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DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

State Board of Technical Education & Training Andhra Pradesh HYDERABAD

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Particulars Preamble Scheme of Instructions & Examination - I Year Scheme of Instructions & Examination - III Semester Scheme of Instructions & Examination - IV Semester Scheme of Instructions & Examination - V semester Scheme of Instructions & Examination - VI Semester I-YEAR Sub Code M-101 M-102 M-103 M-104 M-105 M-106 M-107 M108 M-109 M-110

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Name of the subject English -I Engineering Mathematics - I Engineering Physics Engineering Chemistry and Environmental Studies Workshop Technology Workshop Practice - I Engineering Drawing Physics Laboratory Chemistry Laboratory Information Technology lab III Semester

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Sub Code M-301 M-302 M-303 M-304 M-305 M-306 M-307 M-308 M-309 M-310 M-311

Name of the subject English -II Engineering Mathematics -II Engineering Mechanics Electrical Engg & Basic Electronics Thermal Engineering-I Manufacturing Technology -I Machine Drawing Mechanical Engg. Lab Electrical Engg Lab CAD Lab- I Workshop Practice - II

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IV Semester Sub Code M-401 M-402 M-403 M-404 M-405 M-406 M-407 M-408 M-409 M-410 Page Number

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Name of the subject English-III Manufacturing Technology-II Strength of Materials Engineering Materials Thermal Engineering-II Hydraulics & Fluid Power systems Production Drawing Workshop Practice-III Material Testing Laboratory Hydraulics &Hydraulic Machines Lab

V Semester Sno 1 Sub Code M-501 Name of the subject Industrial Training (Practical training) Page Number

VI Semester Sub Code M-601 M-602 M-603 M-604 M-605 M-606 Page Number

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Name of the subject English -IV Industrial Management and Entrepreneurship Industrial Engineering & Estimating and costing CAD/CAM Design of Machine Elements ELECTIVES (A) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (B) Automobile Engineering (C) Energy sources & Power plant Engineering CAD Lab - II CAM Lab Thermal Engineering Lab R&A/C Laboratory Workshop Practice-IV Servicing and Maintenance lab Project work

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M-607 M-608 M-609 M-610 M-611 M-612 M-613

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First Year is maintained as Year-wise pattern.CURRICULUM (C-09) FOR DIPLOMA COURSES IN ANDHRA PRADESH Preamble The State Board of Technical Education and Training. The new Curricula for the different diploma courses have been designed with the active participation of the members of the faculty teaching in the Polytechnics of Andhra Pradesh. Duration of course is modified from 3 years of academic instruction to 2½ years of academic instruction and 6 months of industrial training 2. 6. Preparing drawings using Computer has been given more importance using CAD softwares 4 . It was felt that there is an urgent need to improve hands-on experience among the students pursuing diploma courses. emphasis is given for learning and acquiring listening. Keeping these in view. Further as emphasized in the meetings. The primary objective of the curricular change is to produce best technicians is the country by correlating growing needs of the industries with the academic input. Consequently. 4. Modern topics relevant to the needs of the industry and global scenario suitable to be taught at Diploma level are incorporated in the curriculum. 3. 7. understand the industrial environment and the behavioural pattern while working in an industry. Every student will get the benefit of Exposure to industry. The policy decisions taken at the State and Central level are implemented with regard to environmental science by including relevant topics in Chemistry. Further. hands on training. recognizing the changing needs as stated by the user industries. with experts from industry. Advanced topics not relevant at diploma level of education are deleted. Keeping in view the increased need of communication skills which is playing a major role in the success of Diploma Level students in the Industries. the board has decided to bring forward the revision of curriculum by a year. teaching of the language has been spread over all the three years of the course and special emphasis is also on areas of employability skills. Salient Features: 1. the Board with the assistance of the faculty made a thorough assessment of the curricular changes that have to be made. Andhra Pradesh generally reviews the Curricula once in every five years. AutoCAD specific to the branch has been given more emphasis in the curriculum. the urgency of enhancing communication skills in English was also highlighted in the feedback and suggestions made by the user industries. This is also in accordance with the Supreme Court guidelines issued in Sri Mehta’s case. Andhra Pradesh under the aegis of the Department of Technical Education. However. 8. This will be implemented from the academic year 2009-10. 5. However. academia and senior faculty of the department. a number of meetings and deliberations were held at district and state level. The Curriculum is prepared on Semester Pattern sandwiched with One semester of Industrial Training at 5th Semester level. speaking and writing skills in English.

A. 17. Upon reviewing the existing C-05 curriculum.. The Members acknowledge with thanks the cooperation and guidance provided by Sri.9. S. more attention is given to the practical content of Laboratories and Workshops. it is found that the theory content is found to have more weightage than the Practical content.. R & D Institutions and other developmental/promotional agencies.T. the course content in all the subjects is thoroughly reviewed.A. academia from the universities and higher learning institutions and all teaching fraternity from the Polytechnics who are directly and indirectly involved in preparation of the curricula. The Members of the working group are grateful to Sri L. internet usage and e-mailing. experts from industry.P. faculty. Industrial Training introduced in V semester is aimed at promoting working in groups/Team building skills through ‘practice-oriented. 14.. In the revised C-09 curriculum. 5 . With increased emphasis for the student to acquire Practical skills. All Practical subjects are independent of each other and the practice of grouping two or more practical subjects is dispensed with.S. 13. This helps the student in interacting with people in better interaction of students with Industries. 12. Elective subjects have been introduced at the 6th semester stage to enable to study certain subjects of importance/specialization.Ranganath Secretary SBTET and other officials of Directorate of Technical Education and the State Board of Technical Education. and Sri. I.P. thus strengthening the practical side. Every student is exposed to the computer lab at the 1st year stage itself in order to familiarize him with skills required for keyboard/mouse operation. modifying and updating the curriculum.Prem Chandra Reddy. P. State Board of Technical Education and Training. The experiments /exercises that are chosen for the practical sessions are identified to confirm to the field requirements of industry. The number of teaching hours allotted to a particular topic/chapter has been rationalized keeping in view the past experience 11. While the course content in certain subjects is reduced. Industrial Training has been introduced for One full semester to impart Practical Experience during the course of study itself.S. G. Prabhakar.T. project based activities’. and Sri Somesh Kumar. for better utilization of the equipment available at the Polytechnics. Curricula of Laboratory and Workshops have been thoroughly revised basing on the suggestions received from the industry. I. who was Secretary. for their guidance and valuable inputs in revising.B. A. 15. 16.A.T.V. 18. 10.E. Commissioner of Technical Education & Chairman. in rest of the subjects the content has been enhanced as per the need of the hour.

Andhra Pradesh. All the Diploma courses are run on year wise pattern in the First year.Pharmacy 3. 1). DURATION AND PATTERN OF THE COURSES All the Diploma programs run at various institutions are of either 3 years or 3½ years duration. candidates need not appear for CEEP. 2).RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR DIPLOMA COURSES UNDER THE CURRICULUM – 2009 (C-09) 1. PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION IN TO THE DIPLOMA COURSES: a) Selection of candidates is governed by the Rules and regulations lay down in this regard from time to time.H. Hyderabad. 4. the training will be in the seventh semester. b). 6 2. D. For all conventional branches.T. conducted by the Board of Secondary Examination. f) For admission into the following Diploma Courses for which entry qualification is 10+2. In respect of few courses like Diploma in Electronics with specialization in CP/ CN/ IE/ TV/ BM/ Embedded systems. In case candidates who apply pending results of their qualifying examinations. the Industrial Training is placed in the fifth semester. b) Candidates who wish to seek admission in any of the Diploma courses will have to appear for common entrance examination (CEEP) conducted by the State Board of Technical Education and Training. sandwiched between two Semesters of Academic Instruction. c) Only the candidates satisfying the following requirements will be eligible to appear for the Common Entrance Examination (CEEP).M. their selection shall be subject to production of proof of their passing the qualifying examination in one attempt or compartmentally at the time of interview for admission. d) The candidates seeking admission should have appeared for the X class examination. and the remaining two or two & half years are run in the semester pattern. The Academic year for all the Courses shall be from Fifteenth June of the year of admission to the 31st March of the succeeding year. e) Admissions are made based on the merit obtained in the Common Entrance Examination (CEEP) and the reservation rules stipulated by the Government of Andhra Pradesh from time to time. The Working days in a week shall be from Monday to Saturday c). D.C. There shall be 7 periods of 50 minutes duration on all working days. For all other courses. . Andhra Pradesh or equivalent examination thereto. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION The medium of instruction and examination shall be English. with Industrial Training of 6 months / one year. A separate notification will be issued for admission into these courses. at the time of making application to the Common Entrance Examination for Polytechnics (CEEP). and seventh semester will be at the institution. NUMBER OF WORKING DAYS PER SEMESTER / YEAR: a). the training will be in the fifth & sixth semesters.

ELIGIBILITY OF ATTENDENCE TO APPEAR FOR THE END EXAMINATION A candidate shall be permitted to appear for the end examination in all subjects. Students whose shortage of attendance is not condoned in any semester / 1st year are not eligible to take their end examination of that class and their admissions shall stand cancelled. there are no minimum marks prescribed for sessionals. (Sessional marks). after readmission is granted. i.e. if he or she has attended a minimum of 75% of working days during the year/Semester. along with 20% marks for internal evaluation. However. 7. The percentage of attendance of the readmitted candidates shall be calculated from the first day of beginning of the regular class work for that year / Semester. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT SCHEME 7 .d). SCHEME OF EXAMINATION THEORY EXAMINATION: Each Subject carries 80% marks with examination of 3 hours duration. 5. The minimum number of working days for each semester / year shall be 90 / 180 days excluding examination days. PRACTICAL EXAMINATION: There shall be 40% Marks for regular practical work done. If this prescribed minimum is not achieved due to any reason. special arrangements shall be made to conduct classes to cover up the curriculum. They may seek re-admission for that semester / 1st year when offered next. 6. sessional marks for each practical subject with an end examination of 3 hours duration carrying 60% marks.Pharmacy course or first year course in Engineering and Non Engineering Diploma streams) Otherwise such cases shall not be considered for readmission for that semester / year and are advised to seek readmission in the next subsequent eligible academic year. Candidates having less than 65% attendance shall be detained. A stipulated fee shall be payable towards condonation of shortage of attendance. as officially announced by CTE/SBTET but not form the day on which he/she has actually reported to the class work. Condonation of shortage of attendance in aggregate up to 10% (65% and above and below 75%) in each semester or 1st year may be granted on medical grounds. However. there are no minimum marks prescribed for sessionals. 8. READMISSION Readmission shall be granted to eligible candidates by the respective RJD’s / Principals Within 15 days after commencement of class work in any semester (Except industrial Training) Within 30 days after commencement of class work in any year (including D.

which is also considered as a practical paper.D. Industrial assessment : 200 marks ( in Three spells ) Maintenance of log book : 30 marks Training Report : 30 marks Seminar / viva-voce : 40 marks --------------TOTAL : 300 marks --------------The assessment at the institute level will be done by a minimum of three faculty members including H. Each student has to write a record / log book for assessment purpose. For drawing the end examination shall be held along with all theory papers. In the subject of Drawing. Practicals: Student’s performance in Laboratories / Workshop shall be assessed during the year of study for 40% marks in each practical subject. Internal assessment in Labs / workshops / Survey field etc. Drawing exercises are to be filed in seriatum. except in drawing. recording and performance of the task assigned to him / her. and be averaged. accuracy. Allotment of marks should be discrete taking into consideration the students skills.. during the course of study shall be done and sessional marks awarded by Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Workshop superintendent as the case may be. A final decision in this regard would be taken before the end of Academic Year 2009-10. For practical examinations. there shall be two examiners. Records pertaining to internal assessment marks of both theory and practical subjects are to be maintained for official inspection. Question Paper for Practicals: Question paper should cover all the experiments / exercise prescribed. Internal examiner shall be the person concerned with internal assessment as in (c) above. Internal examinations will be conducted for awarding sessional marks on the dates specified. the same rules hold good. External examiner shall be appointed by the Principal in consultation with respective head of the department preferably choosing a person from an Industry. Average marks obtained in all the tests will be considered for awarding the sessional marks. 8 . In case of Industrial Training.O. Four unit tests will be conducted for I year students and two for semesters.Theory Subjects: Theory Subjects carry 20% sessional marks. the training assessment shall be done and marks be awarded in the following manner.

improvement is allowed in drawing subject. that too within the succeeding two examinations after the completion of Diploma. There are no sessional marks for typewriting and Shorthand subjects of D.C. attendance after condonation on Medical grounds should not be less than 65% and pay the examination fee. g) Examination fee for improvement shall be paid as per the notification issued by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time. 10. PROVISION FOR IMPROVEMENT a) Improvement is allowed only after he / she has completed all the subjects from First Year to Final semester of the Diploma. e) If improvement is not achieved. However.9. PRACTICAL EXAMINATION: For passing a practical subject. A candidate who could not pay the first year examination fee has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 3rd semester. a minimum of 50% in end examination and a combined minimum of 50% of both sessional and practical examination marks put together.P. h) All the candidates who wish to appear for improvement of performance shall deposit the original Marks Memos of all the years / Semesters and also original Diploma Certificate to the Board. the revised Memorandum of marks and Original Diploma Certificate will be issued else the submitted originals will be returned..rd. the pass mark for typewriting and short hand is 45% in the end examination. If there is improvement in performance of the current examination. f) Improvement is not allowed in respect to the candidates who are punished under Mal-practice in any Examination.C. with the condition that the duration including betterment examination shall not exceed FIVE years from the first admission. the marks obtained in previous Examinations hold good.C. RULES OF PROMOTION FROM 1ST YEAR TO 3. d) No improvement is allowed in Practical / Lab subjects or Project work or Industrial Training assessment. 6th and 7th SEMESTERS: For Diploma Courses of 3 years duration A candidate shall be permitted to appear for first year examination provided he / she puts in 75% attendance (which can be condoned on Medical grounds upto 10%) i. MINIMUM PASS MARKS THEORY EXAMINATION: For passing a theory subject.C. 9 . 11. c) The student can avail of this improvement chance only once. 4.e. a candidate has to secure.P course.th 5th . b) Improvement is allowed in any 4 (Four) subjects of the Diploma. a candidate has to secure a minimum of 35% in end examination and a combined minimum of 35% of both Sessional and end examination marks put together. In case of D. A candidate shall be promoted to 3rd semester if he/she puts the required percentage of attendance in the first year and pays the examination fee.

A candidate who could not pay the 1st year examination fee has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and rd Training from time to time before commencement of 3 semester. attendance after condonation on Medical grounds should not be less than 65% and pay the examination fee. if he/she Puts the required percentage of attendance( 90%) in 5th semester and Should have obtained the eligibility to appear for 4th semester examination A candidate shall be promoted to 6th semester provided he/she has successfully completed Industrial Training (Passed) and he / she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 5th semester and pay the industrial assessment fee. For Diploma Courses of 3 ½ Years duration: i) MET/ CH/ CHPP/ CHPC/ CHOT/ TT 1) A candidate shall be permitted to appear for 1st year examination provided he / she puts in 75% attendance (which can be condoned on Medical grounds upto 10%) i.A candidate shall be promoted to 4th semester provided he/she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 3rd semester and pay the examination fee. A candidate.e. A candidate is eligible to appear for 5th semester Industrial Assessment. Should not have failed in more than Six backlog subjects of 3rd and 4th semesters put together for IVC students. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 5th semester. 2) A candidate shall be promoted to 3rd semester if he/she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 1st year and pays the examination fee. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 4th semester. A candidate is eligible to appear for the 4th semester exam if he/she Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester Should not have failed in more than Four backlog subjects of 1st year A candidate shall be promoted to 5th semester (Industrial Training) provided he / she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester and pays the examination fee. A candidate who could not pay the 3rd semester exam fee. A candidate who could not pay the 3rd semester exam fee. 3rd & 4th semesters put together. A candidate is eligible to appear for 6th semester examination if he/she Puts the required percentage of attendance in 6th semester and Should not have failed in more than six backlogs subjects of 1st year. who could not pay the 5th semester industrial assessment fee. who could not pay the 4th semester examination fee. 3) A candidate shall be promoted to 4th semester provided he/she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 3rd semester and pay the examination fee. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 4th semester. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 6th semester. 4) A candidate is eligible to appear for the 4th semester exam if he/she 10 . A candidate.

ii) DIPLOMA IN FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY: In respect of Diploma in Footwear Technology. The promotion rules for this course are on par with the other sandwich Diploma courses except that there is no restriction on number of backlog subjects to get eligibility to appear for the 4th semester examination and A candidate is eligible to appear for 5th semester examination if he / she Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 5th semester and Should not have failed in more than four subjects of 1st year. the Industrial training is offered in two spells. A candidate. the 1st spell of Industrial training after the First Year (I.e III Semester of the course) and the second spell of Industrial training after the V Semester (i. iii) Should not have failed in more than Six backlog subjects of 3rd and 4th semester put together for IVC students.i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester ii) Should not have failed in more than Four backlog subjects of 1st year. has to pay the promotion fee as prescribed by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time before commencement of 5th semester.3rd and 4th semesters put together. 11 . who could not pay the 4th semester examination fee. 7) A candidate shall be promoted to 7th semester of the course provided he/she has successfully completed both the spells of Industrial Training (Passed).e.. from 1st spell of Industrial Training to 2nd spell) provided he/she puts the required percentage of attendance. 6) Promotion from 5th to 6th semester is automatic (i.e VI Semester of the course). 5) A candidate shall be promoted to 5th semester provided he / she puts the required percentage of attendance in the 4th semester and pays the examination fee. 8) A candidate is eligible to appear for 7th semester examination if he/she i) Puts the required percentage of attendance in the 7th semester and ii) Should not have failed in more than 6 backlog subjects of 1st year. which in this case would be 90 % attendance and attends for the VIVA-VOCE examination at the end of training.

duration per day. 12 . 14. Section ‘A’ contains 10 short answer questions. Each theory paper consists of Section ‘A’ and Section ‘B’. he / she will have to repeat the training at his / her own cost. ii) With respect to the intermediate vocational candidates who are admitted directly into diploma course at the 3rd semester (i. second year) level the aggregate of (100%) marks secured at the 3rd and subsequent semesters levels of study shall alone be taken into consideration for determining the over all percentage of marks secured by the candidates for award of class/division. 12.e.OTHER DETAILS In case a candidate does not successfully complete the Industrial training. from Monday to Saturday. from the first admission. Marks: 10 x 3 = 30. STUDENTS PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Successful candidates shall be awarded the Diploma under the following divisions of pass. 1) First Class with Distinction shall be awarded to the candidates who secure an overall aggregate of 75% marks and above. Examination paper is of 3/6/9 hour’s duration. (With 6 working days in a week i. Each Semester of Institutional study shall be a minimum of 90 working days. with 7 periods of 50 minutes. 13.. The I spell of Industrial training shall commence 10 days after the completion of the last theory examination of 4th Semester. EXAMINATION FEE SCHEDULE: The examination fee should be as per the notification issued by State Board of Technical Education and Training from time to time.e. STRUCTURE OF END EXAMINATION QUESTION PAPER Theory Examinations The question paper for theory examination is patterned in such a manner that the Weightage of periods/marks allotted for each of the topics for a particular subject be considered. All questions are to be answered and each carries 3 marks Max. 2) First Class shall be awarded to candidates who secure overall aggregate of 60% marks and above and below 75% marks. 3) Second Class shall be awarded to candidates who secure a pass with an overall aggregate of below 60%. 4) Second Class shall be awarded to all students. i) The Weightage of marks for various year/Semesters which are taken for computing overall aggregate shall be 25% of I year marks + 100% of 3rd and subsequent Semesters. The Second spell of Industrial training shall commence within 10 days after the completion of I spell of Industrial training. who fail to complete the Diploma in the regular three years and four subsequent examinations.

Hyderabad – 500 063 within 15 days from the date of receipt of Tabulated Marks Statement by the Principal of concerned Polytechnic or the date specified. ISSUE OF XEROX COPY OF VALUED ANSWER SCRIPT & REVERIFICATION: (a) A candidate desirous of applying for Recounting/ issue of Xerox copy of valued answer scripts/ Reverification should submit the application to the Secretary. Marks: 4 x 5=20. ELIGIBILITY FOR AWARD OF DIPLOMA A candidate is eligible for award of Diploma Certificate if he / she fulfils the following academic regulations. Students who fail to fulfill all the academic requirements for the award of the Diploma within 6 / 7 academic years from the year of admission shall forfeit their seat in the course & their seat shall stand cancelled. State Board of Technical Education and Training. MAXIMUM PERIOD FOR COMPLETION OF DIPLOMA COURSES Maximum period for completion of the course is twice the duration of the course from the date of First admission (includes the period of detention and discontinuation of studies by student etc) failing which they will have to forfeit the claim for qualifying for the award of Diploma (They will not be permitted to appear for examinations after that date). Max. Max. the same shall be informed sufficiently in advance to the candidates. Each student has to pick up a question paper distributed by Lottery System. for each duplicate memo. i. ISSUE OF MEMORONDUM OF MARKS All candidates who appear for the end examination will be issued memorandum of marks without any payment of fee. State Board of Technical Education and Training. 13 16. 18. A. In case of any change in the pattern of question paper. A. ii. Section ‘A’ contains four (4) questions.P.Section B contains 8 essay type questions including Numerical questions. 17.Total Maximum Marks: 80 For Engineering Drawing Subject (107) consist of section ‘A’ and section ‘B’.P. Marks for VIVA-VOCE: 10% Total: 60% In case of practical examinations with 50 marks. Max.Marks: 5 x 10 = 50. Section ‘B’ contains six (6) questions. All questions in section ‘A’ are to be answered and each carries 5 marks. . out of which 5 questions each carrying 10 marks are to be answered. 15. He / She pursued a course of study for not less than 3 / 3 ½ academic years & not more than 6 / 7 academic years. This rule applies for all Diploma courses of 3 years and 3 ½ years of engineering and non-engineering courses. Marks for an experiment / exercise: 50% Max.. the marks will be worked out basing on the above ratio. Max. Out of which four (4) questions to be answered and each question carries 10 Marks. However candidates who lose the original memorandum of marks have to pay the prescribed fee to the Secretary. He / she has completed all the subjects. Marks 4 x 10 = 40. Practical Examinations For Workshop practice and Laboratory Examinations. RECOUNTING.

State Board of Technical Education and Training. 14 . 3. (ii) Demand draft towards the payment of fee (iii) Self – addressed and stamped envelopes of 11” X 5” size. (3) Fee in the form of Demand Draft FOR RE-VERIFICATION OF THE VALUED ANSWER SCRIPT A candidate desirous of applying for Re-verification of valued answer script should submit the application to the Secretary. A. he / she shall be booked and the Punishment shall be awarded as per rules and regulations framed by SBTET from time to time. A candidate desirous of applying for Xerox copy of valued answer script/ scripts should submit the application to the Secretary. No request for recounting shall be entertained from any candidate who is reported to have resorted to Malpractice in that examination.. Hyderabad – 500 063 along with the required fee in the form of Demand Draft within 07 days from the date of receipt of Tabulated Marks Statement by the Principal of concerned Polytechnic or the date specified in the covering letter which ever is earlier. The following documents should invariably be enclosed with the application failing which the application will not be considered. Hyderabad – 500 063 along with the required fee in the form of Demand Draft. State Board of Technical Education and Training. Re-verification of valued answer script shall be done for all theory subjects including drawing subjects. The fee prescribed for Recounting should be paid by way of Demand Draft drawn on any Scheduled Bank payable at Hyderabad in favour of the Secretary. (i) Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheet certified by the Principal.Recounting shall be done for any TWO theory subjects per Year/Semester only. Hyderabad. including drawing subjects. 2..P. The following documents should invariably be enclosed with the application (1) Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheets certified by the Principal (2) Self-addressed Stamped Envelope/Cloth-line cover of size 10’’ x 14’’. b) FOR ISSUE OF XEROX COPIES OF VALUED ANSWER SCRIPTS 1. MAL PRACTICE CASES: If any candidate resorts to any Mal Practice during examinations. The applications received after the prescribed date will not be accepted and any correspondence in this regard will not be entertained. A. c) 19. The following documents should be invariably be enclosed with the application failing which the application will not be considered. Fee in the form of Demand Draft. Xerox copies of valued answer scripts will be issued to all theory subjects including drawing subjects. The verification of the totaling will be done by an Officer of the Board and will be intimated to the candidate by post only..P. within 15 days from declaration of result. Marks secured as per Tabulated Marks Sheets certified by the Principal. A. State Board of Technical Education and Training.P.

In case of damage of original Diploma Certificate. iii. All legal matters pertaining to the State Board of Technical Education and Training are within the jurisdiction of Hyderabad.20. ISSUE OF MIGRATION CERTIFICATE AND TRANSCRIPTS: The Board on payment of prescribed fee will issue these certificates for the candidates who intend to prosecute Higher Studies in India or Abroad. with effect from the dates notified by the competent authority. State Board of Technical Education and Training. DISCREPANCIES/ PLEAS: Any Discrepancy /Pleas regarding results etc. the candidate has to pay the penalty prescribed by the SBTET from time to time. on payment of prescribed fee and on production of an affidavit signed before a First Class Magistrate (Judicial) and non traceable certificate from the Department of Police. a Permanent Identification Number (PIN) will be allotted to each candidate so as to facilitate this work and avoid errors in tabulation of results. 21. 23. 24. Thereafter.. 22. shall be represented to the Board within one month from the date of issue of results. ISSUE OF DUPLICATE DIPLOMA If a candidate loses his/her original Diploma Certificate and desires a duplicate to be issued he/she should produce written evidence to this effect. In case of any ambiguity in the interpretation of the above rules.. GENERAL i. the decision of the Secretary.. In case the candidate cannot collect the original Diploma within 1 year from the date of issue of the certificate. SBTET is final. A. ii. The Board may change or amend the academic rules and regulations or syllabi at any time and the changes or amendments made shall be applicable to all the students. for whom it is intended.P. no such cases shall be entertained in any manner. He / she may obtain a duplicate from the Secretary. he / she may obtain a duplicate certificate by surrendering the original damaged certificate on payment of prescribed fee to the State Board of Technical Education and Training. PERMANENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PIN) A cumulative / academic record is to be maintained of the Marks secured in sessional work and end examination of each year for determining the eligibility for promotion etc. 15 .

Duration (hrs) Theory THEORY SUBJECTS M-101 M-102 M-103 M-104 M-105 English -I Engineering Mathematics .I Engineering Physics Engineering Chemistry and Environmental Studies Workshop Technology 2 5 4 4 5 60 150 120 120 150 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 80 80 80 80 80 100 100 100 100 PRACTICAL SUBJECTS M-106 M-107 M108 M-109 M-110 Workshop Practice .I Engineering Drawing Physics Laboratory Chemistry Laboratory Information Technology laboratory Group Task / Seminar Total 3 20 4 3 22 120 90 1260 90 3 3 20 40 260 30 60 640 50 100 900 6 6 180 180 3 3 3 40 40 20 60 60 30 100 100 50 Total Marks 100 16 Name of the Subject End Exam Marks Practicals Sessional Marks Sub Code Total Periods Per Year DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM-2009 (FIRST YEAR) Instruction Periods/ Scheme Of Examinations Week .

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM-2009 (III Semester) Total Periods Per Semester Instruction Periods/Week Practicas Theory Sub Code Name of the Subject Scheme Of Examinations End Exam Marks 80 80 80 80 80 80 60 30 30 60 60 720 Sessional Marks Duration (hrs) THEORY SUBJECTS M-301 M-302 M-303 M-304 M-305 M-306 English -II Engineering Mathematics –II Engineering Mechanics Electrical Engg & Basic Electronics Thermal Engineering-I Manufacturing Technology –I 3 4 5 5 5 5 45 60 75 75 75 75 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 100 100 100 100 100 100 PRACTICAL SUBJECTS M-307 M-308 M-309 M-310 M-311 Machine Drawing Mechanical Engg.I Workshop Practice – II Total 3 6 27 15 45 630 3 40 280 100 1000 45 45 3 3 20 40 50 100 6 90 3 3 40 20 100 50 Total Marks 17 . Laboratory Electrical Engg Laboratory CAD Lab.

DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM-2009 (IV Semester) Instruction Periods/Week Practical Theory Sub Code Name of the Subject Total Periods Per Semester Scheme Of Examinations Sessional Marks EndExam Marks 80 80 80 80 80 80 60 60 30 30 660 Duration (hrs) Total Marks 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 900 18 THEORY SUBJECTS M-401 M-402 M-403 M-404 M-405 M-406 English-III Manufacturing Technology-II Strength of Materials Engineering Materials Thermal Engineering-II 3 5 5 5 5 45 75 75 75 75 75 3 3 3 3 3 3 20 20 20 20 20 20 Hydraulics & Fluid Power 5 systems PRACTICAL SUBJECTS Production Drawing Workshop Practice-III Material Testing Laboratory Hydraulics &Hydraulic Machines Laboratory Group Task / Seminar Total 3 28 2 14 3 6 M-407 M-408 M-409 M-410 45 90 45 3 3 4 3 40 40 20 20 240 30* 630 - * Out of this 30 periods 15 periods were allocated for Production Drawing Theory. .

NO Subject Duration Items 1.Training Report a) Log Book b) Training report 4. During Industrial training the candidate shall put in a minimum of 90%attendence. 19 . A candidate failing to secure the minimum marks should complete it at his own expenses.DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM-2009 M-501 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (Practical Training) V SEMESTER S. Second Assessment (at the end of 6th month) 3.First Assessment (at the end of 3rd month) 2. Seminar Max Marks Remarks 100 1 Practical Training in the Industry 6 Months 100 30 30 40 300 TOTAL PER SEMESTER • • • The industrial training shall carry 300 marks and pass marks is 50%.

Total Periods Per Semester DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION CURRICULUM-2009 (VI Semester) Instruction Scheme Of Periods/Week Examinations Practical Name of the Subject Duration (hrs) 3 3 3 3 3 Theory Sub Code Sessional Marks End Exam Marks Total Marks 20 20 20 20 20 30 80 80 80 80 50 100 100 100 100 20 80 100 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 30 30 30 30 30 30 60 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 280 670 950 20 THEORY SUBJECTS M-601 M-602 M-603 M-604 M-605 English -IV Industrial Management and Entrepreneurship Industrial Engineering & Estimating and costing CAD/CAM Design of Machine Elements ELECTIVES M-606 (A) Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (B) Automobile Engineering (C) Energy sources & Power plant Engineering PRACTICAL SUBJECTS M-607 M-608 M-609 M-610 M-611 M-612 M-613 CAD Lab .II CAM Lab Thermal Engineering Lab R&A/C Laboratory Workshop Practice-IV Servicing and Maintenance lab Project Work Total _ 27 3 3 15 45 45 630 6 45 45 45 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 75 3 2 5 5 5 5 30 75 75 75 75 3 .

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ENGLISH-I Subject Title Subject code Periods / Week Periods / Year : English-I : M-101 :2 : 60 TIME SCHEDULE 22 .

of Periods Sno .Applications of the Derivative Geometrical Applications PhysicalApplications MaximaandMinima ErrorsandApproximations TOTAL 12 15 5 5 5 6 5 5 8 6 2 5 1 5 5 5 8 5 20 6 6 6 4 150 10 Short type 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - No.ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – I (Common Subject) Subject title Subject code Periods per week Total periods per Year : : : : Engineering Mathematics -I M.102 05 150 TIME SCHEDULE Essay type 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 8 23 Weightage of marks 6 10 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 0 5 5 5 5 3 13 5 5 5 5 110 Major Topics 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Unit-I-Bridging of fundamentals In mathematics Unit-II-Algebra: Matrices Partial Fractions Unit-III-Trigonometry: Compound Angles Multiple and Sub-multiple angles Transformations Inverse Trigonometric Functions Trigonometric Equations Properties of Triangles Complex Numbers Unit-IV-Co-ordinateGeometry: Straight Lines Circles Elements of Conics Parabola Ellipse Hyperbola Three Dimensional Geometry Unit-V-DifferentialCalculus: Limits Methods of Differentiation Unit-VI.

2 −1 1 m −{− m − m − n} etc. (1 ± x ) .9 1. Explain surds and rationalizing factors with suitable simple examples.Range . Define the basic Trigonometric ratios. Explain logarithms with basic properties.14 State Binomial expansions of the type ( x ± a ) . their properties and allied angles formulae. and also define Hyperbolic and inverse Hyperbolic functions with useful identities.8 1. multiply p with q and divide p by q when p = 2 x 2 + 3 x + 4 and q = 3 x -1 . Componendo and dividendo rules such as a c a = ⇒ b d a c a = ⇒ b d a a c a−b c−d +b c+d = (com ponendo) = ⇒ = (dividendo) b d b d b d +b c+d (com ponendo and dividendo) = −b c−d Explain the bracket operations such as a + {b + ( c − d )} . exponential series.6 1.y) and u = f(x. 2 2 Explain the functional notation y = f(x).13 1. Explain the exponential constant e.y. + etc. (1 ± x ) . nCr . n p r . exponential function. x+3 1 3 1− 1− 2− 2x − 4 x y Explain the formulae for basic algebraic identities in the form of forward and backward applications like 2 2 2 ( a + b ) = a 2 + b 2 + 2ab and also a 2 + b 2 − ab = ( a + b ) − 3ab or ( a − b ) + ab .2b find 3 p + 2q − 5r.10 1. x varies inversely as y ⇔ xy=constant. dividendo.. Solve simple problems such as p = 2a − 3b. Homogeneous functions. Explain the procedure of Handling Vulgar fractions such as x 2x + 4 + 4 2 2x −1 x − 2 . z = f(x. Third and fourth degree definitions.z) with simple illustrative examples and their evaluation. State the definitions of n. (1 ± x ) . symmetric expressions and ∑ notations with suitable examples in each case. Explain solving a quadratic equation by factorization and formula methods and solving fourth and third degree equations using remainder theorem with simple constructed examples. interval as subset of set of real numbers.3. Solve simple y problems. Explain the polynomials of Second. Logarithmic Series. Also explain the variation concept (direct and inverse) such as x x varies as y ⇔ = constant.Objectives: Unit-1.1 1. Domain . 2 2 Explain the ratios and properties such as componendo. rational functions with arithmetic operations on them.7 1. 2 3 11 And also express x + 3 x + 5 in the form of x + + etc. Also explain the definition of a function classically as f : A→ B. n −1 −2 −3 24 . 2 2 1. Explain Literal Values and Literal Coefficients.12 1. q = 3b .11 1. 1. r = 5a .4c.Bridging of fundamentals in Mathematics: 1.

2.2 Define sum. 2.(proof not necessary) with examples. scalar multiplication and product of matrices. 2. define the order of a matrix.symmetric matrices-Examples in all cases. 3. 2. symmetry and non -symmetry of matrices.1 Define rational. Define singular and non singular matrices. Partial Fractions 3.5 Define determinant of a 3x3 matrix. Gauss-Jordan method to solve a system of 3 linear equations in 3 unknowns with examples.3 Define the transpose of a matrix. Define and determine the adjoint of a square matrix give examples. 3. Unit-II.Laplacian expansion with examples. cofactor of an element of a 3x3 square matrix as determinant of 2x2 square matrix with examples. Algebra Matrices 2.0 Compound Angles 25 . 2.1 Definition of a matrix. relation between the Adjoint and inverse leading to the formula A-1 = adj A/ det A.7 System of 3 linear equations in 3 unknowns. proper and improper fractions of functions.9 Row operations for evaluating the determinant of a 3x3 matrix with simple illustrative examples. distance and ratio formulae centroid and the meaning of the graph of a function with suitable examples. distributive. various types of matrices with examples.1.8 Elementary row and column operations on a 3x3 matrix-examples. Also state properties of determinants with illustrative examples. 2. 2. f(x) i) (x+a)(x+b)(x+c) f(x) ii) (x+a)2(x+b)(x+c) f(x) iii) (x2+a)(x+b) f(x) iv) (x+ a )(x2+ b)2 Unit-III Trigonometry 4. matrix representation. commutative properties) with examples and counter examples.6 Define the multiplicative inverse of a 3x3 matrix.define square matrix and 3rd order square matrix with examples. solution by matrix inversion method and Cramer’s rule-examples 2. algebra of matrices (associative.2 Explain the Procedure of resolving rational fractions of the type mentioned below into partial fractions.15 Explain two dimensional co-ordinate system. resolving a square matrix in to a sum of a symmetric and non.4 Define minor.

4 To state sine rule.b.c and solve problems. tan750 etc.2 Define compound angles. cos x =k and tan x=k with appropriate examples. and problems using simple transformations. Apply these formulae to sum or difference or product of three or more terms and solve problems.1 8. 0 Complex numbers: 26 .1 Understand the concept of the inverse of a trigonometric function by selecting an appropriate domain and range. State the formulas of Sin(A±B). Solve problems on the above formulae. To solve models of the type a sin2 x + b sin x +c=0. tangent rule and projection rule.2 5. To find the general solutions of sin x=k. Cos(A±B).3 Derive the formulae of multiple angles 2A. tan 150. cosine rule. 10.3 9.0 Properties and Solutions of Triangles 9. derive the values of sin150 cos150.2 Derive the formulae on transforming sum or difference of two trigonometric ratios in to a product and vice versa. Derive useful allied formulas like sinA=√(1-cos2A)/2 etc Provide examples on the above formulae 6. Give the formulas for sin A/2. To derive relations between inverse trigonometric functions so that given A= sin1 x. cos A/2.1 9. 7. a cos x + b sin x=c etc.. 5. and solve simple problems. to Express angle A in terms of other inverse trigonometric functions. 3A etc and sub multiple angle A/2 in terms of angle A of trigonometric functions.Derive formulae like tan-1 x + tan-1 y = tan-1 ((x+y)/(1xy))etc. Solve simple problems on compound angles.0 Multiple and Sub multiple Angles 5.with examples. tan A/2 and cot A/2 in terms of semiperimeter and sides a. Give various formulae for the area of a triangle.2 7. Explain what is meant by solving a triangle.1 5.0 Trigonometric Equations 8.4.2 Explain what is meant by the solution of trigonometric equations. simple examples.. sin750.0 Transformations 6. Derive identities like sin(A+B) sin(A-B) = sin2 A –sin2 B etc.examples on these formulae.1 4. (ii) two sides and an included angles.2 9.0 Inverse Trigonometric Functions 7. State various properties of inverse trigonometric functions and identities like sin1 x+cos-1 x = π/2 etc.1 6. 9. cos750. solve a triangle given (i) three sides. (iii) two sides and an opposite angle-case of two solutions and (iv) one side and two angles. tan(A±B) and cot(A±B). Define inverses of six trigonometric functions along with their domains and ranges. 7.3 8.

2 Find the Equation of a Conic.(Derivation of general Equations not necessary)-Simple examples only. vertex and directrixexamples 14. 13. directrix. powers. perpendicular distance from a point to a line.3 Define amplitude of a complex number and give the modulus-amplitude (polar) form .0 Elements of Conics 13. explain the slope. given its focus.1.illustrative examples on all the above.1 Derive the standard equation of a parabola with vertex at origin and one of the coordinate axes as its axis (four forms) and also the standard forms with translation of axes (shifting of origin.1 11. explain the terms focus. Translation of axes and Straight lines 11. 12. 12. 10. 14.3 To find the equation of a parabola given any two of focus. 10.t. 13.0 Circles 12.2 Explain the concepts of locus of a point. Define the pole and polar of a circle and find the pole of a line and polar of a point w.4 To find the equation of a parabola passing through 3 given points.0 Ellipse 27 . 14. Define a conic. Provide equations of a straight line in various forms. 14.4 State DeMoivre’s Theorem (proof not necessary) and its applications to complex numbers eg. angle between two lines. point of intersection of lines. provide examples. 12. explain how to reduce it to standard form and find its vertex. focus. provide circle equation given (i) center and radius.3 Problems on finding the equation of circle passing through three given points.k) and axis parallel to one of the coordinate axes). Unit-IV Coordinate Geometry 11. shifting of origin(translation of axes) with illustrative examples.1 Define a circle. axis. (ii) given two ends of a diameter with examples. axes and latus rectum of a conic. eccentricity.0 Parabola 14.5 Applications of parabola to practical problems.2 State the general equation of a circle and explain the procedure to find the centre. vertex at (h. 15.1 Give the definition of a complex number.2 Given the equation of parabola.2 Define the arithmetic operations on Complex numbers with examples. distance between two parallel lines. 14.10.0 Locus. its modulus and Conjugate of a complex number and their properties.-illustrative examples. eccentricity and directrix. 12. directrix. Finding the roots.4 Define the tangent and normal at a point on the circle and problems relating to finding their equations (Derivation of general Equations not necessary. 10. latus rectum etc.Exponential (Euler )form of a complex number . simplifications of a complex number with illustrative examples.). radius from it with examples. a circle.r.

latera recta for an ellipse in standard form and Their length and prove that sum of focal distances from any point on the ellipse is equal to length of major axis-solve problems.0 Three Dimensional Geometry 17. 17. Types of ellipse with (i) center at origin. 16. 15. define rectangular and conjugate hyperbola. x → a α x + β x + γ x →∞ g ( x ) 18. Define the direction cosines and direction ratios of a line. coordinate axes as axes and (ii) center at (h. vertices.3 Explain the concept of continuity of a function at a point and in an interval. Mention the Standard 1 n n x x x −a Sinx Tanx a − 1 e − 1 lim .1 Explain the concept of limit and meaning of lim f ( x) = l and State the properties x →a 18. plane passing through a given point and perpendicular to a line whose direction ratios are given-angle between two planes -simple illustrative examples and problems Unit-V Differential Calculus 18. Some examples whether a given function is continuous or not can be mentioned.1 17.2 Mention the properties of hyperbola with examples. (1 + x) x as x → o and x →a x − a x x x x x limits 1 also lim 1 + (All without proofs) with illustrative examples applying the above x →∞ x and ax 2 + bx + c f ( x) also evaluate the limits of the type lim 2 .2 17. 15. axes. State the general equation of a plane. latera recta and the length of latus rectum given equation of a hyperbola in standard form. State the formulae to find the centroid of a triangle and the tetrahedron with simple examples.2 of limits .0 Methods of differentiation 28 . .3 17. (ii) asymptotes.0 Limit and Continuity 18. .4 To find the centre. its intercept form.4 Applications of ellipse to practical problems-simple cases.3 To find the equation of a hyperbola given its (i) focus. angle between two lines with Illustrative examples.1 Derive the standard equation of an ellipse . 16.15. 16.6 Explain the three dimensional coordinate system. lim .k) and axes parallel to coordinate axes.5 17. . Find the foci. 19. axes. Explain the distance between two points with problems. explain different forms.4 17. foci. vertices. directrices.1 Derive the standard equation of hyperbola. directrices. Explain the ratio formula with examples. 16. . 15.2.0 Hyperbola 16.centere.3 To find the equation of an ellipse (i) given focus. directrix and eccentricity. eccentricity and equation of directrix and (ii) in standard form and passing through two given points.

21. Explain the method of differentiation of a function of a function (Chain rule) with illustrative examples such as i) 2t2 + 3/√ t ii) x2 sin2x iii) x/√ x2+1 iv) log [sin (cos x)].11 State the concept of derivative of a function y = f(x) –definition. 20.1 Explain the derivative as a rate of change in distance-time relations to find the velocity and acceleration of a moving particle with examples. Find the derivatives of elementary functions like xn.Cosx.0 Physical Applications of Derivatives 21. Unit-VI Applications of the Derivative 20. Define the lengths of tangent. Explain the definition of Homogenous function of degree n and Statement of Euler’s Theorem for Homogeneous functions with applications to simple problems. State the rules of differentiation of Sum. Sinx. ax. sub-tangent and sub normal at any point on the curve y=f(x) – Provide formulae and examples.4 19.19.10 19.8. 20.3. partial derivatives and difference between the ordinary and partial derivatives with simple illustrative examples. Explain the concept of functions of several variables. Explain the concept of successive differentiation –derivatives of second and higher order-examples.Logx . Difference Scalar multiplication.1 19.2.1 29 .0 Geometrical Applications of Derivatives State the geometrical meaning of the derivative as the slope of the tangent to the curve y=f(x) at any point on the curve. Find the derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric functions and examples using the Trigonometric transformations. 20. Explain the procedure of differentiating of hyperbolic and implicit functions with examples. 20. Tanx. Secx.4 Explain the concept of angle between two curves and procedure for finding the angle between two given curves with illustrative examples. first principle as f ( x + h) − f ( x ) lim and also use the appropriate standard notations to denote the h →0 h derivative of a function. Explain the method of differentiation of a function with respect to another function and also Differentiation of Parametric functions with illustrative examples.5 19.9. To find the tangent and normal to the curve y=f(x) at any point on the curve using the slope found using the derivative. Mention the significance of derivative in scientific and engineering applications.3 19.7 19. Explain the need of taking logarithms for differentiating some functions with illustrative examples like [f(x)] g(x).ex. normal.2 19.6 19. 19. Product and Quotient of functions with illustrative and simple examples .Cosecx and Cotx using the first principles and also find the derivatives of simple functions from the first principle . 19.

2 COURSE CONTENT UNIT – I 1. Variation-examples-Literal values-examples. UNIT-II 2.Elementary theory of equationsexamples-Surds. 23.2 22.1 Use the definition of derivative to find the approximate values of a function of single variable and to find the errors in dependent or independent variables as the case may be-appropriate applications.Matrices: Matrices of 3rd order: Definition of a matrix-types of matrices-examples-algebra of matrices-Transpose of a matrix-Symmetric. hyperbolic functions and their series—Elementary combinatorial concepts -examples -Binomial expansionexamples -Vulgar fractions – examples. 3.1 Define the concept of increasing and decreasing functions.examples-Logarithms. Solve problems on maxima and minima in applications like finding areas. Provide simple examples with functions of one variable. Bridging of fundamentals in mathematics: Bracket operations-examples-Ratio and Proportion.Literal coefficients-examples-Identities-examples with forward and backward applications-Polynomials-examples-Rational functions-examplesHomogenous expressions-examples-Symmetrical expressions-examplesFunctional notation-Exponential.2 Explain the derivative as a rate measurer in the problems where the quantities like volumes areas vary with respect time. logarithmic. skew symmetric matrices-Minor.examples-System of linear equations in 3 variables-Solutions by Cramers’s rule.3 23. Explain the procedure to find the extreme values (maxima or minima) of a function of single variable-simple problems yielding maxima and minima. Provide formulae for relative error and percentage error in evaluating the dependent variable given the corresponding errors in independent variable. 22. Explain the conditions to find points where the given function is increasing or decreasing with illustrative examples.0. f(x) 30 . volumes etc. cofactor of an element-Determinant of a square matrix-Laplace’s expansionsingular and non singular matrices-Adjoint and multiplicative inverse of a square matrix. Matrix inversion method-examples-Elementary row and column operations on matrices and determinants-Gauss-Jordan method to solve a system of equations.0 Derivatives to find extreme values 22. Partial Fractions : Procedure for resolving rational functions of the types mentioned below in to into partial fractions. . Derivatives to find Errors and Approximations 23.illustrative examples. 22.examples.examples-Trigonometric ratiosexamples-Basic concepts of coordinate geometry.21.

cot(A±B). tan(A±B). and related identities with problems.sine rule. Exponential form(Euler) form of a complex numberProblems.3A and submultiple angle A/2 . cosine rule. 12 Circle-definition-Circle equation given center and radius. tangent rule and projection rule-area of a trianglesolving a triangle. directrix and eccentricity-finding the equation of a conic given focus. tan x =k. change of axes.problems. perpendicular distance from a point. Multiple and sub multiple angles-trigonometric ratios of multiple angles 2A. principal value and general solution of trigonometric equations : sin x =k . Modulus and conjugate of a complex number.relation between sides and angles of a triangle. normal.circle equation with given diameter-general equation-finding center.Amplitue (polar) form . Complex Numbers : Definition of a complex number. equations involving multiple angles and usage of transformations. directrix and eccentricity 31 . domains and ranges-basic propertiesproblems. cos(A±B).DeMoivre’s Theorem and its applications in complex numbers. pole and polar of a circle. Transformations of products into sums or differences and vice versa-simple problems Inverse trigonometric functions-definition. Properties and solutions of triangles. distance between parallel lines-examples. cos x= k.various forms of straight lines – angle between lines.concept of a solution.i) (x+a)(x+b)(x+c) f(x) ii) (x+a)2(x+b)(x+c) f(x) iii) (x2+a)(x+b) f(x) iv) (x+a)(x2+b)2 UNIT –III Trigonometry 4 5 6 7 8 Compound angles-Formulas of Sin(A±B).problems. 13 Definition of a conic. Modulus.Simple problems. radius-tangent.problems. – Solutions of simple quadratic equations. 9 10 UNIT-IV Coordinate geometry 11 Concepts of locus.focus. Trigonometric equations. Arithmetic operations on complex numbers.

of a parabolasimple applicationsEllipse. Concept of Derivative. Chain rule.simple problems Three dimensional geometry: Coordinate system-distance between two pointsratio formula-direction cosines and ratios of a line.Standard forms.simple application problems.examples-.finding foci. UNIT-V Differential Calculus 18 19 Concept of Limit.Simple Problems-Continuity of a function at a point. directrix etc.Definition(first Principle). directrices etc. Product. 32 . Derivative of a function with respect to another function. Hyperbola.finding foci. of a hyperbolaproperties of hyperbola. Logarthmic Differentiation –problems in each case.Standard forms.Standard forms. vertices.different notations-Derivatives of elementary functions.Properties of Limits and Standard Limits . Derivatives of Sum.problems.problems.finding focus.Definition. vertex.Scalar multiplication of functions.Successive differentiation.Partial differentiation. Derivative of parametric equations.14 15 16 17 Parabola. Derivative of hyperbolic. derivatives of Inverse Trigonometric functions. vertices. of an ellipseproperties of ellipse.Quotient. Implicit functions Functions.Simple Examples only. directrices etc. Euler’s Theorem-simple problems.angle between two linescentroid of a triangle and tetrahedron-simple equation of a plane-general formangle between planes.

Angle between the curves.Sairam and others – UNI-TECH SERIES.UNIT-VI Applications of the Derivative: 20 Geometrical meaning of the derivative. (7) Trigonometry By S. (3) A Text book of intermediate Mathematics –I & II by Telugu Academy.problems. 21 Physical applications of the derivative –velocity. 23 Applications of derivative in finding errors and approximations of functions and simple problems. REFERENCE: (1) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by G.equations of Tangentand normal to acurve at any point.L Loney 33 . The lengths of Tangent. derivative as a rate Measure –Problems. finding the maxima and minima of simple functions problems leading to applications of maxima and minima. acceleration.J. (4) Differential Calculus by ManicavachagomPillai (5) Elementary Algebra by Hall & Knight. 22 Applications of the derivative to find the extreme values – Increasing and decreasing functions. and others – FALCON publishers (2) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by Dr.Srinagesh. (6) Text book of Engineering Mathematics –I by Radiant publishers. Normal. Subtangent and Subnormal to the curve at any point .

14 1.11 1.13 1.9 1. Sound 9.7 1.5 1.3 1. units State advantages of SI units Define Dimensions and Dimensional formulae Derive dimensional formulae of physical quantities List dimensional constants and dimensionless quantities State the principle of Homogeneity of Dimensions Explain the applications of Dimensional Analysis with examples State the limitations of dimensional analysis Solve problems ELEMENTS OF VECTORS 34 Weightage of Marks 03 13 13 03 10 13 13 13 13 13 03 110 Short Answer Type 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 Essay Type 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.I. Power and Energy 6. Simple Harmonic Motion 7. fundamental physical quantities and derived physical quantities Define unit Define fundamental units and derived units State SI units with symbols State Multiples and submultiples in SI system Rules of writing S.0 UNITS AND DIMENSIONS Introduction to units Define Physical quantity.12 1.10 1. Kinematics 4.8 1. Units and Dimensions 2. Elements of Vectors 3.1 1. of Periods 08 10 13 08 10 11 13 11 14 14 08 Total: OBJECTIVES 1. Heat & Thermodynamics 8.ENGINEERING PHYSICS Subject Title Subject Code Periods per week Total periods per year : : : : Engineering Physics M-103 04 120 TIME SCHEDULE S. Work.4 1.6 1. Friction 5.0 1.N o Major Topics No.2 1. Modern Physics 120 8 . Properties of matter 10 Electricity & magnetism 11.15 2.

11 3. time of descent.12 Introduction to Vectors Define Scalar and Vector quantities Give examples for scalar and vector quantities Represent vectors graphically Types of Vectors (Proper Vector. Unit Vector.10 2.4 2. Equal Vectors.8 3. time of flight and Horizontal Range of a projectile.6 3.13 2.6 2. Like Vectors.17 2. time of ascent.10 3.0 3.9 2. k ) Resolution of vectors Resultant of the vectors by component method State parallelogram law of vectors and illustrations Derive formula for resultant ( Magnitude and direction ) State and Explain triangle law of vectors State and Explain polygon law of vectors Define Dot product of two vectors with examples ( Work done.14 2.5 2. Null Vector.1 2. Solve problems KINEMATICS Recapitulation of equations of motion in a straight line Define acceleration due to gravity Derive expressions for Maximum Height.2 2. Explain addition and subtraction of vectors Represent a vector in space using unit vectors ( I.12 2.11 2.15 2.3 2.7 2.9 3.Linear velocity) Mention the properties of Cross product.5 3.1 3. Co-planar Vectors and Position Vector).16 2.18 3. Co-Initial Vectors. j.8 2.7 3.2 3.E ) Mention the properties of Dot product Define Cross products of two vectors with example (Torque .3 3. time of flight and velocity on reaching the point of projection Derivation for height of a tower when a body projected vertically upwards from the top Define projectile motion with examples Explain Horizontal projection Derivation for the path of a horizontal projectile Explain oblique projection Derivation for the path of a oblique projectile Derive formulae for maximum height.4 3. maximum range in oblique projection Derive formula for magnitude and direction of resultant velocity in oblique projection Solve problems 35 .2. Gravitational P. Negative Vector.

5.0 4.17 Solve problems 6.16 4.16 Define conventional and non conventional energy sources with examples 5.4 6.4. M State the conditions of S.8 5.9 5.2 6.7 6.14 FRICTION Introduction to friction Examples of friction in daily life Definition of friction Types of friction Concept of Normal reaction State laws of static friction State laws of kinetic friction Define coefficients of friction Angle of friction w.0 6. with examples Define kinetic energy Derive the expression for kinetic energy. M Give examples of S.12 5.8 4.13 4. rough horizontal surface Derivations for displacement and time taken to come to rest over a rough horizontal surface and work done by frictional force Define Angle of repose Explain Motion of a body on a rough inclined planes Derive expressions for acceleration of a body on a rough inclined plane (UP &DOWN) Derive expressions for acceleration of a body on a smooth inclined plane (UP &DOWN) List the Advantages and Disadvantages of friction Mention the methods of minimizing friction Solve problems WORK.13 5.5 4.9 4. dimensional formula for work Explain the concept of power Define power State SI units.1 4.10 5.1 6.4 4. H.15 4.8 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION Define S.t.10 4.6 4.15 Law of conservation of energy in the case of simple pendulum-theory only 5.7 5.5 5.2 5.11 5.6 6.3 4.14 4.3 6. dimensional formula for power Define energy State SI units.3 5.7 4.12 4.11 4.2 4. H.4 5.17 5.0. dimensional formula for energy Define potential energy Derive the expression for Potential energy.1 5.6 5. POWER AND ENERGY Define work State SI units. H.5 6. with examples Work Energy theorem Relation between Kinetic energy and momentum State the law of conservation of energy and verify in the case of freely falling body 5.r. M Derive the equation for S H M as projection of particle executing uniform circular motion Derive expression for displacement Derive expression for velocity Derive expression for acceleration Derive expression for period and frequency of S H M 36 .

19 8.14 7. Seconds pendulum Solve problems HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS Introduction to expansion of gases Explain Boyle’ s law Experimental verification of Boyle’s law Explain absolute scale of temperature State Charles laws Derive ideal gas equation Define gas constant and Universal gas constant Explain why universal gas constant is same for all gases State SI unit and value of universal gas constant State the gas equation in terms of density Differences between r and R Concept of internal energy Definition of external work Calculate external work done by a gas Explain Isothermal process and Adiabatic process State laws of thermodynamics Define specific heats & molar specific heats of a gas Derive relation Cp-Cv = R Solve problems SOUND Introduction to sound Distinguish between musical sound and noise Explain noise pollution and state SI unit for noise Explain causes of noise pollution Explain effects of noise pollution Explain methods of minimizing noise pollution Explain the phenomenon of beats Explain the applications of beats Explain Doppler effect Derive formula for apparent frequency – (i) Source in Motion and observer at rest (ii) Observer in motion and source at rest Applications of Doppler effect Explain reverberation and reverberation time Write Sabine’s formula Explain echoes Solve problems PROPERTIES OF MATTER Introduction to Elasticity Definitions of Stress and strain.2 9.9 8.4 7.7 8.15 9.3 9.11 6.15 7.10 6.0 7.13 7.14 8.9 6.10 7.12 6.6 7.18 7.3 7.7 7.3 8.12 7.6 8.13 8.1 8.4 8.1 7.12 8.6.16 7. their units and dimensional formulae Statement of Hooke’s law Types of Stress Types of strain Types of moduli of elasticity 37 .5 7.10 8.11 7.1 9.11 8.6 Define phase of S H M Derive expression for period of simple pendulum Experiment for determination of acceleration due to gravity using simple pendulum.8 8.0 9.13 7.5 9.4 9.17 7.8 7.2 7.5 8.2 8.0 8.9 7.

38 .9 9.17 Definition of Surface Tension and examples Explanation to Surface Tension with reference to molecular theory Definitions of angle of contact and capillarity State formula for Surface Tension based on capillarity Experimental determination of surface tension by capillarity method Concept of Viscosity.15 Applications of superconductors COURSE CONTENTS 1. Effect of temperature on viscosity of liquids and gases State Poiseulle’s equation for coefficient of viscosity Experimental determination of coefficient of viscosity Solve problems 10.1 Introduction to Electricity 10.0 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM 10.5 Wheatstone’s bridge 10. unitsAdvantages of SI units – Dimensions and Dimensional formulae.13 Derivation for Magnetic induction field strength at a point on the axial line 10.3 Definitions of specific resistance.2 Einstein ‘s photoelectric equation 11. UNITS AND DIMENSIONS: Introduction – Physical quantity – Fundamental and Derived quantities – Fundamental and Derived units.4 Working of photoelectric cell 11.I.Advantages and limitations of Dimensional analysis.11 Magnetic induction field strength-units and dimensions 10.7 Critical angle 11.9 Coulomb’s inverse square law of magnetism 10.15 Solve problems 11.5 Applications of photoelectric effect 11.7 9.7 Experimental determination of specific resistance using Meter Bridge 10.6 Recapitulation of refraction of light and its laws 11.Dimensional constants and Dimensionless quantities.11 9.11 List the applications of Optical Fiber 11.1 Explain Photo-electric effect 11.9.SI units –Multiples and Sub multiples – Rules for writing S.12 9.4 Statements of Kichoff’s laws and explanation 10.14 Properties of Superconductors 11.0 MODERN PHYSICS 11.10 Mention types of optical fibbers 11.8 Introduction to magnetism 10.13 Examples of superconducting materials 11.Problems.Principle of Homogeneity.10 9.14 Derivation for Magnetic induction field strength at a point on the equatorial line 10.16 9.12 Definition of super conductor and superconductivity\ 11.6 Meter bridge 10.8 Total Internal Reflection 11.12 Moment of couple on a bar magnet placed in a uniform magnetic field 10.10 Defition of magnetic field and magnetic lines of force 10.8 9.15 9..13 9.9 Explain the principle and working of Optical Fiber 11. conductance and their units 10.14 9.2 Ohm’s law and explanation 10.3 State laws of photoelectric effect 11. definition and examples Newton’s formula for Viscous force and definition of coefficient of Viscosity.

Nature of sound. HEAT AND THERMODYNAMICS: Expansion of Gases.Time period of a simple pendulum. time of flight.Definition.Examples. POWER AND ENERGY: Work. SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION: Introduction. Power and Energy.Laws of thermodynamics.Wheatstone’s bridgeMeter bridge.Coulomb’s inverse square law .Types of friction.Boyle’s law-Experiment of Boyle’s law.Newton’s formula for viscosity.Musical sound and noise.magnetic lines of force39 .Conventional and Non conventional energy sources-Problems 6.Introduction to Surface Tension.Experimental determination of viscosity by Poiseuille’s method.Specific resistance.Problems 10.Isothermal and adiabatic processes.Addition of vectors.Advantages and disadvantages of friction. ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM: Ohm’s law and explanation.Hooke’s law.Effects of temperature and impurities.magnetic field.Types of Stress and StrainTypes of moduli of elasticity.Conditions of SHM.Angle of reposeAngle of friction-.Charles laws.Doppler effect. ELEMENTS OF VECTORS: Scalars and Vectors –Types of vectors. WORK.Echo.potential energy-kinetic energyDerivations of Potential and Kinetic energies-K.Expressions for maximum height. PROPERTIES OF MATTER: Introduction to Elasticity. frequency and phase in SHM.Definition and examplesMolecular theory.Equations of motion for a freely falling body and for a body thrown up vertically.Ideal gas equation.Expressions for displacement. Triangle and Polygon laws of vectors– Dot and Cross products of vectors-Problems 3.Kirchoff’s laws.Problems 7.Concept of acceleration due to gravity.ReverberationReverberation time-Sabine ‘s formula.Introduction to Viscosity.Experimental determination of acceleration due to gravity-seconds pendulum.Internal energy-External work done by a gas.Definitions and explanation.Universal gas constant-Differences between r and R.Beats.Definition and examples.problems 4.Effect of temperature.Methods of reducing friction – Problems 5. FRICTION: Introduction to friction.Parallelogram.Motion of a body over a horizontal surface.Relation between Cp and Cv.E and Momentum relation . acceleration.Stress and Strain. KINEMATICS: Introduction.WorkEnergy theorem.Angle of contact and capillarity.Problems 8. Time period.Noise pollution – Causes & effectsMethods of reducing noise pollution.2.Experimental determination of surface tension by capillary method.Problems 9.Horizontal and Oblique projections. velocity.Conservation law of energy.Representation of vectorsResolution of vectors .Absolute scale of temperature. SOUND: Sound.Causes.Two specific heats of a gas.Projectiles.Laws of friction.smooth inclined planerough inclined plane. range and resultant velocity.

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ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY & ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (Common Subject) Subject Title Subject Code Periods per week Total periods per year : : : : Engineering Chemistry & Environmental studies M-104 04 120 TIME SCHEDULE S.11 Salient features of modern periodic Table (Periods & Groups) 41 .9 Understand electronic configuration of elements (up to element atomic number 30) Periodic Table 1. 3.3 Postulates of BOHR’S atomic theory and its limitations 1.10 State modern periodic law 1. 5.6 Define Orbital 1. 1. of Essay Questions 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 1 1 1 08 OBJECTIVES: After the completion of the study of these units the student should be able to comprehend the following I.0 Fundamentals of Chemistry Atomic Structure: 1. of Short Periods of Marks Questions ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 18 10 10 10 12 09 13 12 08 18 120 16 08 08 10 13 10 13 13 03 16 110 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 10 No. FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY SOLUTIONS ACIDS AND BASES PRINCIPLES OF METALLURGY ELECTROCHEMISTRY CORROSION WATER TECHNOLOGY POLYMERS FUELS ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Total Major Topic No.1 Fundamental particles of an atom 1.4 Briefly explain Quantum numbers 1. 2. p and d Orbitals 1. 6. 1. 9.5 Define and explain Aufbau principle.8 Distinguish between Orbit and Orbital 1. 8.2 Understand the concept of atomic number and mass number 1. Hund’s rule and Pauli’s exclusion principle.7 Draw the shapes of s.No I. ENGINEERINGCHEMISTRY 1. 4. of Weightage No. 7. II.

19 Chemical bonding Introduction Postulates of Electronic theory of valency Types of Chemical bonds Define ionic bond and explain ionic bond formation in NaCl and MgO Properties of Ionic compounds Define covalent bond and explain Covalent bond in H2.2 3.22 2.1 5. O2 and N2 using Lewis dot method.2 4. Smelting Purification of Metals – Electrolytic Refining Define an Alloy Composition and uses of following Alloys: Brass.1.21 1.16 1.4 3.4 2.3 3.7 . Gangue.13 1.20 1.6 2.18 1. Electrolyte and Non – electrolyte Explain Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation Define and explain electrolysis by taking example fused NaCl Explain Faraday’s laws of electrolysis Define chemical equivalent and electrochemical equivalent Numerical problems based on Faraday’s laws of electrolysis Define Galvanic cell and explain its construction 42 1.1 3.5 5.3 2.3 4.14 1.4 5.2 2. 0 4. Mineral. Molarity and Normality Acids and bases Explain Arrhenius theory of Acids and Bases and its limitations Explain Bronsted – Lowry theory of acids bases and its limitations Explain Lewis theory of acids and bases and its limitations Explain Ionic product of water Define pH and explain Sorenson scale Numerical problems on pH (Strong Acids and Bases) Define buffer solution with examples Applications of buffer solutions Principles of Metallurgy Characteristics of Metals Distinction between Metals and Non Metals Definitions of Metallurgy.1 2.6 4.7 4.6 3.12 1. Froth Floatation Extraction of crude metal – Roasting. Calcination.15 1.8 5.7 3. bases and salts Numerical problems on Mole.0 3.4 4.5 4. Flux and Slag Methods of concentration of ore – Hand picking.3 5.1 4.0 2. Properties of Covalent compounds Explain Metallic bond Oxidation-Reduction: Definition of Oxidation and Reduction Definition of Oxidation Number and its calculations Difference between Oxidation Number and Valency Solutions Define Solution.2 5.5 2. German silver.7 4. Ore. Nichrome Electrochemistry Define conductor Insulator.1 3.0 5.17 1. solute and solvent Types of solutions Define mole and understand Mole concept Define and explain Molarity Define and explain Normality Define and explain equivalent weight using acids.6 5.5 3. Levigation.

4 8.1 Sources of water 7.6 Explain the methods of softening of hard water: a) permutit process b) ionExchange process 7.6 6.4 cells 6. 0 Water Technology 7.9 8.5 6.14 8.2 Polymers Basic concepts of polymerisation Describe the methods of polymerisation a) addition polymerisation of Ethylene b) condensation polymerisation of phenol and formaldehyde (Only flow chart i.12 8.Teflon 4.11 8.9 Explain Osmosis and Reverse Osmosis. Polystyrene 5.10 5.7 8.3 8.3 Understand temporary and permanent hardness and the compounds causing hardness (with Formulae) 7.7 Distinguish between electrolytic cell and galvanic cell Understand the standard electrode potentials Understand electrochemical series and its significance Understand emf of a cell Numerical problems on emf of cell Corrosion Define corrosion Factors influencing the rate of corrosion Understand the concept of electrochemical theory of corrosion Describe the formation of a) composition cells b) stress cells c) concentration Understand rusting of iron Explain the mechanism of rusting of iron Explain the methods of prevention of corrosion a) protective coatings b) cathodic protection (Sacrificial anode process and Impressed – voltage process) 7. Polythene 2. PVC 3.e.9 5.1 6.5.5 Define Degree of hardness.8 8.13 8.4 State the disadvantages of using hard water in industries 7.15 8.11 5.1 6.0 8.1 8.8 5.6 8.2 6. Methods of preparation and uses of the following plastics: 1. units of hardness (ppm) 7.16 8.7 Know the essential qualities of drinking water 7. Urea formaldehyde Know the term natural rubber State the structural formula of Natural rubber Explain the processing of Natural rubber from Latex Characteristics of natural rubber Explain the process of Vulcanization Characteristics of Vulcanized rubber State the term Elastomer Describe the preparation and uses of the following synthetic rubbers a) Buna-s b) Neoprene rubber 43 8. 7.2 Define soft and hard water 7.12 6.8 Describe the method of municipal treatment of water for drinking purpose.5 8.17 .3 6. Advantages of Reverse Osmosis 8. without chemical equations) Define the term plastic Classification of plastics with examples Distinguish between thermo and thermosetting plastics Characteristics of plastics Advantages of plastics over traditional materials Disadvantages of using plastics.10 8.

13 Understand the methods of control of water pollution 1. dissolved oxygen.4 9. hydrosphere.0 9.2 Define terms environment and environmental studies.11 Explain the causes of water pollution 1. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES 1.primary and secondary fuels Understand characteristics of good fuel Extraction and Refining of Petroleum State the composition and uses of gaseous fuels: a) water gas b) producer gas c) natural gas d) coal gas e) Bio gas f) acetylene II.5 1. COD Define air pollution Classification of air pollutants.based on origin and state of matter State and explain the causes of air pollution Explain the use and over exploitation of forest resources and deforestation 1.15 Define an Ecosystem 1.3 1. atmosphere.10 Define water pollution 1. Threshold limit value.6 1.17 Define biodiversity and threats to biodiversity 44 . BOD. and based on occurrence.1 9.4 1.16 Define producers. pollution. Understand the use of alternate energy sources 1. particulates. biotic component.2 9. consumers and decomposers with examples.12 Explain the effects of water pollution on living and non living things 1.1 1.9.9 Understand the methods of control of air pollution 1.7 Explain the effects of air pollution on human beings. energy component.14 knows growing energy needs renewable and non-renewable energy sources. explain the scope and importance of environmental studies Understand the terms – lithosphere.ozone layer depletion and acid rain 1. contaminant receptor . biosphere.5 Fuels Define the term fuel Classification of fuels based on physical state – solid . pollutant.sink. liquid and gaseous fuels. 1.8 Explain the green house effect.3 9. plants and animals 1.

salient features of Modern Periodic Table Chemical Bonding: Introduction – types of chemical bonds – Ionic and covalent bond with examples – Properties of Ionic and Covalent compounds – Metallic bond Oxidation-Reduction: Concepts of Oxidation-Reduction.Arrhenius theory of electrolytic dissociation – electrolysis – Faraday’s laws of electrolysis. Acids and Bases Introduction – theories of acids and bases and limitations – Arrhenius theoryBronsted –Lowry theory – Lewis acid base theory – Ionic product of water . Electrochemistry Conductors. Oxidation Number -calculations. Corrosion Introduction . Levigation.Aufbau principle . Molarity.Pauli’s exclusion PrincipleOrbitals. Calcination. Fundamentals of Chemistry Atomic Structure: Introduction . stress and concentration cells– rusting of iron and its mechanism – prevention of corrosion by coating methods. Principles of Metallurgy Characteristics of Metals and distinctions between Metals and Non Metals.Hand’s rule .factors influencing corrosion . differences between Oxidation Number and Valency 2. Froth floatation – Extraction of crude Metal – Roasting. Molarity and Normality 3.advantages of Reverse osmosis 7. electrolytes . Numerical problems on Mole.numerical problems – Galvanic cell – standard electrode potential – electro chemical series –emf and numerical problems on emf of a cell 6. shapes of s. Slag . Solutions Introduction-concentration methods – Mole concept. cathodic protection 45 . German silver and Nichrome 5. Gangue. Metallurgy. 4. ore. insulators.Concentration of Ore –Hand picking.composition.COURSE CONTENTS I ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 1. Smelting – Alloys – Composition and uses of Brass.electrochemical theory of corrosion . Reverse Osmosis .Electronic configurations of elements Periodic Table: Modern Periodic Law. Equivalent weights. p and d orbitals . Water technology Introduction –soft and hard water – causes of hardness – types of hardness – disadvantages of hard water – degree of hardness (ppm) – softening methods – permutit process – ion exchange process – numerical problems related to degree of hardness – drinking water – municipal treatment of water for drinking purpose – Osmosis.PH and related numerical problems – buffer solutions –Applications. Flux. Normality.Fundamental particles – Bohr’s theory – Quantum numbers .

9. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1 & 2 4. V. consumers and decomposers – Biodiversity. Fuels Definition and classification of fuels – characteristics of good fuel . green house effect –ozone depletion – control of air pollution – Water pollution – causes – effects – control measures. Engineering Chemistry 9. Venkatanarayana 46 .causes-Effects – forest resources : uses and over exploitation. deforestation.P. renewable and non renewable energy sources – Concept of ecosystem. Urea formaldehyde – Rubber – Natural rubber – processing from latex –Vulcanization – Elastomers – Bunas. Neoprene rubber and their uses. condensation with examples – plastics – types of plastics – advantages of plastics over traditional materials – Disadvantages of using plastics – preparation and uses of the following plastics: 1. Polytehene 2. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1& 2 2. De Dr.N. Chemistry & Env. Engineering Chemistry 6.Agarwal.8. Engineering Chemistry 5. Environmental chemistry 10. Teflon 4. PVC 3.Extraction and Refining of petroleum .composition and uses of gaseous fuels. M. Intermediate Chemistry Vol 1& 2 3. Studies Telugu Academy Vikram Publishers Vignan Publishers & Deepthi publishers Jain and Jain O. ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Introduction – environment –scope and importance of environmental studies important terms – air pollution . Reference books 1.Raju. Polystyrene 5.Engg. definition and threats to Biodiversity. Hi-Tech.Subrahmanyam Sharma A. Engineering Chemistry 7. acid rain.S. II. G.K. producers. Hi-Tech. Polymers Introduction – polymerization – types of polymerization – addition. etc. Applied Chemistry 8.

of Periods Weightage of marks 03 13 13 13 13 19 13 10 13 110 Short Answer Questions 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 10 Essay type Questions 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08 1.2. List the various Workshop processes and explain briefly about each. 3.1. 3. 1. OBJECTIVES On completion of the study of the subject a student will be able to comprehend the following 1. 2. Mortise and Tenon Joint. Fitting 3. To distinguish between marking and measuring tools. 5. To identify various carpentry tools. 4.5.3. 04 20 20 20 20 20 18 10 18 150 2. 2. To identify cutting tools. 3. 2. 3. planning and chiselling. Cutting Tools and measuring Tools. To explain a few wood working processes viz.1. To identify work holding devices. Its introduction (a) Carpentry (b) Fitting (c) Forging (d) Sheet Metal Foundry Drilling Sawing Mechanical Working of Metals Total No. To describe the use of Carpentry joints such as lap.4. sawing..3. 47 .4.2. Carpentry 2. 2.WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods Per Year : : : : Workshop Technology M . 3. To distinguish between marking Tools. 2. dovetail Joint.105 05 150 TIME SCHEDULE S. No Major Topics Basic Workshop tools & operation. To identify various fitting tools.1.2. To identify work holding devices in fitting. State the importance of workshop processes. Basic Workshop Tools and Operation 1.

7.5.16 Describe special casting processes.14 Describe the casting processes. 5.12 State the need of cores. To identify various sheet metal joints. 4.5. 6. Identify the parts of these machines. 6.6.4.7. To identify few types of stakes.9. 7. 7.1.2. 5.9. 7.8.15 Identify the defects. 5. 4.3. grinding. Acquaints with foundry as a manufacturing Process.5. 4. 7.11 List out the various moulding process. To understand the forging press. 6. To describe few sheet metal operations such as shearing.13 List the types of cores. To describe the working principles of machine forging using forging hammers. upsetting and punching. State the advantages of casting over other Processes.1. 6. 7. 5.3. State the working principle of drill work. 7. To explain a few machine forging operations such as drawing. Write the Nomenclature of the drill bit. List the Functions of twist drill elements. To identify various tools used in black-smithy.6. 6. Forging 4. List various hand moulding tools. To explain a few fitting operations such as marking chipping.1. 6. 6. bending.6. filing. 48 . 6. 7.4. soldering & brazing. To list out equipment in a forge shop. To identify various marking tools in sheet metal work. 7. 6.4.6.2. Draw the line diagrams of the sensitive and radial drilling machines. To differentiate between riveting. 7. State the limitations of the process. Sheet Metal 5. 6. List out different types of drilling machines.4. 4. 5. Drilling 7. Describe the functions of each part. List the various types of patterns. State the types of moulding sands. 6.8. 7. Foundry 6. Write the Geometry of twist drill.3.2. To describe the important smithy operations.5. drilling and tapping. drawing and squeezing. List different operations on drilling machine. 6.10 Identify the colour codes. List the ingredients in foundry sand. 4. Specify the standard dimensions of machines.3.1. State the sequence of pattern making operation given a blue print of a pattern. 6. 4. To identify various measuring tools used in sheet metal work. 6. 6. State the properties of a good moulding Sand.10. its causes and remedies in casting. sawing. 6.5. 5.2.3.

1. Tenon or back saw. Define mechanical working of metals. bench stop. special planes and their specifications and uses. router.1. countersink bit. Classify the metal sawing machines. drill. Dovetail saw. inside calliper. Boring Tools Gimlet. 8.1 . sheet metal work. Mallet. 9. Striking tools Hammers . 9. Give saw teeth nomenclature. smoothing plane. surface finishing processes.7. Parting chisel.2. plum bob. expansive bit. forming. Carpentry Marking & measuring tools.6. 9. sash cramp (bar cramp) Gcramp.4.8. 9. wheel brace. casting. metal jack plane.uses. cold and hot working of metals. router bit. reamer their specifications & uses. 9. centre bit. pad or keyhole saw. bevel square.3. specifications & uses. 9. COURSE CONTENTS 1.0 Introduction Methods of manufacturing processes. bench hold fast. Mechanical working of Metals 9. Chisels: Firmer chisel. marking gauge. bending and squeezing. rough plane. Differentiate between hand sawing and machine sawing. spirit level.4. Beveled Edge firmer chisel. Mortise chisel. rules. basic workshop process. Copying saw. hand forging. flexible measuring rule (tape) straight edge. Illustrate the working principle of hot rolling. fourfold wooden rule. Identify various cold working processes such as rolling. Bow saw.5. metal removal processes. piercing. wing compass. outside calliper. mortise gauge. Bit-shell bit. Differentiate cold working with hot working. Briefly explain mechanical properties of metals. extrusion and drawing.. Describe the working of different saws. 8. twist bit (Auger bit). Claw hammer. Illustrate the working principle of sawing machines viz. State advantages and limitations of hot working. combination square. specifications. compass saw. Sawing 8. cutting gauge. plough plane.5. Holding devices Bench vice. 8. Ratchet brace. carpentry fitting.2. cross cut saw (Hand saw) Panel saw. Specifications & uses. Hand screw. 9. scales.Warrington hammer. Cutting Tools Saws: Ripsaw. reciprocating and band type. divider. trammel. spinning. specifications and uses. Rebate plane. machine forging. State advantages and limitations of cold working. jointing processes. marking knife. 49 1. Planes: Jack plane. spoke shave.3. inside and outside gauges. specifications & uses. 8. brace. try square.

1. specifications & uses. Triangular file. Specifications and uses. half round scrapers . Sanding machine. Dovetail Joint. knife edge file. hand vice. single ended & double ended. specifications and uses. oil stone slip. Carpentry Processes Marking. Circular saw. Dividers . Transfer Calliper sizes & uses. number punch. Checking and Measuring Instruments Checking instruments.Miscellaneous tools Rasps and files. side chisel. soft hammer. universal surface gauge. Rebating & moulding. sine bar. Grooving. cross peen. specifications and uses. Bridle Joint. angle gauge. straight peen hammers. sawing. Marking Tools Surface plate. slip gauges. Callipers: Outside & Inside callipers with firm joint.taper tap. half round chisel. Tongue & Groove Joint.solid. spring callipers Hermaphrodite (Odd leg) calliper. chiselling. cabinet screw driver. Combination Square. Saws :Hacksaw. Drill bits: Flat drill. solid frame. try square. Plane gauge. Corner Joint. Dowel Joint. Holding Devices Vice-Bench vice. specifications and uses. Carpentry joints Halving Joint. Wood planer. Band saw. pin vice. specifications and uses. feeler gauge. bevel protractor universal bevel protractor. twist drill. planning. specifications and uses. screw driver. ball peen. Dies & Sockets: Dies. Reamer: Hand reamer. straight fluted drill. adjustable . square file. glass paper. parallel shank. half round file. Mortise and Tenon Joint. box type. Allen keys.specifications and uses. scraper. specifications & uses. pipe vice. Specifications and uses. care of vices. Scrapers: Flat. telescopic 50 . round file. letter punch. spanners. plu tap and bottoming tap. grinder and their specifications and uses. specifications and uses. Hand hacksaw blades. leg-vice. Spindle sander and disc sander. oilstone. Butt Joint.flat file. Tool maker’s vice. machine reamer straight and spiral flutes specifications and uses. ratchet-screw driver. nose pliers. cutting pliers. diamond point chisel. V-block. needle file specifications uses. boring. cross cut chisel. punch prick punch. saw set. Engineer’s parallels. screw pitch gauge. scriber. pincer. sizes. power hacksaw blade. Angle plate. Wood working machines Wood working lathe (Wood turning lathe). hand file. Radius & Template gauge.2 Fitting Cutting tools Chisels: Flat chisel. adjustable spanners. Taps: Hand taps . adjustable frame. Screw & Slot Joint. belt sander. pillar file. Striking Tools Hammers: hammer-parts.Sizes & uses. centre punch. Miscellaneous Tools Screw drivers. Files: Different parts of a file and sizes & shapes .specifications & uses. triangular. tapered shank.

Sheet Metal Work (Tin smithy) Metals used for sheet metal work. screw thread micrometer specifications and uses. filing. hobbing.Need of machine forging. Vernier micrometer. Hand hammers .types.Specifications & uses. swage block. sawing. double bend. soldering iron. steam hammers. pliers (Flat nose and round nose) Grocers and rivet sets. beading. edgehem. specifications and uses. Forging press: Hydraulic press . Upsetting & Punching. Fitting Operations Chipping. hammers. oil gaseous fuels.gauges. hand and power driven blowers. bevel edged square stake. Tongs. tapping and dieing. Blow Horn stake. plate & wire gauge. thickness gauge. single seam. Sheet metal hand tools: Measuring tools . ring and plug gauges. double hem & wired edge. Hatches stake. ironing. piercing. flatters. double seam.line diagram. Squeezing: Sizing. Smith Operations: Upsetting. punch and drift sizes and uses. 51 1. welding. straight edge.3 Forging Hand forging Hand tools: Anvil.types and sizes. coal. burred bottom seam or flanged seam. 1. needle stake. Swages . vernier callipers. pneumatic hammers. snips or shears: straight snip. circumference rule. Trammel points. marking. open and stock fire fuels-charcoal. scrapping. double cutting shear. Seam joint lap seam. common formsspecifications & uses of above tools. set hammer. sledge hammers. swaging. coining.Drawing. bending. Tools used in machine forging. vernier depth gauge. vernier height gauge. fullering and flattering. Stakes: Double seaming stake. divider. notching slitting. Bending: Single bend. setting down. types of specifications & uses. Drop hammers. nibbling and trimming.4 . cutting. snap gauges specifications & uses. grinding. drawing down. embossing. punches. Hollow mandrel stake. double hem or lock seam. lancing. Drawing: Deep drawing. punching and drifting. Machine forging operations . Depth micrometer. forging parts. micrometer outside & inside.steel rule. Sheet Metal Operations Shearing: Cutting off. sheet metal gauge. Equipment: Open and closed hearth heating furnaces. squaring shear. riveting. Chisel-Hot & cold . stick micrometer. parting blanking punching. straight flange. beak horn stake. Machine Forging Introduction . scriber. dovetail seam. grooved seam. Fullers. shallow or box drawing. drilling reaming. chisels. circular shear bench & block shears. Sheet Metal Joints Hem Joint: single hem. Forging hammers: Spring hammers.

5 pattern making : Materials such as Wood. tapping. flow ability. Classification of patterns such as solid (one piece).0 Foundry. strike .2 Drill bits . adhesiveness.2 Foundry equipment.CO2 process.1 Hand sawing . their ingredients and use. brazing & spot welding. system sand.. collapsibility. 2. sprue pin bellow.Need of cores.Angles of saw .3 Metal Saw . Cast Iron. Aluminium.blades . Sequence in pattern making.8 Special casting processes : (Principles and applications only) Die Casting . backing sand.1 Type of drilling machines: sensitive & Radial and their constructional detail and specifications. counter sinking.1 Introduction : Development of foundry as a manufacturing process : Advantages and limitations of casting over other manufacturing processes. core sand. 3. reaming. Mechanical working of metals 5. 3. Brass. split patterns. 2.0 . spot facing-trepanning.Types . gate patterns and shell patterns. gang drilling. four high mill. vent rod. lifter.Centrifugal casting . 4. two piece and three pieces. 5.Saw material. dry sand. spirit level. 2. 2. rapping plate. 2. Band saws. rammers.2 Introduction to Hot working and cold working. 2.1 Brief explanation of mechanical properties of metals 5. counter boring. Hand moulding tools : Shovel. loam sand.4 Types of moulding sand : Green sand. investment casting.Geometry of twist drill . pouring weight. or lifting plate. riddle. 2.teeth set . swab gate cutter.7 Casting : green sand and dry sand moulding .3 Operations: Drilling.Terminology . parting sand. slicks. tube extrusion.3 Hot working processes Rolling: Types of rolling.Functions of drill elements. snap box & flash box. Drilling 3. Impact extrusion. two high mill. soldering. Sawing: Introduction 4.Ceramic moulding . its causes and their remedies. trowels. moulding boxes. Pattern allowances and colour codes. 2. gagger. cohesiveness and refractoriness. spinning Extrusion.0 5. Piercing or seamless tubing drawing or cupping. boring.Fastening Methods Rivetting. constructional details and specifications of the above. Plastics their uses and relative advantage.Defects in castings. mallet.off bar. indirect or backward extrusion. draw spike.Power sawing.2 Metal sawing machines: Reciprocating saws (vertical and Horizontal) saws.6 Cores . 52 3. three high mill. clamps.3 Sands : Properties of moulding sand porosity.Cement bonded moulding. 4. 2. Direct or forward extrusion. facing sand. types of cores.0 4. shell moulding .

5 5. Production Technology by Jain & Gupta Hazra Chowdary & Bhattacharya Raghuvamshi Suresh Dehela.6 Effects of hot working of metals. angle bending. 3.5. Effects of Cold working of metals. Bending: Roll forming. RB Gupta Elementary Workshop Technology by Workshop Technology Vol I & II Manufacturing Science Production Technology by by by 53 .wire drawing.4 5. tube drawing. advantages & limitations of cold working. extrusion. cold heading thread rolling. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Cold working process: Rolling: Drawing . 4. 2. 5. peening. Advantages & limitations of hot working of metals. squeezing. spinning.

Split bearing 4.WORKSHOP PRACTICE-I Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods Per Year : : : : Workshop Practice-I M – 106 06 180 The following exercises are to be completed in a year FITTING SHOP 1. 4. 8. cutting. Chamfering and tapping on a M. locked groove joint 3. Cutting of wood with hand saw. Marking and chipping on Mild – steel flat 12 mm thick. Planning of wood. Conversion of Round to Hexagon. 5. preparation two jobs using wood working lathe. 5. Marking.S. Preparation of utility articles such as dustpan. 3. 7.S. Preparation of pipe elbow 6. drilling. FOUNDRY Moulding and casting of 1. Wood turning on a lathe. Assembling of two pieces.S. Flat 12 mm thick. 2. Round. Mortise and tenon joint. Preparation of a hexagonal bolt and nut. 4. Planning and chiseling of wood. 2. 4. Flange coupling 3. Flats of 6 mm thick. Preparation of Chisel from round rod. Preparation of drawing stool. Preparation of ring and hook from M. Gear pulley 54 . Preparation of a rectangular open type tray 4. Orientation of wood grain. kerosene hand pump. Matching by filing (6 mm thick M. 3. Preparation of hollow cylinder 5. Connecting rod 5. M. 2. SHEET METAL WORK 1. Preparation of mug. 7. Formation of joints like grooved joints. 6. Conversion of Round to square. CARPENTRY SHOP 1. 3. Plate) FORGING SHOP 1. Practice on cutting of sheet 2. Cutting with hack saw. Solid bearing 2.S. Preparation of dovetail joint. V – Pulley 6. Preparation of funnel 8.

0 Understand the Importance of Engineering Drawing 1. 2. 2. 2. Planes and solids Orthographic Projection Sectional views Auxiliary views Pictorial drawing Development of surfaces Total Periods Weightage of marks 5 5 10 10 15 10 5 10 10 80 03 06 12 24 30 30 18 06 30 21 180 OBJECTIVES On completion of the study of this subject the student should be able to 1. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Short Type Questions 1 1 1 1 04 Essay Type Questions 1 1 1 1 1 1 06 Major Topics Importance of Engineering Drawing Drawing instruments Free hand lettering & Numbering Dimensioning Practice Geometrical construction Projection of points. 2.S.7 Prepare Title block as per I.6 Identify different drawing sheet sizes as per I. 2.S. 55 . 2.3 State the necessity of I. 1.4 Use correct grade of pencil for different types of lines.2 1. 2. and Standard Layouts.0 Use Engineering Drawing Instruments 2.1 State the importance of drawing as an engineering communication medium. Specifications. thickness and given function.S. Appreciate the linkages between Engineering drawing and other subjects of study in Diploma course.2 Select the correct instruments and draw small and large Circles. Code of practice for Engineering Drawing.3 Select the correct instruments for measuring distances on the drawing.5 Select and use appropriate scales for a given application.1 Select the correct instruments and draw lines of different orientation. Lines.ENGINEERING DRAWING Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods Per Year : : : : Engineering Drawing M– 107 06 180 TIME SCHEDULE S.

rectangular hyperbola involute. 4. Apply Principles of Projection of points. lines & planes 6.1 Divide a given line into desired number of equal parts internally. 4. from a number of orthographic views given.0 5. 5. Write Free Hand Lettering and Numbers 3.3 Identify notations of Dimensioning used in dimensioned drawing.1 Explain the principles of Orthographic projection with simple sketches. Understand Dimensioning Practice 4.8 3.5 Construct ellipse by concentric circles method and using a paper trammel.0 .2 Prepare an Engineering Drawing of a given simple Engineering part in first angle projection.4 Sketch the minimum number of views needed to represent a given object fully. 5. 6. 3.3 Draw the orthographic view of an object.8 Identify the departures if any made in the given dimensioned drawing with reference to SP-46-1988. 4. cycloid and helix from the given data. 4.2 Explain the projections of straight lines with respect to two reference planes.2 Define “Dimensioning”.1 Explain the projection of a point with respect to reference planes (HP & VP) 6. 3. 7.2 Write titles using vertical lettering and numerals as per B.6 Construct parabola. 7. given its pictorial drawing.3 Explain the projections of perpendicular planes.0 Identify the steps to be taken to keep the drawing clean and tidy.S. 7.3 Select suitable sizes of lettering for different layouts and applications.4 Define ellipse.0 6.0 8.6 Dimension standard features applying necessary rules. parabola hyperbola. 5. Apply principles of Orthographic Projection 7. 7.I. involute.I. cycloid.1 State the need of dimensioning the drawing according to accepted standard. and dimension the same correctly.1 Write titles using sloping lettering and numerals as per B. 4.2 Draw tangent lines and arcs. Appreciate the need of Sectional Views 8.7 Arrange dimensions in a desired method given in a drawing.7 State the applications of the above constructions in Engineering practice.4 Make the use of lettering stencils. and helix.4 Identify the system of placement of dimensions in the given dimensioned drawing.6 Supply the missing view when given two other views of an object. 4. 5. 7. 4.1 Explain the need to draw sectional views. 56 4. 5.3 Construct a Hexagon from the given data.S (Bureau of Indian standards) 3.5 Dimension a given drawing using standard notations and desired system of dimensioning.2.5 identify the object. 5.0 7. Apply Principles Of Geometric Constructions 5.

which should not be shown in section while drawing sectional views. funnel.2 8. 11. 11.5 8. Understand the importance of Engineering Drawing Explanation of the scope and objectives of the subject of Engineering Drawing its importance as a graphic communication Need for preparing drawing as per standards – SP-46 –1988 Mention of I. A-3 Size Drawing Sheets are to be used for all Drawing Practice Exercises. 10.4 Prepare Isometric projections for the given orthographic drawings. 9.2. draw their orthographic views.0 Prepare Development Drawings 11.1 State the need for commonly used type of pictorial drawings. Understand the need for Auxiliary Views 9.2 Prepare development of simple Engineering objects using parallel line and radial line method. 10. Make conventional representation of Engineering materials as per latest B.4 8.I.I. Draw the component from a given set of sectional views.5 Prepare oblique drawing cavalier. Engineering drawing Instruments 1.0 Prepare Pictorial Drawings 10. 10.8 9.S.6 Identify the correct pictorial views from a set of Orthographic drawings. revolved and removed part) for a range of simple Engineering objects.6 8.0 Select the section plane for a given component to reveal maximum information. 11. 10.1 State the need for preparing development drawing.S-Role of drawing in -engineering education Link between Engineering drawing and other subjects of study.3 State the need of isometric scale and isometric projection.2 Given the objects.8.7 8. Apply principles of hatching.1 State the need of Auxiliary views for a given Engineering Drawing. Apply conventional practices and identify the parts.S.S Latest Specification should invariably be followed in all the topics. Code. Draw simple sections (full.3 8. cabinet of simple Engineering objects from the given data. half. 9. 10.3 Prepare development of Surface of Engineering components like trays.3 Draw the auxiliary views of a given Engineering drawing. 10. 900 elbow & rectangular duct. Draw sectional view for the component in 8.2 Sketch the auxiliary views of a given Engineering component to indicate the true shape and size of component. COURSE CONTENTS NOTE I. 2.S. / B.O and B. 57 .

Classifications: Basic Tools. angles. Free hand lettering & numbering Importance of lettering – Types of lettering Guide Lines for Lettering Recommended sizes of letters & numbers – Advantages of single stroke or simple style of lettering – Use of lettering stencils Drawing plate 2: (Consisting of about 5 to 6 exercises) To print the table of Types of lines as per latest ISI Standards. Drawing Plate 3: (Consisting of above 12 to 15 exercises) Dimensioning a given drawing using the above tools. need of I. Dimensioning practice Purpose of engineering Drawing. symbols. tools for curved lines. arrows. tools for drawing straight lines. rules to be observed in the use of above tools -Placing dimensions: Aligned system and unidirectional system ( SP-46-1988)Arrangement of dimensions Chain. dimension line extension line. surface finish. and dimensioning by co-ordinate methods-The rules for dimensioning standard. selection of line thickness . Code of practice. Dimensioning. Importance of Title Block. chamfers. leader line. parallel. Layout of drawing sheets in respect of A0. A1.Selection of Pencils Sheet Sizes: A0. given common features listed. A1. and dimension of narrow spaces.S. A4.I code in dimensioning –Shape description of an Engineering object -Definition of Dimensioning size description Location of features. Sizes of the Title block and its contents . To print the table of “Recommended sizes of letters and numerals” – as per Standards. Selection of suitable size of letters and numbers and draw the given titles. Geometric Construction Division of a line: to divide a straight line into given number of equal parts 58 . To draw “Lay out of sheet “ – and as per SP-46-1988 to a suitable scale. A3. Exercise in identifying the departures made in a given dimensioned drawing from I. tools for measuring distances and special tools like mini drafter & drafting machine Mentioning of names under each classification and their brief description -Scales: Recommended scales reduced & enlarged Lines: Types of lines.S. Dimensioning practice in various methods of dimensioning stated above.I. tapers. features “Circles (holes) arcs.Care and maintenance of Drawing Sheet. number and notes. A3 sizes. rules and systems of dimensioning. Simple Exercises on the use of Drawing Instruments. Drawing Plate 1: (Consisting of about two exercises) To draw geometric shapes (standard) using drawing instruments -To draw layout of sheet and title block. combined progressive. A5. phrases using both vertical and sloping styles. A2. fully dimensioned Drawing -Notations or tools of dimensioning.

Hexagon: Inscribing a Hexagon in a circle of given dia and circumscribing a given circle. Projection of perpendicular planes (a) Plane perpendicular to both HP and VP (b) Plane perpendicular to HP and parallel to VP and Vice versa.V. Projection of Regular solids in simple positions Orthographic Projections Meaning of Orthographic Projection -Using a viewing Box and a model – Number of views obtained on the six faces of the box. Projectiles. and sides view sketching these views for a number of Engg. Projection of points. General Curves: Involute. iv) Construction of Rectangular Hyperbola when given the position of a point on the curve. (c) Perpendicular to one of the planes. Conical Curves: Explanation of Ellipse. i) Concentric circles method. viz. their Engineering application. Gear tooth profile. explanations as locus of a moving point.Neat sketches of only 3 views for describing object -Concept of front view. (a) Parallel to one or both the planes. Cycloid and Helix. using i) Set squares. screw threads. touching two given circles internally and externally. Diagram of a Hyperbolic process. as sections of a double cone and a loci of a moving point. top views. Construction of tangent lines: to draw tangent lines touching circles internally and externally. reflectors P. Bolts and Nuts. ii)Tangent arc of given radius touching a circle or an arc and a given line. right and obtuse angles). – Positioning of three views in First angle projection . iii)Tangent arcs of radius R. Objects -Explanation of “First angle projection”. Hyperbola. Application viz. method.internally examples in Engineering application. (b) Contained by one or both the planes. ii) Paper trammel. Their construction: Drawing Plate: 4 (Consisting of about 12 to 15 exercises) Exercises mentioned above at the rate of at least one problem on each “construction”.Projection of 59 . springs etc. (d) inclined to one plane and parallel to other planes. lines and planes. . ii) Compass – given a side to construct a Hexagon using set squares or compass. iii) Construction of parabola by rectangular method. (c) Plane perpendicular to HP and inclined to VP and vice versa. Construction of Ellipse using. Projecting a point on two planes of projection Projecting a point on three planes of projection Projection of straight line. Eccentricity of above curves – Their Engg. Parabola. Construction of tangent arcs i) To draw tangent arc of given radius to touch two lines inclined at given angle (acute.

To identify the object when given number of objects and number of sectional views (Matching exercise. spokes. 60 . Drawing plate No. state whether an auxiliary view is needed – if required sketch the same. webs. a part in different parallel planes-Conventional practices to represent sections of ribs.) Auxiliary views Need for drawing auxiliary views -Explanation of the basic principles of drawing an auxiliary views explanation of reference plane and auxiliary plane Partial auxiliary view. and cutting plane line to draw sectional view. cotters. as per B.I.Location of cutting plane – Purpose of cutting plane line – Selection of cutting plane to give maximum information (vertical and offset planes) -Meaning of Full. Sectional views Need for drawing sectional views – what is a sectional view ..Hatching – adjacent components (two or more) large areas.I. specifications – Conventional representation of materials as per B.S. Given the object (pictorial or orthographic view). Standards..I. Isometric. oblique. local or partial sections . screws. Drawing Plate 6: (Consisting of about 6 to 8 exercises) Given the engineering objects (Pictorial views) Drawing the three views in First angle projection. to sketch the auxiliary plane on the pictorial view) Pictorial Drawings Brief description of different types of pictorial drawing viz.S. shafts. keys. Identifying the object. bolts. when given a number of objects and the orthographic views (matching exercises). Given the object and its auxiliary view (partial or full. nuts. Drawing Plate 7: (Consists of about 8 to 10 exercises) Preparing conventional representation of a materials as per latest/ B. Drawing Plate 5: (Consisting of about 10 to 12 Number of exercises) Given an engineering object(s) to sketch the three views. Code. rivets. Given two views and a simple object – Draw the mission of third view.points as a means of locating the corners of the surfaces of an object – Use of miter line in drawing a third view when other two views are given -Method of representing hidden lines -Selection of minimum number of views to describe an object fully.S.8: (Consisting of about 8 exercises) Given a set of objects. Given the object (pictorial Drawing) and 3 views identifying the surface on the views with reference to the object. Given the object to select the correct cutting plane line and then to draw the sectional view. thin sections etc. half revolved and removed. Given the pictorial view of simple objects to sketch the three views in First and third angle projections.

900 elbow pipes and rectangular ducts. Given the Orthographic views to draw cabinet Drawings.Bhatt. Draw plate 9: (Consists of about 10 to 12 exercises) Given the Orthographic views to draw isometric views.M.R. Gupta.T. difference between Isometric scale.Isometric drawings: Iso axis.R. and Isometric Projection) and orthographic drawing Isometric and non-Isometric lines -Isometric drawing of common features like rectangles. Construction of isometric scale.C..K. non-isometric lines..) Ltd. prisms. REFERENCE BOOKS • • • • • • First Year Engineering Drawing – B. Cones. and ordinary scale difference between Isometric drawing (or view. Madras. Engineering Drawing by N. & S. Cylinders. Gupta.D.Need for an isometric scale. drawings of trays funnels. angle between them. B. meaning of visual distortion in dimensions . 10: (Consists of about 10 exercises) Development drawings by “ Parallel – line “ method such as prisms and Cylinders (Truncated). circular and inclined. Use of box and offset construction -Oblique drawings: Their use -Cavalier and cabinet drawings – Oblique drawing of common features like rectangular.I. Drawing plate No.S. International publishing house (pvt.shapes.and perspective – Use of these .T. “A First Year Engineering Drawing” – A. 61 . Engineering Drawing with AutoCAD by Prof. SP-46-1998 – Bureau of Indian Standards. Given the Orthographic views to draw isometric Projections. circular .V.S. Development of Surfaces Need for preparing development of surface with reference to sheet metal Work -Concept of true length of a line with reference to its Orthographic projection when the line is (i) parallel to the plane of projection (ii) When it is inclined to one principal and parallel to the other -Development of simple Engineering common solids like Cubes.M on “ Technical Drawing” prepared by T. Parkinson (Metric Edition). surfaces -Selection of the face of the object to be included in the front view. Pyramid (sketches only) -Types of Development: Parallel line and radial line development -Procedure of drawing development. T. Development drawing by “Radial – line “ method such as cones and pyramids ( Truncated) Development drawings of a tray: funnel 900 elbow and rectangular duct. Given the Orthographic views to draw cavalier Drawings.I.

of Periods 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Revision Test 6 3 ---------------Total 45 ----------------- 62 . Boyle’s law verification 11. Velocity of sound in air (Resonance method) 6. Coefficient of viscosity by capillary method 10. Vernier calipers 2. Parallelogram law of forces and Triangle law of forces (verification) 4. Refractive index of solid using traveling microscope 8. Meter bridge 12. Focal length and focal power of convex lens (separate and combination) 7. Mapping of magnetic lines of force No. Surface tension of liquid using traveling microscope 9.PHYSICS LABORATORY (Common to All Courses) Subject title Subject code Periods / week Total periods / Year : : : : Physics Laboratory M-108 03 45 List of Experiments 1. Simple pendulum 5. Screw gauge 3.

FOCAL LENGTH AND FOCAL POWER OF CONVEX LENSES – To find focal length and focal power of a single convex lens and combination of convex lenses respectively using U-V method and draw U-V and 1/U – 1/V curves for single convex lens experiment only. SCREW GAUGE – To determine the thickness of a glass plate and area of cross section of a wire 3. 6.) 9 VISCOSITY OF A LIQUID – To determine viscosity of water by using capillary method 10 BOYLE’S LAW VERIFICATION – To experimentally verify Boyle’s law employing a Quill tube.T2 curves. 11 METER BRIDGE – To find specific resistance of the material of a wire 12 MAPPING OF MAGNETIC LINES OF FORCE – To locate the positions of neutral points using N-S and N-N method with the help of magnetic compass 63 . PARALLELOGRAM LAW AND TRIANGLE LAW VERIFICATION – To verify laws and determination of unknown weight of an object 4. 8 SURFACE TENSION OF A LIQUID – To determine the surface tension of water using traveling microscope (Capillary method. 5 VELOCITY OF SOUND IN AIR – To determine velocity of sound in air at room temperature and to calculate its value at 00 C using two tuning forks.To determine the volumes of a cylinder and a sphere 2. SIMPLE PENDULUM – To determine the value of acceleration due to gravity using law of length and to draw l-T and l.SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES OF PHYSICS LABORATORY 1. REFRACTIVE INDEX OF A SOLID – To determine the refractive index of material of a glass slab using traveling microscope. 7. VERNIER CALIPERS .

4. 12. 10. Na2CO3 solution Estimation of NaOH using Std. EDTA solution Estimation of Chlorides present in water sample Estimation of Dissolved Oxygen (D.O) in water sample DEMONSTRATION EXPERIMENTS 11.CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Subject Title Subject Code No of periods Total periods : : : : Chemistry Laboratory M. 14. Determination of pH using pH meter Determination of conductivity of water Determination of turbidity of water High volume air sampler Estimation of total solids present in water sample Revision 64 .109 03 45 List of Experiments 1. KMnO4 solution Determination of acidity of water sample Determination of alkalinity of water sample Determination of total hardness of water using Std. 3. 13. 15. 9. 8. 5. Preparation of Standard Na2CO3 solution Estimation of HCl solution using Std. 7. Introduction to volumetric analysis 2. 6. HCl solution Estimation of Mohr’s Salt using Std.

creating folders. etc. COURSE CONTENT: 1. Familiarise with basic MS-WINDOWS facilities like opening programs.INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAB Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Information Technology Lab M-110 04 120 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES On completion of this subject the student would be able to • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Identify the various components of a Computer system Differentiate between hardware and software State the functions of each component of a computer a system State the configuration of a computer system Identify the various peripherals Know how to open an application program Know how to create a folder in a specified location Open MS-word and Identify the components on the screen Create a document using MS-word and save it Create a table using MS-Word and save it Create mailing letters using mail merge tool of MS-word Open MS-Excel and identify the components on the screen Create a Worksheet in MS-Excel and save it Generate a Chart using the data in Excel-worksheet Automate calculations in a worksheet using formula Sort and filter data in a worksheet Create a simple Power point presentation for a small topic Backup required files and folders to a CD-ROM Introduction to the internet technology and imparting training to use searching of required sites and using e-Mails etc. Study of a computer system 2. Create a formatted word document using MS-Word 4. copying and shifting data . searching. 3. Familiarise with spell checker facility of MS-Word 65 ..

Generate Appropriate Chart for the statistical data using MS-Excel 10. 66 . Create a backup CD for a data using NERO or similar CD writing software 14. Create mailing letters for a given information using MS-Word 8. Create a soft copy of a given table using MS-Word 7. Create a soft copy of a simple database using Excel. Using different search engines finding required sites to collect information on engineering related topics including down loading the contents. Print the Word document using page setup and Print facilities 6. Run sort and filter facilities for the database 12. Create a soft copy of the given statistical data using MS-Excel 9.5. 15. Generate the soft copy of a worksheet using formula facility of MS-Excel 11. Create an user account on the Internet and e-mail and sending a document to from a given e-mail address to another e-Mail ID as attachment. Create a power point presentation for a simple technical topic using MSPowerPoint 13.

III SEMESTER 67 .

ENGLISH-II Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per semester : : : : English-II M-301 03 45 TIME SCHEDULE 68 .

9. y) is 2x2 + 1/√ x. Evaluate arbitrary constant and determine particular integrals in problems of the following type: a. Find the equation of the curve passing through (1.ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – II ( Common to AEI/C/M/EE/EC/MIN/PKG) Subject title Subject code Periods per week Periods / Semester TIME SCHEDULE S.2. dx 1. 1.No. ii) ∫ [f(x)]n f ′(x) dx iii) ∫ f ′(x)/[f(x)] dx iv) ∫ f {g(x)} g ′(x) dx 1. cot x.4.3. ii) If the velocity at time ‘t’ is given by V = √ t + 3 find the displacement “S” at time t = k given that S = 0 when t = 0. Integrate simple functions using the rule for ∫ (u + v) dx and ∫ ku dx where k is constant and u. 1. sec x and cosec x using the above. i) ∫ f(ax + b) dx where f(x) dx is in standard form.5. v are functions of x. 1.State the indefinite integral of standard functions and properties of Integrals with examples. 1) and whose slope at any point (x . Major Topics 1 2 Unit –I Integration Methods of Integration Unit-II Definite Integrals and Applications Numerical Integration Unit-III Differential Equations Total : : : : Engineering Mathematics -II M-302 04 60 Periods 18 14 03 25 60 Weightage of Marks 35 26 05 44 110 Short Type 5 2 3 10 Essay Type 2 2 ½ 1 3 2 8 3 4 Objectives: On completion of the study of the subject the student should be able to comprehend the following Unit-I Methods of Integration: 1.8.where c is arbitrary constant. Evaluate the integrals of the form ∫ Sinmθ Cosn θ. 1. Explain various methods of integration with examples. Explain finding the Integrals of tan x. 1.7 Integrate simple functions of the following type by substitution. Integrate simple functions by decomposition of the integrand 1.0 Understand the concept of Indefinite integral: d 1.6. dθ where m and n are 69 .1 Explain that ( f ( x) ) = F ( x) ⇒ ∫ F ( x)dx = f ( x) + c .

2 Solution of second order differential equation of the type f(D)y=0 4. ∫ dθ and ∫ dθ . 2 .11. 2.1 Explain the Trapezoidal rule. 2. iii. 1.4. a ± bSinθ a ± b cos θ a cos θ ± b sin θ ± c 1. 70 . 1.positive integers.1. degree and solution of a differential equation – formation of differential equations .7 Obtain the volumes of solids of revolution. xn . x 2 + a 2 . 0 Numerical Integration 3. 2. Obtain the mean value and root mean square value of the functions in any given interval.10. Evaluate integrals using integration by parts with examples State the Bernoulli’s rule for evaluating the integrals of the form ∫ u. Unit –III 4.Identify a definite integral as a limit of sum by considering an area. Bernoulli’s Equation (Reducible to linear form. 1. Cosax. Simpson’s 1/3 rules for approximation of Integrals and provide some examples.3 Evaluate some problems on definite integrals using the above properties. 2 2 2 2 2 a +x a −x x − a2 iii ) x 2 − a 2 . eax . Find the areas under plane curves and area enclosed between two curves using integration. 2. Unit-II 2. Variables Separable.14. Definition of a Differential equation – order.0 Differential Equations 4.solutions of ordinary differential equations of the first order and first degree of the type: i. . 2.State the fundamental theorem of integral calculus.vdx .5. ii Homogeneous Equations.6. where P and Q are functions of x or constants. v.13.1 Understand the concept of definite integrals and define the definite integral over an interval.0 Definite Integrals and its applications 2.12 Evaluate the Standard Integrals of the functions of the type 1 1 1 i) 2 .3 Solution of nth order differential equation of the type f(D) y = X where f(D) is a polynomial of nth order and X is a function of the form k. Exact Differential Equations iv. 2. a 2 − x 2 1. Evaluate Integrals of powers of tan x and sec x. 3. Evaluate the integrals of the form ∫ ex [f(x) + f ′(x)] dx.8. 2 2 2 a + x a − x x − a2 1 1 1 ii ) . Evaluate the Integrals of the 1 1 1 type ∫ dθ . 2. Sinax. Linear differential equation of the form dy/dx + Py = Q.) 4.2 State various properties of definite integrals.

sec x. cosec x and powers of tan x. algebric functions-Integration by substitution or change of variable. exact. Integrals of tan x. eax . Bernoullis equation. 4 Integral Calculus by Manicavachagom Pillai 5 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II by Radiant publishers. homogeneous. x 2 + a 2 . Definite Integral and its applications: Definite integral – Properties of definite integrals. where m and n are positive integers. Integrals of the form sinmθ. .COURSE CONTENTS Unit-I 1. 3. a2 + x2 a2 − x2 x2 − a2 i) 2 iii ) x 2 − a 2 .Srinagesh.formation of differential equations-solution of differential equation of the type first order. Numerical Integration: Trapezoidal rule.J. 71 . Integrals of: 1 1 1 . Volumes of solids of revolution. Simpson’s 1/3 rules for approximation of Integrals. nth order linear differential equation with constant coefficients both homogeneous and non homogeneous and finding the Particular Integrals for the functions k. Differential Equations: Definition of a differential equation-order and degree of a differential equation. Methods of Integration. Integration regarded as reverse of differentiation – Indefinite integral and constant of integration – standard forms. 2 . cot x. Area under plane curves – Area enclosed between two curves. Reference books: 1 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II by G. and others – FALCON publishers 2 Text book of Engineering Mathematics –II by Dr. cosn θ.Sinax. evaluation of simple definite integrals. sec x by substitution. 3 A Text book of intermediate Mathematics –I & II by Telugu Academy. a 2 − x 2 Integration by parts including Bernoulli’s rule. Unit -III 4.Cosax . first degree. 2 2 2 a + x a − x x − a2 1 1 1 ii ) . Unit-II 2. 1. xn. linear differential equation of the form dy/dx + Py = Q. Integration by decomposition of the integrand into simple rational. Mean value and RMS value of a function in a given interval.Sairam and others – UNI-TECH SERIES. Definite integral as the limit of a sum. variable-separable.

force. triangle law of forces. 1. 1.9 State the condition of equilibrium of a body acted upon by co-planar forces. 1.13 Define inertia.14 Identify circular motion. 1 2 3 4 5 Major Topics Statics & Dynamics Friction Simple machines Geometrical properties of Sections Basic Link Mechanism Total No. ENGINEERING MECHANICS Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per year : : : : Engineering Mechanics M-303 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Short Answer Questions 03 02 02 02 01 10 Essay Type Questions 2½ 2 1½ 1½ ½ 08 S No.2 Understand the importance of mechanics in engineering. 1. 1.16 Describe simple harmonic motion.10 Explain linear motion 1.5 State the term equilibrium 1.4 List the types of forces. 1. state their classifications. momentum. 1. 1.8 State the term couple and moment of a couple. Friction 72 2.0 Statics & Dynamics 1. law of conservation of momentum and state the units.17 Appraise the application of simple harmonic motion in engineering. 1. 1.12 State Newton’s law of motion. 1. of Periods 20 15 14 16 10 75 Weightage of marks 34 26 21 21 8 110 OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to 1.15 Differentiate Centripetal and Centrifugal forces. 1.11 Define velocity and acceleration.. 1. 1. polygon law of forces and Lami’s theorem.1 Explain the meaning of mechanics in engineering.0 .6 Explain the parallelogram law of forces.7 Solve the resultant of given system of forces by analyticall method.3 Review the system of units used.

kinematic chain. 3.0 COURSE CONTENT 1. 1.5 Equilibrium and Equilibriant.6 Compute effort required to load under given conditions. triangle law of forces. simple jack.12 Newton’s law of motion 73 .3 Define terms like link.2 Application of Mechanics to Engineering. pulleys.7 Interpret the law of machine.9 Condition for equilibrium of a rigid body subjected to number of coplanar forces.G.3 Show that an inclined plane is a simple device to reduce the effort in lifting loads.1 5. 1.0 Understand the Geometric Properties of Sections 4.2 5. Velocity Ratio and Efficiency.1 State the Geometric properties of machine members. 3.10 Evaluate the conditions for maximum M. 3. 3.7 Calculation of resultant by analytical method 1.2.4 System of forces 1.2 2. Resolve the forces acting on bodies moving along the plane. 3. 1. To give examples of inversion.11 Scalar and Vector Quantities 1.6 Statement of Parallelogram law of forces.1 The meaning of word mechanics. 4. 3. 3.4 Derive expression for VR in cases of wheel & axle. Weston Differential pulley blocks. 5. 4. Find the effort required in screw jack Comprehend the Principles involved in Simple Mechanisms 3.2 Locate the C.& Maximum efficiency. 4.1 2..2 Define the terms Mechanical Advantage.0 Identify the machine members in which friction exists / desirable Resolve the forces acting on bodies in motion.8 State the conditions for self-locking and reversibility. Mechanism & machine Give examples for Lower/Higher pairs.4 3. Worm & Worm wheel crabs.A. 1.5 Compute efficiency of a given machine.8 Couples and moment of a couple 1.1 Illustrate the use of simple lever of three classes. 4.5 Calculate the moment of Intertia of any composite section. 1. 3. Basic Link mechanism 5. 4.3 Explain the meaning of the term moment of Intertia. of a given composite section.6 Explain the term Radius of gyration.4 State and prove the perpendicular and parallel axis theorem.0 Statics & Dynamics 1. 3.10 Introduction 1.9 Calculate effort lost in friction and load equivalent of friction.3 2. polygon law of forces and lami’s theorem 1. kinematics pair. rack & pinion. 4.3 System of Units.

2. hemisphere and trapezium (formulae only without derivations) Centre of gravity of a composite section by analytical method only (I-section.3 4. formula for velocity and acceleration (No proof) Application of Simple Harmonic Motion.T-Section. Calculation of Moment of Inertia and Radius of Gyration of a) I – Section. d) Radius of Gyration. 3.1 Geometric Properties of Sections a) Definition and explanation of centre of gravity of a laminar area. & Simple screw jack. circular and triangular section only.5 3. a) Definition and Explanation. c) T – Section. Conditions for reversibility and self locking.1 Definition of Simple machine.1 Resolution of Forces considering Friction when a body moves on an horizontal plane.4 . d) L – Section (Equal & unequal lengths) 74 4. force. and Max. Rack and pinion.A. power and energy-definition. levers and inclined plane.17 2.0 Inertia. ii) Perpendicular axes theorem. efficiency.4 Numerical examples to calculate effort. i) Parallel axes theorem.6 4. 3. Law of Simple Machine.2 Fundamental terms like mechanical advantage. units and law of conservation of energy and problems. b) Theorems of Moment of Inertia. angular displacement. c) Centre Gravity of a square.2 4. Winch crabs. b) Centre of Gravity of a body.16 1.0 3. c) Moment of Inertia for simple Geometrical Sections – Rectangular. units and practical application. Semi-circle. velocity ratio and efficiency. expression. M. Moment of Inertia. Simple Machines 3. work. Load Equivalent of Friction Max. velocity and acceleration Centripetal and Centrifugal forces.15 1.0 4. rectangle. Simple Harmonic motion – Description.13 1.momentum .2 Resolution of Forces considering Friction when a body moves on an inclined plane. law of conversation of momentum.3 Applications: Screw jack. triangle.14 1. Circular motion. 2.1. and uses of simple machine. Friction 2. b) Channel Section. L-Section and channel section).4 3. Worms and Worm wheel. Effort lost in friction.3 Expressions for VR in case of Simple/Differential pulley/pulleys of 3 systems. 2. 3.

5.0 Built up Sections (Simple cases only) Basic Link Mechanism 5. kinematic Chain. Engineering Mechanics by I. 5.S. 4.4 Straight Line Mechanism. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.3 Slider Crank chain and its inversion. Engineering Mechanics by Singer.Khurmi.B. Kinematic pair. mechanism. Structure and machine. Engineering Mechanics by M. 2.1 Definitions of terms: Link.Prasad 3. 5. Engineering Mechanics by R.2 Quadric cycle chain and its inversions. Srinivasulu 75 .e) 5.

1.5 Define a. 1. & Basic Electronics M-304 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S.C.1 Define Ohm’s Law.13 Explain inductance a. 4. Permeability d. 1.11 Explain Fleming’s right hand rule. Major Topics No.7 State capacitance. 1. 1.0 Comprehend Basic Electrical Fundamentals. 1. of Periods Weightage of Marks Short Answer Questions 03 02 02 01 01 01 10 Essay Type Questions 2.C.8 State Faradays laws of Electro Magnetic Induction. power and energy. 1. Fundamentals & A. Machines A. 1. Electric field b. Flux c.3 State work. 1.4 State and explain Kirchoff ‘ s laws.Mutual inductance 76 . Machines Storage Batteries Semi Conductors Electrical measuring instruments & Safety procedures Total 15 15 24 05 08 08 75 24 21 31 08 13 13 110 1½ 1½ 2½ ½ 01 01 08 OBJECTIVES On the completion of course the student should be able to 1. with units. No 1.9 Explain dynamically and statistically Induced E.6 Define a.12 Solve problems on the above. & BASIC ELECTRONICS Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per semester : : : : Electrical Engg. Basic Concepts & Electro magnetic Induction D. 5. Reluctance 1.F. 3.C. Permittivity 1.10 State Lenz’s Law.ELECTRICAL ENGG. 1. 1. 6. Electric field intensity c. Magnetic field strength b.2 State the Laws of Resistance.Self inductance b.M.

2.C. 2. 2.C. 2. Generator and materials used. (b) Draw Schematic diagram of each type.8 Sketch the connection of welding generator 2. circuit and power factor [No derivation] i) Pure resistance ii) Pure inductance iii) Capacitance 3.15 Solve simple problem on above.C.1. field and inter pole windings. R-C.0 c.C generators. 2. Generator. Fundamentals and A. (b) Draw schematic diagram of each type.4 (a) Write formula for E. Machines 3.M. 2.11 (a) Explain back e.9 Explain the principle of operation of D.C.12 Write formula for speed of D.3 (a) List out type of D.14 Write torque equation [No derivation] 2.2 Constructional features of D. 3.13 Explain torque.5 Explain single phase circuit a) Simple series circuit consisting R-L.3 Explain phase. Motors.Generator [no derivation] (b) State the relation between currents and voltages for different types of D. 3. 2. 77 3. Motor in terms of supply voltage.5 Label the terminals of a D.15 1. 2. (b) State the relation between currents and voltages. Motor. Explain energy stored in a magnetic field.C. phase difference. 2.F equation of a D.C.C. Armature control 2. Lifting power of a magnet.6 Simple problems on the above.M.S Value viii) Form Factor 3.17 Describe with sketch the connection diagram of D.2 Explain graphical and vector representation of alternating quantities.0 . 2.19 State applications.Coefficient of coupling Solve problems on self and mutual Inductances.14 1. Generator for armature.C. 2. 2.7 Draw power flow diagram of D.C. Machines.10 (a) List out types of motors.16 Explain necessity of starters. 2. Generators. 2. 2. and R-L-C.C. Understand D. Generator.C.1 Explain working principle of D.1 Explain i) Alternating current ii) Amplitude (Peak Value) iii) Time Period iv) Frequency v) Instantaneous value vi) Average value vii) R. a.4 State power in an A.f.C.C. 3 point starter.m. current and flux.16 2.C. Field control b.18 Explain speed control of D. Understand A. 2.

5. Understand Storage Batteries.3 Describe the formation of P type and N type materials. State frequency and speed relations. D. Explain forward and reverse running of Single phase induction Motor Applications of single phase induction Motors. Squirrel cage induction motor.11 3. PF.8 Explain Nickel iron and Nickel cadmium Cells. Solve simple problems on series circuits. 5.14 3.7 Explain capacity of a battery 4.13 3. Explain poly phase and 3 phase system.O. 5. State Star-Delta connection. 4. b. Describe with sketch a.4 Explain chemical reactions during charge and discharge.1 Explain difference between primary and secondary cells. Explain three phase induction motor working Principle.10 Care and maintenance of lead acid cells.8 Draw the different transistor configuration. 5. 5. Write relation between turns ratio.20 3. 4. a. Sketch circuit diagram for single phase Induction motors.9 Compare lead acid and Ni -Fe cells 4. Voltage ratio and current ratios Describe with sketch a welding Transformer.17 3. b.L Starter b.4 Identify majority and minority carries in P&N type materials.2 State types of storage cells.16 3.6 State indications of full charging. 4. 4.5 Explain the formation of PN Junction diode.18 3. State the application of 3 phase induction Motor. 78 5.5 Explain the charging methods of batteries a. 5. Explain working principle of transformer and rating of transformer.7 3. Explain working principle of alternator. Wound rotor induction motor.1 Classify materials as conductor. Explain constructional features of Alternators.19 3. 5. Constant Voltage method.15 3. Understand the Principles of Semi-Conductor Devices.2 Distinguish between intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors.22 3.10 3. 4. Star – Delta Starter Explain forward and reverse running of Induction motor. Constant current method.7 Understand the working of PNP & NPN transistors 5.24 3. current.21 3.6 3.23 3.25 3. 4. List out types of single phase induction Motors. semi-conductors and insulators.3 Explain lead acid cell. Power and Voltage drops in a given (R-L-C) circuit. Explain the working principle of single Phase induction motor. Explain phase difference in 3 phase system. 4. Explain constructional features of – 3 phase Induction motors.8 3.3.6 Describe the working of PN junction diodes with forward bias & reverse bias.12 3. 4.0 Calculate the impedance.0 .9 3.26 4.

4 Definitions and units electric field. field strength. 6. Explain the operation of LED. 1. 1.12 6.7 State procedure to be adopted in case of electric shocks.f.m.C.6 Dynamically and statically induced e. 6.1 Explain construction and working principle of moving Coil ammeter and volt meter. 1. LCD & the materials used.9 Inductance – self and mutual – coefficient of coupling. 1. d) E. 6. flux. capacitance.. C.3 Definitions and units magnetic field strength.1 D. 6. reluctance.8 State purpose of earthing of electrical equipment and machinery. 2.2 Kirchoff’s Laws 1. permittivity. 79 2. Understand Electrical Measuring Instruments and Safety Procedures.12 Lifting power of magnet.9 5.2 Explain construction and working principle of moving iron ammeter and voltmeter.9 Describe the procedure for pipe earthing.5 Sketch connection diagram of single phase energy meter with load. Describe the operation of Zener diode. Configuration.11 Energy stored in a magnetic field. 1. g) Power flow diagram. COURSE CONTENTS 1.1 Definitions: Ohm’ Law. 1. 1.B. permeability.10 Simple problems 1.0 Basic Concepts and Electro Magnetic Induction 1. Fleming’s right hand rule.8 Problems on above. 1. b) Parts of generator and materials use. 6. 6. Motors a) Principle of operation. power. single phase induction type energy meters.11 5.M. c) Types of generators and schematic diagrams.5 Faraday’s laws of Electro – magnetic induction.C. Generators a) Principle of operation.7 Lenz’s Law.C. h) Welding Generator.0 . D.E & C. e) Nomenclature used for determining armature. 6. 6.4 Explain construction and working principle of A.5. Machines 2.0 Sketch the input & output characteristics of C. 1.C. energy with units.2 D. flux density. Distinguish between Zener & Avalanche break – down. Laws of resistance work.3 Explain construction-working principle of dynamometer type wattmeter.6 Explain effect of electrical shock and burn. f) Solve simple problems on the above. field and interpole windings etc. 6.10 5.C.F equation (No derivation) and voltage current relations.

voltage amplitude.15 Phase Induction Motor a) Working principle of induction motor. Average value. power factor. 80 . r. ii) Wound Rotor induction motor. d) Forward and reverse running of Induction motors.L.5 Nature of current when alternating voltage is applied to pure resistance. 3. 3.7 Single phase series circuits – calculation of impedance. Speed control – field and armature control. form factor.16 Single phase induction motors. 3.C. c) Starters.3 Phase difference. a) Voltage ratio b) Current ratio c) Turns ration.8 3 – phase circuits a) Definition of poly – phase and 3 phase circuits. time period frequency. 3.14 Welding transformer.b) c) d) e) f) g) 3.4 Power in A.O.0 Types of motors and schematic diagrams Back e. inductance and capacitance – magnitude of current.12 Transformers working principle. 3. 3. 3.C.s. 3. 3. Circuits and power factor (No Derivation). instantaneous value. 3.13 Single phase transformers. Torque and Torque equation Starters necessity and connection diagram of 3 point starter. power factor angle and power.C. power and voltage drops. c) Forward and reverse running of single Phase induction motors. b) Construction of induction motor i) Squirrel cage induction. power factor. 3. d) Applications of single phase induction Motors.9 Alternators – principle of working. ii) Star/Delta starter. definitions of phase values and line values.11 Speed and frequency relations. Circuits. Fundamentals and Machines 3. 3. value.1 Definition – alternating current. b) Circuit diagram of each type of single Phase induction motor. Applications of motors.m. b) Phase difference in 3 phase system.2 Graphical and vector representation of Alternating quantities.10 Constructional features of alternators.6 A. 3. A.f and speed equation and relation between voltages and currents. a) Types of single phase induction motors. i) D. 3.m. 3. c) Star and delta connections. current.

Theraja B. Fundamentals of Electronics 81 .K Gupta Uppal Bharadwajan Prabhakar Rao - A Text Book of Electrical Engg.V. Engg. 6.2 Construction and working principle of a) Dynamometer and wattmeter. Electrical Engineering. P-type.1 Semi – conductors – N-Type. 3. Principles of Electronics Fundamentals of Elec.0 6.1 Construction and principle of operation of moving coil permanent magnet type ammeter and voltmeter and moving iron ammeter and voltmeter.3 Introduction of PNP. 2.2 Behaviour of PN Junction diode 5.5 LED. l) Care and maintenance of lead acid cells. g) Indications of full charging. 5.4. 4. LCD.4 Transistor configuration – Zener diodes. Nickel – Cadmium Cell. Mehtha. a) Effects of shock and burns. d) Theory of lead acid cell. e) Chemical reactions during charging and discharging. and Electronics. Seven segment display. f) Charging batteries:i) Constant current method ii) Constant voltage method.Engg & Electronics. b) Procedures to be adopted in case of electrical shocks. C. 6. a) Difference between primary and Secondary cells b) Types of storage cell c) i) lead Acid cell (ii) Iron cell. c) Connection diagram of single phase energy meters with load. k) Uses.3 Safety Procedures. 6. c) Earthing of electrical equipment and machine 5.0 Storage Batteries. 5. Semi – Conductors. Electrical Measuring Instruments & Safety Procedures 6.0 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. j) Comparison of lead acid and Ni-Fe cells. Single phase induction type Energy meter. b) A. NPN Transistors. A Text Book of Elec. 5. 5. 5.L. h) Capacity of battery and factors effecting the capacity i) Theory of Nickel – iron.

1. 1.15 State the second law of thermodynamics. 1. 1. 1.5 Explain the open system with examples 1. 1.0 Understand the Fundamentals and laws of Thermodynamics.11 Define the modes of energy transfers to and from a system. 1.18 Write non-flow energy equation. Major Topics Periods Weightage of Marks 13 08 26 16 18 16 13 110 Short Answer Questio ns 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 10 Essay Type Questions 1 1/2 2 1 1 1/2 1 1 08 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Fundamental of thermodynamics Laws of perfect gases Thermodynamic processes in gases Fuels and combustion Air Standard Cycles Properties of Steam Fundamentals of Refrigeration and air conditioning Total 09 04 18 10 12 12 10 75 OBJECTIVES: On the completion of the course the student will be able to 1.7 List the thermodynamic Properties of System.THERMAL ENGINEERING-I Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Thermal Engineering-I M-305 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S.19 Solve simple problems on energy equation. 2.6 Explain the isolated system with Examples.2 State “Boyle’s Law”. 2. 2. 2. 1. 1.4 Explain the closed system with Examples.8 Define the various thermodynamic properties.9 Write examples for each type of property and its units of measurement. 1.16 Solve problems dealing with conversion of heat into work and vice – versa.3 Name the types of thermodynamic Systems. 1.13 State the Zeroth law of thermodynamics. 1. 1. 82 . No. 1.2 Define the ‘State and System’. 1.1 Define the term ‘Perfect Gas’.17 Write steady flow energy equation. 1. 1. 1.12 Represent the state of a system on a Graph.3 State “Charle’s Law”.1 Define the various terms associated with the Thermodynamic System.14 State the first law of thermodynamics.10 State the number of properties required to define the state of a system.0 Understand the laws of perfect gases.

4. 3.7 Estimate the calorific value using the above formula.12 Narrate the sequence of procedure in the determination of C. 3. liquid and gaseous fuels. 4. Know the fuels and combustion.1 List out the different thermodynamic processes on gases.6 Derive expression for work done in a polytropic process. 3. Derive Characteristic gas equation.4 Define “Higher Calorific Value” of a fuel. 4.3 Outline the applications of different fuels.9 Explain the concept of Entropy.9 Explain with line diagram the components of a Bomb-Calorimeter. 3. Write the Universal Gas Equation.11 Compute the change in internal energy of gas during a process. 3.volume and temperature .11 2.7 2. 4. State “Joule’s Law”.Entropy diagram for the above processes. 4.8 Justify that work done in throttling process is Zero.6 Re-write Dulong’s formula for calorific value from chemical composition of a fuel.7 Derive expression for work done in a Isentropic process. 4.10 Narrate the sequence of procedure for the determination of calorific value using Bomb calorimeter.14 Solve simple problems on the processes. 3. Universal gas constant (G) and molecular weight (M). Infer why Cp is more than Cv? Derive the relationship connecting the two specific heats and Characteristic gas constant (R). 3.2 Derive expression for work done in Iso-choric process.0 State “Avagadro’s Law”.2. 4. 4. 4.4 2.11 Explain the working principle of Junker’s Gas Calorimeter with a line diagram.12 Write the relationship between heat supplied. 3.6 2.5 Define “Lower Calorific Value” of a fuel. of a gaseous fuel with Junker’s Calorimeter. 4. 3.1 Define the term fuel. internal energy and work done. State relationship between characteristic gas constant (R). 3.13 Sketch pressure.10 Derive the expression for change of Entropy for the above processes. 4.2 Name different types of fuels with examples.13 2.14 3.10 2.0 83 .5 2. 3.13 Write the balance of chemical equation for the composition of Unit mass/unit volume of a given fuel.3 Derive expression for work done in Iso-baric process. 4.9 2.12 2.8 2. 4.8 Compare solid. Solve simple problems using gas laws.4 Derive expression for work done in hyperbolic process. Define “Specific heat at constant pressure” (Cp).V. 4. Understand Thermodynamic Processes on gases. Define “Specific heat at constant volume (Cv). 3. 3. 3. State “Regnault’s Law”.5 Infer that Isothermal process is the same as hyperbolic process for gases.

internal energy and entropy at given pressure. Evaluate power required per ton of refrigeration.10 Know principle of closed air Refrigeration. 7. 7. 7.2 Compute the enthalpy. 7.6 Solve simple problems on the above. 7. 5.8 Compute the work done. Estimate the percentage composition of flue gases during combustion with or without excess air. 5.3 Know principles involved in different methods of refrigeration such as ice.1 Define the term ‘Air Standard cycle’ 5.3 Explain with a line diagram the Working of carnot cycle.10 Solve simple problems on Otto Cycle.8 Analyse carnot refrigeration Cycle. liquid nitrogen refrigeration.9 Represent the above process on T-S and H-S diagrams Understand the various methods of Refrigeration.15 State the reasons for Carnot cycle being highly efficient than any other cycle working between the same temperature limits. 7.7 Explain the working of Otto Cycle with help of a line diagram. 5.5 Compute the above values using Mollier chart.12 State assumptions made in Diesel Cycle. 5. 6.5 Derive the formula for the air standard efficiency of a Carnot cycle.4 Interpret the data in steam tables to calculate enthalpy and entropy. 6.2 Define the term ‘Reversible Cycle’. enthalpy and entropy in each of the above processes. 6.4 State the assumptions made in Carnot cycle. 5. 5.13 Derive the formula for Air Standard Efficiency of Diesel Cycle. 5.14 Solve the simple problems on Diesel Cycles. 5.4.7 Know the principle of open air refrigeration.8 State the assumptions made in Otto Cycle.4 Express unit of refrigeration in Terms of ton of refrigeration. dry.15 Estimate the minimum air required for complete combustion of unit mass / unit volume of a fuel of given composition.0 84 . 7.2 Know the history of refrigeration. internal energy.1 Define refrigeration.14 4.6 Solve simple problems on Carnot Cycle.0 7.3 Use of the steam tables 6. steam jet water refrigeration.11 Explain the working of a Diesel cycle with line diagrams. 7. 5. 7. ice. 5. 6. 5.11 Compare open air system with closed air system. 5. 7.5 Define coefficient of Performance.9 Derive the formula for air standard Efficiency of Otto Cycle. 5.9 Analyse Bell-Colomen air-cycle.1 Define the various properties of steam 6. 6. Understand the Properties of Steam 6. 6.0 Appreciate the study of air standard cycles. 5.7 Identify the various thermodynamic processes (Expansion & Compression of vapours) 6. 5.

1 Brief explanation of perfect Gas Laws – Boyle’s law. Polytropic and throttling processes.2 Derive characteristic gas equation . 3.2 Calorific values (Higher and lower) of fuels. Ethane etc. 2.6 Zeroth. Enthalpy (H). simple problems of elementary type. surrounding.0 Laws of perfect gases. 4. Fuels and Combustion.work. Thermodynamic processes on gases. 3. Calculation of percentage composition (by weight and volume) of flue gases with and without excess air. 1. 3. 4. Isobaric. specific heat.7 Steady flow energy equation (without proof).6 Calculation of minimum air required for the complete combustion of Unti mass/unit volume of fuel having a given composition.3 Bomb calorimeter unit-Description-procedure for determination of C. 1. Volume (v).1 Definitions for system .5 Balance chemical equations for the combustion of carbon. 3. liquid and gaseous fuels examples and uses of different types of fuels.5 Simple problems on the above processes.2 Types of thermodynamic systems – closed. universal gas constant and their relationship with molecular weight of gas. Isochoric. of solid or liquid fuel using Bomb calorimeters. first. simple problems. Isothermal. second laws of thermodynamics.V.4 Definitions for properties like pressure (p). 3. 4. Hydrogen. Equations representing the processes. 2. hyperbolic.4 Junker’s Gas calorimeters unit – Description – determination of gas using Junker’s calorimeter.2 Concept of Entropy. 1.4 Simple problems on gas equation.COURSE CONTENTS 1.4 Calculation of heat supplied or rejected during the above processes. Methane.1 Definition of fuel. Temperature (T).universal gas equation. 2.0 4. Isentropic.0 Fundamentals and laws of Thermodynamics. 2.3 Specific heat at constant pressure. simple problems on conversion of Heat into Work and vice versa. 85 3. 4.Intrinsic and Extrinsic properties with examples. Types – solid. 1. sulphur.1 Types of thermodynamic processes. Conversion of volumetric analysis to gravimetric analysis.3 Properties of a system. working fluid and state of a system. Dulong’s formula for calorific value.0 .3 Derivation for work done. 4. 1. specific heat at constant volume for a gas. 1. 1. open and isolated systems with examples. Internal energy (U) and their units. Calculation of calorific value of a fuel of given chemical composition. 4. 2. change in internal energy and Entropy for the above processes. Charle’s Law – Avagadro’s Joule’s law and Regnault’s law.5 Definitions for quasi-static work. flow. Derivation for an expression showing the relationship between the two specific heats and characteristic gas constant.boundary. and vice-versa.

Problems on Carnot cycle. fraction and degree of superheat. Assumption made – Efficiency . I.V. Automobile Engineering . and T-S diagrams. Thermal Engineering Kumar & Vasundari 8. internal energy. specific volume.M. and T-S diagrams. 5.Kirpal Singh 9. Thermal Engineering – I . dryness. 6. Arora 6. Nag 5. Heat Engines R. Engineering Thermodynamics C. Automotive Engineering .2 Determination of enthalpy. . Fundamentals of Refrigeration and Air Refrigeration Introduction – Definition and meaning of refrigeration.0 REFERENCE BOOKS 1.V. P. Pate & Karamchandan 3. Srinivasulu 86 .0 Air standard cycles.Mathur & Mehta 2.3 Brief explanation of Otto cycle with P. assumptions made – Efficiency . C. entropy of wet.1 Meaning of air standard cycle-its use-Reversible and irreversible process – reversible and irreversible cycles conditions for reversibility of a cycle. internal latent heat.Heywood 4. dry and superheated steam at a given pressure using steam tables and Mollier chart.2 Brief description of Carnot cycle with P.Simple problems on Otto cycle. 6. Assumption made – Efficiency . Engine Fundamentals .R.5 Reasons for the highest efficiency of Carnot cycle over other cycles working between same temperature limits.1 Formation of steam under constant pressure. Thermal Engineering .Simple problems on Diesel cycle.3 Simple direct problems on the above using tables and charts. Engineering Thermodynamics P. Thermodynamic analysis of Refrigeration cycles.Narang 10. Properties of steam. 6.4 Vapour processes – simple problems using tables and charts. Carnot refrigeration cycle – Air refrigeration cycle (Bell – Coloman) open air and closed air systems of refrigeration( problems omitted ). Kurmi 7. 5. 6. S. 5. and T-S diagrams. 5. 6. 5. Thermal Engg. K.4 Brief description of Diesel cycle with P.5.0 7. C. methods of refrigeration – unit of refrigeration – COP.V.

2.17. State the advantages and applications of production lathes. 1.I M – 306 05 75 TIME SHEDULE S. Automatic and Semi-automatic lathes & copying lathes. List out different work holding devices.9. Explain at least four methods of taper turning with line diagrams.1. Planner 14 18 Broaching Machine 04 08 Cutting Fluids.3.15. Identify various types of Production lathes. Illustrate the constructional details of the machines. 1. 1. Explain the functions of importance parts of the machines. Know the need of copying lathes. List out the operations performed on these machines. 1.No Major Topics Number Weightage of of Marks Periods Lathe & Lathe Work 22 34 Shaper. 2. 1. State the working principles of these machines with line sketches. 1.2.5. State the specifications of each machine. List out the various operations performed on lathe including special operations.8. Coolants 06 08 and Lubricants Welding 15 26 Metrology 14 16 Total 75 110 Short answer Questions 03 01 01 01 02 02 10 Essay type Questions 2½ 1½ ½ ½ 02 01 08 1 2 3 4 5 6 OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the students should be able to: 1.10. Functions of various angles. Know the differences between automatic and semi-automatic lathes. 1. Slotter. 1. Identify the parts of lathe.11.13.4. Planer. 2. Calculate the included angle for taper turning. 1. Illustrate the working of Shaper. Slotter.5.6.18.7.MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY . Nomenclature of Lathe (single point) tool. 1. 1. Indicate the specifications of a lathe.1. 1.14. 1. 1.2.0 Lathe & Lathe Work 1. 1.4. Illustrate the working principle of turret lathe. 1. 2. 2. Write classification of lathes. Capstan. Describe the functions of each part in lathe.I Subject Title Subject Code Periods Per Week Periods Per Semester : : : : Manufacturing Technology . 2. 87 .3. Tool signature. Draw the line diagrams of engine lathe.12. 1.16. State the working principle of lathe. 1.

18.1. 3.13. 5.6. 5.2. 4. 2. 4. Describe the different methods of obtaining quick return motion. 5. Illustrate the constructional details of the machines.10. State the necessity of welding. List the reasons for the above. 4. Broaching Machine 3. Identify the tools and equipment of Arc Welding. Explain the principle of hydraulic drive with the help of a line diagram applied to shaper. 88 .21. 5.2. Illustrate the working of the broaching. Explain the principles of gas welding. 5. 5. Coolants & Lubricants.5.5. 5. State the relative advantages of flame cutting over other types of cutting.3. 3. 4.8.5. 5.6. Understand the different Welding Methods and Techniques. Explain the principles of soldering & brazing. Explain soldering / brazing techniques. 5.4.22.11. 4. Categorise the broaching machines. Explain non-destructive testing of welds. 3. State the advantages & limitations of broaching 4. 5. Identify the gas cutting equipment. Differentiate soldering from brazing. 5. State the composition of cutting fluids and coolants. Point out the relative merits of the cutting fluids and coolants.6. 5. 5. Classify the welding processes.9.20. Define the terms soldering & brazing. Choose the proper electrodes for given metals. Identify the tools and equipment of oxy-Acetylene Welding. List out various (special) modern welding techniques.19. 5. 5.2. 5. Classify the Lubricants.1. 5.1.12. 5. 3.16.3.4. Define Broaching. 3. 5. Explain the principle of quick-return mechanism as applied to shaper/planer.8. Identify various properties of Lubricants.4.2. Explain the principle of Arc Welding. Explain different welding procedures in Arc and Gas Welding. 2. Mention the types of fluids. Cutting Fluids. Identify the various defects in welds.7.15. 5.7.3. 5. 4. 5. Select correct soldering materials for a given job. Select the proper cutting fluids and coolants for various machining operations. State the principle of flame cutting.17. State the advantages and limitations of welding. State in brief the principle of at least four modern welding techniques. 4.7. State the properties of cutting fluids and coolants.14. 5.

7 1. 6.0 . Predict the amount of measuring accuracy using the comparator. 2. 2. Planning Machines. 6. Metrology 6.4 1. Slotting. Capstan Lathe: Sketch – Operation – Advantages. State the principle of working of interferometer.1 1. and push down. Semi Automatic lathe – Features.) Lathe accessories viz. key way cutting. forming drilling.6 Introduction.2 Elements of broach tool. Tool signature Functions of tool angles. shaping. Automatic Lathe – Features. boring.0 Working Principle of Lathe Types of Lathe Engine lathe – construction details – specifications.10 1. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 6.2 Types of cutting fluids 4. 2. methods of application of cutting fluid.13 1. Copying lathe – applications. Identify various linear and angular measuring instruments.3 1.4 Tools and materials.8 1.7.5. Comparison of Engine (Centre lathe) – Turret – Capstan lathe.14 2.2 Construction details and specifications of shaper.11 1. 4.3 Operations on these machines. 6.3. 3. pull down. Pull up.2 1.6.1. work holding devices and tool holding devices Turret lathe: Sketch – Operation – Advantages.6. 6.5 1.12 1. taper turning thread cutting knurling.5 Driving mechanisms: Quick return arrangement: Crank & slotted lever mechanism – Whitworth mechanism – Hydraulic drive. 2.0 Lathe and Lathe Work 1. drilling. selection of cutting fluids.9 1.1 Introduction. General and special operations – (Turning. 4.2.. sawing & broaching.0 4. Shaping.1 Introduction.1 Types of broaching machines – Horizontal type (Single ram & duplex ram) Vertical type. Broaching Machines 3. Explain the principle of working of (at least 4 types) comparators with sketches. facing. reaming. Suggest the surface finish measuring instrument.4.3 Fluids and coolants required in turning.6 1. 2. Cutting Fluids & Lubricants. Lathe tool terminology Geometry . slotter and planer. 2. State the use of collimator and microscope. 89 3. broach teeth details – nomenclature – types – tool material. 6. Identify the in-accuracies in surface finish.

4 Measurement of surface roughness: methods of measurements by comparison. 5. 5. 6. Choice of electrodes for different metals. 5.6 Measuring Microscope.2 Angle measurements: Bevel protractor. Modern welding methods. liquid. Equipment of gas welding. MIG & TIG Welding.8.1. (Submerged CO2 Atomic – Hydrogen. Advantages and limitations of welding. 5. Defects in welding.5 5. Angle Slip Gauges. Principle of gas (Oxy – acetylene) welding.4. 6.3 Comparators : a) Mechanical b) Electrical c) Optical d) pneumatic 6. Arc welding equipment.1 Linear measurement: Slip gauges and dial indicators. Welding Technology 2.11.0 Metrology. 5. 5. 5. Sine Bar.9.4. 6.15. Classification of welding processes ( IS 812) 5. Testing and inspection. 5. Introduction. 6. Various flame cutting processes. Hazra Choudry Jain Parmar Elements of Work Shop Technology vol. 5.5. 6. welding). Welding procedures ( Arc & Gas ) 5.7.14. Types and applications of solders & fluxes. Principles of Arc Welding. by Little. Soldering and Brazing techniques. 5. 3. tracer instruments and by interferometry. Advantages and limitations of flame cutting. 5.10. 5. gaseous) Properties and applications of lubricants. 4.13. Interferometer REFERENCES 1.5 Collimators.2.12. ultrasonic. 6. 5.16. Welding. 5.6.3.0 Classification of lubricants ( solid. I & II by Engineering Metrology Welding Technology by by 90 .4 4.

4.1. Review of 1st angle and 3rd angle Projections 1. 5. Draw/sketch different types of screws.3.1. Short answer Questions 02 01 01 04 Essay type Questions 02 02 91 . Draw/sketch different types of keys and cotters. 2. 2. 2. Prepare the assembly drawing given the components drawing. 4. Draw/sketch bolted connections to standard of proportions.4. 3. Explain the use of packing material in joint.A and one question out of two in part. 4.1.1. 4. 4.Subject Title Subject Code Periods/ Week Periods/Semester : : : : MACHINE DRAWING Machine Drawing M-307 06 90 TIME SCHEDULE S.6.0 Formulate piping layouts. 3. State the distinction between pipes and tubes. 2.2. Identify the common components of a piping layout. 2. 3. 2. List the sequence of steps for preparing assembly drawing. Prepare the list of parts. Major Topics Periods Weightage of Marks Introduction 12 Fastening Devices 18 10 Assembly Drawings 33 80 Piping Layouts and Joints 15 05 Welding Fabrications Drawings 12 05 Total 90 100 Note:Candidate has to answer all questions in part.0 Know about fastening devices. 3. Review of Orthographic Projections and Sectional Views. Know the importance of Machine drawing.3.5.3. 4. Draw the assembly drawing and sectioned views of pipe joint.2.0 Introduction 1.No 1.4. 1.3. Drawing the standard thread profile. Draw/sketch different types of rivets and riveted connections. 2. Prepare single line and double line diagrams of piping layouts.0 Prepare assembly drawing.2.B OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to 1. 4.5. 4. Identify the conventional symbols used for the various components of piping layout. 3.2.

3. Drawing of various types of lock nuts & types of keys indicating their proportionate dimensions.4.2.5.4. Understand the concepts of Orthographic projections and Sectional views. Temporary and Permanent fastenings and their areas of application-thread nomenclature.0 Fastening Devices.0 Assembly Drawings.. forms of screw thread profiles. Different types of bolted joints (like using through bolts. Identify the different types of welds and their symbolic representation as per B. Screw jack assembly. Assembly of muffs coupling (sold & split) coupling 4.2.1.2.3. 3.0 Appreciate welded fabrication drawing. 5. Importance of Machine Drawing. Exercise on Orthographic projections and Sectional views. etc. Jib and cotter joint assembly 2. Need and functions of assembly and detailed drawings. 4.4.. Purpose of lock nuts and their Types. 2. surface contour and finish of weld when given in symbolic form.3.1. 3. Bill of materials and parts list. 2. 2. Thread Nomenclature and forms of screw thread profiles. Bearings. 5. screws etc.) in different applications. Exercises in preparing assembly drawings of commonly available engineering components. butt-single row. 5.3. SP-46-1988. 3.1. 5. 3. 2.3. Identify the elements of welding symbol and their standard location on the symbol. metric. Rivets and Rivetted joints: Types and proportions and specification of rivets :Different types of riveted joints: Lap. Knuckle. double row etc. Acme. double row (chain and zig–zag) in lap and butt joints (single & double strap).0 Introduction 1. 2.. Keys and cotters: Types of keys and cotters: Difference between key and cotter uses. Brief revision of 1st and 3rd angle projections 1.2.1. Exercises in drawing – bolted connections using standard proportions. Steps in preparing assembly drawings. Drawing Plate:2 Draw the views / sectional views of 1. Bolts and Nuts: Specification of bolts and nuts. 5. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 6. 2. Exercise in drawing riveted joints using standard proportions : Single row. B. 1.S.A. Knuckle joint assembly 3. 92 .. 5. Drawing Plate: 1 1. Prepare a working drawing of welded fabrications. chain and zig-zag riveting – calculation of diameter of rivet: Pitch and arrangement of rivets in row – use – of standard proportions. Stuffing box. studs. 3.I. State welding process to be used.

elbow.1. stud. 9.R. check valve. 5. Oldham’scoupling.2.S.S. A text book for Technical Schools Engg. V-Butt an stud welds. weld symbol supplementary symbol dimensions of welds. Cast iron flanged pipe joint.R. standards. T. lathe tool post. 5. 5. spigot and socket joint.S. bead (edge or seal) spot. 3. 5. 2. 6. Sastri. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Screw fitting bend. 93 . Reddy. Gupta. connecting rod.D. V-Butt an stud welds. double bevel butt.T – B-31.Siddeswar. Dimensions of welds : length. 5. Supplementary symbols and special instructions: surface of reference line. Different types of weld and their basic symbols including sectional representation as per table of I. as per I. 4.4. Single line diagram of pipe layout two exercises. location and spacing of welds as per I. Unions: screwed. Machine Drawing by R. 4. Kannaih. universal coupling. Drawing tables and figs. 5. Drawing by N. 5. Machine Drawing by G.S. square butt. special reference. standards with showing dimensions required on a welding. eccentric.5. Various conventional symbol used for the above components. flexible coupling.3. screwed joint. Maharani Bagh. New Delhi. tee..NOTE: With the knowledge gained by the above exercises students must be able to draw exercises on Socket and spigot joint. Parkinson. standards. 5. 3. piston of petrol engine.3. Machine Drawing by K. union joint . 7. Machine Drawing by N. Nagpal. single V-Butt. Bhat.S. lathe tail stock. SP-46-1988. fillet.draw half sectional elevation and end view. 3.0 Welded fabrication drawings. protective type flanged coupling. Preparing working drawing of welding fabrication from given data. Machine Drawing by N.S. big end of a connecting rod. 10. 4.4. expansion joint. reducing socket and plug.S. 4. Double line diagram of pipe layout one exercise. standards with reference to fillet. B. single bevel butt.. Madras 2. Machine Drawing by Jones & Jones. 4. seam.M & S. Elements of welding symbol and their standard location the symbol as per IS standards reference Kode arrow head. 4. ground and flanged. Components of pipes lay-out. Classification of pipes and tubes. foot step bearing. standards with reference to fillet.S. Machine Drawing by A. Valves: Gate valve: angle valve.V. 2.1. Need of special reference Drawing Plate: 4 1.C. method of welding process.5. Plummer block. hydraulic pipe joint.I. Referred in the contents above taking form I. Dimensioning a given welding drawings as per I. double V-Butt.6. Drawing Plate: 3 1.B. 4. lateral Cross-nipple.. 4.C.E. Significance of arrow & position of arrow head significance of reference line as per I.0 Piping layouts. Indian Standard Scheme of symbol for Welding by SP-46-1988.6. 8.S.2. cross head.M in respect of Technical Drawing by TTTI. sleeve and cotter joint.

No. 1.12 Explain the differences of these viscometers. the student should be able to: 1. 1.21 State the importance of flue gas analysis. 1. LAB M – 308 03 22 ½ TIME SCHEDULE S. LAB Subject Title Subject Code Total No. 1.7 Determine the Kinematic & Absolute viscosities of any Oil. liquid and gaseous fuels.16 Identify the various Calorimeters for determining the Calorific values of Solid. 5. Liquid and gaseous fuels. 1. 6. 2.14 Define Calorific value of any fuel. and calculate the percentage composition of flue gas.8 Conduct experiment to determine these values.19 State the importance of Carbon residue.4 Perform a test on the given oils and determine the properties. Periods Periods 06 06 03 4½ 03 22 ½ OBJECTIVES On Completion of the Course.17 Perform tests on bomb.15 State the differences between higher and lower Calorific values of fuels. 1. Major Components Flash & Fire point tests Viscosity measurement Calorific value tests Carbon residue test Flue gas Analysis Calibration of pressure gauge Total No.3 Distinguish between “open” and “close” tests. 1. 1.10 State the units of these properties. 1.11 Mention the various viscometers used. 1. 94 . 1. 3. 1. 1.5 Mention the various equipment used in the industry for determining these properties.13 Draw graph between the temperature and viscosities. 1.MECHANICAL ENGG.20 Determine the percentage carbon residue by Conradsons apparatus. 4. 1. 1.6 State the importance of viscosity as applied to Oils.22 Perform test on Orsat’s apparatus.0 Understand the various tests conducted on Fuels and Lubricants. 1.1 Define flash and fire points of fuels and lubricants.2 State the importance of these properties in industrial applications.18 Calculate values. 1.9 State the effect of temperature on these properties. 1. 1. of Periods Total Periods Per Semester : : : : MECHANICAL ENGG. 1. Junker’s Calorimeter to determine Calorific values of solid. 1. 1.

3 State the use of various components in the pressure gauge.23 Flue gas analysis using latest electronic instruments 2. 6. Determination of Calorific values of Solid and liquid fuels using Bomb Calorimeter. and Cleveland’s apparatus. Determination of flash and fire points of various fuels and lubricants using Abel’s. and latest electronic instruments 7.2 State the principle on which the dead weight pressure gauge tester works. 2. Calibration of a pressure gauge using dead weight pressure gauge tester. Determination of Calorific value of gaseous fuel by using Junker’s Calorimeter. 3. Determination of Carbon residue using Conradson’s apparatus. 4.1 Calibrate the given pressure gauge by using dead weight pressure gauge tests. Flue gas Analysis by Orsat’s apparatus. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 2. Pensky Martin’s. 5.1.0 Understand the need and importance of calibration of pressure gauges. 2. 95 . 2. Determination of Kinematics and Absolute viscosities of the fuel and lubricating Oils using Redwood & Saybolt viscometers.

Load-Torque and Load-efficiency characteristics of Motors. Zener diode and Transistor configurations.C.Motors Load Test on D. 3) Measure energy and calibrate energy meter in A. 7) Use of megger to measure insulation resistance &continuity. lab M – 309 03 22 ½ TIME SCHEDULE S.. 8) Study of Pipe earthing & Plate earthing. 9) Study of Semi conductor diode.C Motors Load Test on 3 Φ Induction Motors Uses of Megger and Study of Earthing Study of Diode and Transistor Total Periods 03 03 03 03 03 03 03 11/2 221/2 OBJECTIVES On the completion of course a student should be able to 1) Understand the Electrical circuit diagram and get familiarised with the use of electrical instruments.C. 96 . 6) Know the application of 3 phase induction motors. etc. equipment’s. LAB Subject Title Subject Code Total No.ELECTRICAL ENGG.C.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Major Components Study of Measuring Instruments Measurement of 1 Φ Power Calibration of 1 Φ Energy Meter Speed control of D. 5) Draw the Speed-torque.. 4) Vary the speed of motor by field control and armature control method. 2) Calculate the power in A. single phase circuits. circuit with voltmeter and ammeter and compare with wattmeter readings. of Periods Total Periods Per Semester : : : : Electrical Engg.

13. 6. 7. Study of moving coil and moving Iron dynamometer type measuring instruments and accessories used in Electrical Laboratory.C. 9. Load characteristic of D. Measurement of Energy in single phase A. ii) Study the input and output characteristics of following Transistor configurations a) CB b) CE 97 . 4. Shunt generator. 5. Circuit (using voltammeter and Wattmeter) and to draw calibration curves.C. 12.C. Load test on single phase induction motor to draw load efficiency curve. 14. power factor. 11. Load characteristic of D. 2. Battery charging at constant voltage and at constant current. Obtain Voltage and current relations in 3 phase circuits ( Star and Delta) Measure insulation resistance of machines by using Megger. ideal and reactive component of current at different applied voltages for R. Circuit. Shunt motor.C. 10. i) Study of Semi Conductor diode & Zener diode. Speed control of D.C circuit and to draw calibration curves. Load characteristic of D.L. 3. Study of power. Measurement of power in A.C Shunt motor by a) Armature control method b) Field control method 8. Load test on 3 Phase Induction motor and draw performance curves. Series motor.COURSE CONTENTS Experiments to be conducted covering the following 1.

Draw various parts of screw jack in 3D and assemble them as 3D component. Draw the screw jack 2D drawing 7. Array and Move commands. Drawing of 3D components . 6. 4. various toolbars and menus. eccentric etc. Explain about Dimensioning and Hatching. 6. Draw the 2D – drawings Knuckle joint.Bolt & Nut. flange coupling. Study the Auto cad screen. 98 . The usage of draw and modify Tool bar. Rendering of 3D images. 8. 2. lathe tool post. 4. Draw Bolt and Nut in 3D. Screw jack. 3. 5. 3. array and move and draw simple mechanical components.CAD LAB-I Subject Title Subject Code Periods/ week Periods per Semester OBJECTIVES 1. 7. Exercise on mirror. Exercise on Dimensioning and Hatching. 10. : : : : CAD LAB-I M-310 03 45 COURSE CONTENTS 1. 9. Exercise on usage of Draw and modify tool bar. Draw the Knuckle joint with full details & dimensioning. rotate. Explain about 3D solids and solids tool bar options. rotate. Use of various commands like mirror. 2. 5. Study the 3D solids and solids tool bar options. AutoCAD Screen and various Tool bars and menus. Render the 3D images already generated and apply materials and Lights. screw jack. 8.

Welding 3.4 Connecting rod 1.2 Select proper tool to perform the job.1 Know the sand moulding procedures in a foundry.8 Produce articles of industrial application such as ring gauges. 2.1 Handle the gas welding torch for welding 3. handle etc. 2.5 V – Pulley 1.2 Step Turning 99 .3 Identify various foundry shop’s hand tools.7 Turn the required tapers by swiveling the compound rest.1 Perform a plain turning operation on a lathe machine.4 Perform various welding joint operations.2 Handle the Electrode Holder for laying welding beads.1 Solid bearing 1.0 Understand the concepts of foundry 1.5 Calculate the taper angle.3 Split bearing 1. 1.0 3. three boxes.0 COURSE CONTENTS 1 Foundry Moulding and casting of 1. of runners. 2. 2. 1.1 Plain Turning 2. 2.3 Understand the operation of welding transformer and generator. risers gates Know the working of Lathe and be in a position to operate the same.2 Flange coupling 1.3 Make use of various measuring instruments for taking dimensions.6 Gear pulley 2 Machine Shop (Turning) 2.WORKSHOP PRACTICE-II Subject Title Subject Code Periods Per Week Periods Per Semester : : : : workshop practice-II M – 311 03 45 OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to: 1. plug gauges.6 Know the different taper turning methods on a lathe 2. 2. 2.2 Prepare a mould sand mix.5 Prepare a mould ready for casting with proper provision.4 Prepare mould in two boxes.4 Perform step turning operations on a lathe. 3. 1. 3. 2. 1.

3. 3 Butt joints.7 Preparation of machine handle 3.3 Taper Turning 2.4 Lap joints.5 T-Joints 100 . 3.2 Layout of Beads 3. Welding 3.6 Facing 2.5 Knurling 2.4 Turning Collars 2.1 Gas welding 3.2.

4TH SEMESTER 101 .

ENGLISH-III Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per semester : : : : English-III M-401 03 45 TIME SCHEDULE 102 .

Course Contents: • • Activities that improve situational interaction Activities that improve cooperative learning and soft skills. Course Material: The Communications Skills laboratory Manual presently in use may be continued by choosing Six to Ten Units. The manual is supported by CD for audio output. Scheme of Examination: Instruction periods per week Total periods per Semester Scheme of Examination End Sessional Duration Exam Total marks marks 3 Hours 20 30 50 Name of Subject Enhancing English and Employability Skills level-III 3 45 103 .

1.6 Identify the different milling cutters. 1.12 Sketch the gear hob.1 Explain the principle of working of a Milling machine. 1.5 Describe the various milling operations. 1.14 Describe the working of the above m/c.13 Identify the various components of hobbing m/c. 1. 1.10 Identify the different methods of producing gears.19 Identify the gear materials.II Subject Title Subject Code Periods Per Week Periods Per Semester : : : : Manufacturing Technology-II M – 402 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Number of Periods 20 15 10 08 17 05 75 Weightage of Marks 29 21 13 13 26 08 110 Short Answer Questions 03 02 01 01 02 01 10 Essay Type Questions 02 1½ 01 01 02 ½ 08 S. 1. 1. 1. 1.7 Select the tool and work holding devices. 1. 1. 1.11 Illustrate gear shaping. 104 . 1. 1.18 1.3 Illustrate the constructional details.4 Explain the functions of each part of the machine. State the different heat treatment processes applied to gears.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Major Topics Milling & Gear Making Grinding and finishing processes Modern Machining Process Plastic processing Press Tools.9 Explain the specifications of milling machines. 1. Jigs and Fixtures Jig Boring Total OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to 1.8 Explain the different indexing methods.0 Milling and Gear Making 1.16 Explain the different methods of finishing & checking gear teeth dimensions.17 Specify the gears.2 Classify the milling machines.15 List out the sequence of operations in generating gear by gear hobbing m/c.MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY . 1.

2 Classification of presses.2 Illustrate the methods of injection moulding.based on power and design of frame. 3.1 Importance of Press Tools 5.3 Explain the principle of working of ultrasonic machining. surface.2.6 Explain Abrasive jet machining with sketch 3. Superfinishing) 2.2 State their relative advantages.4 Identify the grinding wheel from the standard code (Marking system or designation of wheel).4 Meaning of Press size. 2. 2.( Honing.0 5.2 Identify different abrasives.0 Grinding and finishing Processes 2. blow moulding. 2.1 Explain the principle of metal removal by grinding. sheet forming.3 Explain the principle of extruding.9 Identify the different work holding devices. 3. 2.M.1 Distinguish between non-conventional machining processes and traditional methods.3 Explain the bonds and grinding wheel manufacturing processes. tool and cutter grinders.4 Indicate the principle of machining and welding plastics. casting and calendering.3 Illustrate the constructional details of a power press.8 Illustrate the cylindrical. Press Tools. 5. 2. tin coating. Parkerizing and anodising.7 Classify the grinding machines. 4. 2.5 Press Tools – Punch and die. transfer moulding 4. 2. 5.15 State the principles of metal spraying.5 Identify the different fabrication methods viz. 3.5 State the factors for selecting the grinding wheels. compression moulding. Jigs and Fixtures. 5. 2.0 4. Modern Machining Processes.6 Know Engineering applications of plastics. 4.12 Explain the principle of electro–plating with a sketch.16 State the features of wire process and powder process.5 Explain the principle of electric discharge machining with sketch. Lapping.13 Explain the principle of hot dipping processes namely galvanising. 3. 2.0 .6 State the methods of grinding. processes.14 Describe organic coatings. 2.1 Indicate the principle of manufacturing plastic products. 4. 4. 3. laminating and reinforcing. 2. 2.S. 2. 3.17 Select the appropriate process for surface roughness of a given application.4 Identify the equipment used in U. 105 3.10 State the methods of wheel maintenance. 2.11 State different finishing processes by grinding.7 Explain Laser beam machining with a sketch Plastic Processing. 2. 5. 4..

COURSE CONTENTS 1.coining – extruding.7 5. 2. 1. compound and Differential indexing.3 Explain button boring on lathes.4 Classify the jig boring machines.1 Indicate the situation where jig-boring machines are needed. 1. 1. 1. 6. 1. 1. Understand various die operations Advantages of Jigs and Fixtures Differentiate between jigs and fixtures. centre of pressure. 6.18 5.9 5.10 5. constructional details – specifications.0 Grinding and finishing processes 2.6 Tool Signature of Milling cutter.2 Abrasives – Natural & Artificial.8 Manufacture of gears – by casting. moulding – stamping . cutting forces.12 5. Explain different types of dies.11 Gear finishing processes.7 Describe the systems of location of holes.1 Introduction.16 5.19 Die-clearance. 6.2 Types of milling machines: plain. Identify different types of clamps and their constructional details. 1. Types of jigs and their constructional details General considerations in design of drill jigs Function of drill bush. Angular clearance.7 Tool & work holding devices. 6.14 5.13 5.0 Jig Boring. 106 . 1.8 5.6 5. 6.17 5. Understand basic principle of clamping. 1.9 Gear generating methods: Gear Shaping with pinion cutter & rack cutter 1. Identify different types of fixtures and their constructional details.3 Milling operations 1.15 5.Die Accessories Understand shear action in die cutting operation – Punch and die clearances. Universal.12 Gear materials and specification.5.5 Show the constructional details of open front machine and cross rail type machine. 6.2 Illustrate the principle of working of a jig boring machine. Milling and Gear Making 1.6 Explain the function of above machines. vertical.rolling – Machining.10 Gear hobbing – Description of gear hob – Operation of gear hobbing machine.11 5.4 Indexing: simple.13 Heat treatment processes applied to gears.5 Milling cutters – types – nomenclature of teeth – teeth materials 1. 6. 2. 6.1 Introduction – principles of Metal Removal by Grinding. Identify different locating methods and devices. Explain basic principle of location.

Enamels. Organic coatings: Oil base Paint.2. rods & tubes) 4.15 2. rubber.2 Ultrasonic machining . Surface.1Sheet forming methods 4. Wheel maintenance – Balancing of wheels – Dressing and trimming of grind wheels: Coolants used.1. powder process and applications.5 Laser beam machining .0 Bonds and binding processes: Vitrified.3 Tool angles for machining plastics 4.2.7 2. 4.1.applications. Modern Machining Processes.4 2. 5.principle – description of equipment – application. bakellite.4 Coolants used in machining of plastics. 3. power.3Laminating plastics ( sheets.3 2.3 Constructional details of a power press.3Transfer moulding 4. Metal spraying: wire process. 107 4. Plastics Processing. shellac.0 . gap.4Extruding 4. Principle of centreless grinding Advantages & limitations of centreless grinding Work.12 2.2Blow moulding 4.1. Standard marking systems: Meaning of letters & numbers sequence of marking – Grades of letters. adjustable.2 Fabrication methods: 4. Finishing by grinding: Honing. inclinable.9 2.1 Processing of plastics: 4.13 2.applications. Tin coating.16 3. 3.0 5.14 2. Finishing specifications. 3. Jigs and Fixtures: 5. Lapping.5Casting 4. Factors effecting the selection of grind wheels – size and shape of wheel – kind of abrasive – grain size – grade and strength of bond – structure of grain – spacing – kinds of bind material.5 2. Tool & Cutter grinding machine.8 2.10 2.1. straight side.holding devices. 5.construction details – relative merits. rubber base coating. Anodizing.4 Press size.3 Electric Discharge Machining: Principle – Description of equipment – Type of EDM Processes . Grinding machines – classification: Cylindrical.principle – Description of equipment . Bituminous paints.2 Types of Presses – hand.1Injection moulding 4. 3.2.1.4 Abrasive jet machining – principle – description of equipment – application. Super finishing Electroplating – Basic principles – Plating metals – applications. parkerising.6Calendering 4. pillar presses.6 2.5 Applications of Plastics Press Tools.2Compression moulding 4.11 2. Lacquer base.2. horn.1. Hot dipping: Galvanizing.1 Introduction 5. 4.1 Introduction – comparision with traditional machining. 3. silicate.

Universal jig. Explain the constructional details of the above jigs. Explain the constructional details of the above fixtures. REFERENCE BOOKS Production Technology Production Technology Gear Technology A Text Book of Production Engg.15 5. template jig. bulging. progressive. plate jig. hole flanging or extruding – line sketches and meaning of terms.11 5. Basic principles of location.21 5. 6. Explain the locating methods and devices Explain the basic principles of the clamping.1 Introduction. Donaldson 108 . 6. shaving. General consideration in the design of drill jigs Explain drill bush Types of fixtures : vice fixtures. Types of clamps : strap clamps. pressure pads. Pilots.6 5. bend allowance. spring back.9 5.7 5. Material selection for punch and die. Indexing jig. trimming. twisting.Ragaiah.3 Jig boring on vertical milling machine. cutting off and parting. milling fixtures.5. Types of dies meaning of inverted. b) Cross rail type machine constructional details & their working. Production Technology-II Tool Design R. 6.10 5.Patel Jain & Gupta.16 5.17 5. screw clamps.13 5. coining. Charrathi Dora P. 6. beading and curling.5 5. compound and combination dies. 6. cutting forces.22 Press Tools – Punch and die Die Accessories – Stops. P. box and handle jig.2 Button boring on lathes. boring fixtures. cam clamps. Sheet metal bending: bending methods. strippers.4 Types jig boring machines:a) Open front machine. grinding fixtures.20 5.14 5. Definition of jig Types of jigs: leaf jig.19 5. 6. vice jigs. Shear action in die cutting operation – punch and die clearance and angular clearance. embossing. hydraulic and pneumatic clamps. Press working operations: blanking. piercing and forming. swaging. centre of pressure. lancing.5 System of location of holes. notching.8 5.12 5. bending pressure – sketches and empirical formulae.C.Niranjan Rao. Knock outs.18 5. toggle clamps.0 Jig Boring.

compressive and shear forces. of Periods 18 08 17 13 13 06 75 Weightage of Marks 26 13 26 16 21 08 110 Short Essay answer type Questions Questions 02 01 02 02 02 01 10 02 01 02 01 1½ ½ 08 Major Topics Simple Stresses and Strains Strain energy Shear Force and bending moment Theory of Simple bending & Deflection of Beams Torsion in Shafts & Springs Thin Cylinders Total OBJECTIVES: On the completion of the course student should be able to 1.6 Compute stress and strain values in bodies of uniform section and of composite section under the influence of normal stresses 1.N.0 . lateral and volumetric dimensions of bodies of uniform sections under the action of normal forces.STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Strength of Materials M-403 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S No. 109 2.4 Draw typical stress Vs strain curve for a M.2 Identify the nature and effect of tensile. 1. module of elasticity. 1. 2.0 Simple Stresses and Strains 1. proof – resilience and modulus of resilience. 1. in bodies of uniform section and composite sections.K.3 Define the terms stress.7 Calculate thermal stresses. poisson’s ratio. Strain Energy 2. 2. Mechanical properties of Engineering materials. 1. Specimen under tension indicating salient points on it. 1 2 3 4 5 6 No.2 Derive an expression for the strain energy. 1.1 Define resistance.& 1/m. strain.9 Compute changes in axial. commonly used.5 Mention the significance of Factor of Safety. 1. 1. Define the strength.8 Write down the relation between elastic constants E.3 Obtain expressions for instantaneous stress developed in bodies subjected to i) gradual load.1.S.

Relation between Elastic constants.S. 4. 3.7 State the formula for deflection of helical spring and laminated spring 5. 4. 4.0 6.M.F.0 ii) Sudden load iii) Impact/shock load.5 1. 4.3 Derive the torque equation T / J = fs / R = Gθ / L 5. 6.5 Calculate the values of S.4 1.1 List the types of beams. 110 . 4.2 Explain Polar M.3 Design of thin cylindrical shells.3 1.4 3. and B. Comparison of proof resilience in bodies subjected to same shock. modulus of section and Moment of resistance. Specimen subjected to tensile test.9 Design of helical spring and Laminated spring.3 List the assumptions in theory of Simple Bending.7 State the formula for deflection in cantilever and simply supported beams. 3. & B.8 Definition of stiffness of a spring 5. Torsion in Shafts and Springs 5. Types of Forces. 3.5 Calculate the safe load and safe span and dimensions of cross section.7 1. Stress. Significance of various points on stress – strain diagram Significance of factor of safety Behaviour of M.2.0 COURSE CONTENTS 1 Simple Stress and Strains 1.3 Explain the terms shear force and bending moment. Shear Force and Bending moment Diagrams 3.5 Definition of spring 5. Strain and their nature.1 Function of Shaft 5. 5. Theory of Simple Bending and Deflection of Beams 4.2 List the types of loading 3. 4.2 1.8 Mechanical Properties of common Engineering materials.6 Types of springs 5. Thin Cylindrical Shells 6.6 Define and explain the deflection.6 Draw the diagrams of S.2 Expression for longitudinal and hoop stress for seamless and seam shells. of solid and hollow shaft 5. 4.1 Definition of longitudinal and hoop stress 6.8 Calculate the values of deflection in the given beams.1 State the theory and terms of simple bending.4 Calculate Bending stress.M.4 Simple problems on torsion of shafts.4 Compute Shear stress and Bending moment at any section of symmetrically loaded beams 3.I.0 5.6 1.F. Calculation of Lateral and volumetric strain of uniform sections subjected to normal forces.1 1.2 Derive the bending equation M / I =f / y =E / R 4.

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Shear Force & Bending moment Diagram 3.1 Types of beams with examples. a) Cantilever, b) Simply Supported, c) Continuous, d) Fixed. 3.2 Types of Loads. 3.3 Definition and explanation of shear force and bending moment. 3.4 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Calculation of shear force and bending moment and drawing the diagrams by the analytical method only for the following cases. Cantilever with point loads. Cantilever with uniformly distributed load. Simply supported beam with a point load at the centre and with two or more point loads. Simply supported beam with uniformly distributed load. Over –hanging beam with point loads, at the centre and at free ends. Over – hanging beam with uniformly distributed load throughout. Combination of point and U.D.L. for the above and problems there upon.

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Theory of Simple Bending and Deflection of Beams 4.1 Explanation of terms a) Neutral layer b) Neutral Axis c) Modulus of Section d) Moment of Resistance e) Bending stress. f) Radius of curvature. 4.2 Bending Equation M / I = F / Y = E / R with derivation. 4.3 Assumptions in theory of Simple Bending. 4.4 Problems involving calculations of Bending Stress modulus of section and moment of resistance. 4.5 Calculation of safe loads and safe span and dimensions of Cross section. 4.6 Definition and Explanation of deflection as applied to beams. 4.7 Deflection formula without proof for cantilever and simply supported beams with point load and uniformly distributed load only (Standard cases only). 4.8 Related numerical Problems. 5 Torsion in Shafts and Springs 5.1 Definition and function of shaft 5.2 Calculation of polar M.I. for solid and hollow shaft.

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Derivation of formulae T / J = fs / R= Gθ / L Stress distribution in shafts due to torsion and simple problems to calculate stress in shafts. 5.5 Definition and application of springs 5.6 Classification of springs and description of helical and leaf springs. 5.7 Formula for deflection of helical spring without proof. 5.8 Explanation about stiffness of a spring 5.9 Related numerical problems on helical spring for calculating safe load, deflection, Size of coil and number of coils for given shear stress.

6 Thin Cylindrical Shells 6.1 Explanation of longitudinal and hoop stresses in the light of circumferential and longitudinal failure of shell. 6.2 Derivation of longitudinal and hoop stress equation for seamless and seam shells. 6.3 Related numerical Problems for safe thickness and safe working pressure. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Strength of Materials by R.S. Khurmi 2. Strength of Materials by Ramamrutham

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ENGINEERING MATERIALS Subject Title Subject Code Theory Periods Periods Per Semester : : : : Engineering Materials M-404 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Sl. No. No. of Periods Weightage of Marks Short answer Questions Essay Type Questions

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0 .5 7. State the composition. Open Hearth and Electric Process. industrial applications of alloy steels. Spheroidal – composition.3 Differentiate Annealing and normalising. White.6 Explain use of case hardening processes like.4 7.6 State the effect of grain size on mechanical properties.0 7.4 Explain the process the manufacturing cast iron in a Cupola.5 State the effect of rate of cooling on grain formation. List out the application of these steels. 114 4. 6. peritectic and Eutoctiod points from the Iron Carbon diagram. 3. Tin. 6. 6. L.2 7.1 7.5 State the importance of tempering. Nickel. Malleable. 4. Iron .3 Describe the three main types of space lattice. 6.1 State the meaning of space lattice. 4. Production of Iron and Steel 4. 6. 6. their crystal structures. State the basis of classification of plain carbon steels. 4. Identify the need for non-ferrous metals and their alloys in Engineering application.8 Identify important stages in the phenomenon of recrystallisation.3 Draw the iron carbon diagram. Heat Treatment Processes of Steel. 3. 5.D. 5.3 7.4 Describe the effect of cooling rate in hardening. Describe the need for alloying the steel with other elements.7 Identify the factors promoting grain size.5 Describe the steps in manufacturing steel by Bessemer process.0 5. Aluminum. 5.0 Structure of materials 3.7 Describe TTT curves. Non-Ferrous Metals and their alloys 7. 3.2 Describe the method of producing Pig Iron in Blast furnace.3 Describe the puddling furnace to produce wrought iron.4 Locate Eutectic.Carbon Equilibrium Diagram 5. 6. Magnesium and Chromium. process.1 Name the various raw materials required for production of iron.8 Understanding Sub Zero treatment and Vacuum Hardening Ferrous.1 Explain the cooling curves of pure metal.2 Describe the main features of the various heat treatment operations. 3.2 Identify the allotropic forms of pure iron with temperatures. properties and applications.4 State the formation of grains by dendritic growth. carburising. 3.3. identify various structures of the iron carbon system. Describe the properties of –Copper.7 Classification of Cast Iron – Grey. 4.6 7. lead. 3. 3. Zinc.1 State the importance of heat treatment for steels. nitriding and cyaniding 6.5 Obtain the composition of phases in a steel/cast Iron from the iron carbon diagram. 5.2 Define unit cell.0 6. properties.

three main types of metallic space lattices.4 Cast Iron from cupola. Malleability. Body Centered Cubic. isostatic moulding. General Survey of Iron and steel making in India. Coal-their availability in India.D. 4. Fatigue. Lime stone.9 8. 8. process.6 State the advantages and limitations of powder Metallurgy. Importance of their study with applications. hot pressing.Carbon Equilibrium Diagram. effect of grain size on properties – factors Production of Iron and Steel. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 4.8 7. 4. and industrial application of the important – non-ferrous alloys. Compressive strength. Hardness. 8. 8. Unit cell. Iron . Open hearth and Electric processes. 5.0 A few Mechanical Engineering Materials.3 Explain the methods of producing powders. compressive and shear strengths – Tests on Brinell & Rock Well hardness test – Impact test on Izod & Charpy tester. 8. Creep resistance 2. centrifugal compacting. rolling.3 Wrought iron by pudding furnace. explosive compacting. 3. 115 3. 2. formation of grains by dendrite growth grain boundary grain size control.1 Various mechanical properties of engineering materials. Structure of Materials 3.5 Production of steel by Bessemer.2 Manufacturing of pig iron from blast furnace. Hexagonal Close Packed. properties.1 Raw materials. 5. Brittleness.4 Explain the processes of forming to shape.4 Destructive testing tests on UTM to determine tensile.2 Tensile strength.1 Cooling curve for pure metal.5 Non destructive testing – Procedure for testing materials by X-ray.0 Introduction . Impact strength.2 Crystallisation of metal.0 5. 8.5 Explain the finishing operations. Space lattices. 2. 4.2 State the important characteristics of metal Powders. 8. 4. magnetic flux and ultrasonic testing.7. gravity sintering. iron ores. L. gamma ray.1 Explain the applications of powder metallurgy as a primary manufacturing process.2 Allotropic forms of pure Iron. extruding. 1. Ductility. pressing. Identify the properties of a bearing metals.1 Crystals of metals. namely Face Centered Cubic. spark sintering. Mechanical properties of engineering materials 1.0 Testing of materials. . Powder Metallurgy. Toughness.0 4.0 . 1.0 Indicate the composition.

Tin.3 Forming to shape – pressing. Ferrous. sintering. carburising. High Speed Steels. Non. Important characteristic of metal powders. Malleable.0 8. Heat Treatment of Steels. ECH Raghavan. 6.3 6. Monel Metal. 7. Manganese Steel.2 Methods of producing powders. Extruding. 7. Powder Metallurgy. Constantan.5. 6. Magnesium and Chromium. Mild.2 Heat treatment processes – Annealing. hardening. 7.T.0 REFERENCE BOOKS Engineering Metallurgy Engineering Metallurgy Material Science Engineering Materials Powder Metallurgy Material Science – by by by by by by S. 8. Sushil Kumar. Admiral metal.5 Advantages and limitations of powder metallurgy. Nitriding and cyaniding..5 Muntz metal.Ferrous and their Alloys. Hazra Chowdary. centrifugal compacting. Chromium steels. T. Normalising.7 Properties of Bearing metals. 18/8 stainless steel. Medium and High carbon and also their properties and applications. . Rolling.3 Sub Zero treatment – its importance. 7. Nickel. Sinha.P. tempering. 6. 7. Gun Metal. 8. Soft.Nayak.T. Spheroidal – Composition properties applications.2 Plain Carbon Steels: Effect of carbon in steels.1 Classification of Cast Iron – Grey.I(S. 7. isostatic moulding explosive compacting.T. Lead. Dr.4 Properties and uses of Copper.4 Finishing operation. Babbit metals. White. Aluminium. Zinc.1 Primary manufacturing process – definition. ECH Principles of Powder Metallurgy by Engineering Matallurgy by 116 . 8.3 Alloy Steels: Nickel Steels.6 Aluminum Bronze.0 Iron carbon equilibrium diagram. 7. 7. 8.1 Importance of heat treatment. T.R). spark sintering.4 Vacuum hardening – its importance. Swaroop. With specific examples of Engineering applications of the above. 6. Phosphour Bronze.T. Gravity sintering. Hot pressing. 8.I.

THERMAL ENGINEERING-II Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Thermal Engineering -II M-405 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Major Topics Internal Combustion Ingines Air Compressors Gas Turbines&Jet Propulsion Elements of Automobile Engineering Steam Boilers Steam Nozzles Steam turbines Total Periods weightage of Marks 21 13 13 13 16 13 21 110 Short Answer Questions 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 10 Essay type Questions 1½ 1 1 1 1 1 1½ 08

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Explain with line diagram the principles of operation of Ramjet engine , turbo- jet engines. 3.8 Explain with line sketches the working of rocket engine. 4.0 Elements of Automobile Engineering : 4.1. Identify various components of an automobile . 4.2. Explain the function of basic structure, power plant, transmission 4.3. system, auxiliaries, controls of the automobiles 4.4. Understand the term Transmission. Functions of transmission system 4.5. Concept of total resistance to the vehicle motion - tractive effort4.6. Mechanical operation of clutch .Principle of friction clutches. 4.7. Functions and operation of a differential in an automobile. 4.8. Identify the functions of propeller shaft. 4.9. Explain the principle of shock absorber. 4.10. Objectives of vehicle suspension. 4.11. Principle of power steering. Steering mechanism 4.12. Understand the terms Front Axle and Steering. 4.13. State the requirements of a automobile brake. 4.14. Explain briefly the transfer of weight during braking operators. 5 .0 Understand the Working of Steam Boilers. 5.1. State the function and use of boilers. 5.2. Draw the line diagrams of Cochran Boiler and Babcock Wilcox Boiler. 5.3. Explain the working of above boilers. 5.4. Distinguish between water tube and fire-tube boilers 5.5. Recognise the need of high-pressure modern boilers 5.6. Explain the working principle of Lamount and Benson Boilers with diagrams. 5.7. Identify the boiler mountings (all types). 5.8. Explain the function of a few mountings only (with sketches) such as pressure gauge, water level indicator, safety valve and fusible plug. 5.9. Identify the boiler accessories. 5.10. Illustrate the function of only a few accessories such as economiser, Super Heater 5.11. Explain the terms actual/equivalent evaporation and factor of evaporation. 5.12. Define boiler Power & efficiency 5.13. Write the formula for the above. 5.14. Compute the equivalent and actual evaporation from given data. 5.15. Solve problems on Boiler Power & efficiency 5.16. Draw heat balance for boiler performance 5.17. Explain draught systems (Natural, forced & induced) in detail. 6.0 Steam Nozzles 6.1. Flow of steam through nozzle. 6.2. Velocity of steam at the exit of nozzle in terms of heat drop analytically and by using Mollier chart. 6.3. Discharge of steam through nozzles 6.4. Critical pressure ratio with proof 6.5. Calculation of cross-sectional areas at throat and exit for maximum discharge 6.6. Effect of friction in nozzles 6.7. Working of steam jet injector. 6.8. Simple problems of nozzles.

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7. exhaust valve. connecting rod. State the necessity of compounding a turbine.C.7.10. cooling pins cylinder heads.10 Types of lubricating systems used in I.6 Working principle of a simple Carburettor.0 Steam Turbines 7. neat sketch of I. 1. Classification of Turbines with examples. 1. crank case.1 Heat engines – Internal combustion engines and external combustion engines advantages of I.8.C. 7.2. 7.11.C.C. crank. 1. engines over external combustion engines classification of I. quantitative method. Comparison of two systems.12 Meaning and objectives of supercharging. engine indicating component parts. power and efficiencies. Identify various blade angles 7. axial thrust.C.9 Ignition systems – Battery coil ignition and magneto ignition (description and working). Describe the methods of reducing rotor speeds with the help of diagrams (3 compounding methods) 7.7 principles of working of a Zenith Carburettor (Line sketch) and its advantages over simple carburettor.5 Draw the valve time diagrams for two stroke and four stroke engines. 1.C. state the function of each part and materials used for the component parts – Cylinder. 1. Principle of working of simple De-Laval turbine with a line diagram.4 Comparison of two stroke engines and four stroke engines. wrist pin.12. 7. inlet valve.13.9. State the necessity of governing a turbine Explain the methods of turbine governing. 7. water cooling system with thermo siphon method of circulation and water cooling system with radiator and forced circulation (description with line diagram).11 Types of governing of I. Explain the principle of working of a turbine 7. crank shaft.3 Brief explanation on the principle of working of four stroke and two stroke petrol engines. COURSE CONTENTS 1. Derive formula for work done. 1. 1. piston. 1. Simple problems on Single stage Impulse turbines (without blade friction) and reaction turbines (including data on blade height) 7. 1.14.0 Internal Combustion Engines. Comparison of diesel engine and petrol engine. engines – hit and miss method. 1. Differentiate the impulse turbines from reaction turbine 7. engines descriptive treatment only with line diagram.6. 1. 120 . 7. Draw velocity triangles 7.2 Brief explanation on the principle of working of four-stroke diesel engine and two-stroke diesel engine. engines. energy lost.5. 7.1. Velocity triangle for Parson’s reaction turbine.3. Comparison of air cooling and water cooling system. engines. qualitative method and combination methods of governing their applications. crank pin. air cooling.7. 1.8 Cooling system I.4. Explain the working principle of Parson’s Reaction Turbine with a line diagram.

. controls of the automobiles .0 Elements of automobile engineering : Identify various components of an automobile . Explain the principle of shock absorber.1.P. 121 . Principle of power steering. 3.P. 3.4 Rotary compressors – types – descriptive treatment of Centrifugal compressor. mechanical efficiency. 2.P. Functions and operation of a differential in an automobile.tractive effort.13 Formulae for B. Applications and limitations of gas turbines.. Use of air cooler – conditions for minimum work in two stage compressor (without proof) Formulae for work done and power required in two stage compressors – simple problems. relative efficiency.0 4. air standard efficiency. 2.V. indicated thermal efficiency.0 Air Compressors.Understand the term Transmission.Heat balance sheet. diagram Formulae for work done and power required. Objectives of vehicle suspension. engines.Explain briefly the transfer of weight during braking operators. simple problems on performance of I. Principle of friction clutches. auxiliaries. Functions of transmission system. State the requirements of a automobile brake . I.simple problems on calculation of work done and power required. 2. Steering mechanism Understand the terms Front Axle and Steering. Identify the functions of propeller shaft.5 Rocket engine – its principle of working & application.Explain the function of basic structure.. Gas Turbines & Jet Propulsion 3. Morse test. axial – f low type compressor and vane-type compressors.2 Open cycle constant pressure gas turbine. Explain briefly the transfer of weight during braking operators.C.2 Single stage reciprocating air compressor its construction and working (with line diagram) using P. 2.1 Functions of air compressor – uses of compressed air – types of air compressors. Concept of total resistance to the vehicle motion . Mechanical operation of clutch. power plant. State the requirements of a automobile brake.3 Closed cycle gas turbine 3.. 2. transmission system. Introduction to front axle.F.1 Gas turbines – Classification – open cycle gas turbines and closed cycle gas turbines.4 Principle of operation of Ram–jet engine and turbojet engines 3. 3.3 Multi stage compressors – advantages over single stage compressors.

3 Principle of working of a simple De-lavel turbine with line diagrams.11 5.2 Classification of steam boiler with examples.5 Methods of calculation of cross – sectional areas at throat and exit for maximum discharge. economiser. Steam Turbines 6.0 . nozzle efficiency. blow down cock.6 Brief explanation with line sketches of boiler mountings namely.3 Brief explanation with line sketches of Cochran and Babcock Wilcox Boilers. Explanation of the terms : Actual evaporation. spring loaded type. Formula for the above terms without proof. Simple direct problems on the above. tangential thrust. high pressure and low water safety alarm).0 Steam Nozzles 5. 6. 5. 4. 4.7 4. pressure gauge.0 Steam Boilers. stop valve.1 Function and use of steam boilers. factor of evaporation. blade and diagram efficiency. 5.7 Working steam jet injector. By-pass & Nozzle control governing. 5. 4.4 Comparison of water tube and fire tube boilers.5 Expression for work done. super heater and air pre-heater only. safety valve (dead weight type.9 Governing of steam turbines : Throttle.10 4. axial thrust.7 Working principle with line diagram of a Parson’s Reaction turbine – velocity diagram. Note: As far as sketches are concerned the line diagrams of only those components mentioned in specific objectives are to be included in the examinations.2 Difference between impulse & reaction turbines.6 Effect of friction in nozzles 5.5 Description with line sketches and working of modern high pressure boilers Lamont and Benson boilers. 5. 6.8 4.8 Simple problems on single stage impulse turbines (without blade friction) and reaction turbine including data on blade height. 6. 6. fusible plug. 4. stage efficiency. boiler horse power and boiler efficiency. 4.4 Velocity diagrams. equivalent evaporation.3 Discharge of steam through nozzles.1 Flow of steam through nozzle. 6.2 Velocity of steam at the exit of nozzle in terms of heat drop by analytical and mollier diagram.4 Critical pressure ratio. 4.6 Methods of reducing rotor speed compounding for velocity. for pressure or both pressure and velocity. Brief explanation with line sketches of boiler accessories such as feed pump.4. water level indicator. Draught systems (Natural.1 Classification of steam turbines with examples. 5. 6.8 Simple problems of nozzles.9 4. 5. forced & induced). 6. 122 6. 4. 6.

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1 Define a fluid 1.4 Define various properties of fluids and state their units 1. differentiate between gauge pressure and absolute pressure .2 Differentiate between compressible and incompressible fluids 1.7 Explain the working principle of manometer 124 .No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Major Topics Properties of Fluids Flow of Liquids Flow through pipes Impact of jets Water Turbines Pumps Oil power Hydraulics Pneumatics Hydro-pneumatic systems Total OBJECTIVES On the completion of the study of the subject. Hydraulic Machines.5 Define intensity of pressure.6 Pressure and state their units 1.0 Understand the various properties of fluids 1. fluid power systems 1. 1. the student should be able to Know the importance of Hydraulics in the present day industry and will be in a position to distinguish Hydraulics. of Periods 05 10 10 10 15 10 08 05 02 75 Weightag e of Marks 13 13 13 13 16 13 13 13 03 110 Short answer Questions 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 10 Essay Type Questions 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 08 S.3 State the various units used in Hydraulics 1.HYDRAULICS & FLUID POWER SYSTEMS Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester :Hydraulics & Fluid power systems : M-406 : 05 : 75 TIME SCHEDULE No.

3 Classify the water turbines and also sub-classify them based on the direction of flow of water 5.0 Understand the behaviour of liquids in motion 2.4 Explain the working of Pelton wheel.0 Understand the working of water Turbines 5.4 Find the expressions for work done.1 Explain the function of pump 6.3 Draw velocity triangles for fixed and moving curved blades 4.6 Explain the principle of operation of centrifugal pumps 6.0 Evaluate frictional losses during flow of liquids through pipes 3.2 Draw the layout of a hydroelectric power station 5.9 Appreciate the importance of priming in centrifugal pump 125 . 2.3 Explain the hydraulic gradient and total energy line 3.7 Mention the constructional details of centrifugal pump 6.2 Classify the pumps 6. Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine 5.2 State Darcy’s and chezy’s formulae 3. power and efficiency in the above 5. 2. flat plate. 2.5 Explain the function of siphon and give reason for limiting the height of the pipes 3.3 Know about the velocity of a flowing liquid 2. through pipes 3.5 Solve simple problems on power required to drive a pump 6.1 Mention the equation for loss of head due to friction in pipes 3.3 Explain the principle of operation of a reciprocating pumps 6.6 Solve problems (simple) on law of continuity.7 Explain the working principle of venturimeter.2 State the various type of energies and the total energy.P. pitot tube.4 Calculate the velocity of flow.1 Distinguish between laminar flow and turbulent flow and concept on Reynold’s number.7 Express the condition for maximum H.4 Understand the discharge equation and equation of continuity of flow.4 Mention the constructional details of single acting and double acting pumps 6. fixed inclined flat plate.1 State the importance of water turbines 5. discharge and diameter of pipes connecting two reservoirs 3. water and current meters 3. 2. Bernoulli’s equation.1 Derive expression for force of jet on fixed vertical.6 Solve simple problems on water turbines 6.0 Analyse forces during the impact of jets 4.8 Compare the centrifugal pump with a reciprocating pump 6.5 Describe the governing of water turbines 5.8 Solve simple problems on power transmission through pipes 4. Venturimeter and pitot tube.2 Derive expression for the force of jet on a series of plates fixed on the rim of a wheel 4.5 State Bernoulli’s equation and its application in hydraulics 2. moving flat plate 4.2.0 Know the working of pumps 6.6 Explain how the power can be transmitted through pipes carrying liquid under pressure 3.

10 of Liquids Types of Fluid flow Concept on Reynold’s Number – Laminar & Turbulant flow Pressure.9 2.6. compressible and incompressible fluids 1.1 2.1 Definition of fluid. gauge and absolute pressures. compressibility and capillarity. 7. its prevention Define the efficiency of a centrifugal pump Explain the phenomenon of cavitation and state its effect Solve simple problems on centrifugal pumps Draw the layout of a centrifugal pump installation Oil power Hydraulics 7.0 Flow through pipes 3.1 Concept of loss of head in pipes due to friction 126 .12 6. 1.13 6.8 Identify the elements of a Fluid Reservoir Pneumatics 8.3 Compare with hydraulic power unit 8.0 Identify the effects of leakages of air.2 State merits and demerits of hydraulic control system.2 Explain the principle of combination system.3 2.4 Intensity of pressure. 8.1 Explain the advantages and applications of combined air and oil systems.2 2.11 6. 8. 1. 9.3 Describe the use of air as cushion for hydraulics system. 7. Bernoulli’s equation (no derivation) – assumptions made Continuity equation for compressible and incompressible fluids Simple problems on continuity equation Simple problems on Bernoulli’s equation Working principle of Venturimeter Simple Problems on Venturimeter Pitot tube – principle -applications 2. potential and kinetic energy of liquids .5 State the purpose of of accumulators. specific weight. 7.10 6.4 State the purpose of intensifier.7 Explain the principle of Hydraulic crane. specific gravity.0 Properties of fluids 1.2 Units used in Hydraulics 1.0 9.1 State the elements of pneumatic circuits 8. 7. Hydro Pneumatic Systems 9.8 2.3 Density. 7.3 State the essential components of hydraulic circuits and their functions.5 Measurement of pressures by U-Tube – manometer – simple problems Flow 2. viscosity and surface tension.5 Explain the pneumatic safety circuits.0 COURSE CONTENTS 1.14 7.7 2.6 Explain the principle of Hydraulic Jack.2 State the areas of application of pneumatic power unit 8. 7.1 Appreciate the use of Hydraulic control system 7.4 2.Total energy.6 2. 9.5 2.0 3.4 Explain the principle of working of power operator holding devices.

Water turbines 5.1 Introduction to water turbines 5.7 Working principle of Pelton wheel-velocity triangles 5.3 Use of water turbines 5.2 Table showing the various Water turbine installations in India 5.9 Work done.9 Working principle of Francis turbine .6 Brief sub-classification as axial.0 127 . pen stock turbine.4 Hydro-electric power stations line sketch showing layout of hydro-electric power plant with head race.10 Simple problems 5.4 Constructional details of single acting.) Simple problems on power transmission Impact of jets 4.1 Derivation of formulae for the force of jet on Fixed vertical flat plate 4.4 Derivation of formulae for the force of jet on moving vertical flat plate 4.11 Working principle of Kaplan turbine .2 3. dam.2 Derivation of formulae for the force of jet on Fixed inclined flat plate 4. generator and tail race 5.13 Differences between Pelton wheel and Francis Turbines 5.12 Simple problems 5.velocity triangles 4.6 Simple problems on the above 4.0 Darcy’s & Chezy’s formula (without proof) Simple problems on Darcy’s and Chezy’s formulae Hydraulic gradient line and Total energy line-illustration Calculation of discharge.7 Force of jet striking at the centre of Fixed curved blade –velocity triangles 4.5 3.1 Function of a pump 6. Expression for transmission efficeny. velocity.5 Expression for theoretical power required to drive the pump(without proof).6 Simple problems 6. diameter of pipe etc. 6.5 Classification of turbines-impulse and reaction turbines 5.14 Differences between Francis and Kaplan turbines 5..3.2 Classification of pumps 6. 4.15 Governing of methods of Water turbines Pumps 6. sluice gate.velocity triangles 5.velocity triangles 5.8 Force of jet striking at the top of a moving curved blade . condition for maximum efficiency (without proof.5 Derivation of formulae for the force of jet on series of moving plates fixed on the rim of a wheel 4.3 Simple problems on the above 4.7 3.8 Simple problems 5.0 6.4 3. power and efficiency in the above cases. double acting pumps. 6.3 Principle of operation of a reciprocating pump 6.8 3.3 3.10 4.7 Working principle of centrifugal pump 5.10 Simple problems on the above .9 3. radial and tangential flow type 5.6 3. for pipes connecting two reservoirs (considering frictional losses only) Siphon – principle of working (Numerical problems omitted) Expression for power transmitted through pipes.

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Installation of centrifugal pump, showing its mountings and other accessories Priming of centrifugal pump – necessity - Cavitation and its effect Simple problems on work, power and efficiency of Centrifugal pumps

Oil power hydraulics 7.1 Introduction to hydraulic control system. 7.2 Merits and demerits of hydraulic control system. 7.3 Essential components of Hydraulics circuits and their functions. 7.4 Intensifiers – purpose - principle of working 7.5 Accumulators – purpose – principle of working 7.6 Hydraulic jack and Crane. 7.7 Elements of Fluid Reservoir – Filter, Air vent, Strainer, Baffles etc. 7.8 Hydraulic control valves - types Pneumatics 8.1 Introduction to Pneumatic control - applications 8.2 Comparison with hydraulic circuits 8.3 Principle of working of Pneumatic clamp 8.4 Principle of working of Pneumatic collets 8.5 Principle of working of Pneumatic safety circuit against overload Hydro - Pneumatic System 9.1 Advantages and Applications of combined Air and oil system. 9.2 Air controlled hydraulic valve

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REFERENCE BOOKS Hydraulic Machines By S.Anantha Swamy Hydraulic Machines By R.C. Patel Hydraulics By Malhotra & Malhotra Hydraulic Machinery By Abdulla Shareef Hydraulics & Hydraulic Machinery By Yeaple Hydraulics and Pneumatics By Reya and Rao. Pneumatic controls by FESTO Fluid Power Pneumatics by ALAN H. JOHN Pneumatics by FLIPPO Pneumatics By TTTI Fluid Power & Pneumatics by AUDEL

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PRODUCTION DRAWING Subject Title Subject Code Period/Week Period per Semester : : : : Production Drawing M-407 03 45 TIME SCHEDULE Number of Periods 03 03 06 06 06 03 03 15 45 100 04 40 15 15 15 5 10 02* 02 1 1 1 1 Weightage of Marks Short Answer Questions Essay Type Questions

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Major Topics Introduction Drawing of Component s Dimensional Tolerances Geometrical Tolerances Surface finish Standard component specifications Process sheet Preparation Exercises in Production Drawing Total

*NOTE : 1. Candidate has to answer all questions in part- A and one question from part- B out of two. 2. Part B question carries 40 marks and distributed for -component drawing views...........20marks, -limits fits and tolerances...............5marks, -geometrical tolerances...................5marks, -surface finish...................................5marks, -process sheet .................................5marks. 3.Standard components in part-B question need not be drawn. They are to be designated as per BIS. The marks for them are included in component drawing views

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OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to Understand the need of production drawing. Distinguish the machine drawing from a production drawing. State the factors that govern the preparation of a production drawing. Identify the components of a production drawing. List the function of the component. Prepare the relevant views of the part and dimension the part. Indicate the details of specific processes like, heat treatment, welding, counter boring etc. Interpret dimension to obtain a fit as per BIS standards. State definition of fit, allowance and tolerance. Identify tolerance zones and tolerance grades Classify types of fits ,Material conditions, System of limits, specification of tolerances Selection of suitable fit for a given mating part. Compute the fit from tables. Indicate fits on the drawings. Apply geometrical tolerances to a component Need of geometrical tolerances, Types of geometrical tolerances Guidelines for indication of feature controlled by geometrical tolerances Datum features ,guidelines for indication of datum features, datum planes in space, General principles for applying geometrical tolerances on a component Indicate geometrical tolerances on the drawings Identify the standard symbol and indication added to it, to represent surface finish. Indicate Profile of a surface and important characteristics of a surface , Identify the surface texture symbols. Identify Lay direction, surface roughness achievable from different manufacturing processes, Equivalent surface roughness symbols, Indicate the roughness values or grade number and corresponding symbol as per BIS. Indicate surface roughness on drawings. Interpret the standard component Identify the standard part that can be procured directly from the market and specify the part as per commercial/BIS Standards for procurement. Write the process sheet of production. Indicate the sequence of process of production. Specify the relevant tools to obtain the accuracy and finish. Indicate the suitable equipment. Specify the type of measuring instruments to be used to check the prescribed accuracy. Preparation of Production drawing exercises.

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Types of geometrical tolerances Tolerance of form : straightness . fits and tolerances. measuring instruments depending upon processes. -Keys and keyways -Mounting surfaces for antifriction bearings -Shaft or bush press fitted into bodies -Beds of machine tools.0 3. Limits. symmetry. guide-ways -Contact surfaces . profile of a surface. Read a given assembly drawing – study of the functions of the various parts of the assembly drawing.example :flanges of pipe fittings -Peripheral surfaces of pulleys and grooves for v-belts -Surfaces of control elements example: levers . Preparation of drawing of mating parts and representation of fits and tolerances. axial run-out Symbols for geometrical tolerances. transition and interference fits for a given set to mating parts – computation of fit and tolerance from BIS table. Need of preparing a production drawing. Exercises on specifying the surface roughness(average values) for functional surfaces of the following machine tool parts -Shaft rotating in bush bearing. Exercises on representation of geometrical tolerances on the drawings Surface finish. perpendicularity. Tolerance of orientation or attitude : angularity. concentricity.Prepare exercises on production drawing as mentioned in the contents. accuracy and finish data available in machine drawing – components of a production drawing. Definitions of limits.flatness. Geometrical tolerances Importance of geometrical tolerances. parallelism Tolerance of location: position. Tolerance of profile: profile of a line. tools.hand wheels -Bases of machines 131 2. fits and tolerances. Standard symbol of surface finish and indications added to it. specific processes. -Tailstock sleeve in tailstock body. surface finish. Select dimensions from BIS standards to obtain clearance. Preparation of detailed drawing of a specified part of the assembly. requirements for manufacturing a product like equipment.0 Introduction and Drawing of component. material of the component. Representation of quality of surface finish on the drawing as BIS roughness grade numbers. cylindricity. roundness. Exercises in computing tolerance and representation on the drawings for different types of fits. Composite tolerances : radial run-out.0 4. indication of geometrical tolerances on components. fits and tolerances.0 . COURSE CONTENTS 1.

Knuckle Joint .Universal Coupling .Washers. Nuts. measuring instruments required.Non Return valve . Exercises . Locknuts .Revolving Centre . Dimension the views obtained and indicate on it with relevant notes the specific processes. Prepare the relevant views of the part(s) of a given assembly drawing needed for the purpose of production.Eccentric . tools. Selection of measuring instruments to check the accuracy. Screws and. Indicate the geometrical tolerances on the component drawing Mark the surface finish symbols with indications added. NOTE: In order to develop the abilities required in the preparation of production drawings in the student.0 Specification of standard parts. the use of actual production drawing from the local industries as exercises to the students is of vital importance. Compute the fit from ISI tables as per the function of the component and indicate the limits at appropriate place on the drawing prepared. Standard components (parts) are to be designated as per BIS -Bolts. Production drawing exercises.Lathe Tool post -Drill jig . Specifications of relevant equipment and tools to obtain the desired accuracy and surface finish. Prepare the process sheet indicating sequence of processes and equipment.0 .Stuffing box -Footstep bearing with radial and thrust ball bearing -Spindle supported by taper roller bearing -Wall bracket with a pedestal bearing 132 6.-Machine tool tables 5.Lathe tail stock .Clapper Block . Studs -Circlips -Cylindrical and taper pins -Keys -Rivets Splines -Oil seals-rings -Antifriction bearings: Process sheets Sequence of processes of production for a particular product.0 7.

7. Blur print reading for Mechanical Trades by B.B. 46.for CCC candidates by SBTE&T 133 .-Hydraulic cylinder and piston -Crane hook -Belt drive REFERENCE BOOKS 1.Venkat Reddy Machine Drawing by Nagpal Production Drawing . 3. 2. K. 9. ( Suma Publishers. Production Drawing by K.I.S Code – SP . Lingaiah. Bangalore).R.Sachdeva. IS 696 – 1988 Machine Design date hand book – Vol I & II – Dr. 5. Drawing & B. 4. 6. Gupta. IS Code on fits and tolerances. Machine drawing by R. 8. IS 696 – 1972-Code of Practice for General Engg. Machine Drawing by Siddeswar.

male and female fit of threaded assembly Welding.4 spur gear cutting COURSE CONTENTS A. 3. Grinding skills of turning tool eccentric turning. fettling of above components 3.2 cutting of v-block in shaper 4. 4.3 milling machine operations 4. H. H – Joints.4 1. Produce articles of industrial application such as snap gauges. Perform special turning operations. 2. 3.Angular joints.0 . Cut threads on a lathe machine.3 1.5 Know the working of Lathe. Eccentric turning. plug gauges. T. 2-joints (H Joints and T Joints) 134 . pulleys. Produce utility articles such as shoe rack.1 shaper.2 1. 4.3 Casting.4 study of cupola furnace 4.2 Core preparation for hollow jobs 3. Grinding of turning tool 3. and will be a position to operate the same. Thread cutting 2. Combination of all operations. handle etc. Male and female fit of threaded assembly B. . 2.0 1. Perform the combination of operations to produce jobs.1 2. stools. Turning shop 1. Calculate the gear ratio for thread cutting. Welding 1.1 1. 3. the student should be able to 1. drawing table.WORKSHOP PRACTICE-III Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course.0 Foundry 3. and angular joints. Joint.0 Machine shop 4. dual desk tables etc : : : : Workshop practice-III M-408 06 90 2. pipe joint. 5. slotting operations 4. T.1 Prepare a mould for connecting rod.2 Weld the material to produce.

drawing table.cupola study D. 6. 2. Stools 7. 2.core making 3. Machine shop 1. shoper. 8. Foundry 1.pulleys. Connecting rod.4.5. 4. dual desk tables etc. slotting operations cutting of v-block in shaper milling machine operations spur gear cutting 135 .. Shoe Rack. 3. pipe joint C.

Young’s Modulus.S specimen 03 Compression Test Impact Test & hardness tests Torsion Test & Spring Tests Hardness tests Ultra sonic Testing to detect flaw is Dye penetrant test Total 03 03 03 03 03 24 OBJECTIVES On the completion of course a student should be able to: 1.6 1. 1.0 Material testing Laboratory – Understand the various material testing methods.4 1.5 1. Determine the modulus of rigidity by the method of deflection of helical springs. percentage elongation. Know the method of determining the Young’s modulus of material by the principle of deflection.9 1. Conduct experiments on timber to test for its compressive strength.11 Define the various properties of materials such as: yield stress. test 136 . 1.7 1.10 1.MATERIAL TESTING LABORATORY Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods/Semester : : : : Material Testing Laboratory M-409 03 24 Time schedule S. No. Know how to determine the flaws in a product such as casting etc using ultrasonic unit Know to determine the surface flaws by Dye penetrant. impact strength. 1.8 1. Ultimate stress.1 Learn the method of preparing a specimen for the metallography. 1. Perform tests to determine the above. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name of Experiment No of periods Study of Micro Structures of Metals & Alloys 06 Tensile test on M.3 Handle the metallurgical microscope to study the microstructures.2 Study and interpret the microstructure of specified ferrous and non ferrous metals. Appreciate the importance of various mechanical properties such as hardness.

Detection and measurement of surface and sub. 6. Detection of surface defects by Dye penetrant test. Brass. 4. pure iron. percentage elongation. ultimate stress. . Bronze Determination of yield stress. 7.G. 9.COURSE CONTENTS 1. Young’s modulus by conducting tension test on Universal testing machine. Aluminum. Study of microstructures of Mild steel. Grey cast iron.surface cracks by ultrasonic portable equipment. Specimen preparation for the metallography. 8. Determination of hardness of metal using Brinnel and Rockwell Testing methods. S. 3. percentage reduction. Iron. Determination of impact strength of the material using Izod and Charpy’s tests. 10. 2. 137 . Determination of crushing strength of timber. Determination of Young’s Modulus by the method of deflection. 5. Stainless steel. Determination of Modulus of rigidity of spring steel by the deflection of springs. Eutectoid steel.

6. Differentiate between a turbine and a pump.HYDRAULICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES LAB Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods/Semester : : : : Hydraulics & Hydraulics Machines Lab M-410 03 21 TIME SCHEDULE S. the student should be able to: 1. Identify the practical applications of impulse and reaction turbines. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Name of Experiment No of periods alloted 3 3 6 3 3 3 21 Venturimeter Pipe Friction Pelton Wheel Kaplan turbine Francis turbine Reciprocating pump Centrifugal Pump Jet Pump OBJECTIVES On Completion of the Course. Know the method of evaluating pipe friction for a given pipe. Differentiate between impulse and reaction turbines. 4. 10. 2. Appreciate the practical applications of venturimeter. Francis turbine for a given set of input data. Identify the formulae used in calculation of discharge by venturimeter. Know the principle of impulse and reaction turbines. 5. 9. Know the classification of water turbines. Kaplan turbine. Know the method of evaluating the performance characteristics of pelton wheel. 7. 3. 138 . Know the importance of pipe friction in practical environment. 8.

Determination of major losses in pipes due to friction. and efficiency of the Centrifugal pump 8. Know the working of a jet pump COURSE CONTENTS 1. and efficiency of Pelton wheel. 2. Determination of I.11. 6. and efficiency of Kaplan turbine.P. 13.P. 3. Determination of B. Determination of Coefficient of discharge of Venturimeter. Determination of B. Know the method of evaluating the performance characteristics of the above pumps. 5.P. Know the practical applications of the above pumps. and efficiency of Francis turbine. Know the working principle of reciprocating pump.P. Determination of B. Determination of I.P. Study of a jet pump 139 . 14. 12. centrifugal pump. 4. and overall efficiency of a reciprocating pump 7.

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NO Subject Duration Items 1. Seminar TOTAL • • • • 30 30 40 300 The industrial training shall carry 300 marks and pass marks is 50%. 141 . Second Assessment (at the end of 6th month) Max Marks Remarks 100 1 Practical Training in the Industry 6 Months 100 3.First Assessment (at the end of 3 rd month) 2. During Industrial training the candidate shall put in a minimum of 90%attendence. No apprenticeship training stipend is payable in such case. A candidate failing to secure the minimum marks should complete it at his own expenses.M-501 INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (Practical Training) V SEMESTER S. Training Report a) Log Book b) Training Report 4.

1 Know preventive precautions of each equipment in the plant.1 Know the function of each department/section 1. Understand the various stages involved in processing.0 3. 142 6.2 Draw the flow diagram.2 Understand various tools.2 Know the inter relationship among various department/sections Know the various raw materials used as feed stock and their source.0 Know the trouble shooting in process operation 5. uses and applications.0 4. 2.1 Understand the experimental methods to find out the quality of the product 4.2 2. 3.2 Startup and shut down procedures for the equipment and plant.0 . instruments used for quality checking.3 Precautionary measures to be taken. the student will be able to 1. Know the various pollutants emitted from the plant. 5. Know the importance of safety in industries 6. its composition and its commercial importance’s. Know the final products.DIPLOMA IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (CURRICULUM C-09) V SEMESTER (INDUSTRIAL TRAINING) Duration : 6 months OBJECTIVES On completion of a spell of practical training in a industry.0 Know the various analytical methods used in the quality control department 4. detail flow diagram of each process Understand the arrangement of various equipment and machinery in systematic manner in a less possible area of site.0 Know the organizational set up from top executive to workmen level 1.1 Understand the various intermediates produced and their further processing and / or waste disposal. 2.1 3. protection 6. sequential arrangement of different equipment.1 Understand the safety about personnel protection.2 Know the usage of various safety devices 6.0 equipment 7. 5.

2 7. Understand treatment method and disposal. Quality control of raw materials.1 7.7. 2. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 7. equipment etc.) Pollution control 143 .) 4. intermediates and end products Operational troubles and preventive measures Safety aspects (personnel.3 Understand effects of pollutants. 6. 3. intermediates and end products Process descriptions (Process flow diagrams and line tracing. Know the effective methods pollution control. Organizational set up Raw materials. 5. detailed flow diagrams etc.

8. 14. 10. No.(2) Staff member who assessed the student in the industry (3) Any other staff member of concerned department 5.e. A candidate shall be assessed twice in the spell of industrial training i. For Training report 30 marks For seminar 40 marks. 3. 3. The progress made during the end of assessment will be evaluated on the basis of the following parameters. ASSESSMENT SCHEME S. at the end of third month and finally before he/she completed the industrial training The assessment shall be carried out by a committee comprising of (a) A representative of the Industry where the candidate is undergoing training (b) A staff member of the concerned section of the polytechnic. 2. The remaining 100 marks are allotted as follows: For the log book 30 marks. These are to be evaluated at the institution at the end of training by a committee consisting following staff members (1) Head of Dept. The assessment at the end of the third month and the end of training shall each carry 100 marks for the progress made during the corresponding period of training. 144 . 11. 4. 13. 2. 1. 5. Name of the Parameter Attendance and punctuality Familiarity with Technical terms Familiarity with tools and material Attitude towards job Manual skills Application of knowledge Problem solving skills Comprehension and observation Safety and Environmental consciousness Human relations Ability to communicate Supervising ability General conduct during the period Maintenance of dairy Total: Max.INDUSTRIAL TRAINING SCHEME V SEMESTER 1. 9. Marks Allotted for each Parameter 5 6 10 7 4 10 10 4 3 4 6 10 6 15 100 4. 6. 12. concerned. 7.

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ENGLISH-IV Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per semester : : : : English-IV M-601 02 30 TIME SCHEDULE 146 .

3 4.3 Understand the evolution of management 1. Role of Enterprenuer and Enterprenuerial Development Total OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the student will be able to 1. 6.5 Understand functions of Management. 1.0 147 .Sales & Feasibility study Industrial legislation & safety Introduction to ISO 9000 & T. 2. 2.M. 1. 7.Q. 1.4 Explain the principles of scientific management. the organisation structure of an industry and the behaviour of an individual in an organisation.6 Differentiate between management and administration. 2. Major Topics Periods Weightage Of Marks 08 21 13 16 13 13 13 13 110 Short Essay Answer Type Question Questions s 01 02 01 02 01 01 01 01 10 ½ 1½ 01 01 01 01 01 01 08 1. 8 Principles and functions Management Organisation structure organisational behaviour Production Management of & 5 10 10 10 12 8 10 10 75 Materials Management Marketing .INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester TIME SCHEDULE : : : : Industrial Management And Entrepreneurship M –602 05 75 S.2 Know the need for management.1 Understand types of ownerships 2. 2. No. commerce (Trade) and business. Know types of ownerships.1 Define industry. 5.3 Understand salient features of joint stock companies.0 Understand the principles of management as applied to industry. 1.2 Differentiate types of ownerships. 1.

12 2. planning and control. 4.6 2. 4.0 148 . 4.4 2. 3. 4.9 Explain the Bin card.9 2.10 2.7 Explain dispatching. Understand the sources of manpower.5 Define reorder level. 4. 3. 4. 4. Outline the selection process.1 Explain the role of the materials in Industry. 4. Assess the incurring applicants.19 2. 3.9 Identify the critical path. 3.18 2.12 List out purchase records.6 Derive an expression for economic ordering quantity. 4. 3.8 Draw PERT/CPM networks.7 Explain stock layout. Understand the line. 4. 4. 3. Explain the trait theory of leadership.13 Describe the stores equipment 4. 3. Understand the different aspects of production management. Understand the role of materials management industries. planning and control.10 Describe Cardex method. 3.6 Explain scheduling methods.14 2.16 2.2 Relate the production department with other departments.3 State the need for planning and it’s advantages.4 Define safety stock. Understand organisational behaviour. Explain the process of decision Making.13 2. Explain the factors of effective organisation.5 Explain routing methods.0 Understand the philosophy and need of organisation structure of an industry.17 2. 4. Conduct for analysis.20 3.2.11 Explain purchasing procedures. staff and Functional organisations. 3.8 2.2 Derive expression for inventory control.7 2. 4. Explain behavioural theory of Leadership.11 2. State Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. staff and functional organisations.5 2. List out different leadership models. State motivation theories. Outline the communication process. List different departments in a large scale industry. List the advantages and limitations of line.8 List out stores records.3 Explain ABC analysis.1 Differentiate and integrate production.4 Explain the stages of Production.15 2.

7. 5. oligarchy.16 Explain the direct and indirect cost of accidents. 7. Understand ISO 9000 & TQM.11 Explain the concept of contribution.3 Describe mechanics of settlement of in outs.11 List out the important provisions related to safety. 6. Comprehend the provisions of industrial legislation in India.9 Explain the concept of cost. 5.4 Differentiate Sellers and Buyers’ market. 5.0 .9 List the beneficiaries of ISO 9000.2 Explain Sales function.5 List out Welfare activities.4 Know the Indian Standards on quality systems.14 Decide the location. 6. 6. 5. Bill of materials 5.15 Explain the causes of accidents. 6.1 Explain marketing functions. sales and feasibility study. 5.7 Differentiate product and production analysis.9 List out the salient features of Indian Factories Act.12 Explain the significance and mechanics of safety education. 6.e. 6.5 Differentiate monopoly. 6.14 List out different hazards in the Industry. & Safety procedures 6.0 Understand marketing.2 Know the quality systems and elements of quality systems. 5. 6. 6.3 Know the principles of quality Assurance. 6.5 Know the evolution of ISO standards. 5.6 Discuss ISO standards and ISO 9000 series of quality systems.10 Explain the importance of safety at Work place.1 Describe employer and employee relations.6 List out subsidy schemes. 5.7 State the constituents of ISO 9000 series of standards for quality systems.10 List out the elements of cost.15 Evaluate Economic and Technical factors.8 State the outstanding features and drawbacks of ISO 9000 series of standards. 7.16 Preparation of feasibility study. 6.8 List out the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers. 149 6.12 Explain break-even analysis. 7.5. 6.7 Explain the total welfare concept. 7. 7. 7.2 Describe the mechanics of Trade Unions. 5. 5. 6. i.17 List out provisions of Indian Electricity Rules laid in the electricity act1923.13 Explain hazard and accident.3 List out market conditions.17 List out different products currently in demand with market or industry.13 Define the main policy requirements.8 Identify the input materials. 5. 7.1 Understand the concept of quality. 5.10 Understand 5-S principles and ZERO DEFECT.0 7.6 Conduct market and demand surveys.4 Explain the significance of collective bargain. 7. 5. 6. 5. 5. 5. and perfect competition. 7. 6. 6.

need for planning and its advantages.10 Explain the method of site selection. 8. factories Act. Bin card. purchase records. rights and responsibilities and Employers and employees. Salient features of Indian Factories Act. Electrical. despatching. relation with other departments. 150 2. 8. Advantages and limitations. Private limited. departments in a large scale industry. consumer items. 8. decision making.2 Define the word entrepreneur. Materials Management. Union Settlement of disputes. types of Organisations. Philosophy.7 Determine the role of entrepreneurs in promoting Small Scale Industries. collective bargaining. Materials in industry. selection. 8. Effective organisation. Commerce and Business. Line and Staff and functional organisations. Economic and Technical Evaluation. communication.11 Outline the method of plant layout.Provisions. Sales. Industrial Cooperatives. reorder.5 Explain the requirements of an entrepreneur. Principles and functions of management. simple problems. Employer – Employee relations.6 Outline the expectations of Entrepreneurship. 5. 8.different products – Mechanical. Routing. 8. 6. motivation.0 Understand the role of entrepreneur in economic development and in improving the quality of life. 3. Cost Elements of Cost. Marketing. 8. Evolution of management theories. Consumer desires etc. perfect competition.13 List out the organisations that help an entrepreneur. functions of management. Types of ownership – Sole proprietorship. ABC Analysis. different theories. Stores records. stores equipment. Product and production Analysis. Economic ordering quantity. Industrial Legislation & safety. Organisation Structure & organisational behaviour. Market Survey. Electronics. PERT and CPM. Market conditions. 8. Pricing Policies. Sales & Feasibility Study Sellers and Buyers markets. Assessing applicants. preparation of Feasibility study reports. Materials input. Job analysis. 8. Break even analysis. Partnership. 8. scheduling. purchasing procedures. .4 Describe the profile of an entrepreneur. Important of Safety at work places. monopoly. inventory control model. Safety stock. oligarchy.9 Explain the method of product selection.8 Describe the details of self-employment schemes. Location. . Stores layout. Public limited company. Leadership in organisation.3 Determine the role of Entrepreneurship. Definitions of Industry. 4. Trade. Principles of Scientific Management. Total Welfare concept. Contribution. Manpower.8. Production Management. subsidies. Production. 8.1 Outline the concepts of Entrepreneurship. level. planning and control. Welfare activities. Marketing. 8. 8. COURSE CONTENTS 1. Difference of administration and management. Cardex.12 List the financial assistance programmes. Role of industry.

Edward.by Banga & Sharma. profile and requirement. purchasing. site selection. 6. purchaser – supplied product. IS 14002 : 1990. plant layout. Crosby W.Safety Education. Engineering Economics and Management Science . Deming. document control. IS 14000 : 1990. IS 14004 : 1990. IS 14001: 1990. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Hazards. expectation.by Buffa. contract review.S. Indian standards on quality systems – Main features of IS 13999 : 1990. Chennai. Self – employment schemes. 8. Joseph M. Personnel Management by Flippo. list the beneficiaries of ISO 9000 (Whom does ISO 9000 help). promotion of S. quality control and quality assurance. 7.P Khanna Production Management. S. role. Elements quality systems : Management responsibility. process control. financial assistance programmes. Drawbacks of ISO 9000 series of standards.I. product identification and traceability. quality policy.B. Jura Kooru Ishikawa. quality management. 4. Publishers. Entrepreneurship – by NITTT&R. causes of accidents. Inspection and testing. Shigco Shingo. 3. Quality systems – Definitions of the terms used in quality systems like. design control. IS 14003: 1990. Concept of quality discussed by B. Industrial Engineering and Management -by O. Product selection. quality systems. 5-S principles – importance – meaning – approach – benefits Various standards under ISO – Outstanding features of ISO 9000 series of standards – ISO 9000 Phenomenon ISO 9000 series of quality systems – Constituents of ISO 9000 series of standards for quality systems. Concept. Introduction to ISO 9000 and TQM. Institutional support needed. Quality system. 5. Indian Electricity rules.S.I Hand Book by S. definition. Principles of quality assurance – Definition of quality assurance. 151 . Role of Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurial Development.P. Genichi Taguchi. entrepreneurship Vs Management. Cost of accidents. 2. Know the necessity of International standards – Evolution of ISO.

1. Identify the elements of chart used in method study.14. State the purpose of work Measurement. Assemble the elements with symbols to form the required chart.13. 1. State the rules for elemental Break down 1. 4. Distinguish between the terms quality of design and quality of Manufacturing.15.INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & ESTIMATING AND COSTING Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Industrial Engineering & Estimating and Costing M-603 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE No.6.1.9. 5 6 7 8 a) Method Study b)Work Measurement Inspection & S.11. 1. Explain the need for rating factor. 152 .C. Describe the sequence of making Time – study. 1. Fundamentals of estimation Elements of costing Estimation of Weights Estimation of Machining times Estimation of Fabrication costs Estimation of Forging & Foundry costs Total 15 10 20 05 05 05 05 05 05 75 13 13 16 13 13 13 13 13 03 110 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08 OBJECTIVES On completion of the subject the student should be able to 1. Understand the principle of work study. Describe the time – study Equipment. 1.16. State the steps involved in method study. 1.1. 1. 2.Q.3. 2. 1. State the advantages of work – sampling. Explain the importance of Allowances.4. of Periods Weight age of Marks Short Answer Questions Essay Type Questions Sno.2. Apply method study to a given situation.10. State the advantages of PMTS (Predetermined Motion Time Standards). 3. State the procedure of recording the Time. Major Topics Work Study 1. 2.8.12.5.7. 1. 1. State the purpose of work – sampling. Compute the standard time for an operation using observed time. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. Compute normal time. Understand inspection procedures & the quality control functions.

4. List out the elements of costing. Understand the fundamentals of estimation. Solve simple problems on the above. 4.illustration 1.2.7.8.1.purpose 1. 2. 2. material and overhead costs.3.5. List – out the elements of costing such as Direct material.5. Estimation of machining times Estimate time required for machining like turning. Know inspection procedures. 7. 6. Estimate selling expenses. 2. Method study -procedure 1.8. 1. Estimate the selling price. Flow process chart .3.1. drilling. State the characteristics of normal distribution. 2.2. 3. 3. 1.1. 3.4. 3.4.5. Estimation of planning and production. Outline process chart -illustration 1. Process chart symbols-types 1. Flow diagrams-illustration 153 . Determine the items that constitute on costs. Meaning and purpose.4. Calculate the volumes and the weight of the material required. Estimate the weight of material required for a product Divide the component drawing into simple and smaller geometrical configurations. Discuss quality variation parameters. 8. 8. 5. Define the terms net and gross weight.7.1. 7. 3. 6. Components of Work study – Method study & Time study 1.2. 3. 2.6.1. 4. Appraise the terms prime cost.9. filler rods. Work Study.4. 5.3. Know the components that go into foundry costs COURSE CONTENTS Contribution of work study to productivity 1. Interpret control chart for “process in control” or “process out of control”.5.3. Use table for obtaining consumption of gas.2. Discuss quality – cost relationship. 3. Estimate the cost of fabrication.2. total cost overheads and depreciation. 6. 4. screw cutting Solve problems on the above. Determine the items that go into Prime cost.6.6. factory cost. Estimation of design time. Method study. 8. 5. Construct control charts for variables and attributes. Estimating labour. 5.3. 3. Calculate the cost of a product taking into consideration all the items.2.1. and rate of welding for different types of welding.2. 2. Identify the situation where Random Sampling is useful.7. 4. 8.2. Estimate forging and foundry costs Estimate the loss in forging. State the different inspection methods. 5. 2. Estimate procurement or manufacturing time for special tools or equivalent. Estimate the fabrication cost. 4.2. Estimation of drafting time.3.1. Calculate the selling price of a Product.4. 7. direct labour and overhead expenses. Estimate the cost of material.

9. 2. 2. String diagram -illustration Two handed process chart-illustration Micro motion study.5. 2.total cost and selling price 4. Stop watch study . simple problems on Normal and standard times PMTS-necessity . 2.17.20.19. 2.1.types X and R charts – concept Method of constructing X-R chart-simple problems Control chart for attributes – advantages Method of constructing – fraction defective and no.13. 1. Simple problems on Normal curve applications Control charts – necessity . 1. materials. production time. Terminology of sampling inspection 2. 2.12.14. 1. Difference between estimation and costing 3. 2.concept Principles of Motion economy Therbligs SIMO Chart Cycle graph -Chronocyclegraph Time study -purpose. Single sampling plan – illustration 2. overheads 4. 1. 4. 1.13. 2. A B C standards – use of tables 2. 2.2.4. 1.9.15. 1. Elements of cost . drafting time.chance causes Quality characteristics-variables-attributes Normal curve-properties of normal curve. Definition of Prime cost. 1. Acceptance criteria for single and double sampling plans using tables-simple problems 3. 2.18.1.16.7. Classification of cost .6.3. 2. Principle constituents of estimating the cost of a component 3.5. factory cost.23. 1.10.procedure Performance rating –concept Rating scales Time allowances Determination of Normal Time & standard time. 1.19.1.8.15. 1.11. planning time. 1. 1.advantages Work sampling-concept – advantages Simple problems on Work sampling Inspection and Statistical quality control Quality-quality of design-quality conformance-quality assurance Quality -cost relationship. OC curve – illustration-importance 2. of defectives charts-simple problems 2.necessity 3.17.3. Double sampling plan . Inspection – objectives of inspection Methods of inspection Quality control-necessity variation in manufacture-assignable causes .11.3. Fundamentals of estimating 3. 1.4.25.10.2. 2. labour and expenses 4.18.1.14. 1.direct material. 2. Elements of costing. Meaning of Estimation – necessity 3. production cost .21.material. direct labour and overhead s 4.2.20.16. Calculation of the selling price of a product – simple problems 154 . Meaning of costing . 2. 2.24.4. Meaning of design time. labour.illustration 2. 1.22.12.

Estimation of forging and foundry costs.Q. Estimation of Machining times 6.5.1.R.2. S. Principles of dividing the component drawing into simple and smaller geometrical configurations.3. Estimation of arc welding costs-components that go into cost 7.C – by Grant & Levenworth S.simple problems.5.2.machining time-purpose of calculating machining time 6. Estimation of fabrication cost. Estimation of weights of materials 5. drilling. .2. Simple problems on estimation of turning times 6. 7.4.5. Simple problems on estimation of weights of machine components. 5.by T.1. Depreciation-sinking fund method.4. Simple problems on estimation of arc welding costs 8.1.2.5. 6. Table showing the specific weights of important engineering materials 5. REFERENCE BOOKS Work study – by Ralph Banes.R. Patten allowances used in Foundry – net weight – gross weight 8. Formulae for Drilling – screw cutting times 6.4. Meaning of cutting speed – feed – depth of cut. 5. Forging loses – net weight – gross weight 8.3. Review of mensuration formulae for regular 3D solids including solids of revolutions and segments 5. Estimating & costing -by Narang & Acharya Estimating & Costing -by T. 8.5.Q.C -by Juran Industrial Engineering & Management Science. Estimation of gas welding time using tables 7. Review of mensuration formulae for regular 2D figures including fillets. Formulae for all basic turning times 6. Components that go into forging costs 8. Work study – by I.O.4.Banga Estimating & Costing .1.by Agarwal. Banga – Sharma. segments of circles 5. Components that go into foundry costs 8. 155 . Simple problems on calculation of forging loses given net weight. Simple problems on combination of turning.3. screw cutting times 7.4.L. Oxy-acetylene gas welding – principle – rightward and leftward techniques 7. Simple problems on estimation of gas welding times 7.3.

5.2. Illustrate the working principle of CNC system 2. 2. Familiarize with the term Machining Centre 2. Define CAM 1.2.1. Identify CAD software and hardware 1.7.4. 3.6. Appreciate importance of Auto CAD as a CAD software 1. Differentiate between NC. Familiarize with Graphic Work Station. Identify the various spindle drives environment 156 . Define numerical control 2. Appreciate the advantages of CAM 1. Familiarize with the term computer integrated production system 1.8.7.8. Identify the components of NC & CNC systems 2. Define CAD 1. 1. Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 1. Appreciate the role of CNC in computer integrated manufacturing 2. Identify the functions of CAM 1.10.3.1. of WEIGHTAGE periods 20 20 20 10 05 75 29 29 26 16 10 110 SHORT 3 3 2 2 0 10 ESSAY 2 2 2 1 1 08 OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the student should be able to 1. 4. Manufacturing Methodology on NC system 2. CNC Machines and their Components 2.9. CNC & DNC systems 2. Familiarize with the terms material requirement planning (MRP I) and manufacturing resources planning (MRP II) 2.CAD/CAM Subject Title Subject Code Periods per week Period per semester : : : : CAD / CAM M – 604 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Sl No. Major Topics Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing CNC Machines and their components CNC Part Programming CIMS & Flexible Manufacturing Systems Robotics TOTAL No.9.3. Identify advantages of CAD 1.5.6. 1.5. Identify the maintenance aspects of CNC machines 2.4.

Appreciate the advantages of CIMS 4.3. Identify FMS as a sub set of CIMS 4.1.5. Appreciate the role of robots in CIMS COURSE CONTENTS 1. Identify the various elements of a robot 5.8. COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING Introduction to CAD Benefits of CAD Stages of CAD CAD input out put devices CAD Output devices CAD display devices Types of CAD systems Types of CAD soft ware Features of different CAD software Computer communications Types of computer communications networks 157 . Appreciate the necessity of CIMS 4.4. Differentiate between manual and computer aided programming methods 3. sub routines. Identify the applications of robots 5.5. feed. Appreciate the importance of coordinate measuring machine.10.7.2. Identify the various programming cycles like thread cutting cycle etc.2. Write a part program in G & M codes for a simple turning job 3.10. 4. 1. Familiarize with G & M codes 3.12. Appreciate the necessity of tool nose radius compensation in programming 3. 1. Appreciate the importance of macros. 1.3. 1.6. 2. Advantages of CNC-CMM 5. 1. Know the method of programming tool information.2.6.9. Illustrate the main features of CNC-CMM 4. Classify robots 5. Familiarize with APT programming 4. 1.3. Define CIMS 4.11.13. Illustrate slide ways Familiarize with linear motion bearings. 3. 1. speed data 3. 1. 1. Familiarize with structure of NC part program 3.1.7.4.6.2.2. 1. canned cycles.1. 2. Illustrate the working of FMS 4.4. CIMS & FMS 4.9. recirculatory ball screws Appreciate the importance of automatic tool change Illustrate tool magazine Identify the various feed back devices 3. Illustrate the working of a manipulator 5.1. Define a robot 5.11.7. 2.8.10. 2.5.14.8. 1. CNC PART PROGRAMMING 3.6. Identify the benefits of FMS 4.3. Illustrate the types of end effectors 5. Identify the components of FMS 4. ROBOTICS 5.4.7.9. mirror image 3.5.

11.7. Machining centers -Types 2.14. linear interpolation-coding 3. subroutines 3. zero points-types 3. Functions of each component of a CNC system 2.16.1. CNC. Macros 3.20. Programming Practice problems on Plain turning 3.17.10. CNC coordinate system 3.12. Introduction to numerical control 2.7.15. CNC MACHINES AND THEIR COMPONENTS 2. Care and maintenance of CNC machines 2. Preparatory functions (G codes) 3.16. Programming Practice problems on Step turning 158 . 1.19.12. CNC PART PROGRAMMING 3.19. APT programming 3. 1.15.14. Layout of NC system 2.14. Manual part programming -format 3. Functions of each component of NC system 2. 1. Introduction to CAM Functions of CAM Benefits of CAM Integrated CAD / CAM Organization – concept Necessity of CAD/CAM integration Computer integrated production system – features Computer integrated production system -advantages Introductory treatment to MRP I Introductory treatment to MRP-II 2.10.17.4.5. 2.2. Thread cutting cycles 3. Circular interpolation methods-coding 3.18.5. 1. Block diagram of CNC system 2. Features of NC system 2. DNC 2. Taper turning cycles 3.18. Spindle drives – DC drive – AC drive and linear induction motors 2.19. comparative treatment of features for NC. Limitations of NC system in comparison to conventional systems 2. mirror image 3.12. Steps involved in CNC part programming 3.8.17. Manufacturing methodology on NC system 2.15.6.9.11.1. Slide ways – types with illustrations 2.13. Feed back devices – encoders – linear transducers’ 3.8.3.18. 1.13. 1. Advantages of NC system 2.13. Development of CNC and DNC systems 2. Bearings – linear motion bearings – recirculatory ball screws 2.2. 1. Tool nose radius compensation 3.20.1. Co-ordinates referencing methods 3.9. Specifications of CNC machines. Working principle of CNC system – advantages over NC system 2. Automatic tool change – working of tool magazine 2. Miscellaneous functions (M codes) 3.6. Peck drilling cycles 3.16.4.3. 1.

1.8.2. Industrial application of robots – advantages and limitations REFERENCE BOOKS : 1. 2. Adithan CAD. Advantages and limitations of FMS 4. PHI – Paul G. McGraw Hill – Bedworth David.5.7. Advantages of CNC-CMM 5. 5. Functions of each component 4. CIM ------.BY Radha Krishnan.N. CNC CMM – features 4. 4. CAM. Rao CNC Machines.2. Pabla and M.S.20. Manipulator – illustration – degrees of freedom 5. PHI – Gordon. Components of robot – illustration – functions of each component 5. Computer Integrated Design And Manufacturing. Necessity of FMS 4.1. Introduction to CMM 4. 6. N.3. Components of FMS –illustration 4. New Age – B.types with illustration – necessity and application 5.3. D Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Ranky Industrial Robotics. CIMS & FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 4. Necessity of CIMS 4.10.4. Flexible manufacturing system – features 4. 3.9.4. End effectors . Computer integrated manufacturing system – features 4.3. Definition of robot – classification – features – necessity 5. 159 . Mair Computer Aided Manufacturing. K. TMH – T.5. P. Kundra.6. Programming Practice problems on Taper turning 4. ROBOTICS 5.

1 Understand the design of shafts. To state general design procedure. 2.1. chain drives & Gears Cams Fly wheels & Governors Total Periods 05 12 17 25 12 04 75 Weightage of Marks 08 21 26 36 13 06 110 Short Answer Questions 01 02 02 02 01 02 10 Essay Type Questions 1 /2 1½ 02 03 01 -08 OBJECTIVES On completion of the study of the subject a student should be able to comprehend the following 1. 2. 3.S. 3.3.3 To make a proportionate sketch. 160 .7 Name the recommended materials used for keys and splines. 1. 1. Shafts. Nuts & Screws Shafts. angle of twist and deflection. Introduction To understand the basic requirements of design. Keys & Couplings Belts. 3.5 Know standard sizes of shafts as per I.2 State the types and functions of shafts. keys and couplings under permissible conditions of strength and rigidity. 3. 3.5.4 Design an axle.8 Explain the possible ways of failure of a key under load.4. 3.3 Design solid and hollow shafts to transmit a given power a given RPM. 2.2 Design the size of bolt for a given load requirement.6 Explain the function of keys and splines.1 To appreciate the theory of strength calculations. Nuts and Screws. under permissible conditions of shear stress combined bending and torsion. 2. 1. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 Major Topics Introduction Bolts. 1. Keys and Couplings 3. 3. To define the term design. 1.DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods/Semester : : : : Design of Machine Elements M – 605 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S. To use relevant Indian Standard Codes. Bolts. To identify the factors governing design.2. 3.

b) S.9 To explain the nomenclature of spur gear tooth. 5.14 4.8 To explain & state advantages of rope/chain drives. effort and power of governor. 6.7 Description of Watt Governor & Porter Governor 6.3. 4.(problems omitted) 161 5. 4.10 3.. . 4.6 To design belt dimensions for a given power transmission. isochronism.6 Write the classification of governors. 5.displacement diagram for lift motion for: a) Uniform velocity. 6.11 3.3 To define terms related to cam profile.8 To explain terms – sensitiveness. 4.9 3. 6. in terms of module. Design a cast iron flange-coupling (rigid type) for a given torque. chains and gears.11 To identify various tooth profiles of gear. 4. 6. Design and sketch a rectangular sunk key considering failure against shear and crushing for a given torque and also using empirical relations. 4.5 To draw simple cam profiles in above three cases for a knife edged. Calculate various dimensions of muff coupling for a shaft of given size using empirical relations and sketch. 4.4 To know the function of governor 6. c) Uniform acceleration & retardation.4 To draw angular .12 To state the applications of different types of gears. 4.1 To know the selection criteria of various means of power transmission.5 To understand the differences between function of governor and flywheel.13 3. 4.5 To compute power transmitted.4 To design a stepped pulley for a belt drive.12 3.14 To apply design calculation of straight spur gears.2 To identify various types of belts.S. 5.2 Explain the terms related to flywheel.10 Write-down empirical values for addendum etc.M.2 To classify the cams. 6.13 To state Lewi’s formula for tooth load. Belts. stability.1 To understand the features of cam profile.1 State the function of flywheel. 4. Explain the function of a coupling. 4. hunting. Fly wheels and Governors 6.I.H. 4. flat and roller followers. 4. 5. Cams.3 To identify different types of drives in belts. gib-head and taper sunk keys as per B. 5. Know the specifications of parallel. 4.7 To apply the effect of centrifugal tension in the above cases.3 State the formula for energy store by flywheel(problems omitted). 6. Write all the proportions of a spline for a given application referring tables.

form of threads – specifications. sketching the same from the computed dimensions. Couplings : Function of coupling & types of couplings. Calculation & sketching bolt & nut using empirical proportions. Nuts and Screws Revision of nomenclature. Introduction Factors governing the design of machine element. Rigid flange coupling : Calculation of dimensions for a C. Keys and Couplings Function of shafts and materials used for them. ii) Combined bending and torsion. mechanical properties of the material of the product. Design of diameters for solid and hollow shafts to transmit a given power at given rpm. Check for strength. general sequence of steps in designing a machine or element.I. hand books and other data manuals. Cost.using empirical proportions.COURSE CONTENTS 1.S. Calculation of proportions of a muff coupling (solid) for a given shaft size using empirical formulae. 2. Design of rectangular sunk key using empirical proportions for given diameter of the shaft. Design of axle. applications of eye-bolt. durability. life of product and safety. Design of Nut – Hexagonal and square shapes only. Bolts.. Proportions for a spline for a given application using tables. Numerical problems and sketching. i) Angle of twist. nature of load. i) Modulus of rigidity. Numerical problems Function of keys and splines specification of splines. Thread. use of machine design data. i) Shear stress. Standard sizes of shafts as per I. 3. Design of a rectangular sunk key considering its failure against shear and crushing – Given the power transmitted by the shaft and rpm. Shafts. Design of eye bot for a given load and sketching . Need of standard data for design purpose. flange coupling and coupling bolts for a given torque using empirical proportions – Sketching the flange coupling with the computed dimensions. working stress. ii) Deflection. 162 . Discussion over nature of failure of key-effect of key way and the shaft strength. b) Given permissible conditions of rigidity. Materials of keys and splines.stresses due to external forces stress due to combination of forces – Stresses due to shear loads application. reliability. under a) Given permissible conditions of strength. process of manufacture. bolt and nut – Nature of loads and failures to which a bolt can be subjected to initial stresses due to tightening .

Flywheel for punching operations. Construction of cam profile of a plate cam with knife edged. Permissible stress in the belt per unit width : per unit cross section. Concept of centrifugal tension – Relation between centrifugal tension and the tension on tight side for transmitting maximum power (derivation omitted). Selection of gear wheels to cut threads for a given pitch on a lathe. compound reverted & Epi cyclic gear trains. Working principle of plate and cylindrical cams. 6 REFERENCES 1. Effort and power of governor and simple problems. Governor--its function –types:(A) Centrifugal governor. 2. uniform acceleration and retardation and simple harmonic motion – Time Vs. power developed by engine. Explanations of terms cam profile.flat & roller follower for all three types of motions stated above. Numerical problems. base-circle. Stability. Portergovernor—(B) Inertia governor. 5. Sensitiveness. Calculation of belt thickness and width for given permissible stress for open and crossed belts. Hunting. compound and reverted gear train for a given speed rating and sketching the arrangement.Thomas Bevan. Isochronism. Expression for the ratio of driving tensions (without proof).S.Abdulla Shariff. chains and Gears Belt drive. considering centrifugal tension and without it. Problems on screw cutting on lathe – Back gear assembly 3 – Speed gear box of an automobile. trace point. Nomenclature of radial cam. Belts.Pandya and Shah. Gear teeth terminology – Pitch diameter – Circular pitch and module of gear wheel. Chain drives – Types of chains – Roller and silent chains. Fly wheels and Governors Purpose and applications – Calculation of size of flywheel given turning moment diagram. Theory of machines. 163 . Simple. types of drives length of the open and crossed belts (without proof). Problems on drawing of cam profiles as stated above for the follower axis passes through the axe of the cam shaft. 4.R. Machine Design . Design of Machine Elements .Simple Watt governor. Description and application of epicyclic gear trains (Problems not included) Cams Classification of cams and followers – uses.4. cam angles. 3. Motion follower – Uniform velocity.Khurmi. Design of stepped pulley belt drive only. Design for number of teeth for simple. displacement diagram only. Design of Machine Elements .

1. steam jet water refrigeration.0 Understand the various methods of Refrigeration. Know the history of refrigeration.10 Know principle of closed air Refrigeration.8 Analyse carnot refrigeration Cycle. Evaluate power required per ton of refrigeration. of Weightage Periods 10 20 20 10 10 05 75 16 29 29 13 13 10 110 Short Answer questions 2 3 3 1 1 10 Essay Type Questions 1 2 2 1 1 1 08 OBJECTIVES: On completion of the course the student should be able to 1.1 Define refrigeration.9 Analyse Bell-Colomen air-cycle. 1. 1. 1. Applications of Air Conditioning Total No. 2. Know principles involved in different methods of refrigeration such as ice. Major Topics Fundamentals of Refrigeration & Air Refrigeration Vapour compression & Vapour absorption Refrigeration Systems Refrigerants.11 Compare open air system with closed air system.7 Know the principle of open air refrigeration. ice. Define coefficient of Performance. liquid nitrogen refrigeration. dry. 5. 1. Express unit of refrigeration in Terms of ton of refrigeration. 4. 164 . 3. Refrigeration equipment & Applications Fundamentals of A/c & A/c Equipment Psychrometry. No. 1.REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Refrigeration and Air conditioning M-606(A) 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Sl. 6. 1.

State the desirable properties of refrigerants absorbers.5 4.0 2.13 3.F dust collector. Analyse vapour compression refrigeration with the help of T-S and P-H diagrams. Understand fundamentals of A/c and A/c equipment Define air conditioning. Illustrate the working of electrolux refrigeration.14 3.2 3. Identify modern application of A/c.7 2. Illustrate the working of domestic refrigerator. Explain the air distribution system.6 2. filters (wet. DBT & WBT. Know the importance of vapour compression system.3 2. Illustrate various types of evaporators such as shell & tube. Identify refrigerant – Absorber pairs in the above system.0 3.8 2. Illustrate different types of condensers such as shell & tube.4 2. Describe the working principle of continuous absorption system.3 3. Know the function of condenser.10 3.1 2. Illustrate the working of cold storage. Identify the commonly used refrigerants. flooded tube type.0 5. Know the Refrigerants.4 4. and Vapour absorption Refrigeration Systems.6 3. Calculate “COP” of the ideal vapour absorption system. Illustrate the working of water cooler. Relative humidity. Illustrate the use of heating and cooling coils. dew point. fin and tube. Explain the production of dry ice.11 2.11 3.4 3.1 Understand Vapour Compression.2 4.13 2. Know the principle of simple vapour absorption systems.2.15 4.6 5.12 3. shall and coil.2 2.0 4. electric & viscous types) C. Illustrate the refill type and throw away type dryers.5 3. Absolute humidity. Illustrate the functions of various types of expansion devices such as capillary tube. Explain A/c as applied to human comfort. flooded tube type. Know the effects of under cooling and super heating and effect of pressure changes on COP.1 4. Illustrate the working of ice Plant. Refrigeration Equipment and applications of Refrigeration Distinguish between primary and secondary refrigerants.10 2. shell and coil.14 3.9 2.5 2. Know the use of flash chamber and accumulator.12 2. Illustrate the working of Lithium Bromide absorption refrigeration system. Calculate COP of plant working on vapour compression system. Define the terms humidity. fin and tube. Differentiate two fluid system and three fluid absorption system. thermostatic expansion valves and solenoid valves.8 3. Distinguish wet and dry compression.9 3. humidity ratio. Illustrate the functions of fans. 165 .1 3. Identify the requirements of Refrigerants.7 3. Illustrate different types of compressors such as reciprocating and rotary types. ducts. dry. Know the properties of refrigerants.3 4. Understand Psychrometry.

Principle of vapour absorption refrigeration. Illustrate the working of window air – conditioner.0 Fundamentals of Refrigeration and Air Refrigeration Introduction – Definition and meaning of refrigeration.O. Explain the psychrometric patterns for heating and cooling processes.4 6. Domestic refrigerators – ice plant. Plot psychometric processes on the above chart.4 6. Illustrate the working of summer/winter/year round air conditioners.0 6.3 6.3 5.1 6. 2..2 6. C. Illustrate the working of A/c systems viz. Principle & analysis of vapour compression refrigeration system with the help of T-S & P-H diagrams – wet. Thermodynamic analysis of Refrigeration cycles. Illustrate the working of air coolers. Condensers – types of condensers.. Refrigeration Equipment and applications Primary and secondary refrigerants with examples – requirements of a refrigerant – properties of refrigerants – Commonly used refrigerants Compressors – types of compressors.P of vapour absorption system Refrigerants and absorbents – their properties – two fluid & three fluid systems electrolux refrigeration – comparison of vapour absorption and vapour compression systems. Vapour Compression and absorption Refrigeration Systems.5.O.P. dry and superheated compression – Refrigerating effect – Effect of pressure changes on C. Evaporators – types of evaporators. REFRIGERATION COURSE CONTENTS 1. Illustrate the working of cooling tower installations.0 166 .0 3.2 5. Refrigerants. centralised and unitary systems. Appreciate the applications of A/C. Water cooler – cold storages – production of dry ice. methods of refrigeration – unit of refrigeration – COP. effect of sub – cooling of condense on COP and capacity – effect of super heating of vapour before compression – flash chamber and accumulator.5 Explain the features of psychrometric chart. Carnot refrigeration cycle – Air refrigeration cycle (Bell – Coloman) open air and closed air systems of refrigeration( problems omitted ). Expansion devices – types of expansion devices – Refill type and throw away dryers.

Psychrometric patterns for heating & cooling processes. 5. 4.0 6. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – by Domakundavar Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – by Arora Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – by Sarao & Gabi Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – by Dosatt Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – by Stoecker 167 . supply ducts. 5. 2. central A/C system – unitary system. Psychrometry: Psychrometry – Psychrometric terms – Psychrometric chart – Solving problems with psychrometric chart – Practical applications of psychrometric terms – Psychrometric processes. return outlets and ducts. A/C Cycle equipment such as fans. filters & dust collectors heating/cooling coil-Air distribution.AIR CONDITIONING 4. outlets. Applications of A/C: Air coolers – window air conditioner’s – (split & package type ) – cooling towers – A/C systems: summer/winter/year round A/C.0 REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 3.0 Fundamentals of A/c and A/c equipment Comfort air conditioning: Human comfort – effective temperature – Factors governing effective temperature conditions that effect body heat – comfort chart.

transmission system. 1. 1.0 Introduction & Chassis construction 1. 1.1 Identify various components of an automobile . controls of the automobiles. of Periods 12 18 14 09 14 8 75 Weightage of Marks Short Answer Questions 2 4 1 1 1 1 10 Essay Type Questions 1 2 1½ 1 1½ 1 08 1 2 3 4 5 6 16 32 18 13 18 13 110 168 .No Major Topics Introduction & Chassis Construction Transmission & Clutches Propeller shaft and rearexle Suspenson system Front axle and steering Brakes Total OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to 1. 1.4 Explain conventional Chassis construction.2 Explain the function of basic structure. 1. of periods/week Periods/Semester : : : : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING M-606(B) 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE Number S.7 Defects in Frames.3 Identify the various types of Chassis construction.AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Subject Title subject code No. auxiliaries.8 Explain the frameless construction.6 Identify the materials for frame 1. power plant.5 Explain Frame construction. 1.

3 Know about various universal joints in automobile 3.1 Understand the terms Front Axle and Steering.6 Identify loads on rear axle.Necessity of transmission.10Under steering – over steering. 4. 5.9 Identify the main types of clutches. 2. 5.5 Sketch general arrangement of a live rear axle 3.3 Concept of total resistance to the vehicle motion . 4.2 Functions of transmission system. 3. 2. 4.0 Front Axle and Steering.0 Propeller Shaft and rear axle.8 Correct Steering angle.4 Factors of wheel alignment. 2.6 Lubrication of gear box.5 Selector Mechanism. 2. 5. 7.7 The environment (Requirements) for the effective functioning of Clutch.4 Types of gear boxes. 2. 3.4 Construction of leaf spring and its mounting on front and rear axles. 2.7 Steering linkages. 2.10 Cornering force – Self righting torque. 2. 3. 2.2 Stub Axle types.2. 4.2 Identify various factors considered for suspension 4.2 Explain construction of propeller shaft.1 Objectives of vehicle suspension. 4.8 Mechanical operation of clutch. 3. 169 .7 Identify different methods of supporting rear axle.12Hydraulically operated (Fluid type) clutch.0 Transmission &Clutches 2.3 Know about different types of suspension springs 4. 5.10Principle of friction clutches.Brake Adjustment.6 Explain air suspension system with a diagram. 3.7 Explain the principle of shock absorber. 4. 2. 5.4 Functions and operation of a differential in an automobile. 3.11Different types of dry friction clutches.8 Explain the construction and working of a telescopic type of shock absorber. 2.6 Steering geometry 5.5 Different types of rubber springs. 5.0 Suspension System 4. 5.1 Understand the term Transmission.8 Know the difference between semi-Floating and fully floating rear axle. 2.3 Front wheel assembly 5. 5. 3.tractive effort.1 Identify the functions of propeller shaft.13Components of clutch.5 Balance of wheels-Inflation of tyres.9 Steering mechanism 7.

8 Draw a schemetic diagram showing the layout of complete air pressure system of brakes and explain the working of its main units in detail.4 Working of Sliding mesh – Constant mesh – Synchromesh – gear box.3 Know about the wheel skidding and techniques to prevent wheel skidding.9 Mechanical operation of clutch.7.7 Functions of clutches. 1. 6.6 Describe frame construction with a neat sketch. Describe mechanical shoe brake.4 6. 1. 170 .4 Working of selector mechanism with gear lever on top of transmission case.2 Explain briefly the transfer of weight during braking operation. 2.1 identify the various components of an automobile.1 Know the requirements of automobile brake. 1.3 Different types of Chassis construction. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 6. 6. 1.5 6. 1.9 Explain the frameless construction with a sketch.10 Main types of clutches like friction and fluid 2. transmission system.7 Identify the various materials for frame. 6.4 Explain the functions of the Frame. the auxiliaries the controls and the superstructure of an Automobile.12Description and working of dry friction clutches – Single plate multi plate. 6.3 Concept of total resistance to the vehicle motion – Tractive effort . Classify the brakes.6 lubrication of gear box. 2. 2. 1.8 Requirements of Clutch.11Principle of power steering. 2. 2.6 6. 2. the power plant.0 Introduction & Chassis construction 1.11Principle of friction clutches – coefficient of friction (µ). Axial Pressure (w) and mean radius of contact surfaces(R) 2.0 Transmission and Clutches 2.2 To know briefly about the basic structure.0 Brakes 6.necessity of transmission.2 Functions of transmission system 2.1 Introduction 2. 1. 1.7 Various factors influencing braking effect.8 Briefly explain about subframes and defects in frames. 2.5 Explain the loads on the frame. Braw a simple diagram to show the layout of a hydraulically operated four wheel brake system and explain its working in detail. 2.

4. 3. 4. 4. 6. 5. 5.1 State the objectives of vehicle suspension 4.0 Propeller Shaft and rear axle. 171 .6 Explain different loads on rear axle. 2.3 Explain wheel skidding and describe techniques to prevent wheel skidding.4 Explain the function and operation of differential in an automobile.7 Explain different methods of supporting rear axle shafts with sketch.3 Different types of suspension springs.7 Details of Ackerman steering mechanism.8 Explain the difference between semi-floating and fully floating rear axle. 6. 6. 5. 5.2.5 Classification of brakes.clutch facing – pressure plate – Springs – Bearings. Geometry – Camber – Kingpin inclination – combined angle . 3.3 Description of front wheel stub axle assembly. construction and working of a telescope type of shock absorber.6 Explain briefly the action of air springs 4. 3.2 Explain the construction of propeller shaft with a neat sketch. 4. clutch plate. 4.5 Draw the general arrangement of a live rear axle. 3. 3.2 Stub axle connection.1 Introduction to front axle.1 State the requirements of a automobile brake.4 Factors influencing of wheel alignment .5 Explain different types of rubber springs.8 Explain principle.6 Explain mechanical shock brake with a neat sketch.4 Describe various factors influencing braking effect. 5.Inflation of tyres – Brake adjustment-Concept of Steering.8 Concept of cornering force-self righting torque.7 Draw the schematic diagram showing the layout an air suspension system and describe the semi. 3. 6. 5.7 Show the layout of a hydraulically operators four wheel brake system with a simple diagram and explain its working in detail.14Brief description of Components of clutch. 5. 4.2 Explain briefly the transfer of weight during braking operators.9Concept of under steering & over steering. 3.0 Suspension System 4.2 Explain the factors to be considered for suspension system.0 Front Axle and Steering 5.4 Explain the construction of leaf spring and how it is mention on rear and front axles with neat sketch. 6.5 Factors pertaining to wheels – Balance of Wheels . 3.1 State the functions of propeller shaft.13Working of Hydraulically operated single plate clutch. 6. 6.castor – Toe-in & Toe-out.0 Brakes 6.ELLIOT – Reversed ELLIOT – LAMOINE – Reversed LAMOINE – brief Description.6 Steering linkage – principle of correct steering angle (without mathematical analysis) simple equation 5.3 Describe various universal joints in automobiles. 5. 3.

Automotive Chassis 3. The Automobile 6. A.S. Automotive mechanism 5.R. An introduction to Automobile - 172 .M. Automotive Engineering Engineering Newton steeds. Harbansigh Reyat G.B. Heldt. Judge Joseph Heitner. The motor vehicle 2. Khatawate 7. Mechanism of the car 4.W. & Garret P. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.8 Draw a schematic diagram showing the layout of complete air processor system of brakes and explain the working of its main units in detail.6. Narang N.

7 State the application of solar air heater 2.13 State the applications of solar pond 173 .10 State the different methods of storing solar energy 2. 2.4 State the principle of conversion of solar radiation into heat.each type of energy sources 2.ENERGY SOURCES AND POWER PLANT ENGINEERING Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods/Semester : : : : Energy Sources and Power Plant Engineering M-606(C) 05 75 TIME SCHEDULE S.2 Determine the solar constant 2.12 Explain the working principle of solar pond with a sketch 2.0 Solar and Wind Energy 2.6 Explain the working principle of solar air heater with a sketch 2.11 Understand the methods of sensible heat. the student should be able to 1.5 Explain the function of liquid flat collector 2.1 State the amount of solar radiation reaching the earth’s surface 2. parabolic trough collector and flat plate collectors with plain reflectors).9 Explain the working principle of concentrating collector (focusing type. of Periods Weight age of Marks 03 31 13 29 34 110 Short Answer Questio ns 1 2 1 3 3 10 Essay Type Questio ns 2½ 1 2 2½ 08 1 2 3 4 5 Introduction of Renewal Sources of Energy Solar and Wind Energy Fuel Cells and MHD Generator Bio and Tidal Energy Steam and Nuclear Power Plants Total 04 18 10 18 25 75 OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course.3 Understand the type of energy available . Major Topics No. latent heat and thermo chemical storage.1 To appreciate the need of renewable energy sources 1.8 Identify different types of concentrating collectors 2. 2.3 State the principle of measuring solar radiation by pyranometer and pryheniometer 2. No.0 Introduction to Renewable Energy Sources 1.2 To state the different types of renewable energy sources 1. 2.

5 List out the different types of bio-gas plants 4.22 2. cabinet and connective type of solar drier.19 2.16 2.7 State the different materials used for bio-gas generation 4.13 Understand single basin and double basin arrangements 4.8 Express bio-gas plant capacity State the method of starting of bio-gas plant. solar still.2 Explain the construction details and working principle of Bacan’s High pressure fuel cell with a sketch 3.11 State the working principle of tidal power plant 4.0 Analyse the elements of Thermal and Nuclear Power Plants. Identify the basic components of a wind mill Explain the construction details on the working principle of the wind mill State the differences between horizontal axis and vertical axis type wind mills Explain the method of generation of electricity by wind mill Fuel Cells and MHD Generator 3.18 2. 5.5 Explain the working principle of MHD Generator Bio and Tidal Energy 4. box type solar cooker. Understand the power available in the wind and force caused by it on the blades.27 2. Explain the solar water pumping system with a sketch State the advantages and limitations of solar energy conversion.14 2. State the use of photo voltaic cell for power generation Understand the solar photovoltaic arrays.1 Understand the working principle of fuel cell 3.23 2.1 Understand the meaning of bio-mass and bio-gas 4.2 State the principle of bio-gas generation 4.24 2. 5.20 2.0 Explain with the help of sketches the construction details and working principle of different types of solar water heater. State the collection of wind data and estimate the energy State the different considerations for sight selection for installing wind mill. State the working principle of solar cell Explain the conversion energy and current voltage characteristics of solar cell.15 State the advantages and limitations of tidal power generation 4.9 State the methods of generator control and load control 4.2.10 Identify the energy available in tides and its usefulness in conversion 4. solar space heater.17 2. 174 .26 2. 4.4 State the applications of bio-gas 4. absorption refrigerator type solar space cooler. Understand the principle of photo –voltaic conversion.6 Explain the construction details and working principle of fixed dome type and floating dome type bio-gas plants with sketches 4.25 2.0 5.1 Draw the layout of a thermal power plant.21 2.14 State the site requirements for installation of tidal power plant 4.12 State the different operation methods of utilisation of tidal energy 4.28 3.3 State the chemical composition and properties of bio-gas 4.4 Explain the working principle of aluminium air fuel cell 3.3 State the different types of fuels used in fuel cells 3.15 2.2 Explain the layout.

30 5.3 5.31 5. Explain about the ash removal .36 5. List the control rod materials. Power plant. Explain about the feed water treatment..8 5. Know nuclear fuels State the characteristics of atomic power plants Explain the principle of working of a nuclear reactor Classify the nuclear reactor Explain the working principle of : (i) PWR (ii) BWR power plant.11 5.C. State the necessity of condensing the steam State the principle of condensation in condenser Explain the working of Jet condenser (high level and low level types).6 5.38 5.15 5. Explain about the coal handling Explain about the coal storage. State the cladding and structural materials (i) Magnesium (ii) Beryllium(iii) Stainless steel (iv) Zirconium.18 5. Explain the surface condensers (shell and tube type only) Compare the surface condensers with Jet condensers Define condenser efficiency and vacuum efficiency Simple problems on condensers Understand the chain reaction Understand the process of nuclear fission and nuclear fusion.33 5.28 5.22 5.27 5. Explain function of circulating water pump.9 5.19 5. (i) Boron (ii) Cadmium (iii) Hafnium (iv) Shielding materials (v) concrete (vi) steel Explain the effects of nuclear radiation Explain the disposal of nuclear waste (i) Ground (ii) Air (iii) Ocean 175 . Explain the properties of coolants (i) Water (ii) Gases (iii) liquid metal coolants (iv) organic liquids Explain the properties of materials used as good moderators. Condenser and hot well pump in the layout. Economiser . Define the coolants i.5.R.26 5. Compare the nuclear and thermal plants.4 5. Electrostatic precipitator. Explain the properties of a good cladding material.13 5. Electric Generator. superheater.10 5.17 5.25 5. Uranium oxide. low melting point. Air heater.39 Locate the Boiler. water cooling. Trace the ash disposal system.7 5.37 5.21 5. Explain the moderating and reflecting materials (i) water (ii) Heavy Water (D2o) (iii) Graphite (iv) Beryllium List out the desirable properties of control rod materials. Uranium Carbide.23 5.14 5. Explain the working principle of : (i) GCR (ii) Liquid metal .24 5. Soot – Blower.12 5. high boiling point.34 5. Explain the dust extraction .29 5. Identify the fuel handling equipment.35 5. Explain about the nuclear power in India.16 5.5 5.20 5.e.32 5. Explain the natural Uranium. turbine .

wind energy.site requirements – advantages and limitations of tidal power generation. energy from bio.solar air heater – Application of solar air heater – concentrating collectors – (focusing type) – parabolic collector –plate collectors with plane reflectors. pryheliometer.0 Introduction: Need for alternate sources of energy – types of non conventional energy sources – solar energy.0 Solar and Wind Energy 2.4 Solar Energy Applications i) Solar water heater – natural circulation type and forced circulation type.3 Solar Energy Storage: Methods of storing solar energy – sensible heat storage .2 Tidal Energy : Introduction to tidal power – components of tidal power plants – operation methods of utilisation of tidal energy – single basin and double basin arrangements. ii) Solar space heater – passive type and active type iii) Solar space cooling – absorptive refrigeration system iv) Solar still v) Solar drier – cabinet type and convective type vi) Solar cooker and box type 2. floating gas holder and fixed dome type – construction details and working principle of fixed dome type and floating gas holder type bio – gas plants – materials used for bio-gas generation – capacity of bio-gas plant – starting of biogas plant. 4. 2. 176 .0 Fuel Cells and MHD Generator: working principle – Bacan’s High pressure fuel cell – construction details and working principle – types of fuels used – aluminium – air fuel cell working principle.1 Solar Radiation: Solar constant – solar radiation at earth’s surface – instruments for measuring solar radiation – pyranometer. the drome and drum type. hydrogen energy.mass and bio-gas.COURSE CONTENTS 1.0 Bio and Tidal Energy 4. latent heat storage and thermo chemical storage – solar pond – working principle and description of solar pond with a schematic diagram – applications of solar pond.2 Solar Energy Collection: Principle of conversion of solar radiation into heat – liquid flat collectors . tidal and wave energy. fuel cells 2. Classification of bio-gas plants – continuous and batch type. 2. 2. 4. 2.5 Photo voltaic conversion – solar cell – working principle – conversion efficiency and current voltage characteristics of a solar cell – photo voltaic cell for power generation solar photo voltaic arrays – solar water pumping system – Advantages and disadvantages of solar energy. Working principle of MHD Generator. 3.1 Bio Energy – Introduction to bio – mass bio-mass conversion into energy bio-gas generation – composition and properties of bio-gas – applications of bio-gas.6 Wind Energy : Introduction – power in the wind forces on the blades – wind data – energy estimation – site selection considerations – basic components of a wind mill – construction details and working principles – types of wind mill – horizontal axis type and vertical axis type –– electric generation by wind mill – generator control – load control.

5.0 Steam and Nuclear Power Plant 5.1 Steam Power Plant Layout of a Thermal Power Plant, Choice of sight, explanation of important elements in layouts:- Such as Boiler, Condenser , Feed water system, Circulating water pumps ,Economiser, Air heater, Soot–Blower , Forced draught Fan, Dust collectors, Electro static precipitator Supporting activities:- Such as Water cooling, Feed water treatment, Coal handling, Coal storage , Chimney. Description of fuel handling equipment, unloading equipment, preparing equipment, modern ash handling equipment, dust collection and disposal , roots blower, condensers, principles classification – comparison – condensers and vacuum efficiencies and simple problems. 5.2 Nuclear – Power Plants Nuclear energy chain reaction , reactor, nuclear fission , nuclear fusion, characteristics of automatic power plants, nuclear fluels , working principle of nuclear reactor, classification of reactors, working principle of PWR and BWR , Gas – Cooled reactor, liquid metal – cooled reactor, nuclear power in India , Comparison between nuclear and thermal plants. Nuclear Materials and Waste Disposal Natural Uranium, Uranium Oxide, Uranium Carbide, Cladding and structural materials, Coolants ,moderating and reflecting materials , control rod materials, Shielding materials , effects of nuclear radiation, disposal of nuclear waste.

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REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Non conventional Energy source by G.D Rai. 2. Energy Technology by S. Rao & Dr. D.B. Palekr (Non conventional , Renewable and conventional) 3. Solar energy utilisation by G.D.Rai 4. Introduction to alternate sources of energy by TTTI, Madras 5. Solar energy by S.P. Sukhatme 6. Advances in bio-gas technology by O.P.Chawla.

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OBJECTIVES 1. Appreciate the importance of Solid Modeling software like PRO-E / UNIGRAPHICS / CATIA 2. Use any of the solid modeling packages stated above and generate a solid model of a machine component COURSE CONTENTS 1. Study of Solid modeling software ( PRO-E / UNIGRAPHICS / CATIA) 2. Generate a solid model of the given Machine component for analysis purpose.

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CAM-LAB Subject Title Subject Code Periods/ week Periods per Semester : : : : CAM-LAB M-608 03 45

OBJECTIVES 1. Use incremental system and absolute system on dimensioning. 2. Identify the parts and functions of CNC lathe. 3. Write simple part program, edit and execute using CNC lathe machine simulation package. 4. Prepare part program and produce part using CNC lathe machine. COURSE CONTENTS 1. CNC Introduction 2. Study of turning. 3. G – codes and M- codes 4. Simulation software practice. 5. Structure of program. 6. Turning exercise – step turning canned cycle. 7. Turing exercise – circuits interpolation CW, CCW. 8. Turning Exercise - Taper turning and Peck drilling. 9. Turning exercise – Thread cutting and grooving.

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9. 3. To Know the importance of valve timing and port timing diagrams 2. 8. Volumetric efficiency of Reciprocating Air compressor by Orifice method and tank capacity method. To know the importance of volumetric efficiency of reciprocating Air compressor 7. Know the importance of Marcet Boiler. 10. 3. Economic speed Test. Coolers. COURSE CONTENTS 1. 6. 5. Identify the application of Morse test. 9.. No. 7. Performance curves . Study of different types of windmills. To know the importance of economic speed of engines. Study of wind speed measuring instruments. 8.THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB Subject Title Subject Code Periods Per Week Periods Per Semester : : : : THERMAL ENGINEERING LAB M – 609 03 24 S. heat balance and performance characteristics of IC engines. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TIME SCHEDULE Name of Experiment Valve Timing Diagram Load Test Heat balance Sheet Economic Speed Test Morse Test Air compressor Mercet Boiler Study of wind mills and solar appliances TOTAL periods 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 24 OBJECTIVES 1. Appreciate the importance of solar energy in non conventional energy sources. Heat Balance Sheet. 6. Valve timing diagrams 2. Photovoltaic cell. Study of performance testing on Solar appliances such as collectors. 10. Driers. Morse test. Heaters. Identify different types of solar appliances. Identify the types of wind mills. Appreciate the importance of wind mills in non conventional energy sources. 4. Investigation of Pressure Vs Temperature relationship of saturated steam. 5. 4. Study of solar radiation instruments. 180 . Stills. Know the importance of economic speed.

Water Cooler. Basic operations on copper tube C O P of Vapour Compression System Study of Domestic Refrigerator Study of Electrolux Refrigerator Study of Water Cooler Study of Ice Plant and Cold Storage Study and Performance of A. Identify various tools used in R&AC 2.C. Servicing and Maintenance of R& AC Equipment –Trouble shooting 181 . Ice Plant or Cold Storage. System Servicing & Maintenance of R & AC Equipment Total Number of Periods 03 03 03 03 03 06 21` OBJECTIVES 1.R & A/C LABORATORY Subject Title Subject Code Periods Per Week Periods Per Semester : : : : R & A/C Laboratory M – 610 03 per two weeks 21 TIME SCHEDULE S. To study Domestic Refrigerator .No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Exercise Familiarisation with R&AC Tools . To evaluate the performance of an AC system 7. To identify the various components of a VC system and to draw the refrigerant circuit and the electrical circuit 3. Electrolux Refrigerator . 5. To evaluate the C O P of a given Vapour Compression system 4. To identify the various components of an AC system 6.

8. 9. Study of Ice plant. Performance testing of air conditioning system. Study of domestic refrigerator. 4. Study of Water Cooler. 10. 12. Study of Electrolux refrigerator. Study of air conditioning system (window type Air conditioner and split type unit) 11. 2. 3. Study and use of equipment used in vapour compression system.COURSE CONTENTS 1. Servicing and maintenance of R&AC equipment and trouble shooting 182 . 5. Study of Cold Storage. Study of basic tools used in R&AC equipment Study of vapour compression refrigeration system. Determination of COP of Vapour Compression system. 7. 6.

8. 183 .5 To know the operation of surface grinding machine and tool and cutter grinding machine 1. 7. Bevel gear / Helical gear cutting on milling machine Planning operations preparation of plain surface with planning machine preparation of rectangular block of precise dimensions by using surface grinding machine. 6.WORK SHOP PRACTICE-IV Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Work shop practice-IV M-611 3 22 ½ OBJECTIVES On the completion of the course the student should be able to 1. milling cutter and drill bit by using tool and cutter grinder. 1.4 Perform various operations on planning machine 1. Machine Shop.1 To Know the operation of milling machine and slotting machine. Indexing method in slotting machine T-slot cutting on milling machine. Key way cutting by slotting machine. 1. slotting machine .3 To know the operation of planning machine. 5. 3.0 Milling machine . 4.6 perform various operations on surface grinding and tool and cutter grinder machine COURSE CONTENTS I.2 Perform various operations on milling machine and slotting machine 1. Planning machine and grinding machines 1. Sharpening of lathe tools. 2. 1.

) Measurement of wear on M/c elements such as.6 Service and overhaul machines of general nature. 1. Handle the hand tools used on shop floor understand the importance of servicing and maintenance and know some Servicing methods of machine tools. 1.. Applying adhesives etc.4-jaw chuck.5 Recondition the parts.3 Know the testing and inspection methods of machine tools. Selection of appropriate recovery methods for a given M/c element and performing recovery processes by using appropriate methods such as: Arc/Gas Welding.SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE LAB Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Servicing and Maintenance Lab M-612 03 per week 22 ½ OBJECTIVES On completion of the course the student should be able to 1.7 Locate the faults and rectify the same. applying adhesives etc. 1.0 1. lathe beds. 1.1 1. pumps etc. sewing machine. 1. 1. Tail stock. 2 Servicing and maintenance. 3. 1.4 Dismantle and assemble machine tools. 1.11 Locate fault finding and rectify the same.13 Selection of Appropriate recovery methods for a given machine elements And performing recovery processes by using appropriate methods such as arc/gas welding. 1. Sub – assembly of small components such as.12 Prepare maintenance Schedules and estimations. 110 Overhauling of petrol and diesel Engines. Effective handling / use of different hand tools used by a service engineer. COURSE CONTENTS Servicing & Maintenance Laboratory 1. checks of lathes( 3-jaw chuck. 4. guide ways & shapers.8 Prepare maintenance schedules and estimates. 184 .9 Know the servicing methods of IC-Engine parts. Metal spraying. metal spraying. 2. 1.

Piston Assembly . NOTE: The students of the class will be divided in to two batches. fuel pump. Gear Box. 6.gas stove. Injectors . Kerosene pump stove etc Maintenance of various machine tools & engines including preparation of preventive maintenance schedule of a typical workshops . Fault finding and repairs of equipment such as machine tools.. Axles etc. Differential .reciprocating and jet pumps). Valve Assembly. 185 . washing machines. Propeller Shaft and Universal Joint.. Clutch . One batch will attend the “ machine shop “and the other batch will attend Servicing and maintenance laboratory. water pumps (centrifugal . sewing machine. 6. Maintenance of Carburettor.5.

PROJECT WORK Subject Title Subject Code Periods/Week Periods per Semester : : : : Project Work M-613 03 per week 45 186 .

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