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HINDUSTAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE PADUR- 603 103 CURRICULUM- 2009 FULL -TIME MODE M.E. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING SEMESTER – I Code No. Course Title THEORY MA1621 AE1631 AE1632 AE 1633 AE1634 AE1635 Probability and Statistics Mechanics of Flight Aircraft General Engineering Maintenance Practices Civil Aviation Requirements - I Aircraft Systems and Instrumentations Avionics TOTAL SEMESTER – II Code No. Course Title THEORY Maintenance and Reliability Engineering Airframe Maintenance and Repair Aero Engine Maintenance and Repair Aircraft Composite Structures and Repair Civil Aviation Requirements – II Airlines and Airport Management L T P C TCH 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 4 4 4 4 4 4 24 L T P C TCH
AE1636 AE1637 AE1638 AE1639 AE1640 BA 1701 PRACTICAL AE1641
3 3 3 3 3 3
1 0 0 0 1 0
0 2 2 2 0 0
4 4 4 4 4 3
4 5 5 5 4 3
Aero Engine Laboratory TOTAL
SEMESTER – III
Course Title THEORY
AE1642 E1 E2
Aircraft Maintenance Management Elective I Elective II PRACTICAL
3 3 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
3 3 3
3 3 3
Aircraft Systems Laboratory Project Work – Phase I TOTAL
1 6 16
3 12 24
** -Common toM.E. Aeronautical Engineering
SEMESTER – IV
Course Title PRACTICAL
Project Work - Phase II TOTAL
Total No. of Credits: 76
LIST OF ELECTIVES
M.E. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ELECTIVES FOR 3rd SEMESTER: E I & E II Course Code AE1646 AE1647 MG1606 AE1649 AE1650 MG1602 AE1651 AE1652 AE1653 AE 1654 Course Title Airlines Operation and Scheduling Diagnostic Techniques Airline Marketing Management Helicopter Maintenance Aircraft Navigation Systems Entrepreneurship Development Aviation safety management System Simulation And Modelling Advanced optimization techniques Logistics and supply chain management L 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 P 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 4 4 3 3 4 3 3 4 4 3
UNIT IV DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS 12 Completely Randomized Design – Randomized Block Design – Latin Square Design – 2 Factorial Design. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SEMESTER – I MA1621 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES The course is aimed at developing the Mathematical skills of engineering students that are imperative for effective understanding of engineering subject. UNIT II ESTIMATION THEORY 12 Principle of least squares – Regression – Multiple and Partial correlations – Estimation of Parameters – Maximum likelihood estimates – Method of moments.Vs – Correlation and Regression. chi-square. and Fdistributions – Analysis of variance – One-way and two way classifications.HINDUSTAN UNIVERSITY HINDUSTAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE PADUR.603 103 SYLLABUS FULL -TIME MODE M. UNIT III TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS 12 Sampling distributions – Test based on Normal. TOTAL : 60 4 . UNIT V TIME SERIES 12 Characteristics and Representation – Moving averages – Exponential smoothing – Auto Regressive Processes. t-distribution. UNIT I PROBABILITY AND RANDOM VARIABLE 12 Probability – Random variables – Moments – Moment generating function – Standard distributions – Functions of random variables – Two-dimensional R.E.
1999. “Probability and Statistics for Engineering”.C and Kapoor.motions of airplane -Pitching. 1982. Irvin. UNIT V AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES 12 Introduction to Aircraft structures . UNIT III AERODYNAMICS 12 12 Airfoils and streamlines bodies . taxying . UNIT II PROPULSION Aircraft propulsion.TEXT BOOKS 1.Montgomery D. Jay. dynamic instability and control. UNIT IV STABILITY AND CONTROL 12 Introduction to stability and control. power plant classification. 1994.A. Anderson.D. California. Sultan Chand and Sons. “Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics”. Rocket propulsion. 2. McGraw Hill.Take-off .theory of flight.Gupta. REFERENCES 1 . Concepts of static and dynamic stability and control. AE1631 MECHANICS OF FLIGHT L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To introduce the basic concept of aeronautical engineering and the current development in the field. O. Rolling and Yawing-Banking. “Probability and Statistics for Engineering and Sciences”. Freund John. L.lift and drag . L.Loads .. TOTAL: 60 5 . Prentice Hall. UNIT I CONFIGURATION OF AIRPLANE AND ITS COMPONENTS 12 How an Airplane flies . spinning. E and Miller.landing . I. principles of Operation and areas of their application. New Delhi. spirals . “Time series Analysis: Theory and Practice”. Monterey.C and Johnson.Devore. skidding and slipping .stalling.North-Holland.cross wind take-off and landings.starting. 2. 5th Edition. range and endurance.K. Brooks Cole Publishing Company. 1982.forces acting on an airplane . “Forecasting and Time series”.speed and power – physical properties and structure of atmosphere . S. Amsterdam.Types of construction .Design features Aircraft materials. 3 . V-n diagram. Different types of flight vehicles.components of an airplane and their functions . V.
Jr. Radiography.etc. Eddy Current. UNIT I AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PRACTICES 12 Standard Maintenance Practices . Kermode.‟Intoduction to flight‟ TATA McGraw-Hill. John. Hoses and Control Cables. A.Anderson.Aircraft Maintenance Practices . 1990 Engineering Student‟s II Edition.Dye Penetrant. Engineering Drawings and Diagrams. Ultrasonic. UNIT III AIRCRAFT MATERIALS 14 Aircraft Materials – Ferrous.Torque Wrenches and Torque Loading Practices UNIT II TOOLS 10 Aircraft Fastening Devices – Bolts . Pipes. Various welding procedures and techniques used in aircraft and case studies . Megson T. Nuts and Washers. TOTAL: 60 6 . Testing and Calibration Methods. Non-Ferrous . Aircraft Weight and Balance Control.D.Corrosion Control and Protection Techniques UNIT IV NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT) AND WELDING 14 Various Non-Destructive Testing Techniques. Bearings and Gears. Van Sickle Neil.C.Composite and Non-Metallic Materials Corrosion . Quality System and Procedures. 1985.TEXT BOOKS 1. New Delhi. UNIT V AIRCRAFT MISCELLANEOUS 10 Electrical Cables and Connectors. 2. New York.S.Magnetic Particle. Kent. „Mechanics of Flight‟ English Book Store.H.Measuring Tools . 1992. 2.A. Locking Devices and Springs. AE1632 AIRCRAFT GENERAL ENGINEERING AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICES L T PC 3 1 04 OBJECTIVES To teach the students about the basic concept of Aircraft general engineering and maintenance practices..General Purpose Tools . Usage of Electrical Instruments and Equipment.Screws.2007 REFERENCES 1. U. „Aircraft Structures for Edward Arnold. D „Modern Airmanship‟ VanNostrand Reinhol.
2000 2.2002. 1937 as far as they related to airworthiness and safety of aircraft. Aircraft Materials & Processes by Titterton. aeronautical information publications. Civil Aircraft Inspection Procedures (CAP 459-Part I.E.M. Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics (General Handbook EA-AC 65-9A) 3. Machine Drawing by AC Parkinsons. UNIT II 11 C. Basic) 2. aircraft rules. AE 1633 CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS – I L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To teach civil aviation rules and regulations which are being followed by Directorate General of Civil Aviation . 1934. 7. 4.2004 5. MEL. aeronautical information circulars. series “B” – issue approval of cockpit check list.(relating to airworthiness). REFERENCES 1. UNIT I Indian aircraft rules 1937 and related publications 7 Knowledge of aircraft act. procedure of CAR issue.2004. objectives and targets of airworthiness directorate. Digital Fundamentals by Malvino and Leech. Knowledge of civil airworthiness requirements. notices (NOTAMS) by DGCA.TEXT BOOKS 1. amendments etc.A. 6. Standard Aviation Maintenance Handbook EA-282-0. 7 . Advanced Composites (EA-358) by Cindy Foreman . CDL: Deficiency list (MEL & CDL).2005. Training Manual General Section Book 1 thru 7 by Dale Crane. Standard Aircraft Handbook (5th Edition) -Larry Reithmaier.2000. series A – procedure for issue of civil airworthiness requirements and responsibility of operators vis-à-vis air worthiness directorate Responsibilities of operators/owners.R. Shop Theory by James Anderson Earl E. preparation and use of cockpit check list and emergency check list.R. 3. advisory circulars & A.2006.A. Tatro. airworthiness regulations and safety oversight of engineering activities of operations C.2002.
requirements of infrastructure at stations other than parent base.2009. investigation. monitoring. 17-l. investigation and reporting Defect recording.R. issue /revalidation and renewal of certificate of airworthiness.A. C. reading and reporting of flight defects and rectification of defects observed on aircraft.A. Connaught circus. Advisory circulars from DGCA. series „C‟ – defect recording. D. reporting. 17-l. 2. Civil aviation requirements with latest amendment (section 2 airworthiness) – published by DGCA. series „D – and aircraft maintenance programmes Reliability programmes (engines).A. New Delhi. UNIT V 18 13 C.2000. the English book store. the English book store. UNIT IV C.R.UNIT III 11 C. & G. F.R.2009. 8 . procedure for issue / revalidation of type certification of aircraft and its engines / propellers. New Delhi. Series E – approval of organizations Approval of organizations in categories A. Aircraft manual (India) volume – latest edition. recording of in-flight instrument.A. B. flight report. C. Series “F” airworthiness and continued airw orthiness Procedure relating to registration of aircraft.R. Aeronautical information circulars (relating to airworthiness) from DGCA. requirement for renewal of certificate of airworthiness. Connaught circus. TBO – revision programme. E. Suspensions of certificate of airworthiness and its subsequent revalidation. rectification and analysis. TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. aircraft maintenance programmes & their approval: on condition maintenance of reciprocating engines.
UNIT I AIRPLANE CONTROL SYSTEMS 18 Conventional Systems .Operation and Principles of Inertial navigation system-GPWSGPS.Study of various types of engine instruments . Deicing and anti.Modern control systems .Typical air pressure system – Brake system .Temperature gauges Pressure gauges .Altimeters . Lubricating systems for piston and jet engines .Study of typical Hydraulic systems.Advantages Working principles .CVR case studies. EAS.Accelerometers.Oxygen systems Fire protection systems.Digital fly by wire systems . Boost-Strap air cycle system Evaporative vapour cycle systems . UNIT II AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS 10 Hydraulic systems . Landing Gear systems .AE1634 AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND INSTRUMENTATIONS L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To describe the principle and working of Aircraft systems and Instruments. UNIT V AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS 10 Flight and Navigation Instruments – Gyroscope . TOTAL: 60 9 .Hydraulic system controllers .Pneumatic systems . Instrument landing systems. VOR . Communication and Navigation systems.Components of multi engines.Mach Meters .Power actuated systems – Engine control systems – Push -pull rod system.Components.Modes of operation .Typical examples for piston and jet engines.Classification – Shock absorbers .Auto pilot system active control technology.Typical pneumatic power system .Tachometers . flexible push pull rod system .Vapour Cycle systems.icing systems. UNIT IV AUXILLIARY SYSTEM 11 Basic Air cycle systems .Principles and operation .Starting and Ignition systems .Components .Power assisted and fully powered flight controls .Retractive mechanism.Evaporative air cycle systems . Air speed Indicators – TAS. UNIT III ENGINE SYSTEMS 11 Fuel systems for Piston and jet engines .components .
REFERENCES 1.. S. virtual cockpit-Civil and Military Electrical Power requirement standards. J. The English Book Store.. Pallet.. MFDs. Pitman & Co. 1997. U. comparing the Military and Civil Requirements and Tips for Power System Design UNIT III AVIONICS SYSTEM DATA BUSES. McGraw-Hill. 2. New Delhi1995. Federal Aviation Administation. Evaluating system design and Future architecture Hardware assessment-FARs guide certification requirementsFault Tree analysis –Failure mode and effects analysis. Mekinley.H. Panoramic/big picture display. HUD. VALIDATION AND CERTIFICATION 16 Fault tolerant systems and Hardware and Software. Synthetic and enhanced vision. R. 1993. 3.. 1993. character displays etc. McGraw-Hill. “Gas Turbine Technology”.D. ARINC-429. McGrawHill. Treager.S.. I/O DEVICES AND POWER 14 Trends in display technology.J. UNIT I INTRODUCTION TO AVIONICS 7 Role for Avionics in Civil and Military Aircraft systems. DESIGN AND INTEGRATION 16 MIL-STD-1553B. R. 2. HOTAS. J..L. Avionics sub-systems and design. Certification of Civil Avionics 10 . Criticality and damaging modes and effects analysis.L. Software Assessment and Validation -Civil and Military standards. ARINC-629. “Aircraft Instruments & Principles”. Civil and Military aircraft cockpits. AFDX and its Elements. HDD. stand alone and integrated Verification and Validation UNIT IV SYSTEM ASSESSMENT. CSDB. situation awareness. Development and integration-Use of simulation tools. Dept. of Transportation. “General Hand Books of Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics”. AVIONICS L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 AE1635 OBJECTIVES To know the role of electronics in aviation field. Avionics system design. Alphanumeric displays. “Aircraft Maintenance & Repair”. and Bent. Avionics System/subsystem requirements-Importance of avionics system architectures UNIT II AVIONICS SYSTEM ESSENTIALS: DISPLAYS. MFK. Software development process models. and Bent..TEXT BOOKS 1. HMD. McKinley. E. 1993. DVI.D. “Aircraft Power Plants”.
Establishing spares level TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOKS 1.. „Digital Avionics Systems‟. Prentice Hall. 1996 2.Spitzer.R.A. Jim Curren. 2000 REFERENCES 1. Collinson R. N. 1992.J. „Avionics Systems‟.S. C. 1989. Spitzer.H. Scientific and Technical. Software costs. 11 ..UNIT IV MAINTENANCE AND COSTS OF AVIONICS 7 BIT and CFDS. Trend in Advanced Avionics. Longman Longman Group UK Ltd.G. D. Chapman and Hall. 1987 2. 3. Cash flow analysis. Crc Press. Middleton. IOWA State University. The Avionics Handbook. U.P. ATLAS. Speeds maintenance. Cary R . Automatic Test Equipment. Englewood Cliffs. „Introduction to Avionics‟.. Remote diagnostics and maintenance support-Life Cycle Costs for Military and Civil Avionics. England.
UNIT I MAINTENANCE MANAGAMENT 12 Need for maintenance-Objective. UNIT V DESIGN FOR RELIABILITY 12 Analysis of reliability data-Weibull analysis-Design and manufacture for ReliabilityReliability of parts and components-Design for system reliability-Economics of standby or redundancy in a production system-reliability testing-Types. TOTAL: 60 12 . type and location-Maintenance costs-Benefits-Computer Aided Maintenance management-Total productive maintenance.Concepts-Types of maintenance-OrganizationTrade force mix. UNIT III DIAGNOSTIC MAINTENANCE 12 Leak detection-wear monitoring-Temperature monitoring-Vibration monitoringSignature analysis-Shock monitoring-Lubricant-Analysis-Methodology-EquipmentsApplications UNIT IV CONCEPTS OF RELIABILITY 14 Elements of Probability-Reliability Definition-Measures of Reliability-FailuresClassification of failures-Failure data analysis-Availability-Criticality matrix-Event tree analysis-Utilization factor-Factors affecting reliability.SEMESTER II AE1636 MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY ENGINEERING L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To introduce the concepts of reliability and diagnostic maintenance techniques. UNIT II TYPES OF MAINTENANCE 10 Breakdown and Preventive maintenance-Advantages and Limitations-Maintenance prevention-Diagnostic maintenance-Design out maintenance-Opportunity maintenance.
various repair schemes – Scopes. 2. " Mechanical Fault Diagnosis and Condition monitoring ".Classification – Repair or replacement –– Riveted repair design.1992. NAKAJIMA.-" Maintenance Engineering Handbook ".S.A. holes etc. 5." Introduction to TPM .TEXT BOOKS 1.D.. COLLACT. Tata McGraw Hill.T Testing .T'. . Productivity Press-1995.& M. AE1637 AIRFRAME MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR L T PC 3 0 2 4 OBJECTIVES To study the maintenance aspect of airframe systems and rectification of snags UNIT I WELDING IN AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS 13 Equipments used in welding shop and their maintenance – Ensuring quality welds – Welding jigs and fixtures – Engine mount repair –landing gear repair. UNIT II PLASTICS AND COMPOSITES IN AIRCRAFT 13 Review of types of plastics used in airplanes – Maintenance and repair of plastic components – Repair of cracks.A. REFERENCES 1.-Macmillan.. 3. " Reliability Engineering and Test assessment ". Inspection and Repair of composite components – Special precautions – Autoclaves 13 . JENTRY EJ and KUMAMOTO.D.1976.HARRIS. SHEET METAL REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE Inspection of damage – N. Prentice Hall.CARTER. 2.J. 4. KELLEY. HIGGINS and MORROW.Total Productive Maintenance”.McGraw Hill-1985. NewnesButter worth.1984.H.-" Management of Industrial Maintenance" . " Mechanical Reliability ".1985. O'CONNOR.D. MILLER & BLOOD . " Practical Reliability Engineering ".P.S." Modern maintenance Management " -Tarapooriwala & sons.. Damage investigation – reverse technology. John Wiley-1994. 3.
WATKINS. Marquette. “Aircraft Maintenance and Repair”. water and waste system.Trouble shooting . TOTAL 60 TEXT BOOK 1. 14 . 2.. Balancing of control surfaces – Inspection maintenance. UNIT I CLASSIFICATION OF PISTON ENGINE COMPONENTS 11 Types of piston engines – Principles of operation – Function of components – Materials used – Details of starting the engines – Details of carburetion and injection systems for small and large engines – Ignition system components – Spark plugs – Engine operating conditions at various altitudes – Maintenance and inspection check to be carried out. “Aircraft Repair Manual”. UNIT IV REVIEW OF HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEM 13 Trouble shooting and maintenance practices – Service and inspection.Theory and practices. New York. ASSEMBLY AND RIGGING 11 Airplane jacking. LARRY REITHMEIR. 1940 AE1638 AERO ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR L 3 T 0 P 2 C 4 OBJECTIVE To study the basic concepts of the maintenance and repair of both piston and jet aero engines and the procedures followed for overhaul of aero engines.J. Location. 1992. DELP. Helicopter flight controls.G. Inspection and maintenance of auxiliary systems – Fire protection systems – Ice protection system – Rain removal system – Position and warning system – Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) UNIT V SAFETY PRACTICES 10 Hazardous materials storage and handling . KROES. Palamar Books. weighing and C. New York. – Inspection and maintenance of airconditioning and pressurization system. REFERENCES 1. BRIMM D.E. BOGGES H. 1992.Aircraft furnishing practices – Equipments . McGraw-Hill. “Aircraft Maintenance”. Installation and maintenance of Instruments – Handling – Testing – Inspection. Pitman Publishing corp. Tracking and balancing of main rotor. – Inspection and maintenance of landing gear systems.UNIT III AIRCRAFT JACKING.
1994. maintenance and trouble shooting – Inspection of all engine components – Daily and routine checks – Overhaul procedures – Compression testing of cylinders – Special inspection schedules – Engine fuel. 7th Edition – McGraw Hill. UNIT III OVERHAUL PROCEDURES OF PISTON ENGINES 13 Symptoms of failure – Fault diagnostics – Case studies of different engine systems – Tools and equipment requirements for various checks and alignment during overhauling – Tools for inspection. TURBOMECA. New Delhi. 1993. UNIT IV CLASSIFICATION OF JET ENGINE COMPONENTS 12 Types of jet engines – Principles of operation – Function of components – Materials used – Details of starting and operating procedures – Gas turbine engine inspection & checks – Use of instruments for online maintenance – Special inspection procedures : Foreign Object Damage – Blade damage – etc. “Gas Turbine Engines”. “The Aircraft Gas turbine Engine and its Operation”.UNIT II INSPECTION OF PISTON ENGINES 12 Inspection. TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOK 1.destructive testing techniques on engines – Equipment for replacement of part and their repair. New Delhi. New York. UNITED TECHNOLOGIES PRATT & WHITNEY. “Aircraft Power plants”. Trouble Shooting . UNIT V OVERHAUL PROCEDURES OF JET ENGINES 12 Engine Overhaul procedures – Inspections and cleaning of components – Repairs schedules for overhaul – Balancing of Gas turbine components. KROES & WILD. Gas turbine testing procedures – test schedule preparation – Storage of Engines – Preservation and de-preservation procedures. Maintenance procedures of gas turbine engines – Trouble shooting and rectification procedures – Component maintenance procedures – Systems maintenance procedures. (latest edition) The English Book Store. control and exhaust systems – Engine mount and super charger – Checks and inspection procedures. 2. 15 .Procedures for rectification – Condition monitoring of the engine on ground and at altitude – engine health monitoring and corrective methods. the English Book Store. Engine testing: Engine testing procedures and schedule preparation – Online maintenance. REFERENCES 1.
Application of composite to aircraft structures UNIT II BASIC CONCEPTS 16 Hooke‟s law for orthotropic and anisotropic materials. Lamina stress-strain relations referred and principal material directions and arbitrary axes. UNIT III ANALYSIS OF LAMINATED COMPOSITES 16 Governing equations for anisotropic and orthotropic plates. 1990. Static. “Hand Book on Fibre glass and advanced plastic composites”.Lubin. dynamic and stability analysis for simpler cases of composite plates.R. TOTAL 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co. L. “Analysis and Performance of fiber composites”. “Mechanics of Composite Materials”.J.M.. Angle-ply and cross ply laminates. G. 2nd Edition.AE1639 AIRCRAFT COMPOSITE STRUCTURES AND REPAIR L 3 T 0 P 2 C 4 OBJECTIVES To understand the fabrication analysis and design of composite materials and structures UNIT I CLASSIFICATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS 6 Need for the composite materials . Agarwal and L. John-Wiley and Sons. Taylor & Francis. Sandwich construction UNIT V MANUFACTURING & FABRICATION PROCESSES 11 Manufacturing of glass. Interlaminar stresses. R. Micromechanics and macro mechanics. Calcote. Autar K. 3.. 1997 16 . Open mould and closed mould processes. boron and carbon fibres. 1999 2. Kaw. Failure criteria. Jones. Van Nostrand Co. 1989. Broutman. Mechanics of Composite Materials. UNIT IV OTHER METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND FAILURE THEORY 11 Netting analysis.D. B. New York. REFERENCES 1. CRC Press LLC. 2.Types of fiber and resin materials and their properties – Types of composites . “Analysis of laminated structures”. 1989.
complete series L UNIT III C. NAVIGATION & RADAR 11 Aircraft radio equipment .AIRBORNE COMMUNICATION. operation of general aviation airplanes. aircraft fueling procedures. 17 .C.R. fixation of period for determining overhaul life of reciprocating engines.AE1640 CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS – II L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To teach a civil aviation rules and regulations which are being followed by directorate general of civil aviation UNIT I C.R.A. C. maintenance of test equipments: airworthiness procedures for clean rooms and environments for aircraft systems/accessories shop.A. installation of mode A / C and mode S transponders.R. UNIT II C.R.A. series S. C.A. operation of commercial air transport aero planes. SERIES H . operation of general aviation helicopters. GPWS. aircraft equipment and instruments. installation of airborne. Series O – operational requirement for aircraft: Minimum requirements to be complied by operators. SERIES M – MANDATORY MODIFICATIONS AND INSPECTIONS 15 Mandatory modification / inspections. FUELLING OF AIRCRAFT AND CALIBRATION 8 Aircraft fuels: Unusable fuel supply – calibration of fuel quantity gauge of aircraft. approval f airborne GPS in Aircraft. UNIT IV C. SERIES I – AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS. EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES 11 Aircraft instruments overhaul and periodical inspections. exit row seating . maintenance of airborne communication & navigation. series L aircraft maintenance engineer – licensing: Issue of AME license. operation of commercial air transport helicopters.R. Collision avoidance system.R. aviation fuel at airport – storage.A. Cockpit voice recorders. SERIES R .R. installation of communication. flight data recorders. control of electromagnetic interference in modern aircraft.storage of aircraft parts: Storage condition and storage /service life of rubber parts and aircraft components containing rubber parts. registration airworthiness and operation of hand gliders and powered hand gliders . handling & quality control.A. navigation and radar equipments .REQUIREMENTS OF AIRCRAFT FUEL. its classification and experience requirements. and Radar equipment.A.
the English book store. 3. C. Social. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 9 L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 Evolution of Management – History of Aviation – Organization. SERIES X – MISCELLANEOUS REQUIREMENTS: Weight and balance control of an aircraft. procedure of aircraft for issue of taxi permit.A.A. SERIES T – FLIGHT TESTING OF AIRCRAFT 15 Flight testing of (series) aircraft for issue of C and A. procedure for issue of type approval of aircraft components and equipment including instruments. Aircraft manual (India) volume – latest edition. concessions. and Ethical Environment – History of Indian Airline Industry – Major Players in Airline Industry – SWOT analysis in Airline Industry. flight testing on aircraft for which C and A had been previously issued. Global. New Delhi.Completion in Airline Industry UNIT II AIRPORT MANAGEMENT 8 Airport Planning – Terminal Planning.UNIT V C.145 TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. New Delhi. aircraft log books.CAR 145. BA 1701 AIRLINES AND AIRPORT MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVES To provide the knowledge of airport planning. use of furnishing materials in aircraft. Civil Aviation Requirement . provision of first aid kits & physician‟s kit in an aircraft. Civil aviation requirements with latest amendment (section 2 airworthiness) Published by DGCA.Market potential on Indian Airline Industry. 2. 17-l.R. 17-l. document to be carried on board on Indian registered aircraft. Connaught circus. Connaught circus.Current Challenges in Airline Industry.R.Advisory circulars from DGCA. Aeronautical information circulars (relating to airworthiness) from DGCA. design and operation – Airport Operations – Airport Functions – Organization Structure of Airline sectors – Airport Authorities – Global and Indian Scenario of Airport Management 18 . management and operations that is required to begin an airport management career. the English book store.
Alexender T. Airport Planning and Management. Excel Books 2007 4. 2. Seth Young. London 2000 REFERENCES 1. R. 4th Edition McGraw. 19 . P S Senguttavan Fundementals of Air Transport Management .A.A. rates and charges UNIT IV INSTITUITIONAL FRAMEWORK 8 Safety Regulation – Economic Regulation – Management of Bilaterals – Aviation Security UNIT V CONTROLLING 8 Traffic Control – Airspace and Navigational aids – Controlling Process – Coordination .Hill. Principles of Airport Management. Doganis. The Airport Business Routledge. Richard de Neufille. Managing Airports: An International Perspective – Butterworth – Heinemann. McGraw-Hill London 2007. Wells. McGraw Hill 2003 3. Wells. Graham.Private Participation in Indian Airports – Environmental regulations – Regulatory Issues – Meteorological Services in Aviation – Airport fees. Airport Systems: Planning.Response to emergencies and airport Securities – Case Studies in Airline Industry TOTAL: 45 TEXT BOOKS 1. Oxford 2001.UNIT III AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES 12 International Trends – Emerging Indian Scenario – Private Participation : International Developments. Design and Management. London 1992 2.
Propeller Pitch Setting Stripping of a jet engine Jet Engine – identification of components & defects. 7. Stripping of a piston engine Engine (Piston Engine) .1 L 0 T 0 P 2 C 1 6 1 each 2. Bevel Protector and DTI NDT Equipments (Defectoscope. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. 8. 6. Piston – Engine reassembly.cleaning. 2. Engine starting procedures. 9. 4.3. Jet Engine – NDT checks and dimensional checks Jet Engine – reassembly. 5. 1.5.No 1 2 3 4 5 Equipments Piston Engines Jet Engines Propeller pitch setting stand Aircraft with serviceable stand Precision instruments (Vernier Caliper.dimensional checks. Hot oil Chalk Method Qty 2 2 1 1 2 each Experiments No.7. 3.1.9 5 1 to 10 3. visual inspection. 10. Piston Engine Components . Cylinder bore gauge. Micro meter. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS (for a batch of 30 students) Sl. Dyepenetrant method.PRACTICAL AE1641 AERO ENGINE LABORATORY OBJECTIVE To introduce the knowledge of the maintenance and repair of both piston and jet aero engines and the procedures followed for overhaul of aero engines. NDT checks.1 20 .4 6.2. depth gauge.
21 . K. Richordson J. Helicopter maintenance – Future of aircraft maintenance.C. 4. TOTAL: 45 TEXT BOOKS 1. N. D. Airline Management Englewood Cliffs. Production Management. Batra 3. C. REFERENCES 1. Airlines in Transition Lexington Mass. UNIT-III MAINTENANCE PRODUCTION 12 Airline scheduling (with reference to engineering )-Product support and sparesmaintenance sharing – Equipment and tools for aircraft maintenance – Aircraft weight control – Budgetary control. Heath 1981.2000 2. Banfe Charles F. Airline economics and the aircraft – Principle of airlines economics-Cost of aircraft maintenance UNIT II SCHEDULE AND CONSTRAINTS 8 Aircraft reliability – The maintenance schedules and its determinations –conditions monitored maintenance – Extended range operation (EROPS) – Ageing aircraft.2000.SEMESTER III AE 1642 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 OBJECTIVES This course explores the students confronting the various supervisory levels of aviation maintenance and management UNIT I AIRLINE ECONOMICS AND MAINTENANCE COST 8 Airworthiness and its regulation.D.1997. Case studies in aircraft maintenance.1998. UNIT IV COMPUTER IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE 10 Computer in aircraft maintenance – Artificial intelligence – Aircraft maintenance softwares. Essential of Airlines Management. Laneja Nawal K Economics of Transportation. Friend Aircraft Maintenance Management. Philip Locklin 2. UNIT – V TECHNOLOGY IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE 7 On board maintenance system – engine monitoring – Turbine engine oil maintenance – Turbine engine vibration monitoring in aircraft – Life usage monitoring – current capabilities of NDT. D.J Prentice -Hall 1992.H.C.
3.7.to assess filter element clogging “Pressure Test”.5. 6. LIST OF EXPERIMENTS 1. Aircraft “Jacking Up” procedure Aircraft “Levelling” procedure Control System “Rigging check” procedure Aircraft “Symmetry Check” procedure “Flow test”. 5. 2. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS (For a batch of 30 students) S. 1.No.6.2.to adjust operating pressure of hydraulic systems “Pressure Test” -on fuel system components “Brake Torque Load Test”. 6.2. 10. 1.1 1. 5. Items Serviceable aircraft with all above systems Hydraulic Jacks (Screw Jack) Trestle adjustable Spirit Level Levelling Boards Cable Tensiometer Adjustable Spirit Level Plumb Bob Quantity 1 5 5 2 2 1 1 1 Experiment No. 7.PRACTICAL AE1626 OBJECTIVE AIRCRAFT SYSTEM LABORATORY L 0 T 0 P 3 C 1 To train the students with “ON HAND” experience in maintenance of various air frame systems in aircraft and rectification of common snags. 8. 22.214.171.124. 7.4.on wheel brake units Maintenance and rectification of snags in hydraulic and fuel systems.1 1 1 1 1 1 22 . 3. 8. 4.10 1.2. 9. 4.4.To assess hydraulic External/Internal Leakage “Functional Test”.3.
on library reading.Review of Results of Barnhat – Aircraft Routing Problem Models – Solutions – Approaches – Constrained Shortest Path – Branch and Price . The continuous assessment shall be made as prescribed by the regulation (Hindustan University Regulations 2008 for ME. programme) Total Credits: 18 ELECTIVES FOR III SEMESTER AE 1646 AIRLINE OPERATION AND SCHEDULING OBJECTIVES Explores a variety of model and optimization techniques for the solution of airline schedule planning and operation UNIT I OPTIOMIZING FLOW OF NETWORKS 15 L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 Airline Schedule Planning – links to Operations .Multi Commodity Flow Models – Column and Row Generation Techniques – Branch and Bound – Branch and Price cut – Computational Exercises – Passenger Mix Model UNIT II FLEET ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM 15 Basic Models and Solutions .Crew Pairing problem Models and solutions .Integrated Crew Paring – Aircraft routing 23 . literature survey. Each student shall finally produce a comprehensive report covering back round information. project work details and conclusion.Time space networks – Constrained Shortest Path . This final report shall be typewritten form as specified in the guidelines. Full semester shall be allotted and this time shall be utilized by the students to receive the directions from the guide.Assignment Model and Solution Approach – Fleet Assignment Model Extensions UNIT III CREW SCHEDULING 10 Crew pairing problem – Bidline Generation/ Rostering . computer analysis or field work as assigned by the guide and also to present in periodical seminars on the progress made in the project.Branch on Follow ons .Approaches – Shortcomings Itinerary based Fleet Assignment Model – Sub network based Fleet . Every project work shall have a guide who is the member of the faculty of the institution. laboratory work. problem statement.AE1643 & AE1644 PROJECT WORK (Phase I & II) L 0 T 0 P 36 C 18 OBJECTIVE The objective of the project work is to enable the students on a project involving theoretical and experimental studies related to the branch of study.
UNIT III SYSTEMATIC MAINTENANCE 15 Codification and Cataloguing-Instruction manual and operating manualMaintenance manual and Departmental manual-Maintenance time standardMaintenance work order and work permit -job monitoring-Feedback and controlMaintenance records and documentation. Barnhart. Barnhart.UNIT IV OPERATIONS RECOVERY 10 Overview of Operation Control Centre – Aircraft Passenger Delays – Flight Postponement and Cancellation Model–Airline Operation Recovery – Challenges. S. Shenoi. 24 . Scheduling. F. and K. 2.– Role of Simulation UNIT V ROBUST SCHEDULING 10 Robust Crew Scheduling – Robust Aircraft Routing . Klabjan.FMECA.". C. TOTAL : 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. "Robust Airline Crew Scheduling: Move-up Crews. Lu..". "Airline Operations Research. C.. Chebalov. "Integrated Airline Operations Research in the Air Industry. Predictive maintenance-Condition based maintenance system-Design out maintenance-selection of maintenance system.1998. AE 1647 DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To study the importance and the different approaches to achieve the diagnostic algorithm UNIT I DEFECTS AND FAILURE ANALYSIS 10 Defect generation-types of failures-Defects reporting and recording-Defect analysisFailure analysis-Equipment down time analysis-Breakdown analysisTA.2000.Degradable Schedule Design.FMEA.. Talluri.. and D. and R.1998." In REFERENCES 1.1996. UNIT II MAINTENANCE SYSTEMS 10 Planned and unplanned maintenance-Breakdown maintenance-Corrective Maintenance-Opportunistic maintenance-Routine maintenance-Preventive maintenance.
P.Chand & company Ltd. S. NewDelhi-2000. TOTAL : 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. 2.Stages in the Application of Marketing Principles to Airline Management UNIT II MARKET OF AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES 10 Customer – Definition – Apparent and True Needs – Industrial Buying Behaviour – Customer in the Business Air Travel Market – Customer in Leisure Air Travel Market – Customer in the Air Freight Market – Market Segmentation in Air Passenger & Air Freight Market . Garg H.Chand & company Ltd.. SUSHIL KUMAR SRIVASTAVA . REFERENCES 1. John Wiley &Sons. “Industrial Maintenance”.UNIT IV COMPUTER MANAGED MAINTENANCE SYSTEM 10 Selection and scope of computerization-Equipment classification-Codification of breakdown. H. MG 1606 AIRLINES MARKETING MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 OBJECTIVES To enable students understand the principles of marketing and the ways in which these principles can be applied in today’s airline industry. S..Marketing Environment .Control structures for machine diagnosis.BIBRING . MANFRED WECK. material and facilities-Job sequencing-Material management moduleCaptive Engineering module.Vol 3.".Theortical Basis of PESTE Analysis – Building Customer Satisfaction 25 . Machine diagnostics-Objectives-Monitoring strategies-Examples of monitoring and Diagnosis . NewDelhi-1998. UNIT V CONDITION MONITORING 15 Condition monitoring techniques-Visual monitoring-Temperature monitoringvibration monitoring-Lubricant monitoring-Cracks monitoring-Thickness monitoring-Noise and sound monitoring-condition monitoring of hydraulic system.“Industrial Maintenance Management".“Hand Book of Machine Tools. the air transport market and its environment UNIT I INTRODUCTION 5 Marketing conceptual frame work – marketing environment – customer oriented organization – marketing interface wit other functional areas marketing in a globalised environment Marketing Mix .
1998.promotion methods. advertising. New Delhi 2001. prentice hall of India P (ltd). Phlip Kortler: Marketing management (Millenium edidtion). distribution.2000. UNIT IV MARKETING RESEARCH 10 Types. customer relationship. Advertisement and personal selling. NAG. marketing successfully A professional perceptive. Marketing Management. Stephen Shaw “Airline Marketing and Management “ Ashgate Sixth Edition. public relations. brand preferences. retail stores image. 5. REFERENCES 1. J. 26 . TOTAL : 45 TEXT BOOK 1. 3. 2.Darymple marketing management John Wiley & Sons. Kumar. McGraw Hill. Essential of Marketing Research Keith Flether. Marketing Management and Information Technology Prentice Hall. Boyd Walker. Micheal R. process – tools and techniques – application of marketing research – product launching. macmilan 2001. Aakar Day. Vikas Thomson learning 2000. Douglas. 2000 4. Marketing management. customer perception. UNIT V INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IMPACT ON MARKETING DECISIONS 10 Online marketing – web based marketing programmes – emerging now trends and challenges to marketers. customer satisfaction.Customer Service Related Product Features – Pricing Decisions – Building Blocks in the Airline Pricing Policy – Uniform and Differential Pricing – Distribution Channel Strategies – Travel Agency Distribution System – Global Distribution System . demand estimation.Czinkota & Masaaki Kotabe. 2002 6. competitor analysis and related aspects – preparation of marketing research report – sample case studies.UNIT III PRODUCT ANALYSIS IN AIRLINE MARKETING 10 Product – definition – Product Life Cycle – Product Life Cycles in Aviation Industry – Managing Product Portfolio – Balancing Risk and Oppurtunity – Fleet & Schedules related Product Features .
. UNIT I HELICOPTER FUNDAMENTALS 5 Basic directions – Ground handling. English Book House. TOTAL : 45 TEXT BOOK 1.AE1649 OBJECTIVES HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 To study the procedure adapted to the maintenance of helicopter. Tail rotor system – Servicing tail rotor track – System rigging. LARRY REITHMIER. dampeners – Swash plate flight control systems collective – Cyclic – Push pull tubes – Torque tubes – Bell cranks – Mixer box – Gradient unit control boosts – Maintenance & Inspection control rigging. “Aircraft Repair Manual”. Part I and II. 27 . New Delhi -16. JEPPESEN. bearings – Gears.Mast – Stabilizer. “Civil Aircraft Inspection Procedures”. 1992. 2. CAA. UNIT III MAIN ROTOR TRANSMISSIONS 12 Engine transmission coupling – Drive shaft – Maintenance clutch – Free wheeling units – Spray clutch – Roller unit – Torque meter – Rotor brake – Maintenance of these components – vibrations – Mounting systems – Transmissions. UNIT V AIRFRAMES AND RELATED SYSTEMS 7 Fuselage maintenance – Airframe Systems – Special purpose equipment. Palamar Books Marquette. “Helicopter Maintenance”. UNIT IV POWER PLANTS & TAIL ROTORS 12 Fixed wing power plant modifications – Installation – Different type of power plant maintenance. UNIT II MAIN ROTOR SYSTEM 9 Main Rotor Head maintenance – blade alignment – Static main rotor balance – Vibration – Tracking – Span wise dynamic balance – Blade sweeping –Electronic balancing – Dampener maintenance – Counter weight adjustment – Auto rotation adjustments – Mast & Flight Control Rotor . REFERENCES 1. Jeppesons and Sons Inc. 2000.
K. 1964.surveillance systems-radio altimeter UNIT III INERTIAL SENSORS 12 Gyroscopes-Mechanical-electromechanical-Ring Laser gyro. Tata McGraw-Hill Pub. „Practical Aircraft Electronic Systems‟. REFERENCES 1. INS system block diagram. A. C. „Modern Aviation Electronics‟.O and others.F. 1993 4. & Bhattacharya. Myron Kyton. N. Gimbal lock. 1995 2. UNIT V SATELLITE NAVIGATION & HYBRID NAVIGATION 12 Introduction to GPS -system description -basic principles -position and velocity determination-signal structure-DGPS. Walfred Fried. John Wiley & Sons. Co.. compensation errors. Alignment. 1994 3. VOR/DME. “Inertial Navigation Analysis and Design”. 2. Career & Technology. Academic Press Inc. Nagaraja. Donnel. 3. MLS. 1997 28 . 1988. A Modern Synthesis‟. Prentice Hall Career & Technology. New York. Introduction to Kalman filtering-Estimation and mixed mode navigation-Integration of GPS and INS-utilization of navigation systems in aircraft TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOK 1. the coriolis effect-Mechanisation. McGraw-Hill Book Company. „Aerospace Avionics System. A. Khanna Publishers. 1975.AE 1650 AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION SYSTEMS L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To study the different types and techniques of navigation systems UNIT I RADIO NAVIGATION 12 Different types of radio navigation. Albert D.. Cross coupling. „Avionics Navigation Systems‟. Accelerometers. UNIT IV INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS 12 INS components: transfer function and errors-The earth in inertial space. New Delhi. George M Siouris. Sen.B.S. “Radar System and Radar Aids to Navigation”. GLS .ADF. Platform and Strap down. “Elements of Electronic Navigation”. Different co-ordinate systems.M. Helfrick.Fibre optic gyro.Doppler -LORAN and Omega UNIT II APPROACH AND LANDING AID 12 ILS. Albert Helfrick. Slater. Prentice Hall Education. Schuler loop. J. Second Edition.Ground controlled approach system .
Prefeasibility Study .S.Role of Family and Society .Budgeting Project Profile Preparation . 3. UNIT III BUSINESS PLAN PREPARATION 12 Sources of Product for Business .Criteria for Selection of Product .Growth Strategies . Entrepreneur – Knowledge and Skills Required for an Entrepreneur. Hisrich.Preventing Sickness and Business Units. Effective Management of small Business. P.MG1602 ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 OBJECTIVES To provide the theoretical foundation of entrepreneurship development UNIT I ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCE 6 Entrepreneurship concept – Entrepreneurship as a Career – Entrepreneur – Personality Characteristics of Successful. 2001. S. 2001.Chand and Company Limited. UNIT IV LAUNCHING OF SMALL BUSINESS Finance and Human Resource Mobilization Operations Planning . Ess Pee kay Publishing House. „Entrepreneurial Development‟.International Business. Saravanavel.Feasibility Report Preparation and Evaluation Criteria. S. Tata McGraw Hill. 5 Rehabilitation of TOTAL: 45 10 29 .Ownership . „Entrepreneurial Development‟.Capital .Market and Channel Selection . TEXT BOOKS: 1. „Entrepreneurship‟. UNIT II ENTREPRENEURAL ENVIRONMENT 12 Business Environment .Central and State Government Industrial Policies and Regulations . Chennai -1997. 2. UNITV MANAGEMENT OF SMALL BUSINESS Monitoring and Evaluation of Business .Entrepreneurship Development Training and Other Support Organisational Services .Matching Entrepreneur with the Project . New Delhi. New Delhi.Khanka.Product Launching.
A Management Handbook . Wood.AE 1651 AVIATION SAFETY MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 OBJECTIVES To teach the students an understanding of flight safety and other key safety issues in the aviation industry. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 12 Aviation safety – Meaning – Need – Economic of Aviation Safety – Safety Vs Mission – Randomness of Damage and Injury – Zero Accident Rate – Accident causes – Multiple Vs Single Cause – Aircraft Accident .Richard H. Aviation Safety Programs .Aviation safety program Evaluation – Flight Operation Safety Inspection – Safety Inspection report Format Aviation Safety Education and Training – Aviation Safety Awards Programs – Accident Preparation and Investigation UNIT IV AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SAFETY 8 Aircraft Discrepancies – Delayed and Deferred Descrepancies – Training – Configuration Control – Maintenance Engine Runs and Taxiing – Maintenance Test Flights – maintenance Analysis – Tool Control – Hazarodous Waste Disposal – Bogus parts – Technical Data – maintenance Inspections – Flight Line Practices – Maintenance Safety Programs – Maintenance Safety Inspections UNIT V AIRPORTS AND HELIPORTS 7 Airport Certification Manual – Airport Emergency Plan – Airports/Heliports criteria – Airfield Criteria – Airspace Criteria – Foreign Object Control – Bird Hazards – Snow and Ice Removal – Fuel Handling – Vehicle Control – Airport and Heliport Safety Inspections TOTAL: 45 TEXT BOOKS 1.Information Distribution systems – Aviation Safety Committees – Aviation Safety Inspection Programs .Aircraft Mishap – Aircraft Incident Building Aviation Safety Program – Prevention Methodology – Risk Management UNIT II HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION SAFETY 8 Theory of Risk – Changing the Behaviour of the risk takers – Attitudes – Discipline – Punishment – Protection of Safety . 30 .Motivating Safe Behaviour – Human factors difficulties – Training involving human factors – Human Performance Concerns – Human Performance Factors UNIT III AVIATION SAFETY PROGRAM ELEMENTS 10 Internal Reporting Systems .
modeling. “Modern Statistical. Simulation using GPSS. inventory systems. 2. Systems simulation. Washington D C. Karian and Edward J. UNIT III DESIGN OF SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS: 12 Problem formulation. 1993. David M. and GPSS Simulation”. key variables.E. Thomas J. Discrete event system simulation. queuing systems. CRC Press. run size. Jerry Banks and John S. 1991 REFERENCES 1. experimental design consideration. Zaven A.Carson.Schriber. Barry L Nelson. R. general systems theory. Shannon. time flow mechanism. concept of simulation. 1975. Prentice Hall.study of GPSS and Applications. starting condition.Nicol. 2. types of simulation. simulation as a decision making tool. discrete and continuous distributions. Narsingh Deo. Prentice Hall. 1999. testing of random numbers. UNIT IV SIMULATION LANGUAGES: 12 Simulation languages . 31 . data collection and reduction. The art and Science. 3. Subramanian KRV and Sundaresan R Kadayam. production systems. “System Simulation with Digital Computer”. India. Dudewicz. New Delhi. “System Simulation – An Introduction to GPSS”. UNIT II RANDOM NUMBERS: 12 Pseudo random numbers. UNIT V CASE STUDIES/MINI PROJEC 12 Development of simulation models using the simulation language studied for systems like. John Wiley. TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. output analysis and interpretation validation. investment analysis and network in aviation industry. 2002. 1979. Systems.AE1652 SYSTEM SIMULATION AND MODELLING L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To introduce the concepts of systems simulation design and modelling techniques UNIT I INTRODUCTION: 12 Systems. maintenance and replacement systems. logic flow chart. methods of generating random varieties. CBS Publishers. PHI.
1995. UNIT III OPTIMIZATION – II 12 Integer linear programming methods and application. Introduction to integer nonlinear programming. Simulated Annealing. Singiresu S. concepts of design vector. objective function surfaces and multi-level optimization. “Operations Research – Principles and Practice”. Design constraints. Applications of optimization. “Introduction to Operations Research”. UNIT IV OPTIMIZATION – III 12 Multi-objective optimization methods and application. Basics of constrained optimization.P. Fredrick S. Ravindran – Phillips –Solberg. 1996. REFERENCES 1. John Wiley and Sons.Liberman. Quadratic programming. McGraw Hill Inc. TOTAL: 60 TEXT BOOKS 1. non-linear programming – unconstrained optimization techniques. UNIT V OPTIMIZATION – IV 12 Introduction to Genetic algorithms. UNIT II OPTIMIZATION – I 12 Karmakars method of solving L. John Wiley and Sons. Formulation of problems – Separable programming and stochastic programming. “Engineering optimization – Theory and practices”. 2. Basics of geometric programming. neural network based optimization and optimization of fuzzy systems.Hillier and G.problem.Rao. 32 . constrains surface.J.AE1653 ADVANCED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES L 3 T 1 P 0 C 4 OBJECTIVES To know the various aspects of optimization problems and its application UNIT I INTRODUCTION 12 Classification of optimization problems. 1987.
UNIT II CO-ORDINATION AND MANAGEMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 8 Inventory.case study in the airline industry UNIT V DECISION MODELS 10 Decision support models of supply chain management: Transportation Systems. Information Systems. Order Processing. Materials Handling. Tata McGraw-Hill Editions. 2000. 2. financial times management. 2000. Logistics and supply chain management. Donald J. Martin Christopher. Shapiro. Philippe . New York. Logistics and Competitive Strategy: Systems view. New Delhi. Vikas Thomson Learning. UNIT IV INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS 10 Ocean Carrier Management. UNIT III INTERFACES WITH OTHER AREA 10 Marketing and Supply Chain Interface. Warehouse Design. John Wiley & sons Inc. Production. 3. REFERENCES 1. Thomson Learning. Finance and Supply Chain Interface. 2002. Transshipment. Import-Export Logistic Management. Packaging. distribution Policies and Plans. Bowersox & David J. TOTAL: 45 TEXT BOOKS 1.AE 1654 LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT L 3 T 0 P 0 C 3 OBJECTIVES To know the importance and the role of logistical management in the aviation industry UNIT I OVERVIEW OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 7 Role of Supply Chain Management: Scope and Importance. Jeremy F.Pierre Dornier. 33 . Closs. Purchasing. Warehousing. Distribution Inventory Policies. Manufacturing Operations and Supply Chain Management. Logistical Management. David Taylor and David Brunt. etc. Integrated Supply. Customer Driver Strategies. Global operations & logistics. Distribution Network Planning and Warehouse Location. Modelling and Supply Chain. Customer Service Management. 2001. 2001. 2.
Delhi. Designing and managing the supply chain. Jaico Publishing House. Mumbai.western college publishing. Monczka / Trend / Handfiled. 2000. 5. 34 . 2000. Just in Time. 2001 6.3.S. 2000. McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Purchasing and Supply chain management. David Simchi – Levi & Philip Kaminsk. Thomson south. Macmillan India Ltd. Sahay. 4. B. David Hutchins. Supply chain management for global competitiveness..
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