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B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 302E !

3 T ' "#$ Total ) Refrigeration and Air onditioning

Theor% & '00 mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs (A) ,nit'. Refrigeration

Basics of heat pump & refrigerator, Carnot refrigeration and heat pump, units of refrigeration COP of refrigerator and heat pump, Carnot COP, Ice refrigeration, evaporative refrigeration, refrigeration by expansion of air, refrigeration by throttling of gas, vapour refrigeration system, steam jet refrigeration, thermo electric cooling, adiabatic demagnetization Basic Principal of operation of air refrigeration system, Bell Coleman air refrigerator, advantages of using air refrigeration in air craft, disadvantage of air refrigeration in comparison to other cold producing methods, simple air refrigeration in air craft, simple evaporative type air refrigeration in air craft, necessity of cooling the air craft ,nit2. !imple vapour compression refrigeration system, different compression processes "#et Compression, dry or dry and saturated Compression, superheated compression$, %imitations of vapour compression refrigeration system if used on reverse Carnot cycle, representation of theoretical and actual cycle on &'! and P ( charts, effects of operating conditions on the performance of the system, advantages of vapour compression system over air refrigeration system )ethods of improving COP, flash chamber, flash inter cooler, optimum inter stage pressure for t#o stage refrigeration system, single expansion and multi expansion processes, basic introduction of single load and multi load systems, cascade systems Basic absorption system, COP and maximum COP of the absorption system *ctual +( , absorption system, function of various components, %i'Br absorption system, !election of refrigerant and absorbent pair in vapour absorption system, -lectro refrigerator, comparison of compression and absorption refrigeration system, +omenclature of refrigerants, desirable properties of refrigerants, cold storage and Ice Plants

(B)Air conditioning ,nit3.

.ifference in refrigeration and *ir Conditioning, Psychometric properties of most air "#et bulb, dry bulb, de# point temperature, relative and specific humidity of moist air, temperature of adiabatic saturation$, empirical relation to calculate P / in moist air Psychometric chart, construction and use, mixing of t#o air streams, sensible heating and cooling, latent heating and cooling, humidification and dehumidification, cooling #ith dehumidification, cooling #ith adiabatic humidification, heating and humidification, By' pass factor of coil, sensible heat factor, *.P of cooling coil, *ir #asher

Classification, factors affecting air conditioning systems, comfort air conditioning system, #inter air conditioning system, summer *ir Conditioning system, year round air conditioning system, unitary air conditioning system, central air conditioning system, 0oom sensible heat factor, 1rand sensible heat factor, effective room sensible heat factor Inside design conditions, comfort conditions, components of cooling load, internal heat gains from "occupancy, lighting, appliances, product and processes$, system heat gain "supply air duct, * C fan, return air duct$, -xternal heat gain "heat gain through building, solar heat gain through outside #alls and roofs$, sol air temperature, solar heat gain through glass areas, heat gain due to ventilation and infiltration &ransport air conditioning, evaporative condensers, cooling to#ers, heat pumps

B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 30)E ! 3 T ' "#$ Total ) Tri-olog% Theor% & '00 mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs

,nit'. Introduction to tribological systems and their characteristic features, *nalysis and assessment of surface topography, deterministic and stochastic tribo'models for asperity contacts, techni2ues of surface examination, technological properties of surfaces 3uantitative la#s of sliding friction, causes of friction, adhesion theory, la#s of rolling friction, measurement of friction ,nit2. ,mechanism of #ear, types of #ear, 2uantitative la#s of #ear, measurement of #ear, #ears resistance materials ,nit3. Introduction, dry friction, boundary lubrication, hydrodynamic, hydrostatic and elasto' hydrodynamic lubrication, functions of lubricants, types and properties of lubricants, lubricant additives Principles, application to rolling contact bearings, cams, gears ,nit). 1eometry and pressure e2uation of journal bearing, hydrostatic bearings, thrust bearings, porous bearings and hydrodynamic gas bearings 4ournal bearings #ith specialized applications 1eneral re2uirements and different types of bearing materials

B.Tech. (Sixth semester) Mechanical engineering.

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,04T 4 /inancial Management Introduction of financial management, objectives of financial decisions, status and duties of financial executives :inancial planning ; tools of financial planning )anagement of #or8ing capital Capital structure decisions :eatures of appropriate capital structure !ources of finance ,04T 44 "ersonal Management Personal )anagement ; )eaning, nature and importance, functions of personal management ; "a$ managerial functions and "b$ operative functions 4ob analysis5 meaning and importance, process of job analysis, job description and job specification (uman resource development ; meaning and concept ,04T 444 "rod+ction Management Production )anagement5 .efinition and objectives Plant location5 ideal plant location :actors affecting plant location Plant layout5 ideal plant layout, factors affecting plant layout <or8 measurement5 )eaning, objectives and essentials of #or8 measurement Production control5 )eaning and importance of production control and steps involved in production control ,04T 45 Mar(eting Management Nature, scope and importance of marketing management. Modern marketing concepts. Role of marketing in economic development. Marketing mix. Marketing information system. Meaning, nature and scope of international marketing.

ME- 306E ! 3 T ' "#$ Total )

Mechanical 5i-rations Theor% & '00 mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs

,nit'. =inematics of simple vibrating motions, simple harmonic motions, vectorial representation of harmonic motion .egrees of freedom, e2uations motions, general solution of free vibration, Phase plane method ,nit2. .amped free vibrations, undamped and damped forced vibrations, /ibrating isolation, and vibrating instruments >ndamped free vibration, principal modes, Influence coefficients, coordinates coupling, orthogonality, and /ibration absorbers ,nit3. 1eometric method, !tability of e2uilibrium points, )ethod of harmonic balance Influence coefficients, .un8erley?s e2uation, )atrix iteration, (olzer method, 0ayleigh method, 0ayleigh ; 0itz method, ,nit). &ransverse vibration of strings, longitudinal vibration of bars, lateral vibration of beams, torsional vibration of circular shafts, #hirling of shafts Introduction, method of %aplace transformation, and response to an impulsive output, response to step ' input, pulse' input, phase plane method

B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 307E ! ) T ' "#$ Total * om8+ter Aided $esign 9 Man+fact+ring Theor% & '00 mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs

,nit'. Introduction to C*.@C*), (istorical developments, Industrial loo8 at C*.@C*), Introduction to CI), Basics of geometric and solid modeling, explicit, implicit, intrinsic and parametric e2uations, coordinate systems Part families, part classification and coding, production flo# analysis, )achine cell design, *dvantages of 1& ,nit2. Introduction, transformation of points and line, A'. rotation, reflection, scaling and combined transformation, homogeneous coordinates, ,'. scaling, shearing, rotation, reflection and translation, combined transformations,, orthographic and perspective projections *lgebraic and geometric forms, tangents and normal, blending functions, reparametrization, straight lines, conics, cubic splines, bezier curves and B' spline curves ,nit3. *lgebraic and geometric forms, tangents and t#ist vectors, normal, blending functions, reparametrization, sixteen point form, four curve form, plane surface, ruled surface, surface of revolution, tabulated cylinder, bi'cubic surface, bezier surface, B'spline surfaces !olid models and representation scheme, boundary representation, constructive solid geometry, s#eep representation, cell decomposition, spatial occupancy enumeration ,nit). Introduction, fixed, programmable and flexible automation, types of +C systems, )C> and other components, +C manual part programming, coordinate systems, 1 & ) codes, Part program for simple parts, computer assisted part programming Part families, part classification and coding, production flo# analysis, )achine cell design, *dvantages of 1&

Introduction, :)! components, types of :)!, :)! layouts, planning for :)!, advantages and applications Introduction, Conventional process planning, types of C*PP, steps in variant process planning, planning for C*PP

B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 3'0E ! 2 T "#$ 6 Total 7 Machine $esign - 44 Theor% & '00 mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 0) ho+rs

,04T 4 Classification of gears 5 !election of tyres, la# of gearing, standard system of gear tooth, various failure modes, interference, undercutting & minimum no of teeth, force analysis, beam strength of gear tooth, effective load on tooth, estimation of module based on beam strength and #ear strength, gear lubrication, materials, design procedure, gear box design &erminology, force analysis, virtual no of teeth, beam strength, effective load, #ears strength &erminology, force analysis, beam strength & #ear strength, effective load on gear tooth &erminology, properties, force analysis, friction, material selection ,04T 44 .esign of flat belt & pulleys, design @ selection of / belts & Pulleys, design@ selection of #ire ropes, design@ selection of chains !ingle & multiple plate clutch, cone clutch -xternal shoe bra8e, internal shoe bra8e ,04T 444 Coil springs, leaf springs (ydro dynamically lubricated bearings, selection of ball bearings, selection of roller bearings, selection of taper roller bearings, )echanism design, design of cam & follo#er ,04T 45 .esign of cylinders, design of piston, design of cran8 shaft, design of connecting rod .esign of crane (oo8 .esign of fly#heels

Note: Prepare the dra#ing sheets for above problems based on your calculated dimensions

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B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 3'2E ! T "#$ 2 Refrigeration and Air onditioning ("ract.)

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"ractical & 2* mar(s Sessional & 2* mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs !ist of Ex8eriments

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!tudy & performance of basic vapour Compression refrigeration cycle &o find COP of #ater cooler &o study the #al8 in cooler &o !tudy & perform experiment on vapour absorption apparatus a

9 Perform the experiment & calculate various Performance parameters on blo#er apparatus C D &o find the performance parameters of cooling to#er &o study various components in a room air conditioner

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&o find 0( of atmosphere air by using !ling Psychrometer and psychrometric Chart &o find performance of a refrigeration test rig system by using different expansion devices &o study different control devices of a refrigeration system &o !tudy various compressors &o find the performance parameters of Ice plant

+ote5 &he students must perform at least eight experiments

B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 3')E ! T "#$ 2 Tri-olog% and Mechanical 5i-rations ("ract.) "ractical Sessional $+ration of Exams. & 2* mar(s & *0 mar(s & 03 ho+rs

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!ist of Ex8eriments 6 &o study undamped free vibrations of e2uivalent spring mass system & determine the natural fre2uency of vibrations A &o study the free vibrations of the system for different damper settings .ra# the decay curve and determine the log decrement and damping factor :ind also the natural fre2uency , &o study the torsional vibrations of a single rotor shaft system and to determine the natural fre2uency B &o determine the radius of gyration of given bar by using Bifilar suspension 9 &o verify the .un8er ley?s rule

C &o study the forced vibrations of the system #ith damping Plot magnification factor vs fre2uency and phase angle vs fre2uency curves *lso determine the damping factor D &o study the pressure distribution of a journal bearing using a journal bearing apparatus E &o determine the rate of #ear of a metallic plate from the plot of displacement vs time curve by using friction and #ear monitor apparatus F &o determine abrasion index of a material #ith the help of a dry abrasion test rig 67 &o evaluate the load #ear index and the #eld point of a lubricant #ith the help of a four'ball extreme pressure tester 66 &o determine the t#o fre2uencies of the torsional spring type double pendulum and compare them #ith theoretical values 6A &o determine the radius of gyration of a compound pendulum 6, &o determine the radius of gyration of disc using trifilar suspension +ote5 &he students must perform at least eight experiments

B.Tech. (Sixth Semester) Mechanical Engineering ME- 3'6E ! T "#$ 2 om8+ter Aided $rafting 9 Man+fact+ring ("ractical) Total 2 "ractical & 2* mar(s Sessional & *0 mar(s $+ration of Exams. & 03 ho+rs

Note: Practical #ill base on course +o )- ,7EBTech. (/o+rth Semester) Mechanical Engineering

MET-2'0 ! 3 '. T ' "#$ Total )

"rod+ction Technolog% - 44 Theor% & :* mar(s Sessional& 2* mar(s $+ration of Exams.& 03 ho+rs

,nit'. ;inematics of Machine Tools& .rives in machine tools for rotational movement, stepped and step less drives, mechanical and hydraulic drives, Individual and group drives, selection of extreme values of spindle speed on a lathe, principle of stepped regulation, layout of spindle speeds5 * P , 1 P and %ogarithmic progression, 8inematics? advantages of 1 P for gear box design, selection of common ratio, +umber of steps in a given speed range, design of all geared head stoc8 ,nit2. 2. Man+fact+ring Methods& Characteristics of turret lathes, turret-indexing mechanism, tooling equipment for turrets, tool layout for turrets. Classification of gear production methods, gear generation, gear hobbing gear shaping, gear finishing methods shaving, burnishing grinding, lapping, honing. Unit3 3. ,ncon<entional Machining "rocesses& +eed for unconventional processes, >ltrasonic machining, electrochemical machining, electrochemical grinding, electric discharge machining, electron beam machining, plasma are machining, laser beam machining their process parameters, principle of metal removal, applications advantages and limitations Introduction, classifications of presses and dies, hear action in die cutting operations, center of pressure, mathematical calculation of center of pressure, clearances, cutting forces, punch dimensioning ,nit). ). Machine Tools 5i-ration and $%namometr%& Introduction, effects of vibration no'machine tools, cutting conditions, #or8 piece and tools life, sources of vibration, machine tool chatter +eed for measuring forces, basic re2uirements of measuring techni2ues, design re2uirements of dynamometers, ,'divisional turning dynamometer and its calibration, drill dynamometers