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COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABI FOR B.Tech.

(2nd4th Year) (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

DEPARTMENT OF MCHANICAL ENGINEERING CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT School of Engineering & Technology, Paralakhemundi. Odisha-761211, INDIA Web Site: - www.cutm.ac.in

CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT


DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS FOR 2ND YEAR B.TECH. PROGRAMME
3rd Semester 4th Semester

Theory
Code Subject Mathematics-III Mechanics of solids Basic Fluid Mechanics Metallurgy Engineering Thermodynamics Management Core-I (Any one the following) MGOM 1201 MGGM 1206 MGGM 1104 MGFM 1101 Theory Credits Practical/Sessional Material Testing & 0-0-3 PCME2107 Metallurgy Laboratory Machine Drawing 0-0-3 PCME2108 & Auto CAD Laboratory Corporate HUMG210 Communication 0-0-3 9 Laboratory Practical/Sessional Credits TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS Total Contact hours/Week 24 PCME220 7 PCME220 8 PCME220 9 Production and Operations Management Organizational Behavior Essential Economics for Management Accounting for Managers MGFM 1101 3-1-0 4 MGOM 1201 MGGM 1206 MGGM 1104 L-TP 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 Cr edi t 4 4 4 4 4 Code BECH2101 PCME2202 PCME2203 PCME2204 PCME2205

Theory
Subject Environmental Engineering Kinematics & Dynamics of Machines Applied Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Manufacturing Science-I IC Engines & Gas Turbines Management Core-II (Any one the following) Production and Operations Management Organizational Behavior Essential Economics for Management Accounting for Managers 3-1-0 4 L-T-P Credit

BSMA2201 PCME2102 PCME2103 PCME2104 PCME2105

3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0

4 4 4 4 4

Theory Credits Practical/Sessional IC Engines Laboratory Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines Laboratory Workshop Practise Laboratory 0-0-3

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0-0-3

2 6 30 92 33

0-0-3

2 6 30 122 33

Practical/Sessional Credits TOTAL SEMESTER CREDITS TOTAL CUMULATIVE CREDITS Total Contact hours/Week

3RD SEMESTER SYLLABUS BSMA 2201 MATHEMATICS-III (3-1-0)


MODULE-I (15 Hours) Partial Differential Equation of First Order, Linear and Non-linear Partial Differential Equations, Charpits Method, Homogeneous and Non-homogeneous Linear Partial Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients, Cauchy Type Differential Equation, Solution of Second Order Partial Differential Equation. MODULE-II (15 Hours) Complex Analysis: Analytic Function , Cauchy-Riemann Equations, Laplace Equation, Harmonic Function, Linear Fractional Transformation , Line Integral in the Complex plane, Cauchys Int egral Theorem, Cauchys Integral Formula, Derivatives of Analytic Function. MODULE-III (10 Hours) Power Series,Taylors Series, Maclaurin Series, Laurents Series, Singularities and Zeroes, Residue Theorem, Residue Integration Method, Evaluation of Real Integrals. Text Books: 1) Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.V. Raman Publisher: TMH Chapters : 18(18.1 to 18.8, 18.10) 2) Advanced Engineering Mathematics by E. Kreyszig Publisher: Johnwilley & Sons Inc-8 Edition Chapters : 12 (12.1 to 12.4, 12.9) ; 13, 14 (14.2,14.4) & 15. Reference Books: 1) Advanced Engineering Mathematics by P.V. ONeil Publisher: Thomson 2) Fundamentals of Complex Analysis(with Applications to Engineering and Science) by E.B. Saff & A.D. Snider Publisher: Pearson
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PCME 2102 MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (3-1-0)


MODULE - I (14 Lectures) 1. Load, Stress, Principle of St.Venant, Strain, Hookes law, Modulus of Elasticity, Stress-Strain Diagrams, Working Stress, Factor of safety, Strain energy in tension and compression, Resilience, Impact loads, Analysis of Axially Loaded Members : Bars of varying cross-section, Composite bars in tension and compression - temperature stresses in composite rods, Statically indeterminate problems. Shear stress, Complimentary shear stress, Shear strain, Modulus of rigidity, Poissons ratio, Bulk Modulus, Relationship between elastic constants. 2. Members in Biaxial State of Stress : Stresses in thin cylinders, thin spherical shells under internal pressure - wire winding of thin cylinders. Analysis of Biaxial Stress. Plane stress, Principal stress, Principal planes, Mohrs Circle for Biaxial Stress. 3. Strain Deformation : Two dimensional state of strain, Mohrs circle for strain, Principal strains and principal axes of strain measurements, Calculation of principal stresses from principal strains.

MODULE - II (13 Lectures) 4. Shear Force and Bending Moment for Simple Beams : Shear force and bending moment. Types of load and Types of support. Support reactions, Relationship between bending moment and shear force, Point of inflection. Shear Force and Bending Moment diagrams.

5. Simple Bending of Beams : Theory of simple bending of initially straight beams, Bending stresses, Shear stresses in bending, Distribution of normal and shear stress, beams of two materials, Composite beams. 6. Deflection of Beams : Differential equation of the elastic line, Slope and deflection of beams by integration method and area moment method.

MODULE - III (12 Lectures) 7. Theory of Columns: Eccentric loading of a short strut, Long columns, Eulers column formula, Lateral buckling, Critical Load, Slenderness ratio 8. Torsion in solid and hollow circular shafts, Twisting moment, Strain energy in shear and torsion, strength of solid and hollow circular shafts. Stresses due to combined bending and torsion, Strength of shafts in combined bending and twisting. 9. Close - Coiled helical springs.

TEXT BOOKS 1. Elements of Strength of Materials by S.P.Timoshenko and D.H.Young, Affiliated East-West Press Chapters (1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 7; 8 and 10) 2. Strength of Materials by G. H. Ryder, Macmillan Press Chapters (I; II; III; IV; V; VI; VII; VIII; IX; XIII and XV) 3. Strength of Materials by S.S.Bhavikatti, Vikas publishing House, PVT LTD, 3 edition Chapters (2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 9) 4. Strength of Materials by James M. Gere and Barry J. Goodno, Cengage Learning Chapters (1; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 2.6; 2.7; 2.8; 3; 4; 5; 7; 8; 9 and 11) REFERENCE BOOKS 1.Mechanics of Materials by Beer and Johnston, Tata McGraw Hill 2.Mechanics of Materials by R.C.Hibbeler, Pearson Education 3.Mechanics of Materials by William F.Riley, Leroy D.Sturges and Don H.Morris, WileyStudent Edition 4.Mechanics of Materials by James M. Gere, Thomson Learning 5.Engineering Machanics of Solids by Egor P. Popov, Prentice Hall of India 6.Strength of Materials by S.S.Rattan, Tata Mc Graw Hill 7.Strength of Materials by R.Subramaniam, Oxford University Press 8.Strength of Materials by Sadhu Singh, Khanna Publishers
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PCME 2103 BASIC FLUID MECHANICS (3-1-0)


Module-1 (12 Lectures) Definition of fluid, fluid properties, capillary in tubes, fluid pressure at a point, pressure variation in a fluid and in atmosphere, gage and vacuum pressure, pressure measurement by manometers, bourdon gauge. Hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy, meta centre and met centric height, stability of floating bodies. Fluid masses subjected to linear acceleration and to constant rotation. Module-2(15 Lectures) Kinematics of fluid flow, classification of flow, description of fluid flow, acceleration at a point, rotational and irrigational flow, continuity equation, concept of circulation, stream function and velocity potential, flow net, forces on a fluid mass in motion, Eulers equation along a stream line, Bernoullis equation. Application to flow through orifice, venturimeter, orifice meter, pitot tube and liquid jets, energy correction factor, linear momentum equation, forces on pipe bends, momentum correction factor MODULE-3(15 Lectures) Flow measurements by notches and weirs, flow through mouth piece, time of emptying of tanks through orifice. Flow through pipes, Reynoldss experiment, laminar flow through pipes, turbulent flow through pipes, darcy-weisbach equation, minor losses in pipes, hydraulic gradient line and total energy line for pipes, pipes in series and parallel, reservoir problems, power transmission through pipes, size of nozzle for maximum power transmission. Uniform flow in channels, equation for velocity, best channel section, critical depth, channel transitions, brief ideas of gradually varied flow and rapid varies flow, hydraulic jump in rectangular channels. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Hydraulics and Fluid mechanics: P.N.MODI & S.M.SELH, standard book house Chapters (1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 9; 10; 11 and 16) 2. Fluid mechanics: A.K.JAIN, Khanna publishers Chapters (1; 2; 3; 4; 8; 9; 11; 12 and 13) REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Fluid mechanics and fluid machines: S.K.SOM &G.BISWAS, TMH 2. Fluid mechanics: A.K. MOHANTY,PHI 3. Fluid mechanics and turbo mechanics: M.M.DAS,PHI

PCME 2104 METALLURGY (3-1-0)


MODULE-I (15 Lectures) Classification of Engineering Materials, Engineering properties of materials. Characteristic property of metals, bonding in solids, primary bonds like ionic, covalent and metallic bond, crystal systems, common crystal structure of metals, representations of planes and directions in crystals, atomic packing in crystals, calculation of packing density, voids in common crystal structures and imperfections crystals. Concept of plastic deformation of metals, critical resolve shear stress, dislocation theory, deformation by slip and twin, plastic deformation in polycrystalline metals, yield point phenomenon and related effects, concept of cold working preferred orientation. Annealing ; recovery; recrystalization and grain growth; hot working. MODULE-II (15 Lectures) Concept of alloy formation, types of alloys, solid solutions, factors governing solids solubility viz. size factor, valency factor, crystal structure factor and chemical affinity factor; order-disorder transformation. Binary phase diagrams a) Isomorphism system, (b) Eutectic system, (c) Peritectic system, (d)Eutectoid system and (e) Peritectoid system. Allotropic transformation. Lever rule and its application, Interpretation of solidification behaviors and microstructure of different alloys belonging to those systems, Effect of nonequilibrium cooling, coring and homogenization. Iron-cementite and iron-graphite phase diagrams, microstructure and properties of different alloys (alloy steels; stainless steel, tool steel, HSS, high strength low alloy steel) types of cast iron, their microstructures and typical uses. Specification of steel. T.T.T. diagram: concept of heat treatment of steels i.e. annealing, normalizing, hardening and tempering; microstructural effects brought about by these processes and their influences on mechanical properties; factor affecting hardenability. MODULE-III (12 Lectures) Optical properties of Materials: Scattering, Refraction, Theory of Refraction and absorption, Atomic Theory of optical properties. Lasers, Optical fibres- Principle, structure, application of optical fibres. Plastic-: Thermosetting and thermoplastics. Ceramics: Types, structure, Mechanical properties, application Composite Materials: Agglomerated Materials: Cermets .Reinforced Materials: Reinforced Concrete. Glass fiber reinforced plastics, Carbon fibre reinforced plastics, fibre reinforced plastics, Laminated plastic sheets. Tefnol, Properties of composites, Metal matrix composites, manufacturing procedure for fiber reinforced composite.

Introduction to Nano-materials Text Books: 1. Engineering Physical Metallurgy and Heat Treatment by Y.Lakhtin, Mir Publisher, Moscow. Chapters ( 1; 6; 7; 8; 9 and 13) 2. Introduction to Physical Metallurgy by Avner, Tata McGraw Hill Chapters ( 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10; 11 and 12) 3. Materials Science and Engineering by W.D.Callister, Wiley and Sons Inc. Chapters ( 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 12; 13; 15 and 20) Reference Books 1. Elements of Material Science and Engineering, L.H.Van Vlack, Addison Wesley 2. Physical Metallurgy: Principles and Practice by Ragahvan, PHI 3. The Science and Engineering of Materials by Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P Phule, Thomson Learning (India Edition) 4. Materials Science and Engineering by V.Raghavan, Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Ltd. 5. Essentials of Material Science and Engineering by Donald R. Askeland and Pradeep P Phule, Thomson Learning 6. Processes and Material of manufacture by Lindberg, PHI. 7. Elements of Materials Science & Engineering by Van Vlack, Pearson 8. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter, Tata MacGraw Hill 9. Materials Science and Metallurgy By Daniel Yesudian, Scitech 10. Material Science and Metallurgy by C.K.Dutta, Dhanpat Rai 11. Materials Science and Metallurgy by R.B.Choudhary, Khanna Publishers 12. Principles of Engineering Metallurgy by L.Krishna Reddy, New Age International 13. Material Science and Processes by S.K.Hazra Chowdhury, Indian Book distributing Co

PCME 2105 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (3-1-0)

Module-I (13 Lectures) 1. Review of First and Second laws: First law analysis of unsteady flow control volumes, Entropy, Reversible work, Availability, and Irreversibility. 2. General Thermodynamic property relations: The Maxwell relations, The Clapeyron equation, The TdS relations, Isothermal compressibility and volume expansivity, The Joule-Thomson coefficient. 3. Reciprocating Air Compressors: Introduction (Uses of compressed air), The reciprocating cycle neglecting and considering clearance volume, Volumetric efficiency and its effect on compressor performance, Limitations of single stage compression, Multistage compression and intercooling, Optimum intercooler pressure, Performance and design calculations of reciprocating compressors, Air motors. Module- II (11 Lectures) 4. Vapor Power Cycles: Introduction Power cycles,The Carnot vapor cycle and its limitations, The Rankine cycle, Means of increasing the Rankine cycle efficiency, The reheat cycle, The regenerative feed heating cycle, The binary vapor cycle, The gas-vapor coupled cycles, Cogeneration. 4. Gas Power Cycles: Air standard cycles- Otto, Diesel, Dual Combustion and Brayton cycles, The Brayton cycle with non-isentropic flow in compressors and turbines, The Brayton cycle with regeneration, reheating and intercooling, Ideal jet propulsion cycle. Module- III (15 Lectures) 5. Refrigeration cycles: i) Air Refrigeration System : Introduction, Unit of refrigeration, Coefficient of performance, Reversed Carnot Cycle, Bell Coleman air refrigerator, Problem illustration and solution. ii) Vapour Compression System : Analysis of theoretical vapour compression cycle, Representation of cycle on T - S and p - h diagram, Simple saturation cycle, sub-cooled cycle and super-heated cycle, Effect of suction and discharge pressure on performance, Problem illustration and solution. iii) Vapour Absorption System : Simple Ammonia - absorption system, Improved absorption system, Electrolux Refrigerator, Lithium-Bromide Absorption Refrigeration System, Comparison of Absorption System with Vapour Compression System

Text Books 1. Engineering Thermodynamics by P. K. Nag, Publisher:TMH Chapters ( 4.1; 6.4; 6.5; 7; 8; 11; 12; 13 and 14) 2. Engineering Thermodynamics by Y.V.C. Rao, University Press Chapters ( 4; 5; 6; 7 and 8) 3. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics by Sonntag, Borgnakke, Van Wylen, John Wiley & Sons Chapters ( 5.1; 7.2; 8; 10; 11 and 13) 4. Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics by E. Rathakrishnan, PHI Chapters ( 2.4; 4.4; 4.5; 4.6; 5; 6; 9; 10; 11.1; 11.2; 11.3; 11.4; 11.10;11.11 and 13) 5. Thermodynamics, An engineering Approach, 3 edition by Yunus A.Cengel and Michael A.Bole Chapters ( 3.5; 5.0; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10.1; 10.2; 10.3; 10.8; 10.9 and 11)
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Reference 1. Engineering Thermodynamics by M.Achyuthan, PHI 2. Steam Tables in SI Units by Ramalingam, Scitech 3. Steam Tables by C.P.Kothandaraman, New Age International 4. Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering by Kothandaraman & Domkundwar, Dhanpat Rai 5. Applied Thermodynamics by P.L.Ballaney, Khanna Publishers 6. Fluid Mechanics by J.F.Douglas, J.M.Gasiorek, J.A.Swaffield and L.B.Jack, Pearson Education. 7. A course in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by S.C. Arora and S. Domkundwar, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.

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MGOM1201 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (4-0-0)


Course Objective: The course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in planning, scheduling and control of production and operation functions in both manufacturing and services. Course Content: MODULE:1 Operations Management- An Introduction Primary topics in Operations Management, Operations Function, and Transformation process and Competitiveness. Operations Strategy 9Strategic Decisions in Operations, Strategy Deployment, and Vertical Integration, Service Operation, Service strategy, Manufacturing Strategy and Mass customization; Product Development and Service Design New Product design, Product life cycle, Process design, Process life cycle, Form design, Functional design, Production design, Concurrent design, Technological design and Service design process. MODULE:2 Facilities Location & Layout Planning Location - Principles and Factors; Location Analysis techniques- Factor Rating, Centre of Gravity Technique, Brown & Gibson Model. Layout Concept & Basic Principles, Process Layout (Block Diagramming, Relationship Diagram, Computerized Layout Solutions, Service Layout); Product Layout Process Layout; Fixed Position Layout. Hybrid Layouts Cellular, FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System) Project Management and Scheduling Project planning, , project control, project scheduling Models Project Network, Critical path Method (CPM), Programme Evaluation Review Technique( PERT) , Project crashing and Time cost Trade-Off; Objective of Scheduling, Sequencing, Gantt charts, Advanced Planning and Scheduling System. Strategies for Managing Demand, Strategies for Managing Supply Production planning control, Aggregate planning costs and strategies. Gantt chart, Sequencing model. "n" jobs 1 machine, "n" jobs 2 machines, "n" jobs m machine MODULE:3 Inventory Management Concept of inventory with independent demand: Inventory cost structure Deterministic inventory model EOQ models, instantaneous receipt, Inventory model with discounts, delivery over a period of time, Periodic review and continuous review inventory model; Selective Inventory Control - ABC and VED.

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Quality Management Concept of quality; Quality of design, Conformance & performance; Cost of poor process performance and quality. Statistical Quality Control - Process Control (X, R & P chart), Product control-acceptance sampling and OC curve. Concept of TQM. MODULE:4 Just in Time and Lean Production Basic element in JIT, Pull system, Push system, Kanban production control system , Benefits of JIT, Jit implementation in Learning Organization, JIT in Services. topics.

Books 1. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano, Agarwal, - Operations Management, TMH 2. Aswathappa& Sridhar Bhat, - Production and Operations Management, HPH Reference: 1. Krajewski,Ritzman,Kansal, - Operations Management, Pearson 2. Everette. Adam Jr., Ronald J. Ebert, - Production and Operations Management, PHI 3. Roberta S. Russell & Bernard W. Taylor III, - Operations Management, Pearson/ PHI 4. Gaither, Frazier- Operations Management 10 MGGM1206 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (3-1-0) Introduction to the Course : Organizational Behavior (OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within an organization. Then it applies that knowledge to make organizations work more effectively. Course Objective : This course will expose students to gain knowledge on the diversified behavioral science theories and its applications in organizations. Pedagogy Class room lectures will be substantiated by Case Analysis, assignment and viva-voce, Demo Exercises, Movie Analysis, Games, role playing Comprehensive Course Outline : Module 1 Concept and models of OB, OB Systems- The Synergy Module - 2(Individual System) Perception, Learning and Behaviour Modification, motivation, attitude and Values, personality, emotion and stress.

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Module 3 (Social System) Communication, Group Dynamics, Conflict , Leadership Module - 4 (Organizational systems) Organizational power and politics, Organizational culture and climate, Organizational Change and development, International Dimensions of OB, Managing Diversity.

Recommended Text : Robins &Sanghii, Organisational Behaviour, Pearson Aswathappa, Organization Behavior,Himalaya Reference Books : Luthans ,F. Organisational Behaviour - TMH UdaiPareek , Understanding Organisational Behaviour, Oxford Prasad,L.M. Organization Behavior,S.Chand. Greenberg and Baron, Behavior in organization, Prentice hall.

MGGM1104 ESSENTIAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT(3-1-0)


Course Objective: In today's dynamic economic environment, effective managerial decision making requires timely and efficient use of information. The basic purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the economic principles, methodologies and analytical tools that can be used in business decision making problems. It provides an understanding of the economic environment and its impact on strategy formulation. The course also focuses on the impact of economic policies on managerial decision-making by providing an understanding of fiscal policy, and national and global economic issues affecting business. The language of science (and all analytical thinking) is mathematics. Since economics is a social

science, use of some mathematical tools, basically the constrained and un-constrained optimization techniques will help in measuring and solving the basic economic problems and thus improves decisionmaking. It becomes difficult and totally un-practicable to solve business (economic) problems logically and systematically without use of mathematics. The basic objective is to solve problems mathematically and interpret the results economically. Course Content: Module-1: Introduction & Micro Economics Introduction to economics- Scarcity, Choice and Efficiency, Circular Flow of Economic Activity, Fundamental issues of what, how and for whom to produce to make the best use of economics, Economic Role of Government. Basic Concepts: Marginalism and Incrementalism, Functional Relationships: Total, Average and Marginal. General and partial equilibrium, Opportunity cost

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Demand for a commodity: Law of demand, Demand schedule and demand curve, Individual and market demand, Change in demand Consumer behavior: Analysing law of demand through Marshalian utility analysis and Indifference curve technique. Consumer Surplus Elasticity of Demand Price Elasticity of demand : Estimation, Types, Elasticity and revenue, Factors affecting price elasticity of demand Income elasticity , Cross elasticity, decisions. Analysis of Supply: Law of Supply, Supply schedule and supply curve, Change in supply, Price elasticity of supply, Equilibrium of demand and supply: Equilibrium with demand and supply curves, Effect of a shift of demand and supply curves, Rationing of prices, Impact of tax on prices and quantity, Prices fixed by law (Minimum floors and Maximum ceilings) Demand Estimation: Approaches to demand estimation, Demand Estimation by Regression Analysis. Demand Forecasting: Sources of Data (Expert opinion, Surveys, Market experiments), Time-series Analysis (trend projection and Exponential smoothening), Barometric Forecasting, Forecasting with input and output model. Production Function: Production function with one variable input, Production function with two variable inputs, optimal combination of inputs, Returns to scale Cost Theory: Types of costs, Production and cost, Short-run cost functions, Long-run cost functions, Economies of scale and scope, Learning curve, Cost-Volume-profit Analysis Perfect Competition: Characteristics, Equilibrium price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of perfect competition Monopoly: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Allocative efficiency and income redistribution, Relevance of perfect competition and monopoly Monopolistic Competition: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of Monopolistic competition Oligopoly: Characteristics, Price Rigidity(Kinked demand curve model), Interdependence (The Cournot model) and Cartels and Collusion, Price Leadership, Cost-plus Pricing, Multiple Product Pricing, Price Skimming, Penetration Pricing, Transfer Pricing and Price Discrimination Module-2: Macro Economics National Income Accounting: Concept, Eight variants of national product aggregates, Measurement (Income, Value Added and Expenditure), Real and Nominal GNP, Difficulties in measuring the Uses of different concepts elasticity in business

national income, Uses of National income statistics Environmental Income Accounting, Green GDP, Sustainable Development, National income and social welfare Consumption and Investment functions: Concept, Determinants, Multiplier and Accelerator

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Demand for Money: Classical and Keynesian theories on demand for money Supply of Money: Components of money supply, The process of Deposit Creation, Balance Sheet of the Central Bank. Aggregate Demand: The Goods Market and the IS Curve, The Money Market and the LM Curve, Form IS-LM model to the Aggregate Demand. Aggregate Supply Explaining macro-economic equilibrium through Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, Monetary Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Monetary Policy in The AD- AS Framework, CrowdingOut Controversy, Monetary policy in an open economy Fiscal Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Impact of Structural Deficits, Government Debt and Economic Growth. Interaction between monetary and Fiscal Policy Features of The Business Cycle, Definition Of Inflation, Price Indices, Prices in the AD-AS Framework, The Economic Impacts of Inflation, The Phillips Curve, Anti-Inflationary Policy Unemployment: Types, Okuns Law, Impact of Unemployment, Economic Interpretation Of Unemployment International Trade: Economic Basis For International Trade, Gains from International Trade Balance of Payment (BoP): Meaning, BoP Account, Disequilibrium in BoP, Measures to correct disequilibrium in BoP Foreign Exchange: The Determination of Foreign Exchange Rates, Floating Exchange Rate and Fixed Exchange Rates, Mundell-Fleming Model, Books & Reference: 1. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, by D. Salvatore, Sixth Edition, OUP, 2008 2. Managerial Economics, Truett & Truett, Wiley Publication. 3. Managerial Economics, by Petersen Craig H. Cris Lewis and S.K. Jain, Pearson, 2007 4. Modern Micro Economics, , Koutsoyiannis, (1975) , A, Macmillan Press 5. Managerial Economics, Mehta, P. L (1999), Sultan Chand & Sons 6. Principles of Microeconomics, Mankiw, N. G (2006), Cengage Learning 7. Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. G, (2009), Worth Publishers 8. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, Dwivedy, D.N (2007), Tata McGraw Hill 9. Macroeconomics, DSouza, E (2008), Pearson Education 10. Macroeconomic Analysis, Shapiro, E (2003), Galgotia Publications 11. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice Hankey N, Shogren J F, and White B 1999 Macmillan Indian Limited 12. Indian Economy, Mishra & Puri (2011), Himalaya Publishing House

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MGFM1101 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3-1-0)


Course Objective: This course Accounting for Managers has been designed to enable the students to acquire the skills necessary to prepare, use, interpret and analyze financial information. Module 1 Accounting Environment of business, Corporate Entities: Salient Features, GAAP: Concepts, Conventions, Assumptions, Accounting Equation: Tool to understand business decisions, Financing Decisions/Investment Decisions/Operating Decisions, Accounting Equation Financial Statements, Balance Sheet/Income Statement/Cash Flow Statement, Financing Decisions and Financial Statement, Module 2 Equity Instruments: Equity and Preference Capital, Debt Instruments: Debentures/ Bonds/ Loans, Dividend and Interest payment, Investment Decision and Financial Statements, Fixed Assets:/Inventory Valuation/Investment , Operating Decisions and Financial Statements, Revenue Recognition, Expenses, Profit: Gross Profit/PBDITA/PBIT/PBT/PAT, Interrelationship between Financial statements Module 3 Financial Statement Analysis: common size statements, ratio analysis, Du pont analysis, Inter-firm and intra-firm comparison, reading CFS Module 4 Cost Concepts and decision making, Overheads, CVP analysis. Preparation of Cost Sheets using excels, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Variance analysis, Activity based costing (ABC), cost & pricing A group project work will be given to students to analyse an industry and track market price movement. Books & Reference:

1. Financial Accounting -- A managerial Perspective, R. Narayanswamy, PHI 2. Cost Accounting- A managerial Emphasis by Horn green, Dater and Foster. 3. Khan & Jain Management Accounting, TMH. 4. Horngren ,Datar, Foster- Cost Accounting, Pearson. 5. Financial Accounting, Jain/Narang/Agrawal, Kalyani. 6. Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Shah, Oxford.

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SESSIONALS/PRACTICALS PCME2106 MATERIAL TESTING & METALLURGY LABORATORY (0-0-3)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 equilibrium of Coplanar forces Moment of Inertia of Fly wheel Tensile Test Compression Test Hardness Test Torsion Test Impact test Spring test Deflection of Cantilever & Simply Supported beams Study of Microstructure of ferrous & Non ferrous materials

PCME 2107 Machine Drawing & AUTOCAD Laboratory (0-0-3)

Orthographic and Sectional drawing of Machine components: (Any seven) Screw threads, Screwed fastenings, Turn Buckle, Keys, Cotter joints and Knuckle joints; Pulley; Flanged coupling, Pedestal Bearing or Plummer Block. Fundamentals of AutoCAD (Two classes) 1. Dimension & annotations 2. Use of Layers 3. Working with constraint in dimension 4. Creating assembly 5. Axi-symmetrical parts 6. Creating surface features

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7. Working with bill of material Drawing of the following using AUTOCAD: (Any two) 1. Projection of solids 2. Nut & bolt and Fasteners 3. Cotter joint 4. Expansion joint 5. Shaft coupling Text Books: 1. Machine Drawing by N.D.Bhatt, V.M.Panchal, Charotar Publishing House. 2. Machine Drawing by N.D.Junarkar, Pearson Education 3. Machine Drawing with AutoCAD by Goutam Pohit and Goutam Ghosh, Pearson Education 4. Machine Drawing includes AutoCAD by Ajeet Singh, Tata MacGraw Hill Reference Books: 1. Machine Drawing by K.L.Narayana, P.Kannaiah, K.Venkata Reddy, New Age International 2. Engineering Drawing and Graphics using AUTOCAD by T.Jayapoovan, Vikas Publishing 3. Engineering Drawing by N.D.Bhatt, Charotar 4. Engineering Drawing and Graphics + AutoCAD by K.Venugopal, New Age International

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HUMG2109 CORPORATE COMMUNICATION LABORATORY (0-0-3)

OBJECTIVE: This course is designed to prepare the heart and mind of talented graduates with confidence to acquire their dream job by building their mindset with powerful attitude, self awareness, pro-activeness, right emotional strength and skills to handle job entry hurdles. The emphasis is on communication style in professional (work-related) situations of the kind that students may expect to encounter on entering the professional domain.

TREATMENT: Presentations through audio visual aids, corporate talks by resource persons, role plays, quiz, written exercises, discussions and mini tests.

A student is required to take up five lab tests of 100 marks- three tests in spoken mode and two tests in written mode.

The following illustrative list will help to achieve the desired goal.

CORPORATE CULTURE Lab 1: Introduction to Corporate Life Lab 2: Identifying Traits for Professional and Interpersonal Success Lab 3: Learning Business Etiquette Lab 4: Mini Test on Email/Telephoning Etiquette and Corporate Quiz GAINING ENTRY INTO AN ORGANIZATION Lab 5: Preparing Job-Applications Lab 6: Written Test on Cover and CV

8 Hours

12 Hours

Lab 7: Facing an interview Mock Interview and Writing Job Acceptance Letter Lab 8: Participating in Group Discussion (as part of the recruitment process) - Test Lab 9.Delivering High Impact Presentation: The Commercial of Me Test

IN-HOUSE COMMUNICATION Lab 10: Role Play or Group Extempore on the Given Situations - Test

10 Hours

a.Superior/ Senior Subordinate / Junior (individual individual / group) Welcoming new entrants to the organization, introducing the workplace culture etc.

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Briefing subordinates / juniors: explaining duties and responsibilities etc. Motivating subordinates / juniors (pep talk) Instructing/ directing subordinates/ juniors Expressing / recording appreciation, praising / rewarding a subordinate or junior Reprimanding / correcting / disciplining a subordinate/junior (for a lapse) ; asking for an explanation etc.

b. Subordinate / Junior Superior / Senior Responding to the above Reporting problems / difficulties / deficiencies Offering suggestions

REFERENCE BOOKS

1.An Introduction to Professional English and soft skills by B.K Das et al., Cambridge University Press. 2.A Course in Communication Skills by P Kiranmai Dutt & etal., FOUNDATION. 3.Business Communication by Krizan. Merrier. Logan. Williams, Thomson. 4.Essentials of Business Communication, Rajendra Pal & J.S Korlahalli. 5.Oxford Writing and Speaking, The Key to Effective Communication by John Seely. 6.Soft Skills, Know Yourself and Know the world by Dr. K. Alex.

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4TH SEMESTER SYLLABUS BECH 2101 ENVIRONMENT ENGINEERING (3-1-0)

Module-I (12 HOURS)

Basic ideas of environment: Importance of environment for mankind, Ecological Concepts and Natural Resources, Biotic components, Ecosystem Process : Energy, Food Chain, Water cycle, Air cycle etc. Air pollution: Sources of air pollutants and their effects; Industrial, commercial and residential air quality air quality standard, Control measure Control equipment for particulate emissions and gaseous pollutants (ESP, Cyclone separator, bag house, catalytic converter, scrubber (ventury). Statement with brief reference). Depletion Ozone layer: Causes, effects and control measures; Green-house effect and global warming, and its consequence.

Module-II (13 HOURS)

Water pollution: Eutrophication, Characterisation of waste waters; DO, BOD and COD evaluation of waste water, waste water treatment process- pretreatment, primary and secondary treatment. Tertiary treatment definition Solid waste management: Source classification and composition of MSW, separation, storage and transportation, Reuse and recycling, Land filling, incineration, composting, Hazardous Waste Management, medical hazardous waste, treatment of hazardous waste,Integrated waste management. Noise Pollution: Cause and effect of noise pollution, noise classification, noise intensity, and noise threshold limit value, noise control.

Module-III (15 HOURS)

Waste Minimization and Life Cycle Assessment, Environmental gradients, Tolerance levels of environment factor, EU, US and Indian Environmental Law. Environment impact Assessment, Origin and procedure of EIA, preparation and review of EIS, Principle of Environmental Management System of ISO14001.

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Occupational Safety and Health Acts, Safety procedures.Type of Accidents, Chemical and Heat Burns, Prevention of Accidents involving Hazardous substances, Fire Prevention Detection, Extinguishing Fire, Electrical Safety, Product Safety.Safety Management- Safety Handling and Storage of Hazardous Materials, Corrosive Substances, Gas Cylinders, Hydro Carbons and Wastes.Personal Protective Equipments.

Text Book: 1. Environmental Engineering Irwin/ McGraw Hill International Edition, 1997, G. Kiely, CHAPTERS (2, 6, 8, 9, 14, 18, 19) 2. Industrial Safety Management, L. M. Deshmukh, Tata McGraw Hill Publication. Part-IV (10) , Part-V (A,C,D) 3. Principles of Environmental Engineering and Science, M. L. Davis and S. J. Masen, McGraw Hill International Edition, 2004 CHAPTERS (1, 4, 10, 11, 12, 15)

Reference Books 1. Environmental Engineering by Arcadio P. Sincero & Gergoria A. Sincero PHI Publication 2. Environmental Science, Curringham & Saigo, TMH, 3. Man and Environment by Dash & Mishra 4. An Introduction to Environmental Engineering and Science by Gilbert M. Masters & Wendell P. Ela PHI Publication. 5. Industrial Safety Management and Technology, Colling. D A Prentice Hall, New Delhi

PCME 2202 KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS OF MACHINES (3-1-0)


Module - I (13Lectures) 1. Mechanisms : Basic Kinematic concepts and definitions, Mechanism, Link, Kinematic Pair, Classification of kinematic pairs, Degrees of freedom, Kinematic chain, Binary Ternary and Quaternary joints and links, Degrees of freedom for plane mechanism, Grueb lers criterion, Inversion of mechanism, Four bar chains and their inversions, Single slider crank chain, Double slider crank chain and their inversion. 2. Kinematic Analysis : Determination of velocity using graphical and analytical techniques, Instantaneous centre method, Relative velocity method, Kennedy theorem, Velocity in four bar mechanism, Slider crank mechanism, Rubbing velocity at a Pin-joint. Acceleration Diagram for a slider - crank mechanism, Coriolis component of acceleration and its application.

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Module - III (14 Lectures) 3. Inertia forces in reciprocating Parts : Velocity and acceleration of piston by analytical method, Angular velocity and angular acceleration of connecting rod by analytical method and by graphical method, Kliens construction,Ritterhauss construction,bennetls construction, Piston effort, force acting along the connecting rod, Crank effort, Turning moment on crank - shaft. 4. Dynamically equivalent system, compound Pendulum, correction couple. Turning moment diagrams for different types of engines, Fluctuation of energy and fluctuation of speed.

5. Friction of a screw and nut, Square threaded screw, V-threaded screw, Pivot and collar friction, friction circle, Friction axis, Friction clutches, 6.Gear trains: simple,copound,reverted, epicyclic gear trains- their applications

Module - III (13Lectures) 7. Brakes & Dynamometers : Classification of brakes, Analysis of simple block, Band and internal expanding shoe brake, Braking of a vehicle. Absorption and transmission dynamometers, Prony brake, Rope brake, Band brake dynamometer, Belt transmission dynamometer, Torsion dynamometer. 8. Belt, rope and chain drives, Initial tension, Effect of centrifugal tension on power transmission, Maximum power transmission capacity, Belt creep and slip. Text Books 1. Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications, 3 edition Chapters ( 1; 3; 6; 7; 8; 11 and 12) 2. Theory of Machines by S.S.Rattan, Tata MacGraw Hill, 3 edition Chapters ( 1; 2; 3; 8; 9; 13 and 15)
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Reference 1. A Textbook of Theory of Machines by R. K. Bansal, Laxmi Publication Chapters ( 1; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 10) 2. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery by Charles E. Wilson and J.Peter Saddler, Pearson Education 3. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (India Edition) by John J. Uicker Jr., Gordon R. Pennock and Joseph E. Shigley, Oxford University Press 4. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms by P.L.Ballaney, Khanna Publishers 5. Mechanism and Machine Theory by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukipatti, New Age International

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6. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by C.S.Sharma and K.Purohit, Prentice Hall of India 7. Theory of Machines by R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta, S.Chand Publication 8. Theory of Machines by Shah Jadwani, Dhanpat Rai 9. Theory of Machines by Abdulla Shariff, Dhanpat Rai Publishers 10. Theory of Machines by Sadhu Singh, Pearson Education

PCME 2203 APPLIED FLUID MECHANICS AND HYDRAULIC MACHINES (3-1-0)


Module-I (15 Lectures) Dimensional analysis, Buckinghams method, dimensionless numbers in fluid flow, similitudes and model flows. Navier-stokes equation for viscous fluids, simplification for pipe flow and its integration for velocity distribution and energy drop, flow between parallel plates , couette flow, s tokes equation(without derivation) for laminar flow around a sphere, laminar flow in Dashpot mechanism. Turbulent flow in pipes, prandtls concept of mixing length, Equation for velocity distribution in turbulent flows in pipes, Resistance laws, smooth and rough pipes, Moody chart for commersial pipes. Module-II (12 Lectures) Boundary layer, laminar and turbulent boundary layers, momentum- integral equations for boundary layer, thickness for boundary layer and drag coefficient for same standard velocity distributions of boundary layer over a flat plate at zero incidence to flow, laminar sub boundary layer, separation of flow. Forces on immersed bodies, drag and lift on bodies, vanation of drag with Reynolds number for flow around cylinder, sphere, disc and plate held normal to flow, circulation around cylinder, Magnus effect, polar diagram for 2-D airfoil Module-III (15 Lectures) Force of jet on vane stationary and moving, Flow over a radial vane, expressions for torque and work done Hydraulic turbines, classification, features of pelton, Fransis and propeller/Kaplan turbines. Velocity diagrams, calculation for work done, size of runner, jets etc. Efficiencies of turbines, specific speed, performance characteristics selection of turbines. Pumps: centrifugal type, components and functioning, Head and efficiency, velocity triangles, cavitation, characteristics, components and functioning, effect of acceleration and function of air vessel.

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Text Books: 1. Hydraulics and fluid mechanics: P.N.MODI, S.M.SELH, standard book house Chapters ( 12; 13; 14; 17; 18; 20; 21; 22; 23 and 24) 2. Fluid mechanics : A.K. JAIN, Khanna publishers Chapters ( 5; 6; 7; 9; 10; 15 and 16)

REFERENCE BOOKS 4. Fluid mechanics and fluid machines: S.K.SOM &G.BISWAS, TMH 5. Fluid mechanics:A.K. MOHANTY,PHI 6. Fluid mechanics and turbo mechanics: M.M.DAS,PHI

PCME 2204 MANUFACTURING SCIENCE -1 (3-1-0)


Total Hours : 40 MODULE I ( 12 Lectures) Manufacturing concepts : Product cycle; Job, batch and mass production; Primary and secondary manufacturing processes. CASTING : Steps involved in making a casting . Advantage of casting and its applications. Patterns and Pattern making, Types of patterns. Materials used for patterns, pattern allowances and their construction, Principles of Gating, Gating ratio and design of Gating systems. Solidification of casting . Concept , Solidification of pure metal and alloys, short & long freezing range alloys. Risers : Types, function and design, casting design considerations, special casting processes 1) Centrifugal 2)Die, 3) Investment. Methods of Melting : Crucible melting and cupola operation, steel making processes, special.

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MODULE II ( 12 Lectures) Welding : Classification of welding process, types of welds and welded joints and their characteristics, design of welded joints, Gas welding, ARC welding, Forge welding, resistance welding, Thermit welding and Plasma (Air and water ) welding. Inert Gas welding, TIG & MIG welding, Friction welding, Induction welding, Explosive welding, Laser welding, Soldering & Brazing. Heat affected zones in welding & its effects. welding defects, causes and remedies. Destructive & nondestructive testing of welds. Cutting of Metals: Oxy Acetylene Gas cutting, water plasma. Cutting of ferrous, nonferrous metals. MODULE III ( 16 Lectures) Hot working, cold working, strain hardening, recovery, recrystallisation and grain growth, Comparison of properties of Cold and Hot worked parts. Rolling fundamentals : theory of rolling, types of Rolling mills and products. Forces in rolling and power requirements. Stamping, forming and other cold working processes : Blanking and piercing. Bending and forming. Drawing and its types: wire drawing and Tube drawing. Coining. Hot and cold spinning. Types of presses and press tools. Forces and power requirement in the above operations. EXTRUSION OF METALS : Basic extrusion process and its characteristics. Hot extrusion and cold extrusion - Forward extrusion and backward extrusion. Impact extrusion. Hydrostatic extrusion. Forging processes: Principles of forging. Tools and dies . Types Forging : Smith forging, Drop Forging , Roll forging , Forging hammers : Rotary forging , forging defects. Brief introduction to powder metallurgy : Advantages and limitations of powder metallurgy, Manufacture of metal powders, mixing & blending, compacting, sintering and secondary operations

TEXT BOOKS : 1. Manufacturing Technology / P.N. Rao/TMH Chapters (1; 6; 7.1; 7.4; 7.5; 8; 11.5; 12; 13.1; 16.2; 16.4; 16.5; 18; 19.1; 19.2; 19.3 20.1; 20.2; 20.3; 20.4; 20.6; 20.7; 21.3; 21.5;21.9; 23.1; 23.2; 24; 24.2; 24.5; 25; 25.1 25.7; 26; 27.1; 27.4; 27.5; 27.6; 287.8; 28 and 28.4;

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2. Production Technology / R.K. Jain 3. Process and materials of manufacturing :Lindberg/PE

4. Principles of Metal Castings / Roenthal. 5. Welding Process / Paramar / 6. Production Technology /Sarma P C / Chapter (20) 7. Foundry Technology by OP Khanna, Chapter (19; 23)

PCME 2205 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES & GAS TURBINES (3-1-0)


Module - I (11 hours) Introduction : Classification, Engine nomenclature, engine operating and performance parameters, Valve timing diagram of SI & CI Engines, Comparison of SI and CI engine. Modern developments in IC Engines, EGR, MPFI, CRDI, GDI, HCCI, dual fuel engine, Lean burn engine, Stratified engine (basic principles). Thermodynamic Analysis of cycles : Significance of Fuel-Air & Actual cycles of I.C. engines. Comparison with Air Standard Cycles. Analysis of Fuel-Air & Actual cycles (Effect of chemical equilibrium and variable specific heats. Effect of air fuel ratio and exhaust gas dilution. Time Loss Factor, Heat Loss Factor, Exhaust Blow down, Loss Due to Gas Exchange Processes, Volumetric Efficiency, Loss due to Rubbing Friction) Fuels :Fuels of SI and CI engine, Fuel additives, Properties, potential and advantages of alternative liquid and gaseous fuels for SI and CI engines (biofuels, LPG and CNG) Fuel Induction Techniques in IC engines : Fuel induction techniques in SI and CI engines, Mixture Requirements at Different Loads and Speeds. Carburetion: Factors Affecting Carburetion, Principle of Carburetion, Simple Carburetor and its drawbacks, Calculation of the AirFuel Ratio, Modern Carburetors.

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Module II (15 hours) Fuel Injection:Functional Requirements of an Injection System, Classification of Injection Systems, Fuel Feed Pump, Injection Pump, Injection Pump Governor, Mechanical Governor, Pneumatic Governor, Fuel Injector, Nozzle, Injection in SI Engine, Electronic Injection Systems Multi-Point Fuel Injection (MPFI) System, Functional Divisions of MPFI System, Injection Timing, Group Gasoline Injection System, Electronic Diesel Injection System. Ignition :Energy requirement for ignition, requirements of an ignition system, conventional ignition systems, modern ignition systems (TCI and CDI), firing order, Ignition timing, Spark advance mechanism, Combustion : Stages of combustion in SI and CI engines, effects of engine variables on flame propagation and ignition delay, Abnormal combustion, Preignition & Detonation, Theory of Detonation. Effect of engine variables on Detonation, control of Detonation. Diesel Knock & methods to control diesel knock, Requirements of combustion chambers. Features of different types of combustion chambers system for S.I. engine. (I-head, F-head combustion chambers), C.I. engine combustion chambers - Open and divided type, Air swirl turbulence-M. type combustion chamber. Comparison of various types of combustion chambers. Super Charging & Scavenging :Thermodynamics Cycles of supercharging. Effect of supercharging, Efficiency of supercharged engines. Methods of super charging, supercharging and scavenging of 2stroke engines. Module-III (14 hours) Testing and Performances : Power, fuel & air measurement methods, Performance characteristic curves of SI & CI engines, Performance test Heat balance sheet and chart. variables affecting performance and methods to improve engine performance. Cooling & Lubricating Systems, Engine Emission & Controls : Air cooling & water cooling systems, Effect of cooling on power output & efficiency, Properties of lubricants and different types of lubricating system. Engine Emission and control : Mechanism of pollutant formation and its harmful effects. Methods of measuring pollutants and control of engine emission. Gas Turbines : Introduction, Open and closed cycle gas turbines, Analysis of practical gas turbine cycle.

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Air Craft Propulsion : Analysis of Turbo Jet, Turbo Prop, Turbo fan & Ram jet engines. Axial Flow & Centrifugal Compressor : Basic construction of centrifugal and axial flow compressor, Velocity diagram, performance characteristics of centrifugal and axial flow compressor, effects of slip, surging and stalling on compressor. Text Books: 1. Internal Combustion Engines, V. Ganesan, TMH, 3rd edition Chapters ( 1; 3; 4; 5; 7; 8; 9; 11; 12; 14.11; 14.12; 14.13; 15; 16; 17 and 19) 2. Gas Turbines, V.Ganesan, TMH, 3rd edition Chapters ( 4; 5; 6; 7; 8 and 9) 3. Internal Combustion Engines by Mathur Sharma Chapters ( 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 9; 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 17; 18; 20 and 26) Reference books: 1. IC Engines, Mathur & Sharma 2. Fundamentals IC Engines, J.B.Heywood, McGraw Hill 3. A course in IC Engines, V.M.Domkundwar, Dhanpat rai and sons 4. Gas Turbines, Cohen and Roser 5. An Introduction to Energy Conversion, Vol.III, V.Kadambi and Manohar Prasad, New Age International 6. Fundamentals of Internal Combustion Engines, H.N.Gupta, PHI 7. Internal Combustion Engines, K.K.Ramalngam, Scitech Publications

MGOM1201 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (4-0-0)


Course Objective: The course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in planning, scheduling and control of production and operation functions in both manufacturing and services. Course Content: MODULE:1

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Operations Management- An Introduction Primary topics in Operations Management, Operations Function, and Transformation process and Competitiveness. Operations Strategy 9Strategic Decisions in Operations, Strategy Deployment, and Vertical Integration, Service Operation, Service strategy, Manufacturing Strategy and Mass customization; Product Development and Service Design New Product design, Product life cycle, Process design, Process life cycle, Form design, Functional design, Production design, Concurrent design, Technological design and Service design process. MODULE:2 Facilities Location & Layout Planning Location - Principles and Factors; Location Analysis techniques- Factor Rating, Centre of Gravity Technique, Brown & Gibson Model. Layout Concept & Basic Principles, Process Layout (Block Diagramming,Relationship Diagram, Computerized Layout Solutions, Service Layout); Product Layout Process Layout; Fixed Position Layout. Hybrid Layouts Cellular, FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System) Project Management and Scheduling Project planning, , project control, project scheduling Models Project Network, Critical path Method (CPM), Programme Evaluation Review Technique( PERT) , Project crashing and Time cost Trade-Off; Objective of Scheduling, Sequencing, Gantt charts, Advanced Planning and Scheduling System. Strategies for Managing Demand, Strategies for Managing Supply Production planning control, Aggregate planning costs and strategies. Gantt chart, Sequencing model. "n" jobs 1 machine, "n" jobs 2 machines, "n" jobs m machine

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MODULE:3 Inventory Management Concept of inventory with independent demand: Inventory cost structure Deterministic inventory model EOQ models, instantaneous receipt, Inventory model with discounts, delivery over a period of time, Periodic review and continuous review inventory model; Selective Inventory Control - ABC and VED. Quality Management Concept of quality; Quality of design, Conformance & performance; Cost of poor process performance and quality. Statistical Quality Control - Process Control (X, R & P chart), Product control-acceptance sampling and OC curve. Concept of TQM. MODULE:4 Just in Time and Lean Production Basic element in JIT, Pull system, Push system, Kanban production control system , Benefits of JIT, Jit implementation in Learning Organization, JIT in Services.topics.

Books 1. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano, Agarwal, - Operations Management, TMH 2. Aswathappa& Sridhar Bhat, - Production and Operations Management, HPH Reference: 1. Krajewski,Ritzman,Kansal, - Operations Management, Pearson 2. Everette. Adam Jr., Ronald J. Ebert, - Production and Operations Management, PHI 3. Roberta S. Russell & Bernard W. Taylor III, - Operations Management, Pearson/ PHI 4. Gaither, Frazier- Operations Management 10

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MGGM1206 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (3-1-0)


Introduction to the Course : Organizational Behavior (OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within an organization. Then it applies that knowledge to make organizations work more effectively. Course Objective : This course will expose students to gain knowledge on the diversified behavioural science theories and its applications in organizations. Pedagogy Class room lectures will be substantiated by Case Analysis, assignment and viva-voce, Demo Exercises, Movie Analysis, Games, role playing Comprehensive Course Outline : Module 1 Concept and models of OB, OB Systems- The Synergy Module - 2(Individual System) Perception, Learning and Behaviour Modification, motivation, attitude and Values, personality, emotion and stress. Module 3 (Social System) Communication, Group Dynamics, Conflict , Leadership Module - 4 (Organizational systems) Organizational power and politics, Organizational culture and climate, Organizational Change and development, International Dimensions of OB, Managing Diversity.

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Recommended Text : Robins &Sanghii, Organisational Behaviour, Pearson Aswathappa, Organization Behavior,Himalaya Reference Books : Luthans ,F. Organisational Behaviour - TMH UdaiPareek , Understanding Organisational Behaviour, Oxford Prasad,L.M. Organization Behavior,S.Chand. Greenberg and Baron, Behavior in organization, Prentice hall.

MGGM1104 ESSENTIAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT(3-1-0)


Course Objective: In today's dynamic economic environment, effective managerial decision making requires timely and efficient use of information. The basic purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the economic principles, methodologies and analytical tools that can be used in business decision making problems. It provides an understanding of the economic environment and its impact on strategy formulation. The course also focuses on the impact of economic policies on managerial decision-making by providing an understanding of fiscal policy, and national and global economic issues affecting business. The language of science (and all analytical thinking) is mathematics. Since economics is a social

science, use of some mathematical tools, basically the constrained and un-constrained optimization techniques will help in measuring and solving the basic economic problems and thus improves decisionmaking. It becomes difficult and totally un-practicable to solve business (economic) problems logically and systematically without use of mathematics. The basic objective is to solve problems mathematically and interpret the results economically. Course Content: Module-1: Introduction & Micro Economics Introduction to economics- Scarcity, Choice and Efficiency, Circular Flow of Economic Activity, Fundamental issues of what, how and for whom to produce to make the best use of economics, Economic Role of Government.

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Basic Concepts: Marginalism and Incrementalism, Functional Relationships: Total, Average and Marginal. General and partial equilibrium, Opportunity cost Demand for a commodity: Law of demand, Demand schedule and demand curve, Individual and market demand, Change in demand Consumer behavior: Analysing law of demand through Marshalian utility analysis and Indifference curve technique. Consumer Surplus Elasticity of Demand Price Elasticity of demand : Estimation, Types, Elasticity and revenue, Factors affecting price elasticity of demand Income elasticity , Cross elasticity, decisions. Analysis of Supply: Law of Supply, Supply schedule and supply curve, Change in supply, Price elasticity of supply, Equilibrium of demand and supply: Equilibrium with demand and supply curves, Effect of a shift of demand and supply curves, Rationing of prices, Impact of tax on prices and quantity, Prices fixed by law (Minimum floors and Maximum ceilings) Demand Estimation: Approaches to demand estimation, Demand Estimation by Regression Analysis. Demand Forecasting: Sources of Data (Expert opinion, Surveys, Market experiments), Time-series Analysis (trend projection and Exponential smoothening), Barometric Forecasting, Forecasting with input and output model. Production Function: Production function with one variable input, Production function with two variable inputs, optimal combination of inputs, Returns to scale Cost Theory: Types of costs, Production and cost, Short-run cost functions, Long-run cost functions, Economies of scale and scope, Learning curve, Cost-Volume-profit Analysis Perfect Competition: Characteristics, Equilibrium price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of perfect competition Monopoly: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Allocative efficiency and income redistribution, Relevance of perfect competition and monopoly Monopolistic Competition: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of Monopolistic competition Oligopoly: Characteristics, Price Rigidity(Kinked demand curve model), Interdependence (The Cournot model) and Cartels and Collusion, Price Leadership, Cost-plus Pricing, Multiple Product Pricing, Price Skimming, Penetration Pricing, Transfer Pricing and Price Discrimination Module-2: Macro Economics National Income Accounting: Concept, Eight variants of national product aggregates, Measurement (Income, Value Added and Expenditure), Real and Nominal GNP, Difficulties in measuring the Uses of different concepts elasticity in business

national income, Uses of National income statistics

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Environmental Income Accounting, Green GDP, Sustainable Development, National income and social welfare Consumption and Investment functions: Concept, Determinants, Multiplier and Accelerator Demand for Money: Classical and Keynesian theories on demand for money Supply of Money: Components of money supply, The process of Deposit Creation, Balance Sheet of the Central Bank. Aggregate Demand: The Goods Market and the IS Curve, The Money Market and the LM Curve, Form IS-LM model to the Aggregate Demand. Aggregate Supply Explaining macro-economic equilibrium through Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, Monetary Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Monetary Policy in The AD- AS Framework, CrowdingOut Controversy, Monetary policy in an open economy Fiscal Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Impact of Structural Deficits, Government Debt and Economic Growth. Interaction between monetary and Fiscal Policy Features of The Business Cycle, Definition Of Inflation, Price Indices, Prices in the AD-AS Framework, The Economic Impacts of Inflation, The Phillips Curve, Anti-Inflationary Policy Unemployment: Types, Okuns Law, Impact of Unemployment, Economic Interpretation Of Unemployment International Trade: Economic Basis For International Trade, Gains from International Trade Balance of Payment (BoP): Meaning, BoP Account, Disequilibrium in BoP, Measures to correct disequilibrium in BoP Foreign Exchange: The Determination of Foreign Exchange Rates, Floating Exchange Rate and Fixed Exchange Rates, Mundell-Fleming Model, Books & Reference: 1. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, by D. Salvatore, Sixth Edition, OUP, 2008 2. Managerial Economics, Truett & Truett, Wiley Publication. 3. Managerial Economics, by Petersen Craig H. Cris Lewis and S.K. Jain, Pearson, 2007 4. Modern Micro Economics, , Koutsoyiannis, (1975) , A, Macmillan Press 5. Managerial Economics, Mehta, P. L (1999), Sultan Chand & Sons 6. Principles of Microeconomics, Mankiw, N. G (2006), Cengage Learning 7. Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. G, (2009), Worth Publishers 8. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, Dwivedy, D.N (2007), Tata McGraw Hill 9. Macroeconomics, DSouza, E (2008), Pearson Education 10. Macroeconomic Analysis, Shapiro, E (2003), Galgotia Publications 11. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice Hankey N, Shogren J F, and White B 1999 Macmillan Indian Limited 12. Indian Economy, Mishra & Puri (2011), Himalaya Publishing House

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MGFM1101 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3-1-0)


Course Objective: This course Accounting for Managers has been designed to enable the students to acquire the skills necessary to prepare, use, interpret and analyze financial information. Module 1 Accounting Environment of business, Corporate Entities: Salient Features, GAAP: Concepts, Conventions, Assumptions, Accounting Equation: Tool to understand business decisions, Financing Decisions/Investment Decisions/Operating Decisions, Accounting Equation Financial Statements, Balance Sheet/Income Statement/Cash Flow Statement, Financing Decisions and Financial Statement, Module 2 Equity Instruments: Equity and Preference Capital, Debt Instruments: Debentures/ Bonds/ Loans, Dividend and Interest payment, Investment Decision and Financial Statements, Fixed Assets:/Inventory Valuation/Investment , Operating Decisions and Financial Statements, Revenue Recognition, Expenses, Profit: Gross Profit/PBDITA/PBIT/PBT/PAT, Interrelationship between Financial statements Module 3 Financial Statement Analysis: common size statements, ratio analysis, Du pont analysis, Inter-firm and intra-firm comparison, reading CFS Module 4 Cost Concepts and decision making, Overheads, CVP analysis. Preparation of Cost Sheets using excels, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Variance analysis, Activity based costing (ABC), cost &

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pricing A group project work will be given to students to analyse an industry and track market price movement. Books & Reference: 1. Financial Accounting -- A managerial Perspective, R. Narayanswamy, PHI 2. Cost Accounting- A managerial Emphasis by Horn green, Dater and Foster. 3. Khan & Jain Management Accounting, TMH. 4. Horngren ,Datar, Foster- Cost Accounting, Pearson. 5. Financial Accounting, Jain/Narang/Agrawal, Kalyani. 6. Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Shah, Oxford.

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SESSIONALS/PRACTICALS PCME 2207 IC ENGINES LABORATORY (0-0-3)

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Study of Two/Four stroke petrol/diesel engine. Determination of volumetric efficiency of reciprocating air-compressor. Port timing diagram of Two-stroke petrol/diesel engines. Valve timing diagram of four-stroke petrol/diesel engines. Load test on petrol Engine. Load test on diesel engine Morse test on multi-cylinder petrol/diesel engine. Heat Balance study of petrol/diesel engine. Exhaust Emission Analysis of I.C. Engines. Study of differential and transmission system of automobile. Study of 4-speed/5-speed gear box of automobile. Study of electric circuit and ignition system of automobile. Study of Modern carburettor Preparation & Testing of Bio-Diesel

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PCME 2208 FLUID MECHANICS & HYDRAULIC MACHINES LABORATORY (0-0-3)


Verifications of Bernoullis equation through a convergent and divergent passage. Friction flow through Pipes Determination of Metacentric Height Flow through Orifice meter Flow through Small orifice Determination of Co-efficient of Discharge through V-notch Experiments on impact of Jets Experiments on performance of centrifugal pump Experiments on performance of reciprocating pump Performance characteristics of Gear Pump. Experiments on performance of Francis Turbine Experiments on performance of Pelton Turbine Experiments on performance of Kaplan Turbine Model study of Turbine Runners and Pump impellers

PCME 2209 WORKSHOP PRACTICE LABORATORY (0-0-3)


i. A job on lathe with taper turning, thread cutting, knurling and groove cutting ii. Gear cutting (with index head) on milling m/c iii. Working with shaper, planer and slotting m/c iv. Working with surface/ cylindrical grinding v. TIG/ MIG welding, gas cutting

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Centurion University Of Technology & Management Department Of Mechanical Engineering Course Structure For 3rd Year B.Tech Programme 5th Semester 6th Semester Theory Theory Code Subject L T P Credit Code Subject L T P Credit Advanced PCME Machine PCME 3 1 0 4 Mechanics of 3 1 0 4 3101 Dynamics 3201 Solids Advanced PCME PCME Machine Design 3 1 0 4 Machining 3 1 0 4 3102 3202 Processes PCME Metal Cutting & PCME 3 1 0 4 Heat Transfer 3 1 0 4 3103 Manufacturing 3203 Professional Elective-1 (Any One) Professional Elective-2 (Any One) PEME Computer Aided PEME Automobile 3104 Design 3204 Engineering Computer PEME Theory of Metal PEME Integrated 3105 Cutting 3 1 0 4 3205 3 1 0 4 Manufacturing Mechanical Quality PEME PEME Measurements & Management& 3106 3206 Control Reliability Free Elective-1 3 1 0 4 Free Elective-2 3 1 0 4 Management Core-3 Management Core-4 Production and Production and MGOM MGOM Operations Operations 1201 1201 Management Management MGGM Organizational MGGM Organizational 1206 Behavior 1206 Behavior 3 1 0 4 3 1 0 4 Essential Essential MGGM MGGM Economics For Economics For 1104 1104 Management Management MGFM Accounting For MGFM Accounting 1101 Managers 1101 For Managers Theory Credits 24 Theory Credits 24 Practical /Sessional Practical /Sessional PCME Machine PCME Heat Transfer 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2 3107 Dynamics Lab 3207 Lab PCME CAD/CAM/CAE PCME Production 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2 3108 Lab 3208 Drawing Lab HUMG Corporate PCME Computational 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2 3109 Readiness Lab 3209 Lab Practical /Sessional Credits 6 Practical /Sessional Credits 6 Total Semester Credits 30 Total Semester Credits 30 Total Cumulative Credits 152 Total Cumulative Credits 182 Total Contact Hours 33 Total Contact Hours 33
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5TH SEMESTER PCME 3101


Module I (15 hours) Mechanisms with lower pairs: Motor Vehicle Steering Gears - Davis Steering Gear & Ackermann Steering Gear, Hookes Joint. Gyroscope: Concept on Gyroscopic Couple for Plane Disc & Two-bladed airscrew, Effect of Gyroscopic Couple on Ships & Aeroplanes, Stability of Two Wheelers and Four Wheelers. Analysis on bearing reactions due to Forced Precession of Rotating Disc mounted on Shafts, Introduction on Gyroscopic Stabilisation.

Machine Dynamics

(3-1-0)

Module II (15 hours) Cams: Types of cams, Types of followers, Types of follower motions - Simple Harmonic, Uniform Velocity and Constant Acceleration & Retardation Types, Analysis for Displacement, velocity and Acceleration of Follower, Generation of Cam Profiles by Graphical Method, Introduction on Cams with specified contours. Governors: Centrifugal Governors - Watt, Porter, Proell and Spring Loaded Governor of Hartnell type, Controlling Force & Controlling Force Curve, Sensitiveness, Stability, Isochronism, Hunting, Governor Effort and Power, Effect of Friction & Coefficient of insensitiveness. Module III (20 hours) Balancing: Static and Dynamic Balancing, Balancing of Single Rotating Mass by Balancing Masses in Same plane and in Different planes. Balancing of Several Rotating Masses rotating in Same plane and in Different planes. Effect of Inertia Force due to Reciprocating Mass on Engine Frame, Partial balance of single cylinder engines. Undamped free vibration of single degree freedom systems: Modelling of Vibrating Systems, Evaluation of natural frequency differential equation, Energy & Rayleighs methods, Equivalent systems. Damped free vibration of single degree freedom systems: Different types of damping, Concept of critical damping and its importance, study of vibration response of viscous damped systems for cases of under damping, critical damping and over damping, Logarithmic decrement. Undamped vibration of two degree freedom systems: Free vibration of spring coupled and mass coupled systems, Longitudinal, Torsional and transverse vibration of two degree freedom systems

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Text Books 1. Theory of Machines by Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications 2. Theory of Machines by S.S.Rattan, Tata MacGraw Hill 3. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by A..Ghosh and A..K..Mallik, EWP

Reference 1. Kinematics & Dynamics of Machinery-Charles E. Wilson &J.PeterSaddler,Pearson Ed. 2. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms by John J. Uicker Jr., Gordon R. Pennock and Joseph E. Shigley, Oxford University Press 3. Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery by R.L.Norton, Tata MacGraw Hill 4. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms by P.L.Ballaney, Khanna Publishers 5. Mechanism and Machine Theory by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukipatti, New Age International 6. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by C.S.Sharma and K.Purohit, PHI 7.Theory of Machines by R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta, S.Chand Publication 8. Theory of vibration with Applications: W.T. Thomson and Marie Dillon Dahleh, Pearson Education 5thed. 2007. 9. Introductory Course on theory and Practice of Mechanical Vibrations. J.S. Rao& K. Gupta, New Age International Publication, New Delhi, 2007.

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PCME3102 Machine Design (3-1-0)


[Only specified data book as mentioned in the syllabus is permitted during examination] Module-I (14 hours) Stages in design, Standardization, Interchangeability, Preferred numbers, Fits and Tolerances, Engineering materials, Ferrous, Non-ferrous, Non-metals, Indian standard specifications for Ferrous materials, Fundamentals of Machine Design, Allowable stress, Factor of safety. Design of Joints: Riveted joints, Boiler joints, Welded and bolted joints based on different types of loading. Design of Cotter joints with socket and spigot, with a Gib. Design of knuckle joint. Illustrative problems with solutions

Module-II (14 hours) Design of keys and pins, Suck key, Feather key, Taper pin. Illustrative problems with solutions. Design of shaft couplings : Rigid Flange coupling, Flexible Flange coupling. Design of leaf springs: Cantilever and semi-elliptical types. Illustrative problems with solutions.

Module-III (22 hours) Design of Gears- Spur, Helical, Power screw design with square thread, such as screw jack. Illustrative problems with solutions. Design of Engine components : Cylinder, Piston, Connecting Rod, Crank Shaft. Design of Journal bearing, Roller bearing

TEXT BOOKS: 1. Mechanical Engineerng Design, J.E.Shigley, C.R.Mischke, R.G.Budynas and K.J.Nisbett, TMH 2. Machine Design, P.Kanaiah, Scietech Publications REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Design of Machine Elements, V.B. Bhandari, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., New Delhi, Edition 2007. 2. Machine Design, P.C.Sharma and D.K.Agrawal, S.K.Kataria& Sons 3. Machine Design, Pandya and Shah, Charotar Book Stall 4. Machine Design, Robert L. Norton, Pearson Education Asia, 2001. 5. Machine Design, A CAD Approach: Andrew D Dimarogonas, John Wiley Sons, Inc, 2001. 6. Fundamentals of Machine Component Design, Robert C. Juvinall and Kurt M Marshek, Wiley
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India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 3 Edition, 2007 7. A Text Book of Machine Design, R.S.Khurmi and J.K.Gupta, S.Chand Publication 8. Machine Design, H.Timothy and P.E.Wentzell, Cengage Learning 9. Computer Aided Analysis and Design, S.P.Regalla, I.K.International Publishing

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DESIGN DATA HAND BOOKS: 1. P.S.G.Design Data Hand Book, PSG College of Tech Coimbature
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2. Design Data Hand Book, K. Lingaiah, McGraw Hill, 2 Ed. 2003.3. Design Hand Book by S.M.Jalaluddin ;Anuradha Agencies Publications .

PCME3103 Metal Cutting & Manufacturing


MODULE I (20 Hours) Introduction to machining: purpose, definition & requirements, objectives of machining and their constraints, Orthogonal and Oblique cutting. Geometry of cutting tools: Single point cutting tool geometry, nomenclature of cutting tools in ASA and ORS and NRS system. Conversion of tool geometry of single point cutting tools. Mechanism of chip formation, Types of chips, Geometry & characteristics of continuous chip formation: chip reduction coefficient, shear angle, cutting strain, BUE formation. Mechanics of machining: Analysis and estimation of cutting forces under orthogonal cutting using Merchants Circle Diagram.Tool wear and tool life, Factors effecting surface integrity of machined products. Cutting tool materials, Cutting fluids. Economy and eco-friendliness in machining, MODULE II (15 Hours) Principles of generation of surfaces, Generatrix and Directrix. Machine tools: definitions, configuration of common machine tools like: centre lathe, shaper, planner, slotting machine, drilling machine and milling machine. Bulk machining processes: Shaping, planning and slotting: their process description, types of surfaces generated, estimation of machining time. Turning: process description, types, machining time calculations, methods of thread turning and taper turning with basic problems, Drilling and boring: processes descriptions, types of drilling and associated drills used, estimation of machining time. Milling: process description with classifications, estimation of machining time, different methods of indexing with problems, MODULE-III (15 Hours) Precision Machining Processes: Broaching: process description, different parts of a broach, estimation of peak broaching load. Reaming & Tapping: process description and typical applications, different parts of reamer and tap.

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Abrasive Machining: Grinding: process description, types, mechanics of grinding, grinding wheel characteristics & specification, Different types of abrasives and selection of a grinding wheel. Micro-finishing & Super finishing processes: Honing, Lapping, Deburring, polishing, buffing and super finishing. TEXT BOOKS : 1. Machining and Machine Tools, A. B. Chattopadhyay, Wiley-India. 2. Production Technology by R.K. Jain and S.C. Gupta. 3. Production Technology by H.M.T. (Hindustan Machine Tools). 4. Fundamentals of Metal Machining and Machine Tools by Geoffrey Boothroyd, McGraw-Hill 5. Metal Cutting-Theory and Practice by Amitabha Bhattacharya, Central Book 6. Production Engineering by P.C. Sharma, S. Chand and Company. Publishers.

REFERENCES: 1. Machine Tools C.Elanchezhian and M. Vijayan / Anuradha Agencies Publishers. 2. Workshop Technology B.S.RaghuVanshi Vol II

PEME3104 Computer Aided Design (3-1-0)


MODULE-1 Unit I: Design Process (5 Hours) Introduction to CAD-Benefits of CAD-Reasons for Implementing CAD-Historicaldevelopment-Design Process-Conventional and Computer representations of Drawings andDiagrams, its strength and weaknesses-Product cycle - Sequential and concurrent engineering Unit-II: Computer Graphics, Basic Concepts And Systems. (10 Hours) Origin of computer Graphics, Fundamentals of Computer Hardware- interactive graphicdisplay- Graphic systems. Display devices- Hard copy devices- interactive graphic input &output devices display processors. Introduction and study of various Operating systems likeUnix ,Windows ,MS-DOS . MODULE-2 Unit-III: Transformation ( 5Hours) 2D , 3D transformations - Translation , Rotation , Scaling - Concatenation Solid Modeling (10Hours) Geometric Modeling - Wireframe, Surface and Solid models - CSG and B-REP Techniques -Features of SoildModeling Packages - Parametric and features - Interfaces to drafting,Design Analysis. Unit-IV: Techniques for Geometric Modeling (10 Hours)

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Representation of curves - Bezier curves - Cubic spline curve - B-Spline curves Rationalcurves Surface Modeling techniques - surface patch - Coons patch - bi-cubic patch Bezierand B-spline surfaces

MODULE-3 Unit-V: Graphics Standards for CAD (10 Hours) Need of Graphics and computer standards -Standardization in Graphics-Graphics KernelSystem, OGLData Exchange standards-STL - IGES-STEP-CALS-DXF- Network fundamentals -WAN, LAN Emerging Trends In CAD (10Hours) Reverse Engineering -Re-engineering -Rapid prototyping-Concurrent engineering and

designmethodology-Product Data Management & application

Text Book: 1. Ibrahim Zeid, " CAD - CAM Theory and Practice ", Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., 2005. 2. Sadhu Singh, " Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing ", Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, 1998. References: 1. P.Radhakrishnan and C.P.Kothandaraman, " Computer Graphics and Design ", DhanpatRai and Sons, New Delhi, 2003. 2. Groover and Zimmers, " CAD / CAM : Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2002. 3. V.Ramamurthi, " Computer Aided Mechanical Design and Analysis ", TataMcGraw Hill Publishing Co Ltd., 1998. 4. Kunwoo Lee, Principles of CAD/CAM/CAE Systems, Addison Wesley, 2005 PEME 3105 MODULE-1 (20HOURS) Unit 1: Introduction Basic mechanism of chip formation-types of chips-Chip breaker-Orthogonal VsObliquecutting- force and velocity relationship and expression for shear plane angle in orthogonalcutting-Energy Consideration in machining-Modern theories in Mechanics of cutting -Review of Merchant and Lee Shaffer Theoriescritical comparison. Unit II: Tool Nomenclature and Cutting Forces Nomenclature of single point tool - Systems of tool Nomenclature and Conversion of rakeangles Nomenclature of multi point tools like drills, milling cutters and broaches.Forcesinturning, drilling and milling - specific cutting pressure- measurement of cutting forces. MODULE-2 (15 HOURS) 3-1-0

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Unit III: Thermal Aspects of Machining Thermodynamics of chip formation - Heat distributions in machining-Effects of variousparameters on temperature - Method of temperature measurement in machining Hotmachining - cutting fluids.

Unit IV: Tool Materials, Tool Life and Tool Wear Essential requirements of tool materials - Developments in tool materials-ISO specificationsfor inserts and tool holders-Tool life- optimum tool life - Conventional and accelerated toollife tests- Concepts of machinability and machinability index - Economics of machining

MODULE-3 (15 HOURS) Unit V:Wear Mechanisms and Chatter in Machining: Reasons for failure of cutting tools and forms of wear-mechanisms of wear - chatter inmachining - Factors effecting chatter in machining - types of chatters-Mechanism of chatterbased on Force Vs Speed graph, Mechanism of grinding - Various parameters affectinggrinding process

Text Books: 1. Shaw .M.C., " Metal cutting Principles ",Oxford clarendon Press,1984. 2. Juneja.B.L and Sekhon.G.S- " Fundamentals of metal cutting and machine tools", International(p) Ltd., 1995. 3. Bhattacharya. - " Metal Cutting Theory and Practice ", New central Book Agency pvt. Ltd., Calcutta1984. References: 1. Venkatesh .V.C. &Chandrasekharan.H. Experimental Techniques in Metal cutting", Prentice Hall of India, 1982. 2. Xing Sheng LI & Low I.M., Editors Advanced Ceramic Transtech Publications, 1994. 3. Kuppuswamy.G.- "Principles of metal cutting", Universities Press(India)Ltd., 1996 4. Boothroy.D.G. and Knight. W.A "Fundamentals of Machining and Machine tools", Marcel Dekker, New York, 1989 New Age

PEME 3106 Module I(20 Hours)

Mechanical Measurements & Control

Introduction to Instruments and their Representation: Typical Applications of Instrument Systems, Functional Elements of a Measurement System, Brief Description of the Functional Elements of the Instruments, Classification of Instruments, Microprocessor -Based Instrumentation, Standards and Calibration.

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Static and Dynamic Characteristics of Instruments: Static Performance Parameters, Impedance Loading and Matching, Selection and Specifications of Instruments, Dynamic Response, and Compensation.

Basic detector transducer elements: Electrical transducer, Sliding Contract devices, Variableinductance transducer elements, the differential transformer, Variable-reluctance transducers, capacitive transducers. The piezoelectric effect, photo-electric transducer, electronic transducer element. Indicating, Recording and Display Elements: Meter Indicators. The vacuum tube voltmeter, CRO, Electronic Switch, CRO recording techniques, Oscillographs. Digital Recorders

Module II (15 Hours) Measurement of Displacement: Theory and construction of various transducers to measure displacement Piezo electric, Inductive, capacitance, resistance, ionization and Photo electric transducers, Calibration Procedures. Measurement of Temperature: Classification Ranges Various Principles of measurement Expansion, Electrical Resistance Thermistor Thermocouple Pyrometers Temperature Indicators. Measurement of Pressure: Units classification different principles used. Manometers, Piston, Bourdon pressure gauges, Bellows Diaphragm gauges. Low pressure measurement Thermal conductivity gauges ionization pressure gauges, McLeod pressure gauge. Measurement of Level: Direct method Indirect methods capacitive, ultrasonic, magnetic, cryogenic fuel level indicators Bubler level indicators. Flow Measurement:Rotameter, magnetic, Ultrasonic, Turbine flow meter, Hot wire anemometer, Laser Doppler Anemometer (LDA). Measurement Of Speed: Mechanical Tachometers Electrical tachometers Stroboscope, Noncontact type of tachometer Measurement of Force, Torque and Power- Elastic force meters, load cells, Torsion meters, Dynamometers.

Module III (15 Hours) Description of open and closed loop control systems and their block diagrams. Use of block diagram and signal flow graph to find overall transfer function.1st and 2nd order systems and their response to step and sinusoidal input, error analysis, static and dynamic error coefficients.Routhsstability criterion. The Root-Locus method, Bode Plot and Nyquist plot, Gain margin and phase margin.

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Textbooks 1. Instrumentation Measurement and Analysis, B.C.Nakra and KK.Chaudhry, Tata McGraw Hill, Third Edition. 2. Measurement Systems: Applications & design by D.S Kumar. 3. Mechanical Measurements / Beck With, Marangoni,Linehard, PHI / PE

Reference: 1. Mechanical Measurements, T.G. Beckwith and N. Lewis Buck, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co. 2. Modern Control Engineering, K.K. Ogata, prentice Hall India 3. Measurement systems: Application and design, Doeblin Earnest. O. Adaptation by Manik and Dhanesh/ TMH 4. Instrumentation and Control systems/ S.Bhaskar/ Anuradha Agencies. 5. Experimental Methods for Engineers / Holman. 6. Mechanical and Industrial Measurements / R.K. Jain/ Khanna Publishers. 7. Instrumentation & mech. Measurements by A.K. Tayal, Galgotia Publications 8. Instrumentation, measurement & analysis by B.C.Nakra&K.K.Choudhary, TMH 9. Mechanical Measurements /sahani

MGOM1201 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (4-0-0)


Course Objective: The course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in planning, scheduling and control of production and operation functions in both manufacturing and services. Course Content: MODULE:1 Operations Management - An Introduction Primary topics in Operations Management, Operations Function, and Transformation process and Competitiveness. Operations Strategy 9Strategic Decisions in Operations, Strategy Deployment, and Vertical Integration, Service Operation, Service strategy, Manufacturing Strategy and Mass customization; Product Development and Service Design New Product design, Product life cycle, Process design, Process life cycle, Form design, Functional design, Production design, Concurrent design, Technological design and Service design process. MODULE:2 Facilities Location & Layout Planning

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Location - Principles and Factors; Location Analysis techniques- Factor Rating, Centre of Gravity Technique, Brown & Gibson Model. Layout Concept & Basic Principles, Process Layout (Block Diagramming, Relationship Diagram, Computerized Layout Solutions, Service Layout); Product Layout Process Layout; Fixed Position Layout. Hybrid Layouts Cellular, FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System) Project Management and Scheduling Project planning, , project control, project scheduling Models Project Network, Critical path Method (CPM), Programme Evaluation Review Technique( PERT) , Project crashing and Time cost Trade-Off; Objective of Scheduling, Sequencing, Gantt charts, Advanced Planning and Scheduling System. Strategies for Managing Demand, Strategies for Managing Supply Production planning control, Aggregate planning costs and strategies. Gantt chart, Sequencing model. "n" jobs 1

machine, "n" jobs 2 machines, "n" jobs m machine MODULE:3 Inventory Management Concept of inventory with independent demand: Inventory cost structure Deterministic inventory model EOQ models, instantaneous receipt, Inventory model with discounts, delivery over a period of time, Periodic review and continuous review inventory model; Selective Inventory Control - ABC and VED. Quality Management Concept of quality; Quality of design, Conformance & performance; Cost of poor process performance and quality. Statistical Quality Control - Process Control (X, R & P chart), Product control-acceptance sampling and OC curve. Concept of TQM. MODULE:4 Just in Time and Lean Production Basic element in JIT, Pull system, Push system, Kanban production control system , Benefits of JIT, Jit implementation in Learning Organization, JIT in Services. topics.

Books 1. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano, Agarwal, - Operations Management, TMH 2. Aswathappa& Sridhar Bhat, - Production and Operations Management, HPH Reference: 1. Krajewski,Ritzman,Kansal, - Operations Management, Pearson 2. Everette. Adam Jr., Ronald J. Ebert, - Production and Operations Management, PHI 3. Roberta S. Russell & Bernard W. Taylor III, - Operations Management, Pearson/ PHI 4. Gaither, Frazier- Operations Management 10

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MGGM1206 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (3-1-0)


Introduction to the Course : Organizational Behavior (OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within an organization. Then it applies that knowledge to make organizations work more effectively. Course Objective : This course will expose students to gain knowledge on the diversified behavioural science theories and its applications in organizations. Pedagogy Class room lectures will be substantiated by Case Analysis, assignment and viva-voce, Demo Exercises, Movie Analysis, Games, role playing Comprehensive Course Outline : Module 1 Concept and models of OB, OB Systems- The Synergy Module - 2(Individual System) Perception, Learning and Behaviour Modification, motivation, attitude and Values, personality, emotion and stress. Module 3 (Social System) Communication, Group Dynamics, Conflict , Leadership Module - 4 (Organizational systems) Organizational power and politics, Organizational culture and climate, Organizational Change and development, International Dimensions of OB, Managing Diversity.

Recommended Text : Robins &Sanghii, Organisational Behaviour, Pearson Aswathappa, Organization Behavior,Himalaya Reference Books : Luthans ,F. Organisational Behaviour - TMH UdaiPareek , Understanding Organisational Behaviour, Oxford 11 Prasad,L.M. Organization Behavior,S.Chand. Greenberg and Baron, Behavior in organization, Prentice h all.

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MGGM1104 ESSENTIAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT(3-1-0)


Course Objective: In today's dynamic economic environment, effective managerial decision making requires timely and efficient use of information. The basic purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the economic principles, methodologies and analytical tools that can be used in business decision making problems. It provides an understanding of the economic environment and its impact on strategy formulation. The course also focuses on the impact of economic policies on managerial decision-making by providing an understanding of fiscal policy, and national and global economic issues affecting business. The language of science (and all analytical thinking) is mathematics. Since economics is a social

science, use of some mathematical tools, basically the constrained and un-constrained optimization techniques will help in measuring and solving the basic economic problems and thus improves decisionmaking. It becomes difficult and totally un-practicable to solve business (economic) problems logically and systematically without use of mathematics. The basic objective is to solve problems mathematically and interpret the results economically. Course Content: Module-1: Introduction & Micro Economics Introduction to economics- Scarcity, Choice and Efficiency, Circular Flow of Economic Activity, Fundamental issues of what, how and for whom to produce to make the best use of economics, Economic Role of Government. Basic Concepts: Marginalism and Incrementalism, Functional Relationships: Total, Average and Marginal. General and partial equilibrium, Opportunity cost Demand for a commodity: Law of demand, Demand schedule and demand curve, Individual and market demand, Change in demand Consumer behavior: Analysing law of demand through Marshalian utility analysis and Indifference curve technique. Consumer Surplus Elasticity of Demand Price Elasticity of demand : Estimation, Types, Elasticity and revenue, Factors affecting price elasticity of demand Income elasticity , Cross elasticity, decisions. Analysis of Supply: Law of Supply, Supply schedule and supply curve, Change in supply, Price elasticity of supply, Equilibrium of demand and supply: Equilibrium with demand and supply curves, Effect of a shift of demand and supply curves, Rationing of prices, Impact of tax on prices and quantity, Prices fixed by law (Minimum floors and Maximum ceilings) Uses of different concepts elasticity in business

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Demand Estimation: Approaches to demand estimation, Demand Estimation by Regression Analysis. Demand Forecasting: Sources of Data (Expert opinion, Surveys, Market experiments), Time-series Analysis (trend projection and Exponential smoothening), Barometric Forecasting, Forecasting with input and output model. Production Function: Production function with one variable input, Production function with two variable inputs, optimal combination of inputs, Returns to scale Cost Theory: Types of costs, Production and cost, Short-run cost functions, Long-run cost functions, Economies of scale and scope, Learning curve, Cost-Volume-profit Analysis Perfect Competition: Characteristics, Equilibrium price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of perfect competition Monopoly: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Allocative efficiency and income redistribution, Relevance of perfect competition and monopoly Monopolistic Competition: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of Monopolistic competition Oligopoly: Characteristics, Price Rigidity(Kinked demand curve model), Interdependence (The Cournot model) and Cartels and Collusion, Price Leadership, Cost-plus Pricing, Multiple Product Pricing, Price Skimming, Penetration Pricing, Transfer Pricing and Price Discrimination Module-2: Macro Economics National Income Accounting: Concept, Eight variants of national product aggregates, Measurement (Income, Value Added and Expenditure), Real and Nominal GNP, Difficulties in measuring the

national income, Uses of National income statistics Environmental Income Accounting, Green GDP, Sustainable Development, National income and social welfare Consumption and Investment functions: Concept, Determinants, Multiplier and Accelerator Demand for Money: Classical and Keynesian theories on demand for money Supply of Money: Components of money supply, The process of Deposit Creation, Balance Sheet of the Central Bank. Aggregate Demand: The Goods Market and the IS Curve, The Money Market and the LM Curve, Form IS-LM model to the Aggregate Demand. Aggregate Supply Explaining macro-economic equilibrium through Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, Monetary Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Monetary Policy in The AD- AS Framework, CrowdingOut Controversy, Monetary policy in an open economy Fiscal Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Impact of Structural Deficits, Government Debt and Economic Growth. Interaction between monetary and Fiscal Policy Features of The Business Cycle, Definition Of Inflation, Price Indices, Prices in the AD-AS Framework, The Economic Impacts of Inflation, The Phillips Curve, Anti-Inflationary Policy

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Unemployment: Types, Okuns Law, Impact of Unemployment, Economic Interpretation Of Unemployment International Trade: Economic Basis For International Trade, Gains from International Trade Balance of Payment (BoP): Meaning, BoP Account, Disequilibrium in BoP, Measures to correct disequilibrium in BoP Foreign Exchange: The Determination of Foreign Exchange Rates, Floating Exchange Rate and Fixed Exchange Rates, Mundell-Fleming Model, Books & Reference: 1. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, by D. Salvatore, Sixth Edition, OUP, 2008 2. Managerial Economics, Truett & Truett, Wiley Publication. 3. Managerial Economics, by Petersen Craig H. Cris Lewis and S.K. Jain, Pearson, 2007 4. Modern Micro Economics, , Koutsoyiannis, (1975) , A, Macmillan Press 5. Managerial Economics, Mehta, P. L (1999), Sultan Chand & Sons 6. Principles of Microeconomics, Mankiw, N. G (2006), Cengage Learning 7. Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. G, (2009), Worth Publishers 8. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, Dwivedy, D.N (2007), Tata McGraw Hill 9. Macroeconomics, DSouza, E (2008), Pearson Education 10. Macroeconomic Analysis, Shapiro, E (2003), Galgotia Publications 11. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice Hankey N, Shogren J F, and White B 1999 Macmillan Indian Limited 12. Indian Economy, Mishra & Puri (2011), Himalaya Publishing House 13

MGFM1101 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3-1-0)


Course Objective: This course Accounting for Managers has been designed to enable the students to ac quire the skills necessary to prepare, use, interpret and analyze financial information. Module 1 Accounting Environment of business, Corporate Entities: Salient Features, GAAP: Concepts, Conventions, Assumptions, Accounting Equation: Tool to understand business decisions, Financing Decisions/Investment Decisions/Operating Decisions, Accounting Equation Financial Statements, Balance Sheet/Income Statement/Cash Flow Statement, Financing Decisions and Financial Statement, Module 2 Equity Instruments: Equity and Preference Capital, Debt Instruments: Debentures/ Bonds/ Loans, Dividend and Interest payment, Investment Decision and Financial Statements, Fixed Assets:/Inventory Valuation/Investment , Operating Decisions and Financial Statements, Revenue Recognition, Expenses, Profit: Gross Profit/PBDITA/PBIT/PBT/PAT, Interrelationship between Financial statements

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Module 3 Financial Statement Analysis: common size statements, ratio analysis, Du pont analysis, Inter-firm and intra-firm comparison, reading CFS Module 4 Cost Concepts and decision making, Overheads, CVP analysis. Preparation of Cost Sheets using excels, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Variance analysis, Activity based costing (ABC), cost & pricing .A group project work will be given to students to analyse an industry and track market price movement. Books & Reference: 1. Financial Accounting -- A managerial Perspective, R. Narayanswamy, PHI 2. Cost Accounting- A managerial Emphasis by Horn green, Dater and Foster. 3. Khan & Jain Management Accounting, TMH. 4. Horngren ,Datar, Foster- Cost Accounting, Pearson. 5. Financial Accounting, Jain/Narang/Agrawal, Kalyani. 6. Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Shah, Oxford.

PCME 3107

Machine Dynamics Lab

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Experiment on Rope brake / Band brake dynamometer Experiment on Epicyclic gear train Determination of gyroscopic couple using gyroscopic test rig. Performance characteristics of a Watt/ Porter governor Performance characteristics of a spring loaded governor Determination of critical speed of rotating shaft Experiment on static and dynamic balancing apparatus Determination of natural frequencies of un-damped as well as damped vibrating systems. Study of interference and undercutting for gear drives Experiment on Cam Analysis Apparatus. Experiment on Journal Bearing Apparatus Study of various gear trains Study of various mechanisms Experiments using universal vibrating apparatus. To verify the Dunkerleys rule. To study the forced vibration of system with damping. Load magnification factor Vs. frequency

and phase angle Vs. frequency curves. Also determine the damping factor.

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PCME 3108

CAD/CAM/CAE Lab

Drafting : 1. Development of part drawings for various components in the form of orthographic and isometric. 2. Representation of Dimensioning and tolerances scanning and plotting. 3. Study of script,DXE AND IGES FILES.

Part Modeling : 4. Generation of various 3D Models through Protrusion, revolve, shell sweep. 5. Creation of various features. 6. Study of parent child relation. 7. Feature based and Boolean based modeling surface and Assembly Modeling. 8. Study of various standard Translators. Design simple components.

ANALYSIS 9. Determination of deflection and stresses in 2D and 3D trusses and beams. 10. Determination of deflections component and principal and Von-mises stresses in planestress, plane strain and Axisymmetric components. 11. Determination of stresses in 3D and shell structures (at least one example in each case) 12. Estimation of natural frequencies and mode shapes, Harmonic response of 2D beam. 13. Steady state heat transfer Analysis of plane and Axisymmetric components.

CNC PROGRAMMING 14. Development of NC code for free form and sculptured surfaces using CAM packages. 15. Machining of simple components on CNC lathe and Mill by transferring NC Code / from a CAM package. Through RS 232. 16. Quality Control and inspection.

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CORPORATE READINESS LAB


CREDITS: 2 OBJECTIVE: This course is designed to prepare the heart and mind of talented graduates with confidence to acquire their dream job by building their mindset with powerful attitude, self awareness, proactiveness, right emotional strength and skills to handle job entry hurdles. The emphasis is on communication style in professional (work-related) situations of the kind that engineering graduates may expect to encounter on entering the professional domain.

1: CORPORATE CULTURE Lab1: Introduction to Corporate Life Lab2: Identifying traits for professional and interpersonal success Lab 3: Learning Business Etiquette II: GAINING ENTRY INTO AN ORGANIZATION Lab 5: Preparing job-applications and CVs Lab 6: Delivering high impact presentations Lab 7: Participating in group discussions (General topics)

9 Hours

21 Hours

Lab 8: Participating in group discussions (Controversial, abstract topics and case studies) Lab 9: Facing an interview Lab 10: Mock Interview

6TH SEMESTER
PCME 3201 Advanced Mechanics of Solids 3 1 0

Module I (15 hours) Elementary concept of elasticity, stresses in three dimensions, Principal Stresses, Stress Invariants, Mohrs Circle for 3-D state of stress, Octahedral Stresses, State of pure shear, Differential equations of equilibrium and compatibility conditions, plane stress. Analysis of strain, State of strain at a point, Strain Invariant, Principal Strains, Plane state of strain, Strain measurements. Theories of Failure, Various yield criteria Module II (20 hours) Energy Methods: Work done by forces and elastic strain energy stored. Reciprocal relations, Theorem of virtual work, Castiglianos theorems,

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Bending of beams: Asymmetrical bending, Shear centre, Bending of curved beams, Stress distribution in beam with rectangular, circular and trapezoidal cross section, stresses in crane hooks, ring and chain links., Deflection of thick curved bars. Axisymmetric problems: Thick walled cylinder subjected to internal and external pressures, Compound cylinders, Shrink fit, Module III (15 hours) Repeated stresses and fatigue in metals, Fatigue tests and fatigue design theory, Goodman, Gerber and Soderberg criteria, Concept of stress concentration, Notch sensitivity. Introduction to Mechanics of Composite Materials: Lamina and Laminates, Micromechanics of FRP Composites. Introduction to Fracture Mechanics: Basic modes of fracture, Fracture toughness evaluation.

Text book: 1. Advanced Mechanics of Solids, L.S. Srinath, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Advanced Mechanics of Materials :Boresi and Schmdt, Willey

Reference book:

1. Advanced Mechanics of Materials :Siley and Smith 2. Strength of Materials Vol.II, by S.Timoshenko 3. Mechanical Metallurgy by Dieter 4. Strength of Materials by G. H. Ryder, Macmillan Press 5. Mechanics of Materials by Beer and Johnston, Tata McGraw Hill 6. Mechanics of Materials by R.C.Hibbeler, Pearson Education 7. Mechanics of Materials by William F.Riley, Leroy D.Sturges& Don H.Morris, Wiley Student. 8. Mechanics of Materials by James M. Gere, Thomson Learning 9. Engineering Machanics of Solids by Egor P. Popov, Prentice Hall of India 10. Strength of Materials by S.S.Rattan, Tata McGraw Hill

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PCME 3202

Advanced Machining Processes

Module I (15 hours) Ultrasonic machining (USM): Introduction, equipment setup, tool materials & tool size, effect of abrasive slurry, applications, advantages & Disadvantages of USM. Abrasive jet machining (AJM): Introduction, equipment setup, effect of variables in AJM: Type of abrasive, standoff distance (SOD), nozzle design, Process characteristics-Material removal rate, Nozzle wear, Accuracy & surface finish. Applications, advantages & Disadvantages of AJM. Electrochemical machining (ECM): Introduction, study of ECM machine, elements of ECM process: ECM Process characteristics Material removal rate, Accuracy, surface finish, Applications, Electrochemical turning, Grinding, Honing, deburring, Advantages, Limitations. Chemical machining (CHM): Introduction, elements of process, chemical blanking process, process characteristics of CHM: material removal rate, accuracy, surface finish, Hydrogen embrittlement, advantages & application of CHM. Module II (15 Lectures) Electrical discharge machining (EDM): Introduction, mechanism of metal removal, dielectric fluid, spark generator, EDM tools (electrodes) Electrode feed control, EDM process characteristics: metal removal rate, accuracy, surface finish, Heat Affected Zone. Machine tool selection, Application, electrical discharge grinding, wire EDM. Plasma arc machining (PAM): Introduction, equipment, non-thermal generation of plasma, selection of gas, Mechanism of metal removal, PAM parameters, process characteristics. Applications, Advantages and limitations.

Laser beam machining (LBM): Introduction, equipment of LBM mechanism of metal removal, LBM parameters, Process characteristics, Applications, Advantages & limitations. Electron beam machining (EBM): Principles, equipment, operations, applications, advantages and limitation of EBM. Module III (20 Lectures) Basics of automation: Basic principles of automation; Hard Automation, Flexible Automation, Introduction to Computer Numerical Control (NC):Components of NC Machine Tools, Types of NC Machine Tools, Co-ordinate system, Types of NC system, Interpolation schemes: CNC and DNC systems. Machine structures and slide ways, Positional transducers, transmission and slide positioning systems. Adaptive Control of slide position: Optical grating, Servo system. Economics of Numerical Control.

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NC part programming and Machines: Methods of coding and programming; Manual part programming for different machining operations, Computer assisted part programming, APT language, NC part programming using CAD/CAM interface, Turning centre, Milling centre, Automatic Tool Changers (ATC), NC Tooling. Text Books: 1. Advanced Machining Processes, Vijay K. Jain, Allied Pub. (2010) 2. Computer Aided Manufacturing, P N Rao, N K Tewari, T K Kundra, Tata McGraw Hill 3. Manufacturing Science, A.Ghosh& A.K. Mallik, EWP Reference Books: 1. Modern machining process, Pandey and Shan, Tata McGraw Hill 2000

2. Manufacturing Engg. & Technology, Kalpakjian , Pearson Education

PCME 3203

Heat Transfer

Module : I Introduction (20 Hours) Introduction to conduction heat transfer, Fouriers law of conduction, thermal conduction equation derivation in Cartesian, Cylindrical and Spherical coordinates. One dimensional steady state conduction in plane wall and composite wall.Thermal contact resistance variable conductivity, thermal resistance, electrical analogy, radial systems cylinder, sphere. Overall heat transfer coefficients, critical thickness of insulation. Heat generation in plane wall, cylinder and sphere.The heat diffusion equation.One dimensional steady state conduction with and without heat generation.The plane wall Radial system. Heat Transfer from extended surfaces effectiveness efficiency. Insulation critical thickness. Transient conduction the lumped capacitance method semi infinite solid.

Steady state conduction Steady state conduction in two dimensions, conduction shape factor, numerical method of analysis. Unsteady state conduction lumped heat capacity systems, significance of Biot and Fourier numbers, transient heat flow in a semi-infinite solid, use of Heisler and Grober charts.

Module:II(15 Hours) Energy equation thermal boundary layer.Forced convection Practical correlations flow over surfaces internal flow. Natural convection, combined forced and free convection combined convection and radiation in flows.Review of hydro dynamics and thermal boundary layers. Significance of nondimensional numbers in connection.Dimensional analysis for free and forced convection. Forced Convection heat transfer over a flat plate, flow through pipes, use of empirical relations. Free

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Convection heat transfer from vertical, horizontal and inclined surfaces. Conduction and Convection systems fins with different boundary conditions

Module: III(15 Hours) Radiative heat exchange between surfaces radiation shape factor reradiating surfaces. Radiation in gases. Boiling Pool and flow boiling, correlations. Condensation modes and mechanisms correlations and problems Condensation and Boiling processes. Radiation nature of thermal radiation, black body concepts, gray body, radiation shape factor, relation between shape factors, radiation heat transfer between two surfaces. Electrical analogy, Re-radiationg surface, radiation shields. Types of heat exchangers, overall heat transfer coefficients, LMTD and NTU methods, fouling factor. Design factors problems in heat exchangers, effectiveness.

Text Books: Holman J.P., Heat andMass Transfer, Tata McGraw Hill, 8th Ed., 1989. Sachdeva, Heat and Mass Transfer, Wiley Eastern, 1986. References Heat and Mass Transfer R.K. Rajput S.Chand& Company Ltd Heat and Mass Transfer D.S.Kumar / S.K.Kataria& Sons Heat and Mass Transfer-Kondandaraman

PEME 3204

Automobile Engineering

Module I(15 Hours) Introduction: Definition of automobile, Automobile Layout.Chassis and Transmission: Introduction to Drive Train: Clutch, Gearbox, Hooks Joint, Propeller /Drive Shaft, Slip Joint, Final Drive and Differential, Front and Rear Axles, Wheels and Tires. Control systems: Introduction to Steering, and Brakes. Electrical system: Introduction to Starting System, Ignition, dynamo/alternator, cut-out and wiring. Automobile Body: Parts and Stream lining, Automobile types: Front, Rear and Four wheel drive and Automotive materials. Engine: Petrol Engines:. Performance, Combustion and Exhaust Emissions, Air pollution and their control: EGR and Catalytic Converters, EURO/Bharat Stage Norms: I, II, III, IV and V., Manifolds and Mufflers, Engine Cooling and Lubrication.

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Module II(20 Hours) Clutch: Necessity, Clutch Assembly: Construction and Working Principle. Types: Single and Multiple Plates, Free-Play, Fluid coupling/Torque converter, Clutch Troubles and Remedies. Gearbox: Necessity of Transmission and Transaxle, Construction and Working Principle, Selector Mechanism.Types: Sliding mesh, Constant mesh, Synchromesh, and Epicyclical. Three, Four and Five- Speed Gearbox, Overdrive, Automatic Gearbox, Gearbox Troubles and Remedies. Drive shaft and Final Drive: Drive Shaft: Constructional Features: Universal/Hooks Joints, Slip Joint, and Working Principle.Types of Propeller shafts, Final drive and Differential: Necessity, Constructional Features and Working Principle.Front/Rear Axles: Constructional Features and Types of Rear Axle Floating.Wheels: Disc and Drum type, Suspension System and Vehicle Control: Coil and Leaf Springs, Shock absorbers.Wheel alignment: Kingpin angle, Caster, Camber, Toe-in, and Toe-out., Necessity of vehicle control.Steering Mechanism and its Elements: Steering gear box and its types, Steering gear ratio, Constant Velocity Joints and linkages. Power Steering. Brake system: Necessity, Parking and Power Brakes, Properties of Brake Fluids. Tips for Safe Driving.

Module III(15 Hours) Electrical and Electronic Systems: Basics of Electrical/Electronic Systems: Battery, Starting system, Charging System, Lighting and Signaling System, A/C Electrical System, Electronic Engine Management system. Trouble shooting and Maintenance: Engine and Vehicle Troubles: Diagnostic Information: Symptom descriptions and their Causes and Remedies, Periodic, Preventive and Break down Maintenance: Engine tuning, Fuel and Air filters, Lubricants, Maintenance of Battery , and Tires. The Motor Vehicle Act (India).

Text Books: 1. Automotive Mechanics (10/e) - William H. Crouse and Donald L. Anglin, Tata McGraw-Hill 2. Automobile Engineering KK Jain/ RB Asthana, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd 3. Internal Combustion Engines and Air Pollution- E.F. Obert, Harper & Row International Publishers Inc., ISBN: 0-06-350561-4 4.Automobile Engineering K.K.gupta,volume-1&2 5.Automobile Engineering Kirpal Singh,volume-1&2

Reference Books: 1. Automotive Mechanics S. Srinivasan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing company Limited, 2. Internal Combustion Engines Heywood, John, B. McGraw-Hill Publications Limited. 3. Automotive Engines- S Srinivasan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Limited

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PEME 3205 MODULE-1(15Hours) Introduction

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

Objectives of a manufacturing system-identifying business opportunities and problems classification production - systems-linking manufacturing strategy and systems-analysis of manufacturing Operations. Introduction to Numerical Control Components of NC Machine Tools Types of NC Machine Tools , Co-ordinate system Types of NC system, Interpolation schemes CNC and DNC systems. Machine structures and slide ways , Positional transducers transmission and slide positioning systems. Control of slide position Optical grating, Servo system NC part programming and Machines Manual part programming - Computer assisted part programming APT language NC part programming using CAD/CAM Turning centre, Milling centre Automatic Tool Changers (ATC) NC Tooling. MODULE-2 (15Hours) Group Technology And Computer Aided Process Planning Introduction-part families-parts classification and cooling - group technology machine cells benefits of group - technology. Process planning function CAPP - Computer generated time standards. Computer Aided Planning And Control Production planning and control-cost planning and control-inventory management-Material requirements planning - (ERP)-shop floor control-Factory data collection system-Automatic identification system-barcode technology automated data collection system.

MODULE-3 Computer Monitoring (10Hours) Types of production monitoring systems-structure model of manufacturing process-process control& strategies direct digital control-supervisory computer control-computer in QC contact inspection methods non-contact inspection method - computer-aided testing integration of CAQC with CAD/CAM. Unit V Integrated Manufacturing System (10Hours) Definition - application - features - types of manufacturing systems-machine tools-materials handling system computer control system - DNC systems manufacturing cell. Flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) - the FMS concept-transfer systems - head changing FMS variable mission manufacturing system - CAD/CAM system - human labour in the manufacturing system-computer integrated manufacturing system benefits.

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Rapid prototyping - Artificial Intelligence and Expert system in CIM.

Text Books: 1. Groover, M.P., "Automation, Prodution System and CIM", Prentice-Hall of India,1998. References: 1. David Bedworth, "Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing", TMH, NewDelhi, 1998. 2. YoremKoren, "Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems", McGraw Hill, 1983. 3. Ranky, Paul G., "Computer Integrated Manufacturing", Prentice Hall International1986. 4. R.W. Yeomamas, A. Choudry and P.J.W. Ten Hagen, "Design rules for a CIM system", North Holland Amsterdam, 1985. PEME 3206

Quality Management & Reliability

[3-1-0]

MODULE-1 (20 HOURS) Introduction: definition of quality, method of control chance, causes, assignable causes, SQC benefits and limitations. Total Quality Management: quality assurance, quality circles, Bench marking, Strategic quality planning , Quality policy deployment, Quality function deployment, Standardization, Designing for quality, Manufacturing for quality. Steps for TQM implementation: KAIZEN, 5S, JIT, POKAYOKE, Six sigma: fundamental concepts, normal curve, measure of dispersion. Theory of control charts, sample as an estimate of universe process control, control chart for variables X bar and R charts, standard deviation charts, , control charts for attributes, fraction defectives and number of defective charts. control chart for non- conformities- C and U charts. Process capability: Definition and analysis.

MODULE-2 (15 Hours) Acceptance sampling- fundamental concepts and terms, OC curves, AQL, LTPD, AOQL sampling plans, simple, double, multiple and sequential sampling plans, stratified example for variables, Dodge roaming sampling plans, Bulk sampling- problems using Dodge roaming and BIS code books. ISO 9000: Need for ISO 9000 system, Advantages, Clauses of ISO 9000, Implementation of ISO 9000, Quality costs, Quality auditing. Taguchi methods- Introduction to offline Quality control methods. Case studies-Online quality control methods, loss function applications Problems, failure mode effect analysis.

MODULE-3 (15 HOURS) Reliability : definition, mean failure rate, mean time for failure, mean time between failure, hazard rate, hazard models. Constant hazard, linearly increasing hazard, weibulls model. System reliability, series

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parallel and mixed configuration simple problems, failure mode effect analysis, Environmental testing, accelerated life testing. Reliability improvement redundancy, element, unit and stand by redundancy, reliability allocation for a series system. Maintainability and availability.System downtime, reliability and maintainability.Simple problems.

Text books 1. Total Quality Management, Subburaj, Ramasamy, Tata McGraw-Hill 2. Srinath.L.S, Reliability Engineering Affiliated East west press, New delhi 1973 3. Grantt, Statistical Quality Control ,McGraw Hill, ISE 1990 Reference books 1. Tapan.P.Bagchi, Taguchi methods explained Practical steps to robust designPrentice Hall of India 1993 2. Douglas. C. Montgomery, Principles of quality control, John wiley, 1991 3. Taguchi et al- Quality Engineering in production systems TMH 1989

MGOM 1201 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (4-0-0)


Course Objective: The course is designed to acquaint the students with decision making in planning, scheduling and control of production and operation functions in both manufacturing and services. Course Content: MODULE:1 Operations Management- An Introduction Primary topics in Operations Management, Operations Function, and Transformation process and Competitiveness. Operations Strategy 9Strategic Decisions in Operations, Strategy Deployment, and Vertical Integration, Service Operation, Service strategy, Manufacturing Strategy and Mass customization; Product Development and Service Design New Product design, Product life cycle, Process design, Process life cycle, Form design, Functional design, Production design, Concurrent design, Technological design and Service design process. MODULE:2 Facilities Location & Layout Planning Location - Principles and Factors; Location Analysis techniques- Factor Rating, Centre of Gravity Technique, Brown & Gibson Model. Layout Concept & Basic Principles, Process Layout (Block Diagramming, Relationship Diagram, Computerized Layout Solutions, Service Layout); Product Layout Process Layout; Fixed Position Layout. Hybrid Layouts Cellular, FMS (Flexible Manufacturing System)

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Project Management and Scheduling Project planning, , project control, project scheduling Models Project Network, Critical path Method (CPM), Programme Evaluation Review Technique( PERT) , Project crashing and Time cost Trade-Off; Objective of Scheduling, Sequencing, Gantt charts, Advanced Planning and Scheduling System. Strategies for Managing Demand, Strategies for Managing Supply Production planning control, Aggregate planning costs and strategies. Gantt chart, Sequencing model. "n" jobs 1 machine, "n" jobs 2 machines, "n" jobs m m achine MODULE:3 Inventory Management Concept of inventory with independent demand: Inventory cost structure Deterministic inventory model EOQ models, instantaneous receipt, Inventory model with discounts, delivery over a period of time, Periodic review and continuous review inventory model; Selective Inventory Control - ABC and VED. Quality Management Concept of quality; Quality of design, Conformance & performance; Cost of poor process performance and quality. Statistical Quality Control - Process Control (X, R & P chart), Product control-acceptance sampling and OC curve. Concept of TQM. MODULE:4 Just in Time and Lean Production Basic element in JIT, Pull system, Push system, Kanban production control system , Benefits of JIT, Jit implementation in Learning Organization, JIT in Services. topics.

Books 1. Chase, Jacobs, Aquilano, Agarwal, - Operations Management, TMH 2. Aswathappa& Sridhar Bhat, - Production and Operations Management, HPH Reference: 1. Krajewski,Ritzman,Kansal, - Operations Management, Pearson 2. Everette. Adam Jr., Ronald J. Ebert, - Production and Operations Management, PHI 3. Roberta S. Russell & Bernard W. Taylor III, - Operations Management, Pearson/ PHI 4. Gaither, Frazier- Operations Management 10

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MGGM1206 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (3-1-0)


Introduction to the Course : Organizational Behavior (OB) is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups, and structure have on behavior within an organization. Then it applies that knowledge to make organizations work more effectively. Course Objective : This course will expose students to gain knowledge on the diversified behavioral science theories and its applications in organizations. Pedagogy Class room lectures will be substantiated by Case Analysis, assignment and viva-voce, Demo Exercises, Movie Analysis, Games, role playing Comprehensive Course Outline : Module 1 Concept and models of OB, OB Systems- The Synergy Module 2 (Individual System) Perception, Learning and Behaviour Modification, motivation, attitude and Values, personality, emotion and stress. Module 3 (Social System) Communication, Group Dynamics, Conflict , Leadership Module - 4 (Organizational systems) Organizational power and politics, Organizational culture and climate, Organizational Change and development, International Dimensions of OB, Managing Diversity. Recommended Text : Robins &Sanghii, Organisational Behaviour, Pearson Aswathappa, Organization Behavior,Himalaya

Reference Books : Luthans ,F. Organisational Behaviour - TMH UdaiPareek , Understanding Organisational Behaviour, Oxford 11 Prasad,L.M. Organization Behavior,S.Chand. Greenberg and Baron, Behavior in organization, Prentice hall.

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MGGM1104 ESSENTIAL ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT(3-1-0)


Course Objective: In today's dynamic economic environment, effective managerial decision making requires timely and efficient use of information. The basic purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the economic principles, methodologies and analytical tools that can be used in business decision making problems. It provides an understanding of the economic environment and its impact on strategy formulation. The course also focuses on the impact of economic policies on managerial decision-making by providing an understanding of fiscal policy, and national and global economic issues affecting business. The language of science (and all analytical thinking) is mathematics. Since economics is a social

science, use of some mathematical tools, basically the constrained and un-constrained optimization techniques will help in measuring and solving the basic economic problems and thus improves decisionmaking. It becomes difficult and totally un-practicable to solve business (economic) problems logically and systematically without use of mathematics. The basic objective is to solve problems mathematically and interpret the results economically. Course Content: Module-1: Introduction & Micro Economics Introduction to economics- Scarcity, Choice and Efficiency, Circular Flow of Economic Activity, Fundamental issues of what, how and for whom to produce to make the best use of economics, Economic Role of Government. Basic Concepts: Marginalism and Incrementalism, Functional Relationships: Total, Average and Marginal. General and partial equilibrium, Opportunity cost Demand for a commodity: Law of demand, Demand schedule and demand curve, Individual and market demand, Change in demand Consumer behavior: Analysing law of demand through Marshalian utility analysis and Indifference curve technique. Consumer Surplus Elasticity of Demand Price Elasticity of demand : Estimation, Types, Elasticity and revenue, Factors affecting price elasticity of demand Income elasticity , Cross elasticity, decisions. Analysis of Supply: Law of Supply, Supply schedule and supply curve, Change in supply, Price elasticity of supply, Equilibrium of demand and supply: Equilibrium with demand and supply curves, Effect of a shift of demand and supply curves, Rationing of prices, Impact of tax on prices and quantity, Prices fixed by law (Minimum floors and Maximum ceilings) Demand Estimation: Approaches to demand estimation, Demand Estimation by Regression Analysis. Uses of different concepts elasticity in business

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Demand Forecasting: Sources of Data (Expert opinion, Surveys, Market experiments), Time-series Analysis (trend projection and Exponential smoothening), Barometric Forecasting, Forecasting with input and output model. Production Function: Production function with one variable input, Production function with two variable inputs, optimal combination of inputs, Returns to scale Cost Theory: Types of costs, Production and cost, Short-run cost functions, Long-run cost functions, Economies of scale and scope, Learning curve, Cost-Volume-profit Analysis Perfect Competition: Characteristics, Equilibrium price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of perfect competition Monopoly: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Allocative efficiency and income redistribution, Relevance of perfect competition and monopoly Monopolistic Competition: Characteristics, Profit maximizing price determination under both short run and long run, Evaluation of Monopolistic competition Oligopoly: Characteristics, Price Rigidity(Kinked demand curve model), Interdependence (The Cournot model) and Cartels and Collusion, Price Leadership, Cost-plus Pricing, Multiple Product Pricing, Price Skimming, Penetration Pricing, Transfer Pricing and Price Discrimination Module-2: Macro Economics National Income Accounting: Concept, Eight variants of national product aggregates, Measurement (Income, Value Added and Expenditure), Real and Nominal GNP, Difficulties in measuring the

national income, Uses of National income statistics Environmental Income Accounting, Green GDP, Sustainable Development, National income and social welfare Consumption and Investment functions: Concept, Determinants, Multiplier and Accelerator Demand for Money: Classical and Keynesian theories on demand for money Supply of Money: Components of money supply, The process of Deposit Creation, Balance Sheet of the Central Bank. Aggregate Demand: The Goods Market and the IS Curve, The Money Market and the LM Curve, Form IS-LM model to the Aggregate Demand. Aggregate Supply Explaining macro-economic equilibrium through Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, Monetary Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Monetary Policy in The AD- AS Framework, CrowdingOut Controversy, Monetary policy in an open economy Fiscal Policy: Objectives, Instruments, Impact of Structural Deficits, Government Debt and Economic Growth. Interaction between monetary and Fiscal Policy Features of The Business Cycle, Definition Of Inflation, Price Indices, Prices in the AD-AS Framework, The Economic Impacts of Inflation, The Phillips Curve, Anti-Inflationary Policy Unemployment: Types, Okuns Law, Impact of Unemployment, Economic Interpretation Of Unemployment

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International Trade: Economic Basis For International Trade, Gains from International Trade Balance of Payment (BoP): Meaning, BoP Account, Disequilibrium in BoP, Measures to correct disequilibrium in BoP Foreign Exchange: The Determination of Foreign Exchange Rates, Floating Exchange Rate and Fixed Exchange Rates, Mundell-Fleming Model, Books & Reference: 1. Managerial Economics in a Global Economy, by D. Salvatore, Sixth Edition, OUP, 2008 2. Managerial Economics, Truett & Truett, Wiley Publication. 3. Managerial Economics, by Petersen Craig H. Cris Lewis and S.K. Jain, Pearson, 2007 4. Modern Micro Economics, , Koutsoyiannis, (1975) , A, Macmillan Press 5. Managerial Economics, Mehta, P. L (1999), Sultan Chand & Sons 6. Principles of Microeconomics, Mankiw, N. G (2006), Cengage Learning 7. Macroeconomics, Mankiw, N. G, (2009), Worth Publishers 8. Macroeconomics, Theory and Policy, Dwivedy, D.N (2007), Tata McGraw Hill 9. Macroeconomics, DSouza, E (2008), Pearson Education 10. Macroeconomic Analysis, Shapiro, E (2003), Galgotia Publications 11. Environmental Economics in Theory and Practice Hankey N, Shogren J F, and White B 1999 Macmillan Indian Limited 12. Indian Economy, Mishra & Puri (2011), Himalaya Publishing House 13

MGFM1101 ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS (3-1-0)


Course Objective: This course Accounting for Managers has been designed to enable the students to acquire the skills necessary to prepare, use, interpret and analyze financial information. Module 1 Accounting Environment of business, Corporate Entities: Salient Features, GAAP: Concepts, Conventions, Assumptions, Accounting Equation: Tool to understand business decisions, Financing Decisions/Investment Decisions/Operating Decisions, Accounting Equation Financial Statements, Balance Sheet/Income Statement/Cash Flow Statement, Financing Decisions and Financial Statement,

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Module 2 Equity Instruments: Equity and Preference Capital, Debt Instruments: Debentures/ Bonds/ Loans, Dividend and Interest payment, Investment Decision and Financial Statements, Fixed Assets:/Inventory Valuation/Investment , Operating Decisions and Financial Statements, Revenue Recognition, Expenses, Profit: Gross Profit/PBDITA/PBIT/PBT/PAT, Interrelationship between Financial statements Module 3 Financial Statement Analysis: common size statements, ratio analysis, Du pont analysis, Inter-firm and intra-firm comparison, reading CFS

Module 4 Cost Concepts and decision making, Overheads, CVP analysis. Preparation of Cost Sheets using excels, Budgeting and Budgetary Control, Variance analysis, Activity based costing (ABC), cost & pricing A group project work will be given to students to analyse an industry and track market price movement.

Books & Reference: 1. Financial Accounting -- A managerial Perspective, R. Narayanswamy, PHI 2. Cost Accounting- A managerial Emphasis by Horn green, Dater and Foster. 3. Khan & Jain Management Accounting, TMH. 4. Horngren ,Datar, Foster- Cost Accounting, Pearson. 5. Financial Accounting, Jain/Narang/Agrawal, Kalyani. 6. Basic Financial Accounting for Management, Shah, Oxford.

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PCME 3207

Heat Transfer Lab

1. Determination of Thermal conductivity of composite slab 2. Determination of heat transfer coefficient in natural convention 3. Determination of surface emissivity 4. Performance test on parallel flow and counter flow heat exchanger 5. Efficiency and effectiveness of Pin fins 6. Verification of Stefan Boltzmans law. 7. Determination of heat transfer coefficient in forced convention 8. Determination of Critical heat flux during boiling heat transfer

9. Performance analysis of reciprocating air-compressor

10. Performance analysis of Centrifugal / Axial Flow compressor

11. Determination of performance characteristics of gear pump

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PCME 3208

Production Drawing Lab

MODULE I (10 HOURS) Conventional representation of Materials conventional representation of parts screw joints, weldedjoints, springs, gears, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic circuits methods of indicating notes ondrawings. Limits and Fits :Types of fits, exercises involving selection / interpretation of fits and estimation of limitsfrom tables.

MODULE-II (10 HOURS)

Form and Positional Tolerances :Introduction and indication of the tolerances of from and position ondrawings, deformation of runout and total runout and their indication. Surface roughness and its indication : Definitions finishes obtainable from various

manufacturingprocesses, recommended surface roughness on mechanical components. Heat treatment and surface treatment symbols used on drawings.

MODULE- III (25 HOURS)

Detailed and Part drawings: Drawing of parts from assembly drawings with indications of size, tolerances, roughness, form and position errors etc. preparation of process sheets. Production

drawings of Spur, Bevel and Helical gears, swivel bracket, main spindle, crank, revolving centre, jigs and fixtures TEXT BOOKS : 1. Production and Drawing K.L. Narayana& P. Kannaiah/ New Age 2. machine Drawing with Auto CAD- Pohit and Ghosh, PE

REFERENCE : 1. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing- James D. Meadows/ B.S Publications

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PCME 3209

Computational Lab

Module 1 [Minimum 10 assignments should be completed covering all the topics from module 1]

1. Introduction to the software packages available for computational purposes like: MATLAB,
Minitab, Mathcad, Mathematica etc.

2. Solving simple algebraic, trigonometric and geometrical problems using MATLAB like software. 3. Solving Matrices problems using MATLAB like software. 4. Curve fitting using MATLAB like software. 5. Surface fitting using MATLAB like software. 6. Solving PDE using MATLAB like software. 7. Regression analysis of a typical industrial problem using MATLAB like software. 8. Response surface Modelling of industrial problems using MATLAB like software.
Module 2 [Minimum 2 assignments should be completed covering any 2 topics from module 2]

9. Numerical Modelling and analysis of industrial processes with the help of Neural Network using
MATLAB like software.

10. Optimization of industrial processes with the help of different algorithms (eg. GA, SA etc.) using
MATLAB like software.

11. Development of simple Fuzzy models for mechanical industrial problems.

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CENTURION UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING COURSE STRUCTURE FOR 4th YEAR B.TECH PROGRAMME 7th Semester Theory Subject L T P Credit Metrology Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 3 3 1 1 0 0 4 4 Professional Elective-4 (Any One) PEME Industrial 4202 Robotics Plant PEME Layout and 4203 Design 3 1 0 4 Advanced PEME Foundry & 4204 Welding Technology Free Elective-4 3 1 0 Theory Credits Practical /Sessional PCME Project 0 0 9 4205 4 12 6 8th Semester Theory Code Subject L T P Credit PCME Power Plant 3 1 0 4 4201 Engineering

Code PCME 4101 PCME 4102

Professional Elective-3 (Any One) PEME Finite Element 4103 Method PEME 4104 PEME 4105 Non Conventional Energy Sources 3 Tribology 1 0 4

PCME 4106 PCME 4107 PCME 4108

Free Elective-3 3 1 Theory Credits Practical /Sessional Metrology and RAC 0 0 Lab Seminar Project (Minor) 0 0 0 0

4 16 2 2 2 6 22 204 25

3 3 3

Practical /Sessional Credits Total Semester Credits Total Cumulative Credits Total Contact Hours

Practical /Sessional Credits Total Semester Credits Total Cumulative Credits Total Contact Hours

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7TH SEMESTER
PCME 4101 MODULE-1 (15 HOURS) Unit-I: Introduction Metrology Introduction general measurements concepts standards of measurement line and end standards wavelength standards reliability sensitivity, precision, accuracy,and errors in measurements interchangeability limit gauges. Instruments to measure geometric shape, optical flat,interferometer, optical projectors, comparators, mechanical, pneumatic, electro-pneumatic andelectrical LVDT (Linear Variable Differential Transformer) MODULE-2(20HOURS) Unit : II Measurement of surface finish direct and indirect methods tool makers microscope introduction to coordinate measuring machine Measurement of gear and thread Dovetailmeasurement measurement of center line of hole and hole size autocollimatorComputer aided inspection machine vision opto electric sensors applications microprocessor applications in metrology Comparators, mechanical, pneumatic, electro pneumatic, and electrical LVDT (LinearVariable Differential Transformer). Measurement of surface finish direct and indirectmethods tool makers microscope MODULE-3 (15 HOURS) Unit - III Measurement of Form Errors, Surface Roughness and Measuring Machines Straightness, flatness, alignment errors-surface texture-various measuring instruments-run out and concentricity, Tool makers microscope-metro scope Computer Aided and Laser Metrology Coordinate measuring machine-LASER micrometer- Introduction to Interferometer, optical - LASER interferometers-applications Text Books 1. 1.ASTME Handbook of Industrial Metrology , prentice hall of India , ND , 1988 2. I.C.Gupta, "A Text Book of Engineering Metrology", DhanpatRai and Sons, 2000 Reference Books : 1. R.K.Jain and S.C.Gupta, "Engineering Metrology", DhanpatRai and Sons, 2000. 2. G.N.Galyer F.W and C.R.Shotbolt, " Metrology for Engineers ", ELBS Edn 1990. 3. "ASTME Handbook of Industries Metrology", Prentice Hall of India Ltd., 1992. 4. Robert.G. Seippel, "Optoelectronics for technology and engineering ", Prentice Hall New Jersey,1989. 5. Parson. S, Metrology and Gauging, McDonald & Evans, 1970. Metrology 3 1 0

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PCME 4102

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

MODULE-1 (15 HOURS) Review of thermodynamic principles refrigeration. Air refrigeration Bell-Coleman cycleand Bootstrap cycle cycle analysis and performance calculations.Aircraftrefrigerationsystem. Vapour compression refrigeration cycle use of P-H charts multistage multipleevaporator systems cascade system COP comparison. Vapour absorption refrigerationsystem. Ammonia water and Lithium Bromide water systems.Steam jet refrigerationsystem. Performance analysis

MODULE-2(15 HOURS) Compressors reciprocating & rotary (element treatment) condensers evaporators.Refrigerants properties selection of refrigerants refrigeration plant controls testingand charging of refrigeration units. Applications to refrigeration systems ice plant foodstorage plants milk chilling plants refrigerated cargo ships cryogenic in medicine andbiological uses. Review of fundamental properties of psychometric use of psychometric charts psychometric processes Grand and Room Sensible Heat Factors by pass factor requirements of comfort air conditioning comfort charts factors governing optimumeffective temperature, recommended design conditions and ventilation standards.

MODULE-3 (20 HOURS) Types of load design of space cooling load Heat transmission through building.Solarradiation infiltration internal heat sources (sensible and latent) outside air and fresh airload estimation of total load design of air conditioning cycles Domestic, commercial and industrial systems central air conditioning systems applications: car, industry, stores, and public buildings. Air conditioning equipments aircleaning and air filters humidifiers dehumidifiers air washers condenser coolingtower and spray ponds elementary treatment of duct design air distribution system.Thermal insulation of air conditioning systems factors affecting thermal conductivity types of materials

Text Books 1. Arora. C.P., Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, TMH, New Delhi, 1988. 2. N.F. Stoecker and Jones, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, T MH, New Delhi, 1981.

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PEME 4103

Finite Element Method

MODULE I(15 Hours) Introduction to Finite Element Method for solving field problems.Stress and Equilibrium. Strain Displacement relations. Stress strain relations.One Dimensional problem: Finite element modeling coordinates and shape functions. Potential Energy approach: Assembly of Global stiffness matrix and load vector. Finite element equations, Treatment of boundary conditions, Quadratic shape functions.

MODULE II(15 Hours) Analysis of Beams: Element stiffness matrix for two node, two degrees of freedom per node beam element.Finite element modeling of two dimensional stress analyses with constant strain triangles and treatment of boundary conditions.Finite element modeling of axisymmetric solids subjected to Axisymmetric loading with triangular elements.

MODULE III(20 Hours) Two dimensional four nodded isoperimetric elements and numerical integration.Steady state heat transfer analysis: one dimensional analysis of a fin and two dimensional analysis of thin plate. Analysis of a uniform shaft subjected to torsion. Dynamic Analysis: Formulation of finite element model, element matrices, evaluation of Eigen values and Eigen vectors for a stepped bar and a beam.

TEXT BOOK: 1. Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering / Chandraputla, Ashok and Belegundu / Prentice Hall. 2. The Finite Element Methods in Engineering / SS Rao / Pergamon.

REFERENCES: 1. An introduction to Finite Element Method / JN Reddy / Me Graw Hill 2. Finite Element Methods/ Alavala/TMH 3. The Finite Element Method for Engineers Kenneth H. Huebner, Donald L. Dewhirst, Douglas E. Smith and Ted G. Byrom / John Wiley & sons (ASIA) Pte Ltd. 4. Finite Element Analysis/ C.S.Krishna Murthy

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PEME 4104 MODULE-1 (15 HOURS) Energy And Environment

Non Conventional Energy Sources

Primary energy sources - world energy resources-Indian energy scenario-energy cycle of theearth environmental aspects of energy utilisation, CO2 emissions and Global warming renewable energy resources and their importance. Potential impacts of harnessing thedifferent renewable energy resources. MODULE-2( 20 HOURS) Solar Energy Principles of solar energy collection -.solar radiation - measurements - instruments - data andestimationtypes of collectors - characteristics and design principles of different type ofcollectors - performance of collectors - testing of collectors.Solar thermal applications -water heaters and air heaters - performance and applications - simple calculations solarcooling - solar drying - solar ponds - solar tower concept solar furnace. Wind, Tidal And Geo Thermal Energy Energy from the wind - general theory of windmills - types of windmills - design aspects ofhorizontal axis windmills - applications. Energy from tides and waves working principles of tidal plants and ocean thermal energy conversion plants - power from geothermal energy principle of working of geothermal power plants. MODULE-3 (15 HOURS) Bio Energy Energy from bio mass & bio gas plants -various types - design principles of biogas plants -applications. Energy from wastes - waste burning power plants - utilization of industrial and municipal wastes - energy from the agricultural wastes. Other Renewable Energy Sources Direct energy conversion (Description, principle of working and basic design aspects only) Magneto hydrodynamic systems (MHD) - thermoelectric generators thermionic generators - fuel cells - solar cells - types, Emf generated, power output, losses and efficiency and applications. Hydrogen conversion and storage systems

Text Books: 1. Rai G.D, Non conventional Energy sources (1999) Khanna Publishers, New Delhi Reference Books: 1. Sukhatme, S.P., Solar Energy, 2nd edition, TMH, 2003 2. Sulton, Direct Energy Conversion, McGraw-Hill, 1966. 3. Duffie and Beckmann, Solar Energy Thermal Processes, John Wiley, 1974. 4. Garg. H. P and Prakash. J., Solar Energy - Fundamentals and applications, TMH, New Delhi,1997. 5. Ashok V Desai, Non-conventional Energy, Wiley Eastern Ltd, New Delhi, 1990

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PEME 4105 Module - I (20 hours)

TRIBOLOGY

Introduction : Lubrication and lubricants, Properties and Testing of lubricants, Types of bearings. Basic equations: Generalized Reynolds Equation, Flow and Shear Stress, Energy equation, Equation of state Hydro dynamic lubrication : Mechanism of pressure development and load carrying capacity, Plane-slider bearing, Idealized slider bearing with a pivoted shoe, Step bearing, Idealized journal bearing. infinitely long journalbearing, Petroffs equation for a lightly loaded bearing, narrow bearing,

Module - II (15 hours) Oil flow and thermal equilibrium Circumferential flow, Axial flow, Oil flow through a bearing having a circumferential oil groove, Heat generation and lubricant Temperature, Heat balance of lubricants Hydrostatic Bearing: Principles, Component of hydrostatic lubrication , Hydrostatic circular thrust bearing , calculation of pressure, load carrying capacity, flow rate , power loss in bearing due to friction. Module - III (15 hours) Concept of gas lubricated bearing Concept of Elastohydrodynamic lubrication, Design and selection of antifiction bearing Friction and wear of metals: Theories of friction, surface contaminants, Effect of sliding speed on friction, classification and mechanism of wear, Wear resistant materials. Text Books 1. Introduction to Tribology of Bearing , B.C .Majumdar , S. Chand & Co Reference Books 1. Fundamentals of Tribiology , Basu S K., Sengupta A N., Ahuja B. B., , PHI 2006 2. Basic Lubrication theory, A. Cameron, John Wiley & sons 3. Lubrication Fundamentals, D.M.Pirro and A.A.Wessol, CRC Press 4. Theory and Practice of Lubrication for Engineers , Fuller, D., New York company 1998

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5. Principles and Applications of Tribiology, Moore, Pergamaon press 1998 6. Tribiology in Industries, Srivastava S., S Chand and Company limited, Delhi 2002 7. Lubrication of bearings Theoretical Principles and Design, Redzimovskay E I., Oxford press company 2000 PCME 4106 Metrology: 1. Measurement of lengths, heights, diameters by vernier callipers micrometers etc. 2. Measurement of bores by internal micrometers and dial bore indicators. 3. Use of gear teeth, verniercalipers and checking the chordal addendum and chordal height of spur gear. 4. Machine tool alignment of test on the lathe. 5. Machine tool alignment test on milling machine. 6. Tool makers microscope and its application 7. Angle and taper measurements by Bevel protractor, Sine bars, etc. 8. Use of spirit level in finding the flatness of surface plate. 9. Thread measurement by Two wire/ Three wire method or Tool makers microscope. 10. Surface roughness measurement by Taly Surf. 11. Surface Wear Resistances Test using Electro Spark Coating Device.

Metrology and RAC Lab

RAC: 12. Determination of C.O. P on vapour compression system 13. Determination of C.O. P on vapour absorption system 14. Performance test on Air conditioning test rig (Window type) 15. Performance test on Air conditioning test rig (Duct type) 16. Determination of C.O.P of ice plant 17. Determination of C.O.P of Heat Pump 18. Performance analysis in an experimental cooling tow

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8 PCME 4201 Module I(20 Hours)

TH

SEMESTER

Power Plant Engineering

Introduction to the Sources of Energy Resources and Development of Power in India. Steam power plant:Plant Layout, Working of different Circuits, Fuel and handling equipment, Types of coals, coal handling, choice of handling equipment, coal storage, Ash handling systems. Steam power plant: combustion process: properties of coal overfeed and underfeed fuel beds,traveling grate stokers, spreader stokers, retort stokers, pulverized fuel burning system and its omponents, combustion needs and draught system, cyclone furnace, design and construction, Dust collectors, cooling towers and heat rejection. Corrosion and feed water treatment. Flow through nozzles:Types of nozzles and their area of application & related calculation, critical pressure & chocked flow, super saturated flow. Effect of friction and nozzle efficiency Module II(15 Hours) Steam turbines: Turbine types, Variation of Pressure and Velocity in different types of turbines, Simple impulse Turbines, Flow through turbine blades and velocity diagram, Pressure - compounded impulse turbines and Velocity compounded impulse turbines. Turbine power and related calculations. Reaction turbines: Reaction turbines Flow through blades and velocity diagram, degrees of reaction, Parsons turbine, power and related calculations, Blade height calculations, Losses in steam turbines, Reheat factor & condition line, Governing of turbines. Hydroelectric power plant: Water power Hydrological cycle / flow measurement drainage area characteristics Hydrographs storage and Pondage classification of dams and spill ways. Hydro projects and plant: Classification Typical layouts plant auxiliaries plant operation pumped storage plants

Module III (15 Hours) Nuclear power station: Nuclear fuel breeding and fertile materials Nuclear reactor reactor operation. Types of reactors: Pressurized water reactor, Boiling water reactor, sodium-graphite reactor, fastBreeder Reactor, Homogeneous Reactor, Gas cooled Reactor, Nuclear Waste Management: Radiation hazards and shielding radioactive waste disposal. Power plant economics and environmental Considerations: Capital cost, investment of fixed

charges, operating costs, general arrangement of power distribution, Load curves, and load duration curve.Definitions of connected load, Maximum demand, demand factor, average load, load factor,

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diversity factor related exercises.Effluents from power plants and Impact on environment pollutants and pollution standards Methods of Pollution control. TEXT BOOK: A Text Book of Power Plant Engineering / Rajput / Laxmi Publications Power Plant Engineering P.C.Sharma / S.K.Kataria Pub REFERENCES: Power Plant Engineering: P.K.Nag/ II Edition /TMH. Power plant Engineering/ Ramalingam/ Scietech Publishers A Course in Power Plant Engineering: / Arora and S. Domkundwar. Power station Engineering ElWakil / McHill. An Introduction to Power Plant Technology / G.D. Rai. Power plant Engg - Elanchezhian- I.K. International Pub.

PEME 4202

Industrial Robotics

MODULE-1 (15 HOURS) Unit I : INTRODUCTION Basic concepts - Robot anatomy - Robot configurations - Basic robot motions - Types ofdrives Robot Cell design & Control - Applications -Material handling - processing -Assembly and Inspection - safety considerations. MODULE-2 (20 HOURS) Unit II : TRANSFORMATIONS AND KINEMATICS Vector operations - Translational transformations and Rotational transformations Propertiesof transformation matrices-Homogeneous transformations and Manipulator Forwardsolution - Inverse solution. Unit-III : CONTROLS AND END EFFECTORS Control system concepts - Analysis - control of joints - Adaptive and optimal control Endeffectors classification - Mechanical - Magnetic -Vacuum - Adhesive - Drive systems -Force analysis and Gripper design. MODULE-3 (15 HOURS) Unit-IV: ROBOT PROGRAMMING , ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Methods - Languages -Computer control and Robot Software - VAL system and Language -AI Basics Goals-AI Techniques AI & Robotics Unit V : SENSORY DEVICES Non optical and optical position sensors - Velocity and Acceleration - Range - Proximity -touch - Slip Force -Torque - Machine vision - Image components - Representation -Hardware - Picture coding Object recognition and categorization - Software consideration.

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Text Books : 1. Klafter R.D., Chmielewski T.A. and Negin M., " Robot Engineering An Intergrated approach ",Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 1994. 2. Groover M.P., " Industrial robotics Technology, programming and applications ", McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1995. References: 1. Fu K.S., Gonzalez R.C.., and Lee C.S.G., " Robotics control, sensing, vision, and intelligence ",McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1987. 2. Deb S.R., " Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation ", Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Ltd., 1994.

PEME 4203

Plant Layout and Design

Module-I [15 hours] Introduction: Meaning of plant layout, design-importance and scope. Planning for plant design.

Plant Location: Levels of location problems, factors influencing location of a plant, theories of plant location.

Industrial Buildings: Relationship between building and the layout, building design and construction, ground and exterior facility. Building fundamentals.

Module: II

[15 hours]

Plant Layout and Planning: Purpose and classes of plant layout problems. Classical types of layout, objectives of a good layout, data collection, material and processes,equipment requirement product flow, determining and diagramming the flow, spacerequirements, building data.

Developing and Presenting Layout: Plot plans, detailed layouts, and visualizing layout. Evaluation of layout, cost comparison, pilot plant, productivity, space sequencedemand, factor analysis, ranking pros. And cons. Optimising evaluation and linebalancing. Checking, presenting and installing layout.

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Module: III

[20 Hours]

Materials Handling: Principles, Classification of Material handling systems,productflow, and material handling equipments. Characteristics of different types of handling -conveyors , cranes, trolleys and forklifts. Employee Facilities: Services, working conditions, influence of organisation and incentives. Plant Services and Industrial Layout: Electrical, water, sewage, compressed air and gases, steam and heating, and communication facilities. Hazards and prevention -prevention against noise, air and water pollution.Environment management plan.

Text books: 1. James MacGregor Apple, Plant Layout and Materials Handling,Ronald Press Co., 1963. 2. G K Agarwal,Plant Layout and Material Handling, Jain Book Depot (JBD)

REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. James Moore, Plant Layout and Design, Macmillan Co. 2. Richard Muther Practical Plant Layout, McGraw Hill 3. Richard Muther Plant Engineering Handbook McGraw Hill 4. Shubin and Madeheim, Plant Layout Prentice 5. R BChoudhary, Plant Layout And Materials Handling, KhannaPublishsers

PEME 4204

Advanced Foundry & Welding Technology

Module I(18 Hours) Moulding: Development of metal castings- Materials for moulding- Foundry sand control- Different types of cores- Core making processes- Materials for core making- Moulding and core making machines. Recent developments in core mould making- Cold set process- Investment process- Shell moulding- Hot box method- Shaw process. Vacuum moulding- moulding for mass production.

Melting and Solidification: Furnaces used in foundry for melting ferrous and nonferrous metalsprincipals of operation of cupola and charge calculations. Family of cast irons- Production of malleable and S.G. Irons- Methods of alloying and inoculants and their effects on the structure and properties of

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cast iron. Principles of Solidification: Nucleation- Crystal growth- Morphology and structure of cast metals and alloys- Pure metals- Single phase alloys and eutectics. Solidification in sand and chill moulds.

Module II(18Hours) Foundry Mechanization: Layout for ferrous and nonferrous foundries- Description of equipment used for mechanization- Sand conditioners- Conveyors- Cranes- Equipment for handling moulds, Cores and molten metal- Knock out of moulds- Fettling equipment.

Special Welding Processes: Resistance welding processes- Spot, Seam, Projection, Flash butt welding - Machine cycle for resistance welding- Parameters in resistance welding- Electrodes for resistance welding Solid State Welding: Cold welding Forge welding - Ultrasonic welding Diffusion welding Radiation welding: Laser Beam Welding, Electron Beam Welding Automatic welding systems.

Module III(12 Hours) Weldability of Metals: Factors influencing weldability of metals- Welding of Cast steels, Carbon steels, Stainless steels and Cast iron. Weldability of Cu and its alloys, Al and its alloys- Ti and its alloys- Mg and its alloys- Temperature changes in welding and their effects on mechanical properties. Absorption of gases by welds and their effects- Residual stresses and distortion- Heat treatment of welded parts. Welding Joints, Weld Symbols and Joint Design principles: Types of joints types of welds Variants of joints and weld types - Welding symbols principles of weld joint design and evolving of good weld designs.

Text Books: 1. Foundry Technology, by Jain P.L. 2. Welding Engineering and Technology, by R.S. Parmar. References: 1. Foundry Engineering, by Agarwal. 2. Foundry Engineering, by Taylor F. & Others. 3. Principles of Metal Castings, by Heine & Others. 4. Modern Welding Technology, by H.B. Cary. 5. Welding Technology, by Koenisburger. 6. Welding Metallurgy, S.Kou, 2ndedition,

John Wiley and Sons, New York, NY (2003).

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