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BRACT’S

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Bansilal Ramnath Agarwal Charitable Trust’s

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology
(An Autonomous Institute affiliated to University of Pune)

Structure and Syllabus of

B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
Pattern ‘E11’
Effective from Academic Year 2012-13
Prepared by: - Board of Studies in Mechanical Engineering
Approved by: - Academic Board, Vishwakarma Institute of Technology,
Pune

Signed by,

Chairman – BOS

Chairman – Academic Board
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Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech), Pattern ‘E11’, Issue 1, Rev 0, dated 28/07/2012

BRACT’S

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Content
Sr.
No.

Subject
Code

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Title

2

Program Educational Objectives of B.E. ( Mechanical
Engineering)
Course Structure - Module III

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Course Syllabi for courses - Module III

3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
3.11
3.12
3.13
3.14
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ME21101
ME20103
ME20105
ME20107
HS20108
ME20201
ME20203
ME20305
ME20307
ME24401
ME24301

Mathematics
Kinematics and Mechanisms
Machine Drawing Computer Aided Drafting
Metallurgy and Material Science
Technical Writing
Mathematics
Kinematics and Mechanisms
Machine Drawing Computer aided Drafting
Metallurgy and Material Science
Mini Project
Workshop Practice
@ Elective –Soft Skills
ME20401 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce
@ Institute Elective
Course Structure - Module IV

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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
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Course Syllabi for courses - Module IV
ME20102
ME20104
ME20106
ME20108
ME20202
ME20204
ME20306
ME20308
HS20307
ME24402
ME24302

Strength of Machine Elements
Mechanical Design
Thermal Engineering
Fluid Mechanics
Strength of Machine Elements
Mechanical Design
Thermal Engineering
Fluid Mechanics
General Seminar II
Mini Project
Creativity and Project Development
@ Energy Audit
ME20402 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce
@ Institute Elective
Course Structure - Module V

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32
35
37
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42
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46
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Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

Department of Mechanical Engineering
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7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
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Course Syllabi for courses - Module V
ME31101
ME30103
ME30105
ME30107
ME31201
ME30203
ME30305
ME30307
ME34401

Manufacturing Techniques
Design of Machine Elements
Metrology and Measurement Techniques
Heat Transfer
Manufacturing Techniques
Design of Machine Elements
Metrology and Measurement Techniques
Heat Transfer
Mini Project
@ Institute Level
ME30403 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce
ME37301 $ Seminar
Course Structure - Module VI

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9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
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Course Syllabi for courses - Module VI
ME30102
ME30104
ME30106
ME30108
ME30202
ME30204
ME30306
ME30308

Theory of Machines
Internal Combustion Engines
Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering
Computational Methods in Mechanical engineering
Theory of Machines
Internal Combustion Engines
Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering
Computational Methods in Mechanical engineering
@ Institute Level
ME30404 $ Comprehensive Viva Voce
ME37302 Project Stage I
Course Structure - Module VII

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Course Syllabi for courses - Module VII

11.1a
11.1b
11.1c
11.1d

ME42101
ME42103
ME42105
ME42107

11.2a
11.2b
11.2c
11.2d
11.3
11.4

ME42109
ME42111
ME42113
ME42115
ME40101
ME40103

Elective Group I
Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis
Tribology
Design of Composite Materials
Machine Tool Design
Elective Group II
Heat Exchange Devices
Turbo machines
Thermal Power Plants
Energy Conservation And Management
Design of Mechanical Systems
CAD/CAM/CAE

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6b 11.8 11.6a 11. (Mech).5d ME42201 ME42203 ME42205 ME42207 11.6d 11.1a 13.5b 13.5c 13. dated 28/07/2012 .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.1b 13.7 13.5a 13.5c 11.9 12 ME42209 ME42211 ME42213 ME42215 ME40301 ME40303 ME47303 13 Elective Group I Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis Tribology Design of Composite Materials Machine Tool Design Elective Group II Heat Exchange Devices Turbo machines Thermal Power Plants Energy Conservation And Management Design of Mechanical Systems CAD/CAM/CAE Project Stage II Course Structure .6b 13. Pattern ‘E11’.6a 13.2a 13.2b 13.3 13.1c 13.8 13. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 11.9 ME42210 ME42212 ME42214 ME42216 ME40306 ME40308 ME47304 Elective Group III Finite Element Method Optimization Techniques Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping Simulation of Mechanical Systems Elective Group IV Robotics Mechatronics Operation Research Instrumentation and Automatic Controls Vibration Analysis Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Elective Group III Finite Element Method Optimization Techniques Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping Simulation of Mechanical Systems Elective Group IV Robotics Mechatronics Operation Research Instrumentation and Automatic Controls Vibration Analysis Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Project Stage III 122 124 126 128 130 132 134 136 138 140 142 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 4 Structure and Syllabus of B. Issue 1. Rev 0.E.5d ME42202 ME42204 ME42206 ME42208 13.5a 11.2d 13.5b 11.2c 13.4 ME42110 ME42112 ME42114 ME42116 ME40106 ME40108 13.6d 13.1d ME42102 ME42104 ME42106 ME42108 13.Module VIII 108 108 109 109 110 111 112 114 115 117 119 121 Course Syllabi for courses .7 11.6c 13.6c 11.Module VIII 13.

Engineering students) Machine Design Basics Basic Manufacturing Processes Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Theory of Machines and Machine Design Group Selection Credits ACADEMIC INFORMATION $ Please Refer Academic Information ! Please Refer F. (Mech).5 15.6 19 ME29103 ME39103 ME29104 ME49103 ME49104 ME49105 19.4 19. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 14 Course Structure for Honors in B.2 17. dated 28/07/2012 .5 17.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.5 19.1 19.1 17.4 17. Issue 1.2 18.3 15.1 15.3 18.E. ( Mechanical Engineering) Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For Industrial/Production Engineering students) Basic Heat Transfer Internal Combustion Engines Introduction to Turbo machines Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Automobile Engineering Group Selection Credits Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For Chemical Engineering students) Machine Design Basics Basic Manufacturing Processes Industrial Fluid Power Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Theory of Machines and Machine Design Group Selection Credits Course Syllabi for courses offered as Minor (For E&TC.6 16 ME28101 ME38101 ME38103 ME38102 ME38104 ME48101 ME48102 ME48103 17 17.4 15. Structure & Syllabi Booklet @ Please Refer GP-PD-OE Structure & Syllabi Booklet 155 5 Structure and Syllabus of B.2 19. Pattern ‘E11’.5 18.6 20 ME29105 ME39105 ME29106 ME49105 ME49106 ME49107 o o o Workshop Technology Automobile Engineering OR Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion Theory of Elasticity OR Renewable Energy Systems Computational Fluid Dynamics Cryogenics Group Selection Credits Course Structure for Minor in B. ( Mechanical Engineering) Course Syllabi for courses offered as Honors 15 15. Elex.E.1 18.2 15.E.E. IT. Instru.6 18 ME29101 ME39101 ME29102 ME49101 ME49102 ME49103 18. CS.3 19. Rev 0.4 18.3 17.

BRACT’S

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
PEO No.

Description of the Objective

1

Graduates will demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, science and
engineering.

2

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments,
interpret and analyze data, and report results.

3

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to design a mechanical system or a thermal
system or a process that meets desired specifications and requirements.

4

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to function on engineering and science
laboratory teams, as well as on multidisciplinary design teams.

5

Graduates will demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical
engineering problems.

6

Graduates will demonstrate an understanding of their professional and ethical
responsibilities.

7

Graduates will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written
forms.

8

Graduates will have the confidence to apply engineering solutions in global and
societal contexts.
Graduates should be capable of self-education and clearly understand the value of

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lifelong learning.

Graduates will be broadly educated and will have an understanding of the impact
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of Engineering on society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.

Graduates will be familiar with modern engineering software tools and equipment
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to analyze mechanical engineering problems.

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BRACT’S

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

MODULE III

Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech), Pattern ‘E11’, Issue 1, Rev 0, dated 28/07/2012

BRACT’S

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune – 411 037

Department of Mechanical Engineering

STRUCTURE MODULE III

Subject Subject
No.
Code
S1
S2

Subject Name

ME21101 Mathematics
ME20103 Kinematics and Mechanisms
Machine Drawing Computer
S3 ME20105
Aided Drafting
Metallurgy and Material
S4 ME21107
Science
S9 HS20108 Technical Writing
T1 ME21201 Mathematics
T2 ME20203 Kinematics and Mechanisms
Machine Drawing Computer
P1 ME20305
Aided Drafting
Metallurgy and Material
P2 ME21307
Science
MP3 ME24401 Mini project
SD3 ME24301 Workshop Practice
HS25301
GP3
Elective –Soft Skills
HS25303
CVV1 ME20401 Comprehensive Viva Voce
Institute Elective (Irrespective
of Module)
OE3
ME26101 Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
Total

Teaching Scheme
(Hrs/week)
Credits
Lect
Tutorial Practical
.
3
0
0
3
3
0
0
3
3

0

0

3

3

0

0

3

2
0
0

0
1
1

0
0
0

1
1
1

0

0

2

1

0

0

2

1

0
0

0
0

2
2

2
1

0

0

2

1
1

2

0

0

2

16

2

8

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Bessel Functions of the Second Kind Y ν (x ) . Solutions by undetermined coefficients and Variation of Parameter method . Orthogonal Eigen function Expansions. Application of system of ordinary differential equations by Matrix method . Legendre’s Polynomials P n (x ) . dated 28/07/2012 . Bessel’s Equation. Unit II Series solutions of differential equations and Special functions (7 Hrs) Power Series Method.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rev 0. Introduction to Laplace Transform and its properties. 9 Unit I Unit I Linear Differential equations of higher order (7 Hrs) Homogeneous Linear differential equations of Second Order.Theory 3 Hrs/Week. Legendre’s Equations. • Outcome 1. Inverse Laplace Transform Application of Laplace Transform to to Engineering Problems. Frobenius Method. (Mech).E. Sturm-Liouville problems. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering HS20101 :: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: . Unit IV (7 Hrs) 9 Structure and Syllabus of B. Theory of Power Series Method. Bessel Functions J ν (x ) . Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Mathematical understanding so as to apply to mechanical engineering problems. Unit III Fourier and Laplace Transform (7 Hrs) Fourier integrals. Delta function and periodic function. Issue 1. Orthogonal Functions.Euler – Cauchy Equation. Laplace Transform of Unit step function. Fourier transforms.. Higher Order Homogeneous and Non Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients. Pattern ‘E11’. Fourier cosine and sine transforms.

Random variables. Erwin Kreyszig. Text Books 1. Dr. 1985. Pattern ‘E11’. Spiegel [Schaum’s out line series]. John Wiley and sons. The heat and Wave equations. Bionomial. 2.Poission. decisions. Green’s. (36th Edition). Random sampling. chi-square test. Wesley/Narosa. (8th Edition). Probability distributions. “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”. dated 28/07/2012 . line and surface integrals. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Probability and Statistics Probability and rules of probability.S.E. acceptance sampling. Thomas. B. B. Unit V Applications of Partial Differential equations (7 Hrs) Classification of Partial Differential Equations. statistical quality control. confidence intervals. inc. G. 10 Structure and Syllabus of B. Reference Books 1. The equation of Laplace. Divergence and curl of a vector field. 2000. (Mech). Irrotational and solenoidal vectors and potential functions.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Applications involving Bessel functions. Regression and correlation analysis. “Higher Engineering Mathematics”. and Finney. Grewal. Khanna Publishers. Delhi. vector identities. Unit VI Vector Calculus (7 Hrs) Vector and scalar functions and fields. Directional derivative. Stoke’s and Gauss theorems and applications to Engineering Problems. “Calculus and analytic Geometry” (6th Edition).. 2. Estimation of parameters. “Advanced Calculus”. Laplace and Fourier transform techniques for solving Partial Differential Equations. Goodness of fit. Murray R.Hypergeometric and Normal distributions. testing of hypothesis. Mean and variance of distributions. Issue 1. Gradient of a scalar field. Rev 0. 2003. Derivative.

dated 28/07/2012 . Friction axis. B. Swinging / Rocking mechanisms. angular velocity ratio theorem. C. Definition of velocity. • To introduce the students to friction in mechanisms. degree of freedom of pairs and mechanisms. Friction in mechanisms. Davis steering mechanism. four link chains and their inversions. Ratchets and Escapement mechanisms. Rubbing velocity at turning pairs. Indices of merit (mechanical advantage). (Mech). machine. Numericals and Applications. B. Links. Grashof’s Law. Friction in turning pairs. mechanisms. Rev 0. angular velocity of a rigid body. Mechanisms with lower pairs: Universal (Hooke’s) Joint. kinematic chains. velocity analysis using method of instantaneous centers.E. • To make students understand analytical and graphical methods of analysis of mechanisms.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Study of fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics of machinery and mechanisms. Approximate and Exact Straight line mechanisms. • To introduce the students to static and dynamic analysis of I. fourbar.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Ackerman steering mechanism. Indexing mechanisms. Grubler and Kutzbach criteria. Aronhold-Kennedy theorem of three centers. Unit II Graphical Velocity Analysis of Mechanisms (10 Hrs) A. Pattern ‘E11’. centrodes. Unit III (8 Hrs) 11 Structure and Syllabus of B. kinematic constraints. Steering mechanisms – Principle of correct steering. single-slider and double-slider chains. Friction circle. Instantaneous centre of velocity. Issue 1. Unit I Terminology. Engines. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20103 :: KINEMATICS AND MECHANISMS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . kinematic pairs. Definitions and Assumptions (8 Hrs) A. relative velocity. velocity analysis of mechanisms by graphical (Velocity Polygon) method.

Radius of gyration of rigid bodies. Asia. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Graphical Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms A. John Uicker Jr. B. S. R. relative acceleration. Klein’s construction. Khanna Publications. Velocity and acceleration analysis by vector method. Thomas Bevan. (Mech). angular acceleration of a link. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis”. method of kinematic coefficients. Amitabh Ghosh and A. Coriolis component of acceleration. Khurmi. Vector loop closure equations. S. E. “Design of Machinery”. Theory of Compound Pendulum.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.S. Instantaneous center of acceleration. Pearson Education. Reference Books 1. “Theory of Machines”. dated 28/07/2012 . Bi-filler and Tri-filler suspension. Inertia of geared systems. Chace solutions. Oxford University Press. CBS Publications. L.. 2. Rattan. Rev 0. Velocity and acceleration analysis of mechanisms by complex algebra method. Issue 1. Gordon R. Static and Dynamic (Inertia) force analysis of I. Engine mechanism. K. 2. Definition of acceleration. Shigley. Text Books 1. and correction couple. Determination of torque at the crank shaft to overcome the connecting rod inertia (Graphical and Analytical approach). David H. Velocity and acceleration analysis of slider-crank mechanism by analytical method. two point mass dynamically equivalent system. Graphical Differentiation and Integration Unit V Inertia Force Analysis (7Hrs) A. McGraw-Hill. Additional Reading 1. Pennock and J. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (Third edition)”. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. acceleration analysis of mechanisms by graphical ( Acceleration Polygon) method. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication 3. acceleration polygon. Pattern ‘E11’. B.E. Unit IV Analytical Velocity and Acceleration Analysis of Mechanisms (7Hrs) A. 12 Structure and Syllabus of B. R. “Theory of Machines”. C. Myszka. Mallik. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd. 3. “Theory of Machines”. Norton. B. Two point mass statically equivalent system.

Locking arrangements for Nuts.Assist commands. Issue 1. transition and interference) Judging type of fit from dimensions and specified tolerance and applications. • To Learn Computer Aided Drafting. Read.E. Bolts. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20105 :: MACHINE DRAWING AND COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING Credits: 02 Teaching Scheme: . (Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. thread nomenclature . Unit IV Geometrical Tolerances and Surface Roughness (8 Hrs) 13 Structure and Syllabus of B. hole base and shaft base system of tolerancing. Representation of threads . Pattern ‘E11’. Data conversion functions. Unit I AutoCAD and Auto LISP (8 Hrs) AutoCAD: Introduction. Right and left hand threads. Multi-start threads. Drawing Settings and Aids .Theory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To become conversant with the machine elements. Foundation bolt . User input and output. Set-Screws. List filtering functions. Nuts. Math operators and functions. Basic types of fits (clearance. Drawing. thread series. String function. Modify. Stud. logical operator. Trigonometric functions. Numericals on above topics. Unit III Tolerances. Limits. Draw and understand production drawing. View. Forms of threads. Threads Designation. dated 28/07/2012 . Limits and Fits (8 Hrs) ISO system of tolerancing Tolerance chart. Rev 0. Saving and plotting Auto LISP: Data types. Decision making and looping Unit II Screwed fasteners (8 Hrs) Introduction . • To Learn.

“Iinside Auto CAD”. P. Text Books 1.S. Narayana. Concentricity.L. Welding process designations. Venkata Reddy. Height Gauge. Indicating Geometrical Tolerances on drawings. “Westermann Tables for metal Trade”. Dimensions of welds. Circularity. Rev 0. (Mech). Cylindricity. Cooke and Robert N. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publications. Holt Sounders International edition. “Engg. Surface Roughness Number. New riders/Micro tech Asian edition. New ages international Ltd. KannaiahandK. dated 28/07/2012 . Depth Gauge. P. Rivet Head. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. K. Tolerance Symbol and Value. Kannaiah and K. and Pin Joints (8 Hrs) Riveted Joints: Introduction. “Machine Drawing”. K. Pin Joints: cotter and knuckle joints. Dimensioning Techniques (Self Study) Measuring instruments like Vernier Calipers. Keys. P. Auto LISP in Plain English. Graphics and design with computer applications”. and Dial Gauge. 5. Tolerances for Related Features such as Parallelism. Surface Finish: Introduction. 6. Issue 1.G.E. Perpendicularity. Machine symbols. Definition. New Age International Ltd. Narayan. Tolerances for Single Features such as Straightness. Unit V Riveted. Wiley Publication 3. Rules to be observed while applying symbols. “Design data”. Angularity. D. ‘George O. Coimbtore. 2. Indication of Surface Roughness. Reference Books 1. Range of Roughness obtainable with different manufacturing processes.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Additional Reading 1. Rice. CMTI. Micrometer. Classification of riveted heads Welded Joints: Introduction. IS Code: SP46 3. Rivets and riveting. Head’ 14 Structure and Syllabus of B. David I. “Machine Drawing”. 4. McDongal. AutoCAD Reference Manual. Flatness. 2. Pattern ‘E11’. Terminology. “Poduction Drawing”. Rakers and H. Unit VI IS Convention. Ajit Singh. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Geometrical Tolerances: Need of Geometrical Tolerances.L. Venkata Raddy. Welded Joints and symbol. College of Technology. 2. “Machine Tool Design handbook”. Welded. Auto LISP reference Manual. 3.

Classification of Engineering Materials. Unit I Introduction to Material Science (7 Hrs) A. EN.Mechanisms. dated 28/07/2012 . Future Trends. Unit II Steels (7 Hrs) A. Time-temperature. non-equilibrium cooling of steel. Eutectic systems.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Microstructure. Numerical based on it. Transformation products of austenite. Plastic deformation . structure property relationship. Partial eutectic systems. Unit III Heat treatments of Steels (8 Hrs) A. widmanstatten structure. work hardening. micro and macro examination. Continuous cooling transformation diagrams. Rev 0. Plotting of equilibrium diagrams. Annealing" Normalizing" Hardening" Retention of austenite" Effects of retained 15 Structure and Syllabus of B. specifications of some commonly used steels like BIS. Coring. Issue 1.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • To study engineering materials. Pattern ‘E11’. Cold and Hot working of metals. B. Deformation of Single crystal and Polycrystalline materials. Isomorphous system. Related terms and definitions Hume Rothery's rule of solid solubility. metallurgical microscope. SAE. Imperfections in crystals. Introduction to heat treatment furnaces and Furnace atmospheres. Equilibrium diagrams. Dislocations. their properties and testing. Critical temperatures. AISI.transformation diagrams. Critical cooling rate. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME21107 :: METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Heat treatment of steels Quenching media. cooling curve and volume changes of pure iron. B. Uses of eutectic alloys. Classification and applications of steels. Allotropy. (Mech). Cooling curves. Steels: iron-iron carbide equilibrium diagram. Structures and their property relationship in relation to engineering materials Indexing of planes and directions. etching. Introduction to Metallography.

Ltd. Special purpose steels with applications. patenting. K. Beryllium. ausforrning. Effects of various parameters on structures and properties of cast irons. B. Ti-alloys etc.Effects of alloying elements. isoforming. Defects due to heat treatment and remedial measure. Kodgire V. Avner. New. Commercial heat treatment practice of gears of different sizes. classification of alloying elements. Nitriding. Heat treatment of high-speed steel. Everest Publishing House. Applications of cast irons for different components of machine tool. Malleable cast iron" Ductile Iron. Heat treatments of cast iron. Sensitization of stainless steel.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. martempering. G. 3. dated 28/07/2012 . Cast irons. Temper embrittlement.Silver. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering austenite" Elimination of retained austenite. Carbonitriding. Silicon Copper nickel alloys. Pattern ‘E11’. pumps etc.Brasses.Delhi. Flame hardening and Induction hardening. Bearing materials and their applications.E. Ion implantation. springs. Solders. tools. Quench cracks. weld decay of stainless steel. Surface modification treatments like PVD. “Material science and metallurgy for Engineers”. TMH publication. Text Books 1. Stainless Steels. D. 2. (Mech). Pune. Precipitation hardening alloys. Bundinski. Rev 0. Hardenability testing". Unit IV Surface Hardening and Isothermal Treatments (8 Hrs) A. Isothermal heat treatments such as austempering. White cast iron. Chilled and alloy cast irons. Gray cast iron. Bronzes-: Tin. Carburising. Unit V Alloy Steels and Non-Ferrous Alloys (10 Hrs) A. “An introduction to physical metallurgy”. B. CVD. Tuffride and Sursulf process. automobiles.Classification. etc. Aluminium. Tool steels and tool materials. Bundinski and M. B. Issue 1. “Engineering Materials”. Copper alloys . 16 Structure and Syllabus of B. Tempering" Secondary hardening. heat treatment after carburising. Aluminium and aluminium alloys. High Temperature materials such as Nimonics. Nickel . Super alloys. K.. Alloy Steels .

R.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E. Issue 1. 2. dated 28/07/2012 . “Physical Metallurgy for Engineers”. Ltd. Rollason E. (Mech). Askeland and Pradeep Phule. “The science of engineering materials”. Rev 0. New Delhi. Clark and Varney W. 3.. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference Books 1. Pattern ‘E11’. ELBS Publishing. “Metallurgy for Engineers”. 17 Structure and Syllabus of B. Thomson series.. C.. East-West Press Pvt. Donald R.

II. n. [B] Home Assignments related to the above topics. p) Unit I [A] Definition.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. How to write and insert them in reports. Rev 0. 18 Structure and Syllabus of B. [B] Home Assignments related to the above topics.E. III. glossary and bibliography. Issue 1.Theory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To enhance reading and writing skills. • To guide the students with apt expressions in English language (both words and sentence construction) and to develop the students confidence level • Mapping with PEOs: I. dated 28/07/2012 . o. Unit IV [A] Various report writing techniques [B] Home Assignments related to the above topics. k. Unit III (5 + 2 = 7 Hrs) [A] Use and types of charts and illustrations in report writing [B] Home Assignments related to the above topics (minimum 25 sentences on each topic). : 654 HS20108 :: TECHNICAL WRITING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . (4 + 2 = 6 Hrs) Unit II (5 + 2 = 7 Hrs) [A] Importance of references. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering FF No. Structure and types of reports. V : (j. Pattern ‘E11’. (Mech). (5 + 2 = 7 Hrs) Unit V [A] A detail study of any report (non technical and technical) (5 + 2 = 7 Hrs) [B] Home Assignments related to the above topics.

“ The effective presentation “ Asha Kaul 2005 Sage Publications Delhi 2. (Mech). “ Project Report writing “ MK Rampal . 2000 . Rev 0. “ Business communication and report writing “ R.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. SL Gupta 2010 Galgotia Publishing company Delhi Reference Books 1. Pattern ‘E11’.C Sharma and KrishnaMohan 2nd edition . Tata McGrawhill publishing company 19 Structure and Syllabus of B. reports and business letters “ Courtland L Bovee 2005 Jaico Publiishing house Mumbai 2. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Text Books 1. “Techniques of writing memos . Issue 1.

(Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME21201 :: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Objectives: • Same as the theory course Unit I 2 assignments Unit II 2 assignments Unit III 2 assignments Unit IV 2 assignments Unit V 2 assignments Unit VI 2 assignments 20 Structure and Syllabus of B. dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’. Rev 0.E. Issue 1.

Rev 0. iii. in different positions (One Sheet). Engine mechanism by analytical method. 21 Structure and Syllabus of B. Unit II B. iv.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • To make the student understand the fundamentals of kinematics and dynamics of machines and mechanisms and various methods of mechanism analysis. velocity and acceleration analysis of a single Hooke’s joint. Problems on velocity analysis by the instantaneous center method (One Sheet). of which Two (02) must be Straight-Line mechanisms. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20203 :: KINEMATICS AND MECHANISMS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . C. List of Tutorials Unit I A. (Mech). Five (Half Imperial Size) drawing sheets containing graphical solutions as follows : 1. Problems on Inertia Force Analysis of I. 2.E. Computer programme for velocity and acceleration analysis of slider crank mechanism. • To introduce the student to various mechanisms commonly used in mechanical systems and their working and analysis. An experiment on finding radius of gyration of a body by using either the method of Bi-filler or Tri-filler suspension. • To introduce students to friction in mechanisms. Problems on drawing at least Four (04) typical mechanisms. Pattern ‘E11’. Computer programme for displacement. dated 28/07/2012 . 2. An experiment on finding radius of gyration of a connecting rod using theory of compound pendulum. Problems on Friction. Issue 1. 3. ii.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. A journal containing the record of the following: 1. Assignments : i.

E. David H. S. Problems on acceleration analysis (involving Coriolis component of acceleration) by acceleration polygon method (Two Sheets). John Uicker Jr. Amitabh Ghosh and A. Pattern ‘E11’. Myszka. Engine mechanism by graphical method (One Sheet). CBS Publications. Rattan. Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 3. L. dated 28/07/2012 . R. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication Reference Books 1. Shigley. Problems on inertia force analysis of an I. 4.C. K. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd. McGraw-Hill. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (Third edition)”. Asia. S. Oxford University Press. 22 Structure and Syllabus of B. (Mech). Text Books 1. Pennock and J.. Mallik. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis”. Norton. 4. 2. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Pearson Education.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Theory of Machines”. 3. Thomas Bevan. “Theory of Machines”. 2. Rev 0. Gordon R.E. “Design of Machinery”.

One assignment based on drawing the standard components like various Nuts. lathe tail stock. dated 28/07/2012 . Bolts. rivets etc) Unit V 23 Structure and Syllabus of B. Washers. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20305 :: MACHINE DRAWING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To make conversant with the machine element. threads. air valve. Locking pins etc. Rev 0. Pattern ‘E11’.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E. Programming for standard Machine Components. (Drawing different types of bolts. etc. Different Screws . Geometrical tolerances and Surface finish Unit IV Programming in Auto LISP a. Issue 1.(Nuts. • To Learn Computer Aided Drafting. Seals. safety valve etc (Any one component). List of Practical Unit I One assignment based on IS conventions. (Mech). Unit III Assignment involving Tolerances. Unit II Part and Assembly Drawing Part and Assembly Drawing of eccentric..) b. Draw and understand production Drawing. bolts. connecting rod. • To Learn Read. screw jack. Programmes involving Decision Making and looping.

3. General study of measuring instruments used for measuring the dimensions. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publications. Vice. Narayan. P.L. “Machine Drawing”. Pattern ‘E11’. 6. Narayana. K. One Full Imperial sheet of details and assembly of this assignment should be prepared on CAD. Holt Sounders International edition. Venkata Reddy. Kannaiah and K. “Design data”. Valves. CMTI. AutoCAD Reference Manual. Wiley Publication 3.E. New Age International Ltd. 2. 2. “Poduction Drawing”. “Westermann Tables for metal Trade”. D. IS Code: SP46 3. Auto LISP reference Manual. Application and working of the studied assembly. KannaiahandK.G. Ajit Singh. Auto LISP in Plain English.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.L. “Machine Tool Design handbook”. Qualitative observation of fits between different mating parts. P. New riders/Micro tech Asian edition. P. Issue 1.S. 2. 4. Dismantling and assembly sequence. Cooke and Robert N. “Iinside Auto CAD”. Head’ 24 Structure and Syllabus of B. Carburetor etc. David I. dated 28/07/2012 . New ages international Ltd. Assembly and Measurement of dimensions of a simple mechanical assembly like Tailstock. “Machine Drawing”. K. Coimbtore. 5. Rev 0. Tata McGraw Hill Publication. ‘George O. Venkata Raddy. McDongal. College of Technology. (Mech). “Engg. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering One assignment on Dismantling. Text Books 1. Rakers and H. Additional Reading 1. Use BOM A detailed report on the above assignment is to be submitted in the form of a journal. Rice. Graphics and design with computer applications”. Reference Books 1.

Issue 1. grey and nodular cast iron. Ltd. (Mech). Study and drawing of microstructures of white. 25 Structure and Syllabus of B. ELBS Publishing. Pune. Bundinski and M. alpha-beta brass. TMH publication. "Material science and metallurgy for Engineers". Rollason E. 9. "Metallurgy for Engineers". Hardening of steel. "Physical Metallurgy for Engineers". 4. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME21307 :: METALLURGY AND MATERIAL SCIENCE Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .study of effect of carbon on hardness of hardened steel. New.. K. malleable. New Delhi. "An introduction to physical metallurgy". Everest Publishing House.. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.Laboratory 2 Hr/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • List of Practical 1. Ltd. K.study of effect of temperature on hardness of tempered steel. eutectoid steel and hypereutectoid steel. 2. 8. Pattern ‘E11’. Clark and Varney W. Thomson series. D. Specimen preparation for micro examination. Kodgire V. 3. C. 2. Rev 0. tempered steel. Study and drawing of microstructures of alpha brass. East-West Press Pvt. G. Jominy Hardenability test on steel sample. Study and drawing of microstructures of mild steel.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. aluminum bronze. tin bronze and bearing metal. Askeland and Pradeep Phule. Reference Books 1. 2. “Engineering Materials”. medium carbon steel.E. Study and drawing of microstructures of hardened steel. R. Avner. Tempering of steels . 6. Study of change in microstructure on annealing and normalizing of tempered steel. Text Books 1.Delhi. 3. Bundinski.. dated 28/07/2012 . “The science of engineering materials”. 4. Donald R. 7. 5...

• To develop quality and safety consciousness amongst the students. etc. grooving. sand preparation. uses of different foundry tools. reaming. boring. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME24401 :: Mini Project Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Foundry Introduction. Issue 1. safety precautions.Students should wear safety apron and safety shoes during the practical. Practical: One composite job involving the above mentioned operations. safety precautions. (Mech). Pattern ‘E11’. Note: . threading. Demonstrations CNC machining: Demonstration on a CNC lathe machine Machine Part Assembly: Demonstration and exercise on assembly of machine parts in a group of students. mould preparation. etc. dated 28/07/2012 . • To develop respect towards labour work amongst the student.Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • To give ‘hands on experience’ of crafts-man ship. metal pouring. List of Practical Turning Introduction and demonstrations of different lathe operations such as knurling. Practical: One job of casting.. drilling.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. ME24301 :: WORKSHOP PRACTICE Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . and assembly.Practical 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisite : Nil Objectives: • To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving. machining. • To make students familiar with different Work Trades. Rev 0. 26 Structure and Syllabus of B.

BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E. Tata McGraw-Hill. Bawa. 5th Edition 1995 Reference Books 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Text Books 1. II”. Rev 0. Tata McGraw Hill. dated 28/07/2012 . HMT. (Mech). McGraw-Hill Inc. “Principles of Foundry Technology”. New Delhi 2. L. I. Issue 1. New Delhi. “Workshop Technology Vol. “Production Technology”. Tata McGraw-Hill New Delhi. Jain. Higgins.1995 27 Structure and Syllabus of B. 1st Edition 1987 2. Pattern ‘E11’. S. “Maintenance Engineering Handbook”. H. P. Lindley R.

Rev 0. Pattern ‘E11’. (Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E. dated 28/07/2012 . Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 MODULE IV Department of Mechanical Engineering 28 Structure and Syllabus of B.

Issue 1. (Mech). Pattern ‘E11’. Tutorial Practical 3 0 0 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 2 0 0 2 14 2 10 23 29 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. dated 28/07/2012 . Code S5 ME20102 S6 S7 S8 ME20104 ME20106 ME20108 T3 ME20202 T4 P3 P4 P5 MP4 ME20204 ME20306 ME20308 HS20307 ME24402 SD4 ME24302 HS25302 * GP4 HS25304 HS25306 CVV2 ME20402 ** OE3 ME26102 Subject Name Strength of Machine Elements Mechanical Design Thermal Engineering Fluid Mechanics Strength of Machine Elements Mechanical Design Thermal Engineering Fluid Mechanics General Seminar II Mini project Creativity and Project Development Energy Audit Comprehensive Viva Voce Institute Elective (Irrespective of Module) Electrical and Electronics Engineering Total Teaching Scheme (Hrs/ week) Credits Lect. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering STRUCTURE MODULE IV Subject Subject No. Rev 0.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.

T section. Stresses on oblique plane. Mohr’s circle for two dimensional state of stress. Principle stresses and maximum shear stresses. B. Concept of stress and strain. stress strain diagram for ductile and brittle material. strains.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Study to determine stresses. proof stress. moment of resistance and section modulus. Modulii of elasticity. Maximum and average shear stresses. Principle Strains 30 Structure and Syllabus of B. relationship between elastic constants. shear stress distribution diagram for common cross sections. Unit II Stresses in Beams (8 Hrs) Bending and Shear Stresses: A. Hooke’s law. Area center and moment of inertia of common cross sections (rectangular section. Unit I Simple Stress And Strain (8 Hrs) A. material strengths. types of stresses and strains. B. B. Theory of Simple Bending. Channel section. produced by the loads. maximum absolute shear stress. Shear connection between flange and web. Principle planes and planes of maximum shear.E. dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Flexure formula. Unit III Principal Stresses and Strains (8 Hrs) A. I section) with respect to centroidal and parallel axis. Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20102 :: STRENGTH OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Factor of safety. bending stress distribution. • To introduce students to design of simple machine parts. • To prepare theoretical foundation for subjects like Machine design and Stress analysis. Shear Stresses: Shear stress distribution. Rev 0. Poisson’s ratio. Pattern ‘E11’. Thermal stresses and strains. and displacements.

Harper and Row Publications Reference Books 1. B. Charotar Book Co 3. Pattern ‘E11’. S. strain energy due to self load.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Die casting alloys. CBS Publishers 2. Mechanical properties of Engineering Materials – creep. Johnson’s buckling load.E. dynamic and cyclic loads. Gere and Temoshenko.. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit IV Torsion in Circular Shafts. strains and deformations in solid and hollow shafts. BIS system of designation of steels. static. derivation and use of expressions for deformation of axially loaded members under gradual. stress concentration. Derivation of formulae for slopes and deflections for standard cases. Concept of strain energy. Plain carbon steels. and Mischke C. Singer and Pytel. Alloy steels. Slope and Deflection of Beam (10 Hrs) A. sudden. Unit V Strain Energy and Impact (6 Hrs) A. B. E. “Mechanical Engineering Design”. Fatigue failure and endurance limit. “Strength of Materials”. Overseas standards. Safe load on column. Popov. Introduction To Contact Stresses Text Books 1. Issue 1. “Mechanics of Structures Vol I”. slope and deflection of determinate beams. Prentice Hall Publishers 2. (Mech). bending and axial force on shafts. Rankine buckling load. Slope and Deflections of Beams Relation between bending moment and slope. P. Ramamrutham. Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company 3. Limitations of Euler’s formula. E. “Strength of Materials”. Concept of equivalent length for various end conditions. Axially Loaded Columns: Concept of buckling of columns. Double integration method (Macaulay method). weighted point method for material selection. Aluminum alloys. Stresses. Stresses due to combined torsion. free cutting steels. McGraw Hill Inc 31 Structure and Syllabus of B. Shigley J. and impact loads. derivation of torsion equation. Derivation of Euler’s formula for buckling load for column with hinged ends. “Mechanics of Material”. Junnarkar and Advi. selection of materials – Cast Iron. Rev 0. R. dated 28/07/2012 . “Introduction to Mechanics of Solids”. Cast steel.

Requisites of design engineer. Transmission shaft. Stresses in curved beams. Issue 1. Maximum shear stress Theory. Design Synthesis. Flat keys. dated 28/07/2012 . Keys and couplings (8 Hrs) A.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. code for shaft design. modes of Failure. Design of shaft on the basis of lateral rigidity – Castigliano’s theorem. Eccentric axial loading. (Mech). Creativity in design. Design of machine elements.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To know the design procedure of various machine elements • To know various design standards • To develop ability of static and dynamic analysis of structures Unit I Design Process (8 Hrs) A. B.E. Service factor. Use of standards in design. Design of Simple Machine parts: Factor of safety.E. sunk. Unit II Shafts. Shaft design on strength basis. Pattern ‘E11’. Design of Key. design of Hollow shaft on strength basis. Design of simple machine parts . design of Hollow shaft on torsional rigidity basis. Traditional design methods. Shaft design on torsional rigidity basis. Design of Flange Couplings. Basic procedure of Machine Design. Sources of Design data . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20104 :: MECHANICAL DESIGN Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . feather and Woodruff keys and Splines.M. Unit III Threaded joints (9 Hrs) 32 Structure and Syllabus of B. Selection of preferred sizes. B. Design of Square. A.Cotter joint. Design Process: Machine Design. Theories of failure: Maximum Normal stress Theory. saddle. Knuckle joint and Levers. Distortion Energy Theory.S. Rev 0.

Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Unit IV Welded Joints and Design for Fluctuating Loads (8 Hrs) A. . Helical torsion Spring. “Design of Machine Elements”. Multiple threaded screws. S. Design of cylinder bolts and turn buckle. Axially loaded unsymmetrical welded joint. (Mech). Design for finite and infinite life. Welded Joints: Stresses in butt and fillet welds. Eccentric load on circular base. Metric screw threads. Power screws: Forms of threads. Torque analysis with square. New Delhi. Terminology of Power screws. Design of helical springs. trapezoidal and Acme threads. Concentric helical springs. Purohit Kamlesh. Advantages and limitations of welded joints Butt and fillet welds. Design for Fluctuating Loads: Stress concentration – causes and remedies. Differential and compound Screws.. S Chand and Co.E. B. Torque requirement for bolt tightening. Pattern ‘E11’. B. 3. Design against Fluctuating Load. Basic types of screw fastenings-Cap screws and set screws. Recirculating Ball Screws. Reversed stresses. “A text book of Machine Design”. Design of Screw jack and C-Clamp.S. New Delhi 2. Bhandari V. Design of screw and Nut. Strength of butt parallel and transverse fillet welds. Solderberg and Goodman diagrams. Bolts under tension. Eccentric load in plane of welds. Issue 1. dated 28/07/2012 . and Gupta J. S. Shot peening. Rev 0. Nipping of leaf Springs. Modified Goodman diagram. B. Cumulative damage in fatigue failure. Types. Fluctuating stresses. B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Dimensions of standard fasteners. Endurance strength modifying factors. Surge in spring. Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Ltd. Collar friction torque.O. Text Books 1. Applications and materials of springs. Eccentric load perpendicular to axis of bolt. Ltd. Locking devices. I. Sharma C. New Delhi Reference Books 33 Structure and Syllabus of B. Eccentrically loaded bolted joint in shear. S-N curve. Efficiency of Self-Locking Screws. Bolts of uniform strength. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering A. K. Unit V Mechanical Springs (7 Hrs) A. Muti-leaf Spring. Fatigue failure.. Welded joint subjected to bending and torsional moments. Self locking screw. and Fatigue design of shaft under combined stresses. Notch sensitivity. Endurance limit. “Design of Machine Elements”. Khurmi R. Ltd. Style of ends. Efficiency of Square Threaded Screws. Stress and deflection equations for helical Springs. 3rd Edition.. springs in series and Parallel.

E. Issue 1. dated 28/07/2012 . R. and Mischke C. Spotts M. Shigley J. Prentice Hall Int 2. and Jaico Publications House 34 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0. Ltd.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. and Shoup T.E. . Kannaiah P. E. Pattern ‘E11’. Delhi 3. SCITECH Publication Pvt..Chennai Additional Reading 1. “Machine Components Design”. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. West Publishing Co. F.“Design of Machine Elements”. Orthwein.“Machine Design”. (Mech). Willium C. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 1. 6th Edition... Ltd. Co. “Mechanical Engineering Design”.

(Mech). Perpetual Motion Machine II. Equation of Static Specific Gas constant and Universal Gas constant. turbines. Refrigerator and Heat Pump. Gas Laws. Concept of internal energy. Application of steady flow energy equation to nozzles. Rev 0. compressors. Principle of conservation of Mass and Energy. Isothermal. Unit III Ideal Gas Properties and Processes (8 Hrs) Concept of Entropy. and heat exchangers. Macro and microscopic approach. Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20106 :: THEMAL ENGINEERING Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Unit IV Properties of Steam and Vapour Processes (8 Hrs) 35 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Carnot Cycle for heat engine. Equivalence of Kelvin-Plank statement and Clausius statement. Pattern ‘E11’. Adiabatic. Constant Pressure. flow energy and enthalpy.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To expose the students to fundamentals of Thermodynamics based on which Thermodynamic systems work/operate. Carnot theorem. Polytropic and Throttling Processes on P-V and T-S diagrams. Joules experiment. pumps. First law of thermodynamics. Ideal Gas definition. • Application of the said fundamentals in some of the Thermodynamic systems from the perspective of theoretical development supported by hands on experience. Constant Volume. Application of first law to flow and non-flow processes and cycles. Continuity equation. Clausius statement and Kelvin-Plank statement of Second Law of Thermodynamics. Specific heat. dated 28/07/2012 .E. Unit I First Law of Thermodynamics (8 Hrs) Reversible and Irreversible Processes. Unit II Second Law of Thermodynamics (8 Hrs) Limitations of First Law of Thermodynamics.

computation of work done. Introduction to Availability. work and heat transfer. change of properties. Use of compressed air. Rajput. Y Cengel and Boles. ELBS Longman 3. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Formation of steam. Dryness fraction and its determination. Properties of steam. mountings and accessories. Laxmi Publications. thermodynamic properties. “Thermodynamics and Heat Engines”. inters cooling and after cooling. isothermal efficiency. boiler draught). Study of steam calorimeters. condition for maximum efficiency. Issue 1. K.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Engineering Thermodynamics”. volumetric efficiency. study of P-V. classification. 3. Use of Steam Tables. constructional details of low pressure boilers.An Engineering Approach”. Vapour Power Cycles. surroundings and boundary. Unit V Reciprocating Air Compressor (8 Hrs) Single stage compressor: Computation of work done. Rayner Joel. Text Books 1. Multistage compressors: Need of multistage. Temperature and temperature scale. P. Classification. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2. Nag. Non-flow and Steady flow vapour processes. volumetric efficiency. R. Use of Mollier diagram. free air delivery. K. (Mech). Rev 0. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2. Kothandaraman and Domkundwar 36 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pattern ‘E11’. Unit VI Self Study Thermodynamic system. theoretical and actual indicator diagram. constructional details of single and multistage compressors. L. T-S and H-S diagrams for steam. “Thermal Engineering” Ballaney P.E. Phase changes.. “Thermal Engineering”. theoretical and actual indicator diagram. Performance of Boiler (equivalent evaporation. energy balance. Khanna Publishers Reference Books 1. “Thermodynamics. “Engineering Thermodynamics”. thermodynamic processes. boiler efficiencies.

Orifice meter. Separation of Boundary layers. (Mech). Unit III Momentum Equation (8 Hrs) 1-D momentum equation and its application to fixed and moving plates. vapor pressure.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Euler’s equation along a streamline. streak lines. Sp. Laminar and Turbulent boundary layers. dated 28/07/2012 . drag. stream lines. Density. potential flow. Bernoulli’s equation and its applications Pitot tube. Definition of turbulent flow.introduction to Navier-Stokes equation. Rev 0.E. Dynamic and kinematic viscosity. fixed parallel plates. compressibility. various aspects of fluid flow. velocity distribution. extension to 2-D. lift. Specific gravity. Unit I Fluid Kinematics (8 Hrs) Definition of fluid. velocity. total pressure. 37 Structure and Syllabus of B. weight. Unit IV Laminar Flow (8 Hrs) Definition. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20108 :: FLUID MECHANICS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Laminar flow through round pipe. flat and curved vanes. Moody’s chart. Dimensional Analysis. Issue 1. Unit V Turbulent flow (8 Hrs) Major and Minor losses in pipe flow.Dimensions of physical quantities. Relation between pressure and shear stress. Development of boundary layer on a flat plate. Important dimensionless numbers. Unit II Fluid Dynamics (8 Hrs) Continuity Equation. Venturimeter. Buckingham Pi Theorem. path lines. Pattern ‘E11’. Dimensional homogeneity. acceleration.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Students should learn in this subject the fundamental properties of fluids. Darcy-Weisbach equation.

transmission power through pipes. “Enginering Fluid Mechanics”. Modi and Seth. Kumar. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit VI Self Study Lift and Drag. Tata McGraw Hill. K. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”. “Hydraulics. Dhanpat Rai publishing Company Reference Books 1. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery”. New Delhi 2. (Mech). Standard Book House. “Engineering Fluid Mechanics”. Khanna Publishers 3. Roorkee 38 Structure and Syllabus of B. Text Books 1. Additional Reading 1. Eurasia Publishing House 2. L. Issue 1. “Problems in Fluid Mechanics”. New Delhi 2. New Delhi. A. Pattern ‘E11’.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. dated 28/07/2012 . K . Tata McGraw Hill. K. “Fluid Mechanics”. Garde and Mirajkar. Ramamrutham. Subramanyam. S. Rajput. Som and Biswas. R. Rev 0. Siphon. Pipes in series and pipes in parallel. “Fluid Mechanics”. “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”. “Hydraulics.Jain.Chand Publishers 3.E. Nem Chand and Brothers.

Charotar Book Co 3.. Assignment on selection of Factor of safety. 6. and displacements. “Strength of Materials”. Rev 0. Harper and Row Publications Reference Books 1. Assignment on Buckling of columns. Popov. “Introduction to Mechanics of Solids”. Assignment on Relationship between elastic constants. Assignment on properties of Engineering Materials. 3. Junnarkar and Advi. P. Pattern ‘E11’. R. dated 28/07/2012 . 8. Singer and Pytel. “Mechanical Engineering Design”.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • Study to determine stresses. E. “Mechanics of Structures Vol I”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20202 :: STRENGTH OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Prentice Hall Publishers 2. E. Assignment on contact stresses. 7. strains. Assignment on computation of Principle stress. and Mischke C. Issue 1. Shigley J.E. McGraw Hill Inc 39 Structure and Syllabus of B. • To introduce students to design of simple machine parts. (Mech). 5. produced by the loads. Assignment on Shear connection between flange and web. 2. Gere and Temoshenko. S. • To prepare theoretical foundation for subjects like Machine design and Stress analysis. Dhanpat Rai Publishing Company 3. Ramamrutham. Assignment on calculation of bending and shear stress. List of Tutorials 1. Text Books 1. CBS Publishers 2. 4. “Mechanics of Material”. “Strength of Materials”.

B.. (Mech). Design of Couplings 3. SCITECH Publication Pvt. “Design of Machine Elements”.E. dated 28/07/2012 . S Chand and Co. . Design of Cotter joint/ Knuckle Joint / Levers 2. F. “A text book of Machine Design”. New Delhi. Design of spring Tutorial assignments shall be completed and submitted as term work in the form of a journal. Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Ltd. and Shoup T. and Gupta J. Sharma C.“Design of Machine Elements”.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To know the design procedure of various machine elements • To know various design standards • To develop ability of static and dynamic analysis of structures List of Tutorials 1. R. 6th Edition. Ltd. Ltd.Chennai Additional Reading 1.. 3. “Mechanical Engineering Design”. Rev 0. . Kannaiah P.. “Machine Components Design”. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Khurmi R. Willium C. Prentice Hall of India Pvt. and Jaico Publications House 40 Structure and Syllabus of B. West Publishing Co. Ltd. Design of Screw Jack/ C-Clamp 4. Spotts M.“Machine Design”.. K. New Delhi 2. Issue 1.. S.. E. and Mischke C. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20204 :: MECHANICAL DESIGN Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 3rd Edition. Ltd. Bhandari V. S.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. E. Delhi 3. Orthwein. Shigley J. Text Books 1. Co. Purohit Kamlesh.“Design of Machine Elements”. Prentice Hall Int 2. New Delhi Reference Books 1.

3. “Engineering Thermodynamics”.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Y Cengel and Boles. Rayner Joel. L. 7. Determination of dryness fraction of steam using throttling calorimeter or throttling and separating calorimeter. K. Measurement of alternative fuel properties. K. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20306 :: THERMAL ENGINEERING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Issue 1. Energy balance of any one thermal system. Trial on boiler to determine boiler efficiency.. P. Trial on reciprocating air compressor. “Thermal Engineering” Ballaney P. Laxmi Publications. (Mech). 9. Nag. “Thermal Engineering”. 6. • Application of the said fundamentals in some of the Thermodynamic systems from the perspective of theoretical development supported by hands on experience. Rev 0. Khanna Publishers Reference Books 1.An Engineering Approach”. 11. dated 28/07/2012 . Study of Package boiler. List of Practical 1. 12. Text Books 1. “Thermodynamics and Heat Engines”. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2. Rajput. Tata McGraw Hill Publications 2. R. Determination of calorific value using gas calorimeter. Kothandaraman and Domkundwar 41 Structure and Syllabus of B. Trial for performance determination of Refrigerator and Heat pump. 2. Visit to any process/manufacturing industry which uses boiler and report thereof 10. 4. “Engineering Thermodynamics”.Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To expose the students to fundamentals of Thermodynamics based on which Thermodynamic systems work/operate. equivalent evaporation 8. 5. Pattern ‘E11’. Demonstration and study of boiler mountings and accessories. Trial on Flue gas analysis using gas analyzer. ELBS Longman 3. Determination of calorific value using Bomb calorimeter. “Thermodynamics.

BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Enginering Fluid Mechanics”. Issue 1. A. Measurement of major and Minor losses. K. 3. 5. Study of different Pressure measuring devices. Flow through Pipes. Standard Book House. Som and Biswas. 4. 2.Jain. “Fluid Mechanics”. Pattern ‘E11’. dated 28/07/2012 .E. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”.Laboratory 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Students should learn in this subject the fundamental properties of fluids. (Mech). List of Practical 1. 42 Structure and Syllabus of B. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machinery”. New Delhi. Dhanpat Rai publishing Company Reference Books 1. “Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Machines”. 7. Rev 0. Study of variation in viscosity with temperature of an oil. Khanna Publishers 3. “Hydraulics. 9. Verification of Impulse Momentum Equation 12. K . 8. Calibration of Venturimeter 6. Modi and Seth. Calibration of Notch 10. Eurasia Publishing House 2. L. Reynolds’s experiment. New Delhi 2. Impact of Jet Text Books 1. Flow net by Electrical Analogy Method. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME20308 :: FLUID MECHANICS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . various aspects of fluid flow. Tata McGraw Hill. Hale Shaw’s Apparatus 11. “Hydraulics. Kumar. Ramamrutham. Verification of Bernoulli’s Theorem.

BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Additional Reading 1. S. Garde and Mirajkar. Rev 0. Nem Chand and Brothers. Issue 1.E. Rajput. Roorkee 43 Structure and Syllabus of B. Subramanyam. K. “Problems in Fluid Mechanics”. New Delhi 2. “Fluid Mechanics”. R. dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech). Tata McGraw Hill. “Engineering Fluid Mechanics”.Chand Publishers 3. Pattern ‘E11’.

E. 6. • To improve reading. (Mech). dated 28/07/2012 . • To make the students confident and impressive in front of a group. • To guide the students with apt expressions in English language (both words and sentence construction). All other non participating must attend and can give suggestions. 4. Pattern ‘E11’. k. III. 3. “Speaking and writing for effective business communication “Francis Sounderaraj 2009 . Text Books 1.Theory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To improve pronunciation. No. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering FF No. 8. “Developing communication skills “ – Krishna Mohan and Meera Banerji . 11. • Mapping with PEOs: I. 12. delhi 3. 2008 Mcmilan Publishers Delhi 2. “Technical writing and professional communication for non native speakers of English “ – International edition 1991 – Thomas N Huckin & Leslie A Olsen – 44 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0. writing and listening skills. 1. II. n. 10. • To improve oral communication. 7. Each student will give minimum of two presentations per semester. : 654 HS20307 :: GENERAL SEMINAR II Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. p) List of Demonstration and Practical Sessions Sr. o. V : (j. Name of the Experiment Mode of Conduct Introductory Session Student activities in groups: Each st Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1 Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1st Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1st Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1st Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1st Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (1st Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (2nd Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (2nd Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (2nd Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (2nd Topic) Presentations by 4 – 5 students (2nd Topic) student must present any technical topic for 15 min followed by an evaluation by the teacher for 10 min using evaluation criterion. 9. Issue 1. Mcmilan Publishers India ltd. 5.

Technical communications . Cambridge university press Delhi 2. 4. Reference Books 1. “ Professional presentations “ Malcolm Goodale . “ Technical Report Writing Today “ – 8th edition ( Indian Adaptation 2004 Daniel G Roirdon .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Delhi 45 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 2nd edition Tata McGrawhill publishing company. Cambridge university press 2009 3.E. Delhi. “ Cambridge English for engineering “ Mark Ibbotson . Pattern ‘E11’. 2010 . dated 28/07/2012 . Rev 0. J Savitri – Cambridge University Press India Pvt ltd . Steven E Penley Biztantra publications New Delhi 4. (Mech).A practical approach 2007 “ – William Sanborn Pfeiffer & TVS Padmaja – 6th edition Dorling Kindersley ( India ) Pvt ltd . Issue 1. P Srihari . “ English for success “ E Sureshkumar .

BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.2 weeks Models of more involved components -2 weeks Making simple systems (assembly of components) – 2 weeks Complex systems . (Mech).Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: None Objectives: Prepare the students to develop creativity List of Practicals 1. 3. Developing Simple Models of components . 2.2 weeks Industrial Visit – 2 weeks 46 Structure and Syllabus of B.2 weeks Project Plan . Issue 1. 4.E. Rev 0. ME24302 :: CREATIVITY AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Pattern ‘E11’. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME24402 :: Mini Project Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 6. 5. dated 28/07/2012 .Practical 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisite : Nil Objectives: • To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving.

Pattern ‘E11’. (Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 MODULE V Department of Mechanical Engineering 47 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. Issue 1. Rev 0.

Code S1 S2 S3 S4 T1 T2 P1 P2 MP5 * PD1 CVV3 SM1 - Subject Name ME31101 Manufacturing Techniques ME30103 Design of Design Elements Metrology and Measurement ME31105 Techniques ME30107 Heat Transfer ME31201 Manufacturing Techniques ME30297 Design of Machine Elements(Tut) ME30298 Metrology and Measurement ME31305 Techniques ME30307 Heat Transfer ME34401 Mini Project Teaching Scheme (Hrs/ Credits week) Practi Lect.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. (Mech). Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering STRUCTURE MODULE V Subject Subject No. Tutorial cal 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 2 Institute Level IPR to Engineers ME33301 Design and Manufacturing ME33303 Specifications of Centrifugal Pumps for Reliability ME30403 Comprehensive Viva Voce 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 ME37301 Seminar 0 0 1 2 - 12 2 11 22 Total 48 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. Rev 0. dated 28/07/2012 .

Construction and working of Radial Drilling M/c. B. Pattern ‘E11’. Pattern. calculations of change Gears for threading operation. Merchant circle of forces. dated 28/07/2012 . Measurement of cutting forces and Power required. Pattern Materials. Working of Universal Dividing head. Taper turning methods. Introduction to Casting. Special moulding and casting processes. Types of Machining operations. Rev 0. Continuous casting. Introduction to machining. B. Mechanization of moulding procedure. Centrifugal casting. Sand molding procedure. feed and depth of cut and its effect on cutting forces. Investment Casting B. Concept of speed. Cutting fluids Unit III Casting (8 Hrs) A. Tool life and Tool cost. Tail stock construction and working. Operations performed on Lathe. Design of Single point and form tools. Squeeze m/c. Twist drill geometry. simple. Jolt m/c. Drilling Machine and milling Machine. Shell moulding. Design of Gating System. Unit IV (10 Hrs) 49 Structure and Syllabus of B. Cores. calculations of Machining time.E. Unit II Theory of Metal Cutting (6 Hrs) A. Machinability. Types of Patterns.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Construction and working of Lathe. (Mech). compound and differential indexing.Die casting. Concept of cutting speed. Back Gear Mechanism. Issue 1. Functions of different parts. Cutting tool geometry.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: To learn the various manufacturing methods Unit I Machining Processes (8 Hrs) A. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME31101 :: MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Pattern allowances. Indexing in milling m/c. Feed. Estimation of cutting forces. Construction and working of Sensitive Drilling M/c. core prints.

types. Hajara Choudhari. Hot spinning process. II”. Definitions. Bending operation. Wire Drawing process. “Materials and Processes in manufacturing”. TIG. Types of Rolling Mills. Bending operation. ELBS Publishers Reference Books 1. elements. dated 28/07/2012 . B. A case study on Jigs and Fixtures One industrial visit to at least one manufacturing Industry pertaining to contents of the subject is essential. “Production Technology”.. Press forging. Issue 1. A. Notching. Edge preparation. MIG B. III”. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co 3. Hot Rolling and Cold Rolling. Notching operations. Types of Dies.E. Punch and Die Clearance. Perforating. HMT. Classification of Welding process. Jain. Khanna Publishers 2. Asia Publishing House 3. “Elements of Workshop Technology Vol I. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Working of Metals A. P. Drawing. Rev 0. “Workshop Technology Vol I. Extrusion. Gas. Hot spinning process. Embossing. Die forging. Introduction to locators and clamping – basic principles.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Hot working. Black and Kosherth. Blanking. Chapman W. (Mech). Perforating. Embossing. Pattern ‘E11’. Submerged arc welding. Wire Drawing process. Coining. K. Khanna Publishers 2. Types of welding : Resistance. basic principles. Welding. Fundamentals of Welding. J. Electric Arc. Students have to submit visit report of the same. “Production Technology”. Bose S. 8th Edition Prentice Hall of India 50 Structure and Syllabus of B. Coining. II. Unit V Jigs and Fixtures (8 Hrs) A. Sheet metal operations: Punching. R. “Production Technology”. Text Books 1. Degarmo. K. Introduction. Types of jigs and fixtures. Cold working processes.. Forging. Sharma. Extrusion. C.

Design of straight tooth bevel gears. Number of teeth and face width. Torque transmitting capacities and design of single-plate. Estimation of dynamic load by velocity factor and Buckingham’s equation. 51 Structure and Syllabus of B. Velocity factor. Methods of gear lubrication. Unit III Friction Clutches and Brakes (9 Hrs) A. Brakes: Energy absorbed by brake. Constructional details of gear wheel. Force analysis. Standard systems of gear tooth. Effective load. Dynamic tooth load by Velocity factor and Buckingham’s equation. Block brake. Temperature rise in brake operation. Types of failures in bevel gears. Introduction to spiral bevel gears and hypoid gears and comparison with straight tooth bevel gears. Beam and wear strengths. Selection of types of gears. Force analysis. Bearing reactions. Band Brake. Bevel Gears: Straight tooth bevel gear terminology and geometric relationship. Introduction to addendum modification and its advantages. dated 28/07/2012 . Service factor.E. Pattern ‘E11’. (Mech). Types of gear tooth failure. Classification and selection of friction clutches. Desirable properties and selection of gear material. Wear strength (Buckingham’s) equation. Load concentration factor. Beam strength (Lewis) equation. Formative number of teeth. Force analysis. Issue 1. Estimation of dynamic tooth load by velocity factor and Buckingham’s equation. Unit II Helical and Bevel Gears (9 Hrs) A. B. Effective load on gear tooth. Virtual no of teeth. Internal expanding shoe brake.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: To obtain the knowledge of design methodology Unit I Spur Gears (8 Hrs) A. Design criteria of bevel gears. Helical Gears: Transverse and normal module. Classification of gears. B. Effective load on gear. Beam and wear strengths. Rev 0. Selection of materials for bevel gears. Cone and Centrifugal clutches. multi-plate. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30103 :: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Lubrication and mounting of bevel gears. Design of helical gears.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Estimation of module based on beam and wear strength.

condition for maximum power. Bearing with probability of survival other than 90%. limitations and selection criteria. their advantages. and Mischke C.E. Stresses in wire rope. Raimondi and Boyd method. Construction of wire ropes. Bearing failure causes and remedies. Rolling contact bearings Types of rolling contact Bearings... Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Ltd. Sharma C. Rope drum construction and design. and Gupta J. 6th Edition. SCITECH Publication Pvt. Chain and Rope drives (6 Hrs) A. Design of Disk brake. Types of lubricants . . Concept of temperature rise in clutch operation. Bearing materials. Selection of wire ropes. “Mechanical Engineering Design”. Ltd. Selection of bearing life. Delhi 3. power rating of roller chains. Design for cyclic loads and speed. dated 28/07/2012 . Belt tensioning methods Chain drives. Ltd. belt construction. Types of friction materials. Bearing design – selection of parameters. Rope drives. Static and dynamic load carrying capacities. sprocket wheel. F. Shigley J. 3. Comparison of rolling and sliding contact bearing Hydrostatic Bearing: Viscous flow through rectangular slot. energy losses in hydrostatic bearing. Types of belts. silent chain. chain lubrication. Load-life relationship. Rev 0. Issue 1. hydrostatic step bearing. Equivalent bearing load. Khurmi R. geometric relationships. Pattern ‘E11’. S Chand and Co. temperature rise. analysis of belt tensions. Ltd. (Mech).. B. B. polygonal effect in Chains. Bhandari V. E. Ltd. Text Books 1. Taper roller bearing. and Shoup T. Sliding Contact Bearing Hydrodynamic journal bearing: Reynold’s equation. Geometric relationships.. Stribeck’s equation. Purohit Kamlesh. Unit VI Rolling and Sliding Contact Bearing (8 Hrs) A. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering B. New Delhi. “Design of Machine Elements”. roller chain.. . Lay of wire ropes.Chennai 52 Structure and Syllabus of B. Prentice Hall Int 2.. B. Constructional details of bearing. Kannaiah P. New Delhi Reference Books 1. and design of chain drive. Unit IV Belts .“Machine Design”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Co. Prentice Hall of India Pvt.“Design of Machine Elements”. characteristics of belt drives. “Design of Machine Elements”. S. 3rd Edition. R. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. “A text book of Machine Design”. New Delhi 2. S. E. K. Spotts M.

Willium C.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Additional Reading 2. and Jaico Publications House 53 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pattern ‘E11’. Issue 1. “Machine Components Design”. Rev 0.E. (Mech). Orthwein. dated 28/07/2012 . West Publishing Co.

Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: Unit I Introduction (6 Hrs) A. B. Screw Thread Metrology: External Screw Thread terminology. Measurement of Major. Grades of Roughness. Meaning of RMS and CLA values. Tools used in TQM. Issue 1. NPL Flatness Interferometer. Kaizen. OC curves. Pitch and flank Measurement of External Screw Thread. Classification and characteristics of transducers. Types of Errors. Steps involved in TQM. dated 28/07/2012 . Flatness testing by interferometry. Taylor. sensitivity. Application of Tool Maker's Microscope. Unit III Quality Control (8 Hrs) A. Quality of Design. Errors. Floating Carriage Instruments. Quality of Service Statistical Quality Control: Manufacturing Variability. Angle Décor. Meaning of Quality. Control Charts. Line Standard. End Standard. magnification. flow and temperature. Calibration. Quality of Conformance. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME31105 :: METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Accuracy. Wavelength Standard B. R chart and XMR Chart) Sampling Inspection. Pattern ‘E11’. Tomlinson's Surface Meter. (Mech). minor and Effective diameter Interferometry: Introduction. Quality of Performance. TQM.Hobson Surface Meter. 54 Structure and Syllabus of B.attributes and Variables (X bar. Rev 0. Uncertainty. Sources of errors. Use of Profile Projector. Meaning of Metrology. Precision. Auto Collimator Unit II Surface Finish Measurement (8 Hrs) A. Surface Finish Measurement: Surface Texture. B. Six sigma approach Unit IV Sensors and Transducers (10 Hrs) A.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E. Sine Bar. Slip gauges. transducers for measurement of pressure. Specifications.

temperature compensation. B. types. closed loop control systems. Torque measurement. Pitman Publication 3. Gupta. Narosa Publication. C.E. Text Books 1. “Engineering Metrology”. “A Text book of Engineering Metrology”. Kearenworth 3. S. Thermocouples. Methods of Force measurement. pyrometers. “Measurement Systems”. Khanna Publication. Jain. time interval and pulse width measurement.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. L. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Temperature measurement: RTD. Frequency. On-Off control and their applications. Reference Books 1. Sharp. E. B. Comparison of Digital Instruments with Analogue Measurement. 2. R. period. “Mechanical Measurements”. B. K. Buck and Marangon. dated 28/07/2012 . I. (Mech). Open loop. E. feed back and feed forward control systems. theory. and load cells. Optical sensors. Pattern ‘E11’. Level measurement. strain gauge circuits. Guarding techniques. optical encoders – translational and rotary. Unit V (8 Hrs) Miscellaneous Measurements A. strain measurement – strain gauges. Grant and R. Vibration measurement using Accelerometers. Displacement and position sensors: LVDT. Rev 0. Issue 1. Doebelin. Beckwith. accuracy in DVM. Control Systems: Transfer functions. O. W. automation in Voltmeters. Dhanpat Rai and Sons 2. McGraw Hill Publication 55 Structure and Syllabus of B. K. acoustic sensors. “Practical Engineering Metrology”. Digital Voltmeters and Multimeters. “Statistical Quality Control”.

cylinder and sphere. Derivation of differential equation for fins with constant cross section with different boundary conditions. principles of heat exchangers. Pattern ‘E11’. Biot and Fourier numbers. heat conduction through a composite slab. Unit III Extended Surfaces (8 Hrs) Fins of different shapes. Error in the measurement of temperature in a thermo-well. Rev 0. Analogy between heat flow and electricity. One dimensional steady state heat conduction with heat generation: Conduction heat transfer through plane wall. Non metallic solids. Unsteady state Heat Conduction: Approximate solutions. Effectiveness and efficiency of a fin. Three dimensional heat conduction equation in Cartesian coordinate for anisotropic material for unsteady state condition. Newton’s law of cooling. Issue 1. solid cylinder. Laplace equation and Poisson’s equation.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To learn basic modes of heat transfer. Fourier’s law of heat conduction. dated 28/07/2012 . Critical radius of insulation. Criteria for neglecting internal temperature gradient. Practical problems involving heat generation. extended surfaces etc. Significance of thermal conductivity.E. thermal contact resistance and economic thickness of insulation. Unit II One dimensional steady state heat conduction (8 Hrs) One dimensional steady state heat conduction through a plane wall. Modes of heat transfer. System with negligible internal resistance. Unit I Introduction (8 Hrs) Applications of heat transfer in engineering field. (Mech). hollow cylinder and sphere with heat generation. cylindrical wall and sphere. Transient temperature charts. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30107 :: HEAT TRANSFER Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . gases and liquids. overall heat transfer coefficient. and reduction to Fourier equation. Variable thermal conductivity (One-dimensional problems). Analytical solutions. Variation in thermal conductivity with temperature for metals. Stefan-Boltzmann’s law of radiation. 56 Structure and Syllabus of B.

2004. Sachdeva R. Rev 0. Classifications of heat exchangers. Prandtl number.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Wiley Eastern Limited. “Heat Transfer. Concept of hydraulic diameter. Irradiation. Stanton number. Unit V Heat Exchanger Characteristics and Thermal Radiation (8 Hrs) Heat Exchanger Characteristics: LMTD and Effectiveness-NTU methods to study performance of heat exchangers. 3rd Edition 1988. (Mech). “Fundamentals of Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer”. Issue 1. Text Books 4. Heat exchange between non-black bodies and Heat exchange between two infinitely parallel planes. vertical plate and cylinder. P. Physical significance of the dimensionless parameters. electrical network method of solving problems. J. Introduction to hydrodynamic and thermal boundary layer. Compact heat exchanger. 9th edition.. Laminar and turbulent flow over and inside a surface. McGraw Hill. Convective heat transfer coefficients and their order of magnitude. Nusselt number. Reynolds number. Radiation shape factor. cylinders and spheres. radiosity. dated 28/07/2012 . “Heat Transfer”. Forced convection: Empirical correlation’s for heat transfer in laminar and turbulent flow over a flat plate and in a circular pipe. 6. Empirical correlations for free convection heat transfer over horizontal plate. Holman. Dimensional analysis of free and forced convection. I edition. Natural convection: Physical mechanism.. Concept of thermal resistance and conductance. use of shape factor charts. 1985. Ozisik M. and solar radiation.types and its applications. Gas radiation. Radiation shields. 5. Thermal Radiation: Heat exchange by radiation between two finite black surfaces. Pattern ‘E11’. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit IV Convection (8 Hrs) Mechanism of convection. Classification of convection. Three dimensional heat conduction equation in cylindrical and spherical co-ordinates. Rayleigh number. Grashoff number.E. 57 Structure and Syllabus of B. McGraw Hill. C. Unit VI Self Study Thermal diffusivity. Heat sinks. N. Definitions.A Basic Approach”.

Gupta and Prakash. 1989. Frank P.. P. Nemchand and Brothers. Orient Longmans Ltd. dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’. Wiley.E. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference Books 1.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Incropera and David P. New Delhi. 3. Rev 0. “A text book on Heat Transfer” Sukhatme S. 58 Structure and Syllabus of B. (Mech). “Engineering Heat Transfer”. Issue 1. “Fundamentals of Heat Transfer”.. 3rd Edition. Eastern Limited 2. De Witt.

E.. 5. Process charts of different mechanical components Text Books 1. II”. 8th Edition Prentice Hall of India 59 Structure and Syllabus of B. Study of tool angles and their functions 4. Jain. Chapman W. Issue 1. (Mech). “Production Technology”. “Elements of Workshop Technology Vol I. Problems on Calculation of Machining Time on Lathe and Drilling Machine. List of Tutorials (Assignments) 1. “Workshop Technology Vol I.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Production Technology”. K. Black and Kosherth. Problem solving on Taper Turning and Threading operations on Lathe 2. Report of an Industrial visit. C. III”. 12. 11. Hajara Choudhari. HMT. K. 7.. J. Design of Drawing Die. Degarmo. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME31201 :: MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To give students ‘hands on experience’ of craftsmanship and machining. Rev 0. Bose S. Design of Bending Die. 10. Design of a ‘Drill Jig’ 9. 6. Pattern ‘E11’. Discussions on more practical examples on Jigs and Fixtures. Asia Publishing House 3. P. Khanna Publishers 2. R. A. 8. Design of Blanking Die. Problems on Merchant Circle of Forces. Design of a Milling Fixture. Sharma. 3. II. ELBS Publishers Reference Books 1. Khanna Publishers 2. “Materials and Processes in manufacturing”. “Production Technology”. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co 3. dated 28/07/2012 .

Issue 1. E. Coimbatore 4. Spott M.“Design Data”.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: List of Tutorials 1. Willium C. (Mech). McGraw Hill Book Co. West Publishing Co. Holowenko A. Practical assignment on selection of flat / Vee Belt from manufacturer’s catalog.. Rev 0. H. Practical assignment on selection of rolling contact bearing from manufacturer’s catalog. “Theory and Problems of Machine Design”.G. and Shoup T. Orthwein. Bhandari V. R. Pattern ‘E11’. P.“Machine Components Design”. and Jaico Publications House 3.. “Design of Machine elements”. (2 turns) 2. Schaum’s Outline Series 60 Structure and Syllabus of B.“Machine Design”. S. College of Technology. F. Tata McGraw Hill Publication Co Ltd 2.G. and Laughlin H.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. dated 28/07/2012 ..S. “ONE” design project: The design project shall consist of two imperial size sheets – one involving assembly drawing with a part list and overall dimensions and the other sheet involving drawing of individual components. “Design of Machine Elements”. and O. Hall A. Design projects should include selection of prime mover and design of mechanical systems comprising of machine elements: i) spur gears and or helical gears OR ii) friction clutches or brakes. B. Inc 2. Manufacturing tolerances. Black P. Prentice Hall International Reference Books 1. A design report giving all necessary calculations of the design of the components and assembly should be submitted in a separate file. surface finish symbols and geometric tolerances should be specified so as to make it working drawing. (8 turns) Text Books 1.E. Eugene Adams. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30203 :: DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . (2 turns) 3.

Calibration of instrument using Calibration setup. dated 28/07/2012 . Calibration of Bourdon pressure gauge 14. flatness. Measurement of Optical surface using Interferometer. Measurement of straightness. 8. Study and Experiment on any type Comparator. Sharp. Rev 0. Khanna Publication. 2. Measurement of the Surface roughness. Measurement of Gear tooth thickness using Gear tooth Vernier caliper and Span Micrometer. “Practical Engineering Metrology”. Pitman Publication 61 Structure and Syllabus of B. 12. 5. C) Industrial Visit: . Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME31305 :: METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Measurement of Screw thread parameters using Floating Carriage Micrometer. 1-4 are compulsory) 1. (Mech). 4.Laboratory 2 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: List of Practical *The Term work should be in the form of Journal consisting of following three sections: A) Experiments: (Any TWELVE of the following. R. Pattern ‘E11’.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.A Report on Industrial visit to Metrology Department. K. K. Alignment Test on Lathe/ Drilling! Milling Machine 11. Jain. “Engineering Metrology”. Calibration of Thermocouple 13. 10. 7.E. Text Books 1. 6. 9. 2. Study and Experiment on Profile Projector. Experiment to measure Process Capability using Statistical Process Control. W. Calibration of Rotameter B) Assignments: Any Three Assignments Based on Quality Control Syllabus. B. Measurement of angle by sine bar / Sine center. 3. roundness.

“Measurement Systems”. Buck and Marangon. (Mech). Narosa Publication. Rev 0. Pattern ‘E11’. Doebelin. McGraw Hill Publication 62 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 3. O. Gupta. Kearenworth 3. E. dated 28/07/2012 . “A Text book of Engineering Metrology”. Grant and R. I. Dhanpat Rai and Sons 2. “Mechanical Measurements”. E. Beckwith. Issue 1.E. S. Reference Books 1. C. L. “Statistical Quality Control”.

dated 28/07/2012 . Performance of a parallel and counter flow heat exchanger.E. Natural convection heat transfer from a heated vertical cylinder. Determination of emissivity of a metal surface. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30307 :: HEAT TRANSFER Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 6. Determination of Stefan-Boltzmann constant. Pattern ‘E11’. Temperature distribution along the length of a fin and determination of fin effectiveness and fin efficiency. 3. 10. (Mech). 9. Heat transfer in forced convection for internal flow in a pipe. Temperature distribution through a composite wall. Estimation of thermal resistance and thermal conductivity • Estimation of equivalent thermal resistance in a circuit and temperature distribution • Applications of fins and determination of thermal performance parameters in addition to temperature distribution • Fundamentals of convection heat transfer and determination of heat transfer coefficient • Determination of heat transfer coefficient for various Reynolds numbers • Fundamentals of radiation heat transfer determination of emissivity • Application and validation of Stefan-Boltzmann law • Fundamentals of heat exchangers and determination of thermal performance parameters. Issue 1. Determination of thermal conductivity of insulating powder 2.Laboratory 2 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Fundamentals of conduction.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 8. Rev 0. List of Practical 1. 5. Determination of critical Heat Flux 63 Structure and Syllabus of B. 4. Validation of Dittus-Boelter Equation 7.

Pattern ‘E11’. 3. “Heat Transfer”.. 2004. 9th edition. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Text Books 1. P. McGraw Hill. ME34401 :: Mini Project Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .. N. McGraw Hill. “A text book on Heat Transfer” Sukhatme S.E. I edition.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Sachdeva R. Orient Longmans Ltd. Reference Books 1.A Basic Approach”. Additional Reading 1. 3. 1989. Holman. 3rd Edition. C. “Heat and Mass Transfer”. Issue 1.. P. (Mech). Incropera and David P. 1985.Practical 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisite : Nil Objectives: • To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving. 64 Structure and Syllabus of B.. “Fundamentals of Heat Transfer”. Nag P. Nemchand and Brothers. Ozisik M. 2. “Engineering Heat Transfer”. “Fundamentals of Engineering Heat and Mass Transfer”. Rev 0. 3rd Edition 1988.. Frank P. K. Eastern Limited 2. Wiley. J. dated 28/07/2012 . Wiley Eastern Limited. “Heat Transfer. De Witt. New Delhi. Gupta and Prakash. McGraw Hill.

Pattern ‘E11’.E. dated 28/07/2012 .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Issue 1. (Mech). Pune – 411 037 MODULE VI Department of Mechanical Engineering 65 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0.

Rev 0. (Mech). Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering STRUCTURE MODULE VI Subject Subject No.C Engines (Tut) 0 1 0 1 P3 ME30306 0 0 2 1 P4 ME30308 0 0 2 1 * PD2 ME33302 ME33304 ME30404 ME37302 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 2 12 2 7 20 S7 S8 CVV4 PS1 ME30106 Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering Computational Methods in Mechanical Engineering Institute Level Technology Commercialization Clean Energy Technology Comprehensive Viva Voce Project Stage I Total 66 Structure and Syllabus of B. Issue 1.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. Code Subject Name S5 ME30102 Theory of Machines S6 ME 30104 Internal Combustion Engines Teaching Scheme (Hrs/week) Credits Tutori Practi Lect. dated 28/07/2012 . al cal 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 T3 Fluid Machinery and Fluid Power Engineering Computational Methods in ME30108 Mechanical Engineering ME30202 Theory of Machines 0 1 0 1 T4 ME30204 I.E.

Fly press etc. Flywheels for engines and Punching machines. Determination of cam profiles for given follower motions. tangent cam. dated 28/07/2012 . Kinematically equivalent system.circular arc cam. contact ratio. Issue 1. Sensitivity and stability of governors. Flywheel Dimensions. conjugate action. shaft angle. B. Hunting. Unit III Spur Gears (10 Hrs) A. Torque transmitted by helical gears on parallel shafts. Virtual number of teeth. Efficiency of spiral gears. Coefficient of insensitivity. eccentric cam.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: Unit I Flywheels and Governors (8 Hrs) A. arc of contact. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30102 :: THEORY OF MACHINES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Unit II Cams and Followers (10 Hrs) A. Effort and Power. Bevel Gears. Other Types of Gears Helical Gears: Normal and transverse module. involute and cycloidal profile. Applications of traditional and modern Governors. (Mech). Standard proportions Spiral Gears.Spiral angle. Fluctuation of energy. Analysis of standard motions to the follower. Isochronism. path of contact. Jump phenomenon. interference.E. Types of cams and followers. 67 Structure and Syllabus of B. Geometry. B. Spur Gears-terminology of gearing. Analysis of cams with specified contours.Classification of gears. Rev 0. undercutting. Gears. Centrifugal Governors. Pattern ‘E11’. Turning moment Diagrams for a four stroke Cycle single and Multi cylinder Internal combustion engine. Controlling force. Coefficient of fluctuation of energy. Basic Rack. Introduction to Advanced cam curves. Load type and Spring loaded type.

Issue 1. “Theory of Machines”. “Theory of Machines” Thomas Bevan. Holding torque. Rattan. S. Structural error. Frudenstein’s theorem Text Books 1. 68 Structure and Syllabus of B. Function Generation. Analytical. L. Oxford University Press 2. synchromesh. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Shigley. Gordon R. CBS Publications. internal gears. Torque transmitted. Pennock and J. Norton McGraw-Hill 3. Pattern ‘E11’. Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd.. R. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Worm and worm gears and Bevel Gears: Terminology. Amitabh Ghosh and A. Tooth load. Khanna Publication Reference Books 1. cyclo drives.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Type. S. Typical industrial gearboxes like constant mesh. torque transmitted. Rev 0. “Theory of Machines”. Algebraic methods of Gear Train Problem Solving Gearboxes. Types of gear trains. Unit IV Gear trains (8Hrs) A. Two and three-position synthesis of four-bar and slider-crank mechanisms for function generation and rigid body guidance using the Pole method. Velocity ratio. E. positively infinitely variable speed drives. 3rd Edition. applications and tooth forces. differential gearbox. John Uicker. dated 28/07/2012 . Accuracy (Precision) points. Jr. geometrical relationships. Tabular method of problem solving B. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication 3. harmonic drives. K. Mallik. S. “Design of Machinery”. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Khurmi. B. Path Generation and Rigid Body Guidance. Graphical. Number and Dimensional Synthesis. Methods to avoid interference and undercutting Rack shift. (Mech). Effect of center distance variation. 2. Unit V Introduction to Synthesis of Linkages (4Hrs) A. Chebychev spacing of accuracy points. B. R. friction between gear teeth.

I. Carter and S. Construction and working of Bosch fuel injection pump and fuel injector. 69 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0. I. • To know some modern trends in the Engines. Pattern ‘E11’.Importance. Types. Engine classification. • To acquire the knowledge about the engine pollutant and its measurement. Engines: (8 Hrs) Fuel Supply Systems for S. • To study the Engine systems.Fuel-air cycles . Automobile carburetors Solex. Advantage over mechanical contact breaker point system.. Types of nozzles. Port timing diagrams.Effect of operating variables on performance. Unit II Fuel Supply Systems for S. and Distributor type injection system.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: : Nil Objectives: • To study basics of Internal Combustion Engine. Common rail injection system. dated 28/07/2012 . Unit III Engine Systems (8 Hrs) Ignition System: Battery ignition system. Otto. MPFI system. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30104 :: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Fuel Supply Systems for C. Working of four stroke and two stroke engines. Unit I Introduction: (8 Hrs) Engine components.Valve timing diagrams. I. Electronic ignition system. Carburetor.C.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. and C. Simple carburetor. I. Types of carburetors. Basic engine nomenclature. Engines: Requirements. • To understand the calculations to determine the engine performance. • To study the IC engine combustion fundamentals. Theory of simple carburetor. Mixture requirements. Engines: Carburetion. Issue 1. U. Diesel and Dual cycles. (Mech). Effect of variable specific heat and dissociation .E. I. Magneto ignition system.Comparison of Otto. Actual cycles. Diesel and Dual cycles.Assumptions.Engine Cycles: Air standard cycles. Petrol injection.

Combustion in C. Quantity governing. Pvt.I. Effects of engine variables on detonation. L. Turbo charging: Objectives of supercharging and Turbo charging. Turbo charging of S. Unit IV Testing and Performance of I. Limitations. Dry sump lubrication. M. Engines: Stages of combustion.I. Abnormal combustion. Tata McGraw-Hill 70 Structure and Syllabus of B. Yadav.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. Laxmi publications Pvt. Unit VI Self Study Pollutants from S. I. Determination of brake power. Unit V Combustion in S. “Internal Combustion Engines”. Effect of engine variables on Ignition lag and flame propagation.I. “Internal Combustion Engines” R. indicated power.Air cooling. Engines (8 Hrs) Combustion in S.I. I. P. overcooling and under cooling. Types . K. “International combustion Engines”. “A Course in Internal Combustion Engines”. Determination of mean effective pressure. Pollution control methods. engines and its measurement. 3. Pollutants from C. engines and its measurement. “Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals”. Stages of combustion. Central Book Depot. Dhanpat Rai and Co. Hybrid Vehicles.E. and C. Mathur and R. Rajput R.Mist lubrication system. air-fuel ratio. Energy Balance. Performance characteristics. Ltd. engines. Governing System: Quality governing. Types. Effects of turbo charging on performance of engine. Engines: Ignition limits. 2. volumetric efficiency. Combustion chambers for C. Heywood. friction power. Allahabad 2. mechanical efficiency. DetonationTheories. Rev 0. Issue 1. Sharma. Ltd. Exhaust system: Components of Exhaust system and its functions. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Engine Cooling System: Necessity of engine cooling. Ganesan. Engine (8 Hrs) Determination of fuel consumption. engines. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Effect of engine variables on delay period. Water cooling Lubrication System: Functions of lubrication system. Controlling measures. V. Diesel knock and its control. Wet sump Lubrication. Engines and its limitations.Methods. (Mech). I. Determination of brake thermal efficiency. Oil filters. I. Turbo charging. Surface ignition Combustion chambers for S.. Reference Books 1.I. dated 28/07/2012 . C. air consumption. Text Books 1.

Srinivasan. dated 28/07/2012 . Dhanpat Rai and Co. Pvt.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 3. “Internal Combustion Engines”.E. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Publishing Company Ltd. Rev 0. Ltd. Pattern ‘E11’. “Automotive Engines”. (Mech). Issue 1. 71 Structure and Syllabus of B. Additional Reading 1. Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Domkundwar and Domkundwar.

Unit V (8 Hrs) 72 Structure and Syllabus of B. design procedure. Unit I Axial and Centrifugal Compressors and Pumps (8 Hrs) Introduction. Various efficiencies. and Direction Control Valves. Impulse stage in steam turbines. Pattern ‘E11’. Issue 1. Work done and Efficiencies of Reaction Turbines. Work done and Efficiencies of Pelton Turbines. Centrifugal head. Kaplan and Francis turbines. Rev 0. Pressure Control Valves. dated 28/07/2012 . losses.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30106 :: FLUID MACHINERY AND FLUID POWER ENGINEERING Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Unit III Reaction Turbines (8 Hrs) Degree of reaction. Construction of Gear Pumps. Vane Pumps. application of different Hydraulic and Pneumatic circuits. Flow Control Valves. Applications. advantages. Principle of working. Unit IV Source of Power and Fluid Power Control (8 Hrs) Fluid Power Systems.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Students should learn in this subject the working principles and construction of different rotating fluid machinery. (Mech). losses. axial and centrifugal machines. Velocity Triangles and their analysis. work done.E. gas turbines. efficiency. Necessity of Fluid control. Unit II Impulse Turbines (8 Hrs) Pelton turbine.

Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Industrial Circuits and System Design Actuators types.Tata McGraw Hill “Industrial Hydraulics”. Valves.. Synchronizing.. McGraw Hill 73 Structure and Syllabus of B. Prentice Hall 3. “Hydraulic Machines”. J. “A treatise on Turbomachines”. Selection of different Components such as Reservoir.. Pease D. “Theory of Hydraulic Machinery”. Actuators. Simple Circuits (Regeneration. “Basic Fluid Power”. “Hydraulics. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Delhi. Delhi 2. Accumulators types. Karassic. 4. Governing Mechanisms. fail safe. New Delhi 2. P. Pumps. Metropolitan Book Co. Types of Cylinders. Standard Book House. Main and Operating Characteristics. Pipenger J.. Vasandani V. Khanna Publishers. Issue 1. unloading. (Mech). actuator locking circuit) Design of Hydraulic circuit for practical application. 3.. Prithviraj D. Vickers Manual on Industrial Hydraulics Additional Reading 1. Esposito A. Speed Control. design procedure and applications. A. Rev 0. “Hand Book of Pumps”. Text Books 1. 2. Sequencing. Scitech Publications Reference Books 1. Tata McGraw Hill Ltd. Modi and Seth. Unit Quantities. Prentice Hall 3.. Lal J. principle of Governing of Turbines. Majumdar. Pattern ‘E11’.E. Draft Tube. Unit VI Self Study Principle of working and construction of Reaction Turbines(Francis). “Fluid Power with application”. dated 28/07/2012 . Filters. Shape Number Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.. Delhi “Oil Hydraulics-Principle and Maintenance”.

B. Relevance to Numerical Methods. LU. • The secondary objective is to guide them as to how computer programs in C/C++ and MATLAB are to be written for solving small problems which they are normally expected to solve manually. Issue 1. and Successive Approximation Method.E. Newton-Raphson Method Errors and approximations: Types of Errors. dated 28/07/2012 . Unit II Solution of Linear Simultaneous Equations (7 Hrs) A. Truncation. Relative. Algorithmic. Gauss-Jordan. GaussSeidel Methods. Round off Errors. Unit III Interpolation. Secant Method. Modified Newton Raphson Method.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Unit I Numerical Solution of Algebraic And Transcendental Equations (7 Hrs) A. Direct and Iterative Methods. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30108 :: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Rev 0. Homogeneous/Non-homogeneous systems.Decomposition Method. Bisection Method. Error Propagation. Pattern ‘E11’. Concept of Convergence.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • The primary objective is to present a wide range of numerical methods for solving the kind of problems that are encountered by students of Mechanical engineering. Curve Fitting and Numerical integration (10 Hrs) 74 Structure and Syllabus of B. B. Gauss Elimination. (Mech). Absolute. Regula-Falsi Method. Matrix Inversion Method.

Poisson’s Equation. P. One and Two Dimensional Heat Equations.. New Delhi Reference Books 1. Finite Element Method and applications in 1D Text Books 1. backward and divided difference method. Modified Euler Method. New Delhi 3. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. Unit IV Numerical Differentiation and Solution of ODE’s (8 Hrs) A.. Ltd. Gourdin A. Tata McGraw Hill Co. 5th Ed. Double Integration. “Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computations”. Issue 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering A. Laplace’s Equation. Runge Kutta higher order methods Unit V Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equation (8 Hrs) A... Central difference methods of interpolation.. Runge Kutta 2nd and 4th order method. New Delhi 75 Structure and Syllabus of B. Boumahrat M. K. Gauss Quadrature Three Point Formula. Weddle’s Rule. K. Co. Ramchandran T. polynomial of mth degree. Schilling R. “Numerical Methods”. Numerical Differentiation using Central Methods.. Veerarajan T. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. and Harries S. Newton’s forward. Pattern ‘E11’.. Predictor-Corrector Methods – Milne’s Method. “Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers using MATLAB and C”. “Numerical Methods for Engineers”.. Wave Equation B.C. Curve Fitting: Using least square criteria Linear regression.. B. Rev 0. New Delhi 2. Finite Difference Method. Jain M. Iyengar S. “Applied Numerical Methods”. Gauss Quadrature Two Point Formula. Numerical integration: Trapezoidal Rule. Exponential curve.. Geometric curve. Singapore 3. Simultaneous Differential Equations and Second Order Differential Equations B. Co. Ltd. Thomson Asia Pvt... Interpolation: Langrange’s Interpolation. and Jain R. Euler Method. K. 4th Ed. Balagurusamy E. L. J.. (Mech). “Theory and Problems in Numerical Methods with programs in C and C++”. Ltd. multiple linear regressions. Chapra S.. New Delhi 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. and Canal R. New Age International Ltd. Ltd. R. Simpson 1/3rd and 3/8th Rule.E. dated 28/07/2012 . Prentice Hall of India Ltd. Numerical Differentiation: Forward and Backward Difference Methods Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equation Taylor Series Method.

(One Sheet). PIV gearbox. Synchromesh gearbox. Pattern ‘E11’. Five (Half Imperial Size) drawing sheets containing graphical solutions of. 4.E. dated 28/07/2012 . A journal containing the record of the following. Brakes and Dynamometers. Study of various types of friction clutches and to measure torque-transmitting capacity. Rev 0. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30202 :: THEORY OF MACHINES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . To draw cam profiles for various types of follower motions. 3. Friction clutches. 3. To draw conjugate profile for any general type of gear tooth. Study of various types of gearboxes such as Industrial gearbox. 4. Problems on 2 and 3 position synthesis of 4 bar and slider crank Graphical methods of synthesis of mechanisms. Differential gearbox. (Mech). Study of various types of brakes and dynamometers and to measure the power transmitted. D. • To introduce the student to Synthesis of Mechanisms using Graphical and analytical methods List of Tutorials C. Study of various types of cam and follower systems and Verification of cam jump phenomenon. 5. Direct contact Transmission Elements like Gears and Cams. 2. 1. 5. 2. Study of belt drive systems and measurement of slip. (One Sheet).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To make the student understand the fundamentals of Transmission Elements like belt. Issue 1. 1. To generate involute gear tooth profile and to study the effect of undercutting 76 Structure and Syllabus of B.

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and rack shift using models. (One Sheet).
6. To study epicyclic gear trains and to measure torques- torque transmitted and
holding torques. Graphical and Analytical methods
*Industrial Visit to understand kinematic principles of Gear Manufacturing /
Collecting Information on Gear manufacturing.

Text Books
1. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”, John Uicker, Jr., Gordon R. Pennock and
J. E. Shigley, 3rd Edition, Oxford University Press
2. “Theory of Machines”, S. S. Rattan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication
3. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”, Amitabh Ghosh and A. K. Mallik,
Affiliated East-West Press Pvt Ltd.
Reference Books
1. “Theory of Machines” Thomas Bevan, CBS Publications.
2. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematic Analysis”, David H. Myszka,
Pearson Education, Asia.
3. “Design of Machinery”, R. L. Norton McGraw-Hill

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ME30204 :: INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
Credits: 01

Teaching Scheme: - Tutorial 1 Hr/Week

Prerequisites: : Nil
Objectives:
• To study the Engine systems.
• To know and practice the engine testing methods.
• To know and practice engine pollution measurement
List of Tutorials
1. Study and demonstration of Bosh fuel injection pump and injector.
2. Study and demonstration of carburetors.
3. Study of electronic ignition system.
4. Study of alternative fuels for I. C. engines.
5. Study and demonstration of a common rail injection system
6. Trial on diesel engine to determine variable load performance and energy balance.
7. Variable speed trial on petrol/diesel engine.
8. Trial on multi-cylinder petrol engine - Morse Test.
9. Trial on I.C. engine to plot Pressure- Crank angle diagram.
10. Performance trial on a variable compression ratio engine.
11. Study and Demonstration of exhaust gas analyzer.
12. Study and Demonstration of smoke meter.
Text Books
1. “Internal Combustion Engines”, V. Ganesan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Ltd.
2. “A Course in Internal Combustion Engines”, M. L. Mathur and R. P. Sharma,
Dhanpat Rai and Co. Pvt. Ltd.
3. “International combustion Engines”, Rajput R. K., Laxmi publications Pvt. Ltd.

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Reference Books
1. “Internal Combustion Engines” R. Yadav, Central Book Depot, Allahabad
2. “Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals”, Heywood, Tata McGraw-Hill
Publishing Company Ltd.
3. “Automotive Engines”, Srinivasan, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd.
Additional Reading
1. “Internal Combustion Engines”, Domkundwar and Domkundwar, Dhanpat Rai and
Co. Pvt. Ltd.

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5. Prithviraj D. 2. “Hydraulics. Scitech Publications Reference Books 1. Visit to Hydro power plant 12. Trial on Centrifugal Pump Trial on Centrifugal Blower Trial on Pelton Turbine Trial on Francis Turbine Trial on Gear Pump Trial on Vane Pump Study of Compressed air generation and distribution systems Study of Filters. Majumdar. Vasandani V. Modi and Seth. Delhi. Khanna Publishers. P. 7. 3. Vickers Manual on Industrial Hydraulics Additional Reading 1. 9. Issue 1. Pattern ‘E11’. “Industrial Hydraulics”. “Oil Hydraulics-Principle and Maintenance”. Pipenger J. Standard Book House. Tata McGraw Hill Ltd. Delhi 2. 4. McGraw Hill 80 Structure and Syllabus of B. Text Books 1. A. their use in the application Hydraulic and Pneumatic circuits List of Practical 1. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”. Karassic.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Fluid Power with application”. 8. (Mech). “Hydraulic Machines”. Regulator and Lubricator Study of Shuttle valve/Quick Exhaust valve/Twin pressure valve /Pneumatic Clamp 10. 6. Lal J. Pease D. Prentice Hall 3.. Delhi 3. Visit to Gas turbine power plant.Tata McGraw Hill 4. “Theory of Hydraulic Machinery”.. “A treatise on Turbomachines”.. Rev 0.E. Demonstration of working of Pressure/Direction/ Flow control valves 11. “Basic Fluid Power”.. J... Metropolitan Book Co. 2.. dated 28/07/2012 . Prentice Hall 3. “Hand Book of Pumps”.Practical 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Students should learn in this subject the working principles and construction of different Pumps. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30306 :: FLUID MACHINERY AND FLUID POWER ENGINEERING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . New Delhi 2. Esposito A.

Veerarajan T.. Algebraic and Transcendental equations Linear simultaneous equations(2 practical turns) Interpolation(2 practical turns) Curve Fitting Numerical integration Numerical Differentiation Ordinary Differential Equation Partial Differential Equation (2 practical turns) Comments: Programming assignments shall be completed and submitted as term work in the form of a journal comprising of flowcharts. 1.. dated 28/07/2012 .. 2. Pattern ‘E11’.Laboratory 2 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • The primary objective is to present a wide range of numerical methods for solving the kind of problems that are encountered by students of science.. Ramchandran T. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. List of Practical Programming assignments with applications in Mechanical Engineering on following topics using C / C++ and MATLAB OR any other equivalent Software.. C. Balagurusamy E. (Mech). program listing and results.. Tata McGraw Hill Pub. P. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME30308 :: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Ltd. “Numerical Methods”. Tata McGraw Hill Co. New Delhi 3.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. New Delhi 81 Structure and Syllabus of B. Ltd. “Numerical Methods for Engineers”. “Theory and Problems in Numerical Methods with programs in C and C++”. Issue 1.E. mathematics and engineering. 4. Co. 7. and Canal R. 5. Ltd. Rev 0. Chapra S. 6. 3. Text Books 1. New Delhi 2. • The secondary objective is to guide them as to how computer programs in C/C++ and MATLAB are to be written for solving small problems which they are normally expected to solve manually. Co. 8.

and Jain R. dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’. Jain M. New Delhi 2. K.. Issue 1.. Iyengar S. “Applied Numerical Methods”.. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference Books 1. K.E. Singapore 3. Prentice Hall of India Ltd. Rev 0. New Age International Ltd. “Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers using MATLAB and C”. Gourdin A. and Harries S. L. Schilling R. R. “Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computations”..BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. Ltd. (Mech). J.. Thomson Asia Pvt. K. New Delhi 82 Structure and Syllabus of B.. 5th Ed. Boumahrat M.

Pattern ‘E11’. Thermal Systems Energy audit/conservation studies Extensive computational analysis of problems relevant to mechanical engineering. Project title and approval sheets shall be attached at the beginning of the report followed by index and synopsis of the project. dated 28/07/2012 . and work completed (if any).Practical 1 Hrs/Week Prerequisite : Nil Objectives: • To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving. 83 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. • References shall be mentioned at the end followed by appendices (if any). robotic and automation systems. mechanism(s) or system(s) and its validation or comparison with available bench marks / results The project work shall be taken up individually or in a group consisting of not more than 4 students. Guidelines: • • • Report shall be typed or printed. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME37302 :: PROJECT STAGE-I Credits: 02 Teaching Scheme: . (Mech). Each group of students shall submit two copies of reports to the institute and one copy shall be prepared for each individual student. activities involved in the project and activity plan. names of all the students shall be included on every certified report copy. Rev 0. Figures and tables shall be on separate pages and attached at respective positions. • When a group of students is doing a project. project specifications. The project work could be of the following nature: Design/development and Fabrication of models. and prototypes based on new ideas. Issue 1. test rigs/ equipments. Experimental set ups. need and scope of the project. machines.E. CAD/CAM/CAE Modelling/simulation of product(s). study of literature and basic theory. A report containing maximum 30 pages shall be submitted based on the background.

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Pattern ‘E11’. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering STRUCTURE MODULE VII Subject Subject No. Rev 0. dated 28/07/2012 .E. (Mech). Issue 1. Code S1 S2 ME42101 ME42103 ME42105 ME42107 ME42109 ME42111 ME42113 ME42115 S3 ME40101 S4 ME40103 T1 T2 ME42201 ME42203 ME42205 ME42207 ME42209 ME42211 ME42213 ME42215 P1 ME41301 P2 ME40303 PS2 ME47303 Subject Name *Elective Group I Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis Tribology Mechanics of Composite Materials Machine Tool Design **Elective Group II Heat Exchange Devices Turbo machines Thermal Power Plants Energy Conservation and Management Design of Mechanical Systems CAD/CAM/CAE *Elective Group I Kinematic Analysis & Synthesis Tribology Mechanics of Composite Materials Machine Tool Design **Elective Group II Heat Exchange Devices Turbo machines Thermal Power Plants Energy Conservation and Management Design of Mechanical Systems CAD/CAM/CAE Stage II (Irrespective of Module) Total Teaching Scheme (Hrs/week) Credits Lect. Tutorial Practical 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 6 4 12 2 10 20 85 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.

Rev 0.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. • To learn graphical/analytical methods of kinematic synthesis of mechanisms. . cusp points. Rotational and translation displacement.velocity and acceleration. ADAMS. dated 28/07/2012 . Relative motion.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To learn methods of kinematic analysis of complex mechanisms. Ball’s point. Euler . B. equivalent mechanisms. auxiliary point method. linear and angular velocity. velocity analysis and acceleration analysis . terminology. Freudenstein’s theorem. Applications in dwell mechanism Unit IV Kinematic Synthesis of planar mechanisms (8 Hrs) 86 Structure and Syllabus of B. definitions and assumptions. Position and displacement analysis . B. Return circle.using normal acceleration. Features and Use of Mechanism simulation and analysis software packages like Working Model. Examples of various types of linkages and mechanisms in actual systems. . kinematic inversions. Bobillier’s theorem. transmission angle. or any similar mechanism modelling software. plane and space mechanisms. Velocity analysis . Issue 1. Fixed and moving centrodes. Unit I Review of Introduction to Mechanisms and Basic Concepts (8 Hrs) A. planar and spatial mechanisms. Unit II Kinematic Analysis of Planar Mechanisms (8 Hrs) A. kinematic pairs. (Mech). mechanical advantage.Savary equation. cubic of stationary curvature. Geometry of motion. graphical and complexalgebra method for displacement. Pattern ‘E11’. inflection points and inflection circle. (Brief review).relative motion. B. Hartman’s construction. Computer-aided kinematic analysis. Goodman’s indirect method (Only descriptive treatment).E. Unit III Curvature theory (8 Hrs) A. degree of freedom for spatial mechanisms. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42101 :: KINEMATIC ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: .position of a point. oscillating circles.

Graphical synthesis for function generation and rigid body guidance with two. synthesis of four-bar for prescribed angular velocities and accelerations using complex numbers. Myszka D. path generation and rigid body guidance problems. Pearson Education New Delhi. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering A. Ghosh A. K. Eulerian angles theorem on angular velocities and acceleration. Rattan S. “Machines and Mechanisms Applied Kinematics Analysis”. 2003 2. K. and Denavit J. Synthesis for four and five accuracy points.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. R. number and dimensional synthesis. Uicker J. Transformation matrix method of analysis of spatial mechanisms. (Mech). “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Freudenstein’s equation. dated 28/07/2012 . Ghosh A. Robert-Chebychev theorem. Shigley. Affiliated EastWest Press . Oxford University Press. J. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Chebychev spacing. McGrawHill. and Dittrich G. Norton. velocity and acceleration analysis of RGGR mechanisms. “Design of Machinery-An Introduction to the Synthesis and Analysis of Mechanisms and Machines”. double points and symmetry (Introductory Approach Only). Text Books 1. 1993 3. Rev 0. accuracy (precision) points. McGraw Hill 2002 Additional Reading 1. “Kinematic Analysis and synthesis of Mechanisms” Mallik A. Hartenberg R. Kinematic analysis of an industrial robot (Introductory treatment).. Denavit-Hartenberg parameters. S. CRC Press 1994 Reference Books 1.. synthesis for path generation. compatibility condition. Unit V Analytical synthesis of four-bar and slider-crank mechanisms (8 Hrs) A. Kinematic Analysis of Spatial Mechanisms: Position. types of errors. function generation. H. 2002 87 Structure and Syllabus of B. centre and circle point curves.E... Pennock G. S. Type.. Introduction to Coupler Curves: Equation of coupler curve. Robert L.. three and four accuracy points Synthesis using pole method. B. and Mallik A. Pattern ‘E11’. Branch and order defects. and J.E. “Kinematic Synthesis of Linkages”. Application of special mechanism to robotics.1998 2. Tata McGraw Hill. Issue 1.1964 3. “Theory of Machines”. B.

Rev 0. Issue 1. Special cases in hydrodynamic squeeze film bearings. infinitely short and finite length journal bearings.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. infinitely long journal bearing B. (Mech). infinitely long plane slider bearings. parallel step slider bearing. B. Unit II Basic Equations for fluid film lubrication (8Hrs) A. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42103 :: TRIBOLOGY Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Plane slider bearing with exponential film profile. finite journal bearings. Reynold's equation. Theories of friction. Design procedure Hydrodynamic Squeeze Film Bearings: Introduction.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: Unit I Friction and Wear (7 Hrs) A. Unit IV Hydrostatic Bearings (9 Hrs) A. Hydrostatic Bearings: Annular thrust pad bearings. Hydrodynamic instability. other gas bearing types. Friction and wear in metals and non-metals. and Finite width thrust bearings. Hydrodynamic Bearings: Introduction. B. Pressure development mechanism. Governing equations. Fixed inclination and Tilting pad slider bearing. Infinitely long. Hydrodynamic thrust bearings. types of wear. dated 28/07/2012 . Design procedure. hydrostatic journal bearings Gas Lubricated Bearings: Slip flow. infinitely long parallel surface bearing. Surface roughness effects. Oil supply grooves. 88 Structure and Syllabus of B. Unit III Hydrodynamic Journal and Squeeze Film Bearings (9 Hrs) A. Circular plate and rectangular thrust bearings Gas Lubricated Bearings: Introduction. Mechanics of fluid flow. Hydrostatic Bearings: Introduction. B.

E. “The principles of lubrication”. Reference Books 1. Introduction... Stachowiak G. Longmans Green and Co. 89 Structure and Syllabus of B. Cameron. Hetrz contact stress theory. Prentice Hall of India. 2. Wiley International Pub. “Basic Lubrication Theory”. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit V Elasto-Hydrodynamic Lubrication (7 Hrs) A. “Theory and Practice of Lubrication for Engineers”. A. American Society of Metals. thermal correction factor. New Delhi 2. dated 28/07/2012 . A.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 2. 3. Rev 0. different regimes in EHL Text Books 1. Butterworth Heinemann. W. Thermal correction factor. Ltd. (Mech). lubricant rheology B. Additional Reading 1. Grassam and Powell. “Gas Bearings”. Fuller D. Theory of Hydrodynamic Lubrication: Pinkush and Sterrolicht. Cameron. Issue 1. “Fundamentals of Friction and wear of Materials”. D. “Engineering Tribology”. Prasanta Sahoo. Pattern ‘E11’. “Engineering Tribology”. 3.

Rev 0. Micromechanics of failure of unidirectional Lamina . volume and weight fractions. stress – strain relation of thin lamina . Unit III Elastic Behavior of Composite Lamina (8 Hrs) Macromechanics . Laminate stiffness Lamina stresses and strain. polymeric matrix. Historical development. strain. longitudinal strength and stiffness.E. poisons ratio. stress – strain relationship for Isotropic .fibers . stress – strain relation. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42105 :: MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . types and classification of composite materials. Transversely Isotropic . inplane shear modulus. Orthotropic . basic assumptions. Balanced. dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech). 90 Structure and Syllabus of B. Unit IV Analysis of Laminated Composites (8 Hrs) Laminates. Laminate Engineering constants.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Unsymmtric.displacement relationships. Unit V Failure Theories and Strength of Unidirectional Lamina (8 Hrs) Failure modes at the microlevel . applications of composite materials. Antisymmetric. Manufacturing methods of composite materials. Issue 1. Engineering constants . quasi Isotropic. Pattern ‘E11’. Transformation of stress and strain . constituent materials. types of laminate configuration – Symmetric.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: Unit I Introduction To Composite Materials (8 Hrs) Definition. properties of typical composite materials. transverse modulus. Equilibrium equations. Transformation of Elastic constants . Monoclinic materials . coupling effects. Unit II Micromechanical Analysis of Composite Strength and Stiffness (8Hrs) Micromechanics assumptions and limitations. Transformation relation of engineering constants.

S V Hoa. CRC press 91 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Mechanics of composite materials”. 2. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Anisotropic strength and failure theories – Maximum stress theory . “An Introduction to composite materials”. choices of failure criteria. T W Clyne. Unit VI Composite Joints (Self study) Hygrothermal effects in Laminates. Daniel Gay . S W Tsai. K. dated 28/07/2012 . Interactive tensor polynomial theory (Tsai-Wu). McGraw Hill Publication. Ori Ishai. University Press (India) Pvt. D Hull. 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Jones R.. (Mech). Cambridge University Press U. M. “Composite Materials Design and applications”.E. Pattern ‘E11’. Ltd. Madhujit Mukhopadhyay. Experimental methods for characterization and testing of composite materials. “Mechanics of composite materials and Structures”. Oxford University Press 3. “Engineering Mechanics of composite materials”. Maximum strain theory . Deviatoric strain energy theory (Tsai-Hill). Rev 0. New York Reference Books 1. Isaac M Daniel. Text Books 1. Issue 1.

bearings and their adjustments. Machine Tool Guides of lathe.V. structure diagram. special purpose.E.Beds. Tables and columns .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rigidity of spindle unit. considerations in design of drives Stepless Regulation Drive Design of: Electromechanical System of regulation. Unit III Elements of Machine Tools (8 Hrs) Design of . regulation and range of speed based on preferred number series / geometric progression. drive. classification of various machine tools.general purpose. type and selection of motor for the drive. Unit II Stepped Regulation Drive Design (8Hrs) Considerations in designing drives based on continuous or intermittent requirements of power. carriage. classification and choice of driving systems . Rev 0. (Mech). Epicyclic drive. Spindle and their supports. design of head stock gear box for spindle drive using ray diagram. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42107 :: MACHINE TOOL DESIGN Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Unit V Vibrations in Machine Tools (8 Hrs) 92 Structure and Syllabus of B. friction. Unit IV Design of Power Screws (8 Hrs) Classification and design calculations. pressure and ball variations.I. Issue 1. milling and drilling machines based on force analysis. Pattern ‘E11’. P.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: Unit I Introduction (8 Hrs) Trends in designing machine tools. NC-CNC on the basis of kinematics. nodal optimisation while designing compact gearbox.

. stick slip Vibrations in machine tools . 2. CMTI -Tata McGraw Hill. power pack for lubrication system in hydrostatic drive. Reference Books 1. Bhattacharya A. push button control. automation in feed mechanism. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Frictional behaviour and different types of lubrication system. New Central Book Agency.. K. “Machine Tool Design”. vibration isolated tool holders. Issue 1. C. 93 Structure and Syllabus of B. Unit VI Control Systems (Self study) Electrical Control. thermal relays. Rigidity in machine tools Vibrations in Machine Tools : Forced and self excited vibrations in Machine tools . electrical brakes. directional control relays. 4th Revised Edition. Hydraulic Control in machine tool positional movement. dated 28/07/2012 . “Design of Machine Tools”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Principles of Machine Tools”. and Basu S. “Machine Tool Design Hand Book”.E. Tata McGraw Hill. (Mech). Text Books 1. Oxford .IBH. Pal D. Pattern ‘E11’. other types of Forced and damped vibrations . Calcutta. K. N. Mehta. and Sen G. 3. Control systems for gear sliding and feed mechanism (open loop or closed loop) for NC-CNC machine using stepper motor or DC motor.. Rev 0. K.

Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: • Knowledge of Basic Mechanical Engineering. Unit V Cooling Towers. surface compactness. Unit IV Condenser. construction features. evaporative condensers. mean temperature difference method. types of heat pipes. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42109 :: HEAT EXCHANGE DEVICES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . P-NTU method and relationships. plate-fin heat exchanger. Issue 1. flow arrangement and heat transfer mechanisms. Objectives: • To understand the principle and working of various types of heat exchangers and their design aspects. Unit III Heat Exchanger Surface Geometries (8Hrs) Plate heat exchangers.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. types of superheaters. compact heat exchangers. dated 28/07/2012 . spray design considerations. design considerations of heat pipes. Evaporator and Superheaters (8 Hrs) Design considerations for surface. Unit VI Self Study 94 Structure and Syllabus of B. Introduction to TEMA standard. types of cooling towers. design considerations for evaporator and superheaters. Unit I Introduction (8 Hrs) Classification of heat exchangers based on transfer process. Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. Tube-fin heat exchanger. Rev 0. heat exchanger variables. Pattern ‘E11’. Unit II Basic Thermal Design Theory (8 Hrs) Basic thermal design theory and considerations of recuperators. Liquid Evaporating / Condensing System (8 Hrs) Packing.E. (Mech).

New York. 2. dated 28/07/2012 . Taborek. “Heat Exchanger Design Handbook”. (Mech). Hewitt and N. “Heat Exchanger design”. Walker. T. 2. “Heat Exchangers Theory and Practice”. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Mechanical design considerations of shell and tube type of heat exchanger. Issue 1. introduction to Micro-electromechanical-systems (MEMS) based heat exchangers. Rev 0. Kern and Kraus. Afgan Mcgraw Hill Book Co. 95 Structure and Syllabus of B. Aurther P Frass. Reference Books 1. Pattern ‘E11’. types of waste heat recovery systems from IC engines. F. John Wiley and Sons. “Industrial Heat Exchangers a Basic guide”. “TEMA Standards”. Mcgraw Hill Book Co.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 2nd Edition. 3. G. Text Books 1. “Heat Exchanger Design handbook”.E. Kuppan 3.

cavitation. Pattern ‘E11’.E. blade shape. nozzles. shape no. vanes. losses. volute. stall. design considerations. Unit VI Self Study Characteristics curves. impulse stage. wet steam at low pressure stages. Fan impeller. Modi and Seth. compressors and pumps. (8 Hrs) Unit V (8 Hrs) Steam and Gas turbines. temperature and pressure rise. blade profile. shape number.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42111 :: TURBOMACHINES Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Prithviraj D. dated 28/07/2012 . design. Scitech Publications 5.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Analysis and design of Turbomachines Unit I (8 Hrs) Introduction. Text Books 4. diffuse. surge. dimensional analysis. Unit III Design and flow analysis of Axial flow fans. (8 Hrs) Unit IV Design and analysis of Hydraulic Turbines. Vane thickness effect. “Hydraulics. Standard Book House.. (Mech). Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”. design. Multistaging. compressors and pumps. Actual Flow through an Impeller and SlipPressure difference effect. Rev 0. efficiency. New Delhi 96 Structure and Syllabus of B. vaneless diffuser. stages. Unit II (8 Hrs) Fans. Relative circulation effect. Issue 1. “A treatise on Turbomachines”. regulation. draft tube.

BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. “Gas Turbine Theory”. Rev 0.E. Pattern ‘E11’. Delhi 6. Saravanamuttoo. (Mech). Yahya S. Vasandani V.. Tata McGraw Hill 5.. M.. P. Cohen H. Lal J. Delhi.. Issue 1. Khanna Publishers. and Rogers GFC. “Theory of Hydraulic Machinery”. dated 28/07/2012 . Pearson Additional Reading 5. 97 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Turbines Compressors and Fansr”. “Hydraulic Machines”. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference Books 4. Metropolitan Book Co.

diversity factor. Unit I Power Plants (10 Hrs) Schematic Diagrams and relative merits of Steam. plant use factor. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42113 :: THERMAL POWER PLANTS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . construction of load duration curves. types of cooling towers. Steam Power Plants with Process Heating (reheating. Rev 0. Dalton’s law of partial pressures. Diesel and Hydro Power Plants.E. PFBCB). dated 28/07/2012 . Nuclear Power Plants Classification. Unit II High Pressure Boilers (10 Hrs) High pressure boilers types. (Mech). load curves. effect of variable load on power plant design and operation. Improved Rankine Cycle Rankine Cycle with Reheating and Regeneration. cooling water requirements. Unit IV Steam Condensers (8 Hrs) Necessity of condensers. Factors affecting Selection of site. nuclear safety standards. fuel treatment unit. condenser efficiency. average factor. Unit III Essential Components (4 Hrs) DM Plant. construction and working. Issue 1. Types of Various Reactors with working of various Components. Unit V (8 Hrs) 98 Structure and Syllabus of B. Nozzles and condensers and fuels used for Thermal power plants. capacity of air extraction pumps. capacity factor.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. reserve factor. Variable Load Problems Of Power Plants Load duration. regeneration and combined reheat regeneration).Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To gain knowledge on different types of power plants along with thermal utilities like boilers. Air Preheater. Principle of Fluidized bed combustion. Gas. demand factor. types of condensers. Types of fluidized bed combustion boilers (CFBCB. condenser vacuum and vacuum efficiency. superheater. air pumps.

K. Rev 0. C.Khanna Publishing 99 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Steam and gas turbines and power plant engineering”. and preparation & feeding. Rajput R. Nag. Present worth concept. storage. “Power Plant Engineering”.Prentice Hall of India Additional Reading 1. Central publishing house Reference Books 1. ..C. M.. recent trends in FBCB. Fuel costs. . Dhanpat Rai and Co 2. Issue 1. 2. Tata McGraw Hill and Co. (Mech). Rai G. P. burning of fuels for coal fired boilers. S. Waste Disposal of nuclear power plants. “Power Plant Engineering”. K. Text Books 1. Pattern ‘E11’.E. 5th Edition. Ash handling & dust collection.. Equipments used for handling.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Power Plant Engineering”. “Power Plant Engineering”. D. “A Course in Power Plant Engineering”. New Delhi 2. life cycle costing. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Economics of Power Generation Selection of power plant from site to waste disposal. New Delhi 3. Sharma P. New Delhi 3. “Modern Power Plant Engineering”.. Unit VI Self Study Unit Present status of Power generation in India. Wakil M. and Domkundwar. Arora. Tata Mcgraw Hill. VVER nuclear power plants. New Delhi 3. Nuclear Power plants In India.. Kataria and sons. “Handbook of Power Plant Engineering”. Yadav R. Elliot T.McGraw Hill Book Co. Wesisman and Eckart. Project proposal preparation. dated 28/07/2012 . Laxmi Publication. “Introduction to Power Plant Technology”.

dated 28/07/2012 . Rev 0. commercial and residential sectors.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Boiler 100 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42115 :: ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: . Energy conservation in steam generation and supply system. Tutorial 1 Hr/week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To create awareness about rational use of energy • To enable students understand operational aspects of Industrial systems (Energy producing/Consuming) • To create awareness of National policies and acts. (Mech).Theory 3 Hrs/Week. agriculture. Boiler performance. need and importance of energy conservation and management. Issue 1. Portable and on-line instruments used for energy auditing. compress air and electricity. Unit III Costing of Utilities (8 Hrs) Determination of cost of steam. Methods of financial analysis : 1) Simple payback period 2) Time value of money (future value. net present value) 3) Return on investment (ROI) 4) Internal rate of return (IRR) Unit IV Industrial Thermal Systems (8 Hrs) Energy conservation in refrigeration and air conditioning system. Pattern ‘E11’. analysis and reporting. • To create awareness of standardization of energy appliances. need for renewable and energy efficiency. Unit I Introduction (8 Hrs) Energy and environment. compressed air system. Energy consumption patterns and energy conservation opportunities in Indian industry. Unit II Energy Auditing (8 Hrs) Methodology. • To introduce energy economics.

Unit VI Self Study Electrical systems and Lighting: Energy conservation in motors. Patric Dale R. New Delhi Reference Books 1. waste selection. energy efficient motors. of India. Star rating of refrigerators and air-conditioners. desirable properties of insulations. Illumination levels. IGC Dryden. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering efficiency. New Delhi 3. Editor 2. Pattern ‘E11’. and economic thickness of insulation.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. New Delhi 2. timers. characteristics. “Energy Conservation related booklets published by National Productivity Council (NPC)”. Patrick Steven R.S. Unit V Insulation (8 Hrs) Materials of insulations form of insulations. Rev 0. application. dated 28/07/2012 . fixtures. “Energy Conservation related booklets published by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)”.. “Energy Management Handbook (Wiley)”. Govt. 101 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Energy Conservation Guide Book”. (Mech).. Turner. Text Books 1. Issue 1. Ministry of Power. power factor improvement. The Fairmont Press Inc.E. Refractories Types. Editor 3. variable speed drive. and Fordo Stephen. energy-efficient illumination. W. examples. “Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA)”. “The Efficient use of Energy (Butterworths)”.

Pattern ‘E11’.Types of failures in worm gearing. 2825 – categories and types of welded joints – weld joint efficiency – Corrosion. Unit III Design of Material Handling System (8 Hrs) Material handling system concept: Basic principles. Conveyor pulleys. materials of construction. Area compensation method. Strength and wear ratings of worm gears. Unit IV (6 Hrs) 102 Structure and Syllabus of B. stresses induced in pressure vessels. Force analysis of worm gear drives. Types of worm and worm gears. S.E. Unit II Design of Cylinders and Pressure vessels (6 Hrs) Thick and thin cylinders – Thin cylindrical and spherical vessels – Lame’s equation – Clavarino’s and Birnie’s equations – Design of hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders – Auto frettage and compound cylinders – Gasketed joints in cylindrical vessels. belt tensions. unit load and containerization. Thickness of cylindrical and spherical shells and design of end closures as per code – Nozzles and Openings in pressure vessels –Reinforcement of openings in shell and end closures. Types of vessel supports.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Worm and worm-wheel material. erosion and protection vessels. Thermal consideration in worm gear drive . tension take up systems. Issue 1. Standard dimensions. Unfired pressure vessels – Classification of pressure vessels as per I. dated 28/07/2012 .Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To know design of gears and pressure vessels. (Mech). power requirement of horizontal belt conveyors for frictional resistance of idlers and pulleys. rubber covered and fabric ply belts. Belt conveyors. objectives of Material Handling. Methods of lubrication and Manufacturing. belt idlers. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40101 :: DESIGN OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Rev 0. • Develop ability of designing the components with manufacturing considerations • To know statistical and optimum design Unit I Worm Gears (6 Hrs) Worm and worm gear terminology and geometrical relationship. Modes of failures in pressure vessels. Friction in Worm gears and its efficiency. capacity of conveyors.

E. design of rocker arm.. Ray T. Design of displays and controls. Statistical consideration in design : Frequency distribution – Histogram and frequency polygon – Normal distribution – Units of measurement of central tendency and dispersion – Standard variable – population combinations – Design and natural tolerances –Design for assembly. dated 28/07/2012 . Tata McGrow Hill Education Private Ltd. Issue 1. transmission shaft. Ergonomic considerations . “Design of machine elements”. valve spring and push rod. Design of crank shaft. features. materials and finishes. Engine components (8 Hrs) Design of Cylinder. New Delhi 2. trade mark and copy right.Statistical analysis of tolerances – Mechanical reliability and factor of safety. K. “Mechanical System Design”. P. Design in relation to patents. Aesthetic and ergonomic considerations in design of products : Basic types of product forms – Designing for appearance – Shape. Bhandari V. Asian Book Pvt.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Ltd. helical spring–Introduction to optimum design with redundant specifications. proportions symmetry. contrast etc. Unit V Design of I... (Mech). Patil S.C. machine and environmental factors. Adequate and optimum design. Pattern ‘E11’. connecting rod. 3rd Edition. IS-2825-1969 code for unfired pressure vessels 103 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Optimum Design and Statistical considerations Objectives of optimum design –Johnson’s Method of Optimum Design (MOD). Delhi Reference Books 1... Practical examples of products or equipments using ergonomic and aesthetic design principles. Principles of design of castings and forgings – Design for machining – Design for powder metallurgy – Design for welding. B. Text Books 1. subsidiary and limit equations – Optimum design with normal specifications of simple machine elements like tension bar. – Morgan’s colour code. Unit VI Self study Design for manufacture and Assembly General principles of design for manufacture and assembly (DFM and DMFA). Primary.Relation between Man. Rev 0. Mumbai 3. Jaico Publishing House. piston and piston ring. ”Mechanical Handling of Materials”.

West-Pub. dated 28/07/2012 . CBS publishers and distributors. Delhi 4.G. (Mech).. Issue 1.. College of Technology. McGraw Hill Publication Co. “A text book of Machine Design”. F. “The Mechanical Design Process”.. Willium C. “Design of Machine elements”. Chand and Co. 2. Ltd. “Design Data”. E. John F Harvey. Coimbatore. V. V. S. “Theory and Design of Pressure vessels”. “Machine Components Design I and II”. Prentice Hall International. and Shoup T. Ltd. Pattern ‘E11’. P. 3rd Ed. David G. 3.. House. Additional reading 1.. Mahajani V. Delhi 104 Structure and Syllabus of B.S. Spott’s M.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Joshi M. Ullman. Khurmi R.E. Orthwine. a Jaico Pub. Rev 0. and Gupta J. Co. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering 2. MacMillan India Ltd. S. .. Delhi 3. New Delhi 5. “Process Equipment Design”. K.

Bezier Surface. B-Spline Curve. Unit III Finite Element Analysis (9 Hrs) 105 Structure and Syllabus of B. Reflection. Synthetic Curves.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Synthetic Surfaces. Unit I Computer Graphics (8 Hrs) Introduction to Basic Transformations . Scaling. Concatenated Transformation.Hermite Cubic Spline. dated 28/07/2012 . Surfaces Introduction to Parametric representation of Surfaces. Ruled. Pattern ‘E11’.Orthographic. • To introduce concepts in Computer Aided Design and Analysis. Issue 1. Oblique. Mapping of Geometric Models. Pure Primitive instancing. Bezier Curve. Circle. Rev 0. Rotation. Boundary Representation.Constructive Solid Geometry. Parabolas. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40103 :: CAD/CAM/CAE Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Revolved surfaces. Feature Based Modelling. Projections . B-Spline Surface Solids Introduction to different volume modelling techniques . Conics. Homogenous Coordinate system . Unit II Geometric Modelling (9 Hrs) Curves Introduction to Parametric representation of curves and its advantages. Isometric.E. Spatial Occupancy Enumeration. • To introduce concepts in Planning and Organizing Manufacturing Activity and the Control of Machines. Inverse Transformations.Translation. Tabulated. Perspective. Analytic Surfaces-Plane. Analytic CurvesLine. Planning and Organizing Manufacturing Activity and the Control of Machines for manufacturing the product. Ellipses.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To become aware of application of computers in development of geometric models using Computer Aided Design and use of these models for Design and Analysis. Hyperbolas. (Mech).

Potential Energy Approach. Computer Aided Quality Control and Inspection Introduction. Retrieval and Generative Process planning System. dated 28/07/2012 . Benefits of CAPP. Galerkin’s Approach. frame element. Rapid Prototyping Techniques . four noded quadrilateral elements. Job Zero. (Mech). “Automation. The APT Language. Issue 1.. The NC Procedure. One dimensional Finite Element Analysis Linear bar element. D. Development of Finite Element Models of discrete systems like Linear elastic spring. Properties of Stiffness Matrix . P. Applications of Rapid Prototyping . production systems and computer integrated manufacturing” Groover M.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Unit IV Two Dimensional Finite Element Analysis (6 Hrs) Three noded triangular elements. Prentice Hall of India 3. “Introduction to finite elements in engineering”. Quadratic bar element. Rev 0. Unit VI (Self Study) Computer Aided Process Planning The Planning Function. Contact and No contact Inspection Method . NC and CAM. Benefits of RP Text Books 1. “Mastering CAD/CAM”. Assembly of Global Stiffness Matrix and Load Vector. Torsion of Circular Shaft.Integration of CAQC with CAD/CAM Rapid Prototyping Overview of Rapid Prototyping. Prentice Hall of India 106 Structure and Syllabus of B. Pattern ‘E11’. Unit V Computer Aided Manufacturing (8 Hrs) Introduction. Development of Finite Element Models for plane stress.E. The Computer in QC. Preparing CAD data for NC. NC Motion Control System. Machine Zero. Terminology in QC.. Ibrahim Zeid. Integrating CAD. Point-to-Point and Continuous Path Machining. One-dimensional conduction with convection. Manual part Programming (G and M code). and Belegunda A. Chandrupatla T. Positioning System. The Basic components of NC System. Tata McGraw Hill 2. Axisymmetric stress analysis applications. Machine Axes and Coordinate system. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Finite Element Modelling. plain strain.Computer Aided Testing . Fluid flow through pipe. R. the Basic Process (RP Sequence). Finite Element Equations. Coordinate and Shape function.

Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference Books 1.. Gebhardt A. J. “CAD/CAM .. Additional Reading 1.theory and practice”. (Mech). dated 28/07/2012 . “Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics”. John Wiley and Sons.. Hanser Publisher. F. Rev 0. “Applied finite elements analysis”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.edu/lamancusa/rapidpro/primer/chapter2.htm#whatis#whatis 2. Ibrahim Zeid.mne. Roger D. and Adams J. Segerling L. “Rapid Prototyping”. McGraw Hill Co Ltd New York 107 Structure and Syllabus of B. Penn State University available at http://www. Issue 1. 3. William Palm.psu.E. “Rapid Prototyping Primer”. Pattern ‘E11’. Tata McGraw Hill 2.

dated 28/07/2012 . 3.Tutorial 1 Hr/We Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Same as theory course List of Tutorials 1. Pattern ‘E11’. 6. 5. 4. Two assignments from unit 1 Two assignments from unit 2 Two assignments from unit 3 Two assignments from unit 4 Two assignments from unit 5 Two assignments from unit 6 ME42203:: Tribology Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 3. 4.Tutorial 1 Hr/We Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Same as theory course List of Tutorials 1. Two assignments from unit 1 Two assignments from unit 2 Two assignments from unit 3 Two assignments from unit 4 Two assignments from unit 5 Two assignments from unit 6 108 Structure and Syllabus of B. 2. 2. 6. (Mech).BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 5. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42201 :: Kinematic Analysis of Mechanisms Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .E. Issue 1. Rev 0.

Pattern ‘E11’. 3. (Mech). 6. 3. 6. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42205 :: Mechanics of Composite Materials Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 5.E. dated 28/07/2012 . 2.Tutorial 1 Hr/We Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Same as theory course List of Tutorials 1. 5. 4. 2. 4. Two assignments from unit 1 Two assignments from unit 2 Two assignments from unit 3 Two assignments from unit 4 Two assignments from unit 5 Two assignments from unit 6 ME42207 :: Machine Tool Design Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Rev 0.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Same as theory course List of Tutorials 1.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Two assignments from unit 1 Two assignments from unit 2 Two assignments from unit 3 Two assignments from unit 4 Two assignments from unit 5 Two assignments from unit 6 109 Structure and Syllabus of B. Issue 1.

“Heat Exchanger Design handbook”. Afgan Mcgraw Hill Book Co. Aurther P Frass. Mcgraw Hill Book Co. 2nd Edition. 9.E. 3. G. Kern and Kraus. 110 Structure and Syllabus of B. Walker. “Heat Exchangers Theory and Practice”. Trial and performance analysis of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger 10. F. Hewitt and N. 2. Assignment on Heat Transfer Enhancement Techniques used in Heat Exchangers. “Industrial Heat Exchangers a Basic guide”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Issue 1. “Heat Exchanger design”. John Wiley and Sons. (Mech). 8.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To give exposure to thermal design procedure and standards List of Tutorials 7. Assignment on Design of Heat Exchanger using basic design theory. Reference Books 1. 2. Trial and performance analysis of Compact Heat Exchanger Text Books 1. dated 28/07/2012 . “TEMA Standards”. T. “Heat Exchanger Design Handbook”. Pattern ‘E11’. Taborek. Kuppan 3. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42209 :: HEAT EXCHANGE DEVICES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Rev 0. New York.

2. Khanna Publishers. Tata McGraw Hill 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. M. Centrifugal Compressor Design/Analysis 7. Cavitation 12. Diffuser Design/Analysis 5. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42211 :: TURBOMACHINES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Issue 1. P. Impulse Turbine Design/Analysis 10. and Rogers GFC. Delhi 2. Pearson Additional Reading 1. Modi and Seth. dated 28/07/2012 . Dimensional Analysis Text Books 1. “Turbines Compressors and Fansr”. Yahya S. “Gas Turbine Theory”. Rev 0. Delhi.. 111 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Hydraulic Machines”. “A treatise on Turbomachines”.E. Francis Turbine Design/Analysis 9.. Kaplan Turbine Design/Analysis 8. New Delhi Reference Books 1.. Efficiency Calculations 3. Gas Turbine Design/Analysis 11.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • Analysis and design of Turbomachines List of Tutorials 1.. Impeller Analysis. (Mech). Pump Design/Analysis 6. Lal J. Fluid Mechanics and Machinery”. Prithviraj D. Saravanamuttoo. Metropolitan Book Co. “Theory of Hydraulic Machinery”. Cohen H.. Standard Book House. Fan Design/Analysis 4. Scitech Publications 2. Pattern ‘E11’. “Hydraulics. Vasandani V.

Rajput R. Kataria and sons. K. Central publishing house Reference Books 1. . “Power Plant Engineering”. 5. Report on Power plant instrumentation (Hydro/Nuclear/Thermal). C. Rev 0. Wesisman and Eckart. Tata Mcgraw Hill.Prentice Hall of India 112 Structure and Syllabus of B.. “Power Plant Engineering”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Trail on steam turbine power plant to determine a) Plant Efficiency . “Modern Power Plant Engineering”. (Mech). Nag. Rankine Efficiency Vs Load b) Steam consumption and Specific Steam consumption Vs Load c) Rate of Energy Input Vs Load d) Heat Rate and Incremental heat Rate Vs Load 3. P. 2. “Steam and gas turbines and power plant engineering”. 6. “A Course in Power Plant Engineering”. New Delhi 3. Issue 1. and Domkundwar. Study of steam turbines – constructional details of impulse and reaction turbines. Study of fluidized bed combustion boilers. “Power Plant Engineering”. Dhanpat Rai and Co 2. Laxmi Publication. Report based on visit to one Power plant thermal / Nuclear / combined cycle. New Delhi 3. Arora. Pattern ‘E11’. Sharma P. dated 28/07/2012 . S. Trial on Diesel power plant to determine a) Plant Efficiency Vs Load b) Total fuel consumption Vs Load c) Rate of Energy Input Vs Load d) Heat Rate and Incremental heat Rate Vs Load 4. K. New Delhi 2. Yadav R..Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To give exposure to practical power plants and their components List of Tutorials 1.E. Text Books 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42213 :: THERMAL POWER PLANTS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .

(Mech).. 2. “Handbook of Power Plant Engineering”.. Elliot T. Rev 0. “Power Plant Engineering”. Pattern ‘E11’.. Tata McGraw Hill and Co. Issue 1. . New Delhi 3. Rai G. M.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. D.E. Wakil M.McGraw Hill Book Co. “Introduction to Power Plant Technology”. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Additional Reading 1. dated 28/07/2012 .C.Khanna Publishing 113 Structure and Syllabus of B.

Editor 2. Report on Energy Conservation Act (Revised 2010). Electric water Heater. dated 28/07/2012 . Refrigerator. 3. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42215 :: ENERGY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .. New Delhi 2.E. IGC Dryden. Editor 3. “Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA)”. of India. Patric Dale R. “The Efficient use of Energy (Butterworths)”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Pattern ‘E11’. Govt. New Delhi Reference Books 1. Issue 1. The Fairmont Press Inc. “Energy Conservation related booklets published by National Productivity Council (NPC)”. Ministry of Power. 2. “Energy Conservation Guide Book”.. 114 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0. “Energy Management Handbook (Wiley)”.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To give exposure to practical power plants and their components List of Tutorials 1. Report on portable and online Instruments used in Energy auditing. New Delhi 3.S. Patrick Steven R. (Mech). W. “Energy Conservation related booklets published by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)”. and Fordo Stephen. Turner. Report on BIS/BEE Star rating System with practical example like Air-conditioner. Text Books 1. Television etc. Case Study of an Industrial Energy Conservation Project (Including cost aspect) 4.

The design project shall consist of two imperial size sheets . manufacturing tolerances. Group I: Sr. Aesthetic and Ergonomic Considerations in Design 4. 1. o Reciprocating Compressor Design. Modern engineering materials and their applications / evaluation methods for material selection. dated 28/07/2012 . A design report giving all necessary calculations of the design of components and assembly should be submitted in a separate file. 7. 7 to 9. Group II: Sr. Group III: Sr. 2.Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To know design of gears and pressure vessels • To develop the ability of designing the machine components with manufacturing considerations • To know statistical and optimum design List of Practical The term work shall consist of ONE design project. Rev 0. o Material Handling System. Value engineering 5. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME41301 :: DESIGN OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . o I C Engine Design.E. No. Assignments: Three assignments based on any one of the following topics from each of the three groups. Piping design. 115 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Issue 1. Reverse engineering. Projects shall be in the form of design of mechanical systems such aso System involving worm gear box. o Pressure vessel . surface finish symbols and geometric tolerances should be specified so as to make it working drawing. Design for manufacturing and assembly. 1 to 3. 3. No. No. Concurrent engineering 6. (Mech). 4 to 6.one involving assembly drawing with a part list and overall dimensions and the other sheet involving drawings of individual components. Pattern ‘E11’. A Case study approach is to be used. etc.

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8. Design of Crankshaft for IC engine
9. Designs in relation to patents, trade mark and copy right.
Note: -Assignments will be treated as part of term work.
Text Books
1. “Design of machine elements”, Bhandari V. B., 3rd Edition, Tata McGrow Hill
Education Private Ltd., New Delhi
2. “Mechanical System Design”, Patil S. P., Jaico Publishing House, Mumbai
3. ”Mechanical Handling of Materials”, Ray T. K., Asian Book Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
Reference Books
1. IS-2825-1969 code for unfired pressure vessels
2. “The Mechanical Design Process”, David G. Ullman, 3rd Ed. McGraw Hill
Publication Co. Ltd., Delhi
3. “Design of Machine elements”, Spott’s M. F. and Shoup T. E., Prentice Hall
International.
Additional reading
1. “Machine Components Design I and II”, Willium C. Orthwine, West-Pub. Co. a
Jaico Pub. House.
2. “Design Data”, P.S.G. College of Technology, Coimbatore.
3. “Process Equipment Design”, Joshi M. V., Mahajani V. V., MacMillan India Ltd.,
Delhi
4. “A text book of Machine Design”, Khurmi R. S. and Gupta J. K., S. Chand and Co.
Ltd. , New Delhi
5. “Theory and Design of Pressure vessels”, John F Harvey, CBS publishers and
distributors, Delhi

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

ME40303 :: CAD/CAM/CAE
Credits: 01

Teaching Scheme: - Laboratory 2 hrs/week

Prerequisites: Nil
Objectives:
• To become aware of application of computers in development of geometric
models using Computer Aided Design and use of these models for Design and
Analysis, Planning and Organizing Manufacturing Activity and the Control of
Machines for manufacturing the product.
• To introduce concepts in Computer Aided Design and Analysis.
• To introduce concepts in Planning and Organizing Manufacturing Activity and
the Control of Machines.

List of Practical
1. Write a program to fit Bezier / B-Spline curve for given control points. OR Write a
program to find points on Bezier / B-Spline surfaces.
(4 Hours)
2. Solid Modeling and Parametric Solid Modeling of any one mechanical component.
(2 Hours)
3. Part Modeling, Assembly Modeling and preparation of Working Drawings from
assembly model
(6 Hours)
4. Surface modeling
(2 Hours)
5. Write a programme for 1D problem using Finite Element Method of any one
mechanical component.
(4 Hours)
6. Solve two 2D/3D problems (using FEA software for any mechanical components and
interpreting the results
(4 Hours)
7. Programming and Manufacturing of one job on CNC Machine
(4 Hours)

Text Books
1. “Mastering CAD/CAM”, Ibrahim Zeid, Tata McGraw Hill
2. “Automation, production systems and computer integrated manufacturing” Groover
M. P., Prentice Hall of India
3. “Introduction to finite elements in engineering”, Chandrupatla T. R. and Belegunda
A. D., Prentice Hall of India

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Reference Books
1. “CAD/CAM - theory and practice”, Ibrahim Zeid, Tata McGraw Hill
2. “Applied finite elements analysis”, Segerling L. J., John Wiley and Sons.
3. “Rapid Prototyping”, Gebhardt A., Hanser Publisher.
Additional Reading
1. “Rapid Prototyping Primer”, William Palm, Penn State University available at
http://www.mne.psu.edu/lamancusa/rapidpro/primer/chapter2.htm#whatis#whatis
2. “Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics”, Roger D. F. and Adams J.,
McGraw Hill Co Ltd New York

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and work completed (if any). activities involved in the project and activity plan. A report containing maximum 30 pages shall be submitted based on the background. names of all the students shall be included on every certified report copy. CAD/CAM/CAE Modelling/simulation of product(s). Thermal Systems Energy audit/conservation studies Extensive computational analysis of problems relevant to mechanical engineering. When a group of students is doing a project. The project work could be of the following nature: Design/development and Fabrication of models. Each group of students shall submit two copies of reports to the institute and one copy shall be prepared for each individual student. robotic and automation systems. Guidelines: • • • • • • Report shall be typed or printed. (Mech). mechanism(s) or system(s) and its validation or comparison with available bench marks / results The project work shall be taken up individually or in a group consisting of not more than 4 students. need and scope of the project.Practical 2 Hrs/Week Prerequisite : Nil Objectives: • To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving. Rev 0. Project title and approval sheets shall be attached at the beginning of the report followed by index and synopsis of the project. 119 Structure and Syllabus of B. Experimental set ups. study of literature and basic theory. Figures and tables shall be on separate pages and attached at respective positions. Issue 1. Pattern ‘E11’.E. machines. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME47303 :: PROJECT STAGE-II Credits: 04 Teaching Scheme: .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. project specifications. and prototypes based on new ideas. References shall be mentioned at the end followed by appendices (if any). test rigs/ equipments. dated 28/07/2012 .

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BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rev 0. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering STRUCTURE MODULE VIII Subject Subject No. (Mech). *Elective Group III Finite Element Method Optimization Techniques Reverse Engineering and 3 Rapid Prototyping Simulation of Mechanical Systems **Elective Group IV Robotics Mechatronics 3 Operation Research Instrumentation and Automatic Controls Vibration Analysis 3 Refrigeration and Air3 conditioning *Elective Group III Finite Element Method Optimization Techniques Reverse Engineering and 0 Rapid Prototyping Simulation of Mechanical Systems **Elective Group IV Robotics Mechatronics 0 Operation Research Instrumentation and Automatic Controls Vibration Analysis 0 Refrigeration and Air0 conditioning Stage III (Irrespective of 0 Module) Total 12 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 8 6 2 12 22 121 Structure and Syllabus of B. Code S5 S6 ME42102 ME42104 ME42106 ME42108 ME42110 ME42112 ME42114 ME42116 S7 ME40106 S8 ME40108 T3 T4 ME42202 ME42204 ME42206 ME42208 ME42210 ME42212 ME42214 ME42216 P3 ME40306 P4 ME40308 PS3 ME47304 Subject Name Teaching Scheme (Hrs/week) Credits Lect Tutorial Practical . Issue 1.E. dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’.

boundary conditions. Quadratic shape functions. Galerkin’s method. Pattern ‘E11’. Unit I Fundamental Concepts (8 Hrs) A. temperature effect. B. Shape function for the same. Obtaining elemental stiffness and load matrices form the above equation. temperature distribution analysis. Issue 1. Solution by Galerkin’s method. Unit II One Dimensional Problems (8 Hrs) A. Saint Venant’s principle. Integral formulation for Numerical Solution-Variational method. Linear element. strain displacement relation. B. Assembly of the above matrices for obtaining Global stiffness and Load matrix. Stress and strain relations. Voltage distribution analysis. Rev 0. dated 28/07/2012 . Stresses and equilibrium. B. Collocation method. 122 Structure and Syllabus of B. Linear triangular and Bilinear Rectangular elements. potential energy and equilibrium. Unit III Two Dimensional Finite Elements (8 Hrs) A. Beam Analysis. • To develop capabilities of using existing commercial FEM software. Local co-ordinate system. (Mech). significance of natural co-ordinate system. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42102 :: FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Gaussian Elimination. Galerkin’s method. • Understand steps involved in the solution of a problem using FEA software. etc.E. Von Mises stress. Natural co-ordinate systems for linear element. Local co-ordinate system for Bilinear Rectangular elements.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To create an environment for the students to learn the mathematical background of the Finite Element Method (FEM) • Use the method to solve 1D and 2D problems. solution for nodal residual equation. plane stress and plain strain. Application of the above equation for Problems like. Potential energy method.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Linear Triangular element.

2007 3. Differential equation for Axisymmetric field problems. 2003. Nicholson David W: New York. Malkus D. Tata Mcgraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. New Delhi.. Reference Books 1. Wheeler Publication. and Plesha M. Segerlind L. New York. New Delhi. Prentice Hall of India. John Wiley and Sons.. potential energy method. 2.. Problem modeling and boundary conditions.E. New Delhi..BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rajasekaran S. Application of the above equation to Torsion of Non Circular cross section. “Theory and Problems of Finite Element Analysis”. “Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis”. 1994. (Mech). “Textbook Of Finite Element Analysis”.. “Schaum's Otlines Finite Element analysis”. John Wiley and Sons New York. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit IV Two Dimensional FEA Modelling (8 Hrs) A. New York.. “Finite Element Analysis in Engineering Design”. temperature effect. Issue 1. dated 28/07/2012 . One case study on Axisymmetric FEA Text Books 1. Cook R D. Buchanan G. stress calculations. solution by Galerkin’s method. Problems by using triangular elements. “Finite Element Analysis-thermo mechanics of solids”. R.. Mcgraw Hill Inc. New York. Dover Pub.. S. 2. stiffness and force terms.. 3. J. “Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis”. Hughes Thomas J. Allahabad. Buchanan George R. obtaining elemental stiffness and load matrices. Pattern ‘E11’. E.. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication Co. Seshu P. Electromagnetic static FEA for finding magnetic flux density in air gap. Rev 0. “Applied Finite Element Analysis”. Unit V Two Dimensional FEA Applications (8 Hrs) A. FEA modeling. “Finite Element Method-Linear Static and Dynamic Finite Element Analysis”. B. Hutton David V. Quadratic Shape functions. 3. Additional Reading 1. 2. Const. CRC Press. B. strain triangles-Isoperimetric representation. 123 Structure and Syllabus of B.

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ME42104 :: OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES
Credits: 03

Teaching Scheme: - Theory 3 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites:

Preferred:

Objectives:

Unit I
One-Dimensional Optimization

(8 Hrs)

Interval halving, Fibonacci, golden search method.
Unit II
Two-Dimensional Optimization

(8 Hrs)

Two-dimensional optimization Gradient based methods: conjugate gradient, steepest
descent, examples.
Unit III
Linear Programming

(8 Hrs)

Model formation, graphical, simplex, dual simplex.
Unit IV
Constrained Optimization

(8 Hrs)

Lagrange multipliers, Direct Search Method, linearization methods.
Unit V
Introduction to Evolutionary Algorithms

(8 Hrs)

Genetic algorithm, Fuzzy logic, Neural network.
Unit VI
(Self Study)
Review of Mathematics, calculus, linear algebra, function of several variables, extrema,
and constrained extrema.
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Text Books
1. “Optimization: Theory and Practice”, Mohan Joshi and Kannan Moudgalya,
Narosa Publishing House, Bombay.
2. “Optimization: concepts and application engineering”, Ashok Belegundu and
Tirupathi Chandrupatla, Pearson Education Asia, Delhi.
3. “Engineering Optimization”, Singiresu S. Rao, New Age International (P) Ltd.,
Bombay.
Reference Books
1. “Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic, and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and
Applications”, Rajasekaran G., G. A. Vijaylakshmi Pai, PHI.
2. “Operations Research: Applications and Algorithms”, Winston W. L., Duxbury
Press.
3. “Methods of Optimization”, Walsh G. R.., Wiley.

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ME42106 :: REVERSE ENGINEERING AND RAPID
PROTOTYPING
Credits: 03

Teaching Scheme: - Theory 3 Hrs/Week

Prerequisites:

Preferred:

Objectives:

Unit I
Introduction to Rapid Prototyping

(7 Hrs)

Prototype Fundamentals, Historical Development, Fundamentals of Rapid Prototyping,
Advantages of Rapid Prototyping, Commonly Used Terms, Classifications of Rapid
Prototyping System.
Rapid Prototyping Process Chain: Process Chain, Data Conversion and Transmission,
Checking and Preparing, Building, Post processing.
Unit II
Liquid and Solid Based Rapid Prototyping Systems

(9 Hrs)

Liquid-Based Rapid Prototyping Systems: Stereo lithography Apparatus (SLA), Solid
Ground Curing (SGC), Solid Creation System (SCS), Solid Object Ultraviolet-Laser
Printer (SOUP), Two Laser Beams, Rapid Freeze Prototyping, Micro fabrication.
Solid-Based Rapid Prototyping Systems: Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM),
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Paper Lamination Technology (PLT), Multi-Jet
Modeling System (MJM).
Unit III
(9 Hrs)
Powder-Based Rapid Prototyping Systems and Rapid Prototyping Data Formats
Powder-Based Rapid Prototyping Systems: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), ThreeDimensional Printing (3DP), Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS), Direct Shell
Production Casting (DSPC),
Rapid Prototyping Data Formats: STL Format, STL File Problems, Consequences of
Building a Valid and Invalid, Tessellated Model.
Unit IV

(7 Hrs)
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. Pattern ‘E11’. 2. Fernandes (Eds. Chua C. Additional Books: 1. Legal Aspects of Reverse Engineering. Unit V Methodologies and Techniques for Reverse Engineering (8 Hrs) Computer Vision and Reverse Engineering. Mesh Reconstruction. Wiley Publications Ltd. Springer. and Emad Abouel Nasr. “Reverse Engineering”. K. Engineering.E. “Rapid Prototyping: Principles and Applications”. F. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Introduction to Reverse Engineering Meaning. Analysis and Planning. and Lim C. McGraw Hill Publication Ltd. dated 28/07/2012 .. Phase 2–Point Processing. Leong K.. Springer. “Reverse Engineering: An Industrial Perspective”. Coordinate Measuring Machines. Data Collection.). Reverse Engineering–Hardware and Software. Vinesh Raja and Kiran J. Springer. World Scientific Publishing Co.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. (Mech). Kamrani Ali K. 2. 127 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Engineering Design and Rapid Prototyping”. Pvt. Use. 3. Relationship Between Reverse Engineering and Rapid Prototyping.. Rosen and Brent Stucker. David W. Automotive Industry. Rafiq Noorani. Manufacturing and Tooling. Rev 0. Hanser Publisher. Gebhardt A. Phase 3–Application Geometric Model Development. Unit VI (Self Study) Applications and Examples of RP in Design. Ltd. Ingle Kathryn A. Issue 1. Reference Books 1. Surface Fitting. Noncontact Scanners. Active Illumination 3-D Stereo. S. “Rapid Prototyping: Principles and Applications”. “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing”. Contact Scanners. Text Books 1. RE-The generic processs. “Rapid Prototyping”. Ian Gibson. 3. Aerospace Industry. Phase 1–scanning.

Unit IV Simulation of Queuing and Inventory Control System (8 Hrs) Simulation of Queuing Systems: Rudiments of queuing theory. Issue 1. and Forecasting and regression analysis. Simulation of a servo system. digital simulation. Inventory Control and Forecasting: Elements of inventory theory. Basic Simulation Methodology. Simulation of a two-server queue. 128 Structure and Syllabus of B. event-to-event model. Generation of non-uniformly distributed random numbers. When to simulate. Simulation of a singleserver queue. Simulation of more general queues. Generation of random numbers. Analog vs. Unit II Simulation of Continuous Systems (8 Hrs) Numerical integration vs. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42108 :: SIMULATION OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Selection of an integration formula. Generation of Poisson and Erlang variables. the basic nature of simulation. stochastic simulation. Simulation of a water reservoir system. Pattern ‘E11’.E. Building a Simulation Model. Unit III Discrete System Simulation (8 Hrs) Fixed time-step vs.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. continuous system simulation. (Mech).Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: • Preferred: • Objectives: • Unit I Introduction to Simulation (8 Hrs) A system and its model. Rev 0. On simulating randomness. Simulation of an inventory problem. Need of Simulation in Engineering. More complex inventory models. MonteCarlo computation vs.

Ghoshdastidar P.. “Simulation Modeling and Analysis”. Law A. Expressionbased languages Discrete-system simulation languages. Pattern ‘E11’. Deo Narsingh. Reference Books 1.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Validation. McGraw Hill Inc New York. Continuous simulation languages Block-structured continuous simulation languages. “Computer Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer”. Tata McGraw Hill. SIMULA Factors in selection of a discrete system simulation language. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit V Design and Evaluation of Simulation Experiments (8 Hrs) Length of simulation runs. Text Books 1. Issue 1. Prentice Hall of India. SIMSCRIPT. Ganesan V. Experimental layout. Sheldon M. Academic Press. 129 Structure and Syllabus of B. Ross. 3. Geoffrey Gordon. Variance reduction techniques. Universities Press India Ltd. Unit VI Self Study Simulation Languages: Continuous and discrete simulation languages. Rev 0. “System Simulation”. 2. Prentice Hall of India. “System Simulation with Digital Computer”.. (Mech). 3..E. M. Kelton W. “Simulation”. GPSS. dated 28/07/2012 . 2. D. Elsevier Publication. “Computer Simulation of Compression-Ignition Engine Processes”. S..

sensor characteristics and selection. workspace. Pattern ‘E11’. types of sensors based on working principle. dynamics. 2nd order control systems. sensors and vision systems (8 Hrs) End Effectors – Types. control law partitioning. Unit I Introduction to Robotics (8 Hrs) Automation and Robotics. Geometric and Algebraic approaches to inverse kinematics. Unit III Trajectory Planning and Manipulator Control (8 Hrs) Introduction to Trajectory Planning. Unit V (8 Hrs) 130 Structure and Syllabus of B. Robot performance – Resolution. Rev 0. sensing devices used in robot workcells . dated 28/07/2012 . Path description / generation. design and applications.E.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Objectives: • To study basics of robot kinematics. Issue 1. control. Need of sensors in a robotic system. Remote Center Compliance (RCC) device. Homogeneous transform. Lagrange – Euler formulation of dynamic equations of a manipulator. joint space and Cartesian space schemes. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42110 :: ROBOTICS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Robots-Anatomy.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Unit II Robot Kinematics and Dynamics (8 Hrs) Direct kinematics of a manipulator. desirable features. mechanical/ vacuum / magnetic / adhesive grippers. modeling and control of a single joint. Euler angles. Functional classification. introduction to force control. Manipulator Control – Linear control of manipulators. (Mech). Need of vision in a robotic system. Unit IV End effectors. Gripper selection and design. Inverse kinematics. Accuracy and Repeatability. tools as end effectors. D-H parameters. Structure and classification.

..Control . Prentice Hall of India 2003. Mittal R. inspection and processing. McGraw Hill 131 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Robotic System design and applications Correlation between the robot design and the task to be performed. machine loading / unloading. “Introduction to Robotics – Mechanics and Control”. branching.. kinematic configuration. “Robotics . Nagel R. Lee C. WAIT. motion interpolation. C.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. position and force sensing. Odrey N. Programming and Applications” Groover M. “Robotics and Control”.. pneumatic and electrical actuators. structure. 2. Gonzalez R. J. Rev 0. Robot applications in material handling. Unit VI Self Study Robot programming. characteristics and comparison. Weiss M. Sensing.. Fu K. Text Books 1. subroutines. “Introduction to Robotics – Analysis. S. and Nagrath I. “Industrial Robotics . redundant and closed chain structures. 3. SIGNAL commands. lead through programming. Systems and Applications”. end effector and sensor commands. S. G. K. P. Pattern ‘E11’. McGraw Hill. Vision and Intelligence”. John J.. G.. Robot Operation: Hydraulic. 2003. DELAY. Craig. Manipulator Mechanism design. Issue 1. Saeed Niku.Technology.. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. dated 28/07/2012 . 2. Robot languages. Reference Books 1. assembly. N. Pearson Education Inc. motion. (Mech). Actuation schemes.

dated 28/07/2012 . Mechatronic system. • Application of the said fundamentals in some of the Thermodynamic systems from the perspective of theoretical development supported by hands on experience. feed back and feed forward control systems and their applications. Unit II System Models (7 Hrs) A. Comparison of characteristics of different pressure measuring devices. P + D. Issue 1. fluid and thermal systems. closed loop systems. proportional. Hydraulic mechanical Systems Unit III System Response (9 Hrs) A. transfer functions. dynamic response of first order.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Control systems Components: Transmitters. electrical. controllers/ pressure/ flow/level/ temperature/ limit/ proximity/ magnetic switches and relays. proportional + integral. Rev 0. Pressure measurement: Mcleod gauges. B. Transfer functions.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To expose the students to fundamentals of Thermodynamics based on which Thermodynamic systems work/operate. anemometer and comparison of characteristics of different flow meters. (Mech).E. 132 Structure and Syllabus of B. proportional + integral + derivative control actions. second order systems to step. Rotational and transnational systems. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42112 :: MECHATRONICS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Pattern ‘E11’. Unit I Introduction to Mechatronics (8 Hrs) A. electro – mechanical. B. ramp and impulse inputs. B. modeling of dynamic systems. mechanical systems. control systems and response of systems. stability of systems. measurement systems. introduction to mechanical. Control Systems: Open loop. hydraulic. Measurement systems : static characteristics Flow measurement: Rotameter. Control Actions: On–Off. System Response. Bode plots. Mathematical models.

S. Tata McGraw Hill. New Delhi. B. Reference Books 1. A/D and D/A converters. “Measurement System–Application and Design”. Pattern ‘E11’.. internal relays and counters. input/output processing.. Relay logic. New Delhi. “Instrumentation – Devices and Systems”. 555 timers. Kolk R.. 3.characteristics and specifications. sequential logic. Chand and Co. principle. JK flip flop. “Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems”. D flip flop. Ltd.. Tata McGraw Hill. flip flops. (Mech). S. N.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Mahalik N.. Hall A. 3. Histand B.. R. Prentice Hall Publication 133 Structure and Syllabus of B. noninverting. Rajput R. “Mechatronics Systems Design”. D. “Mechatronics–Electronics Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering”. and Shetty D. “Mechatronics – Principles. Analog signal processing: Introduction. 3. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. “Kinematic Linkage Design”. differentiator. New Delhi. shift resisters. passive circuits. concepts and applications”. “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”. Op – amp circuits for inverting. Manik D. Additional Reading 1. Doebelin E. G. A. master slave flip flop. O. “A Textbook of Mechatronics”. introduction to microcontroller.. S. timers. dated 28/07/2012 . Applications of flip flop. H. difference amplifiers. Tata McGraw Hill. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Unit IV Signal Processing (9 Hrs) A. Vikas Publishing Manual. 2. S. ladder diagram and programming. Delhi. K.) Digital Signal Processing: Timing diagrams. basic structure. comparator and sample and hold applications (no analytical treatment. Alciatore D. 2. and Mani V.. decade counters. 2. Schmitt trigger. P. Pearson – Education (Singapore) Pvt. integrator. Johnson C. Bolton W. Issue 1. operational amplifiers . Rangan C. New Delhi. Unit V Programming Logic Controllers (7 Hrs) A. Selection of PLCs... Ltd.E. Sarma G. Text Books 1. Rev 0. B.

EOQ. ABC Analysis. Pattern ‘E11’. Standard Form. Problems. B. Formulation of LP Problem. Duality. Solution of LPP using Duality concept. Economic Interpretation of Dual. dated 28/07/2012 . Integer Programming: Branch & bound. application. Unit IV Replacement Model & Theory of Games (8 Hrs) A. Solution using Simplex Method. cutting plane method. Inventory models: Classification. costs involved. Dynamic Programming: Introduction. Production Model with shortages. Case studies based on Integer Programming & Goal Programming. Goal Programming: Goal Programming-Definition. Quantity Discounts. (Mech). Solution of LPP using TORA & Solver in Excel. B. Sensitivity Analysis.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Issue 1. capital budgeting. Introduction.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To make the students understand the concepts & broad principles of contents of the course • Aim is to provide insight of the subject • Sensitizes the students of the importance of course in real life environment Unit I Linear Programming (8 Hrs) A. Unit III Inventory models & Dynamic Programming (8 Hrs) A. Production Model without shortages. 134 Structure and Syllabus of B. time value of money (a) remains same (b) changes with constant rates during period. Unit II Integer Programming and Goal Programming (8 Hrs) A. Rev 0. Purchase Model without shortages. Linear Programming. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42114 :: OPERATIONS RESEARCH Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: .E. Dual Simplex Method. Big M method Two phase method. Special Conditions in LPP. Case studies based on Inventory models & Dynamic Programming. different problems solved by dynamic programming. Replacement Model: Replacement of capital equipments that deteriorates with time. B. Purchase Model with shortages.

2. “Operations Research Theory and Application”. D. Group Replacement Policies. “Principles of Operations Research-Theory and Practice”. Simulation: Definition. Simulation software. Gupta & Hira. (Mech). Pearson Education Pvt. Issue 1. Games with pure and mixed strategies. Sultan Chand and Sons. Philips. Kedarnath Ramnath and Co. Rev 0. B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Kanthi Swarup. McGraw Hill 5th Edition 3. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Equipment renewal policy. Building Model on Simulation Software. “Operation Research and Introduction”. Chand & Co. Prentice Hall of India 2. Case studies on Replacement Models & Game Theory: L. ISBN-0333-92394-4 “Operations Research”. Game Theory: Game theory Introduction. “Operations Research”. “Operations Research”. Individual Replacement. Sharma J. Dominance property. A. K..E. Pattern ‘E11’. S. Text Books 1. 3.P. Ravindram and Soleberg. Monte Carlo Simulation.. dated 28/07/2012 . “Introduction to Operation Research”. B. Ltd . Application. Prentice Hall International 135 Structure and Syllabus of B. Solutions with Graphical methods. Poisson single and multi channel queuing system models: M/M/1 Model. approximation method.. minimax and maximin principle. Running the simulation. Unit V Queuing Theory & Simulation (8 Hrs) A. Paneerselvam. Understanding the results. M/Ek/1 Model. Taha H. Problems. Sharma S. “Operations Research”. M/M/C Model. Introduction. Additional reading 1. Terminology. Queuing Theory: Introduction. terminology. Hiller and Liebermann. Saddle Point. method. Reference Books 1. Applications of Simulation.2nd Edition. Two -person zero sum game. McMillian ISBN-0-02418940-5 2.

classification of errors and error analysis. input and output impedance.mechanical systems. calibration.E. B. • Understanding of basic components of feedback control system. voltmeters. PMMC galvanometer. Power measurement using wattmeters and energy meter.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: • Objectives: • Know the fundamentals of electrical measurement. B. Unit II Analog Indicating Instruments (8 Hrs) A. closed loop. Moving iron instruments. dead zone. (Mech). threshold. fundamentals of Measurements. Differential equations and Transfer functions. Conversion of Block Diagram to Signal Flow Graph. Issue 1. Basic Concepts of control systems with examples: Feed-back. • To study the standard inputs and response of first. Representation of physical Systems-electrical and mechanical translational systems systems. ammeters. dated 28/07/2012 . AC indicating instruments. second order systems. Pattern ‘E11’. Analog multimeter and measurements. Open-loop. self-balancing potentiometers. Rev 0.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. ohmmeters. Signal Flow graph. Unit III Introduction to control systems (8 Hrs) A. • Mapping with PEOs: Unit I Introduction to Measurement (8 Hrs) A. Modeling of mechanical rotational systems and electro. Static and Dynamic characteristics of instruments. DC Potentiometers. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42116 :: INSTRUMENTATION AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . B. DC measuring instruments. Problem on static characteristics. etc. Block Diagram Algebra. Unit IV Time domain analysis of control systems (8 Hrs) 136 Structure and Syllabus of B. loading effects. Problem on static voltmeters and ammeters. resolution. F-V and F-I analogies. hysteresis. Extension of voltmeter and ammeter ranges.

Impulse response of a system. first order systems. Prentice. Ogata K.. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”. “Network and Systems”. Reference Books 1. Hall of India. “Measurement System Application and Design”. 3. New age International Publishers India. O.. and Helfrick A. Determining value of gain for marginal stability gain and phase margins. Singapore. “Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. K. 3.. dynamic error coefficients. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering A. Kuo B. time domain specifications of first and second order systems. Pearson education India. New Age International. Bode Plot. Determination of transfer function from Bode plot. Response of first order systems to ramp input. Prentice Hall of India Publications. D. Cooper W. Issue 1. C. “Control Systems Engineering”. “Automatic control systems”. B. construction of actual and asymptotic Bode plots. static error coefficients.. Rev 0. 2. John Wiley and Sons. correlation between frequency and time domain specifications. Doebelin E.. Nagarth I. (Mech). Sawhney A. Text Books 1. dated 28/07/2012 .. Unit V Frequency domain analysis of control systems (8 Hrs) A. 2. and Gopal M. Pattern ‘E11’. Additional Reading 1. B. Inc. D Roy Choudary. “Modern Control Engineering”.E. Frequency response and frequency domain specifications. 2. stability analysis. McGraw-Hill International Publications. Dhanpat Rai and Sons Publications. Norman S. 137 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Control systems engineering”. D.. second order systems and their response to impulse and step inputs. Nise. J.

Gyro based Instruments.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.harmonic excitation.E. (Mech).. S. Static and dynamic balancing machines. precession. Concept of direct and reverse cranks. Study of an actual Dynamic balancing machine used for Automobile wheel alignment and balancing. logarithmic decrement . Concept of linear and non-linear systems. 138 Structure and Syllabus of B. excitation due to reciprocating and rotating unbalance. Rev 0. damped free vibrations . Study of an actual Single DOF System with and without damping. critically damped and under damped vibrations. gyroscopic couple. Unit IV Forced Damped Vibration (8 Hrs) A. B. initial conditions. Introduction to vibration: Elements of a vibratory system. Balancing: Balancing of rotating masses in one and several planes.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To Study dynamics of mechanical systems and machines. radial and Vee type. Unit III Free Vibration (8 Hrs) A. B. over damped . GYROSCOPE: Principles of gyroscopic action. Primary and secondary balancing analysis. Single degree of freedom system: Undamped free vibration. rectilinear and torsional forced vibrations --. Issue 1. degrees of freedom and modeling of a system. B. Forced Damped Vibration: Single degree of freedom system. Applications Unit II Balancing (8 Hrs) A. viscous damping and dry friction / Coulombs damping. aero plane and vehicles etc. Pattern ‘E11’. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40106 :: VIBRATION ANALYSIS Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: .M. equivalent spring.H. effect of gyroscopic couple on ships. dated 28/07/2012 . natural frequency. Unit I Gyroscope (8 Hrs) A. balancing of reciprocating masses in single and multi cylinder engines—inclined. magnification factor. damper and inertia for linear and torsional systems.

Hannah and Stephans. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”. Unit V Vibration Measurements and Whirling of Shafts (8 Hrs) A. natural frequencies and mode shapes. J. Nem Chand and Bros 3. S. 3. Khurmi.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Damped and undamped systems. “Theory of Machines” Thomas Bevan. and Uicker J.. vibration meter. Meirovitch. periodic motion and Fourier analysis. stiffness and mass matrix. B. Tata McGraw Hill Additional Reading 1. Text Books 1. Two Degrees of Freedom System Free Vibrations: Introduction.. W. New York. “Elements of Mechanical Vibrations”. vibration isolation. Issue 1. characteristics matrix and determinant. exciters. force and motion transmissibility. elastic and inertial couplings. phase angle. “Mechanical Vibrations”. dated 28/07/2012 . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering resonance. Schaum Publishing Co. Ltd 139 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Theory of Machines” R. K. McGraw Hill Inc 2. Reference Books 1.. 2. Ghosh and Malik. World Student Series. Introduction to vibration monitoring of machines. “Mechanical Vibrations”. Shigley J. Edward Aronold Publication 3. orthogonality of mode shapes. B. principal coordinates. Critical Speed: whirling of horizontal and vertical shafts carrying single rotor. FFT Spectrum Analyzer. 2. Seto W. Pattern ‘E11’. acceleration. Khanna Publications. Rao S. Measurement of displacement. Study of an actual Multi DOF System with and without damping. frequency and damping. base excitation. S.E.. Grover G. Rev 0. two and three rotor system. East West Pvt. “Mechanics of Machines”. “Theory of Mechanism and Machines”. CBS Publications. International Edition . velocity. (Mech). Formulation of equations. Addison Wiley Publishing Co. Different types of pick-ups. E. “Mechanical Vibrations”.

Single stage compression with two evaporators. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40108 :: REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING Credits: 03 Teaching Scheme: . Pattern ‘E11’. Unit V (8 Hrs) 140 Structure and Syllabus of B. two stage compression with liquid intercooler Unit II Vapour Absorption System (8 Hrs) Introduction. simple vapour absorption system. use of p-h charts. Unit IV Components o Refrigeration ad Air Conditioning System (8 Hrs) Centrifugal. (Mech). Rev 0. • To learn about different refrigerants and concept of ODP. flooded and direct expansion evaporators. Issue 1. automatic expansion valves. COP of an ideal vapour absorption system. practical vapour absorption system. actual vapour compression cycle and method to improve COP of SSS Vapour Compression Cycle. capillary tubes. thermostatic expansion valves. Introduction to multistage compression systems Classification. Montreal protocol.Theory 3 Hrs/Week Prerequisites: Nil Objectives: • To learn fundamental concepts of practical refrigeration and air conditioning systems and their load calculation. effect of operating parameters on VCC. Unit I Simple Vapour Compression System (8 Hrs) Limitations of Carnot and Reversed Brayton Cycle. alternative refrigerants for CFC’s and HCFC’s ozone depletion potential (ODP) Global warming potential (GWP). water ammonia system.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. GWP. development of vapour compression cycle (VCC). TEWI. Kyoto protocol. and lithium bromide absorption system Unit III Refrigerants (8 Hrs) Desirable properties of refrigerants. Total equivalent warming impact (TEWI).E. classification of refrigeration. scroll compressors. dated 28/07/2012 . secondary refrigerants. air and water cooled condensers.

“Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. Chand Publication (Fifth edition) 2. Arora C. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. use of Psychrometric chart Psychrometric processes. P.. Wiley Eastern Limited Reference Books 1.. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. bypass factor of coil. New Delhi Additional Reading 1. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. Unitary and Central air-conditioning plants. Alternative refrigerants. evaporative cooling.. Tata McGraw Hill Co. “Energy approach to Air-conditioning”.. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Psychrometry Introduction. Tata McGraw Hills Co. Dossat Ray J. Pattern ‘E11’. Edward Pita. S. Gupta J. and Domkundwar S. dated 28/07/2012 . adiabatic saturation temp. C. New Delhi 2. Anantanrayanan. K. Manohar Prasad. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. 141 Structure and Syllabus of B. Wiley Eastern Limited 3. Thermodynamics of human body with environment Unit VI Self Study Introduction to multi-stage compression and evaporation.. Text Books 1. Issue 1. Temperature switch. Dhanpatrai and Sons..BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. (Mech). New Delhi 3. Arora S. Khurmi R. Rev 0. Psychrometric properties. Wiley Eastern Ltd.. S.E.

Rev 0. Calculation of the temperature distribution in one dimensional fin 9. Calculation of nodal displacement and the internal member forces for beam members.. “Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis”. E. J. “Finite Element Analysis-thermo mechanics of solids”. “Textbook Of Finite Element Analysis”.. John Wiley and Sons New York. “Finite Element Method-Linear Static and Dynamic Finite Element Analysis”. dated 28/07/2012 . Calculation of the temperature distribution through composite wall 10.. New York. 6. (Mech). Seshu P. New York.. R. Prentice Hall of India. Calculation of eigen values and eigen vectors for the one dimensional vibration problem 11. Nicholson David W: New York. 2007 3. Text Books 1. Mcgraw Hill Inc. 2003...E. Dover Pub. 3. 2. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42202 :: FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Segerlind L. 142 Structure and Syllabus of B. John Wiley and Sons. Buchanan G. Issue 1. Use of Galerkin’s method for axisymmetric problems 12. 2. Integral formulation for numerical solution by variational or Galerkin’s method Analysis of simply supported beam by weighted residual method Analysis of simply supported beam by direct stiffness method Evaluation of shape functions for linear triangular element Evaluation of shape functions for bilinear rectangular element Evaluation of element matrices for heat transfer from two dimensional fin Solution of the torsion problem for a square shaft using triangular/rectangular elements 8. Reference Books 1. Pattern ‘E11’. 2. 1994. 7.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Cook R D. 5. Malkus D. “Applied Finite Element Analysis”.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1.. New York. “Theory and Problems of Finite Element Analysis”. CRC Press. New Delhi. S. 3. 4. and Plesha M. Hughes Thomas J.

dated 28/07/2012 . New Delhi. Allahabad. “Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis”. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication Co. New Delhi. 3. Rev 0.. 2. Tata Mcgraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd. Rajasekaran S. “Schaum's Otlines Finite Element analysis”. Hutton David V. Issue 1. Pattern ‘E11’. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering Additional Reading 1.. Buchanan George R. 143 Structure and Syllabus of B. (Mech). “Finite Element Analysis in Engineering Design”.. Wheeler Publication.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.

“Operations Research: Applications and Algorithms”. 2. Pattern ‘E11’. Mohan Joshi and Kannan Moudgalya. Singiresu S. Delhi.. 3. Winston W. (Mech)..BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Bombay. “Methods of Optimization”. Numerical examples on Lagrangian multiplier method of constrained multivariable optimization 7. Secant Method) 4. Text Books 1. Walsh G. G. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42204 :: OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUES Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Numerical examples on linearization method of constrained multivariable optimization 9. Wiley. 3. Modeling by evolutionary algorithm (GA /Fuzzy logic/Neural Network). Numerical examples on single variable optimization by bracketing method (Interval halving. “Engineering Optimization”. Rajasekaran G. Newton Raphson. Numerical examples on single variable optimization by open method (Single fixed point iteration. New Age International (P) Ltd... Issue 1. Duxbury Press. Numerical examples on conjugate gradient method of two dimensional optimization 5. PHI. 144 Structure and Syllabus of B. Numerical examples on steepest descent method of two dimensional optimization 6. Fuzzy Logic. Bombay.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1. 2. Numerical examples on linear programming: Simplex Method 10. Reference Books 1. Rev 0. L. A.E. “Neural Networks. Fibonacci) 3. Numerical examples based on constrained extrema 2. Numerical examples on direct search method of constrained multivariable optimization 8.. Narosa Publishing House. Vijaylakshmi Pai. “Optimization: concepts and application engineering”. Pearson Education Asia. Golden Search. Rao. “Optimization: Theory and Practice”. Ashok Belegundu and Tirupathi Chandrupatla. and Genetic Algorithms: Synthesis and Applications”. dated 28/07/2012 . R.

“Rapid Prototyping: Principles and Applications”. 145 Structure and Syllabus of B. Gebhardt A. Springer.. Rev 0. McGraw Hill Publication Ltd. 9. 10. F.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1. 6. Springer. K. 3. 3. Hanser Publisher. Pvt. 13. Issue 1. Springer. 3. (Mech).). Vinesh Raja and Kiran J. 4.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 5. S. 8. 2. “Rapid Prototyping: Principles and Applications”.. Reference Books 1. Ltd.E. Rafiq Noorani. 2. Additional Books: 1. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42206 :: REVERSE ENGINEERING AND RAPID PROTOTYPING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Pattern ‘E11’. Fernandes (Eds. Kamrani Ali K. 7. Rosen and Brent Stucker. 12. and Lim C.. and Emad Abouel Nasr. “Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Rapid Prototyping to Direct Digital Manufacturing”. 2. Wiley Pub Ltd. “Engineering Design and Rapid Prototyping”. 11.. dated 28/07/2012 . Ingle Kathryn A. David W. “Reverse Engineering: An Industrial Perspective”. “Rapid Prototyping”. Ian Gibson. “Reverse Engineering”. Study of Rapid Prototyping Process Chain Study of Slicing Algorithm Study of Rapid Prototyping Data Formats Study of any one Liquid-Based Rapid Prototyping System Study of any one Solid-Based Rapid Prototyping System Study of any one Powder-Based Rapid Prototyping System Study of Reverse Engineering Software A Review of Non-Contact Based RE Systems A Review of Contact Based RE Systems Case Study in Mesh Reconstruction and Surface Fitting A Survey of applications of Rapid prototyping A Survey of applications of Reverse Engineering Study of Polymers used in Rapid Prototyping Text Books 1. World Scientific Publishing Co. Chua C. Leong K.

Universities Press India Ltd. 146 Structure and Syllabus of B.. Geoffrey Gordon. Tata McGraw Hill. Simulation of a single-server queue 5. 2. Pattern ‘E11’. “Computer Simulation of Flow and Heat Transfer”.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Issue 1. “Computer Simulation of Compression-Ignition Engine Processes”. Simulation of a two-server queue 6. Ganesan V.E. Ross. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42208 :: SIMULATION OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Law A. Study and use of any one shareware/free code software available on simulation. S. Simulation of a servo system 2. Elsevier Publication. Prentice Hall of India. Simulation of Forecasting Problem 8. Prentice Hall of India. Sheldon M. Deo Narsingh.. “System Simulation”. Reference Books 1. (Mech). Forecasting and regression analysis 9. Ghoshdastidar P. Kelton W. Monte-Carlo simulation 4. Academic Press. 3. M. Text Books 1.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials: 1. 2.. “Simulation”. Rev 0. D. Simulation of a water reservoir system 3. McGraw Hill Inc New York. “Simulation Modeling and Analysis”. Design and Evaluation of Simulation Experiment 10. dated 28/07/2012 . Simulation of an inventory problem 7.. “System Simulation with Digital Computer”. 3.

Pearson Education Inc. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42210 :: ROBOTICS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: .Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1. McGraw Hill 147 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Introduction to Robotics – Mechanics and Control”. Mittal R. K. 2. 6. Reference Books 1. Problems on Problems on Homogeneous transforms Problems on forward Kinematics Problems on inverse kinematics Problems on Lagrange – Euler formulation Problems on Path Generation Robot Programming 1Hr 2Hr 3Hr 2Hr 2Hr 2Hr Text Books 1. John J..E.Technology.. Nagel R. P. 4. C. “Introduction to Robotics – Analysis. Rev 0. McGraw Hill. Vision and Intelligence”.Control .BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. S. Pattern ‘E11’. Sensing. J. G. 3. “Robotics . Fu K.. 2.. “Robotics and Control”. (Mech). Weiss M. dated 28/07/2012 . Programming and Applications” Groover M.. 5. Craig. “Industrial Robotics . N. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. G.. Gonzalez R. 2. Lee C. S. Systems and Applications”. Saeed Niku. 2003.. Prentice Hall of India 2003. Issue 1. 3. and Nagrath I. Odrey N..

Chand and Co. Demonstration on verification of P. Sarma G.. 2. Ltd. Additional Reading 1. Assignment on Study of A/D and D/A converters. N.E. Rajput R. D. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. position control or any other mechanical engineering application. Assignment on Displacement measurement/ level measurement. 2. Ltd. “Measurement System–Application and Design”. Pattern ‘E11’. Issue 1. Delhi... “Instrumentation – Devices and Systems”. New Delhi. P. New Delhi. Assignment on Load Cells.. Assignment on Calibration of flow meters. 3. and Shetty D. “Mechatronics Systems Design”. K.. (Mech). H. “Kinematic Linkage Design”. A. P+D. 8. 6. Mahalik N. “Mechatronics – Principles. Demonstration of Vibration measurement using accelerometers. O.Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1. Bolton W. S. “Introduction to Mechatronics and Measurement Systems”. Tata McGraw Hill... 7.. Johnson C.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rev 0. 2. Text Books 1. 2. P+I+D control actions. Hall A. S. Tata McGraw Hill. S. 3. Histand B. R. P+I. Assignment on Thermocouples/ RTD. Alciatore D. Rangan C. Analysis of control system using software like MATLAB/SIMULINK or equivalent. Pearson – Education (Singapore) Pvt. Tata McGraw Hill. concepts and applications”.. Doebelin E. Assignment on development of ladder diagram/programming PLC for level control.. New Delhi. Prentice Hall Publication 148 Structure and Syllabus of B. Vikas Publishing Manual. dated 28/07/2012 . Manik D. and Mani V. G. Kolk R. 5. 3. 9. “Process Control Instrumentation Technology”. 4. “A Textbook of Mechatronics”. S. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42212 :: MECHATRONICS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Reference Books 1. “Mechatronics–Electronics Control Systems in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering”. New Delhi. 3.

Tutorial 1 Hr/Week Objectives: • Same as theory course List of Tutorials 1. Two assignments from unit 1 Two assignments from unit 2 Two assignments from unit 3 Two assignments from unit 4 Two assignments from unit 5 Two assignments from unit 6 149 Structure and Syllabus of B. Issue 1. 4.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rev 0. Pattern ‘E11’.E. dated 28/07/2012 . 6. 3. (Mech). 2. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42214 :: OPERATIONS RESEARCH Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . 5.

9.. Norman S. D. (Mech). 7. “Modern Control Engineering”. McGraw-Hill Pub. 3. Additional Reading 1. Assignment on Power measurement using wattmeters and energy meter. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME42216 :: INSTRUMENTATION AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Problems on static characteristics.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. Nise. Ogata K. 3. Assignment on Response of first order systems to ramp input. Assignment on Error analysis and Calibration. “Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques”.mechanical systems.. Prentice Hall of India Publications. manufacturing companies globally. Nagarth I. John Wiley and Sons. C. Assignment on Modeling of mechanical rotational systems and electro. New Age International. dated 28/07/2012 . Problems on static voltmeters and ammeters and extension of ranges Report on multimeters: Their types. Sawhney A. their specifications and applications. New age International Publishers India. Singapore. 2. Issue 1. Rev 0. Problems on Differential equations and Transfer functions. Pearson education India. Kuo B.. “Network and Systems”. K. and Gopal M. Hall of India. Pattern ‘E11’.. “Measurement System Application and Design”.. Assignment on determining value of gain for marginal stability gain and phase Text Books 1. O. D.E. Assignment on Conversion of Block Diagram to Signal Flow Graph. 150 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Control Systems Engineering”. J. “Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation”. 5. “Control systems engineering”. 6. Inc. 2. 10. Doebelin E. 2. 2. 4. Prentice. dynamic error coefficients.Tutorial 1 Hrs/Week Objectives: • List of Tutorials 1. “Automatic control systems”. and Helfrick A. 8.. Dhanpat Rai and Sons Publications. Cooper W. 3. D Roy Choudary. Reference Books 1.

S. Experiment on vibration measurement. 7. flywheel. 8. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40306 :: VIBRATION ANALYSIS Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . World Student Series. To determine resonance frequency of transverse vibration of beam. Nem Chand and Bros 3. To determine critical speed of single rotor system. 2. 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. To verify natural frequency of torsional vibration of two rotor system and position of node. magnitude. 5. E. To determine the frequency response curve under different damping conditions for single degree freedom system of vibration. (e. K. S. Text Books 1.. J. Ltd 151 Structure and Syllabus of B. “Mechanical Vibrations”. “Theory of Machines” R. Edward Aronold Publication 3. “Theory of Machines and Mechanisms”.Laboratory 2 hrs/week Objectives: • To Study dynamics of mechanical systems and machines List of Practical 1. 2. and Uicker J. Schaum Publishing Co. To study shock absorbers and to plot transmissibility curve. East West Pvt. Meirovitch. Pattern ‘E11’. CBS Publications. dated 28/07/2012 .. To study the dynamic balancing machine and to balance a rotor. To determine the natural frequency of damped vibration of single degree freedom system and to find its damping coefficient. New York. g. Verification of principle of gyroscope and gyroscopic couple. 6. (Mech). McGraw Hill Inc 2. “Mechanical Vibrations”. Khanna Publications. W. “Theory of Machines” Thomas Bevan. Tata McGraw Hill Additional Reading 1. 10.. rotor of electric motor. International Edition . Issue 1.E. Study of any two gyro controlled instruments. Rao S.. Khurmi. Addison Wiley Publishing Co. fan etc. 9. 3. Ghosh and Malik. “Mechanical Vibrations”. 3. “Mechanics of Machines”. “Elements of Mechanical Vibrations”. “Theory of Mechanism and Machines”. Rev 0.) 4. Grover G. Hannah and Stephans. Seto W. Reference Books 1. Shigley J.

“Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. Gupta J. Dhanpatrai and Sons. Visit to any refrigeration or air conditioning plant.E. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. 3.. “Energy approach to Air-conditioning”. S. Analysis of psychrometric processes (any two). “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. Trial on air conditioning test rig. 6. P. Chand Publication (Fifth edition) 2. 2. Tata McGraw Hills Co. Text Books 1.. 152 Structure and Syllabus of B. New Delhi Additional Reading 1. Study of ice plant. Issue 1. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. Anantanrayanan. Arora S. Study of different types of evaporators and condensers. Tata McGraw Hill Co. dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech). Study of compressors. 9. Wiley Eastern Limited Reference Books 1. 7. C... Pattern ‘E11’. Study of alternative refrigerants.Laboratory 2 Hrs/Week Objectives: • To get hands on experience on test rigs to measure performance • To analyze the parameters for selecting devices for refrigeration and airconditioning. New Delhi 2. Arora C.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. “Refrigeration and Air conditioning”. K. 10. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Khurmi R. 5. Study of central air conditioning system.. . 4. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME40308 :: REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING Credits: 01 Teaching Scheme: . Study of vapour absorption system.New Delhi 3. and Domkundwar S. Rev 0. Edward Pita. Wiley Eastern Limited 3. List of Practical 1. Manohar Prasad. S. Trial on vapour compression test rig. Dossat Ray J. 8.

A report containing maximum 50 pages shall be submitted based on the background. test rigs/ equipments. robotic and automation systems. To train the students to plan. CAD/CAM/CAE Modelling/simulation of product(s). study of literature and basic theory. (Mech).E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Figures and tables shall be on separate pages and attached at respective positions. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ME47304 :: PROJECT STAGE-III Credits: 6 • • Teaching Scheme: .Practical 3 Hrs/Week Objectives: To train the students to apply their engineering knowledge to real life problem solving. • When a group of students is doing a project. need and scope of the project. Experimental set ups. 153 Structure and Syllabus of B. machines. • References shall be mentioned at the end followed by appendices (if any). Issue 1. Thermal Systems Energy audit/conservation studies Extensive computational analysis of problems relevant to mechanical engineering. and work completed (if any). project specifications. and prototypes based on new ideas. Rev 0. Each group of students shall submit two copies of reports to the institute and one copy shall be prepared for each individual student. Project title and approval sheets shall be attached at the beginning of the report followed by index and synopsis of the project. Pattern ‘E11’. Guidelines: • • • Report shall be typed or printed. implement and execute project work so as to satisfy the stated objectives of the project The project work could be of the following nature: Design/development and Fabrication of models. names of all the students shall be included on every certified report copy. mechanism(s) or system(s) and its validation or comparison with available bench marks / results The project work shall be taken up individually or in a group consisting of not more than 4 students. activities involved in the project and activity plan. dated 28/07/2012 .

dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’. Rev 0. Pune – 411 037 ACADEMIC INFORMATION Department of Mechanical Engineering 154 Structure and Syllabus of B.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. (Mech).E. Issue 1.

For a typical 3 hour Mid Semester Examination.M. 20 multiple choice based questions to be attempted in 30 minutes x no. For auto generation of every theory course result out of 20 and dispatch of the marks on student mobile and mail ID as well as parent mail ID.E. seat allocation. Issue 1. Fast Track. (Mech). 3. 155 Structure and Syllabus of B. dated 28/07/2012 . log in procedure if any. 6. A visual alarm / flash would be given 10 minutes before completion of 150 minutes as a warning. Mid Semester Examination will be based on Unit II & Unit III. 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.E.. There will be one mark for each correct answer and (-) 0. Pattern ‘E11’... 5. Rev 0. A timer indicating time remaining to be provided by ERP. Minor. 8.25 marks for every wrong answer.E. record keeping. 20 questions in 30 minutes for Honors. first 15 minutes would be used for student attendance. Students reporting in morning slot will have examination in morning slot. No repeat examination under any circumstances. Next 150 minutes for actual examination.E. Those in evening slot will have examination in evening slot. A scrambled mix of questions will be generated through software. 4.E. 15 minutes for processing & results.e. T. 100 questions in 150 minutes for F. of theory courses i.B. 80 questions in 120 minutes for S.E.. etc. etc. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering A) ACADEMIC INFORMATION Mid Semester Examination 1. 7..

Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering B) Seminar – Conduct. Attendance during Semester – 10 marks 2. etc. 5. Review – II : The last week of November (Optional) 3.E. Review – I: during Mid Semester Examination (Compulsory) as per the Academic Calendar. For poor performing students identified by the examination panel. Relevance of Seminar topic – 10 marks 4. Literature review – 10 marks 6. dated 28/07/2012 . Pattern ‘E11’. deduction of 10 marks will take place. Question & answer Session – 15 marks --------------100 marks ========= 156 Structure and Syllabus of B. 2. Seminar is an individual activity with separate topic and presentation. Rev 0. Seminar– (T.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.. Issue 1. For Review II. a second review to be taken.Semester I) 1. (Mech). 4. Technical contents – 10 marks 7. Timely Abstract submission – 10 marks 5. Presentation – 25 marks 8. Review II optional for other students. Duration of presentation – 20 minutes Question and answer session – 10 minutes Seminar Evaluation Scheme : 1. Attendance during Seminar presentation self & peer – 10 marks 3.E. Evaluation.

Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering C) Equivalence For the courses belonging to 2008 structure counseling sessions for failure students will be arranged. The previous examination scheme i.e. Counseling + Administration + Examination charges will be the basis for fees considered for such students. Rev 0. The Head of Department will appoint faculty identified as subject experts as counselors. Issue 1.A. Class Test – 10 marks T. through Home assignment – 10 marks A written paper MSE – 30 marks A written paper ESE – 50 marks Will be followed. The entire processing based on 2008 structure related coding scheme will be followed.E. dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech). Pattern ‘E11’.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 157 Structure and Syllabus of B.

Consideration of all courses registered for during that Semester of Academic Year for SPI calculation. (b) or (c) the candidate cannot register for more than 8 credits. In any case the student has to pay the college fees for four years.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. 158 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. (Mech). This fast track facility would enable the student to undergo an industrial training. 1. dated 28/07/2012 . (b) Student planning to take extra courses as a fast track opportunity – Administration. The phasewise development and completion of project activity cannot be considered at an accelerated pace under fast track scheme. Rev 0. research contribution in I. processing and examination charges will be considered. The registration for such courses is subject to permission given by the Chairman BOS of the Board in the purview of which the subject is identified. an exchange programme.T. under scheme such as KVPY without any academic compromises for credit transfer. Pattern ‘E11’.0 or above and no backlog for consideration of registration to an additional course. The registration under fast track is subject to having a CPI 8. Issue 1. Such students will be expected to pay charges equivalent to re-registration (proportionate credit based payment). (c) Students opting for earning extra credits by selection of courses in addition to the courses prescribed by respective BOS which are single Semester activities and not the part of Honors / Minor scheme. That GPA will not be clubbed with the other regular courses for SPI. CPI calculation. For part (c) a separate grade & GPA will be calculated.I. A suitable reflection of completion of the said course will be made in the candidate’s Grade statement. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering D) Extra Credits A student planning to take extra credits may be considered under following categories : (a) A student carrying a backlog and re-registering for the previous course – Reregistration charges as applicable. Such permissions will be given based on meeting with prerequisite subject. 2. In any case (a).

For subjects S1. (Mech). 3 for subject S3/ S4/ S5 (if applicable) must be submitted. 9. Home Assignment No.E.e. 1. S4 & S5 (if any). S2.HA4 12 S1 / S2 – HA5 13 S3 / S4 / S5* . Issue 1. S3. part B of every theory course syllabus. The Saturday or last working day will be the default deadline for submission of Home Assignment of that week. the composition of the Teacher Assessment marks will be as follows : 159 Structure and Syllabus of B. *S5 can be OE1 / OE2 / OE3 / Honors/ Minor / Re-registration category (a) / Category (b) / Category (c).HA1 6 S1 / S2 – HA2 7 S3 / S4 / S5* . For example by the Saturday ending Week No. Pattern ‘E11’. Rev 0. dated 28/07/2012 .HA2 8 S1 / S2 – HA3 9 S3 / S4 / S5* .HA3 10 S1 / S2 – HA4 11 S3 / S4 / S5* . Activity 1 No Home Assignments 2 No Home Assignments 3 No Home Assignments 4 S1 / S2 – HA1 5 S3 / S4 / S5* . Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering E) Home Assignment A Home Assignment Calendar for Semester is prepared as under: Week No.HA5 14 No Home Assignments 15 No Home Assignments 16 No Home Assignments The Home Assignments will be based on the self study component i.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.

S5 without Tutorial Home Assignment 30 marks 30 marks Tutorial 30 marks Test 30 marks 30 marks 10 marks 10 marks (b) 75% to 90% 5 marks 5 marks (c) <75% 0 marks 0 marks Attendance : (a) > 90% 100 marks converted to 70 marks converted to 15 15 marks marks Explanation : 1. 2.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.S4. 3. Issue 1. 160 Structure and Syllabus of B. Attendance percentage to be calculated at the end of Semester after completing all lectures as per the lesson plan. Final assessment out of 30 marks for Tutorial. Class Test marks are to be entered immediately as mentioned in Academic Calendar. Pattern ‘E11’.S2 with Tutorial S3. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering S1. Class Test to be conducted during a regular theory class within the time period mentioned in the Academic Calendar.E. dated 28/07/2012 . 4. (Mech). Tutorials to be conducted with continuous assessment throughout the Semester. Rev 0.

Issue 1. if any should be carried out in the earlier part of the Semester.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Group formation. Laboratory – 2 Hrs / week For F. The objectives behind the Mini Project are: 1. discussion with faculty advisor. Head of Department to appoint Mini Project Guides. & T. (Mech). 2 credits will be awarded to the candidate after the viva voce and project demonstration at the End of Semester. formation of the Semester Mini Project statement. Academic occupancy Mini Project will be based on all subjects of that Semester except GP. The Assessment Scheme will be: (a) Continuous Assessment 50 marks (b) End Semester 50 marks --------------100 marks 161 Structure and Syllabus of B.E. The Semester Mini Project will be for a group of 3 to 5 students. dated 28/07/2012 . students in every Semester a Mini Project be carried out. S. Rev 0.E. Pattern ‘E11’. 1. Scope for creativity 2.. Hands on experience 3.E. The students are expected to utilize the laboratory resources before or after their contact hours as per the prescribed module.E. resource requirement. Tutorial – 0 . 2. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering F) Mini Project Teaching Scheme: Theory – 0 .

dated 28/07/2012 . (Mech). 162 Structure and Syllabus of B. Rev 0. Pattern ‘E11’. Issue 1.E.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. The evaluation of Project Stage I will be as follows: Group formation & attendance / reporting to guide 20 marks Topic finalization / Statement 20 marks Literature Survey 20 marks Abstract 20 marks Presentation 20 marks Project Stage II and Project Stage III evaluations will be based on Department specific norms. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering ========== G) Project Stage I Evaluation The project activity is broken in 3 stages: The Project Stage I will be in T.E Semester II irrespective of student module.

Pattern ‘E11’. / week and a plan of 12 practicals). The credit to be awarded as per the ISA and ESA guidelines for the compulsory lab courses. Honors / Minors Project – Maximum Credits – 2 (Project Topic and Scope. The topic Selection is to be approved by the honors / minor co-ordinator.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology.Maximum Credits – 1 (Seminar to be given on a topic consistent with the scope of the Honors or Minor.) d. Seminar . The assessment and evaluation scheme would as per the guidelines used for Technical Seminar at UG level by respective Dept. (Mech).2 (for award of 1 Credit the lab course would have a teaching scheme of 2 Hrs. Industrial Training – Maximum credits – 4 163 Structure and Syllabus of B. dated 28/07/2012 . Research publication – Maximum Credits – 1 (Research Publication in a Magazine / Transaction / Journal as decided by the honors / minor co-ordinator) c. b. Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering H) Composition for Selection of 5 Credits for Honors / Minor Course (A) Comprehensive Viva Voce – Compulsory at the end of Semester VIII – 1 Credit (B) Elective Component a.) e. Laboratory courses – Maximum Credits .E. Rev 0. The topic Selection is to be approved by the honors / minor co-ordinator. The assessment would as per the guidelines and evaluation scheme used for Project Work at UG level by respective Dept. its progress and final assessment consistent with the scope of the Honors or Minor. Issue 1.

) Note : a. meeting with the assessment and evaluation requirements c. No Industrial Training less than 4 weeks be considered for award of 1 Credit d. approved by the honors / minor co-ordinator & Head of Department. The assessment would as per the guidelines and evaluation scheme used for Industrial Training at UG level by respective Dept. Issue 1.BRACT’S Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. Rev 0. 4 Credits would be awarded to the students for a complete 12 Week Industrial Training and meeting with the assessment and evaluation requirements b. (Mech). Pune – 411 037 Department of Mechanical Engineering (An Industrial Training in an Industry identified by the student. Pattern ‘E11’. No cumulative addition of Industrial Training period would be considered for award of credits The student is expected to earn 1 Credit from Part (A) and remaining 4 Credits from Part (B) 164 Structure and Syllabus of B. A 4 week or 8 week Industrial Training may also be offered. dated 28/07/2012 . 2 credits will be awarded for 8 week Industrial Training and 1 Credit would be awarded to the students for a 4 Week Industrial Training.E. Provision can be made for the students unable to procure a 12 week Industrial Training.