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K N Modi University, Newai
Student Evaluation System
Continuous Assessment All courses undertaken by students are evaluated during the semester using internal system of continuous assessment. The students are evaluated on class /tutorial participation, assignment work, lab work, class tests, mid-term tests, quizzes and end semester examinations, which contribute to the final grade awarded for the subject. Students will be notified at the commencement of each courses about the evaluation methods being used for the courses and weightages given to the different assignments and evaluated activities. In order to make the evaluation system as similar and transparent with any of the globally reputed educational institutions like N.I.Ts, I.I.Ts etc. the Dr. K. N. Modi University Academic Council has adopted the grading practices. Here marks obtained in the continuous assessment and end semester examination are added together and a 10-point grading system will be used to award the student with on overall letter grade for the course (subject). Distribution of Marks (i)Courses without Practical Components Continuous Assessment - 25 Mid –Term Examination - 15 End –Term Examination - 60 __________________________________________ Total : 100 (ii)Courses with Practical Components only Continuous Assessment - 30 Mid –Term Examination (Practical) - 20 End –Term Examination (Practical) - 50 ___________________________________________ Total : 100 Letter Grading system Final evaluation of course is carried out on a TEN POINT grading system. Performance Grade and Grade Points are as shown below: Table 1 Marks Grade Value Grade Description 91 to 100 10 A+ Out Standing 81 to 90 9 A Excellent 71 to 80 8 B Very Good 61 to 70 7 C Good 51 to 60 6 E Average 41 to 50 5 E Fair Less than 41 0 F Fail Absent in the University 0 I Incomplete Final Examination 1

*However, within the above grading system the student has to earn a minimum of 24markseach in Continuous Assessment and End Term Examination, thatis a total of (24) + (24) =48 marks have to be secured forgetting declared pass in the “Fair” category. Note: In order to convert the GPA and CGPA into percentile, multiply the same with the Conversion factor of 9.10. A student who earns a minimum of 5 grade Point (E grade) in a course (subject) is declared to have successfully completed the course, and is deemed to have earned the credits assigned to that course. A course successfully completed cannot be repeated. A student should have appeared for the end semester examination of the prescribed course of study (mere appearance in the continuous assessment test is not sufficient) to be eligible for the award of the degree in the course. If a student is eligible for but-fails to appeared in the end semester examination, he/she will be awarded an „I grade (in complete) on the grade sheet. For all practical purposes an „I„Grade is treated as an „F‟. If a student is not eligible to appear in the end semester examination owing to his/her not fulfilling the minimum attendance requirements, he may be permitted to re-register for those courses in which he/she had attendance shortage, at the next available opportunity. Grade Point Average (GPA) &Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) Each course grade will be converted into a specific number of points associated with the grade as mentioned in above Table 1. Here points are weighted with the number of credits assigned to a course. The Grade Point Average (GPA) is the weighted average of grade points awarded to a student. The Grade Point Average for each semester will be calculated only for those students who have passed all the courses of that semester. The weighted average of GPA‟s of all semester that the student has completed at any point of time is the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at that point of time. CGPA upto any semester will be calculated only for those students who have passed all the courses upto that semester. Calculation of GPA and CGPA: Example: Table 2 Courses Mathematics Chemistry Physics Language Lab TOTAL Credits 3 3 3 2 11 Letter Grade C B A B Grade Value 7 8 9 8 Credit Value 3x7 3x8 3x9 2x8 TOTAL Grade Points 21 24 27 16 88

In this case GPA =

Total Grade Points Credits

= 2

88 11



Suppose the GPAS in two successive semesters are 7.0 and 8.0 with 26 and 24 respective course credits, then the CGPA = 7x26+8x24 26+24 = 374 50 = 7.48

After the results are declared, grade cards will be issued to each student which will contain the list of courses for that semester and the grades obtained by the student, as well as GPA of that semester. However, a conversion factor of “9.1”, will be included, enabling students and future employers for transforming CGPA into percentage of marks at par with the existing practices of I.I.Ts, N.I.Ts and A.I.C.T.E. Minimum Eligibility Requirements in Dr. K. N. Modi University for proceeding academic year of study. to the next

A First year Student of Dr. K. N. Modi University satisfying the below mentioned requirements is eligible to study in the 3rd Semester of next academic year. “Pass with Minimum E Grade in Four Theory Papers & Pass in Four Laboratory Papers in the I & II Semester ( Combined)” A Second year Student of Dr. K. N. Modi University satisfying the below mentioned requirements is eligible to study in the Vth Semester of the next academic year. “Pass with Minimum E Grade in Four Theory Papers & Pass in Four Laboratory Papers in the IIIrd& IV Semester (Combined)” A Third year Student of Dr. K. N. Modi University satisfying the below mentioned requirements is eligible to study in the VIIth Semester of the next academic year. “Pass with Minimum E Grade in Four Theory Papers & Pass in Four Laboratory Papers in the Vth& VI Semester (Combined)”




Study and Evolution Scheme (Year-II Semester-III) Diploma Mechanical Effective from session 2011-12
S. NO. Sub Code Subject Name Period Evaluation Scheme Continuous L 1 2 3 02DCE301 02DME302 02 ME303 STRENGTH OF MATERIAL-1 FLUID MECHANICS BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY - I Material science MACHINE DRAWING 3 3 3 T 1 1 1 P 0 0 0 Assessment 40 40 40 60 60 60 100 100 100 3 3 3 Final Exam Total Credit

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Year-II Semester-IV S. NO. Sub Code Subject Name Period Evaluation Scheme Continuous L 1 2 3 4 02 ME401 02 ME402 02 ME403 02 ME404 T 1 1 1 1 P 0 0 0 0 Assessment 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 100 100 100 100 3 3 3 3 Final Exam Total Credit METALLURGY Fluid Mechanics I C Engine WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGYII MACHINE DESIGN OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING MACHINE DESIGN LAB I C Engine Lab WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY lab -II 3 3 3 3 5 6 02 ME405 02 ME406 3 3 1 1 0 0 LAB 40 40 60 60 100 100 3 3 1 02 ME407 0 0 2 50 50 100 1 2 3 02 ME408 02 ME409 0 0 0 0 2 2 50 50 50 50 100 100 1 1 4 5 02 ME410 02 ME411 Co-Curricular Activities 0 0 Total 18 0 0 6 2 0 8 50 50 50 50 100 50 1 1 23 6 .

Year-III Semester-V S. THERMODYNAMICS MACHINE DESIGN-II 3 T 1 P 0 Assessment 40 100 3 2 3 4 03 ME502 03 ME503 03 ME504 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 40 40 40 60 60 60 100 100 100 3 3 3 5 6 03 ME505 03 ME506 3 3 1 1 0 0 LAB 40 40 60 60 100 100 3 3 1 2 3 03 ME507 03 ME508 03 ME509 THEORY OF MACHINES REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY .III 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 2 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 100 100 1 1 1 4 5 03 ME510 03 ME511 0 AUTOMOBILE ENGG LAB Co-Curricular 0 Activities Total 18 0 2 0 0 6 8 50 50 50 50 100 50 1 1 23 7 .III ENGG. NO. Sub Code Subject Name Period Evaluation Scheme Continuous Final Exam 60 Total Credit L 1 03 ME501 THEORY OF MACHINES REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY .

Sub Code Subject Name Period Evaluation Scheme Continuous L 1 2 03 ME601 03 ME602 T 1 1 P 0 0 Assessment 40 40 60 60 100 100 3 3 Final Exam Total Credit INDUSTRIAL ENGG. NO. 3 METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATIO N POWER PLANT ENGG.Year-III Semester-VI S. ENTREPRENEURSHI P DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT HEAT TRANSFER Non Conventional Source of Energy 3 3 4 03 ME603 03 ME604 3 3 1 1 0 0 40 40 60 60 100 100 3 3 5 6 03 ME605 03 ME606 3 1 0 40 60 100 3 LAB 1 2 03 ME607 03 ME608 HEAT TRANSFER METROLOGY AND INSTRUMENTATION Lab PROJECT Co-Curricular Activities 0 0 0 0 2 2 50 50 50 50 100 100 1 1 3 4 03 ME609 03 ME511 0 0 Total 18 0 0 6 2 0 8 100 50 100 50 200 50 2 1 23 8 .

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS Course Objective Diploma holders in this course are required to analyses reasons for failure of different components and select the required materials for different applications. proof resilience and co-efficient of resilience . compressive and shear stresses and strains .Radius of gyration . Unit-4. bending moment.Theorem of parallel axes .Hooke‟s Law. Factor of safety. Young‟s Modulus of elasticity. It is expected that efforts will be made to provide appropriate learning experiences in the use of basic principles to the solution of applied problems to develop the required competencies.Types of beams . Free body diagram. For this purpose. Strain hardening.Concept of bending moment and shearing force . Temperature stresses and strains.Section modulus 9 . shearing force.Modes of loading: gradual loading.Tensile.Concept of elasticity. applications and practices covering stress.Second moment of area . plastic stage. Hence this subject has been introduced. Point of contra flexure. elastic limit and limit of proportionality . principles.Concept of end supports – Roller. Unit-2.Numerical problems on the above Unit-3. stresses and strain . sudden load and falling loads . Ultimate strength and breaking stress. Bars of varying cross-section. Beams and Bending Stress . Stresses and Strains .Types of loading . columns and springs. Poisson‟s ratio. Principle of superposition. hinged and fixed .Bending moment and shearing force diagram for cantilever and simply supported beams with and without overhang subjected to concentrated and UDL.Concept of resilience. it is essential to teach them concepts.Concept . Yield point. Lateral strain.SEMESTER – III 02 ME301 .Calculation of instantaneous stress induced due to gradual loading. Percentage elongation. Unit-1.Theorem of perpendicular axes .Concept of beams .Concept of load. Moment of Inertia . Resilience and Instantaneous Stress . Proof stress and working stress. sudden loading and falling load . Numerical Problems. Stress strain diagram. strain. shafts. Composite sections under compression and tension.

Power transmitted by shaft .Stiffness and angle of twist and strain energy .Theory of simple bending.Numerical problems on: Angle section.Determination of number of plates .Strength of column by Euler Formula without derivation .Concept of bending stresses .Numerical problems Unit-8.Permissible bending stress. Springs .Use of equation σ/y=M/I=E/R .Numerical problems Unit-7. Z section.Shear stress diagram for solid and hollow circular shaft .Concept of mean and maximum torque .Concept of moment of resistance . Torsion .Falling loads on springs . T section.Slenderness ratio .Factors effecting strength of a column .Effective length . Bending Stress . channel section.Concept of torsion. triangle.End restraints .Buckling load.Stress deformation . hollow section and removed section Unit-5.Moment of inertia of plane figures such as rectangle. I and T sections . Columns .Concept of column. trapezium (without proof) . circular and symmetrical I sections Unit-6.Calculation of maximum bending stress in beams of rectangular. square..Derivation and use of torque equation .Comparison between solid and hollow shaft with regard to their strength and weight . section modulus for rectangular. I section. modes of failure .Maximum bending stress and deflection .Bending stress diagram . assumptions made in bending theory . circular section.Rankine Gourdan formula (without derivation) 63 .Closed coil helical spring subjected to axial load . difference between torque and torsion .Types of columns . circle. crushing load .Numerical problems 10 .

specific weight. pressureenergy 5. 4. vapour pressure and compressibility. viscosity. resultant pressure.2 Orificemeter 11 . Hydraulics 2. hydro kinematics and hydrodynamics and their application in solving fluid flow problems. Pascal's law and its applications. surface tension cohesion. Electronics.1 Venturimeter 6. adhesion and .2 Total pressure. 3. simple manometer. intensity of pressure. gauge pressure. Metallurgical Engineering subject The subject deals with basic concepts and principles in hydrostatics. Properties of Fluids: 2. Hydrodynamics.1 Atmospheric pressure.2 Fluid Mechanics. triangular.1 Types of Flow: Steady and unsteady flow.3 Types of hydraulic energy: Potential energy. differential manometer and Bourdengauge 5.1 Fluids: Real and ideal fluids 1. kinetic energy.4 Bernoulli's theorem. vacuum pressure and absolute pressure. Fundamentals of Fluid Flow: 5.2 Discharge and continuity equation (flow equation) 5. Hydrostatic Pressure: 3. trapezoidal UNIT-2 4. uniform and non-uniform flow 5. Electrical. specific gravity. Measurement of Pressure: 4. 3. DETAILED CONTENTS THEORY UNIT-1 1.2 Units of measurement 3.1 Pressure. statement and description (without proof of theorem) 5. Hydrostatics. laminar and turbulent flow.FLUID MECHANICS SUBJECT CODE-02DCE302 Course Objective: Subject of Fluid Mechanics is a science subject and helps in solving problems in the field of Aeronautical. Flow Measurements Measurement of velocity of fluid by: 6.3 Total pressure and centre of pressure on vertical and inclined plane surfaces: Rectangular. Mechanical. pressure head.5 Venturimeter (horizontal and inclined UNIT-3 6. Introduction: 1. and centre of pressure. 2.1 Mass density.2 Piezometer. capillarity.

1 Definition of pipe flow.4 Head loss in open channel into friction. Flow through open channels: 8.4 Hydraulic gradient line and total energy line 7.6 Current meters UNIT-4 7. entrance. transition losses due to graded expansion and contraction.1 Definition of an open channel.6 Pipes in series and parallel 7.7 Water hammer phenomenon and its effects (only definition anddescription) UNIT. sudden expansion and suddencontraction. exit. critical velocity and velocity distributions in a pipe forlaminar and turbulent flows 7. obstruction and change of direction (Noderivation of formula) 7. laminar and turbulent flow .6. obstruction and change of direction (noderivation) PRACTICAL EXERCISES i) To verify Bernoullis Theorem ii) To find out venturimeter coefficient iii) To determine coefficient of velocity (Cv). .3 Most economical channel sections i) Rectangular ii) Trapezoidal 8. uniform flow and non-uniform flow 8.2 Reynolds number. Coefficient of discharge (Cd) Coefficient of contraction (Cc) of an orifice and verify the relation between them iv) To perform Reynold's experiment v) To verify loss of head in pipe flow due to a) Sudden enlargement b) Sudden Contraction vi) To determine velocity of flow of an open channel by using a current meter vii) To determine coefficient of discharge of a rectangular notch/triangular notch 02 ME302 – 02 ME303 BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 12 .3 Plot tube 6.5 Flow from one reservoir to another through a long pipe of uniform crosssection (simple problems) 7.2 Discharge through channels using i) Chezy's formula (no derivation) ii) Manning's formula (no derivation) 8.5 Notches and wears 6. Flow through Pipes: 7.3 Head loss in pipe lines due to friction.4 Mouthpiece 6.5 8.explained through Reynold's experiment 7.

Application and Advantage of Electricity Difference between AC and DC. Identification of wiring systems. which diploma holders will come across in their professional life DETAILED CONTENTS 1. zener diodes and their applications. Domestic Installation Distinction between light and fan circuits and single phase power circuit.f. various accessories and parts of electrical installation. identification of three-phase wire. current. various applications of electricity.RATIONALE The objective of the course is to impart basic knowledge and skills regarding electrical engineering. concept of fuses and their classification. transistor – PNP and NPN. applications of MCBs and ELCBs 8. idea of a transformer and its working principle 4. characteristics and application of a thyristor. their characteristics and uses. 02 ME304 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY . power and energy with their units. selection and application. Distribution System Difference between high and low voltage distribution system. Electromagnetic Induction Production of e. Changing direction of rotation of a given 3 phase induction motor 69 7. advantages of electrical enginergy over other types of energy 2. diodes. Connection and starting of three-phase induction motors by star-delta starter.m. Basic Quantities of Electricity Definition of voltages. Common safety measures and earthing 6. Electrical Safety Electrical shock and precautions against shock. characteristics and applications of servo motors. Difference between three-phase and single-phase supply 5. name of instruments used for measuring above quantities.. neutral wires and earth wire in a low voltage distribution system. Electric Motor Definition and various applications of single-phase and three-phase motors. connection of these instruments in an electric circuit 3. subcircuits. Basic Electronics Basic idea of semiconductors – P and N type. treatment of electric shock.I RATIONALE 13 . concept of earthing and various types of earthing. Identification of voltages between phases and between one phase and neutral.

Core making procedure . and D. collapsibility.Introduction to moulding tools . modern machining methods. core boxes and core materials .Thermit welding . Filler rods and fluxes. knowledge about various machining processes.Flux for arc welding 4. Arc Welding . . Moulding Sand .Effect of polarity. processing of plastic. permeability.Welding positions and techniques. 2.Moulding boxes.Electro slag welding 6. tool. refractoriness. advantages. Welding Process .Metal inert gas (MIG) welding . disadvantages and applications of: .Gas welding equipments. Pressure regulators.Pattern material . Hence the subject of workshop technology.S. jigs and fixtures is required to be imparted.I.S.Properties of moulding sand. working and applications of spot welding. symbols. Gas Welding .Principle of resistance welding.Types of pattern . hand tools used for mould making 14 .Principle of welding . For this purpose.Welding defects and inspection of welded joints.Gas welding torch. positioning of cores 7.Pattern codes as per B.Types of moulds . . DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Mould Making .Diploma holders are responsible for supervising production processes to achieve production targets and for optimal utilization of resources. Other Welding Processes .Electrodes: Classification. Pattern Making . B. 3. seam welding. 8.C. their impact and control of properties viz. Modern Welding Methods Principle of operation.Arc welding machines and equipment . current regulation and voltage regulation . adhesiveness.Core prints.C. strength. arc welding . 5. projection welding and percussion welding. cohesiveness. flow ability. Blowpipe.Introduction to cores.Various types of moulding sand.Step involved in making a mould .I.A.Types of gas welding flames and their applications .Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding . . specification and selection . Oxy – acetylene cutting torch. CNC machining.Pattern allowances .

Special Casting Processes Principles. and Ultrasonic inspection. Casting Defects . tungsten carbide.Centrifugal casting 10. Boring . 14.Moulding processes: Bench moulding.Classification of boring machines and their brief description. Gating and Risering System .Properties of cutting tool material. working and applications of .Directional solidification 11.Testing of defects: radiography. floor moulding.Drill holding devices. . eccentric turning.Boring tools. tool signature. boring. counter boring. magnetic particle inspection.Plain and step turning. 12. boring bars and boring heads.Description and function of various parts of a lathe . ceramics and diamond. . gates . counter sinking..Dies casting: hot chamber and cold chamber .Types of risers. 15 .Cutting parameters – Speed. taper turning attachment. tapping. Machining time.Specification of boring machines. mandrel. angle plate. .Classification of drilling machines and their description.Various types of single point cutting tools and their uses. nomenclature of a drill . . .Different types of casting defects . Cutting Tools and Cutting Materials . satellite.Types of drills and their features. Drilling .Speeds and feed during drilling.Work holding devices .Classification and specification of various types of lathe .Principle of boring . . . Cobalt steel. reaming.Description of jig boring machine.Elements of gating system . impacts of these parameters on drilling. steady rest. . reaming. dogs. tool post grinder 13. . pit moulding and machine moulding.Centers. boring. . machining time. spot facing. High speed steel. face plate.Types of reamers. runner. cemented carbides. taper turning. . .Lathe operations: .Various operations performed on drilling machine – drilling. 9.Lathe accessories:. threading and knurling. Lathe .Single point cutting tool geometry. facing. hole milling. 15. location of risers . collets.Pouring basin. chucks. drilling.Study of various cutting tool materials viz. parting off. feed and depth of cut for various materials and for various operations. sprue.

Fibers and their Classification. Therefore it is essential that they have competency in preparing drawings and sketches of various machine parts. Unit 8: Purpose of Heat Treatment. 02 ME306 MACHINE DRAWING RATIONALE Diploma Holders are required to read and interpret drawings. Fits: Clearance fit. Unit 5: Important Sources of Plastics. Properties and Uses of Al Alloys and Copper Alloys. Various Electrical Insulating Material and their Usage. Iron-carbon Diagram. tolerance grades. limits. Thermal. 16 . Unit 2: Metal Structure. Malleable. design size. Unit 6: Various Heat Insulating Material and their Usage: Asbestos. Unit 7: Identification Tests: Appearance. Therefore this subject is essentially required. Cork. importance. Types of Cast Iron. Magnetic. hole basis system. Introduction ƒ Limits and Fits: Limit system – tolerance. Thermoplastic and Thermo-set. Selection Criteria for Use in Industry. deviation. Puf and China Clay. Names of Engineering. transition fit. Tin and Lead. DETAILED CONTENT 1. Band Microstructure and Filling. Classification. fundamental deviation. Unit 3: Classification of Iron and Steel. basic size. Grey. Tolerances-fundamental tolerances. White. Modular and Alloy and their Usage. Manufacture of Pig Iron. Chemical. Glass Wool. Electrical and Mechanical Properties of Various Materials. Solders. Theory of Solid Solution. Bearing Metals. method of placing limit dimensions. TTT Curve in Steels and its Importance. Various Trade. Zinc. Crystalline Structure of Metals. interference fit. Sources of Iron Ore and its Availability. Thermocole. Plastic Coating. Weight. Arrangement of Atoms in Metals (Basic Idea).Cutting fluid – their types. Spark. allowance. Wrought Iron. Copper.. Sound. properties & advantages and applications 02 ME305 MATERIAL SCIENCE Unit 1: Classification of Materials. Unit 4: Important Ores and Properties of Aluminum. shaft basis system. Mottled. Cast Iron and Steel (Flow Diagrams Only). Relation of Metal Structure to its Properties. Plastics.

Shear test on specimen of two different metals 3. Indicating roughness on a component for: i) Surface to be obtained by any production method. Shaft Couplings (2 sheets) Oldham coupling Universal coupling 76 3. means profile. Hardness test on metal and finding the Rockwell hardness 02 ME407 Fluid Mechanics Lab 17 . engine connecting rods I. mean roughness index.Calculating values of clearance/interference. Pipe Joints (5 sheets) Symbols for piping and layout plan of piping Flanged joint Socket and spigot joint Union joint Expansion pipe joint 5. reference profile. engine parts (2 sheets) I. Use of machining symbols in production drawings. surface roughness number.C. To determine the stiffness of a helical spring and to plot a graph between load and extension 6. engine pistons 6. indication of surface roughness. hole tolerance and. peakto-valley height. ii) Surface to be obtained without removal of material. Bearings (5 sheets) Bush bearing Foot step bearing Plummer block Self aligning bearing Brackets 4. symbols on drawings. H7/m6. Impact test on metals (a) Izod test (b) Charpy test 4. 2. indication of machining allowance. I. Tensile test on bars of mild steel and aluminum 2.C.C. H8/u7. Screw Jack (1 sheet) 02 ME307 Strength Of Material LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. datum profile. Torsion test on specimens of different metals for determining the angle of twist for a given torque 5. method of indicating surface roughness on given components. indication of surface roughness-indication of special surface roughness characteristics. Surface Roughness Introduction-actual profile. shaft tolerance with given basic size for common assemblies like H7/g6.

Preliminary joining practice . Study of a distribution board for domestic installation 7.Brass . Study of different types of fuses 12. Exercises of gas welding on the following . Ohm‟s Law verification 9. 6.Vertical welding 2. Verification of law of resistance in series 10. energy meter and multi-meter 8. Study of earthing pratices 02 ME310 WORKSHOP PRACTICE I LIST OF PRACTICALS WELDING 1. Dismantling and assembly of a single stage centrifugal pump to study its constructional details. To determine the coefficient of friction of pipe using Darcy‟s equation. Verification of Bernoulli‟s theorem 5. Verification of law of resistance in parallel 11. Connection of a three-phase motor and starter with fuses and reversing of direction of rotation 2. operation including fault diagnosis.LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Use of ammeter. To find out the value of coefficient of discharge for a venturimeter 3. Measurement of pressure head by employing i) Piezometer tube ii) Single and double column manometer iii) Pressure gauge 2. 02 ME309 BASICS OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Study the working of a pelton wheel and Francis turbine 7. Making following types of joints by gas welding . voltmeter.Copper 18 . Charging of a lead – acid battery 4. Connection and reading of an electric energy meter 6. Connection of a single-phase induction motor with supply and reversing of its direction of rotation 3.Aluminum . wattmeter. Measurement of flow by using venturimeter 4. Troubleshooting in domestic wiring system 5.

11. .Butt and lap joint (in vertical position. Moulding and casting of . 6. Gas cutting of the following types .Joining practice by arc welding . Exercise on boring with the help of boring bar.Welding of outside corner joint. Exercise on pipe bending on MS pipe and PVC pipe using pipe bending machine. 78 8. Exercise on internal threading on lathe. Exercise on MIG welding. FOUNDRY 10. taper turning. Exercise on projection welding (industrial visit should be arranged). Preparation of the following types of moulds. 18. C. Preparation of self cored pattern 79 Note: 1. travel up and down). .I.C. DRILLING AND FITTING 17. Marking and drilling practice using column and knee type drilling machine and radial drilling machine. A job on drilling. 22. reaming. 19 . A composite job involving turning. Exercise on TIG welding.Stock cutting by oxy acetylene . cutting 4. Making following types of joints by arc welding on M. they should arrange a visit to foundry industry in the nearby area. TURNING 14. counter boring and counter sinking.A solid pattern .I and aluminium . Exercise on brazing.S. 7.C.Floor molding . 9. 3. 20.I. Testing and inspection of casting defects visually. Preparation of solid pattern (single piece) 24. 5. Exercise on spot welding. 19. The Workshop Superintendent will prepare & finalize the specific drawings of all jobs in the beginning of semester in consultation with staff 2. Simple exercise on turning and step turning.Preliminary gas cutting practice . Radius fitting in mild steel piece. 15. 16. Dovetail fitting in mild steel piece 21.. The Institutions where foundry shop is not existing. 13.Inspection of the welding defects occurred in the job. threading.A split pattern 12. Study of constructional features of coupla furnace. Preparation of split pattern 25. PATTERN MAKING 23. thread cutting and knurling and Eccentric turning. .

properties. Molybdenum. their alloys and non-metals used in Industry Properties of metals and alloys Physical properties . Classification. Right selection of materials add to the economy. Importance of Materials Classification: Metals and non-metals. Thermal and electrical conductivity Corrosion. Cobalt. A diploma holder must be conversant with the properties. Heat resistant steels. causes. uses. Nickel. Spring 20 . grades and uses of special steels such as High speed steel. eutectic solution (Binary only). chromium. ductility. luster. Sulphur and Phosphorous on steels. IS.Appearance. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Vanadium. Silicon. plasticity. constituents of iron. The subject of Materials and Metallurgy has been designed to cover the above aspects. crystal formation. Ferrous and non-ferrous metals and their alloys Names of common metals. iron carbon diagram. Effect of grain size on mechanical properties. toughness. (ii) Partial solubility. 3. Stainless steels. density and melting point Mechanical Properties: Strength. Ferrous Metals and Alloys Flow diagram for the production of ferrous metals from their ores. hardness. brittleness.SEMESTER – IV 02 ME401MATERIALS AND METALLURGY RATIONALE Materials play an important role in the construction and manufacturing of equipment/tools. composition and uses of cast iron and plain carbon steels. working and life of machinery. BS and SAE Grades Effect of alloying elements such as Aluminium. tungsten. dendritic solidification. malleability. fatigue and creep. Effects of all alloying elements on engineering materials.e. availability and costs of materials used for construction/fabrication to enable him to perform his functions confidently. stiffness. cooling curves of pure metals. Phase diagram of: (i) Solid-state solubility. elasticity. colour. types of crystal structure. Composition. effects and prevention. Metallurgical Considerations Solidification of metals form liquid to solid state of pure metals. 2. (iii) Nil solubility i. Manganese. Silicon steels.

Use of nylon/PTFE for bushes/bearings. properties and uses of white metal bearing. 7. Sound insulating materials: Cork. varnishes. mica. glass wool. ebonite. Protective coating materials: Paints. spark. primers. thermocole. rubber.. Major applications of various plastics and their uses and grades. Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys Copper: Properties and uses Composition.steel. rubasil. leather. enamels. specifications and commercial availability of materials Practical considerations for selection of material for different purposes ISO/Bureau of Indian standard specifications for metals. fibre glass. Heat insulating materials: Properties and uses of asbestos. felt. various components and materials. properties and uses of Al-alloys e. teflon coating. reinforced plastics. Composition. fibre boards. Al-bronze. properties and uses of copper alloys. and Gun metal. electroplating materials. classification of plastics. weight. Brief description and uses with examples of principal heat treatment processes. bend and microstructure.g. filing. Refractory materials: General characteristics and uses of dolomite. Glass – plate glass. Sealant and adhesives – Application and availability of sealant and adhesives for industrial user. temperature transformation curve. sound. Other Important Materials Plastics: Definition. 21 . bakelite. Tempering. Fabrication materials: Wood. Annealing. ceramics. putti. Bronzes: Phosphor bronze. Aluminium based bearing metals. rubber – natural and synthetic. Properties and uses of china clay. toughened glass. Magnalium and Hindalium Properties and uses of alloys of lead. Heat Treatment: Iron-carbon diagram. Examples in heat-treating engineering components time. 4. ardening. Carburising. Mn-bronze. copper based bearing metals. plywood. Composite materials. Nitriding and Cyaniding and applications. objectives and practical aspects of heat treatment. Nickel silver. tin and magnesium. Normalizing. bimetallic and tri-metallic bushes 5. cork. 6. Yellow metal. Composition. Properties and uses of Aluminium. Selection. Different types of etchants for preparation of surface structure. Identification and Examination of Metals and Alloys Identification tests . non-metals. Electrical insulating materials.Appearance. Duralumin. magnetic. Bearing Metals: Requisite qualities. safety glass. glass wool. Brasses: Cartridge brass.

Bernoulli‟s theorem (without proof) and its applications. properties of fluid viz mass density. Cv. Water Turbines and Pumps ƒ Concept of a turbine. 22 . hydraulic press. Flow of Fluids Types of fluid flow-steady and unsteady. Flow through pipes Definition of pipe flow. Chezy‟s equation and Darcy‟s equation of head loss. partially drowned orifices. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. weight density (specific weight). compressibility. rate of flow and their units. 7. Loss of head in pipes due to sudden enlargement.02 ME402HYDRAULICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES DETAILED CONTENTS RATIONALE Diploma holders in Mechanical Engineering are required to deal with problems of fluid flow and use of hydraulics in power generation. time for emptying a tank through a circular orifice. obstruction on flow path.4 Simple problems 3. differential single column. orifice meter and pitot tube. gauge pressure. Francis turbine and Kaplan turbine Concept of hydraulic pump. manometers . hydraulic mean depth. loss of head due to friction. specific gravity.3 Bourdon pressure gauge 2. simple problems 4. hydraulic jack. 5. Construction and working of pelton wheel. hydraulic gradient. 2. micromanometer 2. absolute pressure) 2. specific volume. Cd.2 Pressure measuring devices: peizometer tube. For this purpose. sudden contraction.1 Concept of Pressure (Atmospheric Pressure. This subject aims at development of knowledge and skills about various properties of fluids. knowledge and skills about fluid mechanics. viscosity. operation and application of hydraulic machines – hydraulic ram. hydraulic accumulator. Pressure and its Measurement 2. laminar and turbulent. types of turbines –impulse and reaction. types of fluid. hydraulic door closer. capillarity. Hydraulic Devices Description. measurement of various flow parameters and about various hydraulic machines. fluid flow and hydraulic machines are required to be imparted for enabling them to perform above functions. uniform and non-uniform. hydraulic brake. change of direction and pipe fittings. Introduction Fluid. Flow through orifices Cc. wetted perimeter. continuity equation of flow.simple Utube. Discharge measurement with the help of venturimeter. Simple problems 6. inverted U-tube. flow through drowned.

diesel cycle and dual cycle Location and functions of various parts of IC engines and materials used for them Concept of IC engine terms: bore. use of thermostat. piston displacement and piston speed 2.mechanical. electronic ignition system Increasing the efficiency by adopting super charging & turbo charging88 3. IC Engines Introduction and classification of IC engine Working principle of two stroke and four stroke cycle. SI engines and CI engines. 02 ME403I C Engine RATIONALE A Mechanical diploma holder can get employment in automobile manufacturing sector. compression ratio. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. he would be able to take up these assignments in various industries. working and operation of reciprocating pump and centrifugal pump. Fuel Supply and Ignition System in Petrol Engine Concept of carburetion Air fuel ratio Simple carburetor and its application Working of Solex and Amal carburettor (line sketch) and its advantages over simple carburetor Description of battery coil and magneto ignition system Recent developments in fuel supply system .MPFI. its assembly and dismantling & other systems of different types of automobiles. He must have knowledge of constructional details of engine. Testing of IC Engines Engine power . He can also get employment in Power Plants and other Industries involving boilers and application of steam. crank throw. dead centre. radiator and forced circulation in water cooling (description with line diagram) Function of lubrication Types and properties of lubricant Lubrication system of IC engine 5. Fuel System of Diesel Engine Component of fuel system Description and working of fuel feed pump Fuel injection pump Injectors 4 Cooling and Lubrications Function of cooling system in IC engine Air cooling and water cooling system. thermal. So after studying this subject. Otto cycle. stroke. relative and volumatric Methods of finding indicated and brake power Morse test for petro1 engine 23 .indicated and brake horse power Efficiency . clearance volume.Construction.

methods of reducing pollution in IC engines alternative fuels like . reaction.CNG. CNC machining.general layout. open cycle gas turbine and closed cycle gas turbines. coal handling system. modern machining methods.application of jet engines Rocket engine . tool. PV and TS diagram and working of gas turbines Closed cycle gas turbines. Hence the subject of workshop technology. pulverized coal firing system.its principle of working and applications Fuels used in jet propulsion 02 ME404WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY-II RATIONALE Diploma holders are responsible for supervising production processes to achieve production targets and for optimal utilization of resources. their Indian version. condenser efficiency Cooling pond and cooling towers 7. EURO -II. Steam Power Plant Main parts and working of power plant with simple line diagram. ash handling and disposal system. simple and compound. surface condenser Condenser vacuum. elements of condensing plant Classification . jigs and fixtures is required to be imparted.impulse. DETAILED CONTENTS 24 . construction and working principle . applications and limitations of gas turbines Open cycle constant pressure gas turbines . For this purpose. Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion Classification. LPG 6. cooling towers Use of feed water heater.I. comparison of gas turbines with reciprocating IC engines. re-heating and regeneration and dust collector Heat balance and efficiency 8. working of gas turbines Principle of operation of ram-jet engine and turbo jet engine .types and applications Steam turbines .jet condenser. norms for two or four wheelers . PV and TS diagram. vacuum efficiency. processing of plastic. Steam Turbines and Steam Condensers Function and use of steam turbine Steam nozzles . Governing of steam turbines Function of a steam condenser. air pre-heater. pollution control.Heat balance sheet Concept of pollutants in SI and CI engines. economizer.EURO . knowledge about various machining processes.

Planing and Slotting . brief description and applications of milling machines . structure. cylindrical grinding and centreless grinding.Cutting speed and feed.Specification and working principle of milling machine . depth of cut.Milling machine accessories and attachment – Arbors. selection of press die. 4.Truing. Milling . internal grinder.Selection of grinding wheel .Purpose of grinding . angular milling. Broaching . . broach teeth details – nomenclature. . push down. punching. 5. shaving. . . planer and slotter. straddle milling and gang milling. circular table. .Details of column and knee type milling machine .Common wheel shapes and types of wheel – built up wheels. stamping . .1. tool and cutter grinder.up milling and down milling . .Press Working a) Press working – Types of presses.Cutting fluids used in grinding. slotting attachment and rack milling attachment. . mounted wheels and diamond wheels. indexing head and tail stock. dressing.Cutting fluids used in milling. piercing. . 2. tool material.Grinding methods – Surface grinding.Indexing on dividing heads. spiral milling attachment.Speeds. gearing. surface grinder. collets.Quick return mechanism applied to shaper.Working principle of shaper. . pull down. adaptors.Types of broaching machines – Single ram and duplex ram horizontal type. Bond . . centreless grinder. Plain or simple. embossing. form milling. Metal Forming Process . slotter and planer machine. vertical milling attachment. .Work holding devices .Classification.Specifications of grinding wheel – Abrasive. balancing and mounting of wheel. Grade. trimming. vertical type pull up. types. planer and slotting machine. die material b) Press Operations-Shearing.Milling methods . Specification of grinding wheels as per BIS. compound differential and angular indexing.Elements of broach tool.Specification of shaper.Indexing methods: direct. feeds and depth of cut.Forging 25 . vices. Grinding .Identification of different milling cutters and work mandrels . Shaping.Introduction . plain and universal dividing heads.Grinding machine – Cylindrical grinder. type of dies. 3.Milling operations – face milling. . notching.

Design terminology: stress. Characteristics of a good designer. Design of keys: Types of keys. Design of Joints Types of joints: Temporary and permanent.a) Open die forging. Strength of combined parallel and transverse welds.Extrusion and Drawing a) Type of extrusion. type of loading on shafts. DETAILED CONTENT 1. 26 . methods to reduce stress concentration. that he is made conversant with the principles related to design of components and application of these principles for designing and prepare drawing of the same and hence this subject. types of designs necessity of design. utility of joints. it is essential. Different modes of rivet joint failure. 3. rivet heads. Direct and indirect b) Pipe drawing. Characteristics of environment required for a designer. materials of keys. strain. 2. For this. closed die forging b) Cold and hot forging . Effect of keyway on shaft strength. Practical examples related with design procedure. Design procedure. Welded joints. Codes and standards. stress concentration. factor of safety. Design of keys and shafts. leak proofing of riveted joints – caulking and fullering.. tube drawing 02 ME405MACHINE DESIGN RATIONALE A diploma holder in this course is required to assist in the design and development of prototype and other equipments. 95 Riveted joints: rivet materials. strength of parallel and transverse fillet welds. shaft materials. Introduction Design . factors affecting factor of safety. Types of welded joints. Design of keys.Rolling a) Elementary theory of rolling b) Types of rolling mills c) Rolling defects and remedies . endurance limit. fatigue. and functions of keys. Design of shafts: Types of shaft. Design of shafts under various loading. General design considerations. Axially loaded welded joints. Permanent joints. Comparison of designed and undersigned work.Hot and Cold.Definition.

To draw cams with different followers with different motions.Basic concepts of OOPs. circumferential and longitudinal boiler joints.Static data and member function .1 INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING Introduction .Defining and nesting member functions . 02 ME406OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING CHAPTER . . Assembly Drawing of the following Tool post. 7.Array of objects .Specifying a class and types of class . Safety valve.Memory allocation for objects . Nomenclature of gears.Its need and requirements . . 4. Draw profile of spar gear. Motions of followers. 5.Objects as function arguments CHAPTER– 3 CONSTRUCTORS AND DESTRUCTUROS Constructors .Procedure–oriented programming versus Object-Oriented programming concept .Object oriented languages.Multiple 27 .e. Types of followers. Cams Cam profile nomenclature. diamond Design of boiler joints i.Creating objects .Data Type in C++ . Bench-vice.Arrays within a class ---Objects . Gears Types of gears. Design of Couplings Necessity of a coupling.Concept and structure of C++ programming Introduction to structures & Union of C CHAPTER-2 OBJECTS AND CLASSES Classes . 6. design of flanged couplings. advantages of a coupling and types of couplings.Parameterized . butt.Design of riveted joints: lap. Conventional representation of gears.

Pointers To String .Finding length and comparison Pointers and objects 28 . .Hierarchical.Searching.Pointer expressions .Rules for overloading operators CHAPTER– 4 INHERITANCE Introduction Derived classes Member declaration: protected Types of inheritance .Multilevel. Insertion and Deletion .Overloading unary and binary operators ..Passing function to another function Pointers in Arrays Searching.Pointer declaration .Inline functions overloading .Call by reference .Polymorphic variables Overloading and overriding Virtual functions Friend Function Static and dynamic binding CHAPTER – 6 POINTERS IN C++ Concept of Pointers . Pointers and Functions .Hybrid inheritance Virtual base classes Abstract classes Constructors in derived classes Member classes CHAPTER – 5 POLYMORPHISM Introduction.Address operator.Polymorphism in programming languages .Single.Dynamic Destructor Operator overloading and type conversion .Types of polymorphism . .Pointer to functions .Multiple.Constructor with detail argument . .Call by value . .Pointer operator . .Pointer Arithmetic. Insertion and Deletion.

Opening and closing a file .Reading and writing a character from a file using fputs.Templates classes . erasing file CHAPTER – 8 GRAPHICS IN C++ Text mode graphics functions . flood fill Colours 02 ME407 Fluid Mechanics Lab LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Note the function of each part. Study the working of a pelton wheel and Francis turbine 7.This pointer Pointers to derived classes Introduction to Structures and Unions CHAPTER – 7 I/O SYSTEM BASICS AND FILE PROCESSING I/O system Basics . ferror. reassemble the engine 2. Dismantle a single cylinder diesel engine. Measurement of pressure head by employing i) Piezometer tube ii) Single and double column manometer iii) Pressure gauge 2. reassemble the engine 29 .Pointers to objects . operation including fault diagnosis. 02 ME408 I C Engine Lab LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Measurement of flow by using venturimeter 4. circle. set fill style. To find out the value of coefficient of discharge for a venturimeter 3. note the function and material of each part. rewind().Window function.The stream classes .Character based classes . clrscr() Graphics mode graphics functions: . Dismantle a two stroke engine. set lines styles. fgets.File system Basics . To determine the coefficient of friction of pipe using Darcy‟s equation. 6. Verification of Bernoulli‟s theorem 5.set colours. cputs().initgraph.. closegraph Shapes .Using manipulator to format I/O File Handling . Dismantling and assembly of a single stage centrifugal pump to study its constructional details.

gap adjustment . 5. Performance test of engine by full throttle and part throttle 02 ME409 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY lab -II LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Local visit to roadways or private automobile workshops 10. 8. Study of battery ignition system of a multi-cylinder petrol engine stressing ignition timings. Study of lubricating system of IC engine 6. To prepare heat balance sheet for diesel/petrol engine 9. Inspection of gear 3. Produce a rectangular block by face milling and prepare a slot on one face with a slotting cutter / side and face cutter. Practice of taper turning. Morse test on multi-cylinder petrol engine 8. 7. re-assemble 4. 30 . fixing order and contact breaker. Prepare a V-block to ± 0.Cylindrical grinding . Preparation of job through eccentric turning.Centreless grinding 4.3.Surface grinding . Milling cutter grinding on tool and cutter grinder. Dismantle Solex. Job on grinding using . Study of steam turbines through models and visit 11. 6. 5. Study of steam condensers through model and visits 12. Determination of BHP by dynamometer 7. Gear manufacturing by some indexing device on a milling machine & gear hobber. locate' and note down the functions of various parts. 2. Exercise on key way cutting and spline cutting. setting. Amal carburetor.2 mm accuracy on shaper machine.

Simple problems on watt and porter Governor Terminology used in Governors: Height. construction and working of Watt governor Porter. Governor Functions of governor. pantograph Steering gear mechanism 103 2. stability. Types of fly wheels Co-efficient of energy & speed Simple problems. Basic Concepts Definition of statics. Cams Definition of cam Classification of cams Followers and their classification Brief description of different types of cams and followers with simple line diagram 31 . 3. power transmission. balancing of masses vibrations etc. He must have the knowledge of various mechanisms. Types of governor – Principle. kinematics and dynamics Rigid body and resistant body Links Kinematics pairs and their types Degree of freedom Kinematics chain and their types Constrained motion and mechanisms Classification of mechanisms Equivalent mechanism Laws of inversion of mechanisms Single slider crank chain and its inversions Quick return mechanism and IC engine mechanism Double slider crank chain mechanism and its inversions like scotch yoke mechanism Indicator mechanism. comparison between a fly wheel and governor. equilibrium speed. turning moment diagram. Hence. isochronism. Hunting. Fly Wheel Functions of fly wheel Kinetic Energy of rotating masses. sensitiveness (No numerical problem) 4. this subject is offered.SEMESTER – V 03 ME501 THEORY OF MACHINES RATIONALE Diploma Holders in Mechanical Engineering come across many machines. kinetics. Hartnell governor. governor. DETAILED CONTENTS 1.

knife edge and roller type follower 5. classification of chains Selection of rope based on the load to be lifted 6. cycloid profile and involute profile teeth Simple. velocity ratio 104 Material for belts and ropes Slip in belts & ropes Types of V Belt and Flat belt Types of pulleys – step pulley. flat pulley Crowning in pulley Laws of belting and length of belt (open & cross belt) Ratio of tensions Power transmitted and max power transmitted by belt Centrifugal effect on belt Initial tension Chain drive. open and crossed belt drives. Friction & Clutches Frictional torque in screws for both square and V-threads Screw jack Calculation of power required for raising a load 105 Friction in collars & pivots. actions of belt on pulleys. Balancing Need of balancing Concept of static and dynamic balancing Balancing of rotating mass by another mass in the same plane Concept of reference plane Simple problems pertaining to several masses rotating in different planes 9. Gear Drive Functions of gear Classification of gears Gear nomenclature Forms of teeth. reverted and epicyclic gear train Simple problems on gear trains 7. Friction in plate clutch & conical clutch Different types of bearings & their applications Derivation of formula for torque wasted in friction bearing and torque transmission capacity of clutches 8. remedial measures & harmful effects of viberations 32 . Vibration Introduction Types of vibration – longitudinal. compound. SHM and uniform acceleration and deceleration with Flat. transverse and torsional vibration Causes. Power Transmission Devices (Belt. Rope and Chain Drive) Introduction Belt and rope drives.Simple cam profile for uniform velocity.

heating with humidification. moisture. DETAILED CONTENT 1. Comparison between air refrigeration and vapour compression system. storage of seasonal food. and super heated compression. low side float valve and high side float valve. relative humidity. industrial production. As such the growth of refrigeration and air conditioning is expanding. thermodynamic and commercial properties of NH3. R-22 and R-134 A. natural system and artificial system of refrigeration. 5. degree of saturation. water. methods of refrigeration. chemical. Vapour Compression System Principle. Windows type air conditioner. Properties of ideal refrigerants used in refrigeration system. Various types of evaporators. DPT. split type air conditioner. 3. function. Different types such as capillary tube. 4. Effect of sub cooling and super heating. This field creates opportunities for employment and entrepreneurship. automatic expansion valve. Miscellaneous 33 . Air conditioning systems. co efficient of performance. parts and necessity of vapour compression system. Various types of condenser. units of refrigeration. R-12. Condenser – Function. Introduction to air refrigeration cycle. Refrigerants Physical. Expansion Devices – Function. Refrigeration Equipment Compressor – Function. solar power refrigeration system. cooling with dehumidification. 6. advantages and disadvantages of solar power refrigeration system over vapour compression system. effect of moisture in vapour compression system. 7. thermostatic expansion valve. For human comfort. Rating of refrigeration. Dry. Psychrometry Definition of dry air. saturated air. P – H charts. wet. Evaporators – Function. by pass factor. DBT. unsaturated air. specific humidity. controlled temperature and humidity is required. CO2. Psychrometric charts. various types of compressor. principle and working of electrolux refrigeration system. WBT. Difference between COP and efficiency. 2. Vapour Absorption System Introduction. Fundamental of Refrigeration Introduction to refrigeration and air conditioning. refrigeration effect.03 ME502 REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING RATIONALE There are different weather conditions around the year in our country. safety of perishable food.

left hand. overload protector. Battery & Electrical System Battery & Constructional details of lead acid cell battery Dynamo . Speedometer 03 ME504 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY . leaf spring Shock absorber Unit-4. Safety switches – thermostat. Constructional details and working of single plate and multiplate friction clutches. Ackerman and Davis steering gears. Windscreen wiper. AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING(03ME503) Unit-1. propeller shaft.worm and nut. Function of Universal joint. Types of steering gears . Alternator-Construction and working. right hand drive Unit-2. rack and pinion type Suspension Function Types Working of coil spring. worm and roller.III RATIONALE Diploma holders are responsible for supervising production processes to achieve 34 . centrally air-conditioned plant. oil pressure cut out switch. Toe in. Braking system Constructional details and working of mechanical. caster. four wheel. Horn. Charging of battery from alternator Diagram of a Typical Wiring System Lighting system. Function of rear axle and different types of rear axles Unit-3.Study of Ice plant. hydraulic and vacuum brake Details of master cylinder. wheel cylinder Concept of brake drum. Function and construction of differential. air conditioning of car. Layout of chassis Types of drives-front wheel.Function and details. construction and working of sliding mesh. Steering System & Suspension System Steering Function and principle. constant mesh and synchromesh gear box. Introduction Components of an automobile. cold storage. overdrive. rear wheel. Rear axle drives. low pressure high pressure cut out switch. worm and wheel. brake lining and brake adjustment Unit-5. Transmission System Clutch Function. kingpin inclination angle. toe out. Insulating materials. camber. Classification of automobiles. Centrifugal and semi centrifugal clutch Gear Box – Function.

Jigs & Fixtures . 35 . processing of plastic. jigs and fixtures is required to be imparted. plate jigs.Gear hobbing . .Fixture for milling.Clamping devices.Locating devices. rubber base coating 4. . dielectric fluid and properties of electric fluid. Metallic Coating Process . process.Gear burnishing 112 5. Wire cut EDM.Principle of location.Types of jigs – Drilling jigs.Buffing.Electro plating. advantages and limitations 3. .Purpose of finishing surfaces . . leaf jig. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. metal removing rate.Use of super finishing attachment on center lathe. knowledge about various machining processes.Polishing. its applications. process. .Honing process and its applications. . Modern Machining Processes . 6. Plastic Moulding Techniques . applications. tool. .Description of lapping compounds & tools.production targets and for optimal utilization of resources. .Brief idea of honing machines. applications. Principal.Compression moulding – Working principle. anodizing and galvanizing .Description of hones. Hence the subject of workshop technology. .Injection moulding – working principle. principle.Importance and use of jigs & fixtures.Organic Coatings. bushes.Blow moulding – working principle.Super finishing process and its applications. template jigs.Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM): Introduction.Gear shaping .Metal spraying – Wire process. advantages and limitations .Lapping process. 2.oil base paint. channel jig. applications . EDM terminology. . Gear Manufacturing and Finishing Processes . advantages and limitations . Finishing Processes .Electro Chemical Processes: Electro chemical machining (ECM) – Fundamental principle.Mechanical Process: Ultrasonic machining (USM): Introduction. modern machining methods. applications. . principle parts of EDM machine. . powder process. . CNC machining.Surface roughness – definition & units. . .Gear shaving . advantages and limitations. . For this purpose. .Brief idea of lapping machines.

refrigerator.II Zeroth law of thermodynamics: Zeroth law of thermodynamics. Control system boundary . Ideal gas. Limitations of first law of thermodynamics. Calculation of work in various processes and sign convention. THERMODYNAMICS(03ME505) UNIT – I Fundamental Concepts and Definitions: Introduction and definition of thermodynamics. Analysis of unsteady processes such as filling and evacuation of vessels with and without heat transfer. Thermodynamic path. process and cycle. Microscopic and Macroscopic approaches. Efficiency. First law of thermodynamics: Thermodynamic definition of work. Reversibility and irreversibility. Quasi static process. Dimensions and units. UNIT . ENGG.control volume and control surface. Thermodynamic equilibrium. Energy and its forms.Advantages of jigs & fixtures. Real gas. Temperature scales. Law of corresponding states. First law of thermodynamics applied to open systems. Boilers. Heat engines. Amagat‟s law. First law of thermodynamics. Systems. Coefficient of 36 . Property of mixture of gases. Steady flow energy equation. Devices converting work to heat. Temperature and its measurement.III Steady flow systems and their analysis. Thermodynamic processes. Work and heat. Throttling process.. Gas laws. Dalton‟s law. Thermodynamic properties. Condensers. Pumps etc. UNIT – IV Second law of thermodynamics : Devices converting heat to work. Internal energy and enthalpy. Thermal reservoir. PMM-I. UNIT . Joules‟ experiment. Heat pump. Non-flow work and flow work. Properties and state. surroundings and universe. Turbine. Concept of continuum. First law analysis for closed system (non flow processes).

Rajput. Kelvin Planck statement of second law of thermodynamics. Subcooled liquid. Triple point.K. superheated states. 2. Reversed heat engine. Diesel and Dual Combustion cycle. Reversible and irreversible processes.Performance. Laxmi Publication. MACHINE DESIGN-II(03ME506) UNIT I SPRINGS Mechanical Springs Types. Dryness fraction. Carnot cycle and Carnot engine.P. UNIT –V Properties of steam & Pure substance. Claussius statement of second law of thermodynamics. Stresses and deflection of helical springs of circular wire. PMM-II. End connections for compression and tension helical springs. Concept of entropy.Nag. Thermodynamics cycles: Otto. Property of steam. Brayton cycle & Rankine Cycle Refrence Books:1.K. Carnot theorem and its corollaries. Engineering Thermodynamics by C. Material for helical springs. Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub. Phase transformation process of water. Saturation states. Critical point. 3. Arora. Equivalence of two statements of second law of thermodynamics. Thermodynamic temperature scale. Thermal Engineering By R. Design of helical springs subjected to static and fatigue loading UNIT II 37 . Engineering Thermodynamics by P.

Design of Cylinder and cylinder head. Block brakes.Disk brakes(internal expanding and external contacting shoe) . Design of connecting rod. REFRENCE BOOKS: Design of machine elements by VB Bhandari (MC Graw hill) 38 . Trapezoidal threads.POWER SCREWS Power Screws Forms of threads. UNIT V BRAKES Brakes. multiple threads. Stresses in screws. Difference of flywheel and governor. Stresses in flywheel rim. Band brakes. Energy equations. UNIT IV IC ENGINE PARTS Selection of type of IC engine. Rim design. flywheel materials. Efficiency of square threads.stresses in arms. Heating of brakes. Design of screw jack UNIT III FLYWHEEL Flywheel. piston ring and gudgeon pin. General design considerations. Design of piston. Design of centre crankshaft .

5. strainers and filter driers. To find COP of a refrigeration system. 9. 4. Visit to a cold storage plant. 108 6. Locating leaks and charging a refrigeration system.03 ME507 THEORY OF MACHINES LAB 03 ME508 REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Visit to a centrally air conditioned building. 3. Dismantling of window type A. Cutting Bending Flaring Swaging and brazing of copper tubes. Study the following compressors used in refrigeration system. Reciprocating compressor Reciprocating hermetically sealed compressor. 03 ME509 WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY LAB . Study of thermostatic switch. Detect trouble/faults in a refrigerator and window air conditioner. 7. 2. 8. filters. and testing after assembly.III LIST OF PRACTICALS CNC Machine 39 . LP/HP cut out switch. Identify various tools of refrigeration kit and carry out following operations.C. overload protector.

6. Honing of a hole. 18. Inspection &checking of Battery. Two surface at 90* on a square block. Study of tyre construction. Study of Differential gear (Count number of teeth on each gear) 8. Taper turning. step turning.MMV. 14. Exercise on hand lapping. Various types of programming like polar programming. 10. Study of layout and frame structure of four wheeler chassis . Cutting of a T slot by milling. Cutting of a slot and V-groove by a milling machine on a suitable block. Study of Axles used in LMV. 10. Flute cutting of a tap or reamer. Concave and convex curves. 13. Surface Finishing 17. Milling & Shaper 11. 2. 6. Buffing practice AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING LAB (03ME510) 1. Threading. 9. 40 . Study of Sliding mesh gear box & constant mesh gear box. 3. 9. Study of transmission system of four wheeler chassis. Study of construction detail of Universal joint with propeller shaft. study of single plate clutch (Assembling & Disassembling ) 3. Exercise for preparation of one female & one male electrode on EDM machine.1. 15. 2. blue print programming and profile programming. Exercise on profile cutting on EDM wire cut. Milling of a spur gear. 7. 16. 19. Demonstration of FMS & Wire cut EDM machine 8. facing. 7. 5. 4. taper turning. Plain turning. study of Multiplate clutch (Assembling & Disassembling 4. Machine students‟ first name on an acrylic sheet on a CNC milling machine. Cutting of a slot & V-groove on opposite faces of the block on the shaper. *100mm on a shaper. 12. 5. Machine of a square block of 100mm*100mm.

This course is designed to develop understanding of various functions of management.SEMESTER – VI 03 ME601 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT RATIONALE The knowledge of this subject is required of all diploma holders who wish to choose industry/field as this career. Factors for accomplishing effective leadership. Structure of an industrial organization. Characteristics of group behaviour and trade unionism. 4. Principles of Management Management. Professional bodies and their role. Agitations. strikes. Methods for improving motivation. Job satisfaction and job enrichment. 5. Human and Industrial Relations Human relations and performance in organization. 41 . Workers‟ participation in management. Code of professional ethics. promotion. coordination and control. lockouts. Concept of professionalism. industrial laws and management in different areas. pay. Understand self and others for effective behaviour. role of workers and engineers and providing knowledge about safety and labour. handling of grievances. Professional Ethics Concept of ethics. organizing. Behaviour modification techniques. Industrial relations and disputes. 2. different functions of management: Planning. Motivation Factors determining motivation Characteristics of motivation. Relationship between individual departments. rewards. peers and superiors. Functions of different departments. Typical problems of professional engineers. Relations with subordinates. Functions of a leader. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Mob psychology Grievance. Need for professional ethics. Leadership Need for leadership. picketting and gherao Labour welfare. Incentives. 3.

Various types of Taxes-Production Tax. Materials Management Material in industry. Human Resource Development Introduction. 42 . Industrial Dispute Act 1947. fires and erection and construction accidents. according to nature of injuries i. various control acts for air. water. Employee‟ State Insurance Act. Budgets. Pricing Policies. monopoly. Sales Tax. Contribution. Balance Sheet. Staff development and career development. Financial Management Important. Break even analysis. Brief description of the following Acts: The Factory Act 1948. Causes of accidents-psychological. Interpretation of Statements. Safety consciousness & publicity. Action to be taken in case of accident with machines. inventory control model. perfect competition. level. solid waste and noise. Manual lifting. Profit and Loss Account. Environmental Management Basics of environmental pollution. Labour Welfare schemes. Bin card. Safety measures-Do‟s and don‟ts & good housekeeping (5S). Hoist. Training strategies and methods 7. Material handling. Market conditions. purchase records.e. physiological and other industrial hazards. Accidents and Safety Classification of accidents. Excise Duty. conveyors. according to event and according to place. ledger. Stores records. Ration Analysis. road accident. Sales. purchasing procedures. Accidents-prone workers. 12. Types of labour laws and disputes. Workmen Compensation Act 1923. Wage Payment Introduction Classification of wage payment scheme. electric shock. Local Tax. fork trucks. Safety procedures. ABC Analysis. Income Tax. Labour. Project appraisal. Journal. 8. Provident Fund Act. Cranes. Marketing and Sales Sellers and Buyers markets. 11. 10. 13. Stores equipment. trucks. return on investments. oligraphy. fatal. Industrial and Tax Laws Importance and necessity of industrial legislation. Safety stock. Cardex. Effects of accidents.Manager as a leader. Payment of Wages Act 1936. Reorder. Marketing. various management techniques for control of environmental pollution. Cost Elements of Cost. temporary. Safety measures during executions of Electrical Engineering works. 1948. Economic ordering quantity. Project financing. 9. 6.

Testing and maintenance of measuring instruments. mechanical. Limit gauges: plug. surface plate. method of taking samples. electrical and pneumatic. P and C charts and their applications. and profile projector. line and wavelength standards. SQC & quality standards are necessary. Positional tolerances: maximum material condition usage of standards for deciding tolerance. national and company standard. comparators – mechanical. normal distribution. binomial and Poisson (No mathematical derivations). dial indicators. Introduction to control charts. transition and interference. feeler. 3. drilling and milling machines. 124 Sampling plans. micrometers. straight edge. units of measurement. selection of sample size. Statistical Quality Control Basic statistical concepts. For this purpose. Study of procedure for alignment tests on lathes. mode. 43 . limits. tool room microscope. Slip gauges. preventive and operative inspection. Indian standards on limits. sine bar. Limits fits and tolerances: study of natural variability of process. Study of factors influencing the quality of manufacture. height. gauge tolerances. Inspection Introduction. R. Planning of inspection: what to insect? When to inspect? Who should inspect? Where to inspect? Types of inspection: remedial. protectors. Hence this subject. International. Study of various measuring instruments like: calipers. concept of errors. optical. inprocess and final inspection. guide for selection of fits. electrical and electronic. frequency. knowledge and skills about standards of measurement. incoming. fits and tolerances. form. try square. snap. flatness & parallelism. empirical distribution and histograms. ring. types of inspection and various measuring instruments. DETAILED CONTENTS 1. standard deviation. depth. Measurement and Gauging Basic principles used in measurement and gauging. mean. standards for measurement and interchangeability.03 ME602 INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL RATIONALE Diploma holders in this course required to measure and inspect for ensuring quality of product. thread. 2. angular. fits and tolerances including terminology. clinometer. frequency of samples. thread and gear measurements. namely X. clearance. surface. taper. measurement of geometrical parameter such as straightness. wire and their applications for linear. Geometrical parameters & errors: Errors & their effect on quality. talysurf.

Constructional details and working of single plate and multiplate friction clutches. construction and working of sliding mesh. camber. caster. Tubeless tyres 3.disc wheels and wire wheel. knowledge and skills are required to be imparted to them regarding automobile industry as a whole. 03 ME603 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING RATIONALE These days. Transmission System Clutch Function. hydraulic and vacuum brake Details of master cylinder. pressure temperature.worm and nut. Torque converter and overdrive. brake lining and brake adjustment 44 . worm and roller. For this purpose. automobiles has become a necessity instead of luxury. humidity by electro mechanical transducers of resistance. Centrifugal and semi centrifugal clutch Gear Box – Function.Inspection plan format and test reports Concept of total quality management (TQM) 4. Steering System Function and principle Ackerman and Davis steering gears Types of steering gears . wheel cylinder Concept of brake drum. 5. frequency. Standards and Codes National and International Codes. ISO-9000. Rear axle drives. left hand. propeller shaft. right hand 2. four wheel. This subject aims at developing required knowledge and skills in this area: DETAILED CONTENTS 1. Types of tyres used in Indian vehicles. Toe in. capacitance & inductance type. Function and construction of differential. vibration. Instrumentation Measurement of mechanical quantities such as displacement. kingpin inclination. rear wheel. rack and pinion type 4. Introduction Components of an automobile Classification of automobiles Layout of chassis Types of drives-front wheel. toe out. The Diploma holders in Mechanical Engineering are required to supervise production and repair and maintenance of vehicles. worm and wheel. Braking system Constructional details and working of mechanical. concept and its evolution and implications. constant mesh and synchromesh gear box. fluid coupling Function of Universal joint. Function of rear axle and different types of rear axles Wheels and Tyres-Types of wheels . There has been phenomenal development of Automobile industry.

Dynamo and Alternator Dynamo . Battery Constructional details of lead acid cell battery Specific gravity of electrolyte . Maintenance of batteries Checking of batteries for voltage and specific gravity 7. leaf spring Shock absorber Shock absorber 6. Charging of battery from alternator 8.effect of temperatures on specific gravity Capacity and efficiency of battery Battery charging. opportunity identification.Function and details. Cutout . project report preparation and understanding of legal and managerial aspects can be helpful in motivating technical/ vocational stream students to start their own small scale business/enterprise.1 Concept/Meaning 1. DETAILED CONTENTS (1) Entrepreneurship 1. Regulators . working and their adjustment Alternator-Construction and working. aiming of headlights Lighting switches Direction indicators Windscreen wiper Horn Speedometer Heater Air conditioning 03 ME604 ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT RATIONALE Entrepreneurship Development and Management is one of the core competencies of technical human resource. Diagram of a Typical Wiring System 9. Lighting System and Accessories Lighting system Wiring circuit Headlight. Based on the broad competencies listed above.2 Need 45 . Suspension System Function Types Working of coil spring.5. Creating awareness regarding entrepreneurial traits.voltage current and compensated type. chemical reactions during charge and following detailed contents are arrived to develop the stated competencies. entrepreneurial support system.

2 Techno-Economic feasibility report 4.1 Elementary knowledge of Income Tax. Job Satisfaction 8. Noise pollution 7.3 List of items reserved for exclusive manufacture in small scale industry 3.6 Personnel Management 5.1 Principles of Management (Definition.3 Air.4 Small Industries Service Institutes (SISIs).5 Marketing Techniques 5.1 District Industry Centres (DICs) 2. coordination and control 5.2 Commercial Banks 2.1 How to start a small scale industry 3.3 Inventory Management 5.1 Preliminary Project Report 4. water and noise pollution standards and control 7.6 Considerations in product selection 3.1.4 Basic principles of financial management 5. Patent Rules. Rewards.5 Understanding business opportunity 3. functions of management viz planning. Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI).2 Procedures for registration of small scale industry 3.3 State Financial Corporations 2. Water.2 Operational Aspects of Production 5.3 Project Viability (5) Managerial Aspects of Small Business 5.2 Factory Act and Payment of Wages Act (7) Environmental considerations 7. Excise Rules 6.2 Industrial Relations and Disputes 8.2 Factors contributing to Air. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).7 Importance of Communication in business (6) Legal Aspects of Small Business 6.3 Relations with subordinates. organisation.4 Motivation – Incentives. National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) and other relevant institutions/organizations at State level (3) Market Survey and Opportunity Identification (Business Planning) 3.1 Concept of ecology and environment 7.6 Labour Welfare 8.5 Leadership 8.4 Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs) for safety at work places (8) Miscellaneous 8. peers and superiors 8.1 Human relations and performance in organization 8.7 Data collection for setting up small ventures (4) Project Report Preparation 4.7 Workers participation in management 46 .4 Assessment of demand and supply in potential areas of growth 3.3 Competencies/qualities of an entrepreneur (2) Entrepreneurial Support System 2. Sales Tax.

manpower planning and materials management Fits and tolerances – common fits and tolerances used for various machine parts 2. Computerization of maintenance. 47 . their foundations is an important phenomenon of an industry. their causes & remedical measures. History cards of different machines. Reliability. grouping. nut. Centralized maintenance & decentralized maintenance. TESTING & MAINTENANCE RATIONALE A diploma engineer comes across installation. This subject will enable the diploma holders to deal with such aspects. Storage of parts: Storage of parts used frequently for replacement and parts which are not easily available in local market. vibration damping. accuracy of machines. Overhauling Frequent failure of common parts. alignment and performance of machines. Maintenance organization. He should know the various methods of testing & maintenance. Inspection. predictive & breakdown maintenance. bolts. Maintenance schedule. Machines repair/replacement decision. Servicing. Maintenance Meaning of maintenance. repair and maintenance Economic aspects. their repair & maintenance to avoid downtime. Repair & Overhauling of machines and equipment Inspection of various machines and equipment Servicing of various machines and equipment Repair of various machines and equipment Overhauling of various machines and equipment Recalibration of various measuring instruments. layout and positioning of machines Foundation – types of foundation. Maintenance planning & stages of maintenance Maintenance planning Various stages of maintenance 5. The layout of different machines.03 ME605 INSTALLATION. testing the speed of machines. advantages & disadvantages Types of maintenance Preventive. Parts which require frequent maintenance such as belts. maintenance and testing of various machines and equipment in industries. 133 7. couplings. 4. erection and leveling. Execution and Commissioning of Machines (Installation) Location. foundation plan. 8. availability and Maintainability 6. Introduction Necessity of testing. vibration isolation – methods of isolation 3. DETAILED CONTENTS 1.

S. Servicing by AR Basu. hand operated cranes. should match the strengths of students. The project assignment can be individual assignment or a group assignment. Chand and Company. grease gun. 134 RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. It is also essential that the faculty of the respective department may have a brainstorming session to identify suitable project assignments. Ltd. 5. The students have various aptitudes and strengths. New Delhi. 11. Use of lubrication equipment like oil gun. pumps. fork fits. students should be asked to identify the type of project work. 10. 03 ME607 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. 4. 9. Preparation of prevention maintenance check. and actuator type valves. Study and sketch of (i) Head Light Model (ii) Wiper and Indicators 3. 2. Visit to maintenance department of an industry & prepare a report. Khanna Publishers. 2. 3.. Servicing and Maintenance by SN Bhattacharya. Case study on trouble free maintenance. Removing old lubricant. Project work. 6. Installation. The students should identify or given project assignment at least two to three months in advance. Industrial Maintenance by HP Garg. Plant Maintenance Engineering by RK Jain. 3. Maintenance.LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Maintenance Engineering and Management by RC Mishra and K Pathak. S. For this purpose. Reconditioning of machine parts. mobile cranes.. Equipment/machine leveling and alignment. M Dutta and Co. Study and sketch of (i) AC Pump (ii) SU Pump (iii) Master Cylinders 48 . 7. Chand and Company. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. and winches. therefore. Project on maintenance of utility equipment like compressors. 4. Fault and their remedies in (i) Battery Ignition system (ii) Magneto Ignition system 2. they would like to execute. Condition monitoring by NDT. hydraulics jacks. driers. There should not be more than 3 students if the project work is given for a group. Calcutta. cleaning and replenishing and machine with fresh lubricant. Maintenance of material handling equipment – pulley blocks. Installation. 8. Case study on computerized maintenance schedule. The project work identified in collaboration with industry may be preferred. 5. 135 03 ME606 PROJECT WORK Project work aims at developing skills in the students whereby they apply the totality of knowledge and skills gained through the course in the solution of particular problem or undertaking a project..

Cleaning and adjusting a carburetor 15. Verify that when random samples are taken from a universe with a certain percentage of defectives same percentage tends to appear in random samples by using (Shewart‟s plastic kit box). 9. 6. 49 . With the help of given data. Measuring spark gap. Rotation of wheels and inflation of tyres. Tuning of an automobile engine. 7. Use of dial indicator for measuring taper. R.4. P and C charts. Charging of an automobile battery and measuring cell voltage and specific gravity of electrolyte. Checking and adjusting clutch pedal play and brake pedal play. 5. Fault finding practices on an automobile . Phasing and calibration of fuel injection pump 11. 8. Plot frequency distribution for 50 turned components. 7. Use of combination set.four wheelers (petrol and diesel vehicles) 6. 2. 10. 9. tightness of fan belt plate and brake shoe 12. 3. gear roller tester. gear tooth vernier and profile projector. Measurement of all elements of gauges by using flange micrometer. Driving practice on a four wheeler. alignment of wheels 13. 4. Measurement of thread characteristic using vernier and gauges. Use of slip gauge in measurement of center distance between two pins. plot X. Nozzle cleaning. Use of tool maker‟s microscope and comparator. 8. bevel protector and sine bar for measuring taper. valve clearance and ring clearance 14. Assembly and disassembly of petrol and diesel engine of an automobile. testing and adjustment 128 03 ME608 INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL LAB LIST OF PRACTICALS 1. Study and sketch of (i) rear axle (ii) differential (iii) steering system 5.

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