E) (9A03801) PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT UNIT – I Functions of production planning & controls operations & productivity, productivity measurement, goods and services, Design of goods and services: selection, generating new products, product development, issues in product design. UNIT – II Forecasting – Importance of forecasting – Types of forecasting, their uses – General Principles of forecasting – Forecasting techniques – qualitative methods and quantitive methods – accuracy of forecasting methods. UNIT – III Factors affecting facilities location, mathematical models for facilities, location, Types of facilities- layout: product layout, process layout, group technology layout, Assembly line balancing, computerised layout: ALDEP, CRAFT, CORELAP. UNIT – IV Strategies for aggregates planning, aggregate planning using O.R. Models, Chase planning, Expediting, controlling aspects. UNIT – V Inventory management – Functions of inventories – relevant inventory costs – ABC analysis – VED analysis – EOQ model – Inventory control systems – P–Systems and Q-Systems-(S, s) Policy. UNIT – VI Scheduling Policies – Techniques, flow shop and job shop Scheduling techniques. UNIT – VII MRP, –lot sizing techniques in MRP, introduction to ERP, LOB (Line of Balance). UNIT – VIII Lean Management, philosophy and creation of lean enterprise, JIT concepts-Kanban System-Elements of total quality management, Six Sigma Quality Control. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Modern Production, Operations Management, Baffa & Rakesh Sarin. 2. Operation Management , B. Mahadevan, Pearson Edu. 3. Production & Operations Management: Concepts, Models and Behavior, Adam & Ebert 5/e, PHI REFERENCES : 1. 2. 3. 4. Operations Management, S.N. Chary. Inventory Control Theory and Practice, Martin K. Starr and David W. Miller. Production Control A Quantitative Approach , John E. Biegel. Production & Operations Management, Kanishka Bedi, Oxford Univ Press.

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Betz criteria UNIT-V BIO-MASS : Principles of Bio-Conversion.F. UNIT-VI GEOTHERMAL ENERGY : Resources. Non-Conventional Energy Sources . the solar constant. economic aspects. Thermo-electric generators. B. UNIT-IV WIND ENERGY : Sources and potentials. materials. principles. Renewable Energy Sources.Engine operation and economic aspects. Tiwari and Ghosal. B. advanced collectors. UNIT-VIII DIRECT ENERGY CONVERSION: Need for DEC. MHD Engine. the solar energy option. 4. solar distillation and drying. Carnot cycle. power generation systems. Tidal and wave energy: Potential and conversion techniques. orientation and thermal analysis. Narosa. 3.Kreith. types of Bio-gas digesters. solar ponds. MHD generators.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. mini-hydel power plants. performance characteristics. utilization for cooking. physics of the sun.solar heating/cooling technique. K Mittal.E) UNIT – I PRINCIPLES OF SOLAR RADIATION: Role and potential of new and renewable source. Ashok V Desai. dissociation and ionization. Twidell & Weir Non-Conventional Sources. Solanki. horizontal and vertical axis windmills. TMH. selection of fuels and operatin g conditions. (9A03802) ENERGY SYSTEMS . Renewable energy resources. I. PHI. solar radiation data. Khan. Figure of merit. UNIT-III SOLAR ENERGY STORAGE AND APPLICATIONS : Different methods. 2/e. hall effect.D. UNIT-II SOLAR ENERGY COLLECTION: Flat plate and concentrating collectors. Wheeler. Rai REFERENCES : 1. principles of DEC.Tech. solar radiation on titled surface.S. photovoltaic energy conversion. 6. G. electron gas dynamic conversion. and their economics. thermodynamic aspects. 2009 Solar Power Engineering. 2. Environmental impact of solar power. Peltier and Joule Thomson effects. MHD accelerator. Non-Conventional Energy. Principles utilization. TEXT BOOKS: 1. setting of OTEC plants. thermodynamic cycles. combustion characteristics of bio-gas. Sensible. limitations. types of wells. Solar Applications. Fuel cells.Magal Frank Kreith & J. UNIT-VII OCEAN ENERGY : OTEC. potential in India. Wiley Eastern Non-Conventional Energy Systems. IV-II Sem (M. applications. latent heat and stratified storage. 5. principles. methods of harnessing the energy..C. Anaerobic/aerobic digestion. Seebeck. instruments for measuring solar radiation and sun shine. magnetic flux. 2. classification of concentrating collectors. faraday’s law’s. gas yield. extraterrestrial and terrestrial solar radiation. Renewable energy sources and emerging Technologies.H.

UNIT . 2. UNIT – V Quality circles – organization – focus team approach – statistical process control –process chart – Ishikawa diagram – preparing and using control charts. Feigenbaum. Pearson Edu. Deming. Besterfield. Poka-yoke.TMH Quality management. Total Quality Management.IV Problem Solving techniques .Quality measurement systems (QMS) – developing and implementing QMS – nonconformance databaseTQM tools & techniques. Bedi Total Quality Management. IV-II Sem (M. Joseph & Susan Berg.Taguchi design of experiments. Praveen Paul.Tech. UNIT – VII Value improvement elements – value improvement assault – supplier teaming. Senthil Arasu and J. Howard Giltow. UNIT – III Process management. Kaizen.7 QC tools. UNIT – VIII Six sigma approach – application of six sigma approach to various industrial situations. Quality management.Institutions – bodies of standardization. Crosby . TEXT BOOKS: 1.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. (9A03803) TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT (Elective – III) . Evans. elements – History-Quality management philosophies-Juran. 2. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.Problem Solving process – corrective action – order of precedence– System failure analysis approach – flow chart – fault tree analysis – failure mode assessment and assignment matrix – organizing failure mode analysis – pedigree analysis. concepts.ISO 9000 series – ISO 14000 series – other contemporary standards – ISO certification process-Third party audit. Scitech. Total Quality Management. Business process reengineering & elements of Supply chain management. UNIT – II Quality standards – Need of standardization . Deming cycle.Advantages & limitations of benchmarking – Taguchi Analysis – loss function . Ishikawa– Stages of Evolution– continuous improvement – objectives – internal and external customers. 2007. UNIT VI Quality Function Development (QFD) – elements of QFD – benchmarking-Types. Quality management.7 New QC tools. 3.E) UNIT – I TQM – overview . 4.

stodola metho d..Gupta REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.K. phase plane method.S. General theory of seismic instruments. methods of vibration control. equivalent damping coefficient UNIT-IV SINGLE DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS WITH FORCED VIBRATIONS: Steady state forced vibration. Principles of Vibrations. UNIT-II SINGLE DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS-I: Undamped free vibration: Classical method. G. torsional systems. 4/e. transmissibility and isolation. simple harmonic motion. impressed force due to unbalance. power absorbed by viscous damping. 3. combination of simple harmonic motions. excitation reduction at source. 4.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B.Thomson. newtons iteration method. forced vibration. Dunkerley’s lower bound approximation. Fourier analysis. Rayleigh’s upper bound approximation. damped mass and distributed mass systems.Tech. accelerometer and vibrometer.Grover 2. 2007. sources of excitation.definition and terminology. 2. IV-II Sem (M. W. Vibration Theory and Applications. Pearson Edu. Press. under damping. . Theory and practice of mechanical Vibrations. Vibration problems in Engineering. Timeshenko and Young. Tongue.Rao and K. motion excitation.T. S. 2010. UNIT-VII VIBRATION IN CINTINUOUS SYSTEMS: Longitudinal vibration of bars. UNIT-III TWO DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS-II: Damped free vibration: Viscous damping. TEXT BOOK: 1. Holzer’s method. Oxford Univ. 2/e. Energy method. lateral vibrations of beams and shafts. coulomb damping. Mechanical Vibrations. orthogonality of mode shapes. torsional vibrations of circular rods or shafts. UNIT-V TWO DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS: Natural frequencies and modes of vibration by classical method of spring-mass system. Rao. impressed harmonic force.E) (9A03804) MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS (Elective – III) UNIT-I INTRODUCTION: Importance and scope . dynamic vibration absorber UNIT-VI MULTI DEGREE FREEDOM SYSTEMS: Influence co-efficient method. system modification. UNIT-VIII Whirling of shafts critical speed of shafts. Mechanical Vibrations. critical damping. equivalent systems.S. performance of different type of isolators. critical speed of shafts with damping. J.

Rocket Propulsion . 4. Sutton. thrust power and propulsion efficiency. domains of application – propellants – comparison of propulsion systems. turbojet engine. UNIT-VI Rocket Engines: Need for. essential components. Hill & Paterson. Mc Graw Hill . the cycle air flow rate. solid and liquid propellant rocket engines. Gas Turbines .Tech. classification of – energy flow. UNIT-V Ram jet. application thrust profiles. energy flow & back work. deviation from ideal cycle. gas turbine with regeneration.Thermo dynamic cycle. 2.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. Somasundaram. essential components – principle of operation – performance evaluation – comparison among atmospheric thermal jet engines. applications. the cycle work ratio. UNIT-VII Rocket Technology: Flight mechanics. gas turbine advantages & disadvantages. V. advantages. means of improving the efficiency and the specific out put of simple cycle. plant lay out. UNIT-II Gas Turbines.reaction principle. plant layout.basic principle of operation and parameters of performance – classification. acceleration. Actual Brayton cycle. Element of Gas Turbines Propulsion .need for thermal jet engines and applications. S.staging of rockets. Gas turbines . 3.serqujet and pulse jet. IV-II Sem (M. turboprop engine. thrust. REFERENCES BOOK: 1. need for – feed systems. Jack D Matingly. injectors and expansion nozzles – rocket transfer and ablative cooling. Cohen . and principles of operation – performance evaluation – thrust augmentation and Thrust reversal – contrasting with piston engine propeller plant.L. MGH. Ganesan TMH 2. UNIT-VIII Testing & instrumentation . UNIT-IV Turboprop and turbojet – thermodynamic cycles. optimum pressure ratio or maximum cycle thermal efficiency. gas turbine applications. intercooling & reheating. thermal efficiency of gas turbine with & without regenerator. gas turbine engines. UNIT-III Jet propulsion: Historical sketch. Dr.E) (9A03805) GAS TURBINES AND JET PROPULSION (Elective – III) UNIT-I Gas Turbine Operating Cycles: Simple open cycle gas turbine or air standard Brayton cycle.need for Cryogenics – advanced propulsion systems. turbofan engine.Thermal jet engines. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Gas Dynamics & Jet Propulsion. elementary treatment. Addision Wiley & longman Thermodynamics of Propulsion. Rogers & Sarvana Muttoo . elementary treatment of Electrical nuclear and plasma Arc Propulsion.essential features of propulsion devices.

Foley. transformations between coordinates.Pauline Baker. scaling. line drawing algorithms.II Output primitives: Points and lines. Springer. quadric surfaces. Computer Graphics and Automation. rotation. Application area of Computer graphics.IV 2-D viewing: The viewing pipe0line. shading algorithms. David 1 Rodgers. Pearson/PHI (9A03806) GEOMETRIC MODELLING (ELECTIVE-IV) .I Introduction.line. Bezier curve and B. boundary-fill and flood –fill algorithm. random scan systems.III 2-D geometrical transformations : Translation. Filled area primitives: scan-line polygon fill algorithm. mid-point circle algorithm. CAD/CAM Theory .VII Visible surface detection methods: Classification. Trivedi. 2005. 2. UNIT. scan. TMH Principles of computer Graphics. back-face detection. overview of graphic system.VIII Computer animation : Design of animation sequence.spline curve. Jaico Pub. raster. rotation. Computer Graphics C version . viewing function. 5.C. reflection and shear transformation matrix representations and homogeneous co-ordinates. depth. Computer Graphics. reflection and shear transformation and composite transformations. UNIT. raster animation. spline representation. depth sorting. Sutherland-Hodgeman polygon clipping algorithm. Cohen-Sutherland and Cyrus –beck line clipping algorithms. scaling. Mathematical Elements for computer graphics. 4. UNIT. TMH.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. Donald Hearn and M. Hermite curve. UNIT. general computer animation functions. IV-II Sem (M. window to view –port-co-ordinate transformations.viewing coordinat4 reference frame. UNIT. Schaum’s outlines. 3.Tech. TMH 2.V 3-D object representation: Polygon surfaces./ Pearson Education REFERENCES: 1. Hughes. Ibrahim Zeid. Vndom. Basic illumination models. graphics monitors and work stations and input devices.VI 3-D geometric transformations: Translation. video. Bezier and B. Zhigand xiang. 6. 2/e.buffer.scan systems. PHI. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Computer Graphics Principles & Practice. Fener. Peason Publ.spline surfaces.E) UNIT. UNIT. Roy Plastock. M. UNIT. composite transformations. TMH Computer Graphics second edition. key frame system. Steven Harrington. motion specification. Shalini Govil. Computer animation language.display devices. C.

Elastic Moduli.R. Van Nostrand Rainfold. 2009 Analysis of Laminated Composite Structures. 4. Ultimate Strengths of a Unidirectional Lamina. Reinforced Composites and nature-made composites. silicon carbide. New York. Hooke’s Law for Different Types of Materials. 1969. Evaluation of the Four Elastic Moduli. M. Kaw. tape production.Isaac and M Daniel. Barbero. New York. Agarwal and J. Plane Stress Assumption. 5. Hooke’s Law for a Two Dimensional Unidirectional Lamina. Springer. Thermosets. IV-II Sem (M. New York. Coefficients of Moisture Expansion UNIT-VII Macromechanical Analysis of Laminates: Introduction. Oxford Univ. Strength of Materials Approach. and boron carbide.Tsai –Hill Failure Theory. Finite Element Analysis of Composite Materials. Other Mechanical Design Issues TEXT BOOKS: 1. RTM. Strain Energy. CRC Press. Mechanics of Composite Materials. man layup. Jones. and Void Content. Hygrothermal Stress –Strain Relationships for an Angle Lamina UNIT-VI Micromechanical Analysis of a Lamina: Introduction. B.Interscience. Volume and Mass Fractions. Warpage of Laminates UNIT-VIII Failure Analysis and Design of Laminates: Introduction . Silica. New York. Particulate composites. 2/e. and applications UNIT-II Reinforcements: Fibres. Autar K. Machanics of Composite Materials and Structures. Composite Materials Science and Engineering. Elastic Moduli of Lamina with Transversely Isotropic Fibers. fibres. Envelopes. CRC Pubi.Definitions: Stress. 2. Thermoplastics. 3. Chawla. 2077 (9A03807) COMPOSITE MATERIALS (ELECTIVE – IV) . Maximum Strain Failure Theory . 1994. Design of a Laminated Composite. Carbon–Carbon Composites. Kevlar. Engineering Mechanics of Composite Materials. Density. Classification: Polymer Matrix Composites. UNIT-III Manufacturing methods: Autoclave. Kishan K. boron. Press. Metal Matrix Composites.Tech. Hygrothermal Stresses and Strains in a Lamina: Hygrothermal Stress–Strain Relationships for a Unidirectional Lamina. Metal matrix and ceramic composites. moulding methods. 6. Coefficients of Thermal Expansion. UNIT-V Hooke’s Law for a Two-Dimensional Angle Lamina. Mechanics of Composite Materials.Glass. 1975. Stress–Strain Relations for a Laminate. Mc Graw Hill Company. In-Plane and Flexural Modulus of a Laminate . pultrusion. Analysis and performance of fibre Composites. Polymer composites. Laminate Code. carbon. Strain . Ceramic Matrix Composites. Ever J. Relationship of Compliance and Stiffness Matrix to Engineering Elastic Constants of a Lamina.Elasticity Approach. Semi Empirical Models . REFERENCES: 1. Reduction of Hooke’s Law i n Three Dimensions to Two Dimensions. Broutman Wiley. 1969. L. 1980. Failure Criterion for a Laminate. Hygrothermal Effects in a Laminate.E) UNIT-I Introduction to Composite Materials: Introduction. UNIT-IV Macromechanical Analysis of a Lamina: Introduction . R. D. Tsai–Wu Failure Theory Comparison of Experimental Results with Failure Theories. Calcote.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. filament winding. madhujit Mukhpadhyay. Fiber. Special Cases of Laminates. Invariant Form of Stiffness and Compliance Matrices for an Angle Lamina Strength Failure. Engineering Constants of an Angle Lamina. 2. (Mechanical Engineering).

Gilligan’s theory. Design Patents. Exclusions from Trademark Protection UNIT VII FOUNDATIONS OF COPYRIGHTS LAW Meaning of Copyrights. Business Ethics and Professional Values. Intellectual Property Law Basics. 2009. Self. Trade names and Business Name. Chernobyl and safe exists. Ethics in Engineering.B. assessment of safety and risk.Engineers as responsible experimenters. 2009.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY ANANTAPUR B. Nature. Common Law rights and Rights under the 1976 copyright Act. 2010. Agencies responsible for intellectual property registration. UNIT VI FOUNDATIONS OF TRADEMARKS Meaning of Trademarks . Human values and Professional Ethics. Rights under Federal Law.Environmental ethics. Importance of Intellectual Property Rights.moral Autonomy. Excel. New Delhi. A Text Book on Professional ethics and Human values. Acquisition of Trademark rights.Tech.S. REFERENCES: 1. Bouchoux. PHI. UNIT III ENGINEER’S RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFETY Concept of safety and risk. Agencies and Treaties. Protectable Matter. Recent developments of the Copyright Act. Scope. Models of professional goals.three. Meaning of Patent Law. 2009. 3. Double Patenting. Charles & Fleddermann.E) (9A03808) PROFESSIONAL ETHICS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (ELECTIVE-IV) UNIT I NATURE AND SCOPE OF ENGINEERING ETHICS Definition. Nagarajan. 6. Moral Reasoning and Ethical theories – Professional Ideals and Virtues.Kohlberg’s theory. Pearson. Deborah E.2005. 2009. International Organizations. UNIT IV GLOBAL ISSUES Multinational corporations. Intellectual Property Rights.Use of ethical Theories. Jayashree Suresh & B.interest. Categories of Marks. Rachana Singh Puri and Arvind Viswanathan. Mike Martin and Roland Schinzinger. Profession Persuasive.Theories of Right Action. S. New Age International.Purpose and Functions of Trademarks. Engineering Ethics. 2009. A. 4.K. International Publishing House. Natarajan and Senthilkumar. United States patent and Trademark Office. The United States Copyright Office UNIT VIII FOUNDATIONS OF PATENT LAW Introduction. I.Moral Dilemmas. Cengage. UNIT II ENGINEERING AS SOCIAL EXPERIMENTATION Engineering as experimentation. Chand. the challenger case. Govindarajan. Engineering Ethics. Multiple motives. Plants patents. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Computer ethics and Weapons developments UNIT V INTRODUCTION TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Meaning and Types of Intellectual Property.Rao. IV-II Sem (M. Practical Approach to Intellectual Property rights. 2. 5.mile island. A balanced outlook on law. Raghavan. types of Marks. Definitions. . Codes of Ethics. 2. TMH. Patentability. Common Law rights. Customs and Regions. 2009.risk benefit analysis and reducing the risk.

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