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RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Thandalam, Chennai – 602 105

LESSON PLAN

Faculty Name : V.SANTHANAM Code : ME35


Subject Name : DESIGN OF MACHINE Code : ME1302
ELEMENTS
Year : III Semester : V
Degree & Branch : B.E. – MECHANICAL Section : A

Aim:
To introduce the student to the concept of design of machine elements subjected to static and variable
loadings. Selection of standard components from manufactures catalogue and data book.

Objectives:
 To familiarize the various steps involved in the Design Process
 To understand the principles involved in evaluating the shape and dimensions of a component to
satisfy functional and strength requirements
 To learn to use standard practices and standard data
 To learn to use catalogues and standard machine components

Text Book(s):
1. Juvinall R.C, and Marshek K.M, “Fundamentals of Machine Component Design”, John Wiley

& Sons, Third Edition, 2002.


2. Bhandari V.B, “Design of Machine Elements”, Tata McGraw-Hill Book Co, 2003.

Reference Book(s):
1. Norton R.L, “Design of Machinery”, Tata McGraw-Hill Book Co, 2004.
2. Orthwein W, “Machine Component Design”, Jaico Publishing Co, 2003.
3. Ugural A.C, “Mechanical Design – An Integral Approach, McGraw-Hill Book Co, 2004.
4. Spotts M.F., Shoup T.E “Design and Machine Elements” Pearson Education, 2004.
5. Tech P.S.G., “Design Data Book”, Kalaikathir Achchagam,Coimbatore,2003
6. S.Md.Jalaludeen, “machine design”, Anuradha publications,2006.

Sl. T / R* Book
Date Period Unit Topic(s) Page(s)
No. Book No.
1 I Introduction to the design process T 2 2-3
Factor influencing machine
2 I design, selection of materials T 2 13-30
based on mechanical properties

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Sl. T / R* Book
Date Period Unit Topic(s) Page(s)
No. Book No.
Direct, Bending and torsional
3 I T 2 70-76
stress equations
4 I Impact and shock loading R 6 3.22-3.23
calculation of principle stresses for
5 I T 2 87-89
various load combinations
6 I eccentric loading T 2 76
Design of curved beams crane
7 I T 2 104-113
hook and ‘C’ frame
69-70
Factor of safety , theories of
8 I T 2 89-104
failure and stress concentration
117-127
design for variable loading –
9 I Soderberg, Goodman and Gerber T 2 127-159
relations
Design of solid shaft based on
10 II T 2 234-247
strength and rigidity
Design of hollow shaft based on
11 II T 2 234-247
strength and rigidity
Design of shafts based on critical
12 II R 6 4.13
speed
13 II Design of keys and key ways T 2 247-255
14 II Design of rigid couplings T 2 255-259
15 II Design of flexible couplings T 2 259-261
Introduction to gear and shock
16 II T 2 259-261
absorbing couplings
17 II Design of knuckle joints. T 2 79-83
18 II Design of knuckle joints T 2 79-83
19 III Threaded fasteners T 2 187-191
Design of bolted joint under static
20 III T 2 191-197
load
Design of bolted joint under
21 III T 2 197-203
variable load
Design of bolted joint under
22 III eccentric load parallel and T 2 203-211
perpendicular to the axis of bolt
Design of bolted joint under
23 III eccentric load in the plane T 2 203-211
containing the bolt
Design of butt and fillet welded
24 III T 2 215-216
joints in tension and shear
Design of welded joints under
25 III T 2 216-223
eccentric load
Design of welded joints under
26 III T 2 223-228
bending moment
27 III Theory of bonded joints.
Design of helical springs under
28 IV T 2 283-296
constant loads
Design of helical springs under
29 IV T 2 296-311
varying loads
30 IV Design of leaf springs T 2 316-323

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Sl. T / R* Book
Date Period Unit Topic(s) Page(s)
No. Book No.
31 IV Design of helical torsion springs T 2 311-316
Design of helical Concentric or
32 IV R 6 12.17
composite springs
33 IV Design of spiral torsion springs R 6 12.25
Design of disc or Belleville
34 IV R 6 12.38
springs
35 IV Design of Levers R 6 6.1 -6.16
36 IV Design of Levers R 6 6.1 -6.16
Sliding contact bearings-types-
37 V desired properties of bearing T 2 495-496
material- materials
38 V Lubrication in journal bearing T 2 456-461
Design of journal bearing using 17.12
39 V R 6
Mckees equation -17.16
Design of journal bearing by
40 V T 2 480-493
Raimondi and Boyd method
Types of Rolling contact bearings-
selection of bearing-static
41 V T 2 417-423
capacity-dynamic capacity-
Equivalent load
Design or selection procedure
42 V T 2 426-445
using manufacturer’s catalogue
Design or selection procedure for
43 V T 2 445-453
cyclic loads and speeds
Design of flywheels involving
44 V T 2 626-637
stresses in rim and arm.
Design of flywheels involving
45 V T 2 626-637
stresses in rim and arm.

* T  Text Book / R  Reference Book

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