Scheme & Syllabi for M.Tech.

(Mechanical Engineering)
(Total Credits =70)

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hisar-125001 October, 2011

               

M.Tech. (Scheme)

Scheme - M.Tech. (1st year)
FIRST SEMESTER Code MELP-711 MELP-712 MELP-713 MELP-714 MELP-715 Subject Advanced Mechanics of Solids Advanced Engineering Materials Automation in Manufacturing CNC Technology and Programming Engineering Mathematics L 3 3 3 3 4 Total 16 T P 4 4 2 4 0 14 Credit 5.0 5.0 4.0 5.0 4.0 23.0

SECOND SEMESTER Code MELP-721 MELP-722 MELP-723 MELP-724 MELP-725 Subject Advanced Machine Design Computer Aided Product Design Instrumentation and Measuring Systems Finite Element Methods Tool Engineering L 3 3 3 3 3 Total 15 T P 4 4 4 4 0 16 Credit 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 3.0 23.0

9. 5.Scheme .0 15.0 3.0 FOURTH SEMESTER Code MED-741 Subject Thesis L -T -P 18 Cr.Tech. (2nd year) THIRD SEMESTER Code MELPMELPMES-730 MED-740 Subject Programme Elective –I (List attached) Programme Elective –II (List attached) Seminar Thesis (starts) L 3 3 --Total 6 T --P 4 2 6 6 18 Cr.M.0 4.0 .0 3.

0 5.0 PROGRAMME ELECTIVE -II Course No.0 4. 5. 4.PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-I Code MELP-731 MELP-732 MELP-733 MELP-734 Subject Robotics Tribological Practices Flexible Manufacturing Systems Mechatronics L 3 3 3 3 T P 4 4 4 4 Cr.0 5. MELP-735 MELP-736 MELP-737 MELP-738 Title Optimal Design of Thermal Systems Computational Fluid Dynamics Advanced Thermodynamics Heat Exchanger Analysis and Design L 3 3 3 3 T P 2 2 2 2 Cr.0 5.0 .0 4.0 4.

Tech.M. (1st year) (Scheme & Syllabi) .

0 23.0 .0 5. (1st year) FIRST SEMESTER Code MELP-711 MELP-712 MELP-713 MELP-714 MELP-715 Subject Advanced Mechanics of Solids Advanced Engineering Materials Automation in Manufacturing CNC Technology and Programming Engineering Mathematics L 3 3 3 3 4 Total 16 T P 4 4 2 4 0 14 Credit 5.Tech.0 23.0 5.0 3.0 5.0 5.M.0 SECOND SEMESTER Code MELP-721 MELP-722 MELP-723 MELP-724 MELP-725 Subject Advanced Machine Design Computer Aided Product Design Instrumentation and Measuring Systems Finite Element Methods Tool Engineering L 3 3 3 3 3 Total 15 T P 4 4 4 4 0 16 Credit 5.Scheme .0 4.0 5.0 4.

1st) (Syllabi) . (Semester.Tech.M.

small semi circular grooves. Buckling of columns: Beam columns single concentrated load. Stress concentration: Stress concentration in tension or compression members. number of concentrated loads. Stresses in a plate with a circular hole. Advanced mechanics of solids by Hugh ford Longmans. simply supported rectangular plates. Fenster. Delhi 4. finite beams classification of beams . Mechanics of Solids By L.C.Beam supported by equally spaced elastic elements. Strength of Material By G.MELP-711 ADVANCED MECHANICS OF SOLIDS L 3 Three dimensional stress and strain: Principal stresses and strains. Bending of plates: Basic definition.Ltd. stress curvature and moment relations.S Srinath 5. Advanced strength and applied elasticity by R. semi infinite. axis symmetric loaded Circular plates.N. infinite. Mohr’s circle representation of triaxial stresses and strains. Mechanics of Solid By Abdul Muubeen T --P 4 Credit 5.Timoshenko affiliated East-West press pvt. Contact stresses: Point and line contact. Unsymmetrical bending: Shear centers for sections with one axis of symmetry. couples at both ends triangular loads. Books recommended: 1. Strength of material part-11 by S. . elliptical hole. 3.boundry conditions. end couple. Elsevier. shear center for any unsymmetrical Section. continuous lateral Load. stress and deflection of beams subjected to unsymmetrical bending. 2. deferential equation of plate deflection.0 . Beam on Elastic Foundations: General theory.H Ryder 6. Ugural. S.K.

Budinski. Engineering Design. Kenneth G.. Shape Memory Phenomenon and Alloys. Glass and Carbon Products. Plastics Technology. Polymers and Composites..0 . Engineering Materials Properties and Selection. Materials selection in Mechanical Design by Ashby. Prentice Hall of India 6. Tool Steels. Cast irons. A Materials and processing approach by Dieter.Failure Prevention. Zinc. M. New Jersey. Higgins. G. Mechanical and Dimensional Properties. USA T --P 4 Credit 5. Nickel. Prentice-Hall.A. Non-ferrous Alloys: Copper and its alloys.1991 2. Ceramics. and The Selection Process Books recommended: 1.E. Magnesium and Refractory Metals. Ceramics. Cermets. R. Specifications. W. Polymeric Coatings and Adhesives. Aluminium and its alloys. Engineering Plastics. Design and Manufacture by Patton.J.. Selection of Engineering Materials. Titanium. Pergamon press. Lenton Publishing Co. Edward Arnold 7. Gladius Lewis. McGraw Hill.F. Engineering Metallurgy Part 1.MELP-712 ADVANCE ENGINEERING MATERIALS L 3 The Structures of Materials: Metals. 4. Ferrous Alloys: Heat Treatments. Theory. PrenticeHall of India. Stainless Steels. Properties: Chemical. Selective and Surface-Hardening. Physical. Low Alloy and High Alloy Steels. Introduction To Engineering Materials & Manufacturing Processes by NIIT. 1992 3. 5.

electrohydraulic and digital control devices. Automatic assembly machines. Prentice Hall.MELP-713 AUTOMATION IN MANUFACTURING L 3 T --P 2 Credit 4. designing for automatic assembly. their design and control devices. Hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. sequence operation of hydraulic/pneumatic actuators. Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing by Grover. different types of production systems and automation. Books recommended: 1. material handling systems. Rapid prototyping and tooling. Automation.S Narang .et al 3. applications in manufacturing. 2.0 Modern developments in automation in manufacturing and its effect on global competitiveness. feeders. Performance Modelling of Automated Manufacturing Systems By Kiffe. Industrial Automation and Maintanenance By V. hard/ fixed automation including process automation. Need and implications of automation in Manufacturing. orienting and escapement devices. their analysis and design. designing of complete systems with hydraulic.D.

Programming using tool nose radius compensation . NC. sub routines and fixed cycles. Study and operation of CNC Machining Center 4.MELP-714 CNC TECHNOLOGY AND PROGRAMMING L 3 Introduction: Basics and need of CNC machines. Part programming and operation of CNC machining Center 5.Motion transmission elements . Study and operation of CNC lathe 2. PRACTICAL WORK 1.Tools offsets .Manual part programming for a turning center . Work and tool holding devices in CNC machines. turning and threading operations. Constructional Details of CNC Machines: Machine structure . Tooling of CNC Machines Tooling requirements of CNC machines.Slide –ways . Tools for computer aided part programming.Constructional detail of CNC turning center and CNC machining center . Contd… T --P 4 Credit 5. CAD/CAM based part programming. Advantages of CNC machines.Do loops. Pre-set and qualified tools. Part programming for CNC Wire-cut machine.0 . Part programming and operation of CNC lathe for facing. 3.Swarf removal and safety considerations . APT. COMPACT II. Structure of NC systems. CNC and DNC systems. Computer Aided CNC Part Programming Need for computer aided part programming.Automatic tool changers and multiple pallet systems.Sensors and feedback devices in CNC machines .Classification of CNC control systems. Applications of CNC machines in manufacturing. CNC Part Programming Axis identification and coordinate systems .Programming codes .Structure of CNC part program .Programming for 2 and 3 axis control systems .

Herman. 5. New Age Publishers. “Computer Numerical Control”. Kundra. 6. New Delhi. Ralph. T. Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall. John & Gabrel.S. Delmar Publisher Inc. W & Robinson. New York.Books recommended: 1. “Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing” Tata McGraw-Hill. “Essentials of Numerical Control”. Warren. Pollack. Rapello.. M. Rao and Tewari. NJ. “Computer Numerical Control: Concepts & Programming”. & Adithan. Seams. New York . “Programming of Computer Numerically Controlled Machines” Industrial Press Inc. Ploywka. NJ. New Delhi 2. Stanley. Pabla. 3.. 4. . “CNC Machines”. B.

PHI C Programming – A modern approach by K. solution of linear simultaneous equations. Applied Numerical Analysis By Gerald Computer Oriented Numerical Methods By Rajaraman T --P 0 Credit 4. Bessel’s and Everett’s formulae. 2. Solution of equations: Solution of linear equation.MELP-715 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS L 4 Computer Programming: Basics of C programming.N.difference method. WW Norton & Co.Newton’s formulae. Numerical analysis by SS Sastri The c programming Language by Dennis M Ritchie. Gauss formulae. strings. Newton Rapson method. Newton’s general formulae Books recommended 1.0 . bisection method. functions. Quotient. array. Interpolation: Introduction: interpolation techniques. Solution of non-linear equations. regula falsi method. LaGrange’s & hermit’s formulae. standard library. control structures. Sterling’s. structure variable & operations. convergence or interactive techniques. 4. 3.King 1996. Brian W Kernighan1988. 5. file operations file handling.

2nd) (Syllabi) .Tech. (Semester.M.

C. Books recommended: 1. “Theory and problems of Machine Design"' 9. R. “Mechanical Engineering Design" 2. and Laughlin H. Ergonomic consideration Relation between man. Design for Manufacture: General principles of design for manufacture and assembly (DFM & DMFA). and Mischke C.E. and O. features .0 Statistical consideration in design : Frequency distribution -Histogram and frequency polygonNormal distribution -Units of measurement of central tendency and dispersion -standard variable -population combinations. William C. Optimum design with normal specification of simple machine elements like tension bar. machine and environmental factors. Hall A. " Fundamentals of Machine Components Design" 8.C. Design of display and controls. Orthwein . S. B. subsidiary and limit equations. Juvinal R. Johnson R. Shigley J. materials and finishes.Design and natural tolerances -Mechanical reliability and factor of safety.F. Spotts M. Of product or equipments using ergonomic and aesthetic design principles. Primary . Principles of design of casting and forging-Design for machining-Design for powder metallurgy Design for welding. Eugene Adams. helical spring-Introduction to optimum design with redundant specification. Aesthetic and ergonomic consideration in design of products : Basic types of product formsDesigning for appearance -Shape . Adequate and optimum design . transmission shaft. Practical eg. "Design of Machine Elements" 3. Optimum design: Objective of optimum design . -" 5.MELP-721 ADVANCED MACHINE DESIGN L 3 T --P 4 Credit 5.R.E. and Shoup T. G. H. " Machine components Design" 7. Black P.Johnson 's method of Optimum Design (MOD). Mechanical Design Synthesis with optimization applications . "Design of machine Elements" 4. Holowenko A. Bhandari V.

Understanding real need. . types of FMS. Activity Scanning Approach (ASA). Geometric Modeling: Wire frame modelling . Simulation : Need of simulation . Steps in manufacturing . objective tree. Computer Aided Manufacturing : CNC machine tools.MELP-722 COMPUTER AIDED PRODUCT DESIGN L 3 T --P 4 Credit 5. Books recommended: 1) Computer Aided and Integrated Manufacturing Systems by Cornelius Leondes 2) Product Design for Manufacture and Assembly by G Boothroyd.computer integrated manufacturing. Future needs projection. translation. axes of CNC machines. Types of simulation approaches-Event Scheduling Approach (ESA) . Peter Dewhurst. Quality Function Deployment.parametric solid modelling . requirement tree. rotation. CAD/CAM Data Exchange -Introduction to Data exchange formats . automation strategies in manufacturing industries . advantage s disadvantages and pitfalls of simulation . types of automation . advantages and limitation of automation . computer aided part programming using APT or any other language. Steps in a simulation study . Winston Knight 3) Computer-Aided Fixture Design by Yiming Rong.Simulation Languages. Computer Graphics : Two dimensional geometric and co-ordinate transformation. Yaoxiang Zhu 4) CAD/CAM Theory and Practice by Ibrahim Zeid 5) Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE Systems by K Lee 6) Computer aided mechanical design and analysis by Ramamurti V. use of subroutines.0 Design Methodology.Surface modelling. Graphics Standards. Solid modelling . mirror reflection. Process Interaction Approach (PI A). Solid modelling based applications. Direct numerical control (DNC) and its application . Model and its purpose . Product design specification. principle of operation of CNC . concept of a system.matrix description of basic transformation . inverse co-ordinate transformation . machining centres. scaling. CNC part programming. Automation : Concept of automation .flexible manufacturing system (FMS) . IGES/PDES files. manual part programming using G code. construction features including structure and drives. advantages and limitations of CNC systems.

low. threshold. Sharma. binary mathematics logic circuits and microprocessor architecture. first and second order systems of step. different types of measurands. methods for correction for interfering and modifying inputs. Static characteristics accuracy precision. variable inductance. Application and Design ByDoeblin. Techniques for signal analysis. sensitivity. strain g ages.McGraw Hill 2. Concept of mechanical loading. hysterisis. drift. Errors: Classification of various types of errors and statistical analysis of experimental data. Characteristics of Instruments: Objective of studying the characteristics of the instruments. Microcomputer: An overview of microprocessor system. variable capacitance and piezo-electric effects. Measurement systems. description of functional elements. static stiffness etc. DAS and Signal Analysis: Data acquisition system via computers.0 Generalized Configuration of Measuring System: Functional elements of a basic measuring system. Input-output configuration of a measuring system interfering and modifying inputs.filters. band pass and charge amplifiers.Tata McGraw 4.wire wound potentiometers.time domain and frequency domain characteristics terms input-output impedance's and meaning of impedance mismatching. Mechanical Measurement ByBeckwith and Buck. The components of Data acquisition system. AllenYuen and Unwin Ltd. DAS Hardware. strain gage designation system. number system. Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis By Nekra & Chaudhry. Transfer function method to study the response of the system. Principles of Transduction and Transducers: Description of various types of transduction principles. Instrumentation Devices and SystemsBy Rangan. codes. span. Order of the systems. ramp and sinusoidal inputs.Wesley 3. Trandducers based on variable resistance. Displacement transducers . Signal conditioners . error. Data Acquisition & Signal Analysis By Beauchamp and George. Recommended books: 1. LVDT. response of zero.MELP-723 INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASURING SYSTEMS L 3 T --P 4 Credit 5.Tata MCGraw 5. Dynamic characteristics . selection criteria for choosing a DAS. Response of Instruments: Description of mathematical model for the generalized configuration of a measurement system. . high.

MELP-724 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD L 3 T --P 4 Credit 5. comparison with other methods. velocity-pressure and stream function-vorticity formulation. Dewhirst. one-dimensional and two-dimensional steady state problems for conduction. stream function. FEM solution. Application to fluid mechanics problems: In viscid incompressible flow. Compatibility and completeness requirements. convergence criteria. strain displacement relations. convection and radiation. analysis of trusses. sizes And node locations. one-dimensional stress-strain relations. frames and solids of revolution. Abraham Askenazi Finite Element Implementation by Y K Cheung Finite Element Analysis With Personal Computers by Champion. plane stress and strain problems. boundary conditions. Vaughan Griffiths The Finite Element Method for Engineers by Kenneth H. Application to heat transfer problem: Variational approach. derivation of element equations. Donald L. Finite Element Techniques: Model boundary value problem. connectivity. Langrange and Hermit Polynomials. relevant mathematical concepts and formulae. natural coordinates. J M Ensminger. higher order and isoparametric elements. Tribikram Kundu The Finite Element Method: Volume 2 by O C Zienkiewicz. element shapes. R L Taylor Building Better Products With Finite Element Analysis by Vince Adams. axis symmetric and three dimensional stress-strain problems. Historical background. Douglas E.Additional Applications:Steady-state and transient field problem Books recommended: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Introductory Finite Element Method by Chandrakant S Desai. Galerkin approach. Smith. incompressible viscous flow. finite element dicretization. T Strouboulis . boundary conditions compatibility equations. Huebner. Applications to solid and structural mechanics problems: External and internal equilibrium equations. Ted G. weak formulation of boundary value problems. engineering applications. Rayleigh –Ritz method and weighted residual approach. general Description. variational methods. computer programs. Smith. post-processing.0 Introduction to Finite Element Method : Basic concept. Byrom 8) The Finite Element Method and Its Reliability by Ivo Babuska. solution of incompressible and compressible fluid film lubrication problems. Integral Formulations And Variation Methods: Need for weighted – integral forms. Edward R Champion Programming the Finite Element Method by Ian M. interpolation functions. potential function and stream function formulation. transient problems.

methods and devices Drill Jigs Definition and types of Drill Jigs . ASTME.Carbides .Gage design.Design of Reamers.Design of Inserts . gage tolerances . Ltd.Determining Shank Size for Single-point Carbide Tools.Determining the Insert Thickness for Carbide Tools .Carbon and Medium-Alloy Steels .Chip Formation in Drilling .Cubic Boron Nitride.et al Machine Tool Technology By K S Yadav . “Fundamentals of Tool Design”.Design of single point Cutting Tools . 3. methods and devices.Alumina-Based Ceramics . Location: Principles.Cutting-Tool Reconditioning Design of Cutting Tools Basic Requirements .Broaching Fixtures . and Modern Manufacturing Design of Fixtures Fixtures and Economics . Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Donaldson. Tata-McGraw Hill Machine Tool Practices By Kiffe.Types of gages .Drill Jigs.Coated Tools.Milling Fixtures . 2.Design of Taps.Silicon-Nitride Based Ceramics .0 Cutting Tool Materials Introduction and desirable properties .Types of Fixtures . Cutting Tools for Numerical Control .General Considerations in the Design of Drill Jigs.Design of Drills and Drilling .Diamond .High-Speed Steels .Lathe Fixtures . “Tool Design”.Boring Fixtures .Design of Milling Cutters .Cast-Cobalt Alloys .Design of form tools Gages and Gage Design Limits fits and tolerances. Clamping : Principles. 4.Geometrical tolerances-specification and measurement.General Considerations for Metal Cutting .Drill Bushings .Grinding Tool Design for Numerically Controlled Machine Tools Fixture Design for Numerically Controlled Machine Tools.Reinforced Tool Materials ..Material for Gages Work Holding Devices Basic requirements of work holding devices.Mechanics and Geometry of Chip Formation .Chip Breakers .Tool-holding Methods for Numerical Control Books recommended: 1.MELP-725 TOOL ENGINEERING L 3 T --P 0 Credit 3.

M.Tech. (2nd year) (Scheme & Syllabi) .

5.Scheme .Tech.M. (2nd year) THIRD SEMESTER Code MELPMELPMES-730 MED-740 Subject Programme Elective –I (List attached) Programme Elective –II (List attached) Seminar Thesis (starts) L 3 3 --Total 6 T --P 4 2 6 6 18 Cr.0 FOURTH SEMESTER Code MED-741 Subject Thesis L -T -P 18 Cr. 9.0 .0 15.0 4.0 3.0 3.

0 5.0 5. 4. 5.0 4. MELP-735 MELP-736 MELP-737 MELP-738 Title Optimal Design of Thermal Systems Computational Fluid Dynamics Advanced Thermodynamics Heat Exchanger Analysis and Design L 3 3 3 3 T P 2 2 2 2 Cr.0 4.0 PROGRAMME ELECTIVE -II Course No.0 .  PROGRAMME ELECTIVE-I Code MELP-731 MELP-732 MELP-733 MELP-734 Subject Robotics Tribological Practices Flexible Manufacturing Systems Mechatronics L 3 3 3 3 T P 4 4 4 4 Cr.0 5.0 4.

M.Tech.3rd) (Syllabi) . (Semester.

            Programme Elective-I   .

Dynamics: Newton-Euler formulation of equation of motion. solving the kinematic equation for the 5 RIP manipulators. solvability.W. computation of the manipulators. Martin. Robotics by J.MELP-731. Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Books Recommended: 1. 3. homogeneous transformations. position control. Jacobian. basic dynamic equation. Bruce R. Brockett. Kinematics I: Geometry Mathematics preliminary. walker Paul’s algorithm. the principal transformation of compliance matrices. sliding surfaces. Static’s Force and moment anylysis. robust trajectory control for robot manipulators. Kinematics II: Differential Motion Kinematic modeling of instantaneous motions. kinematics equations.0 Introduction A sense of history. inverse instantaneous kinematics: Resolved motion rate. load scheme work. introduction. robot analysis And control in a nutshell. infinitesimal relations. differential relations. equivalent joint torques. practical evaluation Of parametric uncertainities. the denairt-Hartenberg notation. manipulators and manipulations. 6. a sense of design.P. duality. introduction. co-ordinate transformation. 5. Trajectory control: Introduction. Perfect tracking using switched control laws. D. Longrangian Formulation of the manipulator dynamics. . 4. endpoint compliance analysis. continous control law to approximate switched control. recursive computation. the manipulators inertia tensor. moving co-ordinates. transformations of generalized co-ordinates. Baillieul. R. Inverse kinematics: introduction. optimal solutions. Kinematics modeling of manipulator arms. physical interpretation of the dynamic equation. LaGrange dynamics. open kinematic chains. deriving LaGrange motion equation. Stiffness. the modeling/performance trade-off. Euler angle. 2. position and orientation of a rigid body. Donald Robotics: Designing the Mechanisms for Automated Machinery by Ben-Zion Sandler Computational Principles of Mobile Robotics by Michael Jenkin. transformations of force and moments. Gregory Dudek Error Detection and Recovery in Robotics by Bruce R Donald – Technology Remote Control Robotics by Craig Sayers Handbook of Industrial Robotics edited by Shimon Y. ROBOTICS (Elective – I) L 3 T P 4 Credit 5. redundancy. trajectory control. closed form Dynamic equations. Inverse dynamics.

Hydrostatic. Junction growth theory. Lubrication and Lubricants Dry friction. Richard Booser. Online monitoring of Tribo-systems. Modeling of friction. Wear and Lubrication. Halling. Laws of rolling friction. Composites. lubricant additives. E Rabinowicz.0 Introduction History of Tribology. . John Wiley & Sons. Inc. Modeling of Tribo-Systems Reynolds equations. Inc. John Wiley & Sons. Robinowicz. Characteristic features of tribological systems. Wear measurement. functions of lubricants. Abrasive wear. Elastomers. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Cameron.. Fretting wear. Wear Wear mechanisms. TRIBOLOGICAL PRACTICES (Elective – I) L 3 T P 4 Credit 5. CRC Press Engineering Tribology by Gwidon W. Tribo measurement and instrumentation Measurement surface topography. Bharat Bhushan. John Wiley Friction and Wear of Materials. Longmans Mechanics and Chemistry in lubrication by Dorinson and Ludema. Journal bearings. Ceramics. Principles of Lubrication by A. Materials for Tribo-Systems Metals. Principles and applications of Tribology. Surface topography. Corrosive war. Introduction to Friction. types and properties of lubricants. Books Recommended:           Introduction to Tribology of Bearings by B. Friction Causes of friction. effect of variation temperature and behavior of lubrication on viscosity. Majumdar Principles of Tribology by J. Polymers.MELP-732.. Adhesion theory. Stachowiak and Andrew W.. Importance of fluid compressibility. Elsevier Applied Tribology by Michael M. Friction measurement.C. Aerodynamic. Khonsari and E. environmental and Economic aspects of tribology. Wear. Lubrication (A textbook in Tribology) by Kenneth C Ludema. Hydrodynamic. Modeling of wear. Mixed lubrication. Aerostatic and Elastohydrodynamic lubrication. Adhesive wear. Macmillan Friction. Boundary lubrication. Batchelor. Abrasive theory. Elsevier Friction and wear of Materials by E. Elastic deformation.

Storage retrieved system. computer control system. Automated Guided Vehicles.Layout consideration for flexible manufacturing . . Volume Variety relationships for understanding manufacturing systems Flexibility and automation Different types of flexibility in manufacturing. . material handling systems. production flow analysis. Integrated Material Handling. 2. T P 4 Credit 5. Machining system of FMS Horizontal machining Centers. Groover. Different types of FMS building blocks. Hand-book of Flexible Manufacturing Systems by Nand K. Different types of manufacturing systems.Scheduling of flexible manufacturing system. Jha.0 . Automatic Storage and Retrieved System Group technology Part classification and coding. Computer Aided Process Planning. . Work station. FMS simulation Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Books recommended: 1. Machine Cell design. Production Systems and Computer integrated Manufacturing by MP.MELP-733 FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS (Elective – I) L 3 Introduction Introduction to Manufacturing Systems. Vertical machining Centers. Automation.

Overview of mechatronic products and their functioning. Study of electromechanical actuators and tranducers. Selection and assembly for precision-engineering applications. MECHATRONICS (Elective – I) L 3 T P 4 Credit 5. Jackson 4) Mechatronics in Engineering Design and Product Development by Popovic Vlacic 5) Recent Trends in Mechatronics edited by Nadine Lefort-Piat. M.M Parkin. Alain Bourjault 6) Mechatronics and the Design of Intelligent Machines and Systems by D A Bradley. Clarence W De Silva 2) The Mechatronics Handbook by Robert H Bishop – Technology 3) International Conference on Mechatronics edited by R.MELP-734.0 Introduction to Mechatronics . Design assignments and practical case studies. A Al-Habaibeh. Survey of mechatronical components. Interfacing of mechanical and electronic systems. Load analysis and actuator selection for typical cases such as computer peripherals. S Burge. Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Books recommended: 1) Mechatronics by Laurie Kelly. Study of electronic controllers and drives for mechanical products. D Dawson. D Seward .R.

Programme Elective-II .

Suryanarayana and O. numerical model for a system. design strategies. worth of money as a function of time. Stoecker. steps in the design process. design of systems from different application areas. John Wiley and Sons. W. conceptual design. Design and simulation of thermal system. Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Recommended books: 1. Bejan. Basic considerations in design: formulation of the design problem. McGraw-Hill 2. Thermal design and optimization. G. McGraw-Hill T --P 2 Credit 4. depreciation. design and optimization of thermal systems. Economic analysis Calculation of interest. system simulation. N. Thermal systems optimization Optimization methods. Modeling of thermal systems Types of models. Y. Jaluria. Tsatsaronis and M. Acceptable design of thermal systems Initial design. Lagrange multipliers. search methods. design as part of engineering undertaking.0 . Arici. Moran. 4. methods for numerical simulation. curve fitting. series of payments. additional considerations for large practical systems. linear algebraic systems. practical aspects in optimal design. A. computer aided design. mathematical modeling.MELP-735: Optimal Design of Thermal Systems (Elective – II) L 3 Introduction Engineering design. J. F. design of thermal systems. geometric. CRC Press 3. linear and dynamic programming.

0 Introduction. potential equations. finite element methods. Cartesian grid. Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Recommended books: 1.. 2. construction of Jacobian matrices. universities press 3. Numerical solutions of the potentials equations: potentials equations. numerical solution of a linear system . Muralidhar and T. Computational fluid flow and heat transfer by K. incompressible Navier-Stokes/ Euler equations.MELP-736: Computational Fluid Dynamics (Elective – II) L 3 T --P 2 Credit 4. . finite volume methods. upwind methods. Published by Taylor and Francis. Numerical solution of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations: discretization of viscous and heat conduction terms. Discontinuous Galerkin methods for hyperbolic problems. Computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer by Anderson. Governing equations and discretizations / integration fundamentals: compressible Navier-Stokes/ Euler equations. Narosa Publishing house. explicit time – stepping methods. Tapan K. Tannehill and Pletcher. boundary conditions. numerical solution of a linear system. fundamentals of computational fluid dynamics by Sengupta. Sundararajan. Numerical solution of the compressible Euler equations: mathematical properties of Euler equations . structured grids and unstructured grids. implicit time stepping methods. extension to higher order accuracy.

the second law of thermodynamics. heat and first law of thermodynamics. Multicomponent systems. Engineering thermodynamics by Wan Wylen 3. Rogers and Y. phase equilibrium in multicomponent systems. and other simple systems. analysis of open systems. power cycles. 2.0 Basic concepts.MELP-737: Advanced Thermodynamics (Elective – II) L 3 T --P 2 Credit 4. refrigeration cycles. work. Engineering thermodynamics by Obert .a generalized approach by P. thermodynamics in daily life. Engineering Thermodynamics. Engineering thermodynamics by G. non equilibrium thermodynamics.L Dhar. Elsevier publication. Analysis of simple compressible systems. Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Recommended books 1. Mayhow 4. exergy and irreversibility. reactive mixtures.

Students have to make a Project and have to submit Project Report Recommended books 1. MGH 3. Boilers & feed water heaters. CRC press 4. Compact heat exchangers by W. LMTD for parallel. Air preheaters. analysis of regenerative heat exchangers. Thermal and Mechanical Design of: Shell & tube heat exchangers. Dictators.M Kays and A. Heat Exchanger Design Handbook by Begell House Inc. temperature distribution for parallel flow. Important design considerations: material selection and optimization of heat exchangers. cross flow.MELP-738: Heat Exchanger Analysis and Design (Elective – II) L 3 T --P 2 Credit 4. effectiveness for parallel and counter flow exchangers.0 Classification. Afgan and Schliinder.L. Fouling of heat exchangers. . Condensers & evaporators. concept of LMTD and overall heat transfer coefficient. International Standards for heat exchangers. Heat exchanger for nuclear application. NTU method for gauging exchanger performance.H. Design of Heat Exchanger by Kern 5. evaporators and condensers. counter and cross flow heat exchangers. MGH 2. counter flow. Vibrations induced by flow. Double pipe. Heat exchangers design and theory by N. heat exchanger. London. Principles of Heat Transfer by Kreith Bohn 6. Heat exchangers by Sadik Kakac and Hongtan Hiu. Extended surface.

0 The student will select a topic of seminar in emerging areas of Mechanical Engineering and study the same independently. Each student is required to give a seminar talk on the same before the committee constituted by the head of the dept. The topic of the seminar should not be the part of the curriculum. . as per the guidelines decided by the department from time to time.MES-730 SEMINAR L --T --P 6 Credit 3.

The remaining 65% work will be carried out in the fourth semester.MED-740 THESIS (Starts) L --T --P 6 Credit 3. The following work should be completed during the semester. The outside co-supervisor must be an eminent scholar of international fame from the reputed institution like IITs or equivalent only. .  Literature Survey  Problem Formulation Around 35% of the Thesis work should be completed in this semester. The Thesis work is to be evaluated through Presentations and Viva-Voce during the semester and at the end of semester as per the guidelines decided by the department from time to time. Each student is required to submit a detailed report about the work done on topic of Thesis as per the guidelines decided by the department.0 The Thesis work should be of Research nature only and it should be started during the third semester. If a candidate choose any cosupervisor from outside the university then prior permission from competent authority is required. Hisar. The research work must be carried out in GJUS& T.

Tech.4th) (Syllabi) .M. (Semester.

Each student is required to submit a detailed Thesis report about the work done (III Sem + IV Sem) on topic of Thesis as per the guidelines decided by the department. . The outside co-supervisor must be an eminent scholar of international fame from the reputed institution like IITs or equivalent only.MED-741 THESIS L --T --P 18 Credit 9. Research work should be carried out at GJUS&T. Hisar. The Thesis work is to be evaluated through Presentations and Viva-Voce during the semester and Final evaluation will be done at the end of semester as per the guidelines decided by the department from time to time.0 Around 35% of the Thesis work should be completed in third semester. Hisar. The candidate should present/publish or communicated one paper in national/international conference/seminar/journal of repute is must before submission. The remaining 65% work will be carried out in this semester. However candidate may visit research labs/institutions with the due permission of chairperson on recommendation of supervisor concerned. If a candidate choose any cosupervisor from outside the university then prior permission from competent authority is required. The research work must be carried out in GJUS& T.