PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS AND TOP-DOWN DESIGN Chain of delivery of quality, Key characteristics, Variation risk management, Examples, Key characteristics conflict, Assembly in the context of product development, Assembling a product, Present status of assembly MATHEMATICAL AND FEATURE MODELS OF ASSEMBLIES Types of assemblies: Distributive systems, Mechanism and structures, Types of assembly models, Matrix transformations: Nominal location transforms, Variation transforms, Assembly features and feature-based design, Mathematical models of assemblies, Examples of assembly models CONSTRAINT IN ASSEMBLY Kinematic design, Features as carriers of constraints, Use of screw theory to represent and analyze constraints, Design and analysis of assembly features using screw theory, Constraint analysis DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PARTS AND ASSEMBLIES Dimensional accuracy in manufacturing, KCs and tolerance flowdown from assemblies to parts, Geometrical dimensioning and tolerancing, Statistical and worst-case tolerancing, Modelling and managing variation buildup in assemblies ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE ANALYSIS Assembly sequence design process, Bourjault method of generating feasible sequencies, Cutset method, Checking stability of sub-assemblies DATUM FLOW CHAIN DFC definition, Mates and contacts, KC conflict and its relation to assembly sequence and KC priorities, Assembly precedence constraints, DFCs, tolerances and constraints, Design procedure for assemblies DESIGN FOR ASSEMBLY AND OTHER ‘ILITIES’ DFM/DFA as local engineering methods, DFM/DFA as product development integrators, DFA as a driver of product architecture, effect of DFM/DFA strategies on time and cost distributions in manufacturing, General approach to DFM/DFA, Traditional DFM/DFA : Boothroyd method, Hitachi assembleability evaluation method, Hitachi assembly reliability method, Westinghouse DFA calculator, Toyota ergonomic evaluation method, Sony DFA methods, DFx in the large : Product Structure, Use of assembly efficiency to predict assembly reliability, Design for disassembly including repair and recycling, Example DFA analysis, DFx place in product design. BOOK:1. Mechanical assemblies: Their design, manufacture and role in product development by D.E. Whitney, Oxford University Press REFERENCES:1. CAD/CAM Theory and Practice by I Zeid, TMH

Mechatronics. McGraw-Hill. CNC Machining Handbook. 3. T K Kundra. Tata McGraw-Hill. Verification of Machine Tool Accuracy and Workpiece Accuracy. Adaptive control with Constraints. Inspection probes. 2. Numerical Control and Computer Aided Manufacturing. Computer Control of Manufacturing Systems. HMT. Flexible inspection systems. N K Tewari. and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. automatic tool changer. machine control unit. Tata McGraw-Hill Groover. 4. Metal Removal Capacity Test. structure of CNC part program. slideways. Measurement and inspection capabilities. Koren Y. P N Rao. Axis identification and coordinate systems. Operating modes. applications and advantages of CNC machines and its role in FMS. 1986. M P. CO-ORDINATE MEASURING MACHINES Basic types of measuring machines. Advanced Programming Features & Canned Cycles. 1996 . classifications of CNC machines. Industrial Press Inc. REFERENCES: 1. BOOK: 1. motion transmission elements. Production Systems. CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS CNC MACHINES Machine structure. Automation. Madison J. TESTING OF MACHINE TOOLS Verification of Technical Specifications. feed back devices. CNC PART PROGRAMMING Introduction to Part Programming. TOOLING FOR CNC MACHINES Tooling requirements of CNC machines. Programming soft-wares.. multiple pallet systems. and interpolators.Course Name : CNC MACHINES AND COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION INTRODUCTION Basics and need of NC/CNC/DNC. swarf removal and safety considerations. Computer Aided CNC part programming using APT language. ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS Adaptive control with Optimization. Verification During Idle Running. programming formats. ACC System for Turning. work and tool holding devices in CNC machines. Verification of Functional Aspects. Prentice-hall Int. Radius and Length Compensation Schemes.

Theory of Constraints. The Drum-Buffer-Rope Strategies LEAN AND AGILE MANUFACTURING CONCEPTS BOOK: 1. World Class Manufacturing Performance Measures.Course Name : WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING GLOBAL COMPETITION IN MANUFACTURING The globalization of business. 21st Century Manufacturing by Thomas G Gunn. The Value Chain. Effect of Process Variability on Materials Flow. Push vs. Nine OPT Principles. Harper Business Publication. Maximizing Global Manufacturing Performance. Greenhalgh and Kerr Chapman and Hall Publication REFERENCES: 1. Integrating MRP with JIT System. Pull Systems. Generic Competitive Advantages. JIT Production System. 2. Development of OPT Schedules. DYNAMICS OF MATERIALS FLOW Materials flow patterns. Manufacturing Strategies for Global Competitiveness MANUFACTURING PLANNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR WORLD CLASS MANUFACTURING Growth of Manufacturing Resource Planning. and T Plants. Productivity Press Cambridge . Manufacturing Management Principles and Concepts by Gibson. V. Fundamentals of Manufacturing Resource Planning. A. Toyota Production System by Shgeo Shingo. New Manufacturing. Regulating Materials Flow.Environment. OPT AND SYNCHRONOUS MANUFACTURING Objectives of OPT.

TIG and MIG welding process. different tests of weldability. USW. welding speed etc. WELDING PROCESSES Principle. welding symbols.Jean Cornu REFERENCES: 1. welding fluxes. on the bead geometry and mechanical properties of the weld. cast iron. of Lectures INTRODUCTION Classification of welding processes.Course Name : WELDING ENGINEERING Course Code : PR 505 Credits : 4 LTP : 400 Lecture wise breakup No. physics of welding arc. TIG.Jean Cornu Advanced welding systems. application and limitations of SMAW MIG I MAG. polarity. weldabitity of steel. selection of the power sources WELDING CONSUMABLES Classification and selection of welding electrodes and filler rods. explosive. electro-gas thermit welding. adhesive bonding ALLIED WELDING PROCESSES Brazing. safety and hazards in welding METAL TRANSFER Various forces acting on a molten droplet. selection of welding processes WELDABILITY Definition. arc blow. friction and spot. methods of reducing the distortion. LBW. EFFECT OF WELDING PARAMETERS ON BEAD GEOMETRY Effects of voltage current. characteristics and manufacturing of the welding fluxes. butt. seam. and gas & arc cutting of steels. factors affecting the distortion. electroslag. causes and remedies WELDING DISTORTION Types. projection. soldering. different modes of metal transfer & their importance in arc welding POWER SOURCES Types of V-I characteristics. stainless steel. metal spraying. disadvantages. stainless steel and cast iron WELDING DEFECTS Different types of welding defects. arc stability. flash butt resistance welding processes. BOOKS: 1. 2. 2. American Welding Society Hand book Volume 1 to 5 Welding and Welding Technology-Richard L Little . characteristics of different shielding gases. different types of power sources. EBW. advantages. polarity. aluminum and titanium JOINING OF CERAMICS AND PLASTICS Processes used in joining of ceramics & plastics.

optimisation analysis of metal removal rate in EDM process. High velocity forming of metals Printice Hall of India IH1968 G. fundamental principles of ECM. HVFM. optimisation analysis of ECM parameters. evaluation of metal removal rate of an alloy. criteria of formability. electrochemistry of ECG. processes parameter. production of photon cascade in a solid optical laser. fundamental principle. selection of tool materials. plasma. conclusion. mechanism of metal removal. problems. metallurgical effects. quality of cut. & HS Extrusions through journals & e-journals. Development of velocity forming processes. New Delhi 1998 . process parameters. conclusion ULTRASONIC MACHINING Introduction. AFM. New Delhi 2002 REFERENCES:    Amitabha bhattacharya’New Technology’Institution of Engineers(s) India. CM. fundamental principle. range and application of possibilities of ultrasonic machining. FORMING OF METALS (HVFM) High Velocity Explosive forming:. fundamental principles. process parameter. basic EDM circuitry and their principle of operation. electrochemisty of ECM. evaluation machining accuracy. process parameter. conclusion. classification of ECG. HSH Forgings. background of laser action. magnetic pulse forming. electro hydraulic forming. work environment. comparative analysis of various new technological processes Mechanical processes ABRASIVE JET MACHINING AND ABRASIVE FLOW MACHINING Fundamental Principles. explosive fabrication. historical background of new technology process Definition and application of various processes. purpose of slurry and selection of abrasive. ECM. schematic lay out of machine and operational characteristics. analysis of process parameters. high speed hot forging ELECTROCHEMICAL GRINDING (ECG) Introduction. transducer megnetostriction. equipment. 1975. ASTME. pneumatic mechanical high velocity forming.C.Shah ‘Modern Machining Process’ Tata McGraw-Hill. ELECTROCHEMICAL MACHINING (ECM) Background of ECM process . applications and energy requirements for high velocity forming process. dynamics of ECM process. STUDY OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AJM. stress waves and deformation 9in solids. LBM. ELECTRON BEAM MACHINING Introduction. analysis for metal removal rate. tool feeding mechanism. ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING Introduction. conclusion. design of horn (velocity transformer).classification of ECM processes. metal removal. non thermal generation of plasma.R.Nagpal Metal forming Processes Khanna Publ. choice of dielectric fluid. process of parameter ECG. ElectroMagnetic forming.Such as explosive forming. advantage and limitation of EBM PLASMA ARC MACHINING Introduction. comparison of conventional and high velocity forming methods. ECG. operation data. classification of new technology. USM. E-HF. machining application of laser.S. evaluation of metal removal rate. exercises CHEMICAL MACHINING Introduction. LASER BEAM MACHINING Introduction. classification and selection of etch ant resistant material. conclusion. hydrodynamics of ECM process. application possibilities.Course Name : NEW TECHNOLOGY Need for new technology.BOOK:1. determination of metal removal rate. scheme of explosion forming process. E-MF. tool design. Introduction. electro –hydraulic forming. EDM. selection of etchant. a dimensionless analysis to establish correlation between EBM parameters generation of electron beam. background of electron beam action.Pandey & H. other application of plasma jet reference. conclusion. EBM. P. problems. megnetostrictive material. basic scheme of the process. PAM. conclusion. other application of laser in workshop technology. choice of electrolytes. analysis of relaxation and RLC type of circuits.

REFERENCES:   Introduction to Robotics by J. process tooling. proximity sensors. sensor usage and selection. photo-electric sensors.Differential motions of a robot and its hand frame.joint space trajectories vs Cartesian space trajectories ROBOT ACTUATORS Characteristics of actuating systems. histogram of images. sensor classification. algebraic vs geometric solutions. edge detection. resolved motion rate control. tool configuration jacobian. dynamic equations for multi-degree of freedom robots. inverse transformation matrices.Lagrangian mechanics. CSG Lee. inspection applications. depth measurement with vision systems. McGraw Hill . P Gonzalez. thresholding. examples of inverse manipulator kinematics. inverse robot kinematics – solvability.object recognition. conventions of fixing frames to links.Course Name : INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS ROBOT FUNDAMENTALS Robot components. sensors and control integration ROBOT END-EFFECTORS Types. Niku.electric. effective moments of inertia. motion interpolation. Introduction to Robotics: Analysis. connectivity. rotary position sensors. processing.J. segmentation.Material handling. Pearson Education. Image analysis . gripper selection. Other basic parameters of robots ROBOT MECHANICS Robot kinematics . mechanical grippers. Trajectory planning . systems and applications by S. micro-switches.Differential motion and velocities .spatial descriptions and transformations. Speed reduction ROBOT SENSORS Robot sensors. gripper force analysis. vision and intelligence by KS Fu. Work envelopes. Craig. hydraulic. static forces and moments Robot dynamics . sensing. stereo imaging ROBOT PROGRAMMING AND APPLICATIONS Programming methods and languages. robot classification and specification. Robot applications . space position programming. Drives . evaluating the potential of a robot applicationBOOK:1. assembly. compliance IMAGE PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS Image acquisition. pneumatic and their relative merits. Pearson Education Robotics: Control. manipulator jacobian. noise reduction.Y.

pollution control in foundries. sand properties. vacuum. CO2. die and centrifugal casting processes GATES AND RISEN Design of gates for ferrous and non-ferrous materials. CASTING DEFECTS Causes and remedies HEAT-TREATMENT OF CASTINGS Heat treatment of steel. ASME Foundry Hand book . SOLIDIFICATION OF CASTING Nucleation and growth. steel and aluminum for casting process. inspection. Principles of Metal Casting Processes-Heine REFERENCES: 1.Course Name : CASTING TECHNOLOGY Course Code : PR 513 Credits : 4 LTP : 400 Lecture wise breakup No. progressive and directional solidification. quality Control in foundries. segregation. injection. MISCELLANEOUS Foundry mechanization. iron and stainless steel castings. relationship between solidification time and modules of the casting. casting design consideration. CASTING PROCESSES Machine. BOOK: 1. repair and salvage of castings. testing and control. shell. different methods for riser design. special sand additives. investment. pattern allowance. full mould. of Lectures INTRODUCTION Ferrous and non-ferrous materials and their properties. different methods for improvement of efficiency of a riser. metallurgical consideration of cast iron.

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