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DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.Tech. – Manufacturing Technology
FULL TIME PROGRAMME Regulation 2013
(For candidates admitted to M.Tech Manufacturing Technology programme from June 2013 onwards)
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
M.Tech., Manufacturing Technology -FULL TIME PROGRAMME
CURRICULUM - REGULATIONS - 2013
Course Code 13248S11E 13254H12 13254H13 13254H14 13254H15 13254E16 (A To C ) 13254L17 Hours / Per Week L T P C 3 3 4 4 4 4 1 1 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 27 Duration of Exam 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs.
Title of Paper Advanced Engineering Mathematics Theory of Metal Cutting Advanced Manufacturing Processes Mechanical Metallurgy Automated Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems Elective - I CIM Lab TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS
IA 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
UE Total 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
Course Code 13254H21 13254H22 13254H23 13254E24 (A to C) 13254E25 (A to C) 13254L26 132TECWR Title of Paper Production Management MEMS and Nano Technology Manufacturing Metrology and Quality Control Elective - II Elective - III Automation Lab Technical Writing/Seminar TOTAL NO. OF CREDITS
Hours / Per Week L T P C 3 1 4 4 4 3 4 4 1 3 3 4 4 4 3 3 26
Duration of Exam 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. Viva Voce
IA 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
UE Total 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
V Elective . 3 Hrs.Manufacturing Technology Semester III Course Code 13254H31 13254E32 (A to C) 13254E33 (A to B) 13254E34 (A to B) 13254P35 Title of Paper Metal Forming Process Elective . OF CREDITS Hours / Per Week L T P C 4 4 4 4 4 6 4 4 4 6 22 Duration of Exam 3 Hrs.Elective .VI Project Work Phase I TOTAL NO. IA 40 40 40 UE Total 60 60 60 100 100 100 List of Electives .Elective . 3 Hrs.12 2 12 Report 120 IA 120 UE Total 36 0 600 List of Electives . 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs.IV Elective . Viva Voce IA 40 40 40 40 40 UE Total 60 60 60 60 60 100 100 100 100 100 Semester IV Course Code 13254P41 Title of Paper Project Work Phase II TOTAL NO. 3 Hrs. OF CREDITS Hours / Per Week L T P C 1 .II Page 4 .I Course Code 13254E16A 13254E16B 13254E16C Title of Paper L Materials Management and Logistics Financial Management Manufacturing Information Systems 4 4 4 Hours / Per Week T P C 4 4 4 Duration of Exam 3 Hrs.
3 Hrs.III Course Code 13254E25A 13254E25B 13254E25C Title of Paper Advanced Metrology and Computer Aided Inspection Maintenance Management Optimization Techniques L 4 4 3 T 1 P C 4 4 4 Duration of Exam 3 Hrs.Elective . IA 40 40 40 UE Total 60 60 60 100 100 100 List of Electives .IV Manufacturing Systems and 13254E32A Simulation 13254E32B 13254E32C Instrumentation and Control Engineering Artificial Intelligence and Neural Networks 4 4 3 1 - 4 4 4 3 Hrs.Elective . 3 Hrs.Elective .Manufacturing Technology Course Code 13254E24A 13254E24B 13254E24C Title of Paper L Finite Element Application in Manufacturing Lean Manufacturing Design and Analysis of Experiments 3 4 3 Hours / Per Week T 1 1 P C 4 4 4 Duration of Exam 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. IA 40 40 40 UE Total 60 60 60 100 100 100 List of Electives . 3 Hrs. 40 40 40 60 60 60 100 100 100 List of Electives . 3 Hrs.V Course Title of Paper Page 5 Hours / Per Duration IA UE Total .
Manufacturing Technology Week Code 13254E33A Product Design and Development 13254E33B Fluid Power Automation L 4 4 T P C 4 4 of Exam 3 Hrs. 3 Hrs. 40 40 60 60 100 100 Total No of Credits . 40 40 60 60 100 100 List of Electives ..VI 13254E34A Advanced Material Technology 13254E34B Industrial Ergonomics 4 4 - - 4 4 3 Hrs. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY – Page 6 . 3 Hrs.TECH.Elective .87 PRIST UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING M.
& Kappor.S. V. to analyse the tool failure. Goodness of fit and test of independence. Gupta.I. and thermodynamics involved in metal cutting and evaluation of tool materials.N. normal exponential and weibull distributions – Applications – Baye’s theorem. MC Graw Hill. Standard deviation – Test based on chi-square. Sankar Rao. poisson. Introduction to partial differential equations. TESTING OF HYPOTHESIS Testing of Hypothesis – Parametric test – Small samples – Test related proportion. Page 7 .2013 I ...K. 2.K. Sultan Chand & Sons.THEORY OF METAL CUTTING 3104 OBJECTIVE: To know about the mechanics of chip formation. Elements of partial differential equations. Means.SEMESTER 13248S11E . Reprint 1999. 1996 3. Engineering Statistics.ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 3 1 0 4 LAPLACE TRANSFORM: Laplace transform methods for one-dimensional wave equation – Displacement in a long string – longitudinal vibration of an elastic bar – Laplace equation – properties of harmonic functions. Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. New Delhi – 1995. THEORY OF ESTIMATION Principles of least squares – Multiple and partial correlation and regression – Estimation of parameters – Method of moments.C. Sneddon. Bowher and LIberman 4.Manufacturing Technology FULL TIME PROGRAMME SYLLABI-REGULATIONS. Pnentile Hall of India. PROBABILITY OF DISTRIBUTION Probability – definition and introduction – random variable – probability density functions – study of standard distributions: Binomial. 13254H12 . FOURIER TRANSFORM Fourier transforms methods for one – dimensional heat conduction problems in infinite and semi infinite rod – Fourier transform methods for Laplace equation.
University Press.C.I BH Publications. “Principle of Metal Cutting”. Shaw . 3.Manufacturing Technology UNIT. “Fundamentals of Metal cutting and Machine tools”.A. 1995.H.M. 2. Bhattacharya. 5. UNIT-V: Chatter: Chatter . Prentice Hall.1969 13254H13 ADVANCED MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 004 AIM: Page 8 4 . UNIT-IV: Thermal Analysis in Metal Cutting: Thermodynamics of orthogonal cutting – analysis of temperature at shear plane and tool face – experimental methods for temperature measurement.continuous continuous with BUE – Chip Formation in drilling and Milling – effect of cutting variables of chip reduction coefficient.G.A and Brown R. 4. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Central book publications.HSS – carbides –PCD and CBN.Tools materials – requirements – alloy tools . Kuppusamy . “The Machining of Metals”.1996. New Age International.L. “Metal Cutting Theory and Practice”. Juneja .B.1992. Armarego E.Importance of Chatter in machining – types of chatter – avoidance of chatter. “Metal Cutting Principles”. UNIT-III : Tool Life and Machinability: Tool Failure:Mode of Plastic failure – Measurement of tool wear – tool life tests – tool life equation for variable theories – variables affecting tool life – machinability – machinability index – problems.properties and application.I: Orthogonal Cutting: Orthogonal Cutting – Theories of merchant – Lee and Shaffer – Merchant’s circle diagram – shear angle relationship – chip velocity – force – velocity relationships UNIT-II: Chip Formation: Mechanism of chip formation – Types of Chips – discontinuous.J.
Electric discharge machining – construction – principle – types – control .F. UNIT I NEWER MACHINING PROCESSES . 1997.Hardner – 2002 3.manufacturing process engg material – 2003 2. Jaeger R. merits. 1988. Fundamentals of Microfabrication. Introduction to microelectronic fabrication Addison Wesley.ultrasonic machining – chemical machining – electro chemical machining – construction working principle – steps .. Brahem T.circuits – tool design – merits. 4. demerits and applications . 13254H14 MECHANICAL METALLURGY Page 9 4004 . Surface Mount Technology. CRC Press.C.I 9 (Non thermal energy) – Abrasive machining – water jet machining .diffusion – ion implantation – etching – metallization – bonding – surface and bulk machining – LIGA Process – Solid free form fabrication. More Madon. UNIT IV FABRICATION OF MICRO DEVICES 9 Semiconductors – films and film depurification – Oxidation . Pandey P.Julian W.Manufacturing Technology To expose the students in the art of manufacturing new products due to the development of new materials and processes. Standard Publishing Co. merits. UNIT II NEWER MACHINING PROCESS – II 9 Wire cut EDM . UNIT V MICROFABRICATION TECHNOLOGY 9 Wafer preparation – monolithic processing – moulding – PCB board hybrid & mcm technology – programmable devices & ASIC – electronic material and processing. Serope kelpekijian & stevan r.S. UNIT III NEWER MACHINING PROCESS – III 9 Laser beam machining – Electron beam machining – Plasma arc machining – Ion beam machining – construction working principle types – process parameter – derivations – problems. schmid. demerits and applications.types – process parameters – derivations – problems. Nario Taniguchi – Nano technology – Oxford University Press 1996. OBJECTIVE: • To inform the students about the various alternative manufacturing processes available. • To develop an altitude to look for the unconventional manufacturing process to machine • To make them to understand and appreciate the latest manufacturing process for micro fabrication and devices. Advanced machining I.– steriolithography SAW devices.Electro chemical machining – ECG . Micro senors Mems & smart devices. 6. The students will totally get a feel of the relevant suitable process while evaluating and deciding. demerits & applications. 1980 7.C. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1.. 5. Smith. UK 1989. & Shan HS Modern Machining Processes.
H. Vickers hardness.A. Gerbar diagram-Cyclic stress curve-Low cycle fatigue. To know about the fracture of metals and various test procedures. Vol.. temperature. ASM. 13254H15 AUTOMATED COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 4 0 0 4 AIM: To stress the role of computers in production. “Mechanical Testing”. stress concentration.strain hardening-strain aging-Yield point phenomena-Solid solution strengthening-Martensite strengthening-Grain refinement . Drop weight test. Metals Hand Book. “Mechanical Metallurgy”. Meyers and K. micro structure and temperature. yield strength ductility. 9th Ed. specimen size. true necking strain-necking factor-effect of strain rate. Goodman diagram.Chawla.Environment sensitive fracture: Hydrogen Embrittlement and Corrosion Cracking UNIT-V: Creep: Creep: Creep Curve – Stress rupture test. Toughness measurements: Charpy.Creep deformationDeformation Mechanisms Maps – Activation Energy for Steady state creep – Fracture at higher temperatures. Hertzberg R. Izod and instrumented Charpy-TTT curves: Significance. PHI. Soderberg diagram. Young’s modulus. true fracture strain. Thomas Countney. 2nd Ed. “Mechanical Behaviour of Materials”. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. S-N curves. NewYork. 4. 3.Manufacturing Technology OBJECTIVE: To study about the behaviour of Metals during the loading conditions related to distribution of Stress and Strain.test of flow properties-Notch tensile testtensile properties of steel-strengthening theory. surface roughness. 2ne Ed.. Hardness measurement methods-Brinell hardness.Strain life equation-Fatique mechanism-High cycle fatigue-Effect of folloeing parameters on fatigue: Mean stress . UNIT-I: Tensile Study: Study of Engineering stress-strain curve: Derivation of tensile strength . “Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials”. 2..Relationship between hardness and the flow curve-Hardness at higher temperatures-Toughness –introduction. M. 1988. Dieter. 1983. Rockwell hardness and Micro hardness. Fatique crack propagation. 2000. Meyer hardness. resilience and toughness from stress strain curves. George E.W. true uniform strain. metallurgical factors affecting the curves.McGraw Hill. OBJECTIVE: Page 10 . “Mechanical Metallurgy”. 5. UNIT-IV: Fracture Behaviour: Fracture – Introduction –Types – Ductile and Brittle Cohesive Strength of Metals.. John Wiley & Sons.Structural changes during creep. study of stress-strain curves for different materials-true stress-strain curve: true stress at ultimate load. 8. explosion crack starter test.Griffith TheoryMetallographic Examination of Fracture – Fractography – Notch Effect – Concept of Fracture curve – Fracture under combined stresses.. residual stress. UNIT-III: Fatigue: Fatigue study: Introduction: Different stress cycles. Mc Graw Hill. UNIT-II: Hardness and Toughness: Hardness and Toughness: Hardness introduction.
CAM. UNIT IV PROCESS PLANNING 10 Process planning – Activities in process planning. Typical process sheet – case studies in Manual process planning. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Introduction to CAD. Storage system performance – storage location strategies – Conventional storage methods and equipments – Automated storage/Retrieval system and Carousel storage system Deadlocks in Automated manufacturing systems – Petrinet models – Applications in Dead lock avoidance. UNIT II AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS 10 Automated production line – system configurations. Computer process control – Computer process interface – Interface hardware – Computer process monitoring – Direct digital control and Supervisory computer control.Manufacturing Technology To teach the role of computers in processing the information knowing across the various Stages and various departments in a manufacturing concern. FMS – Components – workstations – FMS layout configurations – Computer control systems – FMS planning and implementation issues – Architecture of FMS – flow chart showing various operations in FMS – Machine cell design – Composite part concept. Holier method. Computer Aided Process Planning – Process planning module and data base – Variant process planning – Two stages in VPP – Generative process planning – Flow chart showing various activities in generative PP – Semi generative process planning. work part transfer mechanisms – Fundamentals of Automated assembly system – System configuration.Evolution of CIM – CIM wheel and cycle – Production concepts and mathematical models – Simple problems in production models – CIM hardware and software – Major elements of CIM system – Three step process for implementation of CIM – Computers in CIM – Computer networks for manufacturing – The future automated factory – Management of CIM – Impact of CIM on personnel – CIM status. CAD/CAM and CIM . Part delivery at workstations – Design for automated assembly – Overview of material handling equipments – Consideration in material handling system design – The 10 principles of Material handling. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: Page 11 . Automated Guided Vehicle system – Types of vehicles and AGVs applications – Vehicle guidance technology – Vehicle management and safety. Key machine concept – Quantitative analysis of FMS – Bottleneck model – Simple and complicated problems – Extended Bottleneck model . From design to process planning – classification of manufacturing processes – Selection of primary manufacturing processes – selecting among casting process. Sequencing of operations according to Anteriorities – various examples – forming of Matrix of Anteriorities – case study.sizing the FMS. Conveyor systems – Types of conveyors – Operations and features. UNIT V TYPES OF PROCESS CONTROL AND AUTOMATIC DATA CAPTURE 9 Introduction to process model formulation – linear feedback control systems – Optimal control – Adaptive control –Sequence control and PLC. Overviews of Automatic identification methods – Bar code technology – Other Automatic data capture technologies. UNIT III GROUP TECHNOLOGY AND FMS 10 Part families – Visual – Parts classification and coding – Production flow analysis – Grouping of parts and Machines by rank order clustering method – Benefits of GT – Case studies. forming process and machining process. Benefits. Information’s required. FMS applications.
3. Strain gauge. “Automation. Viswanathan. Bearing 2. Torque.V. 5. LVDT. Ltd. 2008.Kraebber.Groover. Ltd. 0033 SEMESTER II Page 12 . OBJECTIVES: To teach the students about the drafting of 3D components and analyzing the same using various CAD/CAM software’s. Fixtures and Die assemblies. James A. CAD LABORATORY 2D modeling and 3D modeling of components such as 1. Temperature & Optical Transducers. Production system and Computer integrated Manufacturing”. Taper turning. 2008.N. Asia. Radhakrishnan.S. Subramanian. Mini project on any one of the CIM elements is to be done. “CAD/CAM/CIM” New Age International Publishers.Y. Gears 4.P. Ltd.Manufacturing Technology 1.. the students has to submit a mini report and present his work before a Committee. Study of Sensors. Alavudeen and Venkateshwaran.. New Delhi. 13254L17 CIM LAB AIM: To impart the knowledge on training the students in the area of CAD/CAM. Grooving & canned cycle 2.. Herry W. “Performance Modeling and Automated Manufacturing Systems”. 4. Load cell.. and Raju.. PHI Learning Pvt. “Computer Integrated Manufacturing”. “Computer Integrated Manufacturing”. 2000.. Sheet metal components 5. At the end of the semester. PLC. 3. Jigs. Angular potentiometer. Pearson Education. Threading. CAM LABORATORY 1. 4. 2. 2000. Exercise on CNC Milling Machine: Profile Milling. Exercise on CNC Lathe: Plain Turning. Scaling & canned cycle.. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. 2001. Mirroring.. Step turning. Mikell P. and Narahari. TOTAL: 30 PERIODS. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Retrg. Couplings 3. Transducers & PLC: Hall-effect sensor. Pressure sensors. This can be either a software or hardware simulating a CIM element.
trial and error. silver-meal approach.R. 1988.P.1987.multi product assignment problem . Production Planning And Inventory Billington. 3.the concept of a model .J. Operation Management Theory And Problems. 2nd Edition.job shop scheduling: sequencing of n job s thorough 1 machine . 1999.B.and Page 13 .8 th Edition. objective functions for scheduling .P.D. Aquiliano. PHI.W.Manufacturing Technology 13254H21 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 3104 OBJECTIVE: To gain knowledge in operation management principles and the related quantitative approaches. UNIT-III: Inventory Management Systems and Models 10 EOQ. Pannerselvam. least total cost approach. McGraw HILL.graphical method. 2. EPQ model single period inventory model .R.R. Production Operation Management:Theory And Problems. Hungarian method.notation and definitions . bill of materials.index method.1990.J. S. Narashimhan.priority rules. Production Operation Management.. kanban. supply chain management.model building . UNIT-IV: MRP & JIT: 10 Materials requirement planning (MRP) . REFERENCE BOOKS: 1.N.criteria. EOQ approach. TMH. UNIT-I : Manufacturing System: 8 The concept of system ... Forecasting: qualitative and quantitative methods . TMH.Johnsons rule. n jobs through 3. Mcleavy.moving averages.inventory models allowing price breaks. period order quantity approach.master production schedule. 2 jobs on m machine . PHI.concepts of linear decision rule.Q and S-s system . transportation method.1997 Control. UNIT-V: Scheduling: 10 Scheduling and assignment problems .lot-for-lot technique.graphical and charting methods. m machines .selective inventory control techniques. TEXT BOOKS: 1.G. New delhi.N. Chary:S.decision making approaches. lot sizing . model (without and with shortages)... Production operation management. MRP concepts..inventory control systems . JIT purchasing. Monks.J and Jacobs.R..types of manufacturing system. Principles of JIT production pull and push system. UNIT-II : Aggregate Planning : 7 Methods of aggregate planning.L.model classification . 2. least unit cost approach. CDS algorithm.single and multiple regression models. chase.
Silicon Compounds silicon piezo resistors. UNIT III MICRO DEVICES AND MATERIALS 8 Sensors – classification – signal conversion ideal characterization of sensors micro actuators. optical and electronic properties – effect of nanoscale dimensions on biological systems. New York. London. 2002. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. electron microscopy scanning electron microscopy. FABRICATION PROCESSES AND MICRO SYSTEM PACKAGING 10 Substrates and wafers. Nano Technology. Magnetic and thermal properties – Nano positioning systems. Galium arsenide. Page 14 . OBJECTIVES: • To expose the students to the evolution of micro electromechanical systems. in implantation. sputtering . MEMS and Microsystems Design and Manufacture. mechanical sensors – measurands displacement sensors. Mark Madou Fundamentals of Microfabrication. Norio Taniguchi. Tai – Ran Hsu. working principle and applications of micro system. mechanical. 3D surface analysis – Mechanical. light sources. CRC Press. CRC Press. atomic force microscopy. polymers for MEMS. to the various fabrication techniques and to make students to be award of micro actuators. • Also to impart knowledge to the students about nano materials and various nano measurements techniques. micro fluidics. Photolithography. diffraction techniques – spectroscopy techniques – Raman spectroscopy. Mohamed Gad-el-Hak. transmission electron microscopy. UNIT IV SCIENCE OF NANO MATERIALS 10 Classification of nano structures – effect of the nanometer length scale effects of nano scale dimensions on various properties – structural. Fabrication methods – Top down processes – bottom up process. pressure and flow sensors. microelectronics. silicon diode. transmission electron microscopy. 3. chemical vapour deposition. New York. photo resist applications. Oxford University Press. diffusion process exudation – thermal oxidation. thermal. 1997.13254H22 TECHNOLOGY AIM: 4004 Manufacturing Technology MEMS AND NANO To inspire the students to expect to the trends in manufacturing micro components and measuring systems to nano scale. mechanical properties of Si.deposition by epitoxy – etching – bulk and surface machining – LIGA process Micro system packaging – considerations packaging – levels of micro system packaging die level. magnetic. New Delhi. silicon as substrate material. UNIT V CHARACTERIZATION OF NANO MATERIALS 11 Nano-processing systems – Nano measuring systems – characterization – analytical imaging techniques – microscopy techniques. scanning tunneling microscopy. New York. quartz. 2. micro actuators – smart materials – applications. Tata-McGraw Hill. UNIT I OVER VIEW OF MEMS AND MICROSYSTEMS 6 Definition – historical development – fundamentals – properties. conductive polymers. UNIT II MATERIALS. device level and system level. design and fabrication micro-system. chemical. 2003 4. The MEMS Hand book.
Engineering Metrology. Introduction to Nano technology. 2004. New Delhi 3. UNIT – III CO-ORDINATE MEASURING MACHINE 10 Co-ordinate metrology – CMM configurations – hardware components – software – Probe sensors – displacement devices – Performance Evaluations – Software – Hardware – Dynamic errors – Thermal effects diagram – temperature variations environment control – applications. Bosch. Page 15 3104 . UNIT – II PRECISION INSTRUMENTS BASED ON LASER 9 Laser telemetric systems – detection of microscopic imperfections on high quality surface Pitter NPL gauge interferometer – classification of optical scanning systems – high inertia laser scan technique – rotating mirror technique – laser gauging – bar coding – laser dimensional measurement system.B and Sunder Selwyn. UNIT – IV OPTO ELECTRONICS AND VISION SYSTEM 9 Opto electronic devices – CCD – On-line and in-process monitoring in production – applications image analysis and computer vision – Image analysis techniques – spatical feature – Image extraction – segmentation – digital image processing – Vision system for measurement – Comparison laser scanning with vision system. Zuech. 2003 6. John A. Chennai. Also to make the students to understand quality UNIT – I LASER METROLOGY 8 Introduction – types of lasers – laser in engineering metrology – metrological laser methods for applications in machine systems – Interferometry applications – speckle interferometry – laser interferometers in manufacturing and machine tool alignment testing – calibration systems for industrial robots laser Doppler technique – laser Doppler anemometry. Elanchezhian.M.Manufacturing Technology 5. Principles and Applications. Juran J. Hardner Micro Sensors.. Inc. Vijaya Ramnath. Eswar Press. 2000 4. John Wiley and Sons. Also to stress upon the Importance of quality in manufacturing. Coordinate measuring machines and Optoelectronics devices. Julian W. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS REFERENCES: 1.. Charles P Poole. OBJECTIVES: To impart through knowledge in various latest measurement systems such as laser metrology. Tata-McGraw Hill. coordinate measuring machines and electro-optical devices. the importance of measurement and the various latest measuring techniques using Laser. UNIT – V QUALITY IN MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING 9 Importance of manufacturing planning for quality – concepts of controllability – need for quality management system and models – quality engineering tools and techniques – statistical process control – six sigma concepts – Poka Yoke – Computer controlled systems used in inspection. CRC Press 1993.C. Inc. Marcel Dekker. Co-ordinate Measuring Machines and Systems. Quality Planning and Analysis. 1999. Nello Understanding and Applying Machine Vision. and Gyna F. 13254H23 MANUFACTURING METROLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL AIM: To expose the students. Giddings and Lewis Dayton.M. T. Marcel Dekker. Frank J Owens. 2.
12. 13. Simulation of electro pneumatic circuits 4. Simulation of electro hydraulic circuits 5. etc. encoders. 11. Simulation of Hydraulic circuits 3. Simulation of PLC circuits 6. compilation and inferences etc. The report shall contain some contribution by the candidate in the form of experimental results. The Guide based on the quality of work and preparation and understanding of the candidate shall do an assessment of the seminar. Exercises on Vibration measurements 9. deductions. OBJECTIVE: • To make the students to learn the basic concepts of hydraulics and pneumatics and its applications in the area of manufacturing process. Exercises on fiber optics transducers. The report typed on A4 sized sheets and bound in the necessary format should be submitted after approved by the guide and endorsement of the Head of Department.Manufacturing Technology 13254L26 AUTOMATION LAB AIM: To impart knowledge in the area of hydraulic and pneumatic components and its functions. EXPERIMENTS: 1. Exercises on linear and angular measurements 7. Exercises on Motion controller using servo motors. Page 16 . TOTAL : 30 PERIODS 0033 132TECWR Technical Writing/Seminar: 0 0 3 3 Seminar should be based on the literature survey on any topic relevant to CAD/CAM/CAE. Software simulation of fluid power circuits using Automation studio. • To simulate the various hydraulics and pneumatics circuits. Exercises on stepper motor. • The student has to deliver a seminar talk in front of the teachers of the department and his classmates. Exercises on speed measurements 8. • Each student has to prepare a write-up of about 25 pages. Simulation of single and double acting cylinder circuits 2. It may be leading to selection of a suitable topic of dissertation. 10. Exercises on microprocessor based data acquisition system.
rod drawing and extrusion processes -Determination of load by stress evaluation method-Determination of drawing load – strip drawing with wedge shaped dies and cylindrical rod drawing with a conical die.process variablesApplications UNIT-V: Advanced Forming process: 9 Explosive Forming – Explosives – characteristics.Manufacturing Technology SEMESTER III 13254H31 METAL FORMING PROCESS 4004 OBJECTIVE: To study about the response of materials under plastic deformation and the various techniques for finding the stress for various metal working processes.Procedure .flow curve.true and true strain yield criteria for ductile loads combined stress test-plastic stress and strain relations. pneumatic-mechanical.Levy Mises equations-Prandyl_Resus equations.Electro hydraulic Page 17 .Electro magnetic forming –Introduction. UNIT-III: Stress Evaluation: 9 Stress evaluation method-Determination of forging load-plane strain forging of a thin strip and a flat circular disc.rolling.Hydrostatic and stress deviator component of stress.applications. and the recent developments in high speed forming.process variables – properties of formed components. UNIT-I: Stress and Strain: 8 Stress-State of stress in two dimensions – three dimensions – stress tensor-Mohr’s circles – 2D and 3D state of stress – Description of strain at a point – Mohr’s circle of strain.Plasticity.stand off and contact operations. high velocity forging – Fuel combustion process.upper bound analysis – plane strain indentation with frictionless interface UNIT-IV: High velocity Forming: 9 Study of effect of high speed on stress strain relationships.Determination of extrusion load for round band flat strip.High velocity forming equipmentDescription of high speed forming machine – hot forging.stress waves and their effects. UNIT-II: Analysis of Metal Forming: 10 Work Load analysis – work formula for homogeneous deformation.
“Mechanical Metallurgy”. Mc Graw Hill International Edition. Edward Arnold publications. “An Introduction to the Principles of Metal Working”.water hammer formingprinciples and parameters. George E. New York. “Developments in High Metal Forming”. requirements and characteristics – process variables.governing the process.Dieter. Page 18 . UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 Introduction to materials management – Objectives – Functions – Operating Cycle – Value analysis – Make or buy decisions. Rowe G.R and Austin. The Machinery Publishing Co.W. “Fundamentals of Metal Forming”.Edward .Wagoner and Jean Loup Chenot. 3. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1.Elective I 13254E16A AIM: To introduce to the students the various functions of materials management and logistics OBJECTIVE: To make the students familiar with the various concepts and functions of material management.Ltd 4. New York. Davies.1992 List of Electives . UNIT III MANAGEMENT OF STORES AND LOGISTICS 12 Stores function – Location – Layout – Stock taking – Materials handling – Transportation – Insurance – Codification – Inventory pricing – stores management – safety – warehousing – Distribution linear programming – Traveling Salesman problems – Network analysis – Logistics Management. UNIT IV MATERIALS PLANNING 10 Forecasting – Materials requirements planning – Quantity – Periodic – Deterministic models – Finite production. UNIT II MANAGEMENT OF PURCHASE 7 MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND LOGISTICS 4004 Purchasing policies and procedures – Selection of sources of supply – Vendor development – Vendor evaluation and rating – Methods of purchasing – Imports – Buyer – Seller relationship – Negotiations. Robert H.Manufacturing Technology forming – principles.E. John Wiley and Sons Inc. so that the students will be in a position to manage the materials management department independently.R.1988 2.
Kesavan.labour costs .Depreciation methods.Basic records . UNIT – II COST ACCOUNTING 12 Elements of cost .material cost . UNIT – V PROFIT PLANNING AND ANALYSIS 7 Cost . 1996.cost of a product costing systems .payback period .S.Dobler.Preparation and interpretation of profit and loss statement balance sheet .P.Fixed assets . 2. Macmillan India Ltd. G. Production and Costing.present value method – accounting rate of return method . Handbook of Materials Management. and Manmohan. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. 2003.Current assets. 2.Manufacturing Technology UNIT V INVENTORY MANAGEMENT 10 ABC analysis – Aggregate planning – Lot size under constraints – Just in Time (JIT) system. Tata McGraw Hill. Lamer Lee and Donald W. UNIT – I FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 8 Accounting principles . 1996. 3.cost determination .R.Vijaya Ramnath.cost classification . TOTAL: 45 BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Anuratha Publications. 4.Management of accounts receivable .Volume profit relationship relevant costs in decision making profit management analysis Break even analysis.costing . C. Guptha P. Logistics and supply chain management – cases and concepts. OBJECTIVES: To train students in various functions of finance such as working capital management. Rangaraj. Dr. Presanna Chandra. 13254E16B MANAGEMENT AIM: 4004 FINANCIAL To introduce the concepts of financial and various functions of financial management so that the students will be able to handle higher level financial decisions. Purchasing and Material Management. Gopalakrishnan.process . Problems in Operations Research.Inventory valuation methods.Inventory .Internal rate of return method. Page 19 . N.overheads . Khanna Publishers..B. G.K. Prentice Hall of India. Reghuram. Text and cases.Cash . Financial Management.Estimation of working capital requirements . Production Planning and Control. Tata McGraw Hill.Allocation of overheads . 1993.Elanchezian and B. Narang. 2008. UNIT – III MANAGEMENT OF WORKING CAPITAL 10 Current assets . 2006. 1998. 5. UNIT – IV CAPITAL BUDGETING 8 Significance of capital budgeting . Chennai. current assets management so that students will be able to make high investment decisions when they take up senior managerial positions. Suttan Chand & Sons.
principles. New Delhi. designing. “Manufacturing Information Systems”. relational operations – functional dependence – Normalization types – Query. Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis Anuratha Publications. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 5 The Evolution of order policies. R Kesavan.Relational Data model concepts. 1988. 13254E16C MANUFACTURING INFORMATION SYSTEMS 4 0 0 4 AIM: To impart the knowledge in manufacturing information system. UNIT II DATABASE 7 Terminologies – Entities and attributes – Data models. schema and subschema Data Independence – ER Diagram – Trends in database. Laxmi Publications.Manufacturing Technology 3. Elanchezian. manufacturing considerations and information system for manufacturing. Chennai. R. B. UNIT V INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR MANUFACTURING Parts oriented production information system – Computerized production scheduling. data base terminologies. online production based production management system. Operations control.Elanchezian. UNIT III DESIGNING DATABASE 13 Hierarchical model – Network approach. the role of Production organization. C. Input/output analysis module the stock status database – the complete IOM database. inventory and process flow – Shop floor control Data structure and procedure – various model – the order scheduling module. 2005. Kesavan. UNIT IV MANUFACTURING CONSIDERATION 10 The product and its structure. keys.Vijaramnath. C. OBJECTIVE: On completion of this course. computerized system – case study. Luca G. the students are expected to be conversant with order policies. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company. from MRP to MRP II. Engineering Economics and Financial Accounting. Page 20 10 concepts and structure – control systems. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1.Sartori. 4. Computer manufacturing information . Sundar Selwyn.
”An Introduction to Database Systems” Addison Wesley. 5. Kerr. Manufacturing Information & Data Systems Analysis. plane strain and axisymmetric analysis. List of Electives .Elective II 13254E24A FINITE ELEMENT APPLICATIONS IN MANUFACTURING AIM: To impart knowledge in the area of finite element methods and its application in manufacturing.R.. UNIT III SHAPE FUNCTIONS AND HIGHER ORDER FORMULATIONS 10 Shape functions for one and two dimensional elements.G. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 6 3 10 4 Fundamentals – Initial.1991. 8th Edn. 4. UNIT V ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES Page 21 10 . OBJECTIVE: To study the fundamentals of one dimensional and two dimensional problems using FEA in manufacturing..Manufacturing Technology 2.2003 3. mesh generation.. boundary and eigen value problems – weighted residual. UNIT IV COMPUTER IMPLEMENTATION 9 Pre Processing. derivation of elements characteristic matrix.C. Date. Design & Practice.J. shape function. boundary conditions. input of material and processing characteristics – Solution and post processing – Overview of application packages – Development of code for one dimensional analysis and validation. Addison-Wesley. assembly and imposition of boundary conditions-solution and post processing – One dimensional analysis in solid mechanics and heat transfer. Galerkin and Raleigh Ritz methods . “Knowledge based Manufacturing Management”. elements connecting. UNIT II ONE DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS 10 Steps in FEM – Discretization. “Material Requirements Planning”.Integration by parts – Basics of variational formulation – Polynomial and Nodal approximation. Orlicky. McGraw-Hill. Interpolation.CECELJA FRANJO. 2002. plane stress.Three noded triangular and four nodded quadrilateral element Global and natural co-ordinates—Non linear analysis – Isoparametric elements – Jacobian matrices and transformations – Basics of two dimensional. 1994.
Procedure and principles.Manufacturing Technology FE analysis of metal casting – special considerations.Morgan. Implementation. Thomas. variability reduction.. K. latent heat incorporation. The Finite Element Method in Heat Transfer Analysis. chip separation criteria. JIT – Principles of JIT and Implementation of Kanban. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. TQM – Principles and implementation. OBJECTIVES: • To study the various tools for lean manufacturing (LM).N. 1994. TPM 9 Cellular Manufacturing – Types of Layout. UNIT – V CASE STUDIES Various case studies of implementation of lean manufacturing at industries. 1989. J. statistical considerations. Pergammon press. UNIT – III SET UP TIME REDUCTION. TQM.N. John Wiley. incorporation of strain rate dependency – FE analysis of welding. gap element – Time stepping procedures – Crank – Nicholson algorithm – Prediction of grain structure – Basic concepts of plasticity and fracture – Solid and flow formulation – small incremental deformation formulation – Fracture criteria – FE analysis of metal cutting.1985. philosophies and reduction approaches.S.W. 2. UNIT – IV SIX SIGMA 9 Six Sigma – Definition. Page 22 10 . • To apply the above tools to implement LM system in an organization. UNIT – II CELLULAR MANUFACTURING. H. 13254E24B AIM: LEAN MANUFACTURING 4004 To introduce the concepts of lean manufacturing system. Principles of Cell layout. K. Reddy.Value stream mapping . 3. 5S. 5S Principles and implementation . Lewis R.R. Finite Element method in engineering. and Seetharaman. McGraw Hill. TPM – Pillars of TPM. design of experiments – Six Sigma implementation. An Introduction to the Finite Element Method. Principles and implementation of TPM. S. Rao. VSM 10 Set up time reduction – Definition. JIT. UNIT – I INTRODUCTION TO LEAN MANUFACTURING 7 Conventional Manufacturing versus Lean Manufacturing – Principles of Lean Manufacturing – Basic elements of lean manufacturing – Introduction to LM Tools.
MA. 4. categories. Ethical.Selection of Sample. Process of Simulation. Format of Report Writing. Applications of Experimental Design. Laboratory Experiments. Kothari. Data consideration and Testing of Models (b) Heuristics and Simulation – Definition. Appa Iyer & Mathirajan M. Goldberg. Steps in Design of Experiments. Meta-Heuristics. John Wiley & Sons) 3.Manufacturing Technology TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Factorial Experimental Design. Methods & Techniques (New Delhi. Errors in Experiments. Fitting response Curves and Surfaces. Steps and Features of Simulation Experiments and their Validation. Two factor Factorial Design. K. Phillip J. Applications and Classification of Simulation Models. Hypothesis Testing – Parametric. Page 23 DESIGN AND . EXPERIMENTATION 8 Objective. (2004) – Research Methodology. Training. Ronald G. 1999 ‘Learning to See: Value Stream Mapping to Add Value and Eliminate Muda’ . 2/e. Research Problem Solving – Types. Scientific Enquiry. C. Stages in Model building. Douglas C.N. 3. Measurement and measurement techniques . Basic Principles – Replication. Askin & Jeffrey B. 5. Group Problem Solving Techniques for Idea Generation – Brain storming and Delphi Method. Creative problem solving process. RESEARCH DESIGN 10 Meaning. Models as Approximations. Research Proposals – Types. Ross. Brookline. Scientific Method. John Wiley & Sons. Methods & Techniques. Literature Survey and Review. sponsoring agent’s requirements. Hypothesis. INTRODUCTION7 Defining Research. (New York. Taguchi Approach to Parameter Design. Development of Creativity. Methods of manipulating Variables. Types of Research. New Age International Ltd. PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND ANALYSIS 10 Factorial Design principles. Research Process and steps in it. Sivakumar.K. (New York. 4. 5/e. 2/e. (New Delhi.. General Factorial Design. Guidelines for designing experiments. Publishers) 4. Strategies. 13254E24C ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS 3 1 0 4 1. and Shook J. 2003 2. (2006) -Management Research Methodology: Integration of Principles. Groover (2002) ‘Automation. Concepts related to it. Soft System and Creative. Format of Publication in Research Journals REFERENCES FOR BOOKS: 1. Design and Analysis of Lean Production Systems. Selection of Methods of Analysis. Krishnaswamy. contents.. Principles of Modeling. Mikell P. Production Systems and CIM. Development of Models. Robust Design. Use of Analogy. Need. Cooperation and Legal aspects. Rother M. Research Design Process – Selection of type of research. Principles of Thesis Writing. Blocking. Errors in Research. Simulation – Meaning. RESEARCH MODELING 10 Mathematical – Classification of Models. Pearson Education) 2. Report Writing: Pre-writing Considerations. (1996) – Taguchi Techniques for Quality Engineering. Analysis of Variance and Co-variance. 2. Heuristic Methods and approaches. Process and Approaches – Logical. Dimensions and issues of Research Design. Selection of Data Collection Procedures. Montgomery. Applications and reasons for using Heuristics. (2004) – Design & Analysis of Experiments. Randomization and Blocking. Lean Enterprise Institute.
UNIT III INTERFEROMETRY 8 Interferometry – Introduction. OBJECTIVES: • To teach the students basic concepts in various methods of engineering measurement techniques and applications. The student will be knowledgeable in various standards and proliferation of computerized and automated inspecting techniques along with the classical metrology.Comparison.. New Age International Ltd. UNIT IV COMPUTER AIDED AND LASER METROLOGY Page 24 10 . Rao S. understand the importance of measurement and inspection in manufacturing industries. 3D Surface Roughness Measurement – Instruments. (2004 ) – Engineering Optimization Theory & Practices. Profilometer. UNIT I GENERAL CONCEPTS OF MEASUREMENT 8 ADVANCED 4004 Definition – Standards of measurement – Errors in measurement – Interchangeability and Selective assembly – Accuracy and Precision – Calibration of instruments.Manufacturing Technology McGraw Hill) 5. UNITII MEASUREMENT OF SURFACE FINISH AND MEASURING MACHINES 9 Definitions – Types of Surface Texture: Surface Roughness Measurement Methods. S. Publishers) List of Electives . 3/e (New Delhi. Principles of light interference – Interferometers – Measurement and Calibration – Laser Interferometry.Elective III 13254E25A METROLOGY AND COMPUTER AIDED INSPECTION AIM: To give a thorough knowledge of measurement and instrumentation of increasing importance in industry. • Expose the students to various modern metrological instruments and the procedure used to operate these instruments.
Image enhancement. UNIT V: Maintenance Manpower Cost. “Image Processing. Image model. Centralized and decentralized maintenance organization structures. “Metrology for engineers”. Image Transforms. “Industrial Metrology”. I. Analysis. UNIT – IV: Condition Monitoring: 10 Condition Monitoring (CM) – Introduction. Human vision system.Corrective Maintenance-Total Productive Maintenance –Maintenance Schedule – Repair Cycle. R. 1990. 6. Dhanpat Rai and Sons. and Machine Vision”. GRAHAM T. 2002 4. “Engineering Metrology and Instrumentations”. and C. Cengage-Engineering.W.C. Springer. Non contact and in-process inspection.SMITH. 13254E25B MANAGEMENT 4004 MAINTENANCE OBJECTIVE: To understand the concepts of maintenance management and to have knowledge in developing a suitable maintenance system for any type of an organization. Maintenance Economics – reliability and Availability – MTBF. Computer imaging systems.. MTTR. 1996.SHOTBOLT. VACLAV HLAVAC and ROGER BOYLE. 2001. “ASTE Handbook of Industries Metrology”. Image Analysis. Vision system.Manufacturing Technology Tool Makers Microscope – Microhite – Co – Ordinate measuring machine – Applications – Laser Micrometer. histogram models. 5. 2007). Laser Scanning gauge. ELBS. 1992.N.GALYER F. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Prentice Hall of India Ltd. planning considerations for each type of activities. gray scale models. spares management. 2.RAJPUT.Predictive Maintenance –Preventive Maintenance. 3 edition (March 19. Preprocessing. Kataria & Sons Publishers. UNIT V IMAGE PROCESSING 10 Overview. UNIT I: Introduction to Maintenance Management: 7 Maintenance: Its role and scope in total Organizational contexts . GUPTA.K. G. “A Text Book of engineering metrology”. Performance Management: 10 Page 25 . UNIT III: Spare Parts Management: 8 Pareto’s principles for repetitive breakdown analysis.R. UNIT II: Maintenance Categories: 10 Maintenance system– Categories .role of Maintenance.Design and its selection – Breakdown Maintenance –Routine Maintenance.Economics of CM – On-load and off-load testing – Methods and instruments for CM – Temperature sensitive tapes – Pistol thermometers – wear-debris analysis. 3. MILAN SONKA.
INTRODUCTION TO OPTIMIZATION 3104 7 Formulation of an optimization problem. Rao. 1990. S. exhaustive search. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. C. . Dichotomous search.CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Optimization with equality and inequality constraints .C. McGraw Hill. 3. neural network & Fuzzy logic principles in optimization. TEXT BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Gopalakrishnan P. unvaried method. pattern search method.MINIMIZATION METHODS 8 One dimensional minimization methods: unimodal function – elimination methods: unrestricted search. “Industrial Maintenance Management”.Budget preparation and budgetary control of maintenance expenditures Maintenance effectiveness various performance indices . UNIT V . 2000. Maintenance Management. 2. Prentice-Hall of India. John & Sons.Direct methods – Indirect methods using penalty functions.. Armstrong. Higgirs L. Golden section methods.. 3. “Optimum design of mechanical elements”.Classification of optimization problem – optimization techniquesClassical optimization technique – Single variable optimization – Multi variable optimization algorithms UNIT II . 1997.separable programming and Geometric programming. Singaresu.Scheduling maintenance costs . Interpolation methods: Quadratic and cubic interpolation methods.Monitoring of Maintenance performance.APPLICATIONS OF HEURISTICS IN OPTIMIZATION 10 Heuristics-Introduction-Multi objective optimization: Genetic algorithms and Simulated Annealing techniques. 1995.UNCONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES 10 Multi variable unconstrained optimization techniques: Direct search methods: Random search method. steepest descent method and Conjugate gradient method. Kalyanamoy Deb. Chand & Co. New Delhi. ``Maintenance Engineering Handbook``. “Optimization for Engineering design algorithms and Examples”. 2. “Condition Monitoring”. 1988. UNIT III .Selection training .Manufacturing Technology Maintenance man power planning . 13254E25C OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES UNIT I .S. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. “Engineering Optimization – Theory & Practice”.1981.evaluation. Fibonacci methods.. UNIT IV . Wiley. BSIRSA. Johnson Ray.. uses and limitations . Srivastava S. Page 26 . New Age International (P) Limited. Lagrange multipliers .T and Morrow L..K. New Delhi. and Sundarajan 1996.
E. 1989. the Chi-Square test . New York. Barnen.simple.. D. “Genetic algorithms in search. UNIT III DESIGN OF SIMULATION EXPERIMENTS 10 Problem formulation – data collection and reduction – time flow mechanical – key variables . Goldberg.Elective IV 13254E32A MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS AND SIMULATION AIM: To introduce the various concepts of manufacturing system simulation. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 8 4004 Basic concepts of system – elements of manufacturing system .concept of simulation – simulation as a decision making tool – types of simulation – Monte-Carlo simulation . List of Electives .logic flow chart starting condition – run size – experimental design consideration – output analysis. UNIT II RANDOM NUMBERS 10 Probability and statistical concepts of simulation – Pseudo random numbers – methods of generating random numbers – discrete and continuous distribution – testing of random numbers – kolmogorovmirnov test. Addison-Wesley. random and simulated.Manufacturing Technology 4. interpretation and validation – application of simulation in engineering industry.sampling .system modeling – types of modeling – Limitations and Areas of application of simulation. • To make use of simulation languages for manufacturing systems. optimization and machine”. OBJECTIVES: • To model manufacturing systems of different kinds. Page 27 .
“Discrete event system simulation”.Carson.Grady Cox. Accelerometer etc. Resistance Thermometer.indicators. Classification of Instruments . Transfer. Thermocouples. Prentice Hall 1993. 3. Bourdon. Pressure measurement: Gravitational.E. General measurement system.John H. pressure cells. frequency. UNIT V CASE STUDIES 10 Development of simulation models using GPSS for queuing. Size.Piezo Electric transducers. elastic transducers.Vibrometer.Analysis of failure in machines-Distribution of fault occurrences-Objectives of monitoring-Monitoring techniques applied to Machineries. Shannon R. Advance. inventory. thermostats. Geoffrey Gordon “System simulation” – Prentice Hall of India. UNIT–II: Measuring Devices 10 Measurement of speed. Pyrometer. “Essentials of simulation” – Prentice hall 1989. Precision and Accuracy: Measurement Error and calibration.Study of GPSS (Basic blocks only) Generate.Written. 1995 5. strain gauge. Depart. Lonnie D. McGraw Hill International Editions. recorders and integrators.M. Galgotia publication. 13254E32B INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL ENGINEERING 4 0 0 4 UNIT–I: Introduction to Instrumentation: 8 Mechanical Instrumentation. Queue. Averill M.Fibre optic transducers.General concepts. 1991 6. and measurement of high and low pressure. Jeffrey L. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. “System simulation”. Jerry Banks and John S. Barice.. Page 28 .working principles. Bentley and V. “System analysis and Design Methods”. UNIT – III: Transducers: 8 Transducers – Introduction – Types -Variable resistance Transducers-Variable reactive transducers. Enter and Leave. production.Manufacturing Technology UNIT IV SIMULATION LANGUAGE 9 Comparison and selection of simulation languages . Ultrasonic flow meter. “Simulation Modeling and analysis”. Release. Temperature measurement: Bi-Metallic.David Kelton. 1992 4. acceleration . Magnetic flow meter . Prentice Hall 1991 2. maintenance and replacement systems – case studies.Laser instrumentation-analogue and digital type -incremental and absolute measurement. 1 .Mize and J.Law and W. Terminate. UNIT – IV: Machine Diagnostic and Condition Monitoring: 10 Machine Diagnostics – Basic Concepts .
Production Systems and computer Intergrated Manufacturing ".Sarma ." Automation.Rangan. NewDelhi.S. Thomas Beckwith.Manufacturing Technology UNIT – V: Computer Control System: 9 Data acquisition system-Introduction-Direct Digital control-Programmable Logic Controls (PLC) -Ladder diagrams-Communication used in PLC. “Mechabical Measurements”. Tata McGraw Hill.1983 13254E32C ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND NEURAL NETWORKS 3 1 0 4 UNIT – I . Dhanpat Rai & Sons. Maragoni. C. UNIT – II .P. A. Prentice Hall. 2.Groover . 3.V. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. Sawhney.K. UNIT – V Applications: 8 Printed Character Recognition – Inverse Kinematics Problems – Automobile Fuel Efficiency prediction – Soft Computing for Color Recipe Prediction – Single MLP approaches –CANFIS modeling for color recipe prediction Page 29 . D. Narosia Publishing House.S. Fuzzy Logic: Extension principle and Fuzzy Relations – Fuzzy If – Then Rules – Fuzzy Reasoning – Fuzzy Inference Systems – Mamdani Fuzzy Models – Sugeno Fuzzy Models – Tsukamoto Fuzzy Models – Input Space Partitioning and Fuzzy Modeling. Lewis Buck N. 1993 4.Ray. UNIT – IV Neuro Fuzzy Modeling: 10 Adaptive Neuro – Fuzzy Inference Systems – Architecture – Hybrid Learning Algorithm – learning Methods that Cross – Fertilize ANFIS and RBFN – Coactive Neuro – Fuzzy Modeling – Framework – Neuron Functions for Adaptive Networks – Neuro Fuzzy Spectrum.Mani and G.Neural Networks 8 Introduction to soft Computing-Neural Networks-Supervised Learning Neural Networks – Perceptrons – Adaline – Back propagation Multilayer perceptrons – Radial Basic Function Networks – Unsupervised Learning and Other Neural Networks – Competitive Learning Networks – Kohonen Self – Organizing Networks – Learning Vector Quantization – Habbian Learning. UNIT – III Genetic Algorithm: 9 Derivative – based Optimization – Descent Methods – The Method of steepest Descent – Classical Newton’s Method – Step Size Determination – Derivative – free Optimization – Genetic Algorithms – Simulated Annealing – Random Search – Downhill Simplex Search. “Elecrical and Electronics Measurements & Instrumentation”.V. M.R." Instrumentation Devices and systems".Fuzzy Logic: 10 Fuzzy Sets – Basic Definition and Terminology – Set –theoretic operations – Member Function Formulation and parameterization – Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Reasoning.
2003.R. assessing quality of industrial design.Manufacturing Technology BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1.THEORY OF INVENTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING (TRIZ) AND CONCEPT TESTING 12 Fundamentals. 4.. search both internally and externally. R. simpson. “Optimization and Machine Learning” Addison Wesley. General Theory of Innovation and TRIZ.. Davis E.PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS 8 Establish target specifications. AP Professional. Concept Generation: Activities of concept generation. UNIT V . the challenges of product development. Eberhart.S. UNIT II . allocation of resources Identifying Customer Needs. organize needs in hierarchy and establish the relative importance of needs. R.. 2. Boston 1996. concept screening and concept scoring. Jang. methods of selection. G. UNIT III . product design and development process.V. setting final specifications. clarifying problem. Overview. 1989. List of Electives .Prentice Hall of India. management.PRODUCT PLANNING AND PROJECT SELECTION 8 Identifying opportunities evaluate and prioritize projects. Person Education. Sun and E. Value engineering Applications in Product development and design.T. Model-based technology for Page 30 . C. “Neural Networks. New York. Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms”. methods and techniques. industrial design process. 2004. Mizutani. J. New Delhi.. and Dobbins.INTRODUCTION 7 Significance of product design.A. Rajasekaran and Pai.Elective V 13254E33A PRODUCT DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT 4 0 0 4 UNIT I . PHI. Interpret raw data in terms of customers need. sequential engineering design method. “ Computatuonal Intelligence PC Tools”. 3.. S..INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND CONCEPT SELECTION 10 Assessing need for industrial design. UNIT IV . Goldberg. P. “Neuro – Fuzzy and Soft Computing”.
circuit (flow) analysis. cushioning – power packs – construction. CRC Press. Page 31 . 5. and Wood K. method-truth table-Karnaugh map method-sequencing circuits-combinational and logic circuit. Pearson 3. patenting procedures. Hydraulic & Pneumatic Comparison – ISO symbols for fluid power elements. BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. timers. Systematic innovation: an introduction to TRIZ . Intellectual Property: Elements and outline. CRC Press. pneumatics – Selection criteria. 13254E33B FLUID POWER AUTOMATION 4 0 0 4 AIM: To impart knowledge in the area of hydraulics. Orloff. counters. Otto K. Product Design. use of field busses in circuits. heat dissipation. UNIT I INTRODUCTION 5 Need for Automation. UNIT IV CIRCUIT DESIGN 10 Typical industrial hydraulic circuits-Design methodology – Ladder diagram-cascade. sizing of ports pressure and temperature compensation. Engineering of creativity: introduction to TRIZ methodology of inventive Problem Solving. UNIT V ELECTRO PNEUMATICS & ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CIRCUITS 7 Electrical control of pneumatic and hydraulic circuits-use of relays. UNIT II FLUID POWER GENERATING/UTILIZING ELEMENTS 8 Hydraulic pumps and motor gears. and Eppinger S. Ulrich K. Alla Zusman. Reservoir capacity. T. Programmable logic control of Hydraulics Pneumatics circuits. UNIT III CONTROL AND REGULATION ELEMENTS 8 Direction flow and pressure control valves-Methods of actuation. 4. vane. pneumatic and fluid power components and its functions. measurement of customers’ response. types. OBJECTIVE: • To make the students to learn the basic concepts of hydraulics and pneumatics and their controlling elements in the area of manufacturing process. Hydraulic. overlapped and under lapped spool valves operating characteristicselectro hydraulic servo valves-Different types-characteristics and performance. Springer. PLC ladder diagram for various circuits. Product Design and Development. By John Terninko. By Semyon D. • To train the students in designing the hydraulics and pneumatic circuits using ladder diagram. Electronic drive circuits for various Motors. mounting details. accumulators – standard circuit symbols.Manufacturing Technology generating innovative ideas Elements of testing: qualitative and quantitative methods including survey. Savransky. motion controllers. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Ladder diagram.D. (theory of inventive Problem Solving). piston pumps-motors-selection and specification-Drive characteristics – Linear actuator – Types. Inventive thinking through TRIZ: a practical guide. By Michael A.
Manufacturing Technology TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. particle. stress intensity factor and fracture toughness – Toughening mechanisms – Ductile. Introduction to fluid logic. precipitation. List of Electives . procedure of failure analysis. Peter Rohner. 2. sources of failure. McGraw Hill. Fluid Power logic circuit design. strength. low and high cycle fatigue test.Bolton. Fluid Power Logic Circuit Design. Mechatronics. toughness. E. grain boundary strengthening. W.Suryaatmadyn. Antony Esposito. 1994. poly phase mixture.. fatigue and creep – Selection for surface durability corrosion and wear resistance – Relationship between materials selection and processing – Case studies in materials selection Page 32 . Effect of surface and metallurgical parameters on fatigue – Fracture of non metallic materials – Failure analysis. crack initiation and propagation mechanisms and Paris law. 4. fibre and dispersion strengthening.B. creep – Larson Miller parameter – Deformation and fracture mechanism maps – Fatigue. strain and strain rate on plastic behaviour – Super plasticity – Deformation of non crystalline materials. solid solutioning. Fluid Power Systems and control Prentice-Hall. plastic and fractured behaviour of engineering Materials. 1988. 2003. • To train the PG students in selection of metallic and non-metallic materials for the various engineering applications.C.Elective VI 13254E34A ADVANCED MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY 4 0 0 4 AIM: To impart knowledge on advance concepts of material technology OBJECTIVE: • To enlight the PG students on elastic. Mcmelan Prem. Electronic control systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Pearson Education. 1979 3. brittle transition in steel – High temperature fracture. UNIT I ELASTIC AND PLASTIC BEHAVIOR 10 Elasticity in metals and polymers Anelastic and visco-elastic behaviour – Mechanism of plastic deformation and non metallic shear strength of perfect and real crystals – Strengthening mechanisms. Effect of temperature.Fitch and J. UNIT II FRACTURE BEHAVIOUR 10 Griffith’s theory.London. 5. work hardening. Peter Rohner. cost basis and service requirements – Selection for mechanical properties. UNIT III SELECTION OF MATERIALS 10 Motivation for selection. 1978. The Macmillan Press Ltd.
3rd Edition. TaC. 1999.11. George E. (2nd edition). machinery and nuclear applications – Computer aided materials selection. 2. Transformation induced plasticity (TRIP) Steel. High strength low alloy (HSLA) steel. McGraw Hill. The ageing eye – Use of indirect (reflected) lighting – cost efficiency of illumination – special purpose lighting for inspection and quality control – Measurement of sound – Noise exposure and hearing loss – Hearing protectors – analysis and reduction of noise – Effects of Noise on performance – annoyance of noise and interference with communication – sources of vibration discomfort.. UNIT – V WORK PHYSIOLOGY Page 33 9 .A. McGraw Hill.Dieter. Engineering Materials and their Applications. Si3N4 CBN and diamond – properties. 3. Ashby M. auto. ASM. UNIT IV MODERN METALLIC MATERIALS 8 Dual phase steels. UNIT – IV ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS IN DESIGN 11 Temperature – Humidity – Noise – Illumination –Vibration – Measurement of illumination and contrast – use of photometers – Recommended illumination levels. properties and applications of engineering polymers – Advanced structural ceramics. WC. 4. 2000. Mechanical Metallurgy. Thomas H. 5. Material Selection in Mechanical Design. Vol.F. (10th Edition). processing and applications. Nitrogen steel – Intermetallics. (4th Edition) Jaico. Failure Analysis and Prevention. Ni and Ti aluminides – smart materials.Manufacturing Technology with relevance to aero. Al2O3. and Trojan. SiC. TIC. Courtney. UNIT V NON METALLIC MATERIALS 7 Polymeric materials – Formation of polymer structure – Production techniques of fibers. P.. TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. UNIT – III DESIGN OF SYSTEMS 9 Displays – Controls – Workplace – Seating – Work process – Duration and rest periods – Hand tool design – Design of visual displays – Design for shift work. marine. Mechanical Behaviour of Materials. 1988. adhesives and coating – structure. 2002. R..K. shape memory alloys – Metallic glass and nano crystalline materials. 13254E34B INDUSTRIAL ERGONOMICS 4 0 0 4 UNIT – I INTRODUCTION 7 Concepts of human factors engineering and ergonomics – Man – machine system and design philosophy – Physical work – Heat stress – manual lifting – work posture – repetitive motion. Butter Worth 2005. Maraging steel. Flinn. ASM Hand book. UNIT – II ANTHROPOMETRY 9 Physical dimensions of the human body as a working machine – Motion size relationships – Static and dynamic anthropometry – Anthropometric aids – Design principles – Using anthropometric measures for industrial design – Procedure for anthropometric design. foams.
J. E. A guide to the ergonomics of manufacturing.Manufacturing Technology Provision of energy for muscular work – Role of oxygen physical exertion – Measurement of energy expenditure Respiration – Pulse rate and blood pressure during physical work – Physical work capacity and its evaluation. Bridger Introduction to Ergonomics. McGraw Hill 1976 3. Page 34 . TOTAL: 45 PERIODS BOOKS FOR REFERENCES: 1. 1996 2. McCormic. McGraw Hill. Human factors in engineering design. R. East West press. Martin Helander.S. 1995.
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