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ME-301 I.C.

ENGINES

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UNIT I Introduction to I.C Engines: Classification; two and four stroke, SI and CI engines parts, working principle and valve and port timing diagram UNIT II Combustion Phenomenon in SI engines: Principles of combustion in SI engine, effect of engines and operating variables on ignition delay & flame propagation, combustion chamber for SI engines, cycle to cycle variation, pre-ignition, abnormal combustion, theory of detonation, effect of engine and operating variables on detonation, surface ignition, adiabatic flame temperature, ignition systems UNIT III Combustion phenomenon in CI engines: Principles of combustion in CI engine, delay period, variables affecting delay period, diesel knock, methods of controlling diesel knock, combustion process & combustion chambers for CI engines UNIT IV Fuel system and Mixture requirement in SI and CI Engine: Carburetion- working principles, chemically correct air-fuel ratio and load variation, compensating devices, venture and jet dimension calculation, modern fuel induction system, multi point fuel injection system, fuel injection: common rail direct injection UNIT V Engine Testing, Supercharging, Lubrication and Engine Cooling: Engine performance and testing , measurement of power, supercharging limits of SI &CI engines methods of supercharging, superchargers, turbo charging, lubrication principles, function of lubricating system, properties of lubricating oil, additives, cooling system, air cooling, water cooling UNIT VI Introduction to Automotive Fuels: Petroleum based fuels and their properties, knock rating of engine fuels, necessity of alternative fuels, LPG, CNG, producer gas, biogas, H2, biodiesel and alcohols. Suggested Readings: 1. I.C Engines and Air Pollution by E.F.Obert, Intext Educational Publishers. 2. I.C Engines by Ferguson, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Fundamentals of I.C Engines by J.B Heywood, Tata McGraw-Hill Companies. 4. I.C Engines by Mathur & Sharma, Dhanpat Rai and Sons. 5. The Internal Combustion Engine - Theory and Practice Vols. I & II by C.F, Taylor, MIT Press.

turbine pumps. cranes. Fluid Mechanics. Dr. specific speed. A Text Book of Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines ". fluid coupling. hydraulic control valves. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines. cavitation and attendant problems in turbo machines. Fluid Flow Machines". Som S. Cengel and John M Cimbala. gear and wave pumps.ME-302 FLUID SYSTEMS (4 CREDITS) UNIT I INTRODUCTION: Euler's equation of turbo machines. reciprocating. draft tubes. characteristic curves. turbulent flows. UNIT III Pumps: Centrifugal pumps. 4. presses. precaution against water hammer in turbines and pump installations. hydroelectric plants. torque converter. Govinda Rao N. impulses and reaction forces due to fluid systems on stationary and moving systems of vanes. Tata McGraw-Hills Publishing Company Limited . compressible.K Bansal Laxmi Publications (P) Ltd 5. laminar. Pelton. axial and mixed flow pumps. McGraw-Hill 3. efficiency. positive displacement pumps. jet propulsion. UNIT VI Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Application for simple CFD solutions for incompressible. Hydraulic and Pneumatic Power: Simple Hydraulic circuits. unit quantities. selection of turbines. Yunus A. UNIT IV Hydraulic power transmission: Transmission of hydraulic power through pipe lines. velocity triangles.K & Biswas G Tata McGraw-Hills Publishing Company Limited (2003) 2. Velocity triangles. use of models. efficiency.K Fluid Power Engineering. Kumar & Agarwal S.S. D. water hammer. Pneumatic power. Fluid Mechanics. governing. Francis. Second Edition. UNIT V Miscellaneous Hydraulic Machines: Accumulators.K. Dr. propeller and Kaplan turbines. Kataria & Sons (2008). S. flows with heat transfer and flow with free surface. R. intensifiers. UNIT II WATER TURBINES: Classification.S. hydraulic ram. Performance of Fluid Machines: Similarity laws applied to roto-dynamic machines. Suggested Readings: 1.

controlling diagrams. Gordon R. whirling of shafts. Tata McGraw-Hill Reference Books: 1. UNIT IV Balancing: Balancing of rotating parts and primary balancing of reciprocating parts. and spring loaded. Norton. John J. logarithmic decrement. torsional free vibration of two rotor system. R. vibration isolation and vibration of mass supported on foundations subject to vibrations. speed and energy fluctuations. Rattan S. The Theory of Machines. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery. McGraw-Hill Company. primary and secondary balancing of in-line engines.S. McGraw-Hills Ltd. weight loaded. three rotor system and geared systems. response of damped spring mass system to harmonic forces. steam engine and power presses. damped free vibrations with viscous damping. CBS publishers and distributers 2. Josephe Shigley. UNIT VI Introduction to Tribology: Theory of friction wear and lubrication. Suggested Readings: Text Books: 1. Fundamentals of Vibrations by Leonard Meirovitch McGraw-Hill Company 3. Fundamentals of Vibrations by Graham Kelley. . transverse vibration of beams with uniform and concentrated loads by Rayleigh method. vibration simulation. partial balancing of locomotive engines and its effect. balancing machines. Theory of Machines. UNIT II Governors: Function of a governor. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms.L. Pencock. efforts and power of a governor.. UNIT V Vibrations: Free vibration of a body single degree of freedom. UNIT III Gyroscopes: Principles of Gyroscope. Uicker Jr. gyroscopic couple and its effect on two wheel and four wheel vehicles and ships.C engines. Thomas Beven. types of governors. 2. Oxford University press.ME-303 DYNAMICS OF MACHINES (4 CREDITS) UNIT I Flywheels: Turning moment diagrams for I. 3.

Vernants principle . c) Under concentrated loads. Derivation of formulae and calculation of hoop stress longitudinal stress in a thin cylinder and sphere subjected to internal pressure. Theory of failure . Close-coiled helical springs subjected to axial load and axial twist. spiral and leaf springs under torque and Moment. Poison ratio. Impact load : Concept of three dimensional stress and strain. Applications of the equation of the hollow and solid circular shafts torsional rigidity. Moment area method. Columns and struts: Columns of different end conditions and failure of columns. principal stresses and maximum shear stresses under combined loading of bending and torsion. Young's modulus. stress and strain diagram. stress at a point. principal stresses and principal planes. Mohr's theorem. UNIT VI Cylinders and spheres: Thin Cylinders and spheres. slope and deflection. Temperature stress and strain calculations due to applications of axial loads and variation of temperature in single and compound walls. stress at a point on a plane. Hooke's law. . stress produced in compound bars subject to axial loading. Theory of failures. stresses due to sudden and impact loads. Johnson's empirical formula for axially loaded columns and their applications. Mohr's circle of stresses. Springs: . UNIT IV Torsion: Derivation of torsion equation and its assumptions. Strain energy in torsion and bending.ME-304 MECHANICS OF SOLID (4 CREDITS) UNIT I Simple stresses and strains: Concept of stress and strain. circular and channel sections. method of integration. Bending: bending theory. three stress invariants. St. Rankin-Gordon's formula. uniformly distributed loads or combination of concentrated and uniformly distributed loads. UNIT V Slope and deflection: Relationship between moment. UNIT II Compound stress and strains: The two dimensional system.Strain energy. Euler's formulas. stress and strains in bars subjected to axial loading. Strain Energy: Strain Energy under due to axial loads. Stress tensor. Castigliano Theorem.Deflection of springs. UNIT III: 3D Stress.Generalized hooks law. Macaulay's method: Use of all these methods to calculate slope and deflection for the following: a) Cantilevers b) Simply supported beams with and without overhang. derivation of bending formula: its application to beam of rectangular. Modulus of elasticity.

New Delhi.2001 3. Stresses in shrink fits. East-West affiliated. “Mechanics of materials” by James M. "Strength of Materials".S. B. New Delhi. Suggested Readings: 1. New Delhi.. "Mechanics of Materials".K. Mechanics of solids". New Delhi. radial and longitudinal stresses in thick cylinders due to internal and external pressure. McMillan. "Strength of Materials". Gere. New Delhi. Roger T U.P. Timoshenko S. 1990. 1998 2. disc of variable thickness. Fenner. Rotating shaft and cylinders.. Rotating disc of uniform thickness. 2000. Hibbler R.C. Prentice Hall. 1994. Popov Eger P. "Elements of Strength of Materials". Khanna Publishers. 4. New Delhi. Sadhu Singh. 7. Publication. ..Thick cylinders: Hoop. 6. Compound cylinders. 2000. "Engg. SriNath L. 5. "Mechanics of Solids".C Prentice Hall.

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). Plasma Arc Welding. Khanna Publications 3. Investment casting. Manufacturing Technology by P.N.S.1. Wire Drawing by slab method. Welding & Welding Technology by Richard L Little. Raghuwanshi. and Continuous casting. Workshop Technology Vol. Principle of Metal Casting by Heine & Rosenthal. Parmar. Principle. process and applications of Die casting. Khanna Publications. Rolling. Suggested Readings: 1. Gating and risering system. equipment. Rao. . Advantages. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 8. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2.S. Khanna Publications 7. Metal Forming Processes by G. by B. Nagpal.ME-305 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY. Processes & Materials of Manufacture by R. UNIT VI Powder Metallurgy: Powder metallurgy process and operations. Centrifugal casting. Manufacturing Processes and Automation by R. UNIT IV Metal Forming: Mechanical behavior of metals in elastic and plastic deformation. Analysis of important metal forming processes like Forging. Parmar. Applications and Limitations of powder metallurgy. Welding defects their causes and remedies. Gas-cutting and arc cutting of metals. Electron Beam Welding (EBW) and Laser Beam Welding (LBW). Introduction to High Energy rate forming processes. Extrusion.A. Foundry mechanization and lay out. Tata McGraw Hills Publication 6. Prentice Hall Publication 5. and applications of Submerged Arc Welding (SAW). Sand testing. Melting of metal for casting. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).l (4 CREDITS) UNIT I Casting: Properties of moulding sand. Sheet metal forming processes. Yield criteria.S. UNIT III Ultrasonic Welding. Welding Processes and Technology by R. Cleaning and Inspection of castings. UNIT II Welding: Principle. Casting defects their causes and remedies. stress-strain relationships. Lindberg.R. Concept of flow stress by true stress-strain curves UNIT V Hot Forming and Cold Forming. Dhanpat Rai Publications 4.

Industrial Training (Duration four weeks in winter vacation at the end of V semester) (2 CREDITS) .309 MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY-1 LAB (2 CREDITS) ME-319 MINOR PROJECT .ME-306 I C ENGINES LAB/FLUID SYSTEMS LAB (2 CREDITS) ME-307DYNAMICS OF MACHINES LAB (2 CREDITS) ME 308 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS LAB (2 CREDITS) ME.