LTPC 3104




Engine mixtures – Fuel injection systems – monopoint, multipoint and direct injection – stages of combustion – normal and abnormal combustion – factors affecting knock – combustion chambers. UNIT – II COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES 9+3

States of combustion in C.I. Engine – Direct and indirect injection systems – combustion chambers – Fuel spray behaviour – Spray structure, spray penetration and evaporation – Introduction to Turbo charging. UNIT-III POLLUTANT FORMATION AND CONTROL 9+3

Pollutant – sources – Formation of carbon monoxide, Unburnt hydrocarbon, NOx, smoke and particulate matter – Methods of controlling emissions – Catelytic converters and particulate Traps – Methods of measurements of introduction to emission norms and driving cycles. UNIT -IV ENGINE FRICTION AND LUBRICATION 9+3

Engine friction and lubrication – Measurement of friction – Fluid mechanics based multi dimensional models – Engine operating characteristics. UNIT V RECENT TRENDS IN IC ENGINES 9+3

Lean burn engines – Stratified charge engines – Homogeneous charge compression ignition engines – Plasma ignition – Measurement techniques – Laser Doppler, Anemometry.

L : 45 T : 15 Total : 60
REFERENCES 1. R.B. Mathur and R.P.Sharma, “Internal Combustion Engines”, Dhanapat Rai Publications, 1993. 2. V.Ganesan, “Internal Combustion Engines”, Second edition, TMH 2002. 3. Duffy Smith, “Auto Fuel Systems”, The Good Heart Willox company, Inc., 1987. 4. Heywood, J.B., Internal Combustion engine fundamental, McGraw-Hills, 1988. 5. K.K.Ramalinga, “Internal Combustion Engine Fundaments”, Scitech Publications, 2002.


1980. PID control – Programmable logic controller Total : 60 REFERENCES 1.12275H22 .D.Buch.S. . Mani. 3. Derivative control. 1958 2. Beckwith. 1998.. Tata McGraw Hill. 5. V. L.S.. 4.S.. 6.R. Raman. Holman. McGraw Hill. R. 1983. C. pressure. Doebli “Measurement System Application and Design”. Sensitivity – Signal conditioning systems.I and 2 MIR Publishers. Barney. UNIT–II MICROPROCESSORS AND COMPUTERS IN MEASUREMENT 12 Data logging and acquisition – use of intelligent instrument for error reduction – elements of micro-computer inferfacing – intelligent instruments in use.V. Mechanical Measurements. T. Prebrashensky. Prentice Hall of India.Calibration of instruments – Range – resolution – Span – Linearity. V. UNIT – V CONTROL SYSTEMS 12 Types of control – proportional control. “Measurement and Instrumentation in Heat Engineering”. Sharma. Vol. McGraw – Hill. “Instrumentation Devices and Systems”. Prentice Hall of India. Morris A. 1987. “Principles of Measurements and Instrumentation”..P. Narosa Publication House. “Experimental methods for Engineers”. G.. 1988.G. power and flow – Use of intelligent instruments for the physical variables.INSTRUMENTATION OF THERMAL POWER EQUIPMENT LTPC 4004 UNIT – I MEASUREMENT CHARACTERISTICS 12 Generalized instrumentation system – Error theory . “Intelligent Instrumentation”. UNIT – III MEASUREMENT OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES 12 Measurement of thermo-physical properties – Instruments for measuring temperature. 1978. Integral control. UNIT – IV ERROR ANALYSIS 12 Uncertainty propagation – Oscilloscope for analysis of dynamic and transient events. and Marangoni. 7. J.

“Power Generation. 1991. 1983 . B. Gill. reheaters. UNIT . regnerators – Operation and performance – Layouts. Wollenberg. Reheaters.. UNIT . J. “A Course in Power Plant Engineering”. 4. Dhanpat Rai & Co. Wood.J.I INTRODUCTION 9 Power sector – an overview – Load curves for various applications – Types of power plants – Merits and demertis – Criteria for comparison and selection. Condenser and feed water heaters – Operation and performance – Layouts..III GAS TURBINE POWER PLANTS 9 Gas Turbine cycles – Optimization – Thermodynamic analysis of cycles – Cycle improvement – Multi spool arrangement . “Power Plant Performance”. 5. 3.R. Heywood.ADVANCED POWER PLANT ENGINEERING LTPC 3104 UNIT .. UNIT . UNIT . Operation & Control”.W.12275H23 . “Introduction to Nuclear Engineering”. A ddison – Wesley. Butterworths.V NUCLEAR AND MHD POWER PLANTS 9 Overview of nuclear power plants – Radio activity – Fission process – Reaction rates – Diffusion theory. “Analysis of Engineering Cycles”. 1984. Pergamon Press.B.Intercoolers.F. Second edition. 1984. 2.IV ADVANCED POWER CYCLES 9 Binary and combined cycle – coupled cycles – comparative analysis of combined heat and power cycles – IGCC – AFBC / PFBC cycles – Thermionic steam power plant. Fourth edition. A. A.II STEAM POWER PLANTS 9 Rankine cycle – Performance – Thermodynamic analysis of cycles cycle improvements – Superheaters. Arora and Domkundwar. Lamarsh. 2004. elastic scattering and slowing down – Criticality calculations – Critical heat flux – Power reactors – Nuclear safety – MHD & MHD – Steam power plants. Total : 45 REFERENCES 1. R. John Wiley..

Berylium. and construction of nuclear reactors .precipitation process – ion exchange ..R. UNIT III REPROCESSING 9 Nuclear fuel cycles .neutron reactions . . S. Introduction to Nuclear Reactor Theory. John Wiley. Wesley. 1984.reactor shielding.reactors .12275E24B .types of fast breeding reactor .redox . Nuclear Reactor Analysis. J. UNIT IV SEPARATION OF REACTOR PRODUCTS 9 Processes to be considered . Duderstadt.'Fuel Element' dissolution .radioactivity – decay chains .purex . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS TEXT BOOKS: 1.conversion to UF4 and UF6 .heat transfer techniques in nuclear reactors .principles of Isotope separation. 3rd Edition. 1996.the fission process . Lamarsh.production and purification of Uranium . UNIT II REACTOR MATERIALS 9 Nuclear Fuel Cycles .radiation hazards prevention.Hexone .oxidative slaging and electro .TBP and thorax Processes .solvent extraction equipment.Uranium . UNIT V WASTE DISPOSAL AND RADIATION PROTECTION 9 Types of nuclear wastes . 2. Nuclear Reactor Engineering. 1976..nuclides .refinng . J. and Hamilton.J.other fuels like Zirconium.role of solvent extraction in reprocessing .TTA .J.NUCLEAR ENGINEERING C LTP 4004 UNIT I NUCLEAR REACTIONS 9 Mechanism of nuclear fission . and Sesonske. Glasstone.Isotopes .spent fuel characteristics .chelation -U235 . REFERENCES: control and pollution control and abatement international convention on safety aspects . Thorium .characteristics of nuclear fuels . A. Von Nostrand.

UNIT – III 9 COOLING LOAD CALCULATIONS Advanced psychrometric calculations – Cooling load calculations – Determination of factor – Short method calculation.. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.P.ADVANCED REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING LTPC 3104 UNIT – I 9 VAPOUR COMPRESSION SYSTEMS Actual vapor compression system – Multi pressure vapour compression system – environment friendly refrigerants – cascade system. J. New Age International. Arora. U UNIT – IV LOW TEMPERATURE REFRIGERATION AND CRYOGENICS 9 Joule Thompson coefficient – liquefaction of air – hydrogen – helium – Applications of cryogenics. and Johnes. Refrigeration and Air conditioning. W. Press. 2004. 4. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. UNIT – II 9 VAPOUR ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM Three fluid absorption system – comparison of absorption with compression system – multistage systems – analysis. Stoeker. . 1982. Cambridge Uni. 1996. 2nd ed.W.P. Manohar Prasad. Gosney. Principles of Refrigeration. W. C.. 2. 1982.12275E25C . 2nd ed.. Tata McGraw – Hill.. Tata McGrawHill. air filters clean rooms – Air curtain Total : 45 REFERENCES 1.B.. 3. UNIT – V 9 ROOM AIR DISTRIBUTION Friction losses in ducts – Duct design.

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