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MMPD - 201 Product design and IifecycIe Management




Unit 1
Product Design: Product specifications, concept development, configuration design Ì nvolving
synthesis, analysis and optimization, Detailed design, Presentation of design, Oral and Visual
presentations, various types of models used in product design, Design through creative routes,
Adaptive and variant design, Concurrent Engineering theory.


Unit 2
Product Lifecycle Management definitions, Product data management, Evolution of PLM, Pre-
requisites for PLM, PLM benefits, PLM implementation methods, Product Lifecycle
Engineering: Design for X, Components of DFX.


Unit 3
Design for manufacturing and Design for assembly, Role of Aesthetics and Ergonomics in design,
Robust Design using Taguchi methods, Reliability based design, Modular versus integral design,
Design for environment (DFE), Life cycle assessment (LCA), Steps of LCA, Determining system
boundaries, Life Cycle Ìnventory compilation, Common LCA methods and their impact
categories, Applying DFE through LCA, Case studies.


Unit 4
Value analyses: scope, techniques and job plan, Standardization, Renard series, Simplification
versus Variety in products, Patents, copyright and Ìntellectual Property Rights.


Unit 5
Marketing Management: Philosophies of Marketing, Market and Product strategies, BCG matrix,
Portfolio management, New Product development strategy. Marketing channels, Pricing
strategies and Promotional strategies, Consumer behavior, Sales Management, Planning of sales,
Sales skills, evaluation and promotion, Advertising methods, preparation of advertising briefs.


References:

1. John Stark; Product Life Cycle Management: Paradigm for 21st Century; Springer-Verlag.
2. Grieves Michael, Product Life Cycle Management, McGraw Hill.
3. Chitale A. K. and Gupta R. C.; Product Design and Manufacturing, PHÌ.
4. Gupta V., Lal G.K. and Reddy; Fundamentals of Design and manufacturing; Narosa Publishing.
5. James Garrat; Design & Technology; Cambridge University Press
6. Dieter; Engineering Design Marketing Management; PHÌ.
7. Kolter, Philip; Marketing Management; PHÌ.
8. Stanton; Principles of Marketing, Prentice Hall.
9. Product Life Cycle Engineering and Management, CEP Lecture notes, Prof B Ravi, ÌÌT Bombay




MMPD - 202 ReIiabiIity Engg and quaIity mgmt.



Unit 1
Reliability: Distributions encountered in controlling Reliability, mean time to failure, Exponential
failure density, MTTF, Weibull, Failure density, Measurement and Tests, Maintenance
and Reliability, Life testing.


Unit 2
Quality Control: Definitions, Place of quality control in industries, Taguchi loss function and
robust design, Quality control organization. Difference between inspection and quality control.
Applications of quality control in industries. Economics of Quality systems. Quality Assurance.


Unit 3
Statistical process control: Sample size and frequency of sampling and control, Design and
application of control charts for variable and attribute, Process capability studies, six sigma concepts
and implementation


Unit 4
Acceptance Sampling: Single sampling plans. Double sampling and sequential sampling plans.
Rectifying inspection for lots. Sampling plans for continuous production. Selection of sampling plans
for different situations. Economics of acceptance sampling.


Unit 5
T.Q.M.: Evolution of total quality management. Historical perspective. Elements of TQM: elimination
of waste and problem exposure. Total quality control systems. Demings wheel, Deming 14 points-
pros and cons in industrial engineering context, Philip Crosby philosophy, Juran Philosophy,
Ìshikawa Diagram. Quality function development, quality circles & ÌSO 9000. Application of
TQM to service type organizations. Various Quality Awards. Costs benefit analysis. Life cycle
costing.



References:
1. Kapur K.C. and Lamberson; Reliability in Engg. Design; Wiley Eastern.
2. Dhillon; Reliability; Wiley Eastern
3. O' Connor Patrick DT; Practical Reliability Engg; Wiley.
4. Mann Prem S; Statistics; Wiley
5. Bedi Kanishka; Quality Management; Oxford University press
6. Grant E.L. and Leave Worth; Statistical Quality Control; TMH.
7. Juran and Gray, Quality Planning Control, TMH.
8. Mood and Gray Bill, Statistics, John Wiley.
9. Hansen B.L. and Ghare P.M.; Q C and Application; PHÌ
MMPD - 203 Ergonomics and Design


Unit 1
Ìntroduction: Definition, History of Development, Characteristics of Man Machine Systems,
Relative capabilities of Human beings and Machines,


Unit 2
Ìnformation Ìnput and Processing: Ìntroduction to information theory, Factors affecting
information reception and processing, Coding and Selection of sensory inputs; Human Sensory
Process: Vision, Hearing, Cutaneous, Kinesthitics, and orientation senses.


Unit 3
Display: Visual Display: Quantitative and qualitative types of visual display, Visual indicators and
warning signals, pictorial and Graphic displays, Alphanumeric Characteristics, Symbolic Codes;
Auditory and Textual Display: General Principles, Characteristics and Selection of Auditory and
Textual display.


Unit 4
Human Motor Activities: Bio-mechanisms of motion, Measurement of Physiological
Functions, Energy Expenditure in Physical Activities; Human Control of Systems: Human input and
output channels. Compatibility, Tracking Operations, Design of Control; Anthropometry:
Anthropometrics Data and their uses, Work Space Dimensions; Design of seats and seating
Arrangement, Location of components, Design of work place.


Unit 5
Environment and Safety: Ìntroduction to Environmental stresses and their impacts on human
work. Ìndustrial Safety: Analysis of cost of accidents, Hazards in various fields like Fire,
Electrical shocks. Chemicals, Material Handling, Radiation Machine and Machine Tools and
Methods of eliminating them, Personnel Protective equipments, Government legislation about
occupational safety, organization for safety, plant safety.



References:
1. McCormick; Human Factors in Engineering and design.
2. Singleton; Ìntroduction to Ergonomics













MMPD - 204 Robotics and Automated materiaI HandIing

1. ÌNTRODUCTÌON: Basic concepts, Robot anatomy , Robot configurations, Basic robot motions,
Types of drives, Applications, Material handling, processing, Assembly and Ìnspection, safety
considerations.


2. TRANSFORMATÌONS AND KÌNEMATÌCS: Vector operations, Translational transformations
and Rotational transformations, Properties of transformation matrices, Homogeneous
transformations and Manipulator, Forward solution, Ìnverse solution.


3. CONTROLS AND END EFFECTORS: Control system concepts, Analysis, control of joints
Adaptive and optimal control, End effectors, Classification, Mechanical, Magnetic, Vacuum
Adhesive, Drive systems, Force analysis and Gripper design.


4. ROBOT PROGRAMMÌNG: Methods, Languages, Computer control and Robot Software, VAL
system and Language.


5. SENSORY DEVÌCES: Non optical and optical position sensors, Velocity and Acceleration,
Range, Proximity, touch, Slip, Force, Torque, Machine vision, Ìmage components,
Representation, Hardware, Picture coding, Object recognition and categorization, Software
consideration.


6. Automated Material Handling and Storage: Functions types and analysis of material handling
equipment, Design of conveyor and AGV system, Storage system performance, AS/RS, Carovsel
storage system, WÌP storage system, Ìnterfacing handling, Storage with manufacturing



References:
1. Fu KS., Gonzalez RC,Lee CSG; Robotics control, sensing, vision, and intelligence; TMH
2. Klafter R.D., Chmielewski TA; Robot Engineering An Ìntegrated approach; PHÌ.
3. Deb SR; Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation; TMH.
4. Craig JJ; Ìntroduction to Robotics Mechanics and Control; Addison-Wesley
5. Ashitava Ghoshal; Robotics fundamental concept and analysis; Oxford Presss.
6. Groover MP; Ìndustrial Robotics Technology programming and application; TMH










MMPD/MMMD 205 Vibration & Noise ControI
Unit 1
Multi Degree Freedom System:-Free Vibration equation of motion. Ìnfluence Coefficient i) Stiffness
Coeff. ii)Flexibility Coeff. Generalized co ordinates, and Coordinate couplings. Langranges
Equations Matrix Method Eigen Values Eigen Vector problems. Modal Analysis. Forced Vibrations of
undamped system and modal analysis.
Multi Degree System Numerical Methods:- (i)Rayleigh`s Method, (ii)Rayleigh-Ritz Method (iii)
Holzer`s Method (iv)Methods of Matrix iterations (v) Transfer Matrix Method, Ìmpulse response and
frequency response functions.

Unit 2
Continuous System: Vibrations of String, Bars, Shafts and beams, free and forced vibration of
continuous systems.
Vibration Measurement : FFT analyzer, vibration exciters, signal analysis. Time domain & Frequency
domain analysis of signals. Experimental modal analysis, Machine Conditioning and Monitoring, fault
diagnosis.

Unit 3
Transient vibrations:- Response of a single degree of freedom system to step and any arbitrary
excitation, convolution (Duhamel's) integral, impulse response functions.
Vibration Control: Balancing of rotating machine, Ìn-situ balancing of rotors, control of natural
frequency introduction of damping, vibration isolation & vibration absorbers.

Unit 4
Random Vibrations:- Expected values auto and cross correlation function, Spectral density, response
of linear systems, analysis of narrow band systems.
Non Linear Vibrations:-Systems with non-linear elastic properties, free vibrations of system with non-
linear elasticity and damping, phase, plane technique, Duffing's equation, jump phenomenon, Limit
cycle, perturbation method.

Unit 5
Noise and Ìts Measurement :-Sound waves, governing equation its propagation,
Fundamentals of Noise , Decibel, Sound Pressure level, Sound Ìntensity, Sound fields,
reflection, absorption and transmission .Noise measurement , Sound meter, Allowed
exposure levels and time limit by B.Ì.S., Octave Band analysis of sound, Fundamentals of
Noise control, source control, path control ,enclosures, noise absorbers, noise control at
receiver.



Reference Books
1 Theory of Vibrations with Applications: W T Thomson CBS Publishers Delhi
2 Mechanical Vibrations : S S Rao Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.
3 Fundamentals of Vibration : Leonard Meirovitch , McGraw Hill Ìnternational Edison.
4 Principles of Vibration Control : Asok Kumar Mallik, Affiliated East- West Press.
5 Mechanical Vibrations A H Church ,John Wiley & Sons Ìnc
6 Mechanical Vibrations J P Den Hartog ,McGraw Hill.
7 Mechanical Vibration Analysis : Srinivasan ,McGraw Hill.
8 Mechanical Vibrations : G K Groover.
9 Vibration and Noise for Engineers: Kewal Pujara , Dhanpat Rai & co.