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MAY - 2005

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Creation and dissemination of knowledge so as to transform India into a developed nation and a partner amongst the galaxy of developed nations of the world

The department endeavors to provide quality professionals with sound technical knowledge and to facilitate translation of technology to business by providing services to industry so that it can keep pace with developments elsewhere in the world


To produce quality professionals with sound technical knowledge in the areas of Industrial engineering, manufacturing technology and industrial management To have active liaison and interaction with professional bodies and corporate sector to keep abreast of the latest trends To start full time PG programme in Industrial ngineering so as to enhance the overall academic and research environment To provide state of the art infrastructural facilities to the industry and other user organi!ations leading to consultancy and revenue generation To have increased interaction with "lumni

PREFACE The academic programmes of #ational Institute of Technology $alandhar %&eemed 'niversity(, are to be regulated in accordance with the stipulations made in #ational Institute of Technology rules, )**)+ ,ence the institute requires to restructure its academic programmes as per the needs of industry using the credit system for the purpose of evaluation of students+ "n attempt has been made to prepare a -odel Curriculum having syllabi for the under graduate programme in Industrial ngineering &iscipline+ The &epartment has updated its courses and laboratory facilities with active participation of senior faculty of national level institutes %like IITs( and renowned industries at national and regional level+ -ore emphasis is laid on computer applications, laboratory work, industrial training, case studies and pro.ect work+ i( " blend of courses from Industrial ngineering and -anagement, -anufacturing Technology, -echanical ngineering and allied areas has been incorporated in the curriculum+ It is really challenging to evolve a common programme for this discipline that meets the need of national and international industries and research establishments+ ,owever, with the rich experience of successful experimentation with above idea for over thirty years, the task of development of a model curriculum could be possible+ The suggested curriculum is based on philosophy presented by the &ean %"cademic Programmes( during /th 0enate meeting of the institute held on $anuary 12, )**/+ It possesses the following features3 i( ii( iii( iv( v( The suggested curriculum is in conformity with IIT4"ICT norms with emphasis on analysis and design of industrial processes required to work in a controlled environment+ The graduates turned out have to be acceptable by national and international industry and academic 4 research establishments+ The programme has to be forward looking in context of the rapid changing scenario of science and technology which provides a proper balance in teaching of basic sciences, social sciences and management, engineering sciences and technical arts, technologies and their applications+ Core sub.ects have been selected to cover all those, which are essential in training of I 5 graduates+ The curriculum presents flexibility so that new programmes started with reasonable resources can be managed with a scope of further updating as the resource position improves+

The above features have been achieved by offering a number of elective courses both departmental and open in nature+ I take this opportunity to express my deep appreciation to members of the 0enate for their valuable suggestions and critical comments in finali!ing the curriculum and Professor Pramod 0 -ehta, x5 &irector, #IT $alandhar for his initiative and direction+ I am also grateful to &r # 6amakrishnan, Professor, &epartment of -echanical ngineering, IIT -umbai, for suggesting essential ingredients, which enriched the curriculla+ It is hoped that the curriculum complied in form of the booklet will be of immense help to the students and the faculty in smooth running of the under graduate programme in Industrial ngineering+ I thank all the members of curriculum committee for their help and cooperation rendered in bringing out this booklet in time+

%"rvind 7hardwa.( ,ead &epartment of Industrial ngineering &r 7 6 "mbedkar #ational Institute of Technology $alandhar %Pun.ab(5122*11

S NO 1 CONTENTS Philosophy on &evelopment of 'G Curriculum PAGE NOS. 15)

Course 0tructure %1st to 8th 0emester( with details of Credits

The :verall Credit 0tructure

Course &escriptions


9rd semester 2th semester /th semester ;th semester <th semester 8th semester :pen electives

;511 1)51; 1<5)9 )25)8 )=599 92598 9=521

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Cith up5gradation of &r 7 6 "mbedkar 6 C $alandhar to &r 7 6 "mbedkar #IT $alandhar %&eemed 'niversity( education being imparted at the Institute requires to be organi!ed around credit5based semester system+ There has been a sea5change in ob.ectives, approaches and teaching technology in engineering education during the last couple of years+

This calls for restructuring of existing academic programme )+ OBJECTI5ES OF UG%TECHNICAL EDUCATION

to prepare students for the Technical and analytical skills enabling them to have potential employment in industry, education, research and management+ to equip the students with an adequate background of 7asic 0ciences, ngineering 0ciences and "rts, ,umanities, 0ocial 0ciences and -anagement to enable them to play an effective role of an engineer for benefits of the society+


SALIENT FEATURES OF CURRICULUM To reali!e the above ob.ectives of 'G5programmes, curriculum frame work should exhibit the following salient features3

'ndergraduate5curriculum should be broad based 0cience based engineering education, which enables students to use basic sciences into engineering practice4programmes 0hould involve continuous evaluation to avoid rote learning and peaking at semester end examinations Curriculum should allow varying weightages to various categories of courses 0hould provide flexibilities in choice of lectives D &epartmental and #on5departmental " dynamic regulatory and reviewing process is required to ensure that the curriculum is current+


NECESSARY RECOMMENDATIONS To ensure the above enumerated salient features of 'G5programmes, the following ma.or recommendations were given by Curriculum Core Committee, which were taken as 6equirements and guidelines for the 7+Tech programme at #IT $alandhar3 61 The duration of 'G5degree course should be limited to 2 years 4 85semesters each of a minimum of <*5working days+ 1;5weeks will ordinarily be the duration of instructions4semester+ The first two semesters should be common to all branches of engineering Teaching should be reckoned in terms of contact hours+ #orms chosen for contact hours and credit correspondence are the same as being observed in IITs i+e+ 1**E weightage to > and T F /*E weightage to Practical 4 >ab D contact hours+ #umber of credits required to qualify for 7+Tech degree should not exceed -ax 4 -in number of credits required in any semester Total credits divided between various components of >,T and P5credits have the ratio 3 > 3 %THP( G G G )** 9*41/ 93)

6) 69

62 6/ 6;

6< 68 6= -ax 4 -in D contact hours for instructions 4 week -ax number of years allowed for completing degree5 requirements &istribution of credits among various categories of courses


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,00 and -anagement 7asic 0cience %70( ngineering 0ciences F "rts Professional 4 &epartmental lectives %including merging Technology(

3 3 3 3 3

1) Credits 9) Credits 9; Credits 1*;I Credits 12 Credits

I &epartmental credits also include 1*5credits for Pro.ect and 85credits for Industrial Training+

61* 611 61) 619

Provision for #on5credit courses %"udit courses( should be made in the last )5years of 'G5programmes+ The -a.or Pro.ect should be spread over the last )5semesters D Phase5I and Phase5II with appropriate distribution of credits %851) credits(+ 7asic Courses should be planned to be taught in large class environment+ Tutorial 4 practical Group si!e should not exceed )*+ Aor >aboratory practice a bank of experiments should be prepared with at least 1**E more than those performed during a semester+ 0ome experiments especially in higher semesters should be open5ended D be performed without the help of technician+ " number of lective courses %/5; electives( should be offered starting from the 2 th semester to make the curriculum flexible and the core sub.ects be ad.usted accordingly+ #umbering scheme for electives should depend on the sequence of semester in which offered+ Identification of common courses to more than one coherent departments should be done for ensuring economic use of faculty and infrastructural facilities in the Institute+ Participation by persons from industry should be encouraged in teaching courses, supervision and evaluation of Industrial Training and Pro.ect works+ 0tudents should be required to attend at least </E of the scheduled >, T and practical coursesI+ I The percentage of attendance calculated up to last day of instructions will reflect into a Code5number or >etter in the Grade 0heets+


61/ 61; 61<


0tudents must undergo Industrial Training at least for =*51** days+ In addition, they must participate in #00, #CC, #0:, >iteracy -ission etc+ as mandatory requirement to qualify for 7+Tech degree+

#:T 3 The above ma.or recommendations have served as guidelines for all departments offering 'G5programmes for award of 7+Tech &egree in #IT $alandhar+ ,owever, marginal variations in above suggested distribution of credits may be allowed to suit the requirement of the individual programme+ &ean, "cademic Programmes $anuary 12, )**/

C 6r0" S,r64,6r" B. T"4h 1! I!760,r1-8 E!91!""r1!9 HrsWeekly Contact Lecture Courses

MA-101 Math-I (3 1 0) 4

PH-101 Physics (3 1 0) 4

PH-103 Physics Lab (0 0 2) 1

IC-101 Electrical Sci (3 1 0) 4

IC-103 Electrical Sci Lab (0 0 2) 1

IE-101 M !" Pr#cesses (2 0 0) 2

IE-103 M !" Pr#cesses Lab (0 0 4) 2 MC-103 Mecha$ics # S#li/s % 0l)i/s Lab (0 0 2) 1 PH-221 Material Scie$ce a$/ 'ech$#l#!y Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) EC-2,2i!ital Electr#$ics Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) IE-321 Casti$! 0#r&i$! a$/ 5el/i$! Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) IE-322 I$/)strial A)t#&ati#$ a$/ ;#b#tics Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) Se&i$ar (4C)

HM-101 I$t" t# M!t" % C#&&" (3 0 2) 4 HM-102 E$!! Ec# % 0i$" M!&t" (3 1 0) 4 ME-22, A((lie/ 'her&#/y$a&ic s Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) ME-226 Stre$!th # Materials Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) IE-323 Machi$e '##l a$/ Machi$i$! Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1)

ME-101 'her&al Scie$ce (3 1 0) 4

CS-101 C#&()ter S# t*are + 'he#ry % Prc" (1 0 2) 2 ME-104 E$!i$eeri$! 1ra(hics Lab (0 0 4) 2







MA-102 Math-II (3 1 0) 4

CH-101 Che&istry (3 1 0) 4

CH-103 Che&istry Lab (0 0 2) 1

EC-101 .asic Electr#$ics (3 1 0) 4 IE-201 Machi$e 2ra*i$! (1 0 6 4) IE-204 Metall)r!y a$/ Heat 'reat&e$t (3 0 0 3)

EC-103 .asic Electr#$ics Lab (0 0 2) 1 ME-20, A((lie/ 'her&#/y$a&ics (3 1 0 4) IE-206 Pla$$i$! a$/ C#$tr#l # Ma$) act)ri$! Syste&s (3 1 0 4) IE-307 I$/)strial 8)ality C#$tr#l (3 0 2 4)

MC-101 Mecha$ics # S#li/s % 0l)i/s (3 0 0) 3 MA-201 Pr#bability a$/ Statistics (3 1 0 4) IE-202esi!$ # Machi$e Ele&e$ts (3 0 2 4) IE-399 Electi:e-I (3 0 0 3)

ME-102 E$!i$eeri$! 1ra(hics (2 0 0) 2







PH-201 Material Scie$ce a$/ 'ech$#l#!y (3 1 0 4) MA-200 4)&erical Meth#/s (3 0 2 4)

ME-201 Stre$!th # Materials (3 1 0 4) EC-252i!ital Electr#$ics a$/ Micr#(r#cess#r Architect)re (3 1 0 4) IE-303 Machi$e '##l a$/ Machi$i$! (3 1 0 4)

ME-203 'he#ry # Machi$es (3 2 0 5) IE-202 Mecha$ical Meas)re&e$ts a$/ Metr#l#!y (3 1 0 4) IE-305 5#r6 st)/y a$/ Er!#$#&ics (3 0 0 3)







IE-222 Mecha$ical Meas)re&e$ts a$/ Metr#l#!y Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) IE-325 5#r6 st)/y a$/ Er!#$#&ics Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1) <C-399 <(e$ Electi:e-I (3 0 0 3)

IE-224 Metall)r!y a$/ Heat 'reat&e$t Lab#rat#ry (0 0 2 1)






3 3 3I 3II 3III

IE-301 Casti$! 0#r&i$! a$/ 5el/i$! (3 0 0 3)

IE-30, 0acilities Pla$$i$! a$/ 3al)e E$!i$eeri$! (3 0 0 3)






IE-302 I$/)strial A)t#&ati#$ a$/ ;#b#tics (3 0 0 3) IE-401 >i!s? 0i@t)re a$/ '##l 2esi!$ (3 0 2 4) IE-402 Mar6eti$! a$/ 0i$a$cial Ma$a!e&e$t (3 0 0 3)

IE-304 <(erati#$s ;esearch (3 0 2= 4)

IE-306 Ma$a!e&e$t I$ #r&ati#$ Syste&s (3 0 0 3) IE-403 Materials Ma$a!e&e$t (3 0 0 3) IE-406 4et*#r6s a$/ Pr#Bect Ma$a!e&e$t (3 0 0 3) IE-40Mai$te$a$ce a$/ ;eliability E$!i$eeri$! (3 0 0 3)

IE-399 Electi:e-II (3 0 0 3)

IE-300 I$/)strial Practical 'rai$i$! (0 0 0 -)





ME-403 CA2ACAM (2 0 4 4) IE-404 I$/)strial I$str)&e$tati#$ (3 0 0 3)

IE-499 Electi:e-III (3 0 0 3) IE-499 Electi:e-I3 (3 0 0 3)

IE-400 Pr#Bect (Phase-I) (0 0 4 2) IE-400 Pr#Bect (PhaseII) (0 0 16 -)

<C-499 <(e$ Electi:e-II (3 0 0 3)











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Pr 9r-<<" C 7"# IE Bachelor of Technology in Industrial EngineeringI Department of Industrial Engineering I The overall credit structure I
U!7"r9r-76-," C r" (UC) C-,"9 r; ,00F70 "0 &C T:T"> '#tal Cre/its C 17H6<-!1,1"0* S 41-8 S41"!4"0 -!7 M-!-9"<"!, (HSS=M) ,-51*1 Introduction to -anagement and 95*5* Communication ,-51*) ngineering conomics and 9515* Ainancial -anagement ,-51*9 Communication >aboratory *5*5) I 52*) -arketing and Ainancial 95*5* -anagement TOTAL HSS=M (%1%& B-014 S41"!4"0 (BS) -"51*1 -athematics5I -"51*) -athematics5II -"5)*1 Probability and 0tatistics P,51*1 Physics P,51*9 Physics >aboratory C,51*1 Chemistry C,51*9 Chemistry >aboratory TOTAL BS E!91!""r1!9 Ar,0 -!7 S41"!4"0 (EAS) IC51*1 lectrical 0cience C051*1 Computer 0oftware D Theory and Practice C51*1 7asic lectronics C51*9 7asic lectronics >aboratory C5)/8 &igital lectronics and -icroprocessor "rchitecture C5)<8 &igital lectronics and -icroprocessor "rchitecture >ab IC51*9 lectrical 0cience >aboratory I 51*1 -anufacturing Processes I 51*9 -anufacturing Processes >aboratory I 5)*1 -achine &rawing -"5)** #umerical -ethods -C51*1 -echanics of 0olids and Aluids -C51*9 -echanics of 0olids and Aluids >aboratory - 51*1 Thermal 0cience - 51*) ngineering Graphics - 51*9 ngineering Graphics >aboratory - 5)*1 0trength of -aterials - 5)); 0trength of -aterials >ab P,5)*1 -aterial 0cience F Technology P,5))1 -aterial 0cience F Technology >ab TOTAL EAS D"?-r,<"!,-8 C r" (DC) I 5)*) -echanical -easurements and -etrology I 5)*2 -etallurgy and ,eat Treatment I 5)*; Planning and control of -anufacturing 0ystems I 5)*8 &esign of -achine lements I 5))) -echanical -easurements and -etrology >aboratory I 5))2 -etallurgy and ,eat Treatment >aboratory - 5)*9 Theory of -achines - 5)*< "pplied Thermodynamics - 5))< "pplied Thermodynamics >aboratory I 59** Industrial Practical Training I 59*1 Casting Aorming and Celding 9515* 9515* 9515* 9515* *5*5) 9515* *5*5) 1>%>%4 9515* 15*5) 9515* *5*5) 9515* *5*5) *5*5) )5*5* *5*52 15*5; 95*5) 95*5* *5*5) 9515* )5*5* *5*52 9515* *5*5) 9515* *5*5) )0%'%)0 Cr"71,0 11 )) /1 1*/ 18* U!7"r9r-76-," E8"4,1:" (UE) C-,"9 r; Cr"71,0 & 1) : *;

59*) 59*9 59*2 Industrial "utomation and 6obotics -achine Tool and -achining :perations 6esearch 95*5* 9515* 95*5) ) 4 4

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I 59*2 I 59*/ I 59*; I 59*< I 59*= I 59)1 I 59)) I 59)9 I 59)/ I I I I I 52** 52*1 52*9 52*2 52*;

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I 52*8 - 52*9

:perations 6esearch Cork study and rgonomics -anagement Information 0ystems Aacilities Planning and @alue ngineering Industrial Juality Control Casting Aorming and Celding >aboratory Industrial "utomation and 6obotics -achine Tool and -achining >aboratory Cork study and rgonomics >aboratory Pro.ect %Phase51 FII( $igs, fixtures and tool &esign -aterials -anagement Industrial Instrumentation #etworks and Pro.ect -anagement -aintenance and 6eliability ngineering C"&4C"-

95*5) 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5) *5*5) *5*5) *5*5) *5*5) *5*5)* 95*5) 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* )5*52 /=5;52;

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D"?-r,<"!, E8"4,1:"0 (DE) I 5911 ngineering conomics and Industrial &esign I 5919 0imulation and -odelling I 591/ "dvanced Industrial Inspection and #on5destructive Testing I 591< Plastics ngineering I 591* &esign for -anufacturing and "ssembly I 591) Productivity ngineering and Technology -anagement I 5912 nvironmental Planning and Control I 591; "utomobile ngineering I 5211 nterprise 6esource Planning I 5219 Total Juality -anagement I 521/ merging Trends in -anufacturing Technology+ I 521< Computer Integrated -anufacturing I 521* 0upply Chain -anagement and >ogistics -anagement I 521) Change -anagement for Competitiveness I 5212 -echatronics I 521; Geometrical -odelling for -anufacturing O?"! E8"4,1:"0 (OE)

95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5* 95*5*

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M-,"r1-8 S41"!4" -!7 T"4h! 8 9;

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S,r64,6r" B Cr;0,-881!" S 8170# Crystal structure and crystal systems, Closed packing, 0ome prominent crystal structures, -iller indices, &etermination of crystal structure, 6eciprocal lattice+ I<?"rB"4,1 !0 I! S 8173 Points imperfections and their equilibrium concentration, dge and screw dislocations, 7urgers vector and the dislocation loop, 0tress field and energy of dislocation, &islocation multiplication+ M"4h-!14-8 Pr ?"r,1"0# 7asic concepts, Tensile stress5strain curve, 0trength, &uctility, lasticity, Toughness, lastic deformation, Plastic deformation of metals, Critical resolved shear stress, 0hear strength of ideal and real crystals, -echanical failure D Aatigue, Aracture, and Creep mechanism+ E8"4,r14-8 Pr ?"r,1"0# Classical and quantum theory of free electrons, 6elaxation time and mean free path, &ensity of energy states, Aermi energy, lectron motion under periodic potential, :rigin of energy bands in solids, Classification of materials on the basis of band theory, ffective mass, Intrinsic and xtrinsic semi5conductors+ ,all effect and its applications+ D1"8"4,r14 Pr ?"r,1"0# -echanisms of dielectric polari!ationK Concept of polari!ability, &ielectrics in alternating fields, Complex dielectric coefficient, &ielectric loss+ M-9!",14 Pr ?"r,1"0# 7asic concepts, 0oft and hard magnetic materials, Aerrites, 0election techniques for applications, "pplication of magnetic materials+ Ph-0" A!7 EC6181/r16< D1-9r-<0# 0olid solutions, Phase rule, Cooling curves, Phase diagrams5 0olid solution system, utectic system, Combination type system, >ever rule, Iron D carbon system, "lloy steel+ Ph-0" Tr-!B r<-,1 ! A!7 H"-, Tr"-,<"!,# Time D Temperature D Transformation %TTT( diagrams+ Continuous D Cooling D Transformation %CCT( diagrams+ "nnealing, #ormali!ing, ,ardening, Tempering, -artempering, "ustempering, -araging, 0olid solution hardening, Precipitation hardening+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ME%&01 D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Callister C &, LMaterial Science and EngineeringM, $ohn Ciley F 0ons, Inc+ #ew ?ork %1==<( &ekker " $,LSolid State PhysicsM, -ac-illan, India >imited, -adras %1==1(+ @+ 6aghavan L Introduction to Material Science and Engineering M, Prentice ,all of India @an @lack > ,, LElements of Material Science and EngineeringM, "ddison Casley Publishers &ieter G , LMechanical MetallurgyM, -cGraw ,ill, #ew ?ork %1==;(+ S,r"!9,h B M-,"r1-80 @) 1 0 4A

S1<?8" 0,r"00"0 -!7 0,r-1!0# Concept of stress and strain3 0t+ @enants principle of stress and strain diagram, ,ookeNs law, ?oungNs modulus, Poisson ratio, stress at a point, stresses and strains in bars sub.ected to axial loading, -odulus of elasticity, stress produced in compound bars sub.ected to axial loading, Temperature stress and strain calculations due to applications of axial loads and variation of temperature in single and compound walls+ C <? 6!7 0,r"00"0 -!7 0,r-1!0# Two dimensional system, stress at a point on a plane, principal stresses and principal planes, -ohrNs circle of stress, ellipse of stress and their applications, Two dimensional stress5strain system, principal strains and principal axis of strain, circle of strain and ellipse of strain, 6elationship between elastic constants+ B"!71!9 < <"!, -!7 0h"-r B r4" 71-9r-<0# 7ending moment and shear force diagrams, 0 A and 7 definitions+ 7- and 0A diagrams for cantilevers, 0imply supported and fixed beams with or without overhangs and calculation of maximum 7- and 0A and the point of contraflexure under Concentrated loads, 'niformity distributed loads over the whole span or part of span, combination of concentrated loads %two or three( and uniformly distributed loads, uniformly varying loads, application of moments+ Th" r; B /"!71!9 0,r"00"0# "ssumptions in the simple bending theory, derivation of formula3 its application to beams of rectangular, circular and channel sections, composite4fletched beams, bending and shear stresses in composite beams+ T r01 !# &erivation of torsion equation and its assumptions+ "pplications of the equation of the hollow and solid circular shafts, torsional rigidity, combined torsion and bending of circular shafts, principal stress

and maximum shear stresses under combined loading of bending and torsion, analysis of close5coiled5 helical springs+ Th1! 4;81!7"r0 -!7 0?h"r"0# &erivation of formulae and calculations of hoop stress longitudinal stress in a cylinder, and sphere sub.ected to internal pressures increase in &iameter and volume+ C 86<!0 -!7 0,r6,0# Columns under uni5axial load, 7uckling of Columns, 0lenderness ratio and conditions+ &erivations of ulerNs formula for elastic buckling load, equivalent length, 6ankine GordonNs empirical formula+ S,r-1! "!"r9;# nergy of dilation and distortion, resilience stress due to suddenly applied loads, CastiglianoNs theorem, -axwellNs theorem of reciprocal deflection+ Th" r1"0 B F-186r"# -aximum principal stress theory, maximum shear stress theory, maximum strain energy theory, maximum shear strain energy theory, graphical representation and derivation of equation for each and their application to problems relating to two dimensional stress systems only+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ME%&0) D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Pytel " , and 0inger A >, Strength of Materials, 2th dition, ,arper Collins, #ew &elhi %1=8<(+ 7eer P A and $ohnston %$r( 6, Mechanics of Materials, 0I @ersion, Tata -cGraw ,ill, India %)**1(+ Popov P, Engineering Mechanics of Solids, 0I @ersion )nd dition, Prentice ,all of India, #ew &elhi %)**9(+ Timoshenko 0 P and ?oung & ,, Elements of Strength of Materials, /th dition, ast Cest Press, #ew &lehi %1=82(+ $indal ' C, Introduction to Strength of Materials, 9rd dition, Galgotia Publishing Private >imited #ew &elhi %)**1(+ Th" r; B M-4h1!"0 @) & 0 >A

B-014 C !4"?,0# Binematics of machine, Binematic link and their different types, types of kinematic pair, kinematic chain, mechanism and inversions of four bar chain and slider crank mechanism+ &egree of freedom, synthesis of linkages D number synthesis, GrashofNs criterion and introduction to dimensional synthesis+ 5"8 41,; A!-8;010# -otion of a link, velocity of a point on a link by relative velocity method, velocities of slider crank mechanisms, rubbing velocity at a pin .oint, velocity of a point on a link by instantaneous center method, properties and types of I5Center, Bennedy theorem and methods of locating I5centers in a mechanism+ A44"8"r-,1 ! A!-8;010# "cceleration of a point on a link, acceleration in slider crank mechanism, Coriolis component of acceleration, Juick5return mechanism+ C-<0 -!7 F 88 2"r# Types of cams and followers, cam terminology, types of motion of the follower, analysis of motion of the follower, analysis of motion of the follower for cams with specified contours+ G"-r0# Classification of gears, terminology used in gears, law of gearing, velocity of sliding, forms of teeth, construction and properties of an involute, construction and properties of cycloidal teeth, effect of variation of center distance on the velocity ratio of involute profile tooth gears, length of path of contact, arc of contact, number of pairs of teeth in contact, interference, minimum number of teeth, interference between rack and pinion, undercutting, terminology of helical and worm gears+ G"-r Tr-1!0# &efinition of simple, compound, reverted and epicyclic gear trains, velocity ratio of epicyclic gear trains+ B"8,* R ?" -!7 Ch-1! Dr1:"# Types of belt drives, velocity ratio, law of belting, length of belt, ratio of friction tensions, power transmitted, effect of centrifugal tension on power transmission, condition for maximum power transmission, concept of slip and creep+ Chain drive, chain length and angular speed ratio+ Br-D"0 -!7 D;!-< <","r0# Types of brakes, principle and function of various types of brakes, problems to determine braking capacity, different types of dynamometers+ G :"r! r0# &ifferent types of centrifugal and inertia governors3 hunting, isochronism, stability, effort and power of governor, controlling force+

B-8-!41!9# 0tatic and dynamic balancing, balancing of several masses in different planes+ N ,"# In addition to the tutorials several studies related to mechanism, mechanism trains %>athe, -illing -achines, 0haper(, automobiles mechanisms, automobile gearbox, differential mechanisms will be performed by the students+ 7alancing of rotating masses, characteristics of governors, cam and cam profile experiments will be demonstrated during the tutorial classes+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE&01 D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 7evan T, LThe Theory of Machines, 9rd dition C70 Publishers and &istributors %)**)(+ 0higley $ and @ickar $ $, Theory of Machines and Mechanism , )nd dition, -cGraw ,ill, #ew &elhi %1==/(+ Cilson C and 0adler $, Kinematics and Dynamics of Machine, 9rd dition, Prentice ,all %)**)(+ 6atan 0 0, Theory of Machines, 1st dition, Tata -cGraw ,ill, #ew &elhi %1==9(+ 6ao $ 0 and &ukkipati 6 @, Mechanism and Machine Theory, )nd dition, #ew "ge International %P( >imited, &elhi %1==)(+ M-4h1!" Dr-21!9 @1 0 ' 4A

6eview of Principle of orthographic pro.ections, symbols of standard tolerances machining symbols, sectioning and conventional representation, dimensioning, various types of screw fasteners+ "ssembly and disassembly of the following3 C 6?81!9# Pin type, flexible coupling, cone friction clutch P1?" -!7 ?1?" B1,,1!90 B 18"r M 6!,1!90# 0team stop valve, feed check valve, 6amsbottom safety valve, blow off cock+ B"-r1!90# 0wivel bearing, thrust bearing, plumber block M-4h1!" T 8 P-r,0# >athe tail stock, tool post M104"88-!" 60# 0crew .ack, drill press vice, connecting rod, eccentric CAD Pr-4,14"0# use of various application software like "utoC"&, 9&5 studio etc+ for drawing of the above machine components+ NOTE# Airst angle pro.ection to be used+ &rawings should contain bill of materials and should illustrate surface finish+ The syllabus given above indicates the broad outlines and the scope of the sub.ect to be covered+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 #arayanan >akshmi and -athur, LText- oo! of Machine Dra"ingM Gill P 0, LMachine Dra"ingM, 0 B Bataria and 0ons, #+ &elhi 7hatt # &, LMachine Dra"ingM 0idheshwar #, LMachine Dra"ingM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Co+,#ew &elhi Tanta C >, LMechanical Dra"ingM &hanpat 6ai and 0ons, #+&elhi

Based on the syllabus a number of sheets will be prepared by the students in practical classes as listed below: 0heet #o+1 "ssignment #o+1 0heet #o+ ) "ssignment #o+) "ssignment #o+9 "ssignment #o+2 0heet #o+ 9 0heet #o+ 2 "ssignment #o+ / 0heet #o+ / 3 Types of lines, Conventional 6epresentation for materials, 3 0ectioning Practice on sketch book+ 3 @arious types of machine Components for sectioning+ 3 Tolerances, >imits and Aits, Practice on 0ketchbook+ 3 -achining 0ymbols D 0urface Texture and its importance+ 3 0crew threads practice on sketchbook+ 3 @arious Types of #uts, 7olts, 0tuds and 0etscrews etc+ 3 Aoundation bolts+ 3 Coupling, its types and applications+ 3 Pin type flexible coupling and cone friction clutch+

0heet #o+ ; 0heet #o+ < 0heet #o+ 8 0heet #o+ = 0heet #o+ 1* 0heet #o+ 11 0heet #o+ 1) 0heet #o+ 19 0heet #o+ 12 0heet #o+ 1/ "ssignment #o+ ; 0heet #o+ 1; "ssignment #o+ < ME%&0E 3 "ssembly of various pipe .oints and fittings+ 3 "ssembly of 0crew $ack+ 3 "ssembly of &rill press vice+ 3 "ssembly of 0team stop valve+ 3 "ssembly of feed check valve+ 3 "ssembly of safety valve+ 3 "ssembly of 7low of cock+ 3 "ssembly of Tail 0tock+ 3 "ssembly of Tool Post+ 3 "ssembly of Thrust bearing and Plummer block+ 3 0ketch of 0wivel bearing on the sketch book+ 3 "ssembly of connecting 6od and eccentric+ 3 &rawing of machine parts using application softwares A??81"7 Th"r< 7;!-<140 @) 1 0 4A

S,"-< G"!"r-, r0# 6eview of steam generation process+ Classification, Aire and water tube boilers, &escription of Cochran, >ocomotive, >ancashire 7abcock and Cilcox boilers and 0terling 7oiler, mountings and accessories3 conomi!er, super heater etc+ -odern high pressure boilers, Characteristics of high pressure boilers, "dvantages of forced circulation, steam accumulators, boiler performance, equivalent evaporation, boiler efficiency, 7oiler Trial+ S,"-< E!91!"# Classification and working of steam engine, 0imple 6ankine cycle, methods of improving efficiency3 Aeed water heating %7leeding(, reheat cycle, combined reheat and regenerative cycle, Ideal working fluid D 7inary vapour cycle, combined power and heating cycles+ N FF8"# Types of no!!les and their utility, Alow of steam through no!!les, Critical pressure and discharge, "rea of throat and exit for maximum discharge, ffect of friction on #o!!le efficiency, 0upersaturated flow+ I<?680" T6r/1!"0# 0team turbines, description of components and advantages, Pressure and velocity compounding, @elocity diagram and work done, ffect of blade friction on velocity diagram, 0tage efficiency and overall efficiency, 6eheat factor and condition curve+ R"-4,1 ! T6r/1!"# &egree of reaction, velocity diagrams, blade efficiency and its derivationK calculation of blade height, backpressure and extraction turbines and cogenerationK conomic assessment+ -ethod of attachment of blades to turbine rotor, losses in steam turbines, Governing of steam turbines, >abyrinth packing+ C !7"!0"r0# Aunction, lements of condensing plant, types of condensers, &altonNs law of partial pressure applied to condenser problems, condenser and vacuum efficiencies+ Cooling water calculations+ ffect of air leakage, -ethods to check and prevent air infiltration+ &escription of air pump and calculation of its capacity+ R"41?r 4-,1!9 A1r C <?r"00 r0# 'se of compressed air in industry+ Classification of air compressors, :peration of single stage reciprocating compressors, Cork input and the best value of index of compression+ Isothermal and polytropic efficiency+ ffect of clearance and volumetric efficiency, -ultistage compression and its advantages+ :ptimal multi5staging, work input in multistage compression, 6eciprocating air motors+ I. C. E!91!"0# Classification, Construction and working of ) and 25 stroke 0I and CI engines and their valve timing diagram, Combustion process in 0I and CI engines, Performance of engines+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 6ogers and -ayhew, Engineering Thermodynamics, Pearson ducation #ew &elhi %1=8*(+ Beartan C $, Steam Tur ine Theory, >70 0eries, >ondon %1=/8(+ $oel 6, #asic Engineering Thermodynamics, "ddison Cesley >ongman, #ew &elhi %1===(+ Bostyuk " and Aralov @, Steam and $as Tur ines, -ir Publishers, -oscow %1=88(+ >ee $ A, Theory and Design of Steam and $as Tur ines, -cGraw ,ill, #ew ?ork %1=/2(+

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Probability: Different Approaches to probability, Addition and Multiplication theorems of Probability, Bayes Theorem, Mathematical Expectation, Expectation of Discrete and Continuous andom !ariables, Addition and Multiplication theorems of Expectation" Conditional Expectation, Chebyche#s $ne%uality" Foundations of Statistics: Basic concepts of &tatistics, Collection, &amplin', Classification and (raphical epresentation of Data, Measures of Central Tendency, Measures of Dispersion, Moments, &)e*ness and +urtosis" Theoretical Distributions: Binomial, Poisson and ,ormal Distributions" Hypothesis Testing: Procedure of Testin' -ypothesis, &tandard Error and &amplin' Distribution, Tests of &i'nificance, &tudents t.Test, /.test" 2 Test: 2 defined, 0ates Corrections, Properties of 2 , Analysis of 2 Variance Analysis: 1.test, Techni%ues of Analysis of !ariance, Analysis of !ariance in t*o. *ay Classification Model" Miscellaneous Topics : Correlation Analysis, e'ression Analysis, Cur#e 1ittin' usin' 2east &%uare Method" Books eco!!ended 1+ 3ohnson "A" and 1reunds 3"E": Probability and &tatistics for En'ineers Pearson Education 4&in'apore5 Pte 2td, $ndian Branch , ,e* Delhi, 6776" )+ 8alpole "E" and Myers "-": Probability and &tatistics for En'ineers and &cientists, Pearson Education 4&in'apore5 Pte 2td, $ndian Branch , ,e* Delhi, 6779" 9+ Bo*)er A"-" and 2iberman ("3": En'ineerin' &tatistics, Prentice -all, ,"3", :;<6" 2+ Bhattacharya ("+" and 3ohnson "A": &tatistical Concepts and Methods, 3ohn 8iley, ,e* Delhi, 6776" =" -o'' !, Elliot A T : Probability and &tatistical $nference, Pearson Education, > th Edition"


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L10, B E+?"r1<"!,0# 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ;+ <+ 8+ =+ 1*+ 11+ 1)+ 19+ To determine the resistivity of a semiconductor by four5probe method+ To estimate the band gap energy of a semiconductor+ To determine the ,all coefficient of a semiconductor and hence to estimate the charge carrier concentration+ To calibrate an electromagnet+ To determine the magnetic susceptibility of a paramagnetic salt by GuoyNs balance method+ To find the energy loss due to hysteresis for the material of given metal ring using a C+6+:+ To investigate creep of a copper wire at room temperature+ To find ?oungNs modulus, modulus of rigidity and PoissonNs ratio for the material of a given wire by 0earleNs method+ To study the elastic behaviour of solids using composite Pie!o5electric oscillator+ To study cooling curve of a binary alloy+ To test the given cement sample using autoclave+ To determine the permittivity of a given material using parallel plate capacitor+ To verify 6icherdsonNs equation of thermionic emission+

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A??r +1<-,1 ! -!7 Err r0# "ccuracy of numbers, rrors in approximations, :rder of approximation and Propagation of errors+ R ,0 B A89"/r-14 -!7 Tr-!04"!7"!,-8 EC6-,1 !0# 7isection method, 6egula5falsi method, Iteration method, #ewton56aphson method, 7airstowNs method and GraeffeNs root squaring method+ S 86,1 ! B S1<68,-!" 60 A89"/r-14 EC6-,1 !0* M-,r1+ I!:"r01 ! -!7 E19"!%:-86" Pr /8"<0# Triangularisation method, $acobiNs and Gauss50iedel iteration methods, #ewton5 6aphson method for nonlinear simultaneous equations, Triangularisation method for matrix inversion, Partition method for matrix inversion, Power method for largest eigen5values and $acobiNs method for finding all eigen5values+ F1!1," D1BB"r"!4"0 I!,"r? 8-,1 !0 -!7 N6<"r14-8 D1BB"r"!,1-,1 !0# Aorward, 7ackward, Central differences and relations between them, #ewtonNs forward, backward and divided difference interpolation formulas, >agrangeNs interpolation formula, 0tirlingNs and 7esselNs central difference interpolation formulas, #umerical differentiations using #ewtonNs forward and backward difference formulas and #umerical differentiations using 0tirlingNs and 7esselNs central difference interpolation formulas+ N6<"r14-8 I!,"9r-,1 !0# Trape!oidal rule, 0impsonNs one5third rule and #umerical double integrations using Trape!oidal rule and 0impsonNs one5third rule+ N6<"r14-8 S 86,1 ! B D1BB"r"!,1-8 EC6-,1 !0 Or71!-r; D1BB"r"!,1-8 EC6-,1 !0# TaylorNs series method, ulerNs and modified ulerNs methods, 6unge5Butta fourth order methods, methods for solving simultaneous first order differential equations and methods for solving second order differential equations+

B 6!7-r; 5-86" Pr /8"<0# Ainite difference methods for 7oundary @alue Problems P-r,1-8 D1BB"r"!,1-8 EC6-,1 !0# Ainite difference methods for lliptic, Parabolic and ,yperbolic equations B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7
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R":1"2 B N6</"r S;0,"<0 -!7 C 7"0# &ecimal, 7inary, ,exademical :ctal #umber systems and their Conversions, 7inary "rithmetic, subtraction using 1Ns and )Ns compliment, xcess59 Codes, Gray Codes, rror &etecting Codes+ B 8"-! A89"/r- -!7 L 914 G-,"0 # Introduction to 7oolean algebra, Theories of 7oolean algebra, >ogic Circuits and >ogic Gates, -inimi!ation of 7oolean xpressions by using theorems and B5-aps+ C </1!-,1 !-8 -!7 S"C6"!,1-8 L 914 C1r461,0# Introduction to "dder and 0ubtractor Circuit, -ultiplexers, &e5-ultiplexers, &ecoders, ncoders, "n Introduction to 0hift 6egisters and Counters, 0emiconductors -emories like 6:- and 6"-, "4& and &4" Converters+ M14r ?r 4"00 r B-0"7 S;0,"<0# volution of -icroprocessors, 0ystem 7lock &iagram, -icroprocessor :peration, ,ardware40oftware 6equirements, -achine >anguage and "ssembly >anguage, -icroprocessor based -achine >anguage, Criting and xecuting and "ssembly language programme+ M1r4r ?r 4"00 r Ar4h1,"4,6r" -!7 M14r 4 <?6,"r S;0,"<0# "n introduction to %85bit( -ircroprocessor, -icroprocessor "rchitecture and its operations, The 8*8/ -P' and 8*8* -P', Interfacing &evices+ I!0,r64,1 ! -!7 T1<1!90# Instruction Clarification, Instruction Aormat, Introduction 8*8/48*8* 7asic Instructions and timing, &ynamic &ebugging+ I!,r 764,1 ! , I!?6,GO6,?6, I!,"rB-41!9# 7asic Interfacing Concepts, -emory mapped I4: and I4:5 mapped I4:, "n introduction to serial I4: techniques+ Tr"!70 1! M14r ?r 4"00 r T"4h! 8 9;3 Contemporary 85bits -ircroprocessor, 1;5bits -icroprocessors, 9)5bits -icroprocessor+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Gaonkar+0 6amesh L-icroprocessor "rchitecture, Programming F "pplications with 8*8/48*8*"M, /th d+, Prentice ,all, India, )**) "ntonakes+> 5$ames L"n introduction to Intel family of -icroprocessors3 " ,andson approach utili!ing the 8*x8; microprocessor familyM9 rd d+ Prentice ,all,India,1==8 -alvino P and >each L&igital principle and applicationsM /th d+, Tata -cGraw ,ill, &elhi, )**9 $ain +6+P L-odern &igital lectronicsM9rd d+, Tata -cGraw ,ill, &elhi, )**9 -ano -+-orris L&igital &esignM9rd d+, Pearson ducation,India, )**) M"4h-!14-8 M"-06r"<"!,0 -!7 M",r 8 9; @) 1 0 4A


B-0140 B <"-06r"<"!,# Characteristics of measuring instruments, elements of an instrument, calibration of instruments, types of error in instruments, selection of instruments+

S?""7 <"-06r"<"!,3 6evolution counter, Tachoscope, various types of tachometer, stroboscope+ F r4" <"-06r"<"!,3 7eam balance, various types of load cells+ T rC6" <"-06r"<"!,3 @arious types of dynamometers, characteristics of dynamometers, direct power measurement systems+ E8"4,r <"4h-!14-8 ,r-!0764"r03 @ariable resistance transducers, variable capacitance transducers, pie!o5electric transducers, photoelectric transducers, strain gauges, use of various transducers+ M"-06r1!9 S,-!7-r703 Classification of standards, basic standards used world wide, airy points for minimum deflection+ L"!9,h -!7 A!98" M"-06r"<"!,3 0lip gauges, angle gauges, spirit level, bevel protector, sine bar+ I!"r4h-!9"-/181,;# -eaning of interchangeability, types of interchangeability, advantages of interchangeability+ D"019! B G-69"0# Indian standard for design of fits and tolerances, TaylorNs principle, design of limit gauges, advantages of limit gauges+ C <?-r-, r0# -eaning of comparators, types of comparators, advantages of various types of comparators+

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Pr 764,1 ! Pr 4"00"03 discrete and process types, mass, batch, unit flexible manufacturing types, manufacturing operations3 selection of a process, difference between manufacturing and service operations, classification of manufacturing processes, / Ps in the organi!ation+ Pr 4"00 D"019!3 0ystems approach to process planning and design, linkage between product planning and process planning, distinction between process planning and facilities planning, types of process design, product mix, process planning aids, process design procedure+ F r"4-0,1!9# characteristics of demand over time, forecasting qualitative model3 &elphi, naOve quantitative models3 simple average, simple moving average, weighted moving average, exponential smoothing, smoothing coefficient selection, adaptive exponential smoothing, incorporating trend and seasonal components, linear regression, selection of forecasting models+ A99r"9-," P8-!!1!9# Concept, strategies for aggregate planning3 three pure planning strategies, graphical method for aggregate output planning, master production scheduling %-P0(, procedure for developing -P0+ Sh ?B8 r ?8-!!1!9 -!7 4 !,r 8# #ature, factors determining production planning, factors determining production control, phases in production planning and control, limitations of PPC, measuring effectiveness of PPC, production activity control, operations planning and scheduling, scheduling process5focused production systems, scheduling techniques for .ob shop, stages in scheduling, load charts and machine loading charts, dynamic sequencing rules, scheduling product Dfocused systems, scheduling for flexible manufacturing system+ R"0 6r4" R"C61r"<"!,0 P8-!!1!9# #ature, resource requirement planning system, -6P5I, -6P5II, -6P Computational procedure, issues in -6P, implementation of -6P, evaluation of -6P, Introduction to 6P+ I!,r 764,1 ! , ?r 3"4, ?8-!!1!9 -!7 4 !,r 8# #ature, pro.ect life cycle, pro.ect organi!ation, role of pro.ect manager, pro.ect planning and control, techniques, pro.ect scheduling techniques, line of balance+ M-!6B-4,6r1!9 ?8-!!1!9 = C !,r 8 0;0,"<03 $IT, CI- and CC-+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 @ollmann Thomas , 7ery Cilliam >, Chy bark & Clay, L Manufacturing Planning and +ontrol SystemsM Galgotia Publications, #ew &elhi %)**)(+ 7uffa, LModern Production.o'erations Management M, Ciley astern, #ew ?ork %1===(+ -uhlemann "lan, :akland $ohn and >ockyer Beith, L Production and /'erations Management M, -acmillan India Publications >td+ %)**1( Panneer 0elvan 6 , M Production and /'eration Management M, Prentice ,all India, #ew &elhi %)**)(+ "swathappa B and 7hat B 0hridhara, L Production and /'erations ManagementM, ,imalaya Publishing ,ouse, -umbai %)**)(+ IE%&0$ D"019! B M-4h1!" E8"<"!,0 @) 0 & 4A

I!,r 764,1 !# 7asic requirements for machine elements, design procedure, system design cycle+ D"019!1!9 B r S,r"!9,h3 Theories for failure, factor of safety, stress5concentration, variable loading, impact or shock loading+ J 1!,0# 0trength of welded .oint, design of welded .oint for static loads, riveted .oint, failure modes of riveted .oints, efficiency of riveted .oint, deign of cotter .oint, designing the cotter and gib+ K!64D8" 3 1!, -!7 1,0 7"019!3 Beys, types of keys, couplings, rigid and pin type flexible coupling design+ S?r1!90# ,elical springs design with axial loading, spring scale, erosion springs+ >eaf springs, length of leaves, design procedure+ Sh-B,0# Aailure of shafts under simple loading conditions+

B"-r1!90# 0liding bearings, hydrodynamic lubrication, hydrostatics bearing, and .ournal bearing design+ 6olling contract bearing, ball bearing, roller bearing selection procedure under simple loading conditions+ G"-r 7r1:"# Gear nomenclature, materials, types of gear tooth failures, design consideration of straight spur gears, helical spur gears, double helical gears+ B"8, Dr1:"3 Alat belt drive, working stresses, slip and creep, stresses in belts, pulleys, and design procedure+ @5belt drives, design procedure+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ EC%&E$ 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ;+ <+ 8+ =+ 1*+ 11+ ME%&&' 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ 01 ;+ <+ 8+ =+ IE%&&& D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 0harma P C and "ggarwal & B, LMachine DesignM, Bataria Publishers %)**)( 0potts - A, LDesign of Machine ElementsM, Prentice ,all of India Pvt+ >td+ %)***( 0harma C 0 F Purohit Bamlesh, LDesign of Machine ElementsM, Prentice ,all, #ew &elhi %)**9( Bhurmi 6 0 and Gupta $ B, L& Text oo! of Machine DesignM, urasia Publishing ,ousing %Pvt+( >td+, #ew &elhi %)**9( 7handari, LDesign of Machine Elements, Tata -cgraw ,ill, #ew &elhi %)**1(

D191,-8 E8"4,r !140 -!7 M14r ?r 4"00 r Ar4h1,"4,6r" L-/ r-, r;

@0 0 & 1A @erification of the truth tables of logic gates, e+g+, <2**, <2*), <2*2, <2*8, <29), <28;+ a( @erification of the truth table of the -ultiplexer <21/*+ b( @erification of the truth table of the &e5-ultiplexer <21/2+ &esign and verification of the truth tables of adder and subtractor circuits+ a( &esign and test of an 056 flip5flop using #"#& gates+ b( @erify the truth table of a $5B flip5flop %<2<;( c( @erify the truth table of a & flip5flop %<2<2( Crite a program to add two hexadecimal numbers and store the sum into a memory location+ Crite a program to sort a list of numbers in ascending and descending order+ Crite a program to multiply two 85bit numbers+ Crite a program to find the square root of 85bit number+ Crite a program to load the data byte in some register, mask the high order bits, and display the low order bits in some memory location+ Crite a program to clear the C? flag, to load number AA in register 7, and increment 7 + If the C? flag is set, display *1 at the output portK otherwise, display the contents of register 7+ The block of data is stored on the memory locations starting from PP// to PP/"+ Transfer the data to the locations PP8* to PP8/ in the reverse order S,r"!9,h B M-,"r1-80 L-/ r-, r; @0 0 & 1A

&etermination of ?oungNs modulus, tensile, strength and percentage elongation for steel, aluminum, brass and cast iron specimens on universal testing machine+ "lso plot the stress strain diagram+ To perform the compression test for cast iron specimen on universal testing machine+ To determine the deflection for mild steel specimen and verify the beam formula for specimen in bending+ To determine the stiffness of the following3 %i( Cantilever beam %ii( 0pring under compressive and tensile loading To measure the total energy a sor ed in fracturing of the ductile s'ecimen on +har'y and I2od setu'1 To plot and study the 05# curve for steel, aluminum and fibre reinforced composite material at )/E, /*E, ;*E and </E of ultimate tensile strength of the specimen+ Preparation of specimen for hardness test+ Testing of prepared specimens for 7rinell hardness and 6ockwell hardness+ To study the behavior of steel and aluminum specimen under torsion+ M"4h-!14-8 M"-06r"<"!,0 -!7 M",r 8 9; L-/ r-, r; @0 0 & 1A

1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ;+ <+ 8+ =+ 1*+ 11+ 1)+ IE%&&4 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ;+ <+ 8+ To measure the acceleration of a vibrating body using strain gauges To measure the acceleration of a rotating machinery using Pie!o5electric sensors+ To measure the velocity of a rotating shaft using Tachometer+ To measure the angle of rotation of a rotating shaft using Photoelectric sensors+ To measure the dynamic power of a shaft using instantaneous power measuring dynamometer+ To measure the load of compressive nature using load cells+ To measure the angle of a taper rod using sine bar and slip gauges+ To measure the straightness of machine tool surface by sensitive spirit level+ To measure the angle and width of a @5 groove To measure the gear tooth thickness by using gear tooth vernier caliper+ To measure the elements of screw thread using tool makers microscope+ To measure the elements of screw thread using profile pro.ecto M",-886r9; -!7 H"-, Tr"-,<"!, L-/ r-, r; @0 0 & 1A

"naly!ing the microstructure of steel and cast iron using -etallurgical -icroscope+ &etermining the grain si!e of the given specimen using -etallurgical -icroscope+ ,ardening of ferrous specimen by quenching in oil bath+ "nnealing of ferrous specimen by slow cooling in the furnace+ Tempering of ferrous specimen in the furnace Cyaniding a ferrous specimen in cyaniding bath+ #itriding of ferrous specimen in nitriding bath+ Induction hardening of a given ferrous specimen+


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C-0,1!9# -olding methods and processes5materials, equipment, molding sand ingredients, essential requirements, sand preparation and control, testing, cores and core making+ &esign considerations in casting, gating and 6isering, directional solidification in castings+ 0and castings5pressure die casting5 permanent mould casting5centrifugal casting5precision investment casting, shell moulding, Co) moudling, continuous casting5squee!e casting5electro slag casting+ Aettling and finishing, defects in Castings+ Aoundry melting furnaces3 selection of furnace5crucibles oil fired furnaces, electric furnaces5cupola, ,ot blast F r<1!9 Principle, classification and equipment for forging , rolling and extrusion processes, &efects and analysis3 6od4wire drawing5tool, equipment and principle of processes defects, Tube drawing and sinking processes5-annessmann processes of seamless pipe manufacturing+ Classification conventional and , 6A processes, Presses5types and selection of presses, formability of sheet metals, Principle, process parameters, equipment and application of the following processes+ &eep drawing, spinning, stretch forming, plate bending, press brake forming, xplosive forming, electro hydraulic forming, magnetic pulse forming+ 0uper plastic forming, electro forming5fine blanking, P4- forging5Isothermal forging5high speed, hot forging high velocity extrusion+ ."871!9# Types of welding5gas welding5arc welding5shielded metal arc welding, T"C, G-"C, 0"C, 0C56esistance welding %spot, seam, pro.ection, percussion, flash types(5atomic hydrogen arc welding5 thermit welding soldering, bra!ing and bra!e welding+ lectron beam and >aser beam welding5plasma arc welding5stud welding5friction welding5explosive welding ultrasonic welding5underwater welding5roll bonding5diffusion bonding5cold welding5welding of plastics, dissimilar metal+ Gas welding equipments5 welding power sources and characteristics5safety aspects in welding5automation of welding, seam tracking, vision and arc sensing5welding robots+ &efects in welding5causes and remedies5destructive testing methods 5 #&T of weldments 5 testing of pipe, plate, boiler, drum, tank5case studies5weld thermal cycle5residual stresses5distortion5relieving of stresses, weldability of cast iron, steel, stainless steel, aluminium alloys5effect of gases in welding5fatigue failure in weldments+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7

1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ Taylor , A, Alemings - C and Culff $, 3oundry Engineering, Ciley astern >imited, 1==9+ >indberg 6+", Processes and Materials of Manufacture , Prentice ,all of India %P( >td+,1==; >ancaster $+A+, Metallurgy of "elding , George allen and 'nwin, 1==1+ kalpak.ian 0erope, Manufacturing engineering and Technology, dition III 5 addision 5 Cesley Publishing Co+, 1==/+ Cilliam A+ ,osford F Caddel 6obert -+, Metal forming (Mechanics 4 Metallurgy,, Prentice ,all Publishing Co+, 1==*+ M-4h1!" T 80 -!7 M-4h1!1!9 @)104A


M",-8 C6,,1!9 Th" r;# Introduction, tool materials, tool geometry, mechanics of metal cutting, tool failures, tool wear in metal cutting, tool life, cutting forces and power, machinability, metal cutting economics, cutting fluids B-014 M-4h1!" T 8 E8"<"!,0# Introduction, machine tools, elements, motors, holding work pieces, handling work pieces, handling tools, and control systems+ T6r!1!9 O?"r-,1 !0# Introduction, constructional features of a center lathe, cutting tools, operations performed on a center lathe, taper turning methods, thread cutting methods, special attachments, limitations of a center lathe, capstan and turret lathes, turret indexing mechanism, tool layout of turret and capstan machines, automatic lathes, tool layout and cam design for automatic lathes, machining time estimation+ H 8" M-D1!9 Pr 4"00# Introduction, drilling, types of drilling machines, reaming, boring, tapping, other hole making operations, machining time estimation+ M1881!9 Pr 4"00# Introduction, types of milling machines, milling cutters, milling operations, dividing head, milling mechanics, machining time estimation R"41?r 4-,1!9 M-4h1!" T 80# 0haper, quick return mechanism, planner, slotter+ A/r-01:" ?r 4"00# Introduction, grinding wheel designation and selection, types of grinding machines, grinding process, grinding process parameters, honing, lapping+ O,h"r M-4h1!" T 80# 0awing, broaching, gear cutting+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE%)0> D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 >indberg 6oy ", LProcesses and materials of manufactureM, Aourth edition P,I, 1==*+ :stwald Phillip A, LManufacturing 'rocesses and systems M, $ohn Ciley and 0ons, ninth edition %1==8(+ 6ao P #, LManufacturing technologyM, Tata -cGraw5,ill, )**)+ Gerling, L&ll & out Machine ToolsM, #ew "ge International %P( >imited, sixteenth edition, )***+ Chapman C " $, L5or!sho' TechnologyM, Part1, ),9, C70 Publishers and distributors+,)*** . rD S,67; -!7 Er9 ! <140 @)00)A

Pr 764,1:1,;# &efinition, reasons for low productivity, methods to improve productivity, work5study and productivity H6<-! B-4, r 1! 2 rD%0,67;# 6elationship of work5study man with management, supervisor F workers, qualities of a work5study man+ M",h 7%0,67;# &efinition, ob.ectives, step5by5step procedure, questioning techniques, charts and diagrams for recording data+ >ike outline process charts, flow process charts, multiple activity charts, two handed process chart, string diagram, travel chart, cycle graph, Chrono5cycle graph, therbligs, micro motion study and film analysis, 0imo chart, principles of motion economy+ &evelopment and installation of new method

. rDM"-06r"<"!,# &efinition, various techniques of work5measurement work5sampling, stop5watch time study F its procedure, $ob selection, quipment and forms used for time study, rating, methods of rating, allowances and their types, standard time, numerical problems, predetermined Dtime standards and standard data techniques+ I!4"!,1:"# -eaning, ob.ectives of an incentive plan, various types of incentive plans+ Er9 ! <140# Introduction, history of development, man5machine system and its components+ Introduction to structure of the body5 features of the human body, stress and strain, metabolism, measure of physiological functions5 workload and energy consumption, biomechanics, types of movements of body members, strength and endurance, speed of movements+ "pplied anthropometry 5 types, use, principles in application, design of work surfaces and seat design+ @isual displays for static information, visual displays of dynamic information, auditory, tactual and olfactory displays and controls+ ffect of vibration, noise, temperature and illumination on performance+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 7arnes 6alph -+, LMotion 4 Time study6 Design and Measurement of 5or!M, Ciley Text 7ooks,)**1+ -arvin , -undel F &avid >, LMotion 4 Time Study6 Im'ro7ing Producti7ityM, Pearson ducation, )***+ 7en.amin #iebel and Areivalds "ndris, LMethods Standards 4 5or! DesignM, -c Graw ,ill, 1==<+ International >abour organi!ation, L5or!-studyM, :xford and I7, publishing company Pvt+ >td+, #+&elhi, )**1+ 0anders -ark 0 and -cCormick rnert $, L -uman 3actors in Engineering and Design M, -cGraw5 ,ill Inc+, 1==9+ F-4181,1"0 P8-!!1!9 = 5-86" E!91!""r1!9 @)00)A


PART A I!,r 764,1 ! , B-4181,1"0 ?8-!!1!9 -!7 7"019!# plant layout, material handling and their interrelationship, ob.ectives of a good plant layout, principles of a good layout, classical types of layouts, special types and practical layouts+ F-4, r0 -BB"4,1!9 ?8-!, 8-; 6,# man, material, machine, movement, waiting, service, building and change, features and considerations of each factor, procedure of plant layout, data collection for layout design, layout visuali!ation using templates and 9& models+ S1," 8 4-,1 !3 various theories4models of site location like equal weights, variable weights, weight cum rating, composite model and 7ridgemannnNs model, Ceber index, and various sub.ective techniques, evaluation of layout, computeri!ed layout, flowcharts of various programmes like C6"AT, ">& P "#& C:6 >"P+ M-,"r1-8 h-!781!93 principles, factors affecting material handling, ob.ectives, material handling equation, selection of material handling systems and equipments, cranes, conveyors, hoists and industrial trucks, installation of new facilities in the existing setup using median model and gravity model+ PART B I!,r 764,1 ! , :-86" "!91!""r1!9 = :-86" -!-8;010# methodology of value engineering, unnecessary costs, use and prestige value, estimation of product quality or performance+ Types of functions functional cost and functional worth+ ffect of value improvement on profitability, tests for poor value, aims and ob.ectives of value engineering, systematic approach+ @alue engineering, .ob plan5 study of various phases of the .ob plan+ 0election of pro.ects for value analysis+ Primary and secondary functions work and sell functions, determining and evaluating functions, assigning equivalence, function5cost matrix evaluation+ Aunction %A"0T(+ 6eporting, implementation F follow up+ B 1+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 -udge "rthur )***+ , L8alue Engineering -& Systematic &''roachM, -cGraw ,ill 7ook Co+, #ew ?ork,

)+ 9+ 2+ /+ Qimmerman , L8alue Engineering - & Practical &''roach M, C70 Publishers F &istributors, #ew &elhi,)***+ -iles 6 &, LTechni9ues of 8alue analysis 4 EngineeringM, -cGraw ,ill, )***+ "pple $ames, LPlant *ayout 4 Material -andlingM, The 6onalt Press Co+, #ew &elhi, 1==8+ Arancis, -cGinnis and Chite, L3acilities *ayout 4 *ocation :an analytical &''roach M Prentice ,all of India Pvt >td+, #ew &elhi, )**1+ I!760,r1-8 H6-81,; C !,r 8 @)%0%&I%4A


R":1"2 B 0,-,10,14-8 4 !4"?,0# Graphical representation of grouped data, continuous F discrete probability distributions, central limit theorem, skewness and kurtosis, tests of normality for a given data, chi5square test+ I!,r 764,1 !# Process control and product control, difference between 0JC and 0PC, chance and assignable causes of quality variation, advantages of 0hewhart control charts+ Pr 4"00 C !,r 8# Charts for variablesK P bar, 6 and sigma charts, moving average chartK fixation of control limitsK Type I and Type II errorK theory of runsK Interpretation of R out of control R points+ Initiation of control charts, trial control limits+ &etermination of aimed5at value of process setting+ 6ational method of sub grouping+ Control chart parameters+ P bar chart with re.ect limits limitations of P bar and 6 charts, C !,r 8 81<1,0 :"r0"0 0?"41B14-,1 ! 81<1,0 3 natural tolerances limits, relationship of a Sprocess in controlN to upper F lower specification limits+ Process capability studies, process capability indices for bilateral specifications F unilateral specification cases, remedial actions for indices less than one+ C !,r 8 4h-r,0 B r A,,r1/6,"0# fraction defective chart and number of defectives chart, varying control limits, high defectives and low defectives, seriousness classification of defects, defects chart, '5chart+ Juality rating, "verage 6un >ength %"6>(, 6elative efficiency or sensitivity of control charts+ Pr 764, I!0?"4,1 !# 1**E inspection, no inspection and sampling inspection+ "pplication of hyper geometric, binomial F Poisson distributions in acceptance inspection+ :perating Characteristic Curve %:+C+Curve(K ffect of sample si!e and acceptance number, type " and type 7 :+C+ curves+ 0ingle, &ouble and -ultiple 0ampling Plans+ "cceptance4 re.ection and acceptance4 rectification plans+ ProducerRs risk and consumerRs risk+ Indifference quality level, "verage :utgoing Juality %":J( curve, ":J>+ Juality protection offered by a sampling plan+ "verage 0ample #umber %"0#( curve, "verage Total Inspection %"TI( curve+ &esign of single sampling plans+ E4 ! <140 B Pr 764, I!0?"4,1 !# 'se of 7reak5even analysis in decision for selection of economic acceptance plan option+ &odge 5 6omig Tables, -I>50T&51*/&+ Introduction to surface response methodology and Taguchi methods+ IPr-4,14" S"001 ! The following exercises would be covered under the practice session3 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ To show that sample means from a normal universe follow a normal distribution+ To show that sample means from a non5normal universe %rectangular universe( also follow a normal distribution+ To show that sample means from a non5normal universe %triangular universe( also follow a normal distribution+ To verify binomial distribution of the number of defectives+ %7y mixing marbles of different colours F assuming say white marbles to be defectives or by any other suitably designed experiment(+ To plot :perating Characteristics curve for single sampling attributes plan+ %n G )*, c G *, 1 F ) at different fraction defectives or any other single sampling attributes plan(+ 'se PoissonNs distribution for calculation of probabilities of acceptance+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Grant > and >eavenworth 6 0, LStatistical ;uality +ontrolM, -cGraw ,ill, 0ixth dition %)***( ,ansen 7ertrand > and Ghare Prabhakar -, L ;uality +ontrol and &''licationsM Prentice ,all of India Pvt+ >td+, Airst dition %1==9( "mitav -itra, L3undamentals of ;uality +ontrol and Im'ro7ement M, Pearson ducation "sia, Airst dition %)**2(

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2+ /+ IE%)&1 7esterfield &ale , TetUal+V, LTotal ;uality ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, Airst dition %)**9( Qaidi "+, LSP+6 +once'ts, Methodologies and Tools M, Prentice ,all of India, Airst dition, %)**9( C-0,1!9* F r<1!9 -!7 ."871!9 L-/ r-, r; @00&1A

List of E periments 1+ 0tudy of Tools and quipments used in foundry+ )+ Preparation of moulds of simple ob.ects like flange, gear @5 grooved pulley etc+ 9+ 0tudy of Tools and quipments used in welding 2+ "rc Celding of butt .oint, Tap $oint, Tee fillet etc+, /+ &emonstration of gas welding+ ;+ TIG and -IG welding $obs <+ 0pot welding .ob 8+ &ie design and manufacturing for forming+ IE%)&) M-4h1!" T 80 -!7 M-4h1!1!9 L-/ r-, r; @00&1A

students are required to perform various .obs in the machine shop as given below3 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE%)&> List of E periments 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ ;+ <+ 8+ =+ 1*+ 11+ -ethod to improve the assembly and dis5assembly of a 7olt, a nut and three washers -ethods Improvement D "ssembling pins on cardboard 6ating Practice DCalking on level grounds and &ividing a pack of cards into four equal piles+ 6ating Practice D Ailms+ Cork sampling exercises 0top watch time study on drilling machine, lathe machine and C#C machine Calibration of an individual using Tread -ill as a loading5device+ -easurement of anthropometrics data and analysis of data+ "udiometric examination a through pure tone audiogram of a sub.ect using portable audiometer To measure the respiratory parameter of an individual+ To study the effect of ergonomically poor designed control panel on error rate+ Practice on >athe 3 */ $obs %$obs should cover various lathe operations like centering, facing, turning, stepped turning, parting, threading, taper turning, chamfering and knurling( Practice on 0haper 3 *1 $ob %0lot cutting( Practice on milling machine 3 *1 $ob %0lot cutting( Practice on 0urface grinder 3 *) $ob %Creating Alat surface( Practice on &rilling -achine 3 *1 $ob %-arking and drilling operations( . rD S,67; -!7 Er9 ! <140 L-/ r-, r; @00&1A

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I!,r 764,1 !3 &efinitions, what is industrial design, assessing the need for I&, product and process cycles, ethics, societal and economic considerations in engineering, technological forecasting, technological innovation and design process+ D"019! Pr 4"003 Importance of product design, considerations of a good design, detailed descriptions of design process, role of marketing, organi!ation for design and role of computers in design+ C !4"?, 9"!"r-,1 ! = 4 !4"?, 0"8"4,1 ! 3 Concept generation process, basic methods, information gathering and brain storming, conventional aids, brain ball, C50ketch4;595/ method3 advanced methods3

&irect search, systematic search with physical principles and classifying schemes3 -orphological analysis, factors that determine effective decision making, stimating technical feasibility, concept selection process5 basic and advanced methods+ Pr 764, M 7"81!9# model preparation F selection method, construction of product models, physical models4 prototypes, types of prototypes, uses of prototypes, rapid prototyping techniques, dimensional analysis, similitude and scale models, geometrical modeling on the computer, computer visuali!ation+ D"019! B r R /60,!"00# Juality design theory, general robust design model, robust design model construction, taguchiNs methodK noise variable matrix, design variable matrix, experimental matrix, signal to noise ratio, selection of target design, optimi!ation methods, finite element analysis, evaluation considerations in optimi!ation, design optimi!ation+ D"019! B r <-!6B-4,6r1!9 -!7 -00"</8;3 stimation of manufacturing costs, reducing the cost of components and assemblies, design for assembly, design for piece part production, cost driver modeling and manufacturing cost analysis+ S1<68-,1 !3 concept of simulation, advantages and disadvantages of simulation, areas of application, systems and system environment, components of a system, discrete and continuous systems, model of a system, types of models, steps in a simulation study, simulation application examples E4 ! <14 7"4101 !%<-D1!9# 7reak5 ven analysis, "pplications of 7reak5 ven "nalysis, Investment &ecisions, Payback Period, "66, #P@ and I66 methods, &epreciation, benefits 5 cost analysis+ C 0, ":-86-,1 !3 categories of cost, method of developing cost estimates, cost indexes, cost capacity factors, estimation of plant cost, design cost, manufacturing costs, value analysis in costing, overhead costs, activity based costing, learning curve, cost models, life cycle costing+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 'lrich Barl T and ppinger 0teven &, LProduct design and De7elo'mentM, -cGraw5,ill Inc, )***+ Trott Paul, LInno7ation Management and %e" Product De7elo'ment M, Ainancial Times Professional >td, >ondon, )***+ &ieter George , LEngineering DesignM, -cGraw5,ill Inc+, )***+ :tto Belvin and Cood Bristen, LProduct DesignM, Pearson ducation, &elhi, )**1+ 7ruce - and Cooper 6achel, L+reati7e Product DesignM, $ohn Ciley F 0ons >td+, #ew ?ork, )*** S1<68-,1 ! = M 7"81!9 @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 !# 7asic concepts of systems5 lements of systems5concept of simulation5simulation as a decision making tool5types of simulation5system modeling5types of modeling R-!7 < N6</"r0# Probability and statistical concepts of simulation5pesudo random numbers5methods of generating random numbers5&iscrete and continuous distributions5Testing of random numbers5 sampling5simple, random and simulated+ D"019! OB S1<68-,1 ! E+?"r1<"!,0# Problem formulation5&ata collection and reduction time flow mechanism5Bey variables5>ogic flowcharts starting condition56unsi!e5 xperimental design consideration5 output analysis and interpretation, validation application of simulation in industries, engineering and scientific organi!ation+ S1<68-,1 ! M 7"80# Computer simulation models, flow charts, time representation, operation of simulation models, micro dynamic models, examples from business F industry+ S1<68-,1 ! L-!96-9"# 'se of digital computer in simulated sampling5comparison and selection of simulation languages5"nalysis5study of any simulation language5-odification of simulation models using simulation language+ S1<68-,1 ! 7"019!0 -!7 0 B,2-r"0# Games F gaming design of management game simulation, general5 purpose languages+ 0imulation software packages for mainframe, mini4microcomputers and PCNs+ R"4"!, -7:-!4"0 -!7 4-0" 0,671"0G<1!1 ?r 3"4,# &evelopment of simulation models using simulation languages studied for systems like queuing systems production, inventory, maintenance and replacement systems5Investment analysis and network+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7

1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ Gray 7eal, $ and Pooch ' C, L Simulation Princi'les 4 MethodsM, Cinthrop Publishing Incorporate+ $ones G T, L Simulation and #usiness decisionM, Penguin 7ooks, >ondon+ 7anks, Carson, #elson and #icole, L Discrete E7ent System Simulation M, Pearson ducation, "sia %)**1(+ 0hannon 6+ +, LSystems simulation- the art and scienceM, Prentice ,all, 1==9+ 7anks $erry and Carson $ohn 0+, LDiscrete e7ent system simulationM, Prentice ,all, )**1+ A7:-!4"7 I!0?"4,1 ! -!7 N ! D"0,r64,1:" T"0,1!9 @) 0 0 )A


R-71 9r-?h;3 Principle of radiography, types of radiography, equipments for neutron radiography, x5ray radiography, equipments for x5ray radiography, advantages and applications of fluoroscopy and photo fluoroscopy+ E8"4,r <-9!",14 <",h 703 Principle of electromagnetic testing, mathematical analysis, flaw detection in conductors, various typesN of instruments used and advantages of various electromagnetic methods for crack detection etc+ U8,r-0 !14 <",h 703 Principle of ultrasonic testing, generation of ultrasonic waves, equipment details for ultrasonic checking, methods of wave propagation, methods of flaw detection, various methods of ultrasonic testing, advantages of ultrasonic methods for flaw detection and crack location+ H 8 9r-?h;# Principle of holography, method of holographic recording, method of holographic reconstruction, advantages of this technique and applications of holographic methods for non5destructive testing+ L1C617 ?"!",r-!, ,"0,1!93 Principle of liquid penetrates testing, types of dyes and penetrants used in this testing technique and application of liquids for detecting sub5surface defects+ M-9!",14 ?-r,148" ,"0,1!93 Principles of magnetic particle testing, details of equipments used and methods of crack detection by magnetic particle testing+ H-r7!"00 ,"0,1!93 7rinnel hardness testing, 6ockwell hardness tests, shore hardness testing, @icker hardness testing and theory behind various hardness testing methods+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE%)1E D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 -alhotra, L-and oo! on %on-destructi7e Testing of +oncreteM, Publisher3 C6C Press, )**)+ -ix, Paul , LIntroduction To %ondestructi7e Testing6 & Training $uide M, $ohn Ciley and 0ons >td, 1===+ 7lit! and $ack, LElectrical and Magnetic Methods of %ondestructi7e Testing M, Institute of Physics Publishing, )**1+ "chenbach, $ &, LE7aluation of Materials and Structures y ;uantitati7e )ltrasonics M, 0pringer5 @erlag @ienna, )**1+ ,enrique > -, L%on Destructi7e Testing and E7aluation for Manufacturing and +onstruction M, ,emisphere Publishers, #ew ?ork, )**1+ P8-0,14 E!91!""r1!9 @) 0 0 )A

I!,r 764,1 !# Types of plastic materials * Introduction to extrusion process, different types of extruders3 5 single screw and twin screw extruder, vented barrel extruder, general principles of operation, die swell, function of various parts i+e+ barrel, screw, screen pack, die, breaker plate, adaptor+ Types of screws in use for processing different plastics, Aeed, Compression and -etering !one, &ie !one, >4& ratio and its significance,#ip rolls, bubble casing, winding equipment, cutting devices, stretching and orientation+ xtruder performance and their curves+ 7lown film extrusion, extrusion of pipes, wires and cables, sheets and filaments, Coextrusion of films and sheets B8 2 M 6871!9# 7asic principles of blow moulding, Types of blow -oulding3 5 xtrusion blow moulding, in.ection blow moulding+ 7low molding irregular containers -aterials for blow moulding Production of parison, a(+ 7y extrusion b(+ 7y in.ection+ Parison wall thickness control, Parison blowing systems, air

requirement for blowing, effect of process variables on product design and properties+ Parison programming, mould venting+#ewer concepts including extrusion5 stretch blow moulding, in.ection stretch blow moulding, multi layer moulding etc+ Printing techniques D flexographic printing, gravure printing, pad printing, screen printing, hot stamping Conversion of plastic films into laminate e+g+ metal plastic laminates, paper5plastic laminates, plastic5plastic laminates+ "dvantages of multi5 layer packaging, disadvantages of multi layer packaging B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Arados $oel, MPlastic Engineering -and oo!, @an #ostrand 6einhold Company Publication, )**1+ "thalye "0 , LProcessing of Plastics ,-ultiTech Publishing Co, )***+ Ghosh, Premamoy , LPolymer science and technology of 'lastics and ru ers , Tata -cgraw hill, )***+ >indberg 6+", LProcesses and Materials of Manufacture , Prentice ,all of India %P( >td+,1==; kalpak.ian 0erope, LManufacturing engineering and Technology, dition III 5 addision 5 Cesley Publishing Co+, )**)+

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H;7r-68140# ,ydraulic 0ystem lements3 Pumps, types, working, characteristics, applications3 Types of conductors, and connectors, their selection,3 0eals and packing , types, materials, applications+ ,ydraulic "ctuators3 >inear and 6otary, types, working, cushioning effect, mounting, calculation of force and velocity of piston 0ystem components3 "ccumulators, Intensifiers, their types, working, applications+ Control lements3 Pressure control @alves, direct acting type, pilot operated, sequence, counterbalancing, unloading, pressure reducing, construction and working3 &irection control valves, types, construction and working, spool actuation methods, spool center positions, Alow control valves D compensated and non compensated types, construction and working+ ,ydraulic Circuits and their "pplications3 0peed control circuits, regenerative, sequencing, counterbalancing, synchroni!ing, interlocking, circuits with accumulator and intensifier+ Introduction to Aluidics and study of simple logic gates3 ,ydraulic clamping and braking systems+ P!"6<-,140# "ir compressors, types, working, selection criteriaK A6> unit , construction and workingK Pneumatic cylinders and air motors, construction and working, types, calculation of force and air consumption, Comparison of air, hydraulic and electric motor+ Pneumatic 0ystem Control lements3 &irection control valves, types, control methods for spool workingK Alow control valves, working of variable flow control, quick exhaust, time delay and shuttle valveK Pressure control valves, types and working+ Pneumatic Circuits3 7asic circuit, impulse operation, speed control, sequencing, time delay circuits and their applications+ Pneumatic clamping and braking systems, Pneumatic power tools+ ,ydro pneumatic systems3 concept, working and applications+ Aluid power maintenance, troubleshooting and safety+ R / ,140# &efinition5types F classification of 6obot5need for 6obot5Installation procedure5area of applications5basics parts F function5specification+ -echanical, lectrical F fluid power5combination5 selection of system5simple problems based on load for linear F rotary travel5control system5servo control5 interfacing methods5micro processor, P>C and PC based+ Aunctions of sensors5types and selection of sensors5need for grippers5types and selection of grippers5common types of grippers used5end effectors+ Types of programming5programming languages5sample program for different types of robots5vision system application of image processing+ A6, <-,1 ! 7":14"0# Aeeders, orienters, catchment devices, P>C architecture and programming B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 spositio "+, L3luid Po"er "ith &''lications, Pearson, )**)+ -a.umdar 0+ 6+ ,M/il -ydraulic Systems , Tata -cGraw ,ill )*** -a.umdar 0+ 6+ , LPneumatic systems-'rinci'les and Maintenance, Tata-c Graw ,ill )*** $anakiraman P+"+, L<o otics and image 'rocessing, Tata -cGraw ,ill, 1==/+ ?oram Boren, L<o otics, -cGraw ,ill, 1==)+ O?"r-,1 !0 R"0"-r4h @)%0%&I%4A


N-,6r" -!7 7":"8 ?<"!, B O?"r-,1 !0 R"0"-r4h3 some mathematical preliminaries, :6 and managerial decision making, :6 applications in industrial and non5industrial fields+ L1!"-r O?,1<1F-,1 ! M 7"803 formulation of linear programming problem, graphical solution, sensitivity analysis in graphical solution, comparison of graphical and simplex algorithm, simplex algorithm, computational procedure in simplex, penalty method, two phase method, degeneracy, duality and its concept, application of >P model to product mix and production scheduling problems+ Th" ,r-!0? r,-,1 ! < 7"8# solution methods, balanced and unbalanced problems, @ogelNs approximation method, degeneracy in transportation problems+ "ssignment problem, methods for solving assignment problems+ The traveling salesman problem+ #umericals on transportation, assignment and traveling salesman method+ Computer algorithms for solution to >P problems+ D;!-<14 ?r 9r-<<1!9 ?r /8"<03 model formulation, computational procedures, solution in different stages+ &ecision making under conditions of risk, assumed certainty+ .-1,1!9 81!" < 7"803 queuing systems and concepts, various types of queuing situations, single server queues with poison arrivals and exponential service times, finite queue length model, industrial applications of queuing theory+

S1<68-,1 !3 advantages and limitations of the simulation technique3 generation of random numbers, -onte5Carlo simulation, computer5aided simulation, applications in maintenance and inventory management+ IPr-4,14" S"001 ! In the 'ractice session, students "ould e re9uired to de7elo' algorithms for sol7ing linear 'rogramming 'ro lems through sim'lex method, assignment 'ro lems, trans'ortation 'ro lems, tra7eling salesman 'ro lems and 9ueuing theory1 Group of students to undertake some real life problems involving queuing situations and analyse those problems to find out the optimal solution+ 6eal life 0imulation problems to be solved by -onte Carlo method+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Taha,, ", L/'erations <esearch - &n IntroductionM, 0ixth dition, Prentice ,all of India Private >imited, #+ &elhi, )**9+ ,illier, A 0, L/'erations <esearchM, Airst Indian dition, C70 Publishers F &istributors, &elhi, 1==2+ Cagner , -, LPrinci'les of /'erations <esearch M, 0econd dition, Prentice ,all of India Private >imited, #ew &elhi, 1==;+ -ustafi C B, L/'erations <esearchM, Third dition, #ew "ge International Pvt+ >td+, #ew &elhi, 1==;+ Gupta P B, F ,ira &+0+, L/'erations <esearchM, Third dition, 0 Chand F Company >td+, #ew &elhi, )**9+ M-!-9"<"!, I!B r<-,1 ! S;0,"<0 @) 0 0 )A


M-!-91!9 ,h" 7191,-8 B1r<# Concepts, need and scope of Information system in business organi!ation, the competitive business environment and the emerging digital firm, transformation of business enterprise, ma.or business functions, approaches to the development of an organi!ationNs information systemK technical approach, behavioral approach, socio D technical approach, new options for organi!ation design, the #etwork revolution, Internet and its functions, Corld Cide Ceb, >"# etc+, positive F negative impacts of information systems+ I!B r<-,1 ! 0;0,"<0 1! ,h" "!,"r?r10"# :rgani!ational levels, subsystems of information systemK operational level, knowledge level, management level and strategic level information systems, transaction processing systems, office systems, knowledge work systems, -I0, &00, 00, relationship of systems to one another, systems from a functional perspective, life cycle of information system+ M-!-91!9 7-,- r"0 6r4"0# Components of computer based information system %C7I0(, file organi!ation terms F concepts, problems with traditional file environment, &atabase -anagement 0ystem %&7-0(, types of &atabases, 6elational &7-0, hierarchical F network &7-0, :b.ect oriented databases+ &atamining+ L 914-8 7-,-/-0" 7"019!# ntity relationship diagram, properties of tables, update anomaly, insertion anomaly, deletion anomaly, inconsistency anomaly, repeating groups, primary key and concatenated key, #ormalisation, 1#A to )#A to 9 #A steps+ Ar,1B141-8 1!,"8819"!4"# xpert system, features of an expert system, heuristic and algorithm, human expertise vs+ artificial expertise, knowledge representation3 rule5based methods F frame5based methods, tasks and stages of expert system development and difficulties in developing an expert system+ C <?6,"r 01<68-,1 !# concept of simulation, when is simulation an appropriate tool, when simulation is not appropriate, advantages and disadvantages of simulation, areas of application, systems F system environment, components of a system, discrete F continuous systems, model of a system, types of models, steps in a simulation study, simulation application examples, selecting simulation software+ B 1+ )+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 >audon Benneth C and >audon $ane P, LManagement Information SystemsM, Pearson ducation "sia, ighth dition %)**2( &onald " Caterman, L& $uide to Ex'ert Systems M, Pearson ducation "sia, Third Indian 6eprint %)**)(

9+ 2+ /+ 7anks $erryU[et al+], LDiscrete E7ent System SimulationM, Pearson ducation "sia, Third %)**1( &avis F :lson, LManagement Information Systems M, -cGraw ,ill International ditions+ Parker F Case, LManagement Information Systems M, -cGraw ,ill International ditions+ I!760,r1-8 A6, <-,1 ! -!7 R / ,140 L-/ r-, r; dition



*ist of ex'eriments 1+ 0peed control circuits on hydraulic trainer )+ 0equencing circuit on hydraulic trainer 9+ Counterbalancing circuit on hydraulic trainer 2+ 0ynchroni!ing circuit on hydraulic trainer /+ &esign of any hydraulic circuit and selection of components ;+ 0equencing circuit using Pneumatics <+ -anual and automatic forward and reverse with solenoid control 4 pilot control 8+ on pneumatic trainer =+ "#& and :6 logic circuits on pneumatic trainer 1*+ "t least one industrial visit to study applications related to the sub.ect and submission of the relevant report+ 11+ P>C program for control of control of various pneumatic cylinders 1)+ 6obot Program

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DFMN A??r -4h -!7 Pr 4"00# -ethodologies and tools, design axioms, design for assembly and evaluation, minimum part assessment taquchi method, robustness assessment, manufacturing process rules, designerRs tool kit, Computer "ided group process rules, designerRs tool kit, Computer "ided group Technology, failure mode effective analysis, @alue "nalysis+ &esign for minimum number of parts, development of modular design, minimising part variations, design of parts to be multi5functional, multi5 use, ease of fabrication, Poka ?oka principles+ G" <",r14 A!-8;010# Process capability, feature tolerance, geometric tolerance, surface finish, review of relationship between attainable tolerence grades and difference machining processes+ "nalysis of tapers, screw threads, applying probability to tolerences+ F r< D"019! B C-0,1!90 A!7 ."87<"!,0# 6edesign of castings based on parting line considerations, minimising core requirements, redesigning cast members using weldments, use of welding symbols+ M"4h-!14-8 A00"</8;# 0elective assembly, deciding the number of groups, control of axial play, examples, grouped datum systems 5 different types, geometric analysis and applications5design features to facilitate automated assembly+ Tr6" P 01,1 ! Th" r;# @irtual si!e concept, floating and fixed fasterners, pro.ected tolerance !one, assembly with gasket, !ero true position tolerance, functional gauges, paper layout gauging, examples+ :peration sequence for typical shaft type of components+ Prepration of process drawings for different operations, tolerence worksheets and centrality analysis, examples+ A6, <-,14 -00"</8; Tr-!0B"r 0;0,"<0# "utomatic Aeeding and orienting Dvibratory feeders, automatic feeding and orienting mechanical feeders, Aeed tracks, parts placement mechanisms P"rB r<-!4" -!7 E4 ! <140 B A00"</8; D"019! B r <-!6-8 A00"</8;# Product design for high speed automatic assembly and robot assembly, printer circuit board assembly+ Aeasibility study for assembly automation+ R"4 <<"!7"7 B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ D

7iren Prasad, L+oncurrent Engineering 3undamentals - 8/* IIM, Prentice ,all, 1==<+ 'lrich Barl+T, ppinger 0tephen &, LProduct design and de7elo'mentM, -cGraw ,ill, 1==2+ Carter &onald +, L+oncurrent EngineeringM, "ddision Cesley, 1==)+ 7ralla $ames G+, L-and #oo! of Product Design for ManufacturingM, -cGraw ,ill, 1=8;+

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Pr 764,1:1,; E!91!""r1!93 Productivity concept and definition, productivity and economic development, impact of productivity in macro5economic context, productivity and production, productivity and profitability, productivity and quality, productivity and technology, external environment and productivity, total, partial and total factor productivity+ M"-06r"<"!, B ?r 764,1:1,;# factors affecting the productivity of any nation, G&P and G#P, productivity at firm level, measurement approaches, total productivity model, product oriented model, computer algorithms for measuring total and partial productivity+ Productivity measurement of services+ Pr 764,1:1,; ":-86-,1 !3 Productivity evaluation and planning, methodologies for evaluation, the productivity evaluation tree, short5term and long5term productivity planning+ T"4h! 8 9; <-!-9"<"!,3 #eed for managing the technology, importance of technology and its management, role of technology in economic development, technological change in modern society+ Technology planning, technology forecasting, applications of technology forecasting and itNs impact on business, technology life cycle and itNs importance+ T"4h! 8 9; ,r-!0B"r3 Technology transfer at macro and micro level, need for technology transfer, modes of technology transfer, technology adaptation, factors affecting technology adaptation, technology absorption, technology diffusion, technology transfer agreements, negotiations in technology transfer, cultural differences, introduction to re5engineering, characteristics of technology in developing countries, role of 6 F & department in technology adaptation F development, implementation of acquired technology, B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 0umanth & $, LProducti7ity Engineering 4 ManagementM, -cGraw ,ill %1==/(+ 0ink 0, LProducti7ity Management, Planning, Measurement 4 E7aluation M, $ohn Ciley, 1==* 0mith ", LProducti7ity ManualM, Gulf Publisher, 1=8=+ Aredrick 7et!, LTechnology ManagementM, -cGraw ,ill, 1==*+ Coombs 6od F 6ichards "lbert, LTechnological +olla orationsM, dward lgar Publishing >td, 1==;+ E!:1r !<"!, P8-!!1!9 -!7 C !,r 8 @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 ! , "!:1r !<"!, <-!-9"<"!,# nvironment and its components, ecology and its divisions, structure of function of ecosystem, data base management for environmental appraisal, monitoring F warning system+ environmental ha!ards, terminology and classification of natural resources, environmental impact analysis, environmental planning+ E!:1r !<"!,-8 ? 886,1 !3 Concept and nature of pollution, sources and types of pollution and their effects, air, water, noise, thermal pollution monitoring and its parameters+ E!:1r !<"!, -!7 8-2# nvironment legislations and its uses, water "ct, air "ct water Cess "ct, ha!ardous waste handling "ct, biomedical waste management "ct, solid waste management "ct, role of environmental enforcement organi!ations, kyoto protocol+ S;0,"<0 B "!:1r !<"!, <-!-9"<"!,3 -anagement of air pollution control, management of water pollution, management of prevention of thermal pollution, management of waste heat, management of solid waste disposal, ha!ardous wastes, management of noise pollution, biomedical waste management, management of agricultural pollution+ E!:1r !<"!,-8 4 !,r 83 Introduction to I0:512***, its parameters, importance of I0: 12*** in production and service sector various pollution control methods and devices+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7


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I!,r 764,1 ! , -6, < /18"# Importance, applications, .ob opportunities, classification, types of vehicles, basic structure, general layout, hybrid vehicles+ A6, < ,1:" "8"4,r14 -!7 "8"4,r !14 0;0,"<0# lectric and electronics principles, systems, and circuits, automotive batteries, construction, and operation, starting system, charging system, operation and service, ignition system, electronic ignition and fuel control, engine management, electric vehicles, electronic fuel in.ection system 5 monopoint and multipoint systems+ A6, < ,1:" 7r1:" ,r-1!0# Clutch 5 types and construction, fluid flywheel, gear boxes, manual and automatic 5 overdrives 5 propeller clutches, drive shafts, universal .oints, drive axles+ A6, < ,1:" 4h-0010# @ehicle construction, chassis, frame and body, construction, operation, performance, steering system, wheel alignment, brakes, wheels and tyres+ M-1!,"!-!4" -!7 Tr 6/8" Sh ,1!9# "utomobile performance, drivability, emissions and emission norms, noise and vibration, engine tuning, equipment for measuring various vehicle parameters such as 7,P, "4A ratio, noise, vibration and emission, comfort and safety+ N"2"r F6"80 # 'se of natural gas, >PG, hydrogen, bio5 diesel in automobiles as fuels, electric and hybrid vehicles, fuel cells+ O,h"r r"4"!, -7:-!4"0 1! -6, < /18"0 -!7 -6, < ,1:" 4 <? !"!,0. B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Crouse D "nglin, L&utomoti7e MechanicsM, -cGraw ,ill, 1*th dition, 0ingapore+ Pulkrabek Cillard C+, L ngineering 3undamental of the Internal +om ustion Engine M, Prentice ,all of India, #ew &elhi, )**)+ 7osch, L&utomoti7e -and oo!M, 0" Publication+ &enton Tom, L&utomo ile Electrical and Electronics Systems M, 7utterwoth, ,einemann, )**9+ >ayne Ben, L&utomoti7e Engine Performance6 Tune u', Testing and Ser7ice M, nglewood Prentice ,all of India, 1==;+

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Pr1!41?8"0 B 3190 -!7 B1+,6r" 7"019!3 construction method and material used, the basic principles of location, locating methods and devices, radial or angular location, @5location, bush location, the basic principles of clamping, clamping devices, materials for locating and clamping elements+ &rilling .igs, types, chip formation in drilling, general considerations in the design of drill .igs, drill bushings, methods of construction, drill .igs and modern manufacturing+ Aixtures and economics, types of fixtures, milling fixtures, special vice .aws, design principles for milling fixtures, lathe fixtures, grinding fixtures, broaching fixtures, assembly fixtures, indexing .igs and fixtures, indexing devices, automatic clamping devices+ T 8 <-,"r1-80 -!7 ,h"1r ?r ?"r,1"03 heat treatment of tools, basic requirements of a cutting tool, single point cutting tool, nomenclature, inserts, milling cutters, drills, types of drills, reamers, taps, carbide tools+ Pr"00 ?"r-,1 !03 types of power presses, press selection, cutting action in punch and die operations, die clearance, cutting forces, methods of reducing cutting forces, minimum diameter of piercing, blanking die design, piercing die design, bending dies, drawing dies+ F r91!9 71"03 open F closed die forgings, Principles of die design for forging operations, die material and processes of manufacture of dies, die maintenance, die block dimensions, 0election of forging equipments, die inserts, stock si!e for closed and open die forging+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Grant ,iram , LAigs 4 3ixturesM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Company, 1==2+ Curtis -ark ", LTool Design for ManufacturingM, $ohn Ciley F 0ons, 1==;+ &onaldson Cyril, LTool DesignM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Company >imited, 1==<+ 0harma P C, L Production EngineeringM, 0 Chand F Company,1==<+ Balpak.ian 0, LManufacturing Engineering 4 TechnologyM, "ddison Cesley >ongman, Pvt+>td+, >ow Price dition, )***+ CADGCAM @& 0 4 4A


Th" 7"019! ?r 4"00 M r?h 8 9; B 7"019!# Product cycle, 0equential and concurrent engineering, 6ole of computers, Computer "ided ngineering, Computer "ided &esign, &esign for -anufacturability, Computer "ided -anufacturing, 7enefits of C"&+ +reation of $ra'hic Primiti7es6 $ra'hical in'ut techni9ues, Dis'lay transformation in B-D and C-D 8ie"ing transformation, +li''ing, hidden line elimination, Mathematical formulation for gra'hics, +ur7e generation techni9ues, Model storages and Data structure, Data structure organi2ation, creation of data files, &ccessing data files, +once'ts of data 'rocessing and information system1 Data #an! +once'ts, Data an! information storage and retrie7al, Data life cycle, integrated data 'rocessing, Information system, Engineering Data Management System1 -ierarchical data structure1 %et"or! data structure <elational data structure1 Data storage and search methods1 G" <",r14 M 7"81!9# Cire frame, 0urface and 0olid models, C0G and 756 P techniques, Aeatures of 0oild -odeling Packages, Parametric and features, Interfaces to drafting, &esign "nalysis+ F1!1," E8"<"!, A!-8;010# Introduction, Procedures, lement types, #odal approximation, lement matrices, vectors and equations, Global connectivity, "ssembly, 7oundary conditions, 0olution techniques, Interfaces to C"&, Introduction packages, 0oftware development for design of mechanical components+ C <?6,"r A17"7 M-!6B-4,6r1!9# volution of Computer #umerical Control, Components, Co5ordinate system, Corking principle of C#C >athe, Turning Centers, -illing -achine, -achining Center, &rilling -achine, 7oring -achine, Punching and #ibbling -achines, Pipe57ending -achine, 0pot Celding -achine, lectro &ischarge -achine, Grinding -achine, >aser and electron 7eam -achining quipment, &#C and adaptive control -achine structure, 0lideways, 7allscrews, "ccessories50pindle drives5"xes feed drives, :pen and closed loop control, Types of positional control, -achine Tool control, Control of 0pindle speed, Control of slide movement and velocity+

P-r, Pr 9r-< T"r<1! 8 9;# G and - Codes, Types of interpolation, -ethods of C#C part programming, -anual part programming, Computer "ssisted part programming3 "PT language , C#C part programming using C"&4C"-5Introduction to Computer "utomated Part Programming+ C6,,1!9 , 8 <-,"r1-80# ,ard metal insert tooling, Choosing ,ard -etal tooling5I0: specification, Chip breakers5#on insert tooling, Jualified and pre5set tooling, Tooling 0ystem5 Turning center5-achining center+ F-4, r0 1!B86"!41!9 0"8"4,1 ! B CNC M-4h1!"0 3 Cost of operation of C#C -achines5cost of :peration of C#C -achines5Practical aspects of introduction of C#C5-aintenance features of C#C -achines5 Preventive -aintenance+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE%40) D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 6adhakrishnan P+and Bothandaraman C+P+, L+om'uter $ra'hics and Design W, &hanpat 6ai and 0ons, #ew &elhi %1==1(+ Groover and Qimmers, L+&D . +&M6 +om'uter &ided Design and Manufacturing M, Prentice ,all of India, #ew &elhi %1==2(+ Qeid Ibrahim, L+&D - +&M Theory and PracticeM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Co+ >td+ %1==1(+ 0teave Brar and Gill "rthur, L+%+ Technology and Programming M, -cGraw5,ill Publishing Company %1==*(+ Gibbs &avid, L&n Introduction to +%+ MachiningM, Cassell %1=8<(+ M-,"r1-80 M-!-9"<"!, @)%0%0%)A

I!,"9r-,"7 -??r -4h , <-,"r1-80 <-!-9"<"!, : Introduction, materials productivity and role of materials management techniques in improved materials productivity+ Cost reduction and value improvement, value analysis for right choice and rationali!ation of materials ! P6r4h-01!9 B6!4,1 !# :b.ectives, purchase requisitions, types of specification, centrali!ed versus decentrali!ed purchasing, timing of purchases+ Purchasing research, identification of right sources of supplies+ -ake or buy decisions, vender selection and vender rating+ #egotiations, purchase price analysis and price determination+ Purchasing organi!ation, procedures, forms, records and reports+ Purchasing as a dynamic profession, transition to supply management, I!:"!, r; <-!-9"<"!,# Inventory concepts, reasons for holding inventory, types of inventory, inventory reduction tactics+ Inventory turnover ratio+ 0elective Inventory management3 "7C, @ &, and A0# analysis etc+, identifying critical items with selective inventory management+ O?"r-,1!9 ? 8141"0# continuous review system, periodic review system, comparative advantages and disadvantages of continuous and periodic review systems, hybrid systems+ Inventory management across the organi!ation+ O?,1<101!9 I!:"!, r;# "ssumptions for CilsonNs lot si!e model, inventory costs, hidden costs, composition of costs, estimation of inventory related costs, lead time, stock out point, number of time periods, calculating conomic :rder Juantity % :J(, sensitivity analysis of :J model+ S?"41-8 1!:"!, r; < 7"80# Ainite replenishment rate model, lot si!e models with planned backlogging, generali!ed model with uniform replenishment rate, inventory model with lost sales, quantity discount model, one period decisions+ &etermination of safety stock, service level and uncertainty in demand+ Information systems for inventory management+ S, r"0 <-!-9"<"!,# Introduction, stores functions, stores organi!ation, stores systems and procedures, stores accounting and verification systems, stores address systems, stores location and layout, store equipment+ S,-!7-r71F-,1 ! -!7 4 71B14-,1 !# Classification of materials+ Codification, ob.ectives of codification, essential features of codification system, 7risch and Bodak systems, colour coding systems+ 0tandardisation and variety reduction+ B 1+ )+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7# "rnold and Chapman LIntroduction to Materials Management M, Pearson ducation "sia, Aourth dition, %)**1( #arsimhan, -cleavey F 7illington, LProduction Planning 4 In7entory +ontrol M, Prentice ,all of India, 0econd dition %)**9(

9+ 2+ /+ &obler &onald C+, 7urt &avid #+, LPurchasing and Su''ly Management M, Tata -cGraw ,ill, 0ixth dition %)**1( -enon B 0, LPurchasing and In7entory +ontrolM, Cheeler Publishing #ew &elhi, Third dition %1==<( Bra.ewski > $ and 6it!man > P, L /'erations ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, 0ixth dition %)**2(

IE%411 E!,"r?r10" R"0 6r4" P8-!!1!9 @) 0 0 )A 6P, Integrated I!,r 764,1 !# volution of 6P, reasons for growth of 6P market, "dvantages of management information, business modeling, integrated data model+

ERP -!7 r"8-,"7 ,"4h! 8 91"0# 7usiness process reengineering, -anagement information system, decision support system, executive information system % I0(,&ata warehousing, data mining, on5line analytical processing %:>"P(,0upply chain management+ ERP% - M-!6B-4,6r1!9 ?"r0?"4,1:"# 6P, C"&4C"-, material requirement planning, manufacturing resource planning5II, &istributed requirement planning %&6P(, $IT an Banban, Product data management, data management,benefits of P&-+ ERP < 768"0# Ainance, Plant maintenance, quality management, materials management ERP <-rD",# 0"P "G, 7aan Company, :racle Corporation, People0oft, $& dwards world 0olutions Company, 0ystem 0oftware "ssociates, Inc+ %00"(, J"&, benefits of 6P+ ERP I<?8"<"!,-,1 ! 81B" 4;48"#Pre5evaluation screening, Package evaluation, reengineering, testing, post implementation+, vendors, consultants and users, 6P case studies, In5house implementation D pros and cons+ F6,6r" 71r"4,1 ! 1! ERP# introduction, new markets, new channels, faster implementation methodologies, business models and 7"PIIs, convergence on windows #T, application platforms, new business segments+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Ptak, Carol "+, 0chragenheim li, LE<P, C6C Press ,)**9 >eon, LE<P DemystifiedM, Tata -cgraw5hill, 1=== 6aman, Thothathri ", &iwan ParagK LE<P $enie 6 -a7e /ne /f Dour /"n, @ikas Publishing ,ouse Pvt >td,)**) Garg, @akharia,$aico, L 6PM, 0trategy Publishing ,ouse,)**) 0adagopanK 6P3 " managerial perspective,Tata -cgraw5,ill,)**1 T ,-8 H6-81,; M-!-9"<"!, @)%0%0%)A


B-014 4 !4"?,03 @arious approaches to understanding quality+ Juality F competitiveness+ The strategy of detection, prevention as a strategy, development of prevention, the economic benefits of prevention+ The organi!ation of the quality department+ The quality philosophies of &eming, $uran F Crosby, discussion of similarities F contrasts+ Ph18 0 ?h; B THM3 $apanese emphasis on product quality+ Customer satisfaction, employee involvement, continuous improvement+ 7aldrige "ward, award criteria, evaluation system for applicants+ B-014 -!-8;,14-8 , 803 check sheets, histogram, Pareto charts and cause F effect diagrams+ Goal post view of Juality F TaguchiNs loss5 function approach+ 0teps in formation of Juality Circles+ B"!4h<-rD1!93 reasons to benchmark, the evolution of benchmarking+ Competitive benchmarking, benchmarking product characteristics, benchmarking product costs+ Process benchmarking, Q5plot, spider plot+ 7usiness process reengineering, selecting a process for reengineering, high impact approach, exhaustive approach+ The !ero defects movement, the notion of robust quality+ H6-81,; 4 0,03 Prevention, appraisal, internal failure F external failure costs+ S1+ 019<- C6-81,;3 ;J introduction, comparison of 9X 4 ;X level company, CTJ3 Critical to Juality, CTJP3 CTJ Performance, CTJ03 CTJ 0pecifications, theme selection %activity focusing(+ Process ;X methodology# &efine, measure, analyse, improve, and control+

H6-81,; F6!4,1 ! D"?8 ;<"!, (HFD) -??r -4h 3 The voice of the customer, house of quality, whatNs, howNs, building house of quality+ H6-81,; -006r-!4"# definition, characteristics of quality assurance system+ I0:5=***3 scope, application, terms F definitions, evolution of I0:5=*** series, process approach, P&C" methodology, documentation requirements, commentary on I0:5=*** requirements, guidelines for preparation of Juality -anual+ 0teps for certification, implementation schedule for certification+ I0: 5 12*** series standards, concepts F requirements of I0: D12**1, benefits of I0: 5 =*** F I0: 512***+ H6-81,; A671,# process audit F product audit, internal audit, second party, third party audit, pre5 assessment, compliance audit+ Procedure of auditing3 "udit planning, audit execution, audit reporting, close out of corrective action+ -inor F ma.or non5conformities+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7

1+ 7esterfield &ale ,U [et al+], LTotal ;uality ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, )**1+ )+ 6ao "shok U+ [et al+], LTotal ;uality Management : & +rossectional Pers'ecti7e M, $ohn Ciley F 0ons+, 1==;+ 9+ 7ank $ohn, LThe Essence of Total ;uality ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, )***+ 2+ Goetsh F &avis, L)nderstanding 4 Im'lementing IS/ E???6 B???M, Pearson ducation "sia, )**)+ /+ 0ower, 0avoie F 6enick, LIntroduction to ;uality Management and Engineering M, Pearson ducation "sia, 1===+ IE%41> E<"r91!9 Tr"!70 1! M-!6B-4,6r1!9 T"4h! 8 9; @) 0 0 )A

I!,r 764,1 !3 classification of modern machining methods, consideration in process selection+ -echanical process, ultrasonic machining, element of '+0+-+, acoustic head F its design, tool feed mechanism, abrasive feed mechanism of cutting, effect of parameter on material removal rate and surface finish, economic consideration, application andlimitations, recent developmentK abrasive .et marching, variable affecting material removal rate, application advantages and limitationK water .et machining, .et cutting equipment process details and practical applications+ E8"4,r %4h"<14-8 ?r 4"00# lectro5chemical machining3 elements of process, electrolytes F their properties, chemistry of process, metal removal rate+ Thermal aspect, temperature rise F pressure5flow rate, tool design, accuracy F surface finish, advantages, application F limitations of the process, electrochemical grinding deburring F honing+ Ch"<14-8 <-4h1!1!93 lements of process, resists F echants, advantages F applications+ Th"r<-8 ?r 4"00# lectrical discharge machining, mechanism of metal removal, &- equipment, generators F feed control devices, dielectric fluid, selection of electrode material, accuracy and surface finish, application F future trends+ Plasma "rc -achining, mechanism of metal removal, P"- parameters, types of torches, accuracy and surface finish, economics and application of plasma .ets, plasma arc spraying+ E8"4,r /"-< <-4h1!1!9# generation and control of electron beam, theory of electron beam, process capability and limitations+ L-0"r /"-< <-4h1!1!93 principles of working, thermal aspect, material removal, cutting speed and accuracy, advantages F limitations+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 0han , 0, LModern Machining ProcessesM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Co+, )**)+ Ghosh "mitabh, LManufacturing ProcessesM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Co+, )**1+ Balpak.ian 0erope, LManufacturing Engineering and Technology M, "ddison Cesley >ongman Publishers, )***+ 6ao P #, LManufacturing TechnologyM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publilishing Company, )***+ -ishra P B,M%on +on7entional MachiningM, #arosa Publishers, )**1+

IE%41E C <?6,"r I!,"9r-,"7 M-!6B-4,6r1!9 @) 0 0 )A

M 7"81!9# automated modeling systems, Production economics, #ature role and development of CI"rchitecture, computers in CI-, simulation software+ Process model formulation, control actions, optimal control structure model of a manufacturing process, steady state optimal control, adaptive control, sequence control and programmable controllers, computer process control, The computer process interface5interface hardware, direct digital control+ Gr 6? ,"4h! 8 9;# part families, parts classification and coding, Production Alow analysis, cellular manufacturing cell design, benefits -6P I and II, computer aided quality control+ Pr 4"00 ?8-!!1!9 -!7 4 !46rr"!, "!91!""r1!9# logical design of a process plans election of machining processes, tools5work piece holders etc5sequencing of operations5geometric interpretation of technical drawings dimensioning and tolerancing5selection of detailed method of produciton, computer aided process planning %C"PP(,files management, variant approach, generative approach, development and trends+ "rchitecture workstations, material handling and storage systems, computer controlled machines, automated work flow automated assembly systems, dead locks in automated manufacturing systems, P T6I# T models applications, &evelopment of software for A-0 integration+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Groover -icell P+, L&utomation, Production System and com'uter integrated manufacturing , Prentice 5 ,all of India Pvt >td+, 1==/+ 6adhakrishnan P and 0ubramanian 0, L+&D.+&M.+IM W, Ciley astern >imited, 1==2+ Gideon ,alevi and 6oland &+Ceill, LPrinci'les of 'rocess 'lanning W, Chapman ,all, 1==/+ Gu P and #orrie &+,, LIntelligent Manufacturing Planning W, Chapman and ,all, 1==/+ 6ehg $ames "+, Braebber ,enry C, L+om'uter Integrated ManufacturingM Pearson,)**)

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I!,r 764,1 !# #eed, want, demand, production, product, selling, marketing and societal concepts of marketing, types of goods+ M-rD",1!9 Pr 4"003 "naly!ing marketing opportunities, researching and selecting target markets, positioning the offer, designing marketing strategies, planning marketing program, organi!ing, implementing F controlling marketing efforts+ C !06<"r B"h-:1 r = M-rD", R"0"-r4h# Aactors affecting consumer behavior, stages in purchasing, market research, market segmentation and target market selection+ Or9-!1F-,1 !-8 B6;1!9# 0alient features, factors affecting organi!ational purchase marketing mix, product, product levels, product hierarchy, product line, types of distributions, Channel management decisions, product mix, product life cycle, procedure for new product development, branding and packaging+ Pr14"# Pricing ob.ectives, price elasticity of demand, methods of pricing, discounts, discriminatory pricing+ D10,r1/6,1 !3 #eed for middleman and their functions, vertical marketing system+ Pr < ,1 ! M1+# "dvertising, media selection, frequency and timing of advertisement, steps in developing effective communication, sales promotion, personal selling, publicity+ S-8"0 F r4" M-!-9"<"!,# 6ecruitment, training, motivating sales representatives, controlling and evaluating+ B-014 5-86-,1 ! C !4"?,03 Time value of money, methods of dealing with time value of money, future value of a single cash flow, future value of annuity, present value of a single cash flow, present value of annuity, risk and return concept, valuation of bonds, securities and equities Principles of accounting, balance sheet, income statement, financial ratios+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ IE%404 D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Ciner 6ussel 0 , LMar!eting ManagementM, Prentice ,all of India, 1==8+ Guilitinan $oseph P , Gordon C Paul and Thomas $ -addaen, L Mar!eting Management6 Strategies and ProgramsM, -c Graw ,ill Publication, 1==;+ &olan 6obert $, LMar!eting Management6 Text 4 +asesM, -cGraw ,ill Publication, )***+ >amb Charles C and -c&aniel Carl &+, LMar!etingM, 0outh Cestern College Publication, )**2+ Botler Philip, LMar!eting management &nalysis, Planning 4 +ontrolM, Pearson ducation "sia,)**)+ I!760,r1-8 I!0,r6<"!,-,1 ! @) 0 0 )A

B-014 C !4"?,0# "ccuracy and precision of measurement, types of error, statistical analysis of error, electrical standards, I standards+ Types of noises i+e+ Chite noise, grey noise and colored noise+ 51r,6-8 I!0,r6<"!,-,1 !3 -eaning of virtual instrumentation+ ,ardware and computer based instrumentation, instruments used in computer5based instrumentation, Graphical programming languages, 0oftware >ab @I C and others, 7lock diagrams of >ab @I C, &ata "cquition tools with soft wired and hardwired sampling rate+ "rchitecture of virtual instruments of >ab @I C, @irtual spectrum analy!er etc, &ata flow techniques of >ab @I C3 A:6, C,I> , &: loops etc+ @I Programming techniques of >ab @I C, 0equential and parallel processing+ 'se of analysis tools of >ab @I C, &AT, AAT, IAAT, >inear and Circular co5relation tools etc+ B-014 S"!0 r0 -!7 Tr-!0764"r0# >@&T3 Principle and applications, 0ignal conditioning of the signal measured by >@&T+ 0train gauges3 Principle and applications, 0ignal conditioning of the signal measured by strain gauges+ Thermocouples3 Principle and applications of thermocouples for temperature measurement+ Alow meters3 Principle and types of flow meters+ :ptical fiber based sensors3 Principles of optical fiber technology, types of light emitters and absorbers etc+ S19!-8 M"-06r"<"!,3 &igital and analog data acquition, Types and architecture of data actuation cards+ Interfacing3 -ethods of interfacing transducers to measurement system+ -ultiplexing3 -eaning of multiplexing and types of multiplexing methods+ S19!-8 G"!"r-,1 !# Arequency synthesi!ed signal, sine wave generator, pulse and square wave, Aunction Generator, Chirp Pattern etc+

.1!7 21!9# 7lack -an ,erris, Alat Top, ,amming, hanning, Co5efficicent windows+ 'se of windows to reduce leakage+ F18,"r0# &esign of the analog filters like 7utterworth, 7essel, Chebyshev, designing AI64II6 filters+ S19!-8 Pr 4"001!93 "uto4cross D correlation, discrete Aourier transform, convolution, power spectrum, inverse transforms, and signal amplification B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 & 0 Bumar, LMechanical MeasurementM, -etropolitan 7ooks Company >td,1==8+ ,aykin, LModern 3iltersM, -acmillan Publishers, 1=8=+ "mbardar, L&nalog and Digital Signal ProcessingM Cole Publishing Company, )**1+ LMeasurement and &utomationM -anuals from #ational Instruments, )**)+ >ynn P ", LIntroduction to Digital Signal ProcessingM, $ohn Ciley and sons, 1==8+ N",2 rD0 = Pr 3"4, M-!-9"<"!, @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 !3 Concept F definition of a pro.ect, categories of pro.ects, pro.ect life cycle phases, pro.ect visibility, roles F responsibilities of pro.ect manager+ Generation F screening of pro.ect ideas, selection of a pro.ect, pro.ect rating index, financial aspects, pro.ect cash flows, social cost5benefit analysis+ Pr 3"4, P8-!!1!93 The statement of work, pro.ect specifications, work breakdown structure+ Contract planning, :rgani!ation planning, pro.ect vs+ non5pro.ect organi!ation, matrix form of organi!ation+ 0election of personnel+ Controlling, directing, coordination and delegation+ Pr 3"4, S4h"7681!93 Gantt chart, milestone char+ #etwork scheduling terminology+ Path enumeration, "ctivity on node F activity on arc network precedence diagrams3 dummy activities, topological ordering, redundancy, cycles+ Isolating critical path3 multiple critical paths+ &etermination of float3 total float, safety float, free float, and independent float+ The CP- model+ Th" PERT M 7"83 event orientation, uncertainty, the P 6T assumptions, expected times for activities, variability of activity times, expected length of critical path, due date probability+ Invoking central limit theorem+ Time5cost trade5off and generation of the pro.ect cost curve in deterministic networks+ Computeri!ed pro.ect management+ :ther network5based techniques D minimal spanning tree technique, shortest route technique+ T1<" -!7 4 0, 4 !017"r-,1 !0# cost versus time, straight5line approximation of variation of cost with reduction in time for activities, direct and indirect costs+ Contracting the network3 fixed pro.ect duration and corresponding total cost, optimum pro.ect duration and minimum pro.ect cost, pro.ect cost curve+ C !,r 881!9 ?r 3"4,0# cumulative costs for early and late start schedules, range of feasible budgets, graphic display of cost and time data, time and cost overrun or under run in pro.ects+ L1<1,"7 r"0 6r4"0 04h"7681!9# the complexity of the pro.ect scheduling with limited resources, heuristic programs, resource leveling and resource allocation in pro.ect scheduling+ Information requirements for pro.ects, pro.ect management software based application+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7

1+ Ber!ner ,arold, LPro.ect Management - & Systems &''roach to Planning, Scheduling and controllingM, C70 Publishers &elhi, 0econd edition %)**)(+ )+ Ceist $erome & and Aerdinand B+ >evy, L & Management $uide to PE<T.+PM "ith $E<T.PDM.D+PM and other net"or!sM, Prentice5,all of India #ew &elhi, 0econd edition %)**9( 9+ Parsanna Chandra, LProFect Planning, &nalysis, Selection, Im'lementation and <e7ie" M, Tata -cGraw ,ill, Aourth dition %)**)( 2+ 0rinath >+0+, LPE<T 4 +PM Princi'les and &''licationsM, "ffiliated ast5 Cest Press Pvt+ >td+, #ew &elhi, Third dition %1==9( /+ Ghattas 6 G and 0andra > -ckee, L Practical ProFect ManagementM Pearson ducation "sia, Airst edition %)**2(

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M-1!,"!-!4" :b.ectives and policies of maintenance, organi!ation and structure of maintenance systems, maintenance records, types of maintenance, breakdown, predictive, replacement, on5line, off5line, preventive maintenance, reconditioning and correction maintenance+ Preventive maintenances v4s+ repair, development of preventive maintenance schedule, top down bottom up approach, production maintenance integration+ -aintenance manpower planning, spare parts management, computeri!ed maintenance system, condition based monitoring, on5line v4s off5line maintenance systems, maintenance devices, budgeting and cost control+ R"81-/181,; Concept of reliability, ob.ectives, applications, area of use, use of reliability in industry+ -ean time to repair, mean time between failures, mean time to failure, types of failure, permanent failure, proneness to failure, bath tub curve+ 6eliability functions, probability function, failure rate, failure density, ha!ard rate, uncertainity measures+ Concept of redundancy, ob.ectives, applications, redundant standby systems, &etermination of reliability, 0eries and parallel5connected systems, confidence levels+ Aault tree diagram, event tree, failure rate, beta, Gamma, >og5normal and Ceibull distribution, &esign F analysis of life tests+ Introduction to failure mode and effect analysis, A- " and A- C", criticality analysis, severity, occurrence and detection of failure, case studies+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Clifton 6 ,, LPrinci'les of Planned MaintenanceM, -cGraw ,ill, #ew ?ork, )**1+ ,iggins, L-and oo! of Maintenance ManagementM, Prentice ,all, #ew ?ork, 1===+ 0rinath > 0 L<elia ility EngineeringM, "ffiliated ast5Cest Press >imited, #ew &elhi, )**)+ &hillon 7 0, LEngineering Maintaina ilityM, Prentice ,all of India, #ew &elhi,)***+ Cireman Terry, LPre7enti7e MaintenanceM, 6eston Publishing Company, 6eston @irginia,1==8+

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U!7"r0,-!71!9 06??8; 4h-1!3 :b.ectives of supply chain, stages of supply chain, supply chain process cycles, customer order cycle, replenishment cycle, manufacturing cycle, procurement cycle, push4pull view of supply chain processes, importance of supply chain flows, examples of supply chain+ S6??8; 4h-1! ?"rB r<-!4"3 supply chain strategies, achieving strategic fit, product life cycle, the minimi!e local cost view, the minimi!e functional cost view, the maximi!e company profit view, the maximi!e supply chain surplus view+ S6??8; 4h-1! 7r1:"r0 -!7 /0,-48"03 Aour drivers of supply chain D inventory, transportation, facilities, and information, a framework for structuring drivers, role of each driver in supply chain, obstacles to achieve strategic fit+ P8-!!1!9 7"<-!7 -!7 06??8; 1! - 06??8; 4h-1!3 6ole of forecasting in a supply chain, forecasting methods in a supply chain, basic approach to demand forecasting, time series forecasting methods, role of aggregate planning in a supply chain, aggregate planning resources+ M-!-91!9 "4 ! <1"0 B 04-8" 1! - 06??8; 4h-1!3 6ole of cycle inventory in a supply chain, economies of scale to exploit fixed costs, economies of scale to exploit quantity discounts, short term discounting, estimating cycle inventory related costs, determining appropriate level of safety inventory+ Tr-!0? r,-,1 ! 1! - 06??8; 4h-1!3 Aacilities affecting transportation decisions, modes of transportation and their performance characteristics, design options for a transport network, trade5offs in transportation decision, tailored transportation, routing and scheduling in transportation, making transportation decisions in practice+

C r71!-,1 ! 1! - 06??8; 4h-1!3 >ack of supply chain coordination and the 7ullwhip effect, effect of lack of coordination on performance, obstacles to coordination, managerial levers to achieve coordination, achieving coordination in practice+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Christopher -artin, L*ogistics and Su''ly +hain ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, %)**)(+ -eindl Peter, LSu''ly +hain Management : Strategy, 'lanning and o'erationGs , Pearson ducation, "sia %)**)(+ Bapoor B B, Bansal Purva, LMar!eting logistics6 & Su''ly +hain &''roach M, Pearson ducation "sia %)**9(+ -onks T+G+, LSchaumGs /utlines /'erations ManagementM, Tata -cGraw ,ill %)**1(+ 7uffa, LModern 'roduction.o'erations ManagementM, Ciley astern >td+ %)***( Ch-!9" M-!-9"<"!, B r C <?",1,1:"!"00 @) 0 0 )A


Problemati!ing organi!ations3 0takeholders, environment, structure, systems, culture and people, types of change5 linear and nonlinear, incremental and radical, slow and fast, systems perspective of change, framework for conceptuali!ing change, organi!ational change5 people, process and technology issues, restructuring of organi!ations, creative destruction, role of information technology in organi!ational change+ 6eengineering and restructuring, self5regulating evolutionary and revolutionary changes, challenges of continuous and incremental changes, drivers of change, change agents, change process, total change, competitiveness, various measures of competitiveness, relationship between change and competitiveness, 0C:T analysis, 0"P5>"P analysis, tinkering and kludging, -atrix of change, &elphi study, implementing change3 various issues and theories, impact of change, Case studies+ Boo"s #ecommended 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ $ohnson " dosomwan, /rgani2ational Transformation and Process <eengineering , Bogan Page >imited, >ondon, )***+ 0ushil, L3lexi ility in ManagementM, @ikas Publishing ,ouse, #ew &elhi, )**1+ 7ernard 7urnes, LManaging +hangeM, Pitman Publishing Company, >ondon, 1===+ $ohn 0torey, L-uman <esourse and +hange Management M, 7lackwell Publishers, 'B, 1===+ 0tephen P 6obbins, L/rgani2ational #eha7iourM, Pearson ducation, #ew &elhi, )**)+ M"4h-,r !140 @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 ! , M"4h-!,r !140 S;0,"<0# -easurement 0ystems5Control 0ystems5-echatronics "pproach+ S"!0 r0 -!7 ,r-!0764"r0# Introduction5Performance Terminology5&isplacement, Position and Proximity5@elocity and -otion5Aluid Pressure5Temperature 0ensors5>ight 0ensors50election of 0ensors5 0ignal Processing+ M14r ?r 4"00 r# Introduction5"rchitecture5Pin Configuration5Instruction set5Programming of -icroprocessors using 8*8/ instructions5Interfacing input and output devices5Interfacing &4" converters and "4& converters5"pplications5 Temperature control50tepper motor control5Traffic light controller+ Pr 9r-<<-/8" L 914 C !,r 88"r# Introduction57asic structure5Input4:utput Processing5Programming5 -nemonics5Timers, Internal relays and counters5&ata handling5"nalog Input4:utput50election of a P>C+ D"019! -!7 M"4h-,r !140#0tages in &esigning mechatronic systems,Traditional and -echatronic design, Possible design solutions, Case studies of mechatronic systems, Pick and place robot, automatic car park system , engine management system+ B 1+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 7olton C+, LMechatronics,>ongman,0econd dition, )**2+

)+ 9+ 2+ /+ ,istand -ichael 7+ and "lciatore &avid G+, L Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems, -cGraw ,ill International ditions, )**9+ ,-T >td+, LMechatronicsM, Tata -cGraw ,ill Publishing Co+ >td+, 1==8+ 7radley &+"+, &awson &+, 7uru #+C+ and >oader "+$+, L MechatronicsM, Chapman and ,all, 1==9+ Gaonkar 6amesh 0+, LMicro'rocessor &rchitecture, Programming and &''lications M, Ciley astern, 1==<+ G" <",r14 M 7"81!9 B r M-!6B-4,6r1!9 @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 ! @ariational formulation, General field problems in ngineering, -odeling3 &iscrete and Continuous -odels, Characteristics, the relevance and place of finite element method+ 7oundary and intial value problems, Gradients and &ivergence theories, Aunctionals @ariational calculus, @ariational formulation of 7+@+P5The method of weighted residuals5The 6it!5Galesrkin, relaxaion and finite difference method+ F1!1," "8"<"!,0 B r<68-,1 ! B !" 71<"!01 !-8 ?r /8"< # :ne dimensional second order equations5 discreti!ation of domain in to elements5Generali!ed coordinate approach50tiffness matrix5 xtension of the method to fourth order equation, time dependant problems and their solutions5 xamples from heat transfer, fluid flow and solid mechanics F1!1," "8"<"!,0 B r<68-,1 ! B ,2 71<"!01 !-8 ?r /8"<# 0econd order equation involving variational formulation5Triangular elements and Juadrilateral elements5C0T and >0T models5Convergence criteria for chosen models5 lement matricses and vectors50olution techniques5 xtension to three domain problem, "xisymmetric problems5 xample from metal forming and metal cutting I0 ?-r-<-,r14 "8"<"!,0 B B r<68-,1 ! #atural coordinate in 1, ) and 9 dimensions5'se of area coordinates for triangular elements in ) dimensional problems5Isoparamatric elements in 1,) ,9 dimensional, #umerical integration+ S 86,1 ! B 8-r9" 0;0,"< B "C6-,1 !0# 0parse and banded matrics5-emory requirements5Choleksy decomposition5Aorward and backward substitution procedures5Gaussian elemination techniques5 igen value problems5Iteration concepts+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Chandrupatla T+6 and 7elegundu "+&+, LIntroduction to 3inite Elements in Engineering M, Prentice ,all of India, 1==8+ 6ao 0+0+, LThe finite element method in EngineeringM, Pergaman process, 1==9+ 0egeriend >+$+, L&''lied finite element analysisM, $ohn Ciley and 0ons, Inc 1=8=+ 6eddy $+#+, L&n Introduction to the 3inite Element method M , -cGraw ,ill International 0tudent dition, 1==*+ 6a.asekaran+0+, L%umerical methods for Initial and #oundary 8alue 'ro lems M, Cheelers and Co+, Pvt >td+ 1=8<+

43 $pen Electives
$%&IE'(() %omputer Integrated *anufacturing +ystems ,( - - (.

F6!7-<"!,-80 B <-!6B-4,6r1!9* -6, <-,1 ! -!7 CIM# -odeling5automated modeling systems5 Production economics 5 #ature role and development of CI- "rchitecture5 computers in CI-5simulation software+ C !,r 8 0;0,"<0# Process model formulation5control actions5optimal control structure model of a manufacturing process5steady state optimal control5adoptive control5sequence control and programmable controllers5computer process control5 The computer process interface5interface hardware5direct digital control+ M-!6B-4,6r1!9 0;0,"<0# Group technology5part families5parts classification and coding5Production Alow analysis5cellular manufacturing cell design5benefits -6P I and II 5computer aided quality control+ Pr 4"00 ?8-!!1!9# Process planning and concurrent engineering5logical design of a process plans election of machining processes, tools5work piece holders etc5sequencing of operations5geometric interpretation of technical drawings dimensioning and tolerancing5selection of detailed method of production5computer aided process planning %C"PP( 5 files management, variant approach, generative approach 4 development and trends+ F8"+1/8" <-!6B-4,6r1!9 0;0,"<0# "rchitecture5workstations5material handling and storage systems5 computer controlled machines5automated work flow5automated assembly systems5dead locks in automated manufacturing systems 5P T6I# T models applications5 development of software for A-0 integration+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 @iswanathan # and #arahari ?+, W Performance Modelling of automated Manufacturing Systems W, Prentice5,all of India Pvt >td+ %1==2(+ 6adhakrishnan P and 0ubramanian 0+, W+&D.+&M.+IM W, Ciley astern >imited %1==2(+ Gideon ,alevi and 6oland & Ceill, WPrinci'les of 'rocess 'lanningW, Chapman ,all %1==/(+ P G' and & , #orrie, WIntelligent Manufacturing PlanningW, Chapman and ,all %1==/(+ "ndrew Busik, WIntelligent Manufacturing SystemsW, Prentice ,all of India >td+ %1==*(+ H6-81,; M-!-9"<"!, S;0,"<0 @) 0 0 )A


I!,r 764,1 !# &efinition of Juality, &imensions of Juality, Juality Planning, Juality costs D "nalysis, Techniques for Juality Costs, 7asic concepts of Total Juality -anagement, ,istorical 6eview, Principles of TJ-, >eadership D Concepts, 6ole of 0enior -anagement, Juality Council, Juality 0tatements, 0trategic Planning, &eming Philosophy, 7arriers to TJ- Implementation+ THM ?r1!41?8"0# Customer satisfaction D Customer Perception of Juality, Customer Complaints, 0ervice Juality, Customer 6etention, mployee Involvement D -otivation, mpowerment, Teams, 6ecognition and 6eward, Performance "ppraisal, 7enefits, Continuous Process Improvement D $uran Trilogy, P&0" Cycle, /0, Bai!en, 0upplier Partnership D Partnering, sourcing, 0upplier 0election, 0upplier 6ating, 6elationship &evelopment+ S,-,10,14-8 ?r 4"00 4 !,r 8# The seven tools of quality, 0tatistical Aundamentals D -easures of central Tendency and &ispersion, Population and 0ample, #ormal Curve, Control Charts for variables and attributes, Process capability, Concept of six sigma, #ew seven -anagement tools+ THM T 80# 7enchmarking D 6easons to 7enchmark, 7enchmarking Process, Juality Aunction &eployment %JA&( D ,ouse of Juality, JA& Process, 7enefits, Taguchi Juality >oss Aunction, Total Productive -aintenance %TP-( D Concept, Improvement #eeds, A- " D 0tages of A- "+ H6-81,; 0;0,"<0# #eed for I0: =*** and :ther Juality 0ystems, I0: =***3)*** Juality 0ystem D lements, Implementation of Juality 0ystem, &ocumentation, Juality "uditing, J0 =***, I0: 12*** D Concept, 6equirements and 7enefits+ B D0 R"4 <<"!7"7

1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ &ale , 7esterfiled, et at+, L Total ;uality ManagementM, Pearson ducation "sia, 1===+%Indian reprint )**)(+ $ames 6+ vans and Cilliam -+>idsay, L The Management and +ontrol of ;uality M, %/th dition(, 0outh5Cestern %Thomson >earning( %)**)( %I07# *59)25*;;8*5/(+ Aeigenbaum " @, LTotal ;uality ManagementM, -cGraw5,ill %1==1(+ :akland $ 0, LTotal ;uality Management, 7utterworth D ,cinemann >td+, :xford+ %1=8=(+ #arayana @ and 0reenivasan, L%1S1 ;uality Management : +once'ts and Tas!sM, #ew "ge International %1==;(+ F8"+1/8" M-!6B-4,6r1!9 S;0,"<0 @) 0 0 )A


A! :"r:1"2# &efinition of A-0 D types F configurations concepts5 types of flexibility F performance measures+ Aunctions of A-0 host computer D A-0 host and area controller function distribution+ &evelopment and Implementation3 Planning phases integration5 system configuration D A-0 layouts D simulation DA-0 pro.ect development steps+ Pro.ect management Dequipment development D host system development 5 planning D hardware F software development+ A6, <-,"7 <-,"r1-8 h-!781!9 -!7 0, r-9"# Aunctions5 types D analysis of material handling equipments, &esign of conveyor F "G@ systems+ 0torage system performance5 "0460 D carousel storage system D CIP storage system D interfacing handling storage with manufacturing+ M 7"81!9 -!7 -!-8;010# "nalytical, heuristics, queuing, simulation and pertinent modeling techniques D scope applications and limitations+ "pplication of 0imulation software, manufacturing data systems5 planning the A-0 database+ C !4"?,0 B 710,r1/6,"7 !6<"r14-8 4 !,r 8# &#C system D communication between &#C computer F machine control unit D hierarchical processing of data in &#C system D features of &#C systems+ Programmable Controllers3 Control system architecture D elements of programmable controllers3 languages, control system flowchart, comparison of programming methods + Introduction to micro controllers "pplications 0cheduling and loading of A-0 Introduction, scheduling of operations on a single machine D) machine flow shop scheduling D ) machine .ob shop scheduling, 9 machine flow shop scheduling D scheduling SnN machines D scheduling rules D loading problems D tool management of A-0, material handling system schedule, Bnowledge based scheduling in A-C A-0 6elationale3 conomic and technological .ustification for A-0 D as GT, $IT5 operation and evaluation D personnel and infra structural aspects D typical case studies D future prospects+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 Parrish & $, L3lexi le manufacturingM, 7utter Corth D ,einemann >td, :xford %1==9(+ Groover - P, L&utomation, Production system and com'uter Integrated manufacturing M, Prentice ,all India %P( >td %1=8=(+ Busiak ", LIntelligent Manufacturing Systems M, Prentice ,all, nglewood Clitts, #$ %1==*(+ Considine & - and Considine G+&, LStandard -and oo! of Industrial &utomationM, Chapman and ,all, >ondon %1=8;(+ 6anky P G, LThe Design and /'eration of 3MSM, IA0 Pub+ 'B %1=88(+ F8617 P 2"r C !,r 8 S;0,"< @) 0 0 )A


F8617 ? 2"r A6, <-,1 !# #eed for and development of automation, principles of automation, basic concepts, feasibility of automation, economic considerations+ 0ymbols used for various hydraulic circuit components, 7oolean algebra, truth tables+ E8"<"!,0 B H;7r-6814 S;0,"< 3 "ir and hydraulic cylinders,, pressure accumulators, fluid reservoirs, checkvalve,, flow control valves,, directional control valves, restrictors, relief valve,, hydraulic servo systems, Aluid power symbols, electrical devices for hydraulic circles+ Tr-!0<1001 ! OB H;7r-6814 Dr1:"0# Constant and @ariable delivery types, gears, vane and piston pumps, design and construction, linear motor cylinder and piston drives, design and construction ! H;7r-6814 C1r461,0# 6eciprocation, quick return, sequencing, synchroni!ing clamping and accumulator circuits, press circuits, hydraulic copying machine circuit, fluidic elements+

P!"6<-,14 -!7 L 24 0, A6, <-,1 !# Pneumatic circuits, components simple circuit and application, low cost automation circuits for product handling and operation and machine tools and presses+ "pplication of pneumatics and ,ydraulics in C#C machining centres+ B 1+ )+ 9+ 2+ /+ D0 R"4 <<"!7"7 "nthony sposito, L3luid 'o"er "ith a''licationsM, Prentice ,all %1=8*(+ 6amakrishnan -, Industrial &utomationM, 0wathi Publications %1===(+ ,ary C+ 0teward, LPractical guide to fluid 'o"erM, &+7+ Tarapovevala sons and Co Pvt >td++ 7ombay %1=8<(+ 0teward ,+>+ L-ydraulic and 'neumatic 'o"er for 'roductionM, Industrial pressM, #ew ?ork %1=8<(+ "ndrew par, L-ydraulic and 'neumaticM %1==9(+ O?"r-,1 !0 M-!-9"<"!, @) 0 0 )A


. rD S;0,"< D"019!# &efinition, ob.ectives, step5by5step procedure, charts and diagrams for recording data+ principles of motion economy+ @arious techniques of work5measurement, work5sampling, time study F its procedure+ 6ating, methods of rating, allowances and their types, standard time, numerical problems+ Introduction to rgonomics, man5machine system and its components+ F-4181,1"0 ?8-!!1!9 -!7 7"019!3 Plant layout, material handling and their interrelationship, ob.ectives of a good plant layout, principles of a good layout, classical types of layouts+ 5-86" "!91!""r1!93 @alue analysis, methodology of value engineering+ H6-81,; C !,r 8# Process control and product control, difference between 0JC and 0PC, chance and assignable causes of quality variation, 0hewhart control charts+ 1**E inspection, no inspection and sampling inspection+ "pplication of hyper geometric, binomial F Poisson distributions in acceptance inspection+ I!:"!, r; M-!-9"<"!,# Introduction, materials productivity and role of materials management techniques in improved materials productivity, CilsonNs lot si!e model, inventory costs, hidden costs, composition of costs, estimation of inventory related costs, lead time, stock out point, number of time periods, calculating conomic :rder Juantity % :J(, sensitivity analysis of :J model+ Pr 3"4, M-!-9"<"!,3 Gantt chart, milestone char+ #etwork scheduling terminology+ Path enumeration, "ctivity on node F activity on arc network precedence diagrams+ R"81-/181,;# Concept of reliability, ob.ectives, applications, area of use, use of reliability in industry+

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