeries and Srinivasan Duffic and Beckman : Solar Energy: Principles of Thermal Collection and Storage. Ecological & Safety Consideration. Location & Potential Assessment. Wind Energy Development in India. McGraw Hill. Application of Wind Energy. Secondary Applications such as Fresh Water Production. Utilization in Conventional Engines and Power Generation including Cogeneration. Chemical& Physical Properties of Geothermal Brines: Control of scale Deposition. Gasification. : Fuel cells. 8. Energy Conversion & Transmission. Environmental aspects.Combustion systems. Wind Energy: (2) Basic Principles. Cross flow. Site Selection – Single & Multiple Bay System. Study of PV Panel & determination of its Characteristics. Duck. Refrigeration. Sizing: Beneficiation of Fuels.P. 2. Tata McGraw Hill. Power Transmission & System Efficiency. Cycles & Load Factors. : Energy Conversion. etc. Secondary Applications of Waves such as Harbour Wall. Operation for Geothermal Wells. Basic components of a Wind Energy Conversion System.Hot Rock. Power Cycles. Thermal Utilization & Mineral Recovery. 5. Tidal Heads & Duration. Logging& Cycles. Biofueling. BOOKS SUGGESTED: 1. Other Renewable Sources of Energy :(2) Waves: Nature and availability of Energy from waves Onshore & Off-shores: Principles of Wave Converters – Raft. Geothermal Energy: (5) (3) Nature of Geothermal Resources. Heat Exchanger Criteria. 4. Updraft. Maniculture. Site Selection. Principles of Tidal Energy Conversion. : Solar energy : Fundamentals and application. : Solar Engineering of Thermal Process. 6. Classification & Characteristics of Geothermal Resources. Thermodynamics & Kinematics of gasification. Their types. New Delhi. Combustion Characteristics of Biofuels.P. Types of Gasifiers-Downdraft. Hot Water& Steam. S. Drilling. : Direct Energy Coinversiuon. (2) OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion): Temperature & Tropical oceans: Principles of OTEC Systems.Origin & Nature of Tides. 3. Oscillating Water Columns. Sukhatme H. Refrigeration. Regulation and Control of Tidal Power Generations. 2. MEC 854(d): RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES 1. Pumps & Turbines. Seawater Pumping. Prentice Hall. Tides :. Two-phase Flow Turbines. Study of Operating Characteristics of PV Lighting and Pumping System. Prentice Hall. principles of power production System & Cycles. Thermal Phase Flow Turbines. Tata MeGraw Hill. 8. 3. . 7. Classification of Wind Energy Conversion System. Tapered Channels & Buoys. Study of Solar Radiation. Selection of Working Fluids. John Wiley. fluidized.
e. Solar Stills. Tensile strength. 4. transfer. 10. Impact strength. Adhesion and bond strength. Engineering Application of Plastics. type and properties of plastic. Resilience. Study of Solar Collectors. Introduction. To perform compression test on plastics. Hardness. Machining & joining of plastics – General Machining properties. 2. Solar Cookers. bursting and bearing strength. Engineering application of rubber. elongation and modulus. machining operations Methods of joining plastics. 5. Study of the operation and Determination of operating Characteristics of a Biomass Converter/ Gasifire.strain curve. 6. Plasticity and flow. plastic yield. Chemical.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. PART – A 1. Creep. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. stiffness and damping. Methods of processing and testing of rubbers. Testing of plastics – Mechanical testing of plastics.4. Study of Thermopysical Characteristics of Biomass Plants/ Biogas Plants. Re-inforced Plastics – Nature & Processing methods. shear. 5. To perform shear test on plastics.b Abrasion. Preparation of test specimen and Procedure of testing the following properties: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) (x) (xi) (xii) (xiii) 8. 2. Rubbers : Introduction. Design Considerations for plastic components. Viscosity. MEC 804 (e) PLASTIC & RUBBER TECHANOLOGY Note: . 7. and Solar Space Heating and Water heating Systems. 9. injection and Blow Moulding Extension.braking. artificial rubbers. Elastic and plastic properties of vulcanized rubber. 6. MEC 854 (e) PLASTIC & RUBBER TECHANOLOGY 1. . Solar Concentrators. Compressive. Electrical and thermal failures in plastic. PART-B Common failures and defects in plastic materials: Defects arising during moulding and extension. Flexural properties. Ageing. 3. To perform the shear test on plastics and draw stress. Tear Strength and fatigue. Moulding of plastic components – Compression. Friction. 3. cross. Mechanical.
2.) Locies F. To perform Impact test on plastics. lever and J.F. To perform Bending test on plastics. BOOKS SUGGESTED Fluid Mechanics of turbo machinery VoI.B 3. 5. Prentice Hall MEC 804 (g) PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT L T P .E. New York R. VoI I : 4. Rikardorn (McGraw Hill Book Co. Rhys (Temple Press London).Irrotational flow through stationery radial flow vane systems – laws of relative motions in radial flow runners. Engrs.e. McGraw Hill. MEC 804 (f) ADVANCED FLUID MACHINERY Note: . Rahm (McGraw Hill). 1965). Fundamental Tools of Plastics : 6. 4 from each part and students shall be required to attempt a total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. Plastic Mould Engg. Francis. PART – A 1. One Dimensional Theory : Eular’s theory – Relation between velocity diagrams and direction of vanes. Laszlo Sons (Pergaman press. BOOKS SUGGESTED 1.4. Kaplan and Centrifugal Pumps) – Drawing Mushhel curves in above cases. To perform creep test at room temp. 8. PART.The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Two Dimensional Theory of Radial and Axial Flow machines:. Delmonta (Plantar Publishing Co. Wislicenus.C. MEC 854 (f) ADVANCED FLUID MACHINERY More detailed experiments of hydraulic machines (Pelton.) (American Society – Tool & Mfg.) A. Plastics tooling and machining handbook : 5. on plastics. Three dimensional problems in turbo machinery and its two dimensional solutions. 7. Plastic in Engineering : 2. To perform hardness test on plastics. 5. Variation in design and operating conditions of hydrodynamics machines. Influence of fluid friction in turbo machinery and limitations of present theory of turbo machinery. Properties and Testing of Plastic Materials: J. 4. Stodola’s correction – Exact solution and comparison with approximate solution – Pressures and forces in rotating systems. 1: Advanced Fluid Dynamics and Fluid Machinery G. To perform torsion test on plastics. Hydrodynamic theory of cavitation in turbo machinery.Binder. 6. Hennery M. Plastic Moulding : 3.
S. 2. 2. Methodology for process design. McGraw Hill . MEC 854(g) PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT L 0 T 0 P 3 The students are required to presents seminars on various advance topics relating to the subject. capacity planning models and linear programming 4. . 4 in each of part A & B and student shall be required to attempt total of 5 questions with at least 2 questions from each part. principles and types of layouts. Prentice Hall. characteristics of phases of product life cycle. factors effecting scheduling. classification of a production process.e. inspection. 6. batch scheduling. control charts. Tata McGraw Hill. product design vs process design. forecasting errors and economics of forecasting.Chary. Inventory control Introduction and need of the inventory control. Books Suggested: 1. RJ Ebert . Long term and short term capacity strategies. 7. “Production and operation management” James Dilworth. CRAFT.3 [ 1 0 Note: The examiner shall set 8 questions i. Quality Management Concept of Quality. Manufacturing Vs Service operations.N. Fixed order quantity and fixed order interval system. statistical quality control. Job Shop scheduling. Line balancing. 8. Facility location and layout Facility location and procedure. forecasting methods. sequencing. Demand forecasting Introduction. . Material requirement planning. quality cost. concept of TQM & ISO Certification. FSN.strategies and guidelines. 3. PART-B 5. Aggregate planning . layout planning. scope and objectives. “Production and Operations Management " . selective inventory controls-ABC. “Production and operation management”. Product Development process. Adam EE . Introduction Production and Operations functions. PART-A 1. Capacity planning Definition and basic concepts. Product and process Design Need. basic EOQ model. type of inspection. role of operation management in productive systems. 3. meeting global challenges. various inventory costs. time series components. VED. Operation scheduling Scheduling concept and its need.
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