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UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
S C H E M E O F E X A M IN A T IO N AND C O U R S E S O F R E AD IN G FOR B .E .M A N U F A C T U R IN G P R O C E S S AN D A U T O M A T IO N E N G G .
Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester
III Examination, IV Examination, V Examination, VI Examination, VII Examination,
Syllabus applicable to students seeking admission to the B.E. Manufacturing Process and Automation Engg.
Course in the Academic year, 2000-2001 Price : Rs.30-00
F AC U LTY O F TEC H N O LO G Y
(U N IV E R S ITY O F D E LH I)
NEW SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
1. There shall be the following four year Degree Courses under the Faculty of Technology; i Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) ii Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics & Communication) iii Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) iv Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) v Bachelor of Engineering (Production & Industrial) vi Bachelor of Engineering(Polymer Science and Chemical vii Technology) viii Bachelor of Engineering (Computer) (viii) Bachelor of Engineering (Instrumentation & Control) ix Bachelor of Engineering (Manufacturing Process & Automation) 2. In addition to the conditions laid down in Ordinance I, a candidate seeking admission to any of the above Courses of study for the bachelor's Degree should satisfy the following conditions. (a) Educational Qualifications : A candidate passing any one of the following examinations and securing 60 per cent or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics shall be eligible for admission to the first Semester of Bachelor of Engineering Course provided he/she has passed in each subject separately; (i) Senior School Certificate Examination (12 year Course of the Central Board of Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.), New Delhi. (ii) Indian School Certificate Examination (12year Course) of the Council for Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi. (iii) B.Sc. (Gen.) Group 'A' final Examination of the University of Delhi or equivalent examination. (iv) B.Sc. (Hons.) Examination in Physics. Chemistry and Mathematics of the University of Delhi with Combination of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematic and equal weightage to the subsidiary subjects or equivalent examination.
(2) (v) Any other examination recognized as equivalent to the Senior School Certificate Examination of the C.B.S.E.bythe University of Delhi. A Candidate must additionally have passed English as a subject of study either at the 10th class level or 12th class (core or elective). Note ; There shall be no direct admission to any level of the Courses above the 1st Semester. 3. Under each B.E. Degree Course certain subjects are offered which can be classified as Theory/Practical/Drawing/Design/Project/ Practical Training Further classification is based on the relationship of the subjects with the degree courses admitted to, namely Humanities S Social Science/Basic Sciences/Allied Engineering; Departmental, Core, etc. In addition to the above, a subject could be classified as a compulsory one or as one of the pre-requisite for another subject. The committee of Courses and studies ol the concerned Department shall do this classification. 4. A student who joins the first semester will ! be automatically, deemed to have registered for the subjects which are listed under the first Semester of the SUGGESTED SCHEME OF LEARNING. Every student is required to register for the subjects to be taught in the second and subsequent semesters. This process of registration shall start just before the start of next semester. The student" will also indicate during registration of subject/subjects of earlier Semester(s) in which he/she desires to appear, if other wise eligible. Such a student will be allowed to appear in the End Semester Examination and his/her marks of mid terms activities will remain unaltered since attendance is compulsory, a student will be permitted to register for course/courses which he can attend. The number ot theory subjects permitted will not be more than five. The total duration of contact Periods should not ordinarily exceed thirty hours per week. B.E. Degree shall be awarded if a student has earned a minimum of 220 credits as specified in each degree programme subject to break up and compulsory credit as mentioned there in. However, a student may register in subjects leading to a maximum of 240 credits in the entire course. A student should keep a watch on his progress and register in those papers in which he must earn the credit to satisfy the above requirement of the particular degree.
for a theory course with weightage of 10%).(3) If a student earns more than a specified minimum credit for degree the best marks in the minimum credits (satisfying the above conditions) will be considered for the purposes of classification of result.C. will do this job for his class. EVALUATION AND REVIEW : The Committee of Courses and studies in each department shll specify the following for the degree course : (a) SUGGESTED SCHEME OF LEARNING : (b) Minimum credits needed for the degree course and break up in terms of classification of courses i.C.C.C. consist of the teachers who are likely to teach subjects in the group. Chairman will send to the University the consolidated marks for the mid-term activities and the End semester in separate column for tabulation and for declaration of result.R. the E. The mode of evaluation of the mid-term activitiess whose weightage shall be 30% and the end of term examination whose weightage shall be 70% (The mid-term activities will be of one mid term test or 20% weightage which will be supplemented by assignments. test papers etc. The E. This E. To get prepared quizzes. (i) Humanities and Social Sciences (ii) Basic Sciences (iii) Allied Engineering (iv) Departmental core (v) Practical Training (vi) Unspecified/Electives and (vii) Major Project The Committee of Courses & Studies in each department shall appoint one or more Evaluation-cum-Review Committees each dealing with a group of subjects. 6.R. has the following functons : (i) (ii) To recommend appointment of paper setters/ examiners of various examinations at the start of each Semester. who is also a member of E.R. (iii) . in exceptional circumstances any part of the work will be enterusted to some other member of E. Normally each concerned teacher. 30% weightage be given for internal evaluation and 70% for End Semester Examination: At the end of the Semester.R. For a practical Course.e. quizzes etc.R. However. assignments.C. for the mid-term and the end semester examination and to get them evaluated.
(vi) To review and moderate the mid term and end of term results of each class with a view to maintain uniformity of standards and after finalisation to submit the same for classification of the results.(4) (iv) To consider the individual representation of students about evaluation and take the remedial action if needed. shall be final. . After scrutinizing the E. (v) To moderate the quiz/assignment/test papers given by each concerned teacher in his class with a view to maintain uniformity of standards and course coverage amogst various classes and to attain stipulated level of learning. The candidate shall apply for the same on a prescribed proforma alongwith the evaluation fee prescribed by the University from time to time only for the End Semester Examination with in seven days from the date of declaration of result. A student after having secured the minimum credit as needed for the degree course will be eligible for the award of degree. A relaxation up to a maximum of 25% may be given on the production of satisfactory evidence that : (a) The student was busy in authorized activities. (b) The student was ill. 7.C. (vii) To lay guide-lines for teaching a subject. The final result will be evaluated as below : Each subject will carry 100 marks. average Marks = ∑ (CreditsxMarksSecured ) ∑ (Credits) (See clause 5 for best grades in the minimum credits) The final result will be classified based on the average marks as follows.R. A Student has to put in a minimum of 75% attendance separately in each Subject for which he has registered. CLASSIFICATION OF RESULT : A Student has to secured 40% or more marks in a subject evaluation to earn the credits assigned to the subject.C. may alterthe marks awarded upward/ downward. First Class with Distinction 75% or more First Class 60% or more but less than 75% Second Class 50% or more but less than 60% Pass Class 40% or more but less than 50% 8.R. The decision of the E.
At discretion of the institution the result may be withheld even if the registration of the student stands. 2. In case the conditions warrant such a relaxation again. Certificates submitted later will not be considered. he has to leave the course and institution. Faculty of Technology.(5) Note : (i) A student should submit the evidence to the above fact within three working days of resuming the studies. A student who earns 15 credits or less at the end of the first semester will receive a warning for his/her poor performance. A punishment is awarded leading to the cancellation. 9. . The students has not cleared the dues to the institution/ hostel. The duration of the course is not less than 8 Semesters and the span is not more than 14 semesters. (ii) The registration of a student stands cancelled if his attendance requirements are not satisfied in the subject. The admission stands cancelled at the end of 14th Semester in any case. 11. Under very exceptional conditions minor relaxations in rules may be allowed and implemented by the Central Advisory Committee. of the Institutions (c) Heads of the Departments in the Faculty of Technology. his admission to the course and the institution stands cancelled. give an interpretation of the rules in case of difference of opinion which shall be binding on all. lay guidelines for the process of registration. (i) (ii) 12. This Committee shall have the following functions. if he fails to earn at least 25 credits at the end of second semester. same relaxation in rules can not be granted in a subsequent semester. 10. (ii) No relaxation in attendance beyond 25% is permitted in any case. There shall be a Central Advisory Committee consisting of the following : (a) Dean. the rules shall have to be amended. (Chairman of the Committee) (b) Heads. In case a student has not earned a minimum of 100 credits at the end of eight semester. However. The institution/University May cancel the registration of all the subjects in a given semester if : 1.
Final Examination.E. Candidates securing 228 to 232 credits are declared to have passed B. Candidates securing 221 to 227 credits are declared to have passed B.E. The total credits in all scheme of Examinations to B. 9. Work performed at the VII and VIII Semester levels. The total marks associated with each Practical Training Report is 100 marks of which 30 marks are awarded by the Department on the basis of supervision of Industrial Training. For all practical Papers (code: PR) there is semester assessment of 30 marks and an end-semester exam of 3/4 hours duration for 70 marks. At VIII Semester level there is assessment of Project Report by a duly constituted Board. The Project and the practical Training at VII & VIII Semester are mandatory. 6. 2. 8. 7.E.(6) GENERAL NOTES : 1. Final examination provided they skip/fail in not more than 4 credits in CORE Candidates securing exactly 220 credits are declared to have passed B. 3. . At VII and VIII Semester level there is assessment of Practical Training Reports by a duly constituted Board. of 30 marks (20+10 Assignments) and an end-semester exam of 3' hours duration for 70 marks. 4. The total marks for the Theory Paper is thus 100. For all valuation of Sessional (Code : VS) there is Semester assessment of 100 marks.E. The total marks for the Practical Paper is thus 100. 5. There is no end-Semester exam for these courses. Courses upto VIII Semester will be 232 and the denominator for Calculation of average marks for final result will be 220. For all Theory Papers (Code : TH) there is one mid-semester test. 10. provided they skip/fail in not more than 4 credits in CORE. not more than 4 credits in ALLIED ENGINEERING and not more than 4 credits in APPLIED SCIENCES & HUMANITIES. The report is to be submitted by the student after eight weeks of Industrial Training undergone during summer/winter breaks. The total marks associated with the Project Report is 100 marks of which 30 Marks are awarded by the Department on the basis of guidance of Project Work. final examination. The report is to be submitted by the student of the Project.
E.(7) Annexure-I 1 M A 540 TH 1 MA TH 2 MA TH 3 MA TH 4 MA TH 5 MA PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 MA MA MA MA Suggested Schem e for B. M anufacturing Process and Au tom ation Engineering 101 1-2 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 H um anities M athem atics I P hysics C hem istry M anufacturing P rocesses (Introduction) E ngineering D raw ing P hysics Lab C hem istry Lab W orkshop P ractice E lectrical S ciences M athem atics II M echanical S ciences S cienc e of M aterials M echanics of S olids E lectrical S ciences La b M echa nical S ciences La b Introduction to C om puter La b M echanics of S olids Lab P rogram m ing (during the sem ester M achine D raw ing & G raphics M anufacturing P rocesses I E lectro m echanics A nalog an d D igital E lectronics T echn olog y an d S ociety M achine D raw ing & G raphics Lab S cienc e of M aterials & M anufacturing P rocesses I Lab E lectro m echanics Lab A nalog an d D igital E lectronics La b P rogram m ing I C redit 4H 4H 4H 4H 4C 3C 2H 2H 2C 29 4A 4A 4A 4A 4A 2A 2A 2C 2A 1C 29 4C 4C 4A 4A 4H 2C 2C 2A 2C 1C 29 & T ype 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 2 M A 541 TH 1 MA TH 2 MA TH 3 MA TH 4 MA TH 5 MA PR1 M A PR2 M A PR3 M A PR4 M A VS1 MA 3M A 541 TH 1 MA TH 2 MA TH 3 MA TH 4 MA TH 5 MA PR1 M A PR2 M A PR3 PR4 VS1 MA MA MA 0-0-3 0-0-2 0-0-3 0-0-3 15-4-11 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-1-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 15-5-10 2-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-4 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 14-4-12 .
(8) 5 MA 542 TH1 MA 211 Kinematics & Dynamics of 542 Machinery TH2 MA 212 Control Systems TH3 MA 213 Mathematics III TH4 MA 214 Manufacturing Processes II TH5 MA 215 Management of Manufacturing Systems PR1 MA 216 Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery Lab PR2 MA 217 Control Systems Lab PR3 MA 218 Manufacturing Processes II Lab PR4 MA 219 Practical Training (after III Sem.) VS1 MA 220 Report Writing VS2 MA 221 Programming II 5 541 MA TH1 MA 301 TH2 MA 302 TH3 MA 303 TH4 MA 304 Credits &Type 4C 4A 4H 4C 4C 2C 2A 2C 2C 1H 1C 30 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-3 0-0-1 0-0-2 15-4-10 3-1-0 3-1-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 TH5 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 VS1 MA 305 MA MA MA MA MA 306 307 308 309 310 Machine Tools. CNC & Automation 4C Transducers and Measurements 4C Tool Design 4C Industrial Control Systems 4C OR Information System and Data management OR Communication Principles and Circuits Microprocessors and Applications 4C Machine Tools Lab 2C Tool Design Lab 2C MA 304 based Lab 2C Transducers and Measurements Lat ) 2C Programming III 1C 29 Robotics and CAM I 4C Computer Graphics 4C OR Telemetry and Data Transmission Applied Plasticity (Forming Processes) 4C Mechanical Design 4C Metroloay & Statistical Quality Control 4C 3-2-0 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 0-0-2 16-5-10 3-1-0 3-1-0 6 542 MA TH1 MA 311 TH2 MA 312 TH3 TH4 TH5 MA 313 MA 314 MA 315 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 .
) Seminar and Reports 4C 3-1-0 4C 3-1-0 4C 3-1-0 2C 0-0-3 2C 0-0-3. 8M 0-0-10 1C 0-0-1 27 9-3-17 Total = 232 2M .) Programming IV (AUTOCAD) Credits & Type 2C 0-0-2 MA 317 MA 318 2C 0-0-2 2C 0-0-2 2C 0-0-2 1C 0-0-2 30 15-6-10 MA 319 MA 321 MA 320 1C 7 MA 541 TH1 TH2 TH3 TH4 MA 401 MA MA MA MA 402 403 404 405 Introduction to CAD and Product Design Modern Methods of Manufacturing Industrial Electronics Elective I Elective II CAD Lab Modern Methods of Manufacturing Lab Industrial Electronics Lab Practical Training (After VI Sem.(9 ) 6 MA 542(Continued) PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 VS1 VS2 MA 316 Robotics and CAM I Lab MA 312 based Lab Forming Processes Lab Mechanical Design Practical Training (after V Sem.) Programming V (AUTOCAD) 4C 4C 4A 4C 4C 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 TH 5 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 VS1 MA 406 2C 0-0-3 2C 0-0-3 2A 0-0-2 2M 1C 0-0-2 29 15-5-10 MA 407 MA 408 MA 409 MA 410 8 MA 341 TH1 TH2 TH3 PR1 PR2 PR3 PR4 VS1 MA 411 MA 412 MA 413 MA 414 MA MA MA MA 415 416 417 418 Macaronis OR Artificial Intelligence Elective III Elective IV MA 411 based Lab Elective III and IV Lab Project Practical Training (after VII Sem.
4. 5. 5. 2. 7.(10) BE-MANUFACTURING PROCESS & AUTOMATION ENGINEERING List of Electives: MA 404/405 : 1.line) Advanced Manufacturing Processes Advanced Mechanical System Design Industrial Chemistry Plant Location and Industrial Layout Project Management Product Design Tribology NOTE : IT WOULD BE INCUMBENT UPON THE INSTRUCTOR CONCERNED TO PREPARE :— . Elective I & II Any two of the following : Industrial Economics Reliability Optimization Techniques Preventive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring Robotics and CAM II Manufacturing Information System FEM (Finite Element Method) (In the pipe line) Advanced Topics in Flexible Manufacturing Automated Plant Ergonomics Expert Systems Industrial and Control Applications of Microprocessors Industrial Psychology Value Engineering Virtual Reality : Elective III & IV Any two of the following : MA 412/413 1. 2. 7. 3. 4. Personnel Management Financial Management Composite Materials Industrial Drives Machine Tool Vibrations Advanced Physics Prime Movers (In the pipe . 3. 6. 6.
Teller by Karal Capek 2. Synonymous and Antonyms.C. Essays: 1. The fortune .(11) (a) (b) OPEN ENDED LABORATORY WORK BASED ON DESIGN AT LEAST ONE OPEN ENDED ASSIGNMENT QUESTION FOR SOLUTION. Milne ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRACTICE Applied Grammer: Common errors.K. Lectures and speeches. Lucas 3. Chalapathi Rao 2. Short Stories and One Act Plays. The Doll's House by Katherine Mansfield The following chapters are prescribed for study : (i) (ii) (iii) One Act plays : 1. Use of words. What I require from Life by J.EE 101 and IC 101) (A) LTP 310 Text: Essay. Nehru the Democrat by M. Freedom by George Bernard Shaw 4. Grief by Anton Chekov 3. (Mfg. Haldane 5. tools and appliances (ii) Processes and operations (iii) Scientific principles. Kaushik & S.S. Composition : Comprehension. Published by Oxford University Press. (B) The Boy comes Home by A. Editor R. Formation of Words-Prefixes and Suffixes. Dialogues-conversational and colloquial idiom.B. E. Bhatia. pristley Short stories : 1.V. A Marriage proposal by Anton Chekov 2.) I Year I Semester Examination Theory Paper I MA 101 Humanities (English) (Same as COE101. .A. Presentation of Technical Information : Technical description of (i) simple objects. Process & Automation Engg. Spoken English : Practice in self expression talks.B. Student Mobs by J. B. Bores by E.
Differential Calculus: Derivatives of hyperbolic functions. Curvature and radius of curvature. De-M oiver's Theor and its applications. length of arcs. M axim a and m inim a of functions of one variable. surface and volum e of solids of revolutions. Integral C alculus integration b y partial fractions : Integration of form s I. successive differentiation and Leibnitz's theorem .(12) LTP Paper MA 102 M ATHEM ATICS I 3 10 4 (Sam e as C O E 102 and IC 102) A lgebra : P artial fraction : H yperbolic and inverse h yperbolic functions. I/R where R =ax2 + bx + c. . Reduction form ulae : Application of integration to areas. T aylor's and M aclaurin's series. points of inflexion. Properties of definite Integrals. Relations between em circular and hyperbolic functions. Positive term infinite series and their convergence (C om parison and R atio tests). Alternating series. T rapezoidal and Sim pson's rules.
COE 103 and IC 103) Relativity : Absolute and intertial frames of reference. Acoustic waves. Nodal slide assembly Eye pieces. Polarization due to pile of plates and double-refraction. Newtonian (Galilean) relativity. Spherical and chromatic aberrations. Resonant vibrations with applications. Diffraction at straight edge. sharpness of resonance. Michelson-Morely experiment and its implications. Brewster law. Central Force. Mass variation with velocity. . Invariance and Symmetry Principles : Invariance of a Physical quantity. Lorentz Transformation Einstein's law of addition of velocities. Optical instruments. Half shade & Pi=quartz. Diffraction of Light : Fresnel and Fraunhofer class of diffraction. Theory of interference in thin films. Free damped and forced oscillatory motions. quality factor. Defects in the images. Einstein's mass -energy relation. Nicol prism. Resolving power of optical instrument. theory of light. Polarization of Light: Elementary aspects of E. Elliptically and circularly polarized light. Galiieantransformation. Michelson's interferometer. Polarimeters. Interference filters. Interference of Light. Formation of waves in strings. Wave Oscillations. Bi-prism and Newton's rings. energy and charge. Diffraction gratings. Acoustic impedance. Wave theory of light. superposition principle.M. Cardinal points of a co-axial iens system. Double lit experiment. rods and air.(13) MA 103 PHYSICS 31 04 (Same as EE 103. Comics spiral. Electromagnetic and gravitational interactions. prism and grating. Transmission through partitions. telescope. Fraunhofer diffraction at a slit and its extension for number of slits. concept of energy and momentum as four vector. Inverse Square Law of Forces: Fundamental interactions. Ultrasonics and its applications. Polarization. Force and potentials. quarter and half-wave plates. Laws of conservation of mementum. Reflection and Transmission. Concept of symmetry and its implications.
Duralumin.M. Alloys Classification : Necessity for making alloys. composition. EE 104 and IC 104) Chemical Kinetics : Rate constant. carbanion and carboniumious and free radicals. properties and uses of following alloys. and its measurements. Industrial applications of catalysts. perfumes and cosmetics. Thermal Methods of Analysis : Elementary discussions of thermograviometric analysis. Activating energy. Tungsten and Uranium. Electronic-Effects : Inductive effect. Oils. Nearnst equation of electrode potentials. Ni. Molecular explanations for magnetic properties and colour. Mn. Si. Natural rubber and elastomers (SNR. Properties and technical applications of some important theromolastics and thermosetting resins. Bonding in complexes. production. Conjugation and resonance and their effect on physical and chemical properties of molecules. . Ziroconium. E. Vanadium. Solar energy. Waxes and Detergents : Production and Physico-chemical properties of fatty acids and Glycerides. order and molecularity of a reaction. Phase rule : Phase diagrams and phase transformations in Pb-Ag and Cu-Ni systems. Differential thermal analysis and differential scanning calorimetry. Galvanic cells. Effect of catalyst on reactions rate. extraction and technical applications of Titanium. Metals and Non-Metals of Elements : S and P block elements. Brass. 2nd. Fats. waxes.F. Reference and Indicator electrodes at measurements. Bronze. GR-P Polyurethane and silicon) Molecular weights.(14) Paper IV MA 104 CHEMISTRY 3 10 4 (Same as COE 104. V. Effect of polymer structureon properties. 3rd order reactions. soap glycerine. Mo. Manufacture of edible facts. Methods of determining order of reactions. W and Co on the properties of steel. Effect of alloying elements like C. Gun metal. Organic Polymers : Polymerisation. essential oils. 1st. Electro-Chemistry : Transport number.
bearing metals. upsetting. swaging. Pig iron.G. iron carbon and alloy steels. tools and appliances. Brazing and soldering. sand moulding. drawing. tools and equipments. moulding materials. Types of joints and edge preparation. tapping. fullering. sawing. Study of moulding. chipping. Brass Bronze. submerged arc and atomic hydrogen arc welding. Flux. standard specification for sheets. tools. metals used for sheets. drop forging. centrifugal casting. flattening. Arcweiding. description and operation of cupola: special Casting processes e. Malleable iron. Duralumin. investment casting. thread cutting (die). Properties and uses of Wrought iron. seem. Marking and marking tools. Bench Work and Fitting : Fitting. S. composition. Metal joining : Welding principles.g. Casting Processes : Principles of metal casting: Pattern materials. permanent mould casting.g. equipment and field of application. Aluminum. Smithy and Forging : Basic operations e. types and allowance. Sheet Metal Work : Common processes. properties and function. Study of hand tools. butt. Carbon arc. high temperature metals.(15) MA 105 INTRODUCTION TO MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 3 0 0 4 (Same as COE 105 and IC 105 Manufacturing processes) Materials : Compositions. classification of welding techniques. Cast iron. Copper. die-casting. metal arc. Lead. Oxyacetylene Gas welding. butt seam and percession welding. classification of moulds. press forging. . Electrodes. Electric resistance welding : spot. cutting tool materials.
spiral. ellipse : cycloid. section of solids. EE 107 and EC 107) Based on course work corresponding to . Engineering Curves : Parabola. isometric and oblique parallel projection of solids. EE 108 and EC 108) Based on course work corresponding to MA 104 . development of surfaces of right and oblique solids. hyperbola.Chemistry.(1 6 ) BE-MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND AUTOMATION ENGINEERING SEMESTER I EXAMINATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 MA 106 ENGINEERING DRAWING 0033 (Same as COE 106. EE 106 and EC 106) Introduction : Instruments and their uses :' letterings construction and uses of various scales : dimensioning as per I. Paper II PR 2 MA 107 PHYSICS LAB 0 0 22 (Same as COE 107.S. Paper III PR 3 MA 108 CHEMISTRY LAB 0 0 32 (Same as COE 108. interpenetration and intersection of solids.I. EE 109 and EC 109) Based on course work corresponding to MA 105-Manufacturing Processes. .Physics. in volute. 696-1972. helix and loci of points of simple moving mechanism (4-bar chain) Projections : Straight lines.MA 103 . Planes and solids. Paper IV PR 4 MA 109 WORKSHOP PRACTICE 0032 (Same as COE 109.
(17) MA 111 . ELECTRICAL SCIENCES 3 104
Basic laws of electrical Engg., resistance, capacitance and inductance and factors affecting these; energy and power. Network analysis by MESH currents and node pair voltages, Network theorms and applications: Superposition, Thevenin and Norton theorems and their applications. Alternating Current: alternating quantities; peak, average and RMS values of sinusoidal wave forms; power and power factor steady state response of circuits to sinusoidal inputs; phasor reprensentation of sinusoidal complex impedances, resonance, Maximum power transfer theorem. Balanced three phase circuits, star/delta connection and relation between line and phase quantities. Electromagnetism : permeability, magnetic field, magnetisation curves, hysteresis losses and eddy current losses in ferromagnetic materials, magnetic circuits. Transformers: basic constructional features, types of transformers, principle of operation, E.M.E. equation, no load operation, operation under load, equivalent circuits, phasor diagram, voltage regulation, short circuit and open circuit tests, applications of single phase transformers, three phase transformers, auto transformers, three/two phase transformations. introduction to two port network, parametrers.
(18) MA 112 MATHEMATICS II 3 10 4
Differential Calculus: partial differention, total differentation. Taylor's Series for functions of two variables, Maxima and Minima of two or more variables. Integral Calculus : Double and triple integrations, change of oredr of integration, Volume of simple solids. Matrices : simultaneous algebraic equations; Matrix operations, transpose, inverse, rank, linear transformation, Vectro spaces, characteristic equations, Eigen values and Eigen Vectors, Caley Hamilton Theorem. Differential Equations: Lineardifferential equation of first order and first degree, General lineardifferential equations with constant coefficeients, D-Operators, solution of differential equations, complementary function and particular integral, Simultaneous lineardifferential equations, Solution of differential equations in power series. Fourier Series : Harmonic functions, periodic function, Fourier series. Transforms : Laplace and Fourier transforms, Dirichlet conditions.
(19) MA 113 Thermodynamics : Introduction, Definitions and concepts : systems, energy, work, thermodynamic equilibrium, property and state. Laws of thermodynamics: Zeroth law, fist law and its consequences, Thermodynamic properties of fluids, equation of state; second law of thermodynamics, reversibility, Carnot's cycle, entropy. Power Cycles : Rank in cycle and its modifications, Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Brayton cycle. Fluid Mechanics: Fluid and flow, fluid properties, Hydrostatic pressure and hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, Stability of floating bodies. Fluid Flow : Steady and unsteady, stream lines, streak lines, continuity equation, strain rate, gradient, vorticity. Euler's equation, Bernoulli's equation, momentum equation, energy equation and their applications. Newton's viscosity law, laminar and turbulent flows : drag and lift, boundary layer flows, flow through pipes, Non-dimensional numbers. MECHANICAL SCIENCES 3 10 4
. properties and Selection criteria of engineering materials and alloys for high strength. antifriction. : Thermosetting and Thermoplastic. ductile and brittle behaviour and transition temperature. magnetic and space applications. micro-mechanics of fibre and particle reinforced composites. high temperature. Hardening and hardenability. electrical. carbonitrinding.(20) MA 114 SCIENCE OF MATERIALS 3 104 Phase diagram : Iron-carbon diagram. Plastics applications. corrosive resistance. creep and fatigue-factors affecting. heat treatment processes. strength. tempering. torsion. nitriding. fundamentals of heat treatment. induction and flame hardening. stiffness and factors affecting. Composites : classification. annealing. failure modes. anstenitizing. carburizing. normalizing. hardness and impact testing. heat treatment of non-ferrous alloys. Material testing : Tensile.
stress and strain analysis. stresses due to sudden and impact loads. Torsion of solid and hollow shafts. Concept of stability and its application to columns. solution f simple plane trusses. Simple stresses and strains. bending and torsion. Shear force and bending moment diagrams of beams subjected to concentrated and distributed loads. application of equilibrium. bending and torsion loads. Review of centroid. Castigaliano's theorems. area and mass moment of inertia. shear. vector representation. invariants. friction in simple machines. Motif's circle. sliding and rolling friction. co-ordinate transformation (2-D). Strain energy under statically applied tensile. elastic constants and their relations. Theory of simple bending : Shear stress distribution. Slope and deflection of simple beams under concentrated and distributed loads. Concept of free body diagram equilibrium. Stress and strain at a point. equations of equilibrium. couple. closed coiled helical spring. Thermal Stresses. Tensile test. Combined stresses : direct and bending. . Friction. equivalent force system. tensile compressive shear and volumetric strains. reciprocal law.(21) MA 115 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 3104 Equilibrium: Force. principal values. Two force member.
) Binary arithmetic. record. Paper III PR 3 MA 118 PRACTICALS BASED ON Basic computer organization. Number representation (hex. flow chart. Paper IV PR 4 MA 119 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS LAB 0 122 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER LAB 0 122 Based on course work corresponding to MA 115-Mechanics of solids. . signed numbers. introduction to computer applications in various fields of science and management. EXAMINATION SESSIONAL Paper I VS1 MA 120 PROGRAMMING 00 21 Programming in Institute Computer Centre during the semester (nonexamination) using PASCAL. Binary codes. file. floating point arithmetic. operation system. octal etc. points and functions etc. detailed study of a third generation programming language. various I/O devices. introduction to various translators. usage of array.(22) SEMESTER I EXAMINATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 MA 116 ELECTRICAL SCIENCES LAB 0 0 22 Based on course work corresponding to M A111-Electrical Sciences. matrix. Paper II PR 2 MA 117 MECHANICAL SCIENCES LAB 0 0 22 Based on course work corresponding to MA 113-Mechanical Science.
Indian standards. Different kinds of threaded fasteners and their uses : locking arrangements. .(23) MA 201 MACHINE DRAWING AND GRAPHICS 2004 Review of lettering. and disassembly. orthographies and sectional views. thread forms and their uses. Selection and indication of fits and tolerances. Computer graphics. dimensioning : standards. Drawing of simple assemblies and machine parts-assembly. Sketching from models of assemblies and parts.
alloys defects and precautions. " Presentation of case studies. X-rays. electron-beam welding. Residual stresses. selection criteria. Getting and their Design. Solidification of pure metals. explosive welding.( 24 ) MA 202 MANUFACTURING PROCESS I 3 10 4 Casting Processes : Review of casting processes. Cleaning and finishing. . Introduction to powder metallurgy. Defects and inspection: No-destructive testing. Gama-rays. Melting of Cl. steel. Laser beam welding. Furnaces. Cores. defects. selection criteria. Case study of welding of a pressure vessel. manual and automatic. Green-sand characteristics and their testing. pressure liquid penetration radiography. Hermit welding. characteristics of welding equipments. magnetic particle. Sand Casting : large quantity production. inspection and precautions to reduce. Weld ability. Patterns. Welding codes and practices. a structure. Product development and design of sand-casting. Welding Processes : Review of welding processes. Design for welding. Arc-welding. A1.
C. hysteresis motor. induction motor as a transformer. generator analysis. characteristics and typical applications. computation of performance. equivalent circuit. A. Single phase induction motors.C. equivalent circuits. Three phase synchronous machine : Synchronous generator/ motorphasordiagrams. Machines. C. Motors Three phase induction motors. D. revolving magnetic field theory. motor analysis. applications pf D. stepper motors. ELECTROMECHANICS 3104 . starting. computation of synchronous machine performance. Principle of operation. synchronous condenser. auto start.C. starters and controllers for D.(25) MA 203 D. Fractional KW motors. Motor-speedtorque characteristic. motors. DC. A.C. speed control.C. speed control. constructional features. C. Servo motors. motors. double revolving field theory. series motor and Universal motors. Machines D. different types of single phase induction motors.
combinatorial logic. filters. Half adder. designing with Kmap. differentiators. waveform generators. Introduction to Boolean Algebra and codes. ROM. A/D. IC voltage regulators. biasing : analysis and design. . multiplexer. D/A Converters. nonlinear circuits : waveform generators. Transistor as a switching element. op^mp regulator. JFET and MOSFET : characteristics & models. Diode circuits. IC op-amp and applications : linear circuits (integrators. monostable and other timing circuits). decoders. Flip flops. Zener diode characteristics and models. registers. and their applicatons. MOS amplifier example. QM-techniques. BJT & FET. Rectifiers and DC power suppJies. RAM etc. digital comparator. counters. full adder. IC Analog multiplier and applications. IC Timer 555 (astable.( 26 ) MA 204 ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 3 10 4 Semiconductor diode. Design using MSI circuits. oscillators). BJT circuits : amplifiers.
State of Science and : Technology in Indian Society today and the policy opt ons for the fdlure. interrelationship between Science. socio-cultural context of Scientific and Technological growth. Technology.(27) MA 205 TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY 310 4 introduction to some of the important social realities and Institutions in India. .
( 28 ) SEMESTER III EXAMINATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 MA 206 MACHINE DRAWING & GRAPHICS 0042 Based on course work corresponding to MA-Machine Drawing & Graphics. Exercises based on datastructure. Paper II PR 2 MA 207 SCIENCE OF MATERIALS/ Manufacturing Processes I LAB 0 0 22 Based on course work corresponding to MA 114-Science of Materials/MA 202 Manufacturing Processes I. . EXAMINATION SESSIONAL Paper I PR 1 VSI MA 210 PROGRAMMING 0 02 1 Programming in Institute Computer Centre during the" semester (non-examination). Paper III PR 3 MA 208 ELECTROMECHANICS LAB 0 0 22 Based on course work corresponding to M A 203-Electromechanics. Paper IV PR 4 MA 209 ANALOG & DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB 0032 Based on course work corresponding to MA 204-Analog and Digital Electronics.
simple compound and epicyclic gear trains. work-energy principle. . Linkages. Dynamics of planar mechanisms with special reference to slider-crank. rotating set of coordinates. Kinematics and kinetics of interconnected rigid bodies. Kinematics of a particle in space motion-Cartesian. mechanism and internal combustion engines. Conservation principles. Kinematics of higher pair mechanisms :— CAM — Nomenclature. graphical and analytical methods of synthesis of cam profiles. tnstataneous centres and velocity analysis. synthesis of tooth profile. single and multicylinder engines. Kinematics and kinetics of a rigid body in plane motion. inversion and equivalent linkages: Velocity and acceleration analysis of planar mechanisms-analytical and graphical methods. presure angle. Dynamic analysis of single and multiple degrees of freedom systems. BALANCING : — Static and dynamic. follower motions. GEARS — Introduction. law of gearing. cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Tangent and normal components : work-energy principle. Corkrfist coponent. Rotating set of coordinates.(29) MA 211 KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINERY 3 10 4 Review of Kinematics and kinetics of a particle in plane motionCartesian and polar coordinates. kinematic pair. undercutting and interference.
Bode plots. steppermotor.c. electromechanical. Block diagram representation and reduction technique. elctrical. Routh-Hurwitz criterion. Frequency Domain Analysis. construction rules and root contours. Log magnitude vs. Controlability and observability using state space concept. Standard test singnals. system dynamics and effect of disturbances. Concept of frequency response. Root locus technique concept. Compensation Techniques. Digital control. liquid level etc. Open loop and closed loop control systems illustrations.c. thermal. Stability Analysis. System state space equation. Control systems using compensation networks such as. Constant M and N loci. phase angle plot. performance index concept and error performance indicesISE. terminology. signal flow graph-construction. algebra and Mason's gain formula. Synchros. servomotor. pneumatic. Linear and non-linear controls. IAE. rotating amplifiers. magnetic amplifiers. Lead. Differential equations of physical systems such as mechanical. Potentiometers. conditions for stability. a. Frequency response plots-polar plot. Time Domain Analysis. regulating system. Transfer function. Lag. Lag-lead networks via frequency domain techniques. Continuous and sampled data controls. explanation with illustrations of servomechanism. corelation between time and frequency responses. analogous systems. servomotor. ITSE. block representation. Concept of stability. signal terminology. Armature and field controlled d. transient response specificative control action on system performance. Nyquist criterion. Mathematical Modelling and System Representation. CONTROL SYSTEMS 3 10 4 .(30) MA 212 Control System Types. tachogenerators. Control System Components. effects of feedback on variation fo system parameters. Use of Nichols chart for performance evaluation. transient response fo first and second order systems.. Gain and phase mangin. ITAE. performance specifications.
Conformal mapping.Operatiorsgradient. variance. Green. Random processes. mean. graphical representation of samples. polynomial equation. Introduction to Operation Research. Dynamic Programming.graphical and Simplex method. Functions of complex variables : Analytic functions. differentation. algebraic eigenvalue problem. Integration of vector fields. Several random variables . expectation. Solution of linear equations. Beta and Gamma functions. Various distributionsBinomial. Mathematical Statistics. Statistics and probability theory. Partial differential equations. Numeral analysis. Poisson. Queuing theory. differentiation and integration. Stokes and Gauss theorems. Theory of sampling and sampling distributions. Special functions.(31) MA 213 MATHEMATICS III 3 104 Vector analysis: Triple product of vectors. Harmonic conjugate. random variables.co-relations. divergent and cur 1. Linear Programming . . Cauchy integral theorem. Optimization involving single and multiple variables. Residue theorem. Bessel functions. Calculus of variations. Legendre functions/polynomials. mean and variance.
. laser beam. centre less grinding. drilling machines. tool dynamometers.Profile cutting and machinery. explosive. selection of tool material. indexing. mechanics of grinding. tool life-factors affecting tool life. ion beam. autos Milling : Vertical. electric discharge. construction and specifications. (b) (c) Boring machines : Cylindrical boring and lapping. horizontal and universal milling machines. gear cutting. Mechanics of Metal Cutting : Review. Unconventional Machining : Limitation of conventional machining processes . gear grinding. Special Machines (a) Gear hobbing Gear geometry. plasma. Drilling : Drilling tool geometry. . geometry and characteristics. cutting forces. Automation and NC machines. gear generation and hobbing. factors affecting cutting forces. electron beam. milling cutters-geometry and specifications. Turret and Caps ton lathes. Tool Materials: Effect of alloying materials. tool grinding.(32) MA 214 MANUFACTURING PROCESS II 3004 Review of metal cutting.chemical. grinding wheels. Turning : Taper turning. Grinding : Surface and cylindrical grinding.
symbols. product layout and combination layout . organization structure . EOQ. advantages. human relations aspects. Project Management . SIMO charts. kinds of inspection of raw material and finished product. organization of maintenance department. Flow process charts. Inventory control and replacement analysis : introduction. control charts and their applications. classification.methods of layout. replacement policy and methods adopted. Production planning and control : types of products. personnel management. Scheduling and control of scheduling. Inspection and quality control: objectives. production control. scientific management. economics of layout. procedures system concepts value and ABC analysis : system concepts.CPM and PERT .development of management principles. Management concepts . sampling.9000 systems. Industrial psychology. marketing strategies. Motion study micro motion. Plant organization : organization. Breakdown and preventive maintenance. Work and method study : definition and concepts. demand. principles of organization. analysis.line and staff organizations. productivity and quality management conforming to ISO . layout: process layout. techniques. method study procedures.(33) MA 215 MANAGEMENT OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 3 10 4 Introduction : production functions. Plant location. demand forecasting. methods of remuneration.types. and labour relations. Industrial maintenance . SQM.
. Evaluation based on the Visits to the industries and its report. EXAM INATION SESSIONAL Paper I PR 1 VS 1 M A 220 Report writing sessional. Paper II PR 1 VS 2 M A 221 PROGRAMMING (I 0 0 21 REPORT W RITING 0 0 11 program m ing in the Institute Com puter Center during the Sem ester based on the num erical m ethods.(34) SEMESTER IV EXAM INATIQN PRACTICAL P aper I P R 1 M A 216 KINEM ATICS & DYNAM ICS LAB 0022 Based on the course work corresponding to M A 211-Kinem atics & Dynam ics of M achinery. Paper III PR 3 M A 218 M ANUFACTURING PROCESSES II LAB 0022 Based on the course work corresponding to MA 214-Manufaduring Processes II. Paper IV PR 4 M A 219 PRACTICAL TRAINING ---2 At the end of third sem ester. P aper II P R 2 M A 217 CO NTRO L SYSTEM S L AB 0 0 22 B ase d on the c ou rs e w o rk corres p on ding to M A 2 1 2 -C o ntrol System s.
Machine tool structures . strength. fatigue. and economy. rigidity.(35) MA 301 MACHINE TOOLS.hardware and software. gear. C. reliability. Drives .components Machine control Unit (M C U). : Introduction and impact of programmable machines. Analysis of spindles. . friction. Analysis of machine system from different points of view . wear. bearings. instruction generation. N C programming: changing faceof programming. CAD/CAM : geometric modelling Automation: Introduction : networks and DNC -L networks and CAD/CAM integration with other CAD/CAM elemenfs . dynamics. CNC AND AUTOMATION 3 10 4 Conceptualization of mechanical systems and general requirements. system . N. N. Hydraulic drives. design aspects of gear drives. histroy of development.static and dynamic analysis. . C. slides and guides.kinematic. future trends in CIM. Control systems for machine tools Conventional machine tools C N.pulley. C.
hysteresis. precision.applications. capacitive pick ups. Feedback transducers . Bourdon tubes . A. ammeter. membranes. Straingages. .(36) MA 302 TRANSDUCERS AND MEASUREMENTS 3 10 4 Performance characteristics : accurarcy. Hall effect transducers. Optical Pyrometers. Digital phase meters. linearity. Capacitance transducers and theri applications. temperature transducers. Digital voltmeter. ferroelectic and applications. Multimeters-analog and digital. sensitivity. Accelerometers and vibration pickups.C. Static and dynamic characteristics. Piezoelectric Phenomenon. Hot wire anemometers.special features and applications. Spectrum analyser. Frequency response measurement.springs. Basicprinciples of operation of voltmeter. crystals. thermo emf transducers. Resistance transducers. Configurations. and RMS measurements. its applicatios. LVDT. Multichannel oscilloscopes. Counters-pulse counters. advantages Elastic transducers . diaphragms. bellows. resolution. sensitivity. CRO and its applications. coefficients. thin plates.
milling. draw force. fixtures . review of cutting processes. Tool making practices : tools of toolmakers. automatic tool changes and tool positioning. Die Design Locating and clamping methods Design of sheet metal blanking and piercing dies. types of die construction.vice. general considerations. reamers. hand finishing and polishing. screws and dowels. TOOL DESIGN 3 10 4 .(37) MA 303 Tool Design General considerations in tool design. clearance. single and double action dies. Single point cutting tool. fixture and its effect on mass production. Design of fixtures --. method of construction. . One case study and design of a fixture. jig boring practice installation of bushes. Plastics as tool material. holding methods. Design of drill jigs : definition. punch and die manufacturing. chip forming in drilling. Design of cutting tools.milling. drill jigs and modern manufacturing. ' Study of two drill jigs and design of one drill jig. Jigs and Fixtures Design Procedure and practice. hole location. cutters . forming and drawing dies : factors affecting material flow. welding. review of processes. fundamentals. drills. Tool design for NC machine tools : cutting tools. Tool design methods and procedures. Automatic screw cutting machines : cutting tools. tool presetting. cutting forces. grinding. Design of bending. broaching. blank size. Review of tool materials and heat treatments. tapes. boring. introduction. drill bushings. lathe.
Proportional. Derivative control. Case Studies. Interacting control systems and realization of decoupled control systems. second order. Valves. Application of On-Off controls.( 38 ) MA 304 INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS 3 10 4 Review of control systems with appropriate industrial system examples for open . and higher order systems with examples from industrial systems.loop and closed . An overview of Actuators such as. Modeling of first order. Ladder diagrams and appropriate programming languages. An overview of various stability techniques. Servomotors. combinations of these controls and finally the RID controller. Realization of sequence control and relay logics with examples using programmable Logic controllers (PLC). Pneumatic and Hydraulic realization of these controllers. Stepper-motors. . Integral Control. Supervisory control and Data acquisition (SCADA) as applied to industrial systems with examples. Modeling of process and distributed control loops giving appropriate industrial examples. Introduction to industrial control systems-Application of Ratio control. Inverse Derivative control. Selector control. Split range control. Stability of industrial controls. Feed forward control. Open-loop and Closed-loop transient response of these systems incorporating controllers and the effect of time delay. Control. Microprocessors for the realization of PID controllers to computer control with application for industrial systems.loop control systems. Microprocessor based control systems. Electronic. Cascade control. Hydraulic and Electro-hydraulic motors etc. Antireset control and Multivariable controls.
stagger tuned RF amplifiers. application of PLL in AM detection. detection of radar signals. Neutralisation. General theory of frequency modulation and phase modulation. OR MA 304 COMMUNICATIONS PRINCIPLES AND CIRCUITS 31 04 Review of parallel RLC circuits and transistor amplifiers. indirect method of FM generation. Security. Design of Data base model. frequency compressor. maximum allowable modulation. Spectrum of an FM ' and PM signal. General theory of amplified modulation. analysis and circuit. Structured flow chart. FM detection : Ratio & Foster Seely discriminiator. Structured programming : Programming structure. Sequential. varactor diode and reactance circuit. Data Base Concepts: Data management-file system approach and data base approach. Transmitters matching circuit. class C amplifiers. Management information System : introduction. Auxiliary storage devices and its parameters. . integrity considerations. range equation. (NBFM & WBFM). FM generation. amplifiers. Elements of MIS. Structure of MIS. Structured programming logic. AFC class amplifiers. Radar : Principles of radars. Vestigial side band.B. Privacy. RF amplifiers. Application of PLL in FM detection. File types organisation and access methods..F. frequency convertors and mixers. Indexed-Sequential. Transmitter : AM and FM transmitters. modulators and balance modulators S. Compatible single side band. L circuits.(39) MA 304 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DATA MANAGEMENT 3104 Date processing concepts and file systems : Definitions. Querry system. IF amplifiers. Tuned R. different types of clipping coherent detector. relation between phase and frequency modulation. Direct Ring.S. AM detection. Tree structured. Envelope detector analysis and circuit.
Introduction to 16 bit and 32 bit Processors.8279. System timing. . Interfacing techniques with A/D.) Cache controller and cache memory system. 8255. 8155. D/A. Input/Output interface (Chips like 8212.(40) MA 305 MICROPROCESSORS AND APPLICATIONS 3204 Introduction to Microprocessors and microcomputers Study of 8 bit Microprocessors. key board. 8253. Microprocessor programming. addressing modes. stepper motor. IEEE 488.) Interrupts and their processing 8259 PIC. Interrupt interface circuits using 8259. etc. Various bus standards like RS 232. Introduction to Micro-Controller. its internal architecture. Interfacing memory (ROM. SRAM. DRAM etc. Various data transfer schemes. output displays etc. printer.8237 etc.
EXAMINATION SESSIONAL Paper I VS I MA 310 PROGRAMMING III 0021 Exercises based on advanced data structure. . Paper II PR 2 MA307 TOOL DESIGN LAB 0 0 22 Based on the course work corresponding to MA 303-Tool Design. Paper IV PR 4 MA 309 TRANSDUCERS & MEASUREMENTS LAB 0 0 22 Based on the course work corresponding to MA 302-Transducers & Measurements. Paper III PR 3 MA 308 LAB 0 0 22 Based on the course work corresponding to MA 304.(41) SEMESTER V EXAMINATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 MA 306 MACHINE TOOLS LAB 0022 Based on the course work corresponding to MA 301-Machine Tools.
Computer aided Process Planning. examples. Selection criterion. interfacing and controls. Development: industrial and technical development Mechanical considerations: physical configurations. peripheral system organization. Computer aided production planning and control. components. present robot languages. Organization. Sensors : sensory requirements. Robot vision: capturing the image. evaluation and selection and available techniques. applications.. frame grabbers. . robot motions. Classification. Review of numerical control for CNC and DNC Machines. Kinematics analysis and control. Group Technology : Merits and demerits. : Drive methods : principles and characteristics.(42) MA 311 ROBOTICS & CAM I 3 10 4 Overview : historical perspective. functions performed by programming. end effectors. input and output operations and control. . Computer hardware for robot systems: Logic circuits and computer elements. Review of Control Methods. Flexible Manufacturing and Computer integrated manufacturing systems. Guidelines for implementation of group Technology. Robot software: requirements. classifications.
Rendering. orthogonal projections. CAD) animation. Interactive devices. Sutherland Cohen approach.translation. Line & circle plotting using Breshenham's algorithm. CSG modeling. Introduction to Virtual Reality. curved surface generation. coordinate system. Bezier curves. interpolation. 3D transformatiorv. B-splines. mirror images. OR— . PHIGS. 3D graphics. scaling. rotation about an arbitrary axis. Picture transformation. Curve drawkig using Hermite polynomial. Generation of solids. Graphics standards. rotation. isometric projection. perspective projections (one.(43) MA 312 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 310 4 Graphics display devices (monochrome and colour). two and three vanishing points). sweep method. CyrusBeck method. 3D clipping. multiple views. Hidden surface removal. Windowing and clipping. GKS. Use of graphics (simulation. X windows. Mid point subdivision algorithm.
TELEMETRY AND DATA TRANSMISSION 3 104 Introduction to telemetry and telecontrol-telemetry links-telemetry . PAM. pneumatic and electrical systemsindustrial telemetry. Information carrying capacity-bandwidth and noise considerationsmerits of each modulation technique. Remote control and telecontrol-mechanical and electronic systemsspecial considerations. Pulse modulation. Multiplexing techniques-FDM and TDM systems-relative merits-tRIG standards. sampling frequency and sampling techniquesreconstruction of data. Pulse-code modulation-binary and many signals coding formated-digital data transmission. AM. Telemetry and carriercommunication systems-distinction and design criteria-modulation techniques-AM. Classification of Signals-their suitability for telemetry-analog and digital telemetry. Application of negative feedback for pneumatic and wire telemetry systems. FM and PM modulators and demodulators-V to f and f-to-V converters-phase locked loop and its application. Typical telemetry and telecontrol schemes related to industry and pace exploration. FM and PM suitability for wire and wireless telemetry power-line carrier communication. PWM and PPM signals-relative meritssampling theorems. Landline telemetry-mechanical.(44) MA 312 error.
inspection and steps to reduce them. Plane strain problems. forging of a disc. slip-line theory and its application to indealized problems of indentation and forming processes.rolling. strain hardening. Forming processes . operations and machines.stress analysis.Mechanics. drawing force. spinning. rolling pressure. stress .Mechanics. deep drawing. other processes like coining. roll separating force. theory and practice. forging. operations. Explosive forming. Strip forging . power loss in bearings. Yield phenomenon. Deep drawing . principal stresses. total force. stretch forming. material wear.idealized.(45) MA 313 APPLIED PLASTICITY (Forming Processes) 310 4 Review of tensile test. blank holding force. work load. Friction and lubrication in forming machines : defects. pressure distribution. Mechanics of forming processes : Rolling . yield criteria . Stress-strain relation .Mechanics. thread rolling. Drawing . plane stress and plane strain problems. Review of fundamentals of mechanics of solids . Effect of different parameters on the processes. constitutive relations. Extrusion .Modelling. equilibrium equations.strain relations. tube piercing. maximum shear stress. limit analysis and its applications.Stress analysis. stress distribution. Bending .Modeling. work load. electro hydraulic forming. power. driving torque and power. Flow rules. Incremental and deformation theories. practices and machines. bending and extrusion. effect of carbon and temperature on steel properties. Baushinger effect. maximum allowable reduction. spring back. frictional power loss. punching and blanking. .Tresca and Von Mises. Introduction to dies. Hot and cold forming. drawing. co-ordinate transformation. effect of friction.
locknuts. detailed design. shape and geometry of machine elements. coupling. modified Goodman's diagram. ball bearings.hydrodynamic lubrication. chains. power screws. couplings. factor of safety. conceptual design. stiffness. Design of fasteners : bolts. optimal design. design for combined axial and radial loading. belting. need analysis. design criteria. helical and bevel gears. riveted joints.rigid and flexible. Design of power-transmission : Shafts. friction drives.(46) MA314 MECHANICAL DESIGN 3 104 Introduction to machine design-types of loading. guides and guide ways. analysis and design of spur gears. clutches and brakes. Design process: Introduction to engineering design. . leaf springs. pressure Vessels. design of simple elements like fasteners. Design of gears and gear drives : review of gear geometry. Design for fatigue loading : S-N curve. beams. Design for strength. Introduction to design of machine frames. Antifriction bearings. shafts. Design of springs : Closed coiled helical springs. Design of bearings: classification . Design of. Design of simple components such as levers couplings. journal bearing. maintenance. welded joints : Welded frames and structures. Belt Conveyor and EOT Cranes. Cotter and pin joints. keys and spines. Riveted joints. shafts subjected to cyclic loading. nuts. material selection. resilience. roller and needle bearings. studs. design for technical viability economical and financial viability. Iso-strength and Iso-rigidity analysis. Interactive design process and morphology of design systems. production. stress concentration.
Assembly and inspection under Computer Supervision. Limits and fits standards.-line. end wavelength standards. limit gauging. gauge tolerances. indicating and automatic gauges. .(47) MA 315 METROLOGY AND STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL 3204 Metrology and inspection : principles of measurements. Basic concepts in quality and reliability. surface roughness measurement. Elements of on . Principles of automatic inspection. Systems approach. control charts. Gauges and gauge design : fixed gauges. test and assembly.line inspection and control of quality parameters. flatness and straightness testing. ISO -9000 and quality assurance. comparators. linear and angular measurements. Selection. Economics of quality production. Quality Control and Production Systems. screw and gear measurements.
1 Training for3 W eeks in industry m anufacturing Electrical/Electronics com ponents after fifth Sem ester. Paper IV PR 4 M A 319 M ECHANICAL DESIGN 0 0 22 Based on the course work corresponding to M A 314-M echanical D esignEXAM INATION SESSIONAL Paper I VS 1 M A 320 PRACTICAL TRAINING ----.(48) SM ESTER VI EXAM INATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 M A 316 ROBOTICS & CAM -I LAB 0 0 22 Based on the course work corresponding to M A 311 R obotics & CAM-I Paper II PR 2 M A 317 LAB Based on the course work corresponding to M A 312 Paper III PR 3 M A 318 FORM ING PRO CESSES LAB 0 0 22 0 0 22 B ase d on the c ou rs e w o rk corres p on ding to M A 31 3 -A p plie d Plasticity.1 . Paper II VS 2 M A 321 PROGRAM M ING IV (AUTOCAD) -----.
dealing with maps. geometric modelling for mechanical parts. strategic factors in product design. . simulation and modelling. Hardware description languages (AHDL) like Mast. design for assembly. Robust design for product. CITA. coast lines etc. Simultaneous engineering. Taguchi loss function. designing'and analysing graphs. Introduction to concurrent design. functional tolerances. animation. case studies. Review of interactive graphics. 3 dimensional problems. display and analysis of data defined on grids.design process^ Review of solid modelling and computer aided design of some elements/ components.(49 ) MA 401 INTRODUCTION TO CAD & PRODUCT DESIGN 3 10 4 Fundamentals of CAD . introduction to the elements of ergonomics.
Metal cutting. cellulor and flexible. Processes based on chemical interactions. Processing environment. . Metal forming.(50) MA 402 MODERN METHODS OF MANUFACTURING 3 10 4 Systems of manufacturing : batch. mass. Process based on concentration of energy in the forms of beams etc. coating. joining. deformation rate etc. Needs and roles of newer processes. solid phase bonding and joining operations. Use of robots in manufacturing and assembly. Processes involving sophisticated control of metallurgical parameters. Concepts of computer integrated manufacturing system. Evaluation of processes and their relation to productivity.
R ectifying circuits : U ncontrolled and C ontrolled rectifiers (Single phase and three phase). Inverter fed A. Three phase bridge inverters (180 M ode. I. P C B Fabrication.C . U P S. M otors. inverters: Series and parallel inverters.C . P LC . Forced com m utations in SC R.G.T. E lectronic tim ers w ith their applications. H igh frequenc y in verters and their applications. Electroplating. high frequenc y heating and welding..(51) MA 403 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 3104 Introduction to power sem iconductor devices: SCR. M otors. P L L and its applications. C hopper circuits.T.B.C. 120 M ode). m otors.O . Power M O SFET etc. . G. S M P S . Converter controlled D. Voltage Regulators. C hopper controlled D.
(52) SEMESTER VII EXAMINATION PRACTICAL Paper I PR 1 MA 406 CAD LAB 0032 Based on course work corresponding to MA 401-Introduction to CAD and Product Design. Paper III PR 3 MA 4. Industrial Electronics.08 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LAB 0 0 22 Based on course work corresponding to MA 403. Paper IV PR 4 MA 409 PRACTICAL TRAINING ------2 Training for 8 Weeks after sixth semester EXAMINATION SESSIONAL Paper I VS 1 MA 410 PPROGRAMMING (AUTOCAD) 0 0 2 1 . Paper II PR 2 MA 407 MODERN METHODS OF MANUFACTURING LAB 0032 Based on course work corresponding to MA 402-Modern Methods of Manufacturing.
Transducers applications and selections. resolution. range. S tepper m otors. push buttons. flow control valves. M echanical. identification of control system s and their inter relationship. PLC languages. rotary devices. pressure control valves. rela ys. AC/ D C m otors. etc. hydraulic and pneum atic actuation system s. accuracy. response tim e and hysteresis. direction control valves.(53) MA 411 MECHATRONICS 3104 Introduction. am plifiers. E lectrical Actuation S ystem s : operational characteristics and applications of electrical actuation com ponents for applications like. operational characteristics and perform ance of h ydraulic and pneum atic based actuation system s including linear devices. general characteristics of transducers and sensors including sensitivity. linearity etc. direction and flow control. repeatability. switches. Program m ing of PLC. h ydraulic m otors. ancillary devices (accum ulators. open loop and closed loop control using PLC . Interfacing PLC with actuators.) S ynthesis of system s with respect to fluid pressure. etc. Behavior of m echatronic system s (First and Second order response). OR-- . Program m able logic controllers and applications: PLC structures.
Expert systems and their application. Heuristics and their role. production systems.(54) MA 411 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 3104 Kinds of systems. Closed World Assumption. Basic learning approaches. . proof systems. Search strategies. Resolution approach. Natural Language processing : Non deterministic and Deterministic parsing semantics and pragmatics. Knowledge representation systems: declarative and procedural approaches. First order systems.
developm ent. o n th e tra in in g in in d u s try fo r 8 w e e k s a fte r s e v e n th sem ester. Paper II P R 2 M A415 LAB 0 032 Based on course work corresponding to M A 412/M A 413. Paper III PR 3 M A 416 PROJECT 0 0108 r Based on the project assigned to the student involving investigations. design. EXAM INATION SESSIONAL Paper I VS 1 M A418 SEM INAR & REPORTS 00 11 . fabrication etc.2 B a s e d .(55) SEM ESTER VIII EXAM INATION PRACTICAL P aper I-P R 1 M A 414 LAB 0032 Based on course work corresponding to M A 411. Paper IV PR 4 M A 417 PRACTICAL TRAINING ----.
sensitivity analysis. statistical estimates of production and cost functions. time value of money. allocation of input. multiple-product pricing. cost of capital. Input-output analysis.corporate strategy. Estimation of production cost and functions . demand shifting. . Applications & Case Studies. supply analysis. public utility rate regulation. marginal productivity of a single input. Forecasting industry demand and capacity. product mix problem. contribution costs and revenues. peak-load pricing. accounting costs and economic costs. market structure. theory of price with varying demand. measuring profitability. profit-volume analysis. cash flow. Fundamental concepts . Business conditions measurement. forcasting with macromodels. Market demand and the firm's share. consumer behavior. Analysis of profitability : cost analysis. Long-range planning : forecasting and strategy formulation. break-even analysis. technological forecasting. Cost minimization.engineering approach. Decision process .(56) MA 404/MA 405 INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS 3 10 4 Introduction. elasticity. Analysis of price and non-price competition . resource forecasting. social forecasting.incremental/marginal reasoning. Supply. Decision process and capital planning. Capital budgeting . Discrete production runs. capital budgeting. macro-model. Demand and supply: demand analysis. oligopoly.price theory. Resource allocation. opportunity cost.Theory and analysis. Pricediscriminatiop.
Synthesis-two-element system. Applications. Laplace transforms of first and second order systems. Combination of distributionsum. parallel redundant elements. cross-linked common elements. networks. high reliability systems. Various transfer function approaches. difference.. non:redundant elements.-moments of distributions. majority-vote elements. overall requirement. Quality and reliability. Reliability and safety. case studies. Performance-requirement conditions. exponential etc. Weibull. logic diagram. variability. Laplace transform of function.(57) MA 404/405 RELIABILITY 3 10 4 Review : probability. requirement. Random processes-continuous and discrete distributions . functional capability. simple common elements. co-relation process.concepts. Venn diagrams. reliability management. change of state. system reliability. concepts. concepts. Transfer characteristics. performance-capacity. lognormal.normal. Introduction. cumulative distribution functions. Simulation and reliability. product and quotient. . representations. reliability data and analysis. Complex systems-exclusive elements. conditional distribution functions. Reliability of systems-concepts. Replacement policy and reliability. Reliability assessment. Boolean algebra. Gamma. Achievement-concept.
Linear programming: graphical method. golden search method. constraints. integer programming. dynamic programming. Non-linear programming : one dimensional minimization methods. Duality. engineering applications. simplex method. multivariable optimization with equality and inequality constraints. statement of problem-objective function.(58) MA 404/MA 405 OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 3 10 4 introduction : historical development. simplex algorithm. decomposition principle. unrestricted search. Constrained optimization method-penalty function method. classification. techniques. . unconstrained optimization techniques-direct search method. Geometric programming. Classification: Single variable optimization. transportation problem. interpolation methods. univariate method.
wear debris. Case Studies. Visual/ultra sound. condition monitoring. transducers and their selection. lubricating oil.(59) MA 404/405 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE & CONDITION MONITORING 3 10 4 Introduction-objective. Non-destructive testing. . Gas Chromatography. Corrective/Breakdown maintenance. Condition monitoring-objective. basic principles. Diagnostic maintenance Methods of examination. Strategies for monitoring. Vibration and Signature analysis. Vibration. Health and Usage monitoring Maintenance policy. level measurement. instrumentation. preventive maintenance. Data analysis. Economics of condition based monitoring.
Obstruction avoidance. Robot control. Review of physical configurations and motions. geometric and dynamic analysis of robot manipulators. Materials requirement planning. Computer aided Materials Management-inventory control. mobility Sensors. . kinematics analysis. Robot Vision. techniques and evaluation. Cross functional implementation Technology for system integration. analyzing sensor data. Manufacturing Automation protocol. Path planning. present status and future trends. Matrix algebra of coordinate transformation. Computer Controlled parts handling and equipments. Robot controlled CNC. special applications of sensors.(60) MA 404/405 ROBOTICS & CAM II 3 10 4 Robot systems.
Inform ation processing system s. Data Bank concepts. Distributed databases. Elem ents of Com puter Com m unication Networks. Data Dictionaries in Manufacturing. m anagem ent of M ultim edia databases. Desirable characteristics df D ata processin g s ystem s. Network perform ance evaluation.(61 ) M A 404/405 M ANUFACTURING INFORM ATION SYSTEM S 310 4 In tro d uc tio n to D a ta P ro c e ss in g a n d in fo rm a tion S ys tem s . M anufacturing M essage S pecification. S ensor level network. L e vel of D ecis io n M ak ing a nd Inform atio n requirem ents. Structured Q uery Languages. O bject O riented M odels.Data-Bank-lnform ation storage and retrieval. M achine level netw ork. . Use of com puter networks. E le m e n ts o f A u to m a te d M a n u fa c tu rin g S ys te m s . Integrated Inform ation System . Cell level network. D ata life cycle. LA N design and perform ance.A rchitectures and P rotocols. CAD/CAM databases. Fundam entals of Inform ation Technology. Local A rea N etw orks . M anufacturing A utom ation P rotocol. Im plem entation of an Inform ation System . N etw ork and P rotocol Im plem entation. M ultim edia inform ation system s. N e tw o rk s in M anufacturing.
beams. Application to line elements. plane strain and three dimensional stress.(62) MA 404/405 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Introduction to FEM. virtual work. Development of Finite Element Method with emphasis on energy principles. potential energy. Variational principle. Relationship with other methods. plane stress. .
reconciling demand & supply. manpower data bank. industrial RelationsWleaning and Scope-Role ot Employer. Concept. Training and DevelopmentCounselling and Succession Planning. Performance Appraisal and Merit Rating. personnel department and its Functions. Motivation Research. appraisal. Applications & Case studies.. Wage and Salary Administration-equitable wage structure. Welfare Activities. Test & interviews. Media and Forms of Communication. How to issue Instructions. training. objectives. Counseling policies. performance evaluation 8. reporting.(63) MA 412/413 PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 3104 Nature. Communication Channel. compensation. profile of a Good Personnel Manager. Transferand Separation. Employee Benefits and Services-Statutory and Non-Statutory. Objective and Growth of Personnel programme. Job change-Promotion. redeployment. acquisition 8. Formulation of personnel policy manpower planning. Recruitment and Selection-Traditional and Scientific approach. Scope. Safety & Health. . wage Disparties and Differentials-job evaluation. Barriers. Machinery. supply forecast. Carrier development. audii S improvement. budgetting S control. Motivation in actual practice.
Credit policy. Cost-Volume-profit Analysis. Limitations of Financial statements. Ration Analysis.(64) MA 412/413 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 3104 Aims and objectives of Financial Management. Financial Structure of Indian companies and Liberltzation policy. Blls payable. Inventory. Weighted Average Cost of capital. Cash. Applications & Case Studies. Analysis of financial statements. Approach to Financial Planning. Effect of Inflation on working capital Management. Determinants. Internal financing and Divided Policy. Valuation of Securities. Accounts Receivables. Methods of Capital Budgeting. basic Features of Indian Money and Capital Markets. Accounts payable. Flow of Funds Analysis. Sources of Long and Short Term Finance. Management of Components of Current Assets-Inventory Management. Operating and Financial Leverage. InstrumentsofLong-Term Finance. Investment and capital Structure Decision. Financial Analysis and Planning. . Optimum Capita! Structure. Cost of Different sources of Raising capital.' Finance Function as Business. Financial policies likeworking capital policy. Cash policy.
definition. M icrom echanics of fiber and particle reinforced com posites. Analysis of com posite lam inated beam s. Experim ental characteristics of com posites-static and dynam ic loading. structures and m ethod of preparation of fibers and fiber reinforced com posites. Perform ance of com posites under fatigue.(65) MA 412/413 COM POSITE M ATERIALS 3 10 4 Introduction. F ailure m echanics. constitutive classical lam inate therory. Analysis of lam ina. Introduction to fracture m echanics. Prediction of elastic constants. factors affectin g stren gth a n d stiffness . T herm al stresses Design considerations for com posite m aterials. classification. . T ens ile an d im pac t stren gth of com posites. im pact and adverse environm ent applications. crack propagation. strength and stiffness.
C.C. Vector controlled Induction motor drives. Analysis and control of inverter fed A. drives. drives. Dual converter fed D!C. Selection of drives. drive characteristics. Switch reluctance motors. drives. devices. Braking of A. Thyristor controlled drives. drives : Analytics of fully/half controlled/converter controlled D. PMDC drives. Basic of variable speed drives. drives. D.C.C. Reversing and braking of thyristor controlled D.( 66 ) MA 412/413 INDUSTRIAL DRIVES 3 10 4 Introduction to electric drives. .C.
whirling of shafts magnification factor. Response to harmonic excitation. elements of vibrating systems. Transients. Vibration of single degree of freedom system : idealization of physical systems. Effect of flexible mounting in chatter. Forced Vibration. Vibration of two and multidegree freedom systems : natural frequencies and modes. natural frequencies and modes. modal analysis. ground excitation. time domain and frequency dome in. Approximate methods : Machine tool chatter. transmissibility of viscously damped systems. torsinonal vibration of circular shafts. transverse vibration of beams. free vibration-undamped and damped. Coulomb. Sinusoidal functions and their properties.(6 7 ) MA 412/MA 413 MACHINE TOOL VIBRATIONS 3 10 4 Introduction. . dynamic absorber. dampingviscous. Vibration of continuous systems : longitudinal vibration of slender bars. Matrix formulation-stiffness and mass matrices. Instrumentation and measurement. Dynamics of metal cutting-chatter in machine tools. Theory of chatter with several degrees of freedom. decoupling. Review of Hamilton's principle and LaGrange’s formulation. Chatter in coupled machine tool systems. material. Theory of impact damper. Review of harmonic fund ions and Fourier series. Dynamic stress analysis.
population inversion. Modulation of laser light. Dielectric properties : Ferro piezo & phroelectric materials and their sensors. Q-Switching. nuclear reactors. Superconductivity and its future applications. ferro and antiferro-ferrimagnetism. Auger spectroscopy and spectrophotometer. Ferrites & magnetic sensors. Mode conversion. Crystallography : Crystal energy. . Divergence of beam. Acoustic Impedance matching. Characterization of materials : X-ray diffraction with emphases on atomic from factor. Ultrasonic flow detector. Nuclear Physics: Binding energy-Liquid drop model. artificial radioactivity. semi conducting materials. Semiconductors : Band theory of solids. para. Doping. Electron microscopy for testing.accelerators. Simple idea of Crystal dislocation. I-R spectroscopy. Applications of laser in Engineering and Medicine. properties of slow and fast neutrons. Schrödinger Wave equation and its simple applications. Magnetic properties: Dia. optical fibers. Classification of Lasers : Gas Laser (He-Ne Laser. Wave nature of electron. Elements of holography. Elementary compounds : Ceramic/Amorphous semiconductors and their electrical properties. Acoustic emission. Laser : Einstein transition coefficient. photoelectric and Compton effect. Energy levels and emission of light. Ultrasonic: Production. phase contrast microscope. Ultrasonic sensors. soft-hard magnet. reference wave length and testing wave length. CO2 masers) and solid state lasers (semiconductor) coherence. different types of bonds and calculation of Madeline’s constant. concept of a hologram and its applications.(68) MA 412/413 ADVANCED PHYSICS 3 10 4 Elements of quantum Physics: Black body radiation. particle detectors and .
Non-conventional energy sources. classification of turbo machines -impulse and reaction. velocity triangles. Turbo machines : application of thermodynamic laws to turbo machines. gas power engines regeneration. calorific value of fuels : Nuclear power materials. Carnot. Flow through nozzles. performance characteristics and testing. Pellton wheels. Characteristics. Axial and centrifugal pumps characteristics. velocity and pressure compounding.spark ignition and compression ignition engines. DUP 200/5. Impulse turbine. Energy sources. Selection of prime movers. reaction turbines : velocity triangles and efficiencies. Actual Rankine cycle regeneration. turboprop.2000/200450 . availability and demand : fossil fuels-energy conversion. turbine efficiency and volumetric efficiency. volumetric efficiency. Indicator diagrams. turbojet. Otto. Hydraulic turbines: classification.C. I. efficiency.(69) M A412/413 PRIME MOVERS 3 104 Review ot power cycles-Rankine. performance characteristics. Diesel and Brayton. Energy conversion in turbo machines. energy balance. reheat. energy available. flow of wet steam. propeller and Kaplan turbine characteristics. engines .
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