Credit: 05 LTP 4 10

COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. Understand the concept of steam formations with different types of boilers and compute their performances. 2. Understand the concept of Rankine cycle with application in numerical problems. 3. Understand the concept of nozzles with applications and derivations for critical parameters and their use in numerical problems. 4. Understand the various types of turbines with their applications steam turbine. 5. Analysis the different methods to improve the efficiencies of the turbines and design the parts of the turbines according to working conditions 6. Understand the concept of condenser in the steam power plant and their application. 7. Compute the efficiency of the condenser by designing its performance parameters 8. Understand the use of compressor in steam plants and types of air compressors. 9. Compute the performance of different types of compressors according to the specified requirements. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Combustion: Combustion problems in boiler and IC Engines, Stoichiometric (or Chemically) air fuel ratio, analysis of products of combustion, conversion of volumetric analysis into gravimetric analysis and vice-versa, actual weight of air supplied, combustion problems and their solutions. 2. Properties of Steam and Steam Generators: Pure substance constant pressure formation of steam, steam tables , constant volume, constant pressure and isentropic processes, Steam Generators Classification, Fire and water tube boilers; Description of Cochran, Locomotive, Lancashire, Babcock and Wilcox boilers, Stirling Boiler, mountings and accessories,. Modern high pressure boilers. Characteristics of high pressure boilers, Types of circulation, Boiler performance-equivalent evaporation, boiler efficiency. 3. Rankine Cycle: Simple Rankine cycle, Feed water heating (Bleeding), method to improve the efficiency of rankine cycle, Ideal working fluid – Binary vapour cycle. 4. Nozzle: Types and utility of nozzles, Flow of steam through nozzles, Critical pressure and discharge, Area of throat and exit for maximum discharge, Effect of friction, Nozzle efficiency, Supersaturated flow. 5. Impulse Steam Turbines: General description, Pressure and velocity compounding, Velocity diagram and work done, Effect of blade friction on velocity diagram, Stage efficiency and overall efficiency, Reheat factor and condition curve. 6. Reaction Turbines: Degree of reaction, velocity diagrams; Blade efficiency and its derivation; calculation of blade height; back pressure and extraction turbines and congeneration; Economic assessment. Methods

of attachment of blades to turbine rotor; losses in steam turbines; Governing of steam turbines; Labyrinth packing. 7. Condensers: Function Elements of condensing plant. Different types, Dalton’s law of partial pressures applied to condenser problems; condenser and vacuum efficiencies. Cooling water calculations. Effect of air leakage, Methods to check and prevent air infiltration. 8. Reciprocating Air Compressors Use of compressed air in industry. Classification of air compressors, Operation of single stage reciprocating compressors, Work input and the best value of index of compression, Isothermal and polytropic efficiency without and with clearance volume. Description of air pump and calculation of its capacity. Reference Books: 1. R. Yadav, Sanjay and Rajay, “Applied Thermodynamics”, Central Publishing House. 2. J.S. Rajadurai, “Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering” New Age International (P) Ltd. Publishers. 3. P.K. Nag, “Basic and Applied Thermodynamics”, Tata McGraw Hill. 4. D.S. Kumar and V.P. Vasandani, “Heat Engineering”, Metropolitan Book Co. Pvt. Ltd. 5. K. Soman, “Thermal Engineering” PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd. 6. G. Rogers and Y. Mayhew, “Engineering Thermodynamics”, Pearson. 7. W.A.J. Keartan, “Steam Turbine: Theory and Practice”, ELBS Series. 8. Heywood, “Fundamentals of IC Engines”, McGraw Hill. 9. V. Ganeshan, “Internal Combustion Engines”, Tata McGRaw Hill.


Credit: 03 LTP 3 00

COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. To provide the basic knowledge about atomic, crystal structure of metals and about their imperfections 2. To understand about the phase transformation and equilibrium diagrams 3. To understand about the allotropic changes in alloys, Iron carbon phase diagram, TTT diagram 4. To understand about the heat treatment processes and their applications 5. To understand about the effect of alloying elements on steel DETAILED SYLLABUS: 1. Atomic structure and crystal structure of metals, crystal lattice of (i) body centered cubic (ii) face centered cubic (iii) closed packed hexagonal structure, miller Indices, polymorphism and allotropy, isotropy and anisotropy 2. Solidification: concept of free energy, degree of super cooling, homogeneous (spontaneous) or self-nucleation, heterogeneous nucleation, critical size of nucleus, rate of nucleation and crystal growth, grain size, Inoculation, dendrites, equiaxed (globular) and columnar grains, introduction to lattice imperfections, various defects in crystals, solid solutions, intermediate alloy phases, phenomenon of slip and twinning, theory of dislocation, theories of plastic deformation, recovery, re-crystallization and grain growth, hot working and cold working 3. General principles of phase transformation in alloys, phase rule and binary equilibrium diagrams, equilibrium diagrams in which two elements are completely soluble in liquid and solid state (isomorphous system), equilibrium diagrams in which two components are completely soluble in liquid state but completely insoluble in solid state (eutectic system) forming mechanical mixture, equilibrium diagrams in which components are completely soluble in the liquid state and limited solubility in the solid state and in which the solid state solubility deceases with decrease in temperature, equilibrium diagrams for alloys forming limited solubility solid solution and undergoing a peritectic transformation, equilibrium diagrams of a system whose components are subject to allotropic change. 4. Iron carbon equilibrium diagram, components and phases of the iron–carbon system, iron–carbon equilibrium diagram, development of microstructures in iron – carbon alloys, hypo-eutectoid, hyper-eutectoid and eutectoid alloys. 5. Isothermal Transformations: time temperature transformation (TTT diagram), Plotting of TTT diagram for steels, factors affecting the position and shape of TTT diagram, pearlite transformation, mechanism of the martensite and intermediate (bainite) transformations, properties of martensite and bainite transformations, possible microstructure of steel by continuous cooling at different rates, critical cooling rate, modification of properties through change in microstructure 6. Introduction of heat treatment and various heat treatment processes, Principles and applications of annealing, normalizing, hardening, tempering, possible defects, causes and their remedies in heat

treatment, Hardenability: difference between hardness and hardenability, significance and determination of hardenability, critical diameter, Jominy end quench test, estimate of hardness from chemical composition. 7. Introduction to chemical heat treatment for case (surface) hardening, mechanism and applications of carburizing, cyaniding, nitriding, introduction to flame hardening, induction hardening, laser and electron beam hardening processes. 8. Effects produced by various alloying elements (Si, S, Cu, Mn, Ni, Cr, Mo, W, Al) on the structures and properties of steel, composition of alloy steels Reference Books 1. Sindey H. Avner, “Introduction to Physical Metallurgy”, McGraw Hill Book Company. 2. V. Raghavan, “Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Practice”, Prentice Hall of India. 3. A. S. Wadhwa and H. S. Dhaliwal, “Engineering Materials and Metallurgy”, University Science Press. 4. William D. Callister, “Material Science and Engineering”, John Wiley& Sons. 5. Y. Lakhtin, “Engineering Physical Metallurgy and Heat Treatment”, Mir Publishers. 6. B. Zakharov, “Heat Treatment of Metals”, University Press of the Pacific. 7. L. H. Van Black, “Elements of Material Science and Engineering”, Addison wasley Publishers. 8. E G Dieter, “Mechanical Metallurgy”, McGraw Hill Book Company.

Knuckle and cotter joints Pipe fittings. ND Bhatt. free hand sketch of single plate friction clutch. Pin type flexible coupling. machining symbols. Principles of drawing. Connecting rod. hydraulic and expansion joint IC Engine Parts like Piston. union joint. “Machine Design” Standard Publishers. 3. Blow off cock. Drawings should contain bill of materials and should illustrate finish. Behl and V. PS Gill. muff coupling. 5. N Sidheshwar. universal coupling.K. dimensioning. types of nuts and bolts. Distributors LTP 1 06 .TECH. Introduction and familiarization of the code IS 296. sectioning and conventional representation. “Machine Drawing”. requirements of production drawing. V Lakshmi Narayanan and Mathur. welding joints and riveted joints. 3.C. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. cone friction clutch. Drill Press Vice. 4. Publications. Crane hook. Safety valve. Reference Books 1.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MACHINE DRAWING (105303) Credit: 04 Examination Hours: 04 COURSE OBJECTIVE: 1. R. Angular plumber block Miscellaneous Screw Jack. To understand basics of machine drawings and layouts. 2. pipe flanged joints. Feed check valve. Bearings like Swivel bearing. To study and drawing of basic machine part and component of engineering field. spigot and socket joint. Boiler Mountings like Steam Stop Valve. 2. Various types of screw threads. “Machine Drawing” Tata McGraw Hill. Assembly of the following manually Solid or rigid Coupling. “Machine Drawing” Charotar publications. Oldham. symbols of standard tolerances. Protected type flange coupling. 2. screwed fasteners.Goel. Plummer block. To study of various terminology used in machine/production drawing. Punch and Die Note: Drawing Practice is to be done as per IS 296 code. 3. “Machine Drawing” BD Kataria and Sons.

principle and their types i.R.C. CASTING PROCESSES: 1. braze welding and soldering. types of cores.MIG. Welding electrodes. general principles. Chand and Co. 2. TIG submerged arc and others. S. arc blow. Casting defects. welding terminology. 3. Testing and Inspecting of castings.Sharma . equipment. arc stability. vacuum casting. directional solidification. 2004. their materials and allowances. shell mould casting investment casting.. “Manufacturing Engineering and Technology”. filler metals. Cupola and its operation charge calculations types of furnaces. To introduce the students on the concepts of basic manufacturing processes and Fabrication techniques. friction welding. and risers and their design. Reference Books 1.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Gas welding and gas cutting. 4. principle. For this purpose. Heat affected zone grain size and its control. Parmar Welding Technology. their causes and remedies. seam. such as metal casting and metal joining. Welding introduction and classification of welding.W. processes. Principles of metal casting McGraw Hill 2. WELDING PROCESSES: 3. Die casting. classification and selection of electrodes. upset and flash Thermit welding. electro slag welding. their cases and remedies. C.e. Cleaning and finishing of castings. oxyacetylene welding equipment ox hydrogen welding. Ltd. R. Principle. Introduction to metal casting types of patterns. knowledge about various manufacturing processes is required to be imparted 2. P. critical size of nucleus. core banking elements of gating system. Loper and P. welding positions. welding arc and its characteristics. full mould casting. Khanna Publishers.C. moulding machines cores core sands. Brazing. atomic Welding defects. 3. Thermal effects on weldment. sand testing types of moulds. . R. projection. Solidification of metals and alloys. Casting processes: sand casting. Degree holders are responsible for supervising production processes to achieve production targets and for optimal utilization of resources. casting of copper alloys. continuous casting. nucleation and grain growth. Heine. types. 4. segregation. Resistance welding. Be able to examine a product and determine how it was manufactured and why. spot. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MANUFACTURING PROCESSES –I (105304) Credit: 03 L T P 3 0 0 OBJECTIVES: 1. plasma arc welding electron beam welding. Pearson Education India Edition.TECH. Rosenthal. Production Technology . Electric arc welding. permanent mould casting. Flame cutting.S. Centrifugal casting. Moulding materials: Moulding sand compositions and moulding sand properties. Metallurgical considerations in casting. Kalpakjian.

2. stress and strain diagram.1 S. 2. stress at a point on a plane. I & T.4 Relation between rate of loading. and material constitutive behavior. Thermal stress and strains in single and compound bars.3 Combination of concentrated loads (two or three) and uniformly distributed loads. Hooke’s law. and combined loading. Bending Moment and Shear Force Diagrams: 2. combined torsion and bending of circular shafts.2. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. principal stresses and principal planes.M definitions. St.4 Uniformity varying loads. 2.3 Application of moments. Poisson ratio. change in diameter.2.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Thin cylinders and spheres Derivation of formulae and calculation of hoop & longitudinal stress in a cylinder. elongation of bars due to its own weight 2. 2. Modulus of elasticity. stress produced in compound bars subject to axial loading. stress at a point on a plane. geometry of deformation.2.1 Concentrated loads. Compound stress and strains in two dimensional system. principal stresses in sphere and change in diameter and internal volume . derivation of formula & its application to beams of rectangular. power transmitted by shafts. To build the necessary theoretical background for further structural analysis and design courses.sections 4. bending. To provide students with exposure to the systematic methods for solving engineering problems in solid mechanics.2 BM and SF diagrams for cantilevers. simply supported beams with or without overhangs and calculation of maximum BM and SF and the point of contra flexure under the following loads. effects of joints. polar modules.2. torsional rigidity. Young’s modulus. Theory of B ending S tresses in B eams D ue to B ending Assumptions in the simple bending theory. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS – I (105305) Credit: 04 L T P 3 1 0 COURSE OBJECTIVES: To establish an understanding of the fundamental concepts of mechanics of deformable solids. shear force and bending moment 3. Simple Stresses and Strains: Concept of stress and strain. including static equilibrium. circular and channel.F and B. Generalized Hook's Law. stress and strains in bars subjected to axial loading. To discuss the basic mechanical principles underlying modern approaches for design of various types of structural members subjected to axial load. 2. 2. constitutive relation between stress and strain. torsion. Applications of the equation to the hollow and solid circular shafts.TECH.2 Uniformity distributed loads over the whole span or part of span. principal stress and maximum shear stresses under combined loading of bending and torsion 5. 2. transverse shear. Torsion Derivation of torsion equation and its assumptions. principal stresses related to principal strains. length and internal volume. Vernants principle.

Khanna book Publishing Company. Kogakusha Publishers. Reference Books: 1.TECH. 7. Ferdinand P. DS Bedi. 5. “Mechanics of Materials-SI Version 2nd Edition” Prentice Hall India. H. Stability of Columns: Behavior of axially loaded columns under different conditions and empirical relations for axial loaded columns (Euler’s and Rankine’s Formula). “Introduction to Solid Mechanics”.S Lehri and A. “Mechanics of Materials by SI Version”. 3.Harper and Row “Strength of Materials”. “Strength of materials”. Macaulay’s method. India. Beer and E Russel ohnston (Jr).GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Gordon’s formula. Ferdinand P Singer and Andrew Pytel. uniformly distributed load & combination of concentrated & uniformly distributed load. Lehri.K Kataria and Sons. Moment area method. 4.H Shames. Prentice Hall Inc. Use of these methods to calculate slope & deflection for cantilever & simply supported beam with or without overhang under concentrated load. Slope and deflection Relationship between moment. 2. method of integration. . and their applications. johnson’s formula. slope and deflection.S. “Strength of materials”. McGraw Hill. R. EP Popov. D. S. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 6. 6.

Understand the types of drives such as: belts. flat. (absorption. principle of function of brakes of various types. Use of gravity. Inversion. . transmission). Analysis of follower motion for circular convex. 6. V-belts and rope materials. rope and chain drives.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. loose and fast pulley. velocity. Cams: Types of cams and followers. tangent cam profiles. inversion of a four bar chain. Grubler criterion and Numerical problems. Belts. Straight line mechanisms 4. Length of belt. intermediate or counter shaft pulley. Calculation of pressure angle. definitions of terms connected with cams. Ropes and Chains: Material. velocity ratio. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) THEORY OF MACHINES-I (105306) Credit: 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. 6. Braking of front and rear tyres of a vehicle. Brakes and Dynamometers: Types of brakes. types and characteristics of governors and related numerical problems. Understand the basic concepts of mechanisms computing the velocity and acceleration with diagrams of basic link mechanism. angle and right angle drive. crowning of pulley. Types of dynamometers. 3. Kutzbach's equation. 3. idle. Power transmitted by belts including consideration of creep and slip. displacement velocity and acceleration diagrams for cams and followers. Understand the functions. slidercrank-chain. Degrees of freedom. 5. and acceleration of mechanisms with diagrams. 7. Problems to determine braking capacity. Definitions & Basic Concepts: Link. types and study of drives. mechanism. 4. quarter turn drive. idler pulley. Understand the types of lower pairs.TECH. Velocity and Acceleration of Mechanism: Graphical (relative velocity vector and instantaneous center methods) and Analytical methods for finding: Displacement. ratio of tension on tight and slack sided of belts. centrifugal tensions and its effect on Power transmitted. Understand turning moment and crank effort diagram. engine indicator. Understand different types of friction devices. double slider-crankchain and their inversions. 2. 2. calculation of maximum torque. Lower Pairs: Universal joint. stepped or cone pulleys. ropes and chains. Friction Devices: Concepts of frictions and wear related to bearing and clutches. 5. Pentograph. Cams with specified Contours. kinematic pair and chains. steering mechanisms including Ackerman and Davis approximate steering mechanism.

. effect of sleeve friction. Hams Crone & Roggers. PL Ballaney.Tata Mc. P. types and characteristics of governors. Hartnell and Willson-Hartnell. Flywheels and turning moment diagrams: Turning moment and crank effort diagrams for reciprocating machines Fluctuations of speed.P. isochronisms and hunting of governors. spring loaded governors.Khanna Publications. Sensitivity. 2. Dhanpat Rai & Company.Ltd. SS Rattan. Affiliated East West Pvt. Watt. 5. Simple problems on turning moment diagrams.TECH. 3. 9. “Theory of Machines”. Graw Hill. Mc Graw Hill. “Theory of Machines”. Determination of flywheel mass and dimensions for engines and Punching Machines. stability. Numerical problems on governors. Porter and Proell governor. 6. V. “Theory of Machines”.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. “Theory of Mechanisms and Machines”. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 8. “Theory of Machines”. Governor effort and power controlling force curve. 4. Jagdish Lal. “Theory of Machines”. Shigley. Ltd 7. “Theory of Machines”. coefficient of fluctuation of speed and energy. Ghosh & Mallick. Singh. Governors: Function. Reference Books: 1.

GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.TECH. Study of the Micro Structures of Cast Irons. 4. Specimen Preparation and Metallographic study of mild steel. Stainless Steel and Cast Iron. Identification of ferrite and pearlite constituent in a given prepared specimen of mild steel. . 2. 10. 6. 8. Find out the hardness of heat treated (normalized or annealed) and untreated mild steels. Study the Hardenability of steel by Jominy’s End quench test. 9. Study of Inverted metallurgical microscope. Annealing the steel and study the effect of annealing time and temperatures on hardness of steel. Hardening the steel and study the effect of quenching medium on hardness of steel. 5. Study of the Micro structures of Heat treated steel. 7. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) METALLURGY AND HEAT TREATMENT LAB (105307) Credit: 01 LTP 002 1. 3. Study the etching methods for Mild Steel.

(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MANUFACTURING PROCESS – I LAB (105308) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 Casting Practicals: 1. To study the resistance welding processes and prepare welded joint. 10. . To conduct hardness test for mould and core. Welding Practicals: 1. Study of different process parameters in Friction welding and preparing a weld joint by this process. 5. Determination of permeability of a moulding sand sample.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. To find shatter index of moulding sand sample.joints with oxy.acetylene gas welding. Making of lap. To determine moisture content in a moulding sample. 9. 6. Butt. 4. 7. Specimen preparation and making of lap joint. Prepare a green sand mould for any stable engg. transverse strength of moulding sand in dry condition. 3. To study various welding equipments namely generators welding torch etc. 8. To study various features of cupola furnace and its charges calculations. To study ingredients of molding sand and core sand. 2. To test tensile. 3. Study of TIG welding equipment and making a weld joint in this process. T. 6. with electric arc welding. T.joints etc. Butt. component.TECH. To determine clay content in a moulding sand sample. Measurement of grain finances number. 7. compressive. Study of MIG welding equipment and making a weld joint in this process. 5. 4. 2.

To perform any one hardness test (Rockwell. Determination of Bucking loads of long columns with different end conditions. 3. 4.I. Study of performance of Fatigue & Creep tests. To perform Torsion test and close coiled helical spring in tension and compression and to determine modulus of rigidity/stiffness 10. 8. . To perform torsion test and to determine various mechanical properties. 2. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB (105309) Credit: 01 LTP 0 0 2 1. To perform tensile test in ductile and brittle materials and to draw stress-strain curve and to determine various mechanical properties. To perform bending test on beam (wooden or any other material) and to determine the Young's modulus and Modulus of rupture 9.TECH.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. 6. 5. 7. To perform compression test on C. To perform impact test to determine impact strength. To perform shear test on different materials and determine ultimate shear strength. and to determine ultimate compressive strength. Brinell & Vicker’s test) and determine hardness of materials.

properties of Laplace transforms. Functions of Complex Variable Limits. The students are expected to understand the fundamentals of the mathematics to apply while designing technology and creative innovations which will help them in their higher studies. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS – III (100401) Credit: .. homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficients Applications: Wave equation and Heat conduction equation in one dimension. poles. Reference Books: 1. Fourier Series Periodic functions. Taylor's and Laurent's expansions (without proof). Ninth Edition. Basically mathematics is arts of all arts and science of all sciences COURSE CONTENTS: 1. John Wiley. E. B. 4. Thomes. applications to solution of ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients. Complex Integration: Line integrals in the complex plane. inverse Laplace transforms. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. solution by the method of separation of variables. evaluation of real integrals by contour integration. R. . Pearson Education. 3. Eighth edition. Khanna Publishers.05 LT P 4 1 0 COURSE OBJECTIVE: The Mathematics plays a vital role in the field of engineering and technology. Two dimensional Laplace equation. Laplace Transforms Laplace transforms of various standard functions. continuity. 5. derivative of complex functions. 4. Peason Education 2.. harmonic functions. 2. Even and odd functions. Cauchy's theorem. Cauchy-Riemann equation.L. residue. B. Core mathematics courses have broader objectives than just supporting engineering programs. 3. Cauchy's integral formula and derivatives of analytic function. half range Expansions. conjugate functions. Linear partial differential equations.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Residues and Contour integration singular points. transform of derivatives and integrals. Calculus and Analytic Gemetry. Laplace transform of unit step function. Euler's formula. periodic functions. complex integration using the method of residues. Partial Differential Equations Formation of partial differential equations. Finney. New Delhi. Kreyszig. Advance engineering Mathematics.S.TECH. impulse function. G. Babu Ram. Grewal. analytic function. Higher Engineering Mathematics.

Octane and Cetane rating of fuels. Logarithmic plotting of PV diagrams 2. rating of petrol engines.A.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. supercharging its advantages and application . Performance curves of SI and CI engines. Combustion chambers and cylinder heads for SI and CI engines. 8. Lysholm compressor and Vane type Blower. Principle of Carburation. 3. 4. Rotary Compressors: Introduction and general classification of rotary compressors. comparison of rotary compressors with reciprocating processors. Understand the concept of supercharging with their also applications and compute the efficiency of different types of engines. 5. Understand the concept of gas turbines with the use of compressors and their applications. Understand the concept rockets and difference between rockets and jet engines. Essential requirements for petrol and diesel fuels . Compute the efficiency of all compressors to solve problem based upon compression of the air. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS – II (105401) Credit: 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. Complete representation of compression process on T-S coordinates with detailed description of areas representing total work done and Polytropic work done. Understand the concept of Jet propulsion and their use in jet engines. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. supercharging of IC engines . energy carried away by cooling water etc. effect of engine variables on Delay period in SI and CI Engines. effect of compression ration and of air fuel ratio on power and efficiency of an engine. 6. stagnation and static values of pressure. 2. R. effect of detonation on engine performance and methods employed to reduce detonation. Understand the concept of petrol and diesel engines with their knocking phenomenon and methods to reduce these effects. various phenomenon such as turbulence squish and swirl. Two stroke and four stroke engines. performance maps. 3. Applications of Steady Flow Energy Equation and thermodynamics of Rotary compressors. operation of positive displacement type of rotary compressors like roots blower. Centrifugal Compressors: . Understand the theory of different types of compressors based upon design attributes and theory of various heads of enthalpy during the working process. types of superchargers. temperature and enthalpy etc. for flow through rotary machines. effect of various engine parameters on knock (detonation) in SI and Diesel engines . Theory of detonation (knocking) for SI and CI engines. 7. IC Engines: Classification. Theory of combustion in SI and CI engines.TECH. rotary engines and their comparison. Methods of governing and cooling of IC Engines. dissociation and pre ignition.C. octane and cetane number knockmeter and doping of fuels. Understand the difference between various types of turbines and methods to improve the efficiency of the turbines. area representing energy lost in internal friction. on T-S coordinates for uncooled and cooled compression. pressure time diagram.

Thermal refinements and their effects on gas turbine cycle i. solid propellant and liquid propellant systems). discussion on flow passages and simple theory of aerofoil blading. flow coefficient. preguide vanes and prewhirl. Sanjay and Rajay. Thermodynamics of turbojet engines components. R. velocity vector diagrams. work ratio and thermal efficiency of ideal and actual cycles. comparison of gas turbine with a steam turbine and IC engine. cooling of rockets Advantages and disadvantages of jet propulsion over propulsion systems. Reference Books: 1. Series and parallel arrangements. Gas turbine fuels. fields of application of various propulsion units. propulsion and overall thermal efficiency. isentropic and isothermal efficiencies. Jet propulsion Principle of jet propulsion. diffuser and finally to delivery pipe on T-S coordinates.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. development of thrust and methods for its boosting/augmentation. flow parameters of axial flow compressor like pressure coefficient. pressure coefficient as a function of slip factor. power input factor. thrust work and thrust power. J.g. 5.TECH. “Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering” New Age International (P) Ltd. Isentropic. propulsion energy. 6. Rajadurai. 4. modes of energy trasfer in rotor and stator blade flow passages.e. effect of changes in specific heat and of mass of fuel on power and efficiency. polytropic and Isothermal Efficiencies. Degree of reaction and its derivation. Surging. Blade materials and selection criteria for these materials and requirements of blade materials. Brief introduction to performance characteristics of different propulsion systems. Axial Flow Compressors: Different components of axial flow compressors and their arrangement. . polytropic. Position of gas turbine in power industry. Gas Turbines: Comparison of open and closed cycles. Slip factor. calculation of net output. cycle air rate. Thermodynamics of constant pressure gas turbine cycle (Brayton cycle). Specific fuel consumption. coefficients of lift and drag. Central Publishing House. efficiency and out coming velocity profile from the impeller. closed and semi closed gas turbine cycle. thermodynamic analysis and power calculations. its thrust and thrust power. angle of attack. field of application of axial flow compressors. Yadav. Publishers. Degree of reaction and Blade efficiency and their derivations.S. intercooling and reheating. requirements of a gas turbine combustion chamber. various modes of energy transfer in impeller and diffuser. complete representation of compression process starting from ambient air to flow through suction pipe. (iii) turboprop engine. description of different types of jet propulsion system like Rockets and thermal jet engines like (I) athodyds (ramjet and pulsejet). propulsion and thermal (internal) efficiencies. work coefficient and temperature rise coefficient specific speed etc. Dual Turbine system. (ii) turbojet engine. surging and choking in centrifugal compressors. various common propellant combinations (i. temperature ratio. “Applied Thermodynamics”. types of rocket motors (e. gas turbine cycle with regeneration. classification on the basis of system of operation (open and closed cycles). characteristics curves for axial flow compressor. overall thermal efficiency. choking and stalling in axial flow compressors. forward and radial vanes. Detailed discussion on work done factor. Rocket propulsion. Fields of application of gas turbine. multistage compression and expansion. Operating variables and their effects on thermal efficiency and work ratio. turbine versus compressor blades. 2. Comparison on axial flow compressor with centrifugal compressor. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) Complete thermodynamic analysis of centrifugal compressor stage.e. fuels) used in rocket motors. energy transfer in backward. impeller.

Ltd. Rogers and Y. H. Rogers and M. . Tata McGraw Hill. Cohen. 4. Shephered. R. “Thermal Engineering” PHI Learning Pvt. Mattingly. Nag. “Basic and Applied Thermodynamics”. “Principles of Turbo machinery” Macmillan. G. Sarvan. “Gas Turbine Theory”. Pvt. 10. 6. “Heat Engineering”. Ltd. Yadav. 7. “Elements of Gas Turbine Propulsion”. Central Publishers House.G.F. McGraw Hill. Mayhew.P. Metropolitan Book Co. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 3. “Thermodynamic and Heat Engines-Vol. D. Kumar and V. 8.C.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. K.K. J.S. Vasandani. “Engineering Thermodynamics”. 5.D. Soman. 9. G. D. Pearson. II”.TECH. P. Longmans.

Rotational flows: rotation. One dimensional continuity equation. Concept of fluid. Derivation of continuity equation using the Lagrangian method in Cartesian coordinates. Action of fluid pressure on a plane submerged surface (horizontal.y. Flow rate and discharge mean velocity.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. streamline and timelines. Metacentric height and its determination. surface tension and capillarity. Applications. Flow net. Periodic time of oscillation. Representation of energy changes in fluid system (hydraulic and energy gradient lines). Fluid Kinematics: Classification of fluid flows. Path line.z). Buoyancy and flotation.TECH. liquids and gases. 4. (ii) constant rotation. Kinetic energy and momentum correction factors. Stability of floating and submerged bodies. vertical and inclined): resultant force and center of pressure. and along a streamline. specific weight. Hydrostatic paradox. Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Free and forced vortex motions. Fluid Dynamics: Derivation of Euler’s equation of motion in Cartesian coordinates. Difference between solids. Fluid properties: density. 3. Continuity equation in Cartesian (x. Ideal and real fluids. Lagrangian and Euler flow descriptions. bulk modulus. Force on a curved surface due to hydrostatic pressure. specific volume. Concept of continuum. streak line. 2. Normal and tangential acceleration. Pascal’s law and its engineering applications. Impulse momentum equation. Mach number. Flow along a curved streamline. specific gravity. Pressure distribution in a liquid subjected to : (i) constant acceleration along horizontal. viscosity (dynamic and kinematic). (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) FLUID MECHANICS (105402) Credit: 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES AND EXPECTED OUTCOMES: This course is designed for the undergraduate mechanical engineering students to develop an understanding of the behavior of fluids at rest or in motion and the subsequent effects of the fluids on the boundaries as the mechanical engineers has to deal with fluids in various applications. apply the analytical tools to solve different types of problems related to fluid flow in pipes. design the experiments effectively and do the prototype studies of different types of machines and phenomenon. vapour pressure. Stream function and velocity potential function. compressibility. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics: Introduction.z) coordinates. vorticity and circulation. Local and convective acceleration. polar (r. This course will also develop analytical abilities related to fluid flow. Fluid Statics: Concept of static fluid pressure. . It is expected that students will be able to have conceptual understanding of fluids and their properties. Derivation of Bernoulli’s equation (using principle of conservation of energy and equation of motion) and its applications to steady state ideal and real fluid flows.θ) and cylindrical (r. and relationship between them.θ. Velocity and acceleration of fluid particle. vertical and inclined direction (linear motion).

3.method for dimensional analysis.Fundamentals and Applications”. Darcy equation. kinematic and dynamic similarity.W.TECH. Gasiorek. Moody’s chart. “Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”.N. critical Reynolds number. Kumar. critical velocity. Flow through pipes in series and parallel.K. E. Cengel and J. Similarity model laws. Som. Munson. Bedford.A. and Weber) and their significance. “Fluid Mechanics .W. 7.F.S. “Fluid Mechanics” Tata McGraw Hill. 6. Streeter. Oxford University Press. Geometric. Huebsch. Froudes. Rotameters. Notches (rectangular. V. Okiishi and W. Pearson.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. J. . Tata McGraw Hill. Orifice meters. 7.M.H. Roughness in pipes. John Wiley and Sons.A. V and Trapezoidal) and weirs. Dimensionless numbers (Reynolds. Model and prototype studies. flow regimes.R. Mach. Kataria and Sons Publishers. Internal Flows: Laminar and turbulent flows: Reynolds number. Swaffield and L. Chandramouli. “ Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics”. Reference Books: 1. G.B. Dimensions and dimensional homogeneity. Concept of equivalent pipe. “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”. C. S.M. hydraulic diameter. Wylie and K. S.L. 4. Borda mouthpieces. Cimbala. 2.K. Head losses in pipes and pipe fittings.S. B. Hagen – Poiseuille equation. Biswas and S. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 5. “Fluid Mechanics”. Rayleigh’s and Buckingham’s π . Pitot tubes. Dimensional Analysis and Similitude: Need of dimensional analysis. Ojha. “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering”. Young. Tata McGraw Hill.B. Pressure and Flow Measurement: Manometers. D. Berndtsson and P.F. Jack. Fundamental and derived units. Chakraborty. Euler. R. D. T. Douglas and J. Y. Venturi meters. Various hydraulic coefficients.P. J. Need of similitude. 5. 6.

It includes the basic mechanisms of material removal. up milling and down milling 5. and wrought materials into finished products. Lubricants Principal. forging defects. sizing and finishing operations. press working operation. Drive Mechanisms. their causes and remedies. Machine and its accessories. alloy carbon steels. Function and properties 4. rolling defects. Lathe operations. wires and tubes. Taper Turning and Thread cutting. cast alloys. 9. slotting machine. Geometry of single point cutting tools. products of rolling and main variables. Draw benches.4 Extrusion: Classification of extrusion processes. cemented carbides. Grinding Cylindrical. Forged. Boring Operation and Boring Machines 8. hammer forging. 2. press forging and drop forging. 1. Lathe. surface and Centre less grinding. molded. 1. metal forming operations: Spinning. cutting speeds and feeds Coolants: Classification. kinematic scheme of lathe. measurement. assembly processes. 1. 1.1 Rolling: Classification of rolling processes. high carbon steels. Composition and Nomenclature of Grinding Wheels 10. Various Method of tube drawing. ceramics and diamonds. variables in extrusion process. quality control. high speed steel. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. main variables in drawing operations. Press working tools.TECH. Twist Drill and milling cutter. purpose. cutting speeds and feeds Milling machine and its classification.5 Introduction to press working: Types of presses. 1. Introduction to Broaching Machine . Sawing Machine and Drilling Operation 7. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-II (105403) Credit: 03 LTP 3 00 OBJECTIVE: This course surveys the manufacturing processes and tools commonly used to convert cast. Indexing Simple compound and differential 6.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. material of grinding wheel. extrusion equipment. deep drawing. extrusion defects. its effect on speed and feed 3.6 Introduction to powder metallurgy: methods of producing powders. bending. shaping and planning Machine.3 Forging: Open and closed die forging. Metal Cutting and Machine Tools: Cutting tool materials. forging operations. CBN etc. Turning. rolling mills. Metal Forming: 1. briquetting and sintering.2 Drawing of rods.

Tata McGraw Hill. “A text book of production technology”. Chand and Company. Hajra Choudhury. 4. Rao. 2003. P. Campbell. “Metal forming fundamentals and applications”.C. Sharma. Vol. “Principles of Manufacturing Materials and Processes”. Media Promoters Pvt. Forming and Welding”. J. 2. S.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. . Tata McGraw Hill. Alton. 5.TECH. Ltd. IV Edition. I and II”. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) Reference Books: 1. “Manufacturing Technology: Foundry.S. “Elements of Workshop Technology. 3.

3. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. calculation of radial longitudinal and hoop stresses and strains due to internal pressure in thick cylinders. To discuss the basic mechanical principles underlying modern approaches for design of various types of structural members subjected at different engineering applications. R. DS Bedi. 4. Impact) load is applied. Sudden. Thick Cylinders: Derivation of Lame’s equations. S.K Kataria and Sons 5. McGraw Hill 2. New York 6. Crandell. Rotational stresses in discs and rims of uniform thickness. Total strain energy theory.T and channel section and the compression with bending stresses. Expression for strain energy stored in a body when (Gradual. discs of uniform strength Reference Books: 1. Dahl and Lardner. H.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. rings of circular section and trapezoidal section and chain links with straight sided.TECH. Calculation of stresses in crane or chain hooks. Dr.Kirpal Singh. Kogakusha Publishers. Beer and E Russel ohnston (Jr). maximum shear stress theory. “Mechanics of Materials by SI Version”. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) STRENGTH OF MATERIALS-II (105404) Credit: 04 L T P 3 1 0 COURSE OBJECTIVES: To establish an understanding of the fundamental concepts of mechanics of deformable solids. Theories of Failure: Maximum principal stress theory. energy of distortion. open coiled helical springs. “Strength of materials”.Harper and Row “Strength of Materials”. Ferdinand P Singer and Andrew Pytel. Bending of curved beams: Assumptions made in derivation of stresses in a curved bar. and hub shrunk on solid shafts 5. I. flat spiral springs derivation of formula for strain energy.S. geometry of deformation. 3. compound cylinders. Shear stress distribution in rectangular. shear strain energy theory. including static equilibrium. Standard Publishers & Distributors. “Mechanics of Materials”. graphical representation of theories for two dimensional stress systems. Maxwell’s theorem of reciprocal deflection 2. circular. close coiled helical springs. Ferdinand P. To build the necessary theoretical background for further structural analysis and design courses. Strain energy: energy of dilation and distortion. Lehri. Castigliano’s theorem. New Delhi. maximum stress and rotation. Leaf spring: deflection and bending stresses. determination of factor h2 for various sections 6. India . Importance of shear center 7. “Introduction to Mechanics of Solids”. 4. and material constitutive behavior. Khanna book Publishing Company. “Strength of Materials”. McGraw Hill. To provide students with exposure to the systematic methods for solving engineering problems in solid mechanics. derivation of formula and application for deflection and rotation of free end under the action of axial load and axial couple.

Gears and Gear Trains: Toothed gears and spur gears. static and dynamic balancing. least square technique. two/three point synthesis. Static Force Analysis: Static equilibrium of mechanism.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) THEORY OF MACHINES – II (105405) Credit: 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES: 1. 3. 3. Determination of Forces and Couples in Reciprocating Parts: forces and couples for a crank. Understand techniques of kinematic synthesis. definitions and nomenclature of gears. problems involving their applications. Understand types of balancing and its need & balancing to reciprocating and Rotating masses. 6. 4. swaying couple. balancing of single and multiple rotating masses. 4. hammer blow. simple. 2. PL Ballaney. methods of static force analysis of simple mechanisms and power transmission elements. inertia of reciprocating parts. “Theory of Machines”. concept of direct and reverse crank. need for balancing. variation in tractive effort. partial balancing of locomotives. types of toothed gears. Compute. involute and its variants. Understand the theory of inertia force and apply to four-bar linkage mechanism. Transmission angles. Hams Crone & Roggers. 5. 3. Types of gear trains. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. balancing of machines. “Theory of Machines”. rotors. . 6. “Theory of Machines”. Understand Gyro effect on moving bodies.Khanna Publications. Reference Books: 1. 2. 2. torque required to overcome inertia and gravitational force of a four bar linkage. inertia force analysis of basic engine mechanism. Function generation errors in synthesis. Gyroscopic Motion and Gyroscopic Couples: Effect on supporting and holding structures of machines. forms of teeth. conditions for correct gearing. Kinematic Synthesis of Mechanism: Freudenstien equation. Balancing: Classifications. Effect on 2 and 4 wheeled vehicles. free body diagram. Understand the types of both tooth gear and the nomenclature of gears & various types of gear trains. Mc Graw Hill. interference and methods of its removal. reversible rotors. Calculation of minimum no of teeth on pinion/wheel for involute rack. condition of equilibrium. Shigley. primary and secondary balancing for reciprocating masses. compound and epicyclic gear trains. 5.TECH. estimation of velocity ratio of worm and worm wheel. helical/spiral/bevel/worm gears. considerations of frictional forces. balancing of V-engine. both analytically and graphically forces and couples for reciprocating parts and dynamically equivalent system. analytical and graphical method. dynamically equivalent system. concept of force and couple.

(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 4. Graw Hill. “Theory of Mechanisms and Machines”. “Theory of Machines”.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Ghosh & Mallick. “Theory of Machines”. SS Rattan. “Theory of Machines”.Ltd. Ltd V. . Singh. 6.P.Tata Mc. P. Jagdish Lal. 7. Dhanpat Rai & Company.TECH. 5. Affiliated East West Pvt.

indicated power. To plot actual valve timing diagram of a 4 stroke petrol and diesel engines and study its impact on the performance of engine. 5. 7. Study of working. construction.cylinder engine in terms of brake power. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS Lab (105406) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. Study of construction and operation of various types of steam condensers and cooling towers. 4. and overall efficiency of an impulse steam turbine and to plot a Willian’s line. indicated power.TECH. mechanical efficiency and specific fuel consumption and to measure the smoke density. . friction power and mechanical efficiency of a multi cylinder petrol engine running at constant speed (Morse Test). To perform a boiler trial to estimate equivalent evaporation and efficiency of a fire tube/ water tube boiler. relative efficiency. mountings and accessories of various types of boilers. Determine the brake power. 8.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. indicated power. Performance testing of a diesel engine from no load to full load (at constant speed) for a single cylinder/ multi. Performance testing of a petrol engine from no load to full load (at constant speed) for a single cylinder/ multi. Determination of dryness fraction of steam and estimation of brake power. generator efficiency.cylinder engine in terms of brake power. 3. Rankine efficiency. Draw/obtain power consumption and exhaust emission curves. Also make the heat balance sheet. 2. 6. Study of construction and operation of 2 stroke and 4 stroke Petrol and Diesel engines using actual engines or models. Also draw/obtain power consumption and exhaust emission curves. mechanical efficiency and specific fuel consumption and to measure the exhaust emissions. 9.

To determine the discharge coefficient for a V.discussion. The theory taught will be reinforced through conduct of practical in the laboratory. The elaboration of the laws. The numerical problems will be solved in the classroom lectures and tutorials for practice the application of laws. 7. concepts of principle will be done through numerical examples. 2.notch or rectangular notch.TECH. To determine the hydraulic coefficients for flow through an orifice. concepts and principles will be taught lecture.discussion. 3. To determine the head loss in a pipe line due to sudden expansion/ sudden contraction/ bend. Instructional Approach: The laws. 8. 5.cum. To determine the metacentric height of a floating vessel under loaded and unloaded conditions. 6.cum.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. To determine the velocity distribution for pipeline flow with a pitot static probe. To determine the friction coefficients for pipes of different diameters. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) FLUID MECHANICS LAB (105407) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. To study the transition from laminar to turbulent flow and to ascertain the lower critical Reynolds number. concepts and principles will be taught through lecture. . To study the flow through a variable area duct and verify Bernoulli’s energy equation. 9. To determine the coefficient of discharge for an obstruction flow meter (venture meter/ orifice meter) 4.

8 Gear cutting machines etc. 5.9 Hydraulic Press 1. Exercises on milling machines. Study of recommended cutting speeds for different tool. Grinding of single point cutting tool. Study of lubrication system in the machine tools.2 Capstan & Turret Lathe 1.1 Lathe 1. Study of constructional features of following machines through drawings/ sketches:1.TECH. production of spur gears and helical involute gears. Identification of different cutting tool and work materials. generation of plane surfaces. Advanced exercises on Lathe where the students will work within specified tolerances. 4.10 Draw Bench 1. material combinations.7 Grinding machines (Surface. use of end mill cutters. cylindrical) 1. 3. .3 Radial drilling machine 1. Production of machined surfaces on shaper and planner.threads and square threads (internal as well as external). Extrusion Dies 1.4 Universal milling machine 1. 7. 8.5 Shaper and planer 1. 6.6 Plastic moulding machine 1.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.12 Rolling Mills 2. cutting of V. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MANUFACTURING PROCESSES-II LAB (105408) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. cutter and drills.11 Drawing.

bar chain and single slider crank chain. Cam profile analysis (graphical method).GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Study and draw various inversions of 4.train value of compound gear trains and Epicyclical gear trains. 2. Determination of gyroscopic couple (graphical method). (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) THEORY OF MACHINES LAB (105409) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. Balancing of rotating masses (graphical method). Study of various links and mechanisms. 6. 9. 8. Study of pressure distribution in a full journal bearing. Conduct experiments on various types of governors and draw graphs between height and equilibrium speed of a governor. Determination of gear. 3. 5. Draw velocity and diagram of engine mechanism using graphical methods. 7. . 4.TECH.

GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. and accelerating conditions and fuel injection system used in Indian make vehicle. Fuel Supply System: Air cleaner and fuel pumps. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING (105501) Credit : 03 LTP 3 00 COURSE OBJECTIVE: Automobiles are the principal mode of transport system. Air fuel requirements and carburation. Automotive Electronics & Electrical Equipment: The automotive electrical systems. 9. defects in frames. starting system. castor action. Desirable properties of lubricants. universal joint and torque tube drive. camber and king pin angle. Transmission System: Basic requirements and standard transmission systems. gear box. shock absorbs 6. toe-in of front wheels. front and rear axles. control point ignition. Lubrication and Cooling Systems: Necessity of lubrication. 5. wheel alignment. Hydro Carbon (HC) carbon monoxide (CO). thermostat. Automobile Emission and Air Pollution: Pollution due to vehicle emission and exhaust emission. 8. running. air and water cooling systems. vacuum power and servo Brakes. 2. differential. General layout of conventional motor vehicle chassis. Oxides of nitrogen (NOX) other emissions. Rear wheel v/s front wheel drive. radiator. idling. propeller shaft. pump and fan. Mechanical. steering linkages and steering gears. Many entrepreneur pass outs go for servicing of automobiles or trading/ manufacturing of auto components. 4. various types of lubricants and oil additives. Introduction: Components of an automobile classification of automobiles. Steering System: Requirement and steering geometry. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Chassis construction & suspension: Conventional constructions sub frames. Purpose of cooling. hydraulic. oil pumps and oil pressure indicator.TECH. crank case ventilation and dilution. Their manufacture and maintenance gives a major scope for employment. 3. overdrives. Thus automobile engineering is an important subject to be in the regular curriculum of the mechanical engineers. Braking System: General braking requirements. frameless construction & suspension system. and automotive battery. Modifications in a Simple carburetor to meet different starting . principle of automatic transmission 7. electrical ignition system. power steering. . constructional features of automobile clutch. different systems of lubrication oil filters.

Standard Publishers. “Automotive Mechanics”. R. “Automotive Mechanics”. . “Automobile Engineering”. Butterworth International. Garrett.TECH.B. Gupta. Crouse & Anglin. “The Motor Vehicle”. “Automobile Engineering (Vol. 4. Kirpal Singh.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. 2. 3. East West Press. Newton. Steeds. I & II)”. 5. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) Reference Books: 1. Satya Prakashan. Heitner J. Tata McGraw Hill.

effect of temperature and pressure on thermal conductivity of solids. shape factor. 3. . 6. 2. simple model of heat conduction through piston crown and case of nuclear fuel rod with cladding. 2. Heat Transfer from Extended Surface (Fins): Concept of Fins. Derivation of equations for simple one dimensional steady state heat conduction from three dimensional equations for heat conduction though walls. Application of fins in temperature measurement of flow through pipes and determination of error in its measurement. convection. How a cup of coffee is cool down at faster rate below fan than without it? 5.g. Understand the phenomenon of heat transfer by fins. Insulated at the tip. Study the laws of radiations and the phenomenon of heat transfer by radiation. radiation. Modes of heat transfer conduction. 3. Conduction: Fourier's law of heat conduction. 2. Equivalent areas. conduction through edges and corners of walls and critical thickness of insulation layers on electric wires and pipes carrying hot fluids. cylinders and spherical shells (simple and composite). Basic Concepts of Heat Transfer: Introduction and concept of heat transfer. electrical analogy of the heat transfer phenomenon in the cases discussed above. 3. Relationship with Thermodynamics. DETAILED CONTENT: 1.TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) HEAT TRANSFER (105502) Credit : 05 LTP 4 10 COURSE OBJECTIVE: 1. Fundamental Equation of Conduction: Three-dimensional general conduction equation in rectangular. To understand the phenomenon of heat transfer. How the fins help to increase in the rate of heat transfer? 4. of circular.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. cylindrical and spherical coordinates involving internal heat generation and unsteady state conditions. e. 4. Heat transfer Mechanism. Heat dissipation from Fin 1. coefficient of thermal conductivity. Understand the phenomenon of heat transfer by convection. Having infinitely long (L→∞) Fin effectiveness and fin efficiency for straight rod fins of rectangular and circular cross-section. Fin configuration. Lossing heat at the tip. steady state and unsteady state heat transfer Difference between the subject of "Heat Transfer" and its parent subject "Thermodynamics". Internal generation cases along with some practical cases of heat conduction like heat transfer through underground electrical cables. Study of heat exchanger tells us that how and at what rate the heat is transfer in condensers. How and why is heat transfer from one body to other when these are in contact. Straight rod type of fins of uniform cross-section. rectangular or any other cross-section). Application of Heat Transfer in diverse field of engineering. liquids and gases and its measurement.

”Heat and Mass Transfer”. simplification of the formula for its application to simple bodies like two parallel surfaces. concentric cylinders and a body enveloped by another body etc. SK Kataria and Sons Delhi. Log mean temperature difference for evaporator and condenser tubes. “Fundamentals of Heat and Mass transfer”.TECH. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 5. Rajput. R. 2. McGraw Hill. John Wiley and Sons. Heat Exchanger: Newton's law of cooling.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. laminar and turbulent boundary layers (simple explanation only and no derivation). Kirchoff's law and Stefan Boltzman’s law. Free Convection and Forced Convection: Derivation of three-dimensional mass. Delhi. momentum and energy conservation equations (with introduction to Tensor notations). Overall coefficient of heat transfer. Boundary layer formation. reflectivity and transmissivity. JP Holmans. London. “Fundamentals of Heat and Mass transfer”. Analytical formula for heat transfer in laminar and turbulent flow. Different design criterion for heat exchangers. and parallel and counter flow heat exchangers. Frank P Incropera and David P De Witt. 6. “A Course in Heat and Mass Transfer”. boiler or other furnaces). DS Kumar. Calculation of number and length of tubes in a heat exchanger. . References Books: 1. 3. Dhanpat Rai and Sons.K. Derivation formula for radiation exchange between two bodies using the definition of radiosity and irradiation and its application to cases of radiation exchange between three or four bodies (e. Chand & Company Ltd. Theory of dimensional analysis as applied to free and forced convective heat transfer. definition of emissivity. Plank's law of nonchromatic radiation. Radiation Process of heat flow. flow over vertical and horizontal tubes and plates. absorptivity.g. Concept of black and grey bodies. S. S Domkundwar. 5. 4. “Heat transfer”. 6.

Co-relating the basic machine design with the of product design process 5. Design rigid and flexible coupling for torque transmission 13. To be able to segregate components and design them independently. concept of fatigue and endurance limit. Design of Joints: 5. bolted joints and welded joints under various loading conditions. Learning of basic design of links and levers 14. 8. shearing. Standard &preferred numbers. selection of material. Designing of some of the pipe joints DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. 3. Fundamentals of Machine Design: Concept of design with special reference to machine design. To learn various design consideration like stress concentration factor. Understand the meaning of machine design and basic design process 2. mechanical properties of those materials.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MACHINE DESIGN-1 (105503) Credit: 04 L T P 3 1 0 OBJECTIVES: 1. concept of tearing. Design of transmission shafts subjected to torque. basic criteria of selection of material. bending and axial loading 11. lozenge joints (uniform strength joint). product design. 10. Design various kinds of keys for both shearing and crushing 12. design for dynamic loading for finite and infinite life. . factor of safety etc. Basic Design: Design for static loading. mode of failure. Developing creativity for design 4. 7. designing of rivets for boiler joints. Developing the capability to analyses and select the various criteria of design 6. Understand the various types of machine design processes 3. various manufacturing process 2. 4. Predict effectively and accurately the reasons of failure and then correlate it to the theoretical knowledge. General Design Consideration: Factors consideration in machine design. definition and understanding of various types of design.factor of safety under different loading conditions. Design and Creativity: Systematic design conceptualization. 5. elaborated design process. bending etc. eccentrically loaded riveted joints.TECH. ergonomic & aesthetic consideration in design.1 Riveted Joint: types of riveted joints. 9. bearing. crushing. their designation. Study of Stress concentration. Design of various types of fasteners including riveted joints. design principle. free body diagram for components design.

design for various loading conditions in torsion. 8. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 5. 6. design of circular flange pipe joint. design of spines. design of foot and hand lever. “Machine Design”. 5. clamp or compression coupling. Standard Publishers 7. studs & thread forms. design of sleeve and solid muff coupling.K. Note: Design data book is not allowed in examination.2 Screwed Joint: Different types of bolts.S. 8. understanding the various stresses/ failure in screw joints. cranked lever. “Machine Design”. Shigley. Design of shaft for critically speed. Design of Keys and Coupling: Design of sunk keys under crushing and shearing. bending moments and axial forces. 2. design of cylindrical covers. Kataria & Sons. PC Sharma. “Machine Design”. square flange pipe joint Reference Books 1. Juvinal.k. Design of shaft for rigidity and Design of stepped shafts for assembly. screws. Spots. “Machine Design”.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Prentice Hall 5.S.TECH. Design of Shaft: Design of both solid and hollow shafts for transmission of torque.3 Welded Joints: Stress in welded design. rigid and flexible flange coupling. Lever Design: Basic lever design. eccentrically loaded welded joints. basic and eccentrically loaded bolts. 5.Khurmi. Norton. oval flanged pipe joints. DESIGN OF PIPE JOINTS Stresses in pipe joints. safety valve lever and shoe brake lever 9. . 7. shear or direct load.4 Cotter And Knuckle Joints Design of spigot and socket cotter joint. R. “Machine Design”. S. John-Wiley Publishers 3. Prentice hall 4. “Machine Design”. bell crank lever.kataria & sons 6. Goyal and Bahl. “Machine Design”. gib and Cotter joint and knuckle joint. Tata McGraw hill.

measurement of tooth thickness. calibration. angle gauge. The relation between the system and material in which it to be measured. proving ring. Absorption. vibration reed tachometer and stroboscope. Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments: Range and span. 2. General Concepts: Need and classification of measurements and instruments. 3. error propagation. Force. hydraulic and pneumatic load cells. bending and Torsional loads. flatness. transmitting and terminating devices 6. application of strain gauges for direct. Measurement of geometric forms like straightness. sensitivity and linearity. torque on rotating shafts. threshold and resolution. accuracy and precision. angle and form of threads for internal and external threads. electrical. Introduction to amplifying. basic and auxiliary functional elements of a measurement system. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MECHANCIAL MEASUREMENT AND METROLOGY (105504) Credit: 03 LTP 3 00 OBJECTIVES: To develop knowledge and skills regarding various measuring instruments among the students. Speed. electronic instruments. Types of strain gauges and their working strain gauge circuits.vernier scale and micrometer. vernier height gauge and depth gauge. dead time and dead zone. Introduction to measurement and instrumentation used to control the physical and chemical properties of materials. calibration. lag. Metrology: Line. Angular measurements. temperature compensation.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. pitch. Torque and Shaft Power Measurement: Mechanical tachometers. minor diameter. linear measurements . curve fitting. mechanical. systematic and random error. roundness comparators -their types. 5. Sin bar. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. speed of response. pitch and checking of profile for spur gears. Measurement of major diameter. Clinometers. strain rosettes. Errors in Measurement: Sources of errors. statistical analysis of test-data. effective diameter.TECH. fidelity and dynamic error. end and wavelength standards. Design and planning of experiments and report writing 4. hysteresis and dead zone. Functional Elements: Strain measurement. transmission and driving dynamo meters . relative merits and limitations.

(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 7.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. diaphragm and bellows. common thermocouples. vacuum measurement . thermo-electric sensors. ultra-sonic flow meters and hot wire anemometer. Dead weight gauge tester. Electromagnetic flux meters. Thermometers. flow visualization techniques. .TECH. Pressure and Temperature Measurement: Bourdon tube.McLeod gauge. thermal conductivity gauge and ionization gauge. Thermistors and Pyrometer. Temperature measurement.

Jain RK. Holman JP.TECH. Ltd. ”Experimental Methods for Engineers”. 2. 5. Khanna publishers. Kuo BC. 3. Doebelin E. Application and Design”.O. . “Engineering Metrology”. Prentice Hall. Kumar DS. 4.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. “Mechanical Measurement and Control”. “Automatic Control systems”. McGraw Hill Publication Company. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) Reference Books: 1. “Measurement System.McGraw Hill Publishing Company. Metropolitan Book Co Pvt.

Inverse of Matrix.trapezoidal rule. Eigen value problems 9. Round-off error. Absolute error. curve fitting by a sum of exponentials. non linear curve fitting.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Percentage error. and interpolation by iteration 6. Least square curve fitting. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING (105505) Credit: 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVE: Introduction to Numerical Methods understand the need for numerical methods and to go through the stages mathematical modeling solving & to develop a thorough understanding of the principles of numerical methods 1. Euler's and modified Euler's method. Simpsons 3/8 rule. Relative error. Gauss -Siedel method. Newton’s formulae for interpolation. Solution of linear systems. 3. Matrices and Linear Systems of Equations: Introduction.R method.cubic spline method: maximum and minimum values of a tabulated function. Gaussian Elimination method (fall and banded symmetric and unsymmetrical systems). Procedures fitting a straight line. Interpolation Methods: Errors in polynomial interpretation. Interpolation with unevenly spaced points. Boundary value problems. rate of convergence of the interactive method. end conditions 7. Runge-Kutta method. central difference interpolation formulae.. conversion of a divergent functional iteration scheme into a convergent one. Newton's general interpolation formula. Gaussian integration(One dimensional only) 8. Newton-Raphson and secant method. Curve Fitting: Cubic splines and approximation: introduction. Euler-McLaren formula. finite difference methods. Simpson1/3 rule. Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Conditions for the convergence of the iteration method. errors in series approximation. 2. forward.TECH. Data fitting with cubic splines-derivation of governing equation. finite difference. Difference of polynomial. Prediction -correction method. 10. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Finite difference approximation to derivatives. Prediction corrector method. Matrix inversion method. iteration method false position. Parabolic equation and their solution using iterative methods . Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations: Solution by Taylor's series. Errors in Numerical Calculations: Errors in arithmetic operations and functions. comparison of bisection method. truncation error.O. S.Jacobi's method. backward and central difference. Numerical Differentiation and Integration: Numerical differentiation. Numerical Integration. Newtoncots integration formulae. Solution to Laplace’s equation.

Tata Mc Graw Hill. John Wiley. Cornahn B.D. “Numerical Methods for Science and Engg”. Jain. . application in solving fluid dynamic equations Reference Books: 1.K. S. “Elementary Numerical Analysis”.K. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 11. Jain. Conte & Cari de Boor. “Applied Numerical Methods”. M. 3.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. “Applied Numerical Analysis”. Application of Numerical Method: Application in heat and mass transfer equations. V.TECH. 4. Gerald Wheatly. Pearsons Education. 5. 2. Raja Raman. R. “Computer Oriented Numerical Methods”.

gear box assembly and differential. 7. Trouble shooting in the ignition system.TECH. Trouble shooting in cooling system of an automotive vehicle. 2. 3. brake shoes. Demonstration of steering system and measurement of steering geometry angles and their impact on vehicle performance. 6. Fault diagnosis in transmission system including clutches. setting of contact breaker points and spark plug gap. 5. Replacing of ring and studying the method of replacing piston after repair.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. . overhauling of system and the adjusting of the system and its testing. 4. Valve refacing and valve seat grinding and checking for leakage of valves. Trouble shooting in braking system with specific reference to master cylinder. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING LAB (105506) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 List of Experiments: 1.

8. and other aids for distance and mass properties calculations. Understand different coordinate system and do a exercise on drafting software using this. 5. 4. 3. Learn the basic options of drawing aids like grid. 2.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. 10. Learn and use shading and rendering techniques for better visual appearance. 7. Learn the basic initial setting and viewing of the drafting software's interface. ortho etc. Draw the different types of 3D modeling entities using viewing commands to view them. . 6. 9. snap. Draw the different Surface model with different editing commands. Learn and use the layers and blocks in drafting software. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING LAB (105507) Credit: 01 LTP 0 0 2 1.TECH. Learn and draw the basic entities in 2D. Learn and use the various modify commands of the drafting software. Use hatching and dimensioning to detail out a component drawing.

(MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) HEAT TRANSFER LAB (105508) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. Evaluate the performance of a heat pipe. 6. Determination of heat transfer coefficient for i) Film condensation ii) Drop-wise condensation. To determine total resistance and thermal conductivity of composite wall. 3. 2. Determination of coefficient of heat transfer for free/forced convection from the surface of a cylinder / plate when kept: i) Along the direction of flow ii) Perpendicular to the direction of flow iii) Inclined at an angle to the direction of flow. 5.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. . To study the rate of heat transfer through different types of fins (1-4) under free convection heat transfer. 4. To determine the emissivity of non black plate surface. 8. Determination of thermal conductivity of a solid insulating material by slab method. 7.TECH. Determination heat transfer coefficient by radiation and hence find the Stefan Boltzman's constant using two plates/two cylinders of same size by making one of the plates/cylinders as a black body.

Riveted and bolted joints And justify your findings 4. Find a flange coupling in the college laboratory and justify its design by actual measurements 5. Design a software in some high level language or excel sheets for design of a component . Select a daily use product and design the conceptual design by applying the design process talking the controlling parameters 2. Justify the design of single plate clutch of a engine assembly 8. Select a braking system lever (both hand and foot lever) and justify the design parameters 7. by actual working and loading conditions 6.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MACHINE DESIGN -1 PRACTICE (105509) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 1.TECH. Design a wall bracket. Design a shaft used in some practical application. Welded joints b. Make a list of mechanical components and know their materials and suggest some alternative materials for the each on of them 3. which is being used in real life by actual measurement of load a.

Measurement of thread element by Tool makers microscope 7. Measurement of surface roughness 4. its calibration and application for temperature measurement . Measurement of gear elements using profile projector 5. Preparation of a thermocouple. Use of pilot tube to plot velocity profile of a fluid through a circular duct 10. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT AND METROLOGY LAB (105510) Credit: 01 1. Three wire method to determine effective diameter of external threads 6.TECH. Calibration of a pressure gauge with the help of a dead weight gauge tester LTP 0 0 2 8. Measurement with the help of vernier caliper and micrometer 2.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Measurement of an angle with the help of sine bar 3. Use of stroboscope for measurement of speed of shaft 9.

Numerical Integration with Simpson's rule and Gaussian Integration 5. Solution of partial differential equations using S. To develop computer program to determine roots of a given equation using method of a). . Linear and Non-Linear curve fitting technique 4.R. False position b).TECH.O. without and with specified boundary conditions. To develop computer programs for solution of system of simultaneous linear equations using: a) Gauss Elimination Technique. 2. for full as well as bounded symmetric and unsymmetrical matrices b) Gauss Shield iterative technique Successive over Relaxation (S. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGG.O. Newton -Raphson method.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Technique with special reference to heat conclusion equation.R) Technique 3. LAB (105511) Credit: 01 LTP 0 0 2 1. Solution of ordinary differential equations by (i) Euler Method (ii) Runge-Kutta Method (iii) Taylor Series Methods 6.

changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing. streams. Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. renewable and non renewable energy sources. ethical.Value of biodiversity : consumptive use. dams-benefits and problems.TECH. 2. mining. lakes. structure and function of the following. 2. fertilizer-pesticide problems.. soil erosion and desertification. 3. land degradation. Ecosystems: Concept of an ecosystem. species and ecosystem diversity. 2. Forest ecosystem. Conservation of biodiversity : In-situ conservation of biodiversity. Biogeographically classification of India . use of alternate energy sources. estuaries) 4. Introduction. National and local levels.. characteristic features. Structure and function of an ecosystem. Threats to biodiversity : habitat loss. food webs and ecological pyramids.. drought. . based upon sound and scientific knowledge. man-wildlife conflicts. Desert ecosystem. Ecological succession. 1. salinity. Case studies. oceans. Biodiversity and Its Conservation: Introduction – Definition: genetic. Biodiversity at global. effects of modern agriculture. man induced landslides. Food chains. Hot-spots of biodiversity. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds. Endangered and endemic species of India .4 Food resources: World food problems. conflicts and water. case studies.3 Mineral resources: Use and exploitation. social. 2. 2. 2. Natural Resources and Types: 2. Grassland ecosystem. types. Timber extraction. The aim of this course is to provide as instrument of learning useful to education and students today so that future generation of students will be more informed and able to make judgment concerning the environment. rivers. Need for public awareness.1 Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation. deforestation. aesthetic and option values. Producers. India as a megadiversity nation.7 Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. water logging. productive use. 2.2 Water resources: Use and over-Utilization of surface and ground water. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. scope and importance. poaching of wildlife. floods. Energy flow in the ecosystem. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (105601) Credit: 04 L T P 3 1 0 COURSE OBJECTIVES: “A Basic Course in Environmental Studies” has now been introduces at graduate level. The Multidisciplinary Nature of Environmental Studies: Definition.5 Energy resources: Growing energy needs. case studies.6 Land resources: Land as a resource.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. case studies. consumers and decomposers.

5. Environmental Pollution:

Air pollution, Water pollution, Soil pollution, Marine pollution, Noise pollution, Thermal pollution, Nuclear hazards, Solid waste Management , Causes, effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes., Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. Pollution case studies, Disaster management, floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides. 6. Social Issues and the Environment From Unsustainable to Sustainable development ,Urban problems related to energy ,Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management , Resettlement and rehabilitation of people , its problems and concerns. Case studies, Environmental ethics, Issues and possible solutions, Climate change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust. Case studies, Wasteland reclamation, Consumerism and waste products., environment Protection Act., Air (Preventation and Control of Pollution) Act. , Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Forest Conservation Act, Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation, Public awareness. 7. Human Population and the Environment Population growth, variation among nations, Population explosion – Family Welfare Program, Environment and human health, Human Rights, Value Education, HIV / AIDS, Women and Child Welfare, Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. Reference Books: 1. Agarwal, K. C. 2001 Environment Biology, Nidi Publ. Ltd. Bikaner. 2. Jadhav, H & Bhosale, V.M. 1995. Environment Protection and Laws. Himalaya Pub House, Delhi 284p. 3. Rao M. N. & Datta A.K. 1987. Waste Water Treatment. Oxford & IBH Publ. Co. Pvt. Ltd. 345 p.


Credit:04 LTP 3 10

COURSE OBJECTIVES AND EXPECTED OUTCOMES: This course is designed for the undergraduate mechanical engineering students to get knowledge about classification, operating principle of different type of fluid machineries like turbines, pumps and other fluid devices along with the study of performance characteristics and their working parameters. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Introduction Impulse and reaction forces due to fluid on stationary and moving system of vanes, jet propulsion. 2. Basic components of turbo machine and it’s classification on the basis of purpose, fluid dynamic action operating principle, geometrical feature, path followed by the fluid. euler equation for energy transfer in turbo machine and specifying the energy transfer in term of fluid in rotor kinetic energy change. 3. Pelton Turbine Component parts and operation, velocity triangles for different runners, work output, Effective head, available power and efficiency, design aspects such as mean diameter of wheel, jet ratio, number of jets, number of buckets with working proportions. 4. Francis and Kaplan Turbines Component parts and operation velocity triangles and work output, working proportions and design parameters for the runner, Degree of reaction, Draft tubes -its function and types. Function and brief description of commonly used surge tanks. 5. Centrifugal Pumps Layout and installation, Main elements and their functions, Various types and classification, Pressure changes in a pump -suction, delivery and manometric heads, vane shape and its effect on head-capacity relationships, Departure from Euler's theory and losses, pump output and efficiency, Minimum starting speed and impeller diameters at the inner and outer periphery, Priming and priming devices, Multistage pumps -series and parallel arrangement, submersible pumps. Construction and operation, Axial and mixed flow pumps, Trouble shooting -field problems, causes and remedies. 6. Similarity Relations and Performance Characteristics Unit quantities, specific speed and model relationships, scale effect, cavitation and Thoma's cavitation number, Concept of Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) and its application in determining turbine / pump setting. 7. Reciprocating Pumps:--Components parts and working, pressure variations due to piston acceleration, acceleration effects in suction and delivery pipes, work done against friction, maximum permissible vacuum during suction stroke, Air vessels. 8. Hydraulic Devices and Systems Const., operation and utility of simple and differential accumulator, intensifier, fluid coupling and torque converter, Air lift and jet pumps, gear, vane and piston pumps.

Reference Books: 1. Daughaty RL, “Hydraulic Turbines”, McGraw Hill Book Co. 2. Jagdish Lal, “Hydraulic Machines” Metropolitan Book Co Pvt. Ltd. 3. DS Kumar, “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Engineering” SK Kataria and Sons.


Credit: 03 LTP 3 00

COURSE OBJECTIVE: The goal of the course is to familiarize the students with the concepts and techniques in robot manipulator control, enough to evaluate, chose, and incorporate robots in engineering systems. To provide students with a general overview of industrial automation. These courses will attempt to always present these technologies in the context of how they support the needs of the larger manufacturing enterprise. Understand the difference in construction & application of various Sensors used in robotic & automation systems DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Introduction: Concept and need of automation, types of automation: Socio economic consideration: Low cost automation. 2. Fluid Power Control: Fluid power control elements and standard graphical symbols. Construction and performance of fluid power generators, Hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders - construction, design and mounting, Hydraulic and pneumatic valves for pressure, flow and direction control: Servo valves and simple servo systems with mechanical feedback, governing differential equation and its solution for step position input. 3. Pneumatic Logic Circuits: Design of pneumatic logic circuits for a given time displacement diagram or sequence of operations Basic hydraulic and pneumatic circuits. 4. Fluidics: Logic Gates, Introduction Boolean algebra, Truth tables, Conda effect, Fluidic elements - their construction working and performance characteristics: Elementary fluidic circuits. 5. Transfer Devices and Feeders: Their Classification: Construction details and application of transfer devices and feeders (vibratory bowl feeder, reciprocating tube and centrifugal hopper feeder). 6. Electrical and Electronic Controls: Introduction to electrical and electronic controls such as electromagnetic controllers – transducers and sensors, microprocessors, programmable logic controllers (PLC), Integration of mechanical systems with electrical, electronic and computer systems. 7. Robotics: Introduction, classification based on geometry, devices, control and path movement, End effectors - types and applications: Sensors - types and applications. Concept of Robotic/Machine vision, Teach pendent. 8. Industrial Applications of Robots for material transfer material handling, processing, operations, assembly and Inspection.

2. Kataria and Sons.K. Gupta and S. SR Majumdar. University Science Press. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) Reference Books: 1.TECH. 3.” Industrial Automation and Robotics”. 4. .GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. “Pneumatic Control”. SR Deb. Anthony Esposito. “Robotics and Flexible Automation”.K. A. S. “Fluid Power with applications”. 5.K. Kushdeep Goyal and Deepak Bhandari. Arora. “Industrial Automation and Robotics”.

Prentice hall. Types of lubrication. structure of CAD software. Prentice Hall . Band and block brakes 8. V-Belt and rope drive. 2. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MACHINE DESIGN-II (105604) Credit : 04 LTP 3 10 COURSE OBJECTIVE: 1. straight bevel gears.e. Gear: Design of spur. helical. worm and worm wheel 4. Heat generation and thermal equilibrium. Chain: Selection of Chain Drive 3. Shigley. Flywheel: Fly wheel basic concepts -design requirements. Understand the selection /design of Flywheel and pulley 6. “Machine Design”. 2. Block. Understand the selection /design of Lubrication in the transmission systems DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Understand the selection /design of Closed coiled. John-Wiley Publishers 3. Understand the selection /design of sliding and rolling bearings and their housing. Design of sliding and rolling type of bearings. V-belt and rope (steel wire). Detailed of bearing housing 5. Plate and cone types. Bearings: Bearing Selection. Spots. Design of the pulley for the same 2. 4. Computers in Design: Basic Theory of CAD Software. “Machine Design”. “Machine Design”. Designing a CAD Software Reference Books: 1. Fluid Film bearings. Understand the selection/ Design of each of the transmission components Flat. Clutch and Brakes: Need and functioning. Understand the selection /design of Various types of clutches and brakes 8. Design of Contact clutches i.TECH. 5. Design of Flywheel for different operation 6. “Machine Design”.Design of Flat belt. Helical and Leaf springs 7.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Design of Lubrication in Transmission System 9. Belt Drives: Introduction to Belt drives. Design Philosophy. Springs: Introduction to Springs. Design of Close-coil. Understand the selection /design of Chain Drives 3. Understand the selection /design of Gear drives of different types 4. Juvinal John . Tata McGraw hill. helical and leaf springs 7. Norton. Band. Structure of CAD Software.

Standard Publishers. 7. Kataria Publishers 6. Note: Design data book by “design Data Book compiled by PSG Coimbatore Or Machine Design Data Book by V. Goyal & Bahl. “Machine Design Data Book”.Jadon (IK International Publications) is allowed to be used in the examination. “Machine Design”. Aggarwal.” .GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. V. Sharma.K. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 5. Jadon.TECH. PSG College of Engg & Tech.IK International Publications. “Design Data Book”. Coimbatore 8. “Machine Design”.K.

7. cooling capacity and COP of a refrigerator. 3. Non . heating effect. Vapour Compression Refrigeration Cycle: Vapour compression cycle on P-V. super heating and pressure drop in valves on performance and cooling capacity. Vortex Tube Refrigeration. subcooling. Refrigerants dying agents and antifreeze solution. Application of Refrigeration. Theory of mixtures. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING (105605) Credit: 05 LTP 4 10 COURSE OBJECTIVES: To understand the principles of refrigeration and air conditioning. DETAILED CONTENTS: 1. Effect of suction pressure. components of the system. comparative study of commonly used refrigerants and their fields of application. necessity of air craft refrigeration . Mixed Refrigeration Systems. temerature concentration and enthalpy concentration diagrams. environmental aspects of conventional refrigerants.TECH. Refrigeration effect. psychometric chart. Dry bulb. Desirable thermodynamic. Vapour Absorption Refrigeration Cycle (No Mathematical Analysis): Principle of absorption system. Deviation of actual cycle from theoretical cycle. effective temperature and comfort charts. Azeotropes. cryogenics and its engineering applications. 6. Units of refrigeration and Coefficient of performance. Basic Concept: Natural and Mechanical refrigeration.ammonia absorption refrigeration system. Bell Coleman Cycle and Aircraft Refrigeration: Bell Coleman Cycle and its analysis. P-H and T-S diagrams. Relative and specific humidity. leak detection and charging of refrigerants. To select the right equipment for a particular application. 5. Analysis of theoretical and actual vapour compression cycles. Electrolux refrigeration system. enthalpy of air and water vapours. Thermoelectric cooling. Lithium Bromide . To design and implement refrigeration and air conditioning systems using standards. Compressor capacity and volumetric efficiency. Cascade Refrigeration System. Human requirement of comforts.air cycle refrigeration systems and their comparison. Aqua . Effect of moisture and oil miscibility. Refrigerants: Classification and nomenclature of refrigerants. 4. Ecofriendly refrigerants and action plan to reduce ecological hazards. optimum COP and pressure ratio. discharge pressure.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Reversed Carnot cycle and its limitations 2. To calculate the cooling load for different applications. Linde and Claude cycles. chemical and physical properties of refrigerants.Conventional Refrigeration Systems (No Mathematical Analysis): Steam Jet Refrigeration. degree of saturation adiabatic saturation temperature.water absorption system. wet bulb and dew point temperatures. heating capacity and COP as heat pump. Air Conditioning Concept and Applications: Psychometric properties of air. Industrial and comfort air conditioning. comparison between absorption and compression systems. Desirable properties of absorption system refrigerant and absorbent. .

chemical dehumidification. sensible heat factor. Measurement of air flow. air conditioning of theatres Reference Books: 1. thermostatic expansion valve.air for air. automatic expansion valve. hand expansion valve. cold storage. “Refrigeration and Conditioning”. cooling with dehumidification. Measurement Instruments . 11. apparatus dew point temperature. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 8. 12.K. Measurement of infiltration. McGraw 5. refrigeration method for trucks and trailors. Manohar Prasad. high side float.conditioning of different types of premises. “Refrigeration and Conditioning”. 9. CP Arora.TECH. Measurement of temperature. air washer. “Refrigeration and Conditioning”. adiabatic mixing. Psychometric Processes: Sensible heating and cooling. Measurement of pressure. solenoid vavles. “Refrigeration and Conditioning”. “Refrigeration and Conditioning”. Refrigeration Controls: General aspects. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Heating with dehumidification.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. low side float. Prentice Hall of India 4. Rajput. Rate and state of supply . .Stoecker. Jordon & Priester. Khanna Publications. desrert cooler. ice system of air conditioning. water coolers. Wiley Eastern Limited 3. sensible and latent heat load. R. Calculations for Air –conditioning Load and for Rate and state of Supply Air: Sources of heat load.Air Conditioning: Measurement of humidity. capillary tube. WF. 10. bypass factor. Application of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning: Food preservation.

GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) FLUID MACHINERY LAB (105606) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 1. To draw the characteristics of Pelton Turbine 5. Determination of various efficiencies of Hydraulic Ram 2.TECH. To draw characteristics of Francis turbine 3. To study the constructional features of reciprocating pump and to perform test on it for determination of pump performance 4. To draw the various characteristics of Centrifugal pump 6. Determine the effect of vane shape and vane angle on the performance of centrifugal fan .

Study of reciprocating movement of double acting cylinder using pneumatic direction control valves 4. Study of different types of hydraulic and pneumatic valves . (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS LAB (105607) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 1. 2. Design and assembly of hydraulic / pneumatic circuit. Use of direction control valve and pressure control valves clamping devices for jig and fixture 5.TECH. Study of power steering mechanism using cut piece model 3. Study of robotic arm and its configuration 6. Study the robotic end effectors 7.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.

8. various types of oil seals: friction lock and its applications in reciprocating camfollowers.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. MACHINE DESIGN -II PRACTICE (105608) Credit: 01 L T P 0 0 2 1. 6. Justify the design if flywheel is already there. Calculation of the velocity ratios required in a gear box and then design the gearbox in practical application (gearbox application must involve different types of gears like bevel. study the process and suggest the design parameters of the flywheel required. 2. Design the shafts required to support the assembly and design it for manufacturing and assembly. Find a transmission system involving the worm an worm wheel and then find out the inputs required for its design and justify the design. Find an assembly containing the belt and pulley mechanism and do the complete design calculations and then justify the existing design. spur and helical gears) 5. assembly and link motions. convert its design procedure into an algorithm and write a code for its design or with the help of an application software. For a press of your machine shop. . of various components of machines. Study the layout of some existing transmission system design and suggest a new conceptual design by removing the shortcomings of the existing design 3. 9. alignment and assembly. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) 1. Review of principles of retainment.TECH.(with actual calculations of the loads and the end conditions) 7. 4. Select a mechanical component or system. Design springs for practical application for the given conditions and constraints and find its practical availability.

Study of various elements of a mechanical refrigerator system through cut sections models / actual apparatus. Study the performance of and Electrolux refrigerator. Study and performance of window type room air conditioner .TECH. Calculation/ Estimation of cooling load for large building. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) REFRIGERATION AND AIRCONDITIONING LAB (105609) Credit: 01 LTP 0 02 1. 7. Study and performance of domestic refrigerator. 3. Visit to a central Air conditioning plant for study of processes for winter and summer air conditioning. 4. Study of an Ice plant and visit to a cold storage for study.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. 6. 5. 2.

New Age International Publishers.. 8. 4. Type Of Tests And Characteristic Curves. Engines. Engines. Engines. Engine Design and Operating Parameters. TESTING AND PERFORMANCE Parameters. Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals by Johan B. Methods of Improving Engine Performance. and S. Reference Books: 1. Delhi 6.I. S. Particulates. Governing Equations for Open Thermodynamic System. Classification of IC Engine. Ignition Delay. V. Engine Power. Tata McGraw Hill.P. COOLING AND IGNITION SYSTEMS: Simple and Complex Carburettors. Emission Control Methods. Heywood.I. Ignition Systems. Combustion Chamber for C. Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Engine Cooling.I. MACMILLAN. Abnormal Combustion. 3. LUBRICATION.I. CARBURETTION.I. Fuel Injection Testing. Engine Emissions. Introduction to Internal Combustion Engines by Richard Stone. Heat Engineering by D. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (105901) Credits: 04 LTP 3 1 0 1. Combustion Design For S. Prentice Hall International. COMBUSTION IN S.Sharma. Friction And Lubrication.L. New York 3. Engine Efficiencies. Engineering Fundamentals of the Internal Combustion Engine. Kumar.I. Gasoline Injection. Engines.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. McGraw Hill Book Co. INTRODUCTION: Review of Otto. Actual Cycles and their Analysis. Stoichiometric and Actual Air Requirements. Thermal Engineering by S. Difference between C. Magneto And Battery Ignition Systems. Flame Speed.K. Types Of Lubrication Systems. Willard W Pulkrabek. Dual and Stirling Cycle. Somasundaram. Diesel. Flue Gas Analysis. Inc.C.Kataria & Sons.. EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation). MODELLING OF IC ENGINE SYSTEM: Classification of Models. Flame Front Propagation. Engines. ENGINES: Combustion in C.TECH. N Delhi . 6. Comparison of Cycles. Combustion Chambers for S. New York 4.Mathur & R. FUELS: Fuels and Their Properties. Variables Affecting Performance Characteristics.I. Air Pollution Due To IC Engines. 5. Vasandhani. combustion Knock.I. EMISSION: Engine Economy.I. Engines. COMBUSTION IN C. Internal Combustion Engine by V Ganesan. N Delhi 7.Engine by M.L. A Course in I. Ignition Timing. Ignition Delay. N. Two Stroke and Four Stroke cycle Engines.S. New Delhi 5.P. 7. 2. ENGINES: Combustion in S. New York 2.

Geothermal: Sources of geothermal energy types. wind data and site selection considerations. 5. single basin and double basin tidal power plants. 2. Solar Energy: Solar radiations-beam and diffused radiations. Thermo-electric effects and materials. 8. applications and economic aspects of above mentioned direct energy conversion systems. types and working of different MHD system –their relative merits. water desalination and water pumping.TECH. working principle of thermionic convertors iv) Fuel Cell. types. Solar thermal power generation.P. Tata McGraw-Hill. basic components of wind energy conversion systems. Reference Books: 1. bio gas generators and plants. flat plate. fuel properties of bio gas and community bio gas plants. characteristics and capacity. Garg. Thermodynamic aspect. Solar Energy: Principles of thermal collection & storage by S. Solar Energy Equipments: Principles. MHD materials and production of magnetic fields ii) Thermo-Electric Generators. 6. Wind Energy: Principle of wind energy conservation. constructional features and associated prime movers.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. their types constructional features and functioning. 3. cylindrical and parabolic collectors. their availability and growth in India: energy consumption as a measure of Nation. Tidal and Wave Energy: Basic principles and components of tidal and wave energy plants. solar cells and batteries. Introduction: Renewable and non-renewable energy sources. introduction to different types of collectors. space and process heating. Bio-Mass: Concept of bio-mass conversion. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) NON CONVENTIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES (105902) Credits: 04 LTP 3 1 0 1. thermoelectric devices and types of thermo-electric generators. 3. solar ponds. Energy conversion by Duffie Beckman Chang. photo-synthesis and bio-gasification. H.s Development: strategy for meeting the future energy requirements. Application of solar energy in water. wind mill components.P. Thermionic emission and materials. earth sun angles. attenuation and measurement of solar radiations. Performance. Direct Energy Conversion Systems: i) Magneto Hydrodynamic (MHD) Generators. Advantages/disadvantages and applications of above mentioned energy systems. 7. conversion devices. components and working of fuel cell. Optical properties of materials and selective surfaces. Solar energy storage systems-their types. solar refrigerant and air conditioning. thermoelectric refrigeration iii) Thermionic Generators. 2. Solar Energy: Fundamentals and Applications by Jai Prakash. Operating principle. 4. Sukhatme . various types and their constructional features. Prentice Hall. Tata McGrawHill. Solar Engineering of Thermal Process. .

e. Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers. Insulation. Optimum Use of Prime Movers for Power Generation Such As Stteam Turbines. Measures in Air Conditioning. . (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT (105903) Credits: 04 LTP 310 1. Oil. Textile and Oil Refineries and Their Energy Usage Pattern. Fluidized Bed Technology. Energy Intensive Industries i. Primary Energy Sources Such As Coal. Process Energy Conservation (Chemical Engineering) by Richard Greene. Combustion System. Laser as a Welding Tool. Alternative Sources of Energy. Oxford Press.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Methodology And Analysis. Steam. Plant: Good Housekeeping. Energy Conservation Case Studies In Air Conditioning. Reference Books 1. Gas Turbines. London 2. Need for Energy Conservation.TECH.e. Pulp and Paper. Boilers. Energy Conservation Handbook. Furnaces and General Awareness.. Industrial Energy Conservation Handbook. Regenerators etc. Economizers Waste Heat Boilers. Waste Heat Recovery Systems i. by D. Refractory.A. Mcgraw-Hill Publication Co. Its Potentials. Energy Audit. Specialized Processes such As Dielectric & Micro Wave Heating. Hyderabad 3. Fiscal Incentives. Gas. 3. Iron and Steel. Boiler And Burners 4.. New York. Aluminum. Electronic Beam Welding. Diesel and Gas Engines.. Recuperates. Utility Publication Ltd. Energy Storage Systems Thermal Storage. Nuclear Fuel 2.

Meinel. Solar Availability: Introduction. Latent-Heat Storage. Flywheels. Phyrheliometer and Sunshine Recorder. Basic System Diagram. Peaking Effect of Back up Demands. fixed latitude + 15°. An Introduction to Applied Solar Energy by Aden B. Variation of flux curves with latitude and geometry. Height variation of direct sunlight. Hand Book of Solar Energy by Jan F. Fluid Properties. Parametric Relationships for Fluid Transfer. Fluid Mechanics. Temperature Rise. Solar Flux.Kreider & Fran K. Vertical South-facing. Compressed Air. Energy Storage. Heat Losses in a Distributed Collector system. Sensible-Heat Storage. Manufacture of Silicon Cells. Cadmium sulfide Solar Cells. Double Window Collector Improvement of Performance. Biological Storage. Sample Calculation. Direct Conversion to Electricity: Introduction. Chemical Batteries. Introduction to solar Flux observation. Thermonic Solar Cells. Correlation between direct and total Insulation. latitude Tilted. Efficiency versus-Temperature Curves. Geometrical Suppression of Convection. East west horz and N-S tracking. Diurnal Variation of Direct Sunlight. Pressure Drop Relations. Two stage evaporative cooling etc. Correlation of sunshine with Wind Velocity. Standard Atmosphere. Selective Windows Facing Selective Surface Combination of Absorber and selective windows. Flat-Plate Collectors: Introduction. Basic Collector Configurations. Farm Thermal Storage Tank. Zenith Distance Vs time. Reference Books:1. Phase-Change Thermal Direct Conversion. Effect of Selective Absorber Surface. Air-Transfer Systems. 2.Meinel & Marjoric P. Solar Constant. Time of sunrise and sun-set fully Tracking collector. Thermal Behaviors of Solar Cells Cooled Solar Cells for Concentrating System. Hydro storage. Collector Heat Balances. Silicon Cells. The Bare Collector. Zoned Thermal Storage Fluid Tank. Energy Storage: Introduction. 2. Environmental Thermal Infrared Flux and ETIR Model. Thermal Inertia U-Factor. Comparison of theoretical curves with observation. Problems. Thermo-electric Solar Cells. 4. Application of Solar Energy: (History and Survey Application) Community Heating & Cooling system. Salt Eutectics. Solar Water pumping. Solar Flux and Weather Data : Introduction. Ratio of Power Expended to Power Generated. Introduction to Fixed Flat plate (horizontal. Peak flux Vs Average flux. Comparison of daily output. Spectrum of sun. 5. . Geographical distribution of sun-shine and effects of weather on Solar Flux. Surface Temperature. 3. Diurnal Temperature. Heat Transfer in Solar Collectors: Introduction. Magnitude of Power Output/Input Ratio.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. MEC Cooling system. Polycry silicon cells. east west tracking and N-S polar east west tracking. Zenith Distance Flux Variation. Instruments such as pyranometer. The Liquid Transfer Module System. Solar Heat Availability. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) SOLAR ENERGY ENGINEERING AND DESIGN (105904) Credits : 04 LTP 310 1. Seasonally Tilted) N-S and horz. Variation of Output/Input Ratio with Solar Flux. Window Temperature. 7. Ribbon Silicon Cells. Thermal Storage. Single –Window Collector. Rock Thermal Storage Tank. Solar flux variation dynamic. General Properties of efficiency Vs Change and Temperature.TECH. Profile. Manufacture of Cadmium Sulfide Cells Gallium Arsenide Solar Cells. 6. Problems. Reynolds Number. Chemical Storage. Direct conversion by Means of Solar Cells. Kreith. solar gas absorption refrigeration.

Q. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) HEAT EXCHANGER AND DESIGN (105905) Credit : 04 LTP 310 1. Heat transfer coefficients. 6. Evaporators. pressure drops. Rating and sizing methods. 2. Longman Scientific and Technical John Wiley and Sons Inc. Liquid chillers. Boiling mechanisms.Graw Hill Book Company Singapore 4.P. Operation and Maintenance: Fouling factors. 5. Hemisphere Publishing Corporation New York . compact heat exchangers and air coolers. Design procedures. Selection of Heat Exchangers. Process Heat Transfer by Kern D. types and applications of heat Exchangers. Fundamentals of Heat Exchangers and Pressure Vessels Technology by Gupta J. Reference Books:1.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Single Phase Heat Exchangers: LMTD and NTU methods. pressure drops and applications. type of fouling and cleaning methods. Mc. Heat Exchangers Selection Design and Construction by Saunders EAD. design criteria. Mechanical Considerations: Codes and Standards. 4. geometry. Augmented surface heat exchangers. Heat Pipe Heat Exchangers: Types and design procedure and applications Installation. plate heat exchangers and plate fine heat exchangers. Heat Transfer 8th Edition by Holman J. Introduction: Classification. Heat Exchanger Design methodology. Condensation Mechanism. International Edition Mc. 8. kettle. New York 2. process parameters. Multiple effect evaporators. thermosyphen and forced circulation.P. Two Phase Heat Exchangers: Types of Boiling. types of condensers and design procedures.TECH. Graw Hill Book Company Singapore 3. two phase flow boiling pressure drop. 3. Mechanical design requirements and materials.

thrust power and propulsion efficiency. area-velocity relation. best value of index of compression. COMBUSTION SYSTEMS: Types. solid and liquid propellants. 4. combustion process.C engines and steam turbines. Mach number and compressible flow regimes. closed cycle and semi-closed cycle gas turbines. GAS TURBINE SYSTEMS AND CYCLES: System of operation of gas turbines-constant volume and constant pressure gas turbines. slip factor. Delhi . 5. isothermal efficiency. Operation of single stage reciprocating compressors. Thermodynamics and Heat Engines vol-2 by R Yadav. Centrifugal compressors. degree reaction and polytrophic efficiency Performance characteristics. 6. choking and stalling.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. static and total head values. velocity vector diagrams. effect of clearance and volumetric efficiency. analysis and performance characteristics of turbojet. gas turbines v/s I. normal shock waves. relation between upstream and downstream flow parameters. thermodynamics of Brayton cycle. surging. regenerationintercooling. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) GAS TURBINES AND JET PROPULSION (105906) Credits: 04 LTP 3 10 1. AIR-BREATHING PROPULSION SYSTEMS: Principle of jet propulsion. combustion intensity efficiency and pressure loss. Principle of Jet Propulsion and Gas Turbine by Zucrow M J 3. multi-stage compression. isentropic flow relations. reheating and their combinations. turboprop. ROCKET PROPULSION: Operating principle. pressure coefficient and pre-whirl. basic equations for one-dimensional compressible flow. ramjet and pulsejet. Heat Engineering by Vasandani V P & Kumar D S 4. 3. 2. COMPRESSORS: Classification-positive displacement and dynamic compressors. COMPRESSIBLE FLOW: Wave propagation and sound velocity. air motors. Central Publishing House. Axial flow compressors. performance analysis calculations for specific impulse and propulsive efficiency. Reference Books:1. Gas Turbine Theory by Cohen & Rogers 2.TECH.

N. Mechanics Of Forming Process: Rolling. Extrusion: Process. deep drawing force analysis. parameters. Narayan : Ahuja Book Publishers. 6. rolling pressure. by Ghosh & Malik. Introduction to High Energy Rate Forming Processes (HERF). An Introduction to the Principles of Industrial Metal Working. stress / strain / strain-rate characteristics of materials. Manufacturing Science. defects in forged 4. defects in drawn components 5. yield criteria of metals. by Avitzur. variables affecting the process 7. pressure required to extrude. limiting draw ratio. Punching & Blanking: Two-dimensional deformation model and fracture analysis. L. Fundamentals of Metal Forming Processes. Rowe. driving torque and power requirements. Mechanical Engineers. 8. by J. Drawing: Drawing stresses. 3. by B. New York 4. Bending: Bendability. Metal Forming Analysis. formability. Juneja. process parameters. London 2. Classification Of Metal Forming Processes: Elementary theory of plasticity. determination of working force. by Johnson & Millore. by Samy R. hydrostatic extrusion. Affiliated East-West Press. W. Metal Forming Technology. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) METAL FORMING (105907) Credit: 4 L T P 3 1 0 1. New Delhi . Edward Arnold. McGraw Hill. High Energy Rate Forming: Classification. Determination of forces in strip forging and disc forging. New Delhi. Reference Books: 1. 6. London 5. 3. comparison of conventional and high speed forming.TECH. determination of work load from stress analysis and energy considerations. 2. determination of maximum allowable reduction. factors affecting drawability determination of force and power in wire drawing. Delhi. power loss. determination of work load and spring back. New Age International Publishers. Forging: components. Van Nostrand. pressure distribution and roll separating force.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.

. Marcel Dekker Inc.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Hot machining. Non traditional Manufacturing Processes. classification. . Thermal Metal Removal Processes: Electric Discharge Machining. Applications and limitations 3.TECH. Chemical Machining: grinding.C. Electrochemical deburring. limitations and advantages. Equipment's. elements and applications of Electrochemical Machining. Hybrid Machining Processes: concept. Shan.S. Panday and H. Boothroyd and W. G. Modern Machining Processes: An Overview. electrode feed control. process capabilities and limitations 5. Mechanism of metal removal. Tata Mc Graw Hill 2.Material removal. safety precautions and applications. Generation and control of electron beam. Electrochemical 4. selection of electrode material. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) NON-TRADITIONAL MACHINING PROCESSES (105908) Credit: 4 L T P 3 1 0 1. Electrochemical honing. Knight. Benedict. Plasma Arc.method. PAM parameters. Electrochemical & Chemical Removal Processes: Principle of operation. Electron-Beam Machining-. Advanced Mechanical Processes: Ultrasonic machining and Abrasive Flow Machining- elements of process. computer integrated manufacturing 2. Fundamentals of Machining and Machine Tools by G.Mechanism of metal removal. Laser Beam machining. applications.F. flexible machining system. transfer machining. Applications and limitations. trends in Manufacturing machining.A. 3. die electric fluids flushing. application. Mareel Dekker Inc. Modern Machining Processes by P. Advantages Reference Books: 1. Machining.

Selection of classifications and Coding Systems. 3. volume variety relationships for understanding manufacturing systems. case studies on FMS. LAYOUT: Layout consideration for flexible manufacturing. different types of flexibilities in manufacturing. FMS Control Systems. scheduling of flexible manufacturing systems. Horizontal & vertical matching centers. GROUP TECHNOLOGY AND CELLULAR MANUFACTURING : Part families formation. Automatic storage and retrieved systems. Maleki 4. different types of FMS. Systems Approach to Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing Automation. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing by M. material handling systems and computer control system. FMS SIMULATION: Future developments in FMS. Machining of FMS. work stations. building blocks of flexible manufacturing systems.P. storage-retrieved systems. Jha . Automation. FLEXIBILITY AND AUTOMATION: Flexibility and automation. production flow analysis. 4.A. Flexible Manufacturing Systems by R. Hand Book of Flexibile Manufacturing Systems by Nand K. Cellular Manufacturing . Production Systems by Nanua Singh 2.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (105909) Credit: 4 L T P 3 1 0 1.Groover 3. BOOKS RECOMMENDED 1.TECH. 2.Computer aided process planning..

Kuo. fluid pressure. Instruction set. 2 SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS: Performance Terminology. Microprocessor based controllers and Mechatronics Approach. Boennett. New Delhi . pressure and process control valve. temperature. Embedding a microprocessor into a Mechatronics system 7 MICROPROCESSOR BASED PROJECT: Assemble a suitable system using microprocessor kit for its control Reference Books:1 Mechatronics by W. Bolton 2 Microprocessors by Rafiquzzaman 3 Real time computer controls: S. Solenoid. velocity. liquid level. Prentice Hall . light sensors. Protection. 4 Automatic Control Systems Benjamin : C. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MECHATRONICS (105910) Credit: 4 1 L T P 3 1 0 INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS: Definition and approach of Mechatronics. DC/AC Motors. Displacement. digital signals. Position. Pneumatic and hydraulic systems 5 ELECTRICAL ACTUATION SYSTEM: Mechanical Switches. Stepper Motors 6 MICROPROCESSOR AND ITS APPLICATION: Architecture of Microprocssor 8085. pulse modulation 4 PNEUMATIC AND HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS: Actuation systems. Measurement and Control Systems.TECH. Multiplexes and digital signal processing. force. procedure for selection 3 SIGNAL CONDITIONING: Operational Amplifier. Directions.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Proximity. Solid State Switches.

Types of automation. Elements of NC machine tools. work piece handling system. features of CNC systems. System approach to Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing by Nanua Singh 4. machine cell design. automation. 6. online inspection and quality control. Advantages of CAPP. INTRODUCTION: Historical background. programming for three axis control system. Machine Vision system. Computer aided inspection (CAI): contact inspection methods. direct numerical control (DNC). the future automated factory. standard communication interfaces. Automation strategies. machining centers. Computer aided CNC part programming: Need of Computer aided part programming. communication networks. Introduction to computer integrated manufacturing systems (CIMS). 7. economics of NC manufacturing. Tool management systems. configuration of CNC system. the social impact. applications of NC systems. trends in manufacturing. advantages of NC system. FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM: Introduction to FMS (building blocks of FMS). Machining system of FMS. tooling for NC machines. CNC PART PROGRAMMING: Introduction. programming for two axis control system. NC machine tools. BS & Adinathan 6. fundamentals of NC. COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL: Principle of operation of CNC. An introduction to Automated Process Planning by Chand & Wysk . adaptive control. NUMERICAL CONTROL IN CAM: Introduction. Advantages of FMS. Part families. non-contact inspection. 3.Maleki 5. parts classification and coding.K. development in CNC systems. FMS by R. in process gauging. production flow analysis. type of FMS. Steps in NC manufacturing. programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Computer aided process planning (CAPP): Types of process planning system. Automation: Production Systems & CAM by Groover.Kundra 3. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING (105911) Credit: 4 L T P 3 1 0 1. CNC Machines by Pabla. NC programming codes. Need of NC machine tool. 4.TECH. T. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Manual part programming: structure and format of part program. 5. Lay out considerations in FMS. Computer aided testing (CAT). CAD/CAM-Based part programming. Axes of NC machines. role of computers in manufacturing. COMPUTER AIDED QUALITY CONTROL (CAQC): Use of computers in QC. 2. human factors in future automated factory. INTRODUCTION TO ROBOT TECHNOLOGY IN CAM: Group Technology and Cellular manufacturing: Introduction. FMS Control. computer aided Part Programming languages: Automatically programmed tools programming (APT) and Compact-II. Eaglewood 2. CAD/CAM by Suresh Dalela & PK Jain . different types of flexibilities in FMS.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.

Jigs and Fixtures by Colovin. 6. Non-Standard clamping devices. 7. equalizers. and Massachusettes Institute of Technology. Locating element. Types and design procedure. Jig and fixtures: Fits and tolerances analysis.TECH.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.H. F. 4. transfer machines. milling and grinding. H. Jigs and Fixtures Design by Haughton. bending die. Jigs and Fixtures by Parson. . Jigs and Fixtures Design by Hardy.W. progressive dies. Automatic loading and unloading devices. drawing die.) 3. 5. centerlizers. costs calculations. in process gauging. procedure in designing. modulation-design concept. clamping elements. Transfer-devices. Design of Dies: Elements of Dies and Punch. Transfer line jigs & fixtures for the operation of Multi-drilling. boring. actuators (Pneumatic. Jigs and Fixtures Design by Franklin-D-Jones. 4. Analysis Reference Books:1. P.S. Universal Jigs and Fixtures. Jigs and Fixtures: Elements of jigs and fixtures. 5. 2. 3. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) JIGS FIXTURES & DIE DESIGN (105912) Credit: 4 LTP 3 10 1. hydraulic electric and electronic. 2.

Titration curve method 3. Examples Of Mathematical Models Of Chemical Engineering Systems: series of isothermal constant hold up CSTR‘s. Numerical Methods (Iterative Convergence Methods): Interval halving. Implicit methods 4. 2. equation of motion.TECH. False Position. Equilibrium. Batch distillation with hold up. (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) MODELING AND SIMULATION (105913) Credit : 04 LTP 3 10 1. Chemical Kinetics. Process Modeling & Simulation by Chawla McGraw Hill . Batch reactor. Muller method. fundamental Laws. Numerical integration algorithm.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Chemical Engineering Process Dynamics by B. Analysis and Simulation by Bequette Prentice Hall 3. mathematical-based simulation model. Principles of formulation. Newton Raphson method. Simulation Examples: Gravity flow tank. Multi component flash vaporizer drum. equilibrium constant. Energy equation. Biochemical reactors and absorption 5. Non-isothermal CSTR. CSTR‘s with variable hold ups. Binary distillation column. single component. continuity equitation. Uses of Mathematical model. Three CSTRs in series. Two heated tanks. Euler method. Reference Books: 1. System Modeling & Simulations Control for Chemical Engineers by Leubegr PHI 4. transport equation. Gas Phase pressurized CSTR. Ph system. Equation of state. Fundamentals: Introduction and Simulation Examples: Types of transport phenomenonbased model. Multi-component distillation column. Explicit convergence method.Wayer Prentice Hall 2. Runga-Kutta Algorithm. non-isothermal CSTR.

Steady-state heat transfer. Computer Implementation: Introduction. Stresses and equilibrium. Truss and Beam Elements 4. 2D and 3D. Higher-Order Elements: Plate Bending. Temperature Effects. Non-conforming Elements and Patch Test 7. Introduction & Fundamental Concepts: Classification of Differential Equations. Finite Element Procedures by Bathe PHI 3. Vectors and Matrices 2.Tech. Treatment of Boundary Conditions and Temperature Effects. Stress-Strain Relations. Weighted Residual Method. Nine Node Quadrilateral. Plane Trusses. Variational Formulation 3. The Finite Element Methods for Engineers by Huebner John Wiley 5. Introduction: Historical Background. Rayleigh-Ritz Method. Constant Strain Triangle (CST) . (Introduction only) 9. Scalar Field Problems: Introduction. An Introduction to Finite Element Method by Reddy TMH 4. Assembly of Global Stiffness Matrix and load vector 6. The Finite Element Method by Zienkiewicz TMH 6. 2-D FE Modeling: Finite Element Modeling. Numerical Integration. Potential Flow. Eight Node Quadrilaterals. Generalized Coordinates. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering by Chandrupatla and Belegundu PHI 2. Boundary Conditions. Truss: Introduction. Finite Element Analysis by Buchanan McGraw Hill . (Mechanical Engineering) FINITE ELEMENT METHOD (105917) Credit : 04 LTP 310 1. Coordinate Transformation. Computer Program Organization for Calculation of System Matrices Reference Books: 1. Natural Coordinates in 1D. Higher Order Elements. Six Node Triangle 5. Assembly of Global Stiffness matrix and Load vector. Least Square Method. 1-D FE Modeling: Finite Element Modeling. C0 and C1 Elements.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Galerkin’s Method. Fluid Flow in Ducts 8. Coordinates and Shape Functions. Strain-Displacement Relations. Dynamic Considerations: Element Mass Matrices. Evaluation of Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors. Properties of Stiffness Matrix. The Four Node Quadrilateral. Point Method.


(Mechanical Engineering) INDUSTRIAL TRIBOLOGY (105914) Credit : 04 LTP 3 10 1. concept of adhesion. Pressure distribution.B. Rolling and surface of interactions. surface energy and flash temp theory 2. minimum film thickness. concept. Standard handbook of machine design by Shigley.Prabhu McGraw Hill . field number. Solid Lubricants: Solid lubricants and its applications in metal forming processes Reference Books1. Design of air bearing ad other gas bearing 6. Friction: Law of sliding friction. Clearance in journal bearing. declamation. solution of Reynolds equation in two and three-dimensional flow. electrical and oxidative. rubbing.S. fretting erosive. Industrial Tribology by Dr. Wear: Laws of wear. Introduction: Friction. lapping and honing 4. fatigue. types of wear such as adhesive.Tech. design aspects and modes of bearing failures and also hydrodynamic lubrication 7. abrasive. Rolling friction: Reynolds’s slip. friction forces in oil film and coefficient of friction in journal bearing. properties of materials. Solid lubricant types and applications 5. Contacts: conforming and non-conforming. corrosive.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. boundary. 3. oscillating. Mischke & Brown McGraw Hill 3. wear of cutting tool and dies. oil grooves and flow of oil in axial and circumferential grooves. cavitations and turbulence in oil bearings. Types of Motion. study of abrasion in grinding. selection of roller bearings and their methods of lubrication. Taylor’s model of friction. Types of Engg. wear and lubrication. load carrying capacity. Bearing Design: Design of bearing. squeeze film hydrodynamic and elasto hydrodynamic and hydrostatic lubricants plasto hydrodynamic lubricants. elastic and plastic deformations. Heat generation and cooling or bearing hydrostatic and dynamic and their applications in machine tools. Machine Design Handbook by Powell Sharma & AggarwalKatariaA McGraw Hill 2. sliding. Measurement of friction. Measurement of wear in dry atmosphere and different environments control of wear. Lubricants: Mechanisms of lubricants.

Radiography: X-ray and Gamma ray sources. image quality indicators and screens. segregation. X-ray films.Tech. Recent Methods used in the NDT: Principles of acoustics emission. embrittlement of metals. pulse echoes. Analysis of Metallurgical Failures‘ Colangelo V. Heisler F..K Tata Mc Graw Hill 2. overheating. thermography. through-transmission and resonance methods of testing. comparison between destructive and non-destructive testing. Metallurgy of Failure Analysis‘ Das A. Recommended Books1. residual stresses in metals and their effects.g.A. radiation safety. equipments and accessories. decarburizing etc. ultrasonic fields and their characteristics. improper quenching. liquid penetration and magnetic particle tests Ultrasonic Examination: Principles of wave propagation. Introduction to NDT. common causes of failure in metals and alloys. instrumentation and application. neutron radiography. benefits from NDT. John Wiley and Sons Practical Non Destructive Testing‘ 4. 3.A. radiography techniques. fluoroscopy. Failure Analysis: Material failure and failure due to the environmental effects. Quality Concept and NDT: NDT as a quality tool. burning. Baldev Raj Jayakumar T Narosa Publishing House . blow holes etc. generation of US waves.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B.). optical and acoustical holography. fundamentals of crack propagation. and real time imaging. (Mechanical Engineering) NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (105918) Credit : 04 LTP 3 10 Introduction: Weld quality. piezoelectric and magnetostrictive effects. Xero-radiography. ultrasonic testing of materials. visual examination. film processing and interpretation. defects in production/manufacturing e. calibration and control of ultrasonic testing equipment.g. failure due to the improper heat treatment (e. industrial importance of NDT.

D. Pressed component design. Product Design and Process Engineering by Niebel & Draper 4. Cost cutting. philosophy and objectives of value analysis.K. Implementation Phase. value manual. limitations of value analysis. Forging design. types of value. Recommendation Phase. difference between value engineering and cost reduction techniques. Reference Books:1.E. 2. Production consumption cycle. (Mechanical Engineering) PRODUCT DESIGN AND VALUE ENGINEERING (105916) Credit : 04 LTP 310 1. Essential factors of product design. Value Engineering in Manufacturing ASME 8. Design for machining. VALUE ENGINEERING: Concept of value. areas of application of value engineering. Product Design and Engineering by A. Design of Systems and Devices by Middendorf Marcel Dekker 5. Flow and value addition in Production consumption cycle. Tool of technology in value analysis. Basic concept and elements of Visual design. various cost cutting techniques. Chitale & Gupta 3. Design of powder metallurgical parts. Case studies in value engineering and analysis from manufacturing and service industries. Function Phase. method & engineering.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. customer and value. Eppinger 2. break even analysis. Creation Phase. Value Engineering Cell. MANUFACTURING CONSIDERATION: Producibility Requirements in the design of machine components. 3. Techniques of Value Analysis and Value Engineering by Miles Lawerence 7. Audit Phase. 4. Some additional aspects of production design. Value Engineering by SAVE Mudge 6. Value Engineering Theory by Parker. Redesigning on basis of production consideration. FUNCTIONAL & AESTHETICS CONSIDERATION: Basic design considerations. Design by Evolution and Innovation. systems approach. Evaluation Phase. . INTRODUCTION: Introduction to Product Design. cost and price. SWOT analysis. cause and effect diagram. Functional design practice. Ease of location and Clamping. Role of Aesthetics in product design.Tech. composition of cell. Product Design and Development by Kail T. Job plan for value analysis approach: Information phase. Ulrich & Steven D.

4.Guy 2. properties and uses of cast irons – Grey. surface hardening processes. solid solution. aluminum. alloys steels. CORROSION AND OXIDATION: Types of corrosion.P. Inter-metallic compounds. oxidation design against corrosion. tool steels and heat resistant steels-classification composition and uses. Engineering Metallurgy by S. Rollason 6. MECHANICAL WORKING OF METALS: Hot and cold working. bearing materials. RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. STRUCTURE OF METALS AND ALLOYS: Elementary consideration of structures of metals. zinc. Eutectic and peritectic systems. EXTRACTION METALLURGY: Brief outlines of steel making. Interpretation of Equilibrium diagrams. protective coatings and environment control.Bailey 4. torsion. PHASE DIAGRAMS: Solidification of metals. equilibrium structures – annealing normalizing. Interrupted quenching. malleable and nodular. Martensitic transformation and tempering isothermal transformation diagrams. ISI specifications. 6. Fatigue.G. Age hardening of non-ferrous metals. grain boundaries. 7.J. 2. Recrystallisation. crystal systems allotropy. Material properties: Tension. creep etc. compression. Metallurgy for Engineers by E.Nayak 3.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Manufacture. Plain carbon steels. Engineering Metallurgy by A. Equilibrium diagrams of some important alloys like bronze. magnesium. Raghavan .W. and lead – base alloys. (Mechanical Engineering) ENGINEERING MATERIAL (105915) Credit : 04 LTP 310 1. FUNDAMENTALS OF MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR: Engineering materials. Physical Metallurgy by Avener 5. hot shortness. phase rule. Recovery. 9. and cold shortness. NON-FERROUS METALS AND ALLOYS: Copper. Soldering and brazing alloys. 3. 8. brass. 5. Fundamentals of Engineering Metallurgy by F. Harden ability and harden ability tests. Quenching and hardening. nickel. space lattices. Physical Metallurgy by V. hardness. HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL: Critical temperatures on heating and cooling.Tech. Impurities in steel. FERROUS ALLOYS: Iron carbon equilibrium diagram. cooling curves.C.

Bill of Material (BOM). 6. 3. Weighted Moving Average. Maintenance of MPS – Scheduling in Manufacturing Systems – Conventional & Flexible Systems. INTRODUCTION: Types and Characteristics of Production Systems – (i) Continuous or Process Production (ii) Mass Flow Line Production. Action Phase. FORECASTING: Definition and Concept. Forecasting by moving average. Master Production Schedule (MPS) – Managing the Master Production Schedule.Brown 4. Production Planning & Inventory Control by Seetharama L et. (Mechanical Engineering) PRODUCTION AND PLANNING CONTROL (105919) Credit: 04 LTP 310 1. Material Management System by R. Group Technology (GT). Reference Books:1. ABC Analysis – Need and Procedural Steps: Material Requirement Planning (MRP) – Function – Inputs to MRP. objectives of Inventory Control.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Correlation Analysis and Linear Regression Analysis. Supply Chain Management (SCM) – Definitions. 4. Types Of Inventory. al 2. Information Required to Process Planning. Purpose of Sales Forecasting. Need. Automated Process Planning – Computer Assisted Process Planning (CAPP). Process Planning Procedure. PROCESS PLANNING: Introduction and Concept. Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) Inventory Models. Implications for Production planning & Inventory Control. PPC Phases – Planning Phase. Basic elements of sales forecasting. Gaither Dryden 3. Process Analysis. Controlling Continuous Production. Concept of Lean Manufacturing (LM) and Just in time (JIT) in Production Systems.Tech. Techniques of Forecasting – Time Series Analysis . Make or Buy decisions. Process chart – Outline and Symbols. 2. INVENTORY CONTROL & MANAGEMENT: Inventory Control. SCM Models. Production & Operation Management by N. Sequencing and Line Balancing Methodologies. Control Phase.J. Decision Support for Inventory Management & Production Planning by Peterson & Surer . PRODUCTION SCHEDULING: The Production Environment. Delphi Method. Exponential Smoothening. 5. SUPPORTING PPC ACTIVITIES: Enterprise Resource planning (ERP) – Objective and Advantages of ERP.

Form in relation to ergonomics. 1967 2.Meaning and objectives of product graphics. 2. “London Liifee Books Ltd. Psychological use of color form and material. material and manufacturing process. Product promotions. Basic principles of graphic design. “Human Factor Engineering by Mccormick K. Engineering Design by Matousek 5. Manufacturing and economic aspects of product development. Graphics of displays and control panels. 4. color as an element of design.Elementary forms their characteristics and significance in design. Visual communication aspects of product graphics. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT:. product developments. 3.Definition and objective. FORM & COLOR: .Standard fastening and joining details in different materials.J. Temporary and permanent joints: Detailing for plastic products. Reference Books: 1. (Ed) McGraw Hill Book. New Horizons for Human Factors in Design by Dale Huchingson R McGraw Hill Company 3. colors and traditions.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT (105920) Credit: 04 LTP 310 1.Basic elements and concept of visual design-line color.. 5. Form transition. . color clarification dynamics. PRODUCT GRAPHICS:. Balance proportion. PRODUCT DETAILING:. Role of designer in product development. Size shape mass. unity and variety. Special relationships and composition in two and three dimensions..H. interrelation of colors. VISUAL DESIGN: . 4.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Engineering Design by Svensson. Industrial Design for Engineers by Mayall W. Detailing for fabricated products in sheet metal.

8. total quality control (TQC) and Total Quality Management (TQM). Role of JIT in lean manufacturing. and quality assurance system. Advanced techniques of TQM: Design of experiments: failure mode effect analysis: Taguchi methods BOOKS: 1. Just-in-time (JIT): Definition: Elements. 11. Kanban system MRP (Material Requirement planning) vs JIT system.L.Zairi. 4. Quality function development (QFD). Problem identification and solving process. Benefits. QC tools. TQM for engineers by M. redressal mechanism.Tech. Tata Mcgraw Hill 2. benefits of TQM. Total Quality Management by sunder Raju. concept. 3. Total Employees Involvement (TEI): Empowering employees: team building. standard Publishers . ISO 9003. Hradeskym MCGraw Hill 4. Suggestion schemes. process and types of benchmarking.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. plan formulation and implementation. salient features of TQC and TQM. Aditya Books 3. ISO 9002. Quality and Total Quality Management. Elements of ISO 9001. 7. 5. Planning Process: Policy development and implementation. ISO 9000 quality System by Dalela and Saurabh.Process Management: Factors affecting process management. education and training. Waste elimination. JIT implementation. Problems solving Defining problem. quality circles. workers involvement through JIT: JIT cause and effect chain. 10. Quality Systems: Concept of quality system standards: relevance and origin of ISO 9000. Total Quality Management Handbook by J. Concept and definition of quality. factors of excellence. benefits. Excellence im manufacturing/service. (Mechanical Engineering) TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (105921) Credit: 04 LTP 310 1. Customer Satisfaction: data collection and complaint. 2. Total Quality Management Models. reward and Recognition. 6. Benchmarking definition. 9. relevance of TQM. equipment layout for JIT system.

Advantages. Materials Management & Material Handling by S. Disadvantages of Plant Layouts. Corrective Maintenance. INTRODUCTION: LTP 310 Growth of Formal Planning. Storage. Types of Maintenance. Flexibility in Buildings. Condition Based Maintenance. Multi Facility Location Problems. Strategic Management. 4. PLANT LAYOUT: Classifications. Symptoms of a Bad Layout. Classification of Matetrial Handling Equipments according to their Construction & Nature of service. Functional Subsystems of Organizations. Model for Ware House Location Problems. Rural & Urban Location of Sites. Service & Equipments. Effects of Plant Layout on Industrial Production Management. Developments in Maintenance Engineering. Principles & Organization of Material Handling Analysis of Material Handling Problems. Breakdown Maintenance. Evaluation of Maintenance Performance. Single Facility Location Problem. (Mechanical Engineering) FACILITY LAYOUT AND PLANNING (105922) Credit: 04 1. EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT: Importance. Reference Books:1. 2.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Production and Operations Management by R. COMMON PROBLEMS IN PLANT LAYOUT: Material Handling Problem. Graphic & Schematic Analysis. Maintenance Planning.Tech. Space Planning & Area Allocation. 5. 6. Effect of Automation on Layout. Flow Systems. Panneerselvan 3. Facility Layout and Planning. Preventive Maintenance. Application of Robotics.C. Evaluation of Layout and Criteria for Evaluating Alternative Layouts. Corporate Strategies & Functional Strategies. Sharma 4. FACILITY LOCATION: Break Even Analysis. 3. Industrial Plant Design Considerations. Balancing of Line. Production Planning & Control bySamuel Eilon 5. Plant Layout and Design by Moore 2. MATERIAL HANDLING: Importance. Factors Influencing Site Selections. Group Technology. Practice Plant Layout by Mulher .

Maintenance Planning and Control by Kelly 4. twelve steps of TPM development. Preparation for introducing TPM Development Activities. Maintenance Engineering Handbook by Higgins 3.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. applying the Reliability Centred Maintenance process. Introduction to TPM by Nakajima 2. Fault Tree Analysis. 3. INTRODUCTION: Introduction to maintenance concepts: Corrective maintenance.Tech. development in practice of Maintenance Management. predictive maintenance. ABC and XYZ analysis. Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). Introduction to new approaches. just in time (JIT) lean manufacturing. maintenance and Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM). seven Basic questions. Reference Books:1. EQUIPMENT MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION SYSTEM: Approaches to equipment management. 5. Master plan for TPM Promotion. ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN MAINTENANCE:. 4. Industrial Engineering and Management by O. Functions of CMMS. Total Productive maintenance. Maximizing Equipment effectiveness. computerized maintenance management system. 7. Maintenance economy & operation research (OR) techniques. FRACAS. Basic policies and objectives of TPM. Machine condition diagnosis Techniques. Formalized assessment of monitoring techniques. The economics of condition based maintenance. RELIABILITY CENTRED MAINTENANCE: Changing world of maintenance. SPARE PART MANAGEMTNT: Strategies for spare parts management. computerized trouble shooting. integrated approach of TPM. Khanna . FAILURE STASTISTICS/ANALYSIS: Failure Analysis of Mechanical Components and Troubleshooting. 2. 8. Condition based maintenance Policy. (Mechanical Engineering) MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT (105923) Credit: 04 LTP 310 1.Role of computer in Preventive maintenance program. 6. TOTAL PRODUCTIVE MAINTENANCE: Basic concept of Total productive maintenance (TPM). Implementation of computerized maintenance management systems. Participative approach of TPM. Maintenance organization. Weibull Analysis. Failure Mode Effects and Critical Analysis. 5-Ps approach to equipment management. Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM). Preventive maintenance. CONDITION MONITORING & MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT: Introduction. P.

File processing and database processing. Open and Closed system. 2. Expert system cases. Minicase studies. Management Information System by Kroenke & Hatch 8. developing and implementing application system – life cycle approach. Information System by Steven Alter . Organizational structure. Components of Information system. pay off matrices. Management classification and Functions. Enterprise Information systems – Applications and goals. optimization techniques. A sample program. Management Information System by Jerome Kanter 5. Ross and Clagget. Unity of command. INFORMATION SYSTEM AND CONTROL: Definition of information. The fourth generation and Information systems today. Behavioral models of decision maker classical Economic model. classes of DSS. Reference Books:1. Organizational systems.Tech. Data Representation. Information systems for Modern Management by Mudrick. Application of systems concept to an organization.characteristics of MIS. Future development and Impact of Information Technology on organization and Society. 3. decision trees. Prentice Hall.GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY GURU GOBIND SINGH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B. Methods for decisions among alternatives. Computer Hardware. DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: Characteristic of DSS. statistical Technologies. 2. (Mechanical Engineering) MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (105924) Credit: 04 LTP 310 1. Information Management for Decision Making by Nambudiri 6. span of control. scalar point. [prototyping approach. Information systems for management by Lucas McGraw Hill 4. Quality assurance and evaluation of Information systems. Evolution of Information systems Technology – The First generation. Management Information System by Davis Olson 7. Utility and Inference curves. DECISION MAKING: Phases in Decision making process. The Third generation. The Second generation. Case studies. Administrative Model. Management Information systems by Davis and Olson McGraw Hill 3. INTRODUCTION: Organization and management. computer based decision support system. Information system control. 4. Information system.

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