Syllabus for B.

Tech (Mechanical Engineering) up to Fourth year
University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur

SEMESTER - III
Applied Thermodynamics
ME 301
Contacts : 4L
Module
No.
I

Syllabus

1.
2.

3.
II

III
IV
V

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

VI
10

Contact
Hrs
Review of fundamentals; Heat and work, First law for unsteady flow system
3
Pure Substance, Properties of pure substance; Phases of pure substances- Phase
6
rule; Phase Change Processes of Pure Substances – triple pt., critical pt.; Property
diagrams of Phase change Processes; P-V-T surface for phase change;
The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics; the corollaries & their proofs; the property of
6
entropy; entropy change of a pure substance; Tds equations and calculation of
entropy change; concept and uses of entropy; The second law of thermodynamics
for an open system.
Reversible work and irreversibility
2
Maxwell relations, Joule Thompson co-efficient
2
I.C.Engine, Air Standard cycles; Otto, Diesel, Dual Combustion
6
Reciprocating air compressors; the compressor cycle with and without clearance,
3
efficiencies; volumetric efficiency & its effect on performance
Vapour power cycles & its modifications, Reheat & Regenerative cycle for steam,
3
Binary cycle and cogeneration
Refrigeration cycles, reversed carnot cycle; components and analysis of simple
3
vapour compression Refrigeration cycle, Actual Refrigeration cycles
Use of psychometric charts & processes for air conditioning
2
Total
36hrs
Property tables of real substances - compressed liquid, saturated, wet &
2
superheated vapour.
the entropy generation principle
1
Energy analysis, , Energy change of a system, 2nd Law efficiency.
Clapeyron Equation
1
Multistaging. Vapour Absorption Refrigeration cycle.
Total

Books recommended:
1. Engineering Thermodynamics - P.K Chattopadyay, OUP
2. Fundamentals of Thermodynamics - 6e by Sonntag, Borgnakke & Van Wylen, John Wiley.
3. Engineering Thermodynamics-4e by P.K .Nag, TMH
4. Thermodynamics- an Engineering approach - 6e, Cengel & Boles,TMH
5. Engineering Thermodynamics- M. Achyuthan, PHI
6. Basic Engineering Thermodynamics- R. Joel, 5th ed, Pearson
7. Engineering Thermodynamics (Indian edition) – Russel & Adeliyi, OUP
8. Thermodynamics (Schaum’s) –2nd ed, Potter & Somerton, TMH

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Syllabus for B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) up to Fourth year
University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur

Strength of Materials
ME 302
Contact per week: 4L
Module
No.
I

Syllabus
1

II

III

IV
V

VI

VII
VIII
IX

5

Contact
Hrs
1

Concept of mechanics of deformable solids; concept of stress developed against
external force/pressure; brief review of normal and shearing stress and strain
Deformation of axially loaded members, statically determinate and indeterminate
4
problems.
Strain energy in tension and compression
1
Analysis of Biaxial stresses-Mohr’s circle for biaxial stress; concept of normal
6
stress, principal stress and pure shear. Shear strain and shear strain energy. Stresses
in thin walled pressure vessels- tangential and Hoop stress.
Relation between shear modulus and Young’s modulus.
Stresses in beams; shear force (SF), axial force and bending moment (BM);
7
differential relations for BM, SF and load; SF and BM diagrams; bending stresses
in straight beams –symmetric loading; stresses in beams of various cross sections;
stresses in built-up beams
Torsion of a circular shaft, shear energy in torsion. Concept of closed and open
4
coiled helical springs, Stresses and deflection of helical springs under axial pull
Deflection of statically determinate and indeterminate beams due to bending
7
moment, Area-moment method, Strain energy method- Catigliano’s theorem,
superposition method
Theory of columns; eccentric loading of short strut; column buckling: Euler load
6
for columns with pinned ends and other end restraints; emperical column formulae
– (i) straight line,
Total : 36hrs
beams of different materials
1hr
differential equation of elastic line
Euler’s curve; (ii) parabolic and (iii) Rankine Gordon.
1hr
2hrs

NB. : Teachers to note that they have to teach Module No. : I to VI in great details.
Books Recommended
1. Elements of Strength of Materials by Timoshenko & Young, 5th Ed.- East west press.
2. Introduction to Solid Mechanics by Shames & Pitarresi, 3rd Ed., Prentice Hall India.
3. Mechanics of Materials by Beer & Johnston, TMH
4. Engineering Mechanics of Solids by E.P. Popov; 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall India

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ME 303(A) : Materials Science and Metallography Theory
Contacts : 3L
Nature and properties of materials : Crystal structures and lattices, crystal imperfections, slip and
dislocations, plastic deformation, phase diagrams, solidification and structure of metals and alloys,
Iron-carbon diagram, various types of bonds, mechanical, magnetic and electronic properties, binary
phase equilibrium characteristics of alloy, ternary phase diagram.
Metallography : Study of microstructure
Powder Metallurgy
Heat treatment processes - general classifications, various heat treatment of steels, properties and
applications of alloy steels, tool steels, stainless steels and cast iron, different heat treatment furnaces.
Hot and cold working of metals, recovery, recrystallisation and grain growth.
Fracture, fatigue and creep phenomenon in metallic materials.
Non-ferrous materials - Copper and Aluminium based alloys.
Mechanical, Magnetic, Electrical and Electronic properties of metals, alloys, ceramics,
semiconductors and composites.
References :
1. Material Science and Engineering by V.Raghavan, Prentice Hall.
2. Introduction to Engineering Materials by B.K.Agarwal, TMH.
3. Elements of Material Science & Engineering, Van Black, Pearson Education
4. Mechanical Metallurgy by G.E.Dieter, McGrawhill.
5. Physical Metallurgy Principles by R.E.Reedhill, East-West Publishers.
6. Principles of Materials Science by W.F.Smith, 3rd ed., McGrawhill.
7. Steel and its Heat Treatment by K.E.Theling, Butterworth.
8. Material Science by J. C. Anderson, K. D. Leaver, R. D. Rawlings and J. M. Alexander, Chapman
Hall, 4th Ed., 1992.
9 .Material Science, Palanisamy, Scitech
ME 303(B) Material Science and Metallography Practice
1. Study and use of metallurgical microscope.
2. Metallographic specimen preparation, mechanical polishing, mounting, and etching.
3. Microstructure of annealed pure metals-iron, copper, lead, zinc alluminium and use of specific
etchants.
4. Macro etching and sulphur printing.
5. Electro polishing.
ME 391 Machine Drawing Theory
Contracts:
Theory
 Theory of different Projections – Perspective and oblique
 Sections : Full, auxiliary, revolved
 Theory of Coordinate Dimensioning, Reading a missing line and missing views
 Introduction to Pipe Joints, welded pipe joints

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Introduction to Assembly Drawings
CAD or using similar software : Solid, surface, wireframe modeling, Assemble of different
components

References :
1. Mechanical Engineering Design by J.F.Shigley, McGrawhill.
2. Machine Design, Norton, Pearson Education
3. Design of Machine Elements by M.F.Spotts, Prentice Hall.
4. Mechanical Analysis and Design by A.H.Burr and J.B.Cheathak, 2nd ed., Prentice Hall.

ME 391 Machine Drawing Practice
Contacts :



Schematic product symbols for standard components in mechanical, electrical and electronic
systems, welding symbols and pipe joints;
Orthographic projections of machine elements, different sectional views- full, auxiliary sections;
Assembly and detailed drawings of a mechanical assembly, such as a plummer block, tool head
of a shaping machine, tailstock of a lathe, welded pipe joints indicating work parts before
welding, etc.
CAD or using similar software : Solid, surface, wireframe modeling, Assemble of different
components

Books:
1. Text Book on Engineering Drawing, Narayana/ Kannaia H, Scitech
2. Mechanical Engineering Drawing and Design, S. Pal and M. Bhattacharyya
3. Machine Drawing by N.D. Bhatt
4. Machine Drawing by P.S. Gill

ME 392 : Advanced Workshop Theory & Practice
Contacts : 3P
Forging and Moulding
Forging: I ntroduction to forging tools, furnaces and forging machines; to practice basic
forging operations- drawing out, upsetting, necking etc.; introduction to forge welding.
Introduction to moulding practice – preparation of moulding sand and use of moulder’s
tools; making of moulds by using selected pattern’s; introduction to melting and pouring
practice; experiments sand testing, shutter index, mould strength, grain fineness number etc.;
demonstration of injection moulding machine.

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ME 304 Production Management
Contacts : 3P





Management approaches to planning, analysis and control,
Functions involved in a production system;
Production cycles, Planning functions;
Types of industry: Job, batch, continuous, mass and flow productions; Organization and
policies in respect of production planning and control; Forecasting techniques;
Resources economics and scheduling, Sequencing and plant loading for optimal utilization;
Queueing models and line balancing; Materials planning and control;
Inventory management: MRP, MRP-II,JIT, Value analysis; Productivity analysis; Mechanics
of production control.

HU 311 Civics and Indian Constitution
Contacts : 3L
Part 1- Civics
1) Independent judiciary System- Supreme Court, High court- functions, powers, composition,
judges’ appointment, tenure, removal
2) Functions of high Court- Original jurisdiction, Appellate jurisdiction (criminal and civil),
judicial review, court of record, control over subordinate court, advisory functions
3) Electoral system in India- Election commission, functions and powers
4) Public service- structure, composition and function of Public commission
5) Fundamental rights
6) Fundamental Duties
Part 2- Indian Constitution
7) Basic Features- Preamble
8) Federal government with unitary features
9) Parliamentary government
10) Directive principles of the state policy
11) Universal and adult franchise
12) Single citizenship
13) Union executives – The president and other executive offices- eligibility, terms of office,
relevance, duties and responsibilities, impeachment, executive powers –judicial, legislative
and emergency situations
14) Council of ministers- composition, eligibility, power and functions
15) The Parliament- Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha and their presiding officers’ power and functions
16) State government- legislative assembly- chief minister and council of ministers composition,
power, functions
17) Union territories- administration, division of power between state and union territory
18) National Commission- composition, objectives, recommendations
19) Indian foreign policy- factors and features

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20) United Nations- origin, functions, achievements
SEMESTER - IV
ME-401(A): Fluid Mechanics & Hydraulic Machines
Contacts: 4L
Fluid mechanics
Modul
e No.
I

Syllabus

Review of fluid properties and fluid statics. Hydraulic forces on submerged surfaces;
forces or vertical, horizontal, inclined.
Kinematics of fluid flow: fluid flow and classifications. Continuity equation in 1D &
3D. Potential flow.
II
3 Dynamics of fluid: equations of motion; Euler’s equation; Bernoulli’s equation;
Applications of Bernoulli’s equation.
4 Momentum Analysis of flow systems;, differential approach.
III
5 Flow through pipes; Darcy – Weisbach equation of friction loss; and total energy
line.
IV
6 Basic principle for flow through orifices, V-notches (rectangular-v),. Flow through
open
channels; use of Chezy’s formula.
V
7 Dimensional Analysis & Model investigation applied to flow systems – Buckingham
Pi theorem. Dimensionless numbers in fluid flow.
8 Flow of fluid around submerged bodies;
9 Boundary layer – definition; Boundary layer separation – basic concept.
Hydraulic Machines
Modul
e No.
VI

Syllabus

Contac
t Hrs
2
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
1
Contac
t Hrs
3

Hydraulic Turbines; Principles and Classifications; Design & working principle of
a Pelton Wheel, efficiency and performance curves. Francis Turbine, Kaplan
Turbine.
VII
Reciprocating Pumps: Components & Principles, , discharge, work done, power
2
requirement.
VIII
Centrifugal pumps: Components, working principle, head & efficiency. Multistage
3
Centrifugal pumps. Pump characteristics, NPSH
Total : 24hrs
curved surfaces, Stream function; types of flow lines
the linear momentum equation for steady flow
hydraulic grade line
weirs (rectangular)
Buckingham Pi theorem
basic concepts of drag and lift.
Function of Draft Tube. Cavitation in Turbines
Classification
Multistage Centrifugal pumps, Cavitation.
Books Recommended :
1. Fluid Mechanics & Turbo Machines – M.M.Das, PHI, 2010.
2. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery – R.K.Bansal, Luxmi Publications.

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3. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery – C.Ratnam, A.V.Kothapalli, I.K. International Publishing House
Ltd, 2010.
4. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics & Fluid Machines – Som & Biswas, TMH.
5. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery – C.S.P Ojha, R.Berndtsson, P.N. Chandramouli, OUP.
6. Introduction to Fluid Mechanics – Fox & Macdonald, Wiley.
7. Fluid Mechanics – Fundamentals & Applications – Cengel & Cimbala, TMH.
8. Ojha,C S P,Berndtsson. R,Chandramouli. P. N.

ME 401(B) : Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Practice
Contacts : 3P

Fluid flow measurements:
Coefficient of discharge for venturimeter,
orificemeter, nozzlemeter, weirs.

Flow through pipes :
Pipe friction in laminar and turbulent flow regimes.
Pitot tube experiments on viscous flow and boundary layer theory.


Experiments on Fluid Machinery : Pumps, jet pumps, Blowers, Compressors.
Experiments on Turbines : Francis and Pelton turbines, governing of turbines.

ME403(A) : Primary Manufacturing Processes Theory
Contacts : 4L
Modul
e No.
I
II

Syllabus
Introduction
Manufacturing; Definitions and broad grouping
Casting
Introduction
 Definition
 Major Classification
 Casting Materials
Sand mould casting
 Moulding sands: composition, properties & testing
 Design of gating system: sprue, runner, ingate & riser
 Estimation of powering time
 Foundry equipments, Furnaces
 Melting, pouring and solidification
 Type of patterning, use of a core
 Different type of sand mould casting

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University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur


III

IV

Floor mould casting
Investment casting

Permanent mould casting
 Die casting, types, methods, advantages & applications
Casting defects, types, causes & remedy 1
Welding
Introduction to metallic parts
 Major grouping of joining processes, welding,
 Broad classification of welding processes, types and principles
Fusion welding, types, principles, equipments, characteristics & applications
 Gas welding & thermit welding
 Sources of heat-electrical energy,
 Arc welding
 Submerged arc welding
 TIG & MIG;
 Resistance welding; Spot & butt welding
Solid state welding
 Principles, advantages & applications of:
 Hot forge welding,
 Friction welding
Precision welding processes:
 Ultrasonic welding
 Laser beam welding
Welding defects, types, causes & remedy
Forming Processes
Forging
 Introduction, definition, classification, hot forging & cold forging,
 characteristics & applications
 Forging material operations, equipments & tools:
 Smith forging
 Drop forging
 Pressing or press forging
Rolling
 Introduction, basic principles, hot rolling & cold rolling,
 characteristics & applications

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University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur

 Rolling processes & applications, operations, equipments & roll Stands
Wire drawing & extensions
 Basic principles & requirements
 Classification, methods & applications
Press tool works
 Basic principles, systems, operations & applications
 Shearing, parting, blanking, piercing & notching
 Cupping(drawing), Spinning & deep drawing
Total
History ,CO2 casting Slush casting, principle & use Centrifugal casting, Shell mould
brazing and soldering, Sources of heat-chemical action, Plasma arc welding, Pressure
& percussion welding, Electron beam welding
roll Stands, Classification, methods & applications, Coining & embossing, Forging
dies, materials & design, Blanks & forces needed for shearing & drawing operations

V

40hrs
1
1
1
3hrs

NB. : Teachers to note that they have to teach Module No. : I to IV in great details.
Text Books:
1. Manufacturing technology, Foundry, Forming & Welding-P.N Rao.
2. Manufacturing Science-A Ghosh & A Mullick.
3. Manufacturing Engineering & Technology-S Kalpakjian; Pub:Addison Wesley.
4. Principles of manufacturing materials & processes-James & Campbell.
Reference Books:
1. Manufacturing engineering & technology-K Jain.
2. Materials & processes in manufacturing-E.P Degarmo, Black & Kohser, Pub: Wiley(10th ed.)
3. Processes & materials of manufacturing-R.A Lindberg.
4. Introduction to manufacturing technology-PP Date, Pub: Jaico.
5. Manufacturing processes-S.K Sharma & S Sharma, Pub: I.K International

ME 403(B) : Primary Manufacturing Process Practice
Contacts : 3P

Sand Testing : Permeability, AFS, Moisture Content, Total clay content

Pattern Making; pattern material, pattern allowances and types of patterns

Mould making Practice: Uses of moulding tools: green sand moulding, gating system, risering
system, core making

Study of cupola

Basic Forging processes like upsetting, drawing down and forge welding.

Books:

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Manufacturing Technology, Radhakrishnan, Scitech
ME 404 : Robotics and Material Handling
Contact : 3L
Robot definition: Robotic systems - Its role in automated manufacturing; robot anatomy; robot
classifications and specifications.
Robot kinematics, forward and reverse transformation, homogeneous transformations.
Robot actuators and control; Pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical drives and controls used in robots.
Robot end-effectors, mechanical, magnetic and vacuum grippers, gripping forces RCC and design
features of grippers.
Robot sensors, different types of contact and non-contact sensors; Robot vision and their interfaces;
Robot languages and programming techniques.
Applications of robots in materials handling, machine loading/unloading, inspection, welding, spray
painting and finish coating, and assembly, etc.
Economic performance and evaluation strategies, Robt installation and planning.
Safety features.
References :
1. Industrial Robotic Technology - Programming and Application by M.P.Groover et. al., McGrawhill
2. Robotics for Engineers by Y.Koren, McGrawhill.
3. Robots Modelling Control and Applications with Software by P.G.Ranky and C.Y.Ho, Springer
Verlag Berlin.
4. Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation by S.R.Deb, TMH.
SUBJECT: MECHANISM
SUBJECT CODE: ME 405
Contract : 3L
Modul Syllabus
e
1.
MECHANISM AND MACHINES:
Types of Constrained motion, Link, Kinematic pair, Types of joints, Degrees of
freedom, Kinematic Chain, Linkage, Mechanism and Structure.
The four bar Chain, The slider Crank Chain, Double slider Crank chain.
2.
VELOCITY ANALYSIS:
Absolute and Relative Motion, Four link Mechanism, Slider Crank
Mechanism,
Crank and slotted Lever Mechanism, Instantaneous Centre (I-Centre),
Kennedy’s Theorem.
3.
Acceleration Analysis:
Acceleration of Four Link Mechanism, Acceleration of Slider Crank
Mechanism, Coriolis Acceleration Component, Crank and slotted Lever
Mechanism.
4.
LOWER PAIR:

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5L

4L

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University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur

5.
6.

7.

8.

Automobile Steering Gear, Types of Steering Gears.
CAMS:
Types of Cams, Types of followers, Definitions, Motion of the Follower,
Layout of Cam Profiles, Analysis of Cam Profies.
BELTS, ROPES AND CHAINS:
Belt and Rope Drive, Open and Cross-Belt Drive, Action of Belts on Pulleys,
Velocity Ratio, Material for Belts and Ropes, Law of Belting, Maximum
Power Transmitted by a Belt;
Chain, Classification of Chains.
GEARS :
Comparison Gear Drives with other types of Drives, Classification of Gears,
law of Gearing, Velocity of Sliding, Forms of Tooth, Cycloidal Profile Tooth,
Involute Profile Tooth, Comparison of Cycloidal and Involute Tooth forms,
Path of Contact, Arc of Contact, Number of Pairs of Teeth in Contact (Contact
Ratio), Interference of involute Gears, Undercutting, Helical and Spiral Gears,
Worm and Worm Gears, Bevel Gears.
GEAR TRAINS :
Simple Gear Train, Compound Gear Train, Riveted Gear Train, Planetary or
Epicyclic Gear Train.

5L
4L

7L

2L

Note for Teachers:
1. Stress should be given to clarify different concepts of the subject.
2. Deduction of all relevant equations should be worked out and explained.
3. Sufficient number of Problems from each topic should be worked out during class and as
home assignment.
Note for examination paper setter:
1. At least one question should be set from each module.
Book Recommended:
1. Kinematics And dynamics of Machinery (SIE) by Norton, TMH Publication.
2. Theory of Machines by S.S. Ratan, TMH Publication.
3. Theory of Machines,3e by Bevan, Pearson Publication.
4. Theory of Machines,3e by Sadhu Singh, Pearson Publication.
5. Kinematics And dynamics of Machinery 3e by Wilson, Pearson Publication.
6. Theory of Machines by R. K. Bansal, Laxmi Publication.
7. Theory of Machine and mechanisms by Uicker et al (Shigley), Oxford University Press.
ME 491 (A) : Design of Machine Elements Theory

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Contacts : 3L
General considerations and procedure of Machine Design, Design stress, factor of safety, stress and
deflection analysis, engineering materials and applications, fits and tolerances, design of fasteners and
fastenings - pin, cotter, knuckle, screw, rivets and welded joints, design of shafts and couplings,
common power and force transmitting power screws, belt drives and springs, pressure vessels and
pipes.
References :
1. Mechanical Engineering Design by J.F.Shigley, McGrawhill.
2. Machine Design, Norton, Pearson Education
3. Design of Machine Elements by M.F.Spotts, Prentice Hall.
4. Mechanical Analysis and Design by A.H.Burr and J.B.Cheathak, 2nd ed., Prentice Hall.
ME 491(B) : Machine Design Practice
Contacts : 3P
Drawing board exercises compatible to the course ME 491(A) : Design of Machine Elements.
Screw Threads, Pin Joints, Knuckle etc
HU 411 Indian Philosophy and Economics
Contacts :
Part 1- Indian Philosophy
1. What is Philosophy? (1hrs)
 Origin of the word, Definition
2. The Great Greek Philosophers (1hr)
 History makers- Socrates, Plato and Aristotle
3. Indian Philosophy (2hrs)
 Origin of the word , its relevance
4. Early Indian Philosopher/Thinkers
 The four Purusharthas: Meaning and relevance
5. The Systems of Indian Philosophy (2hrs)
 The Orthodox systems
 The Unorthodox systems
 The differences between the two systems
6. The History of Indian Philosophy (7 hrs)
7. The five periods:
 Vedic Period (2500 B.C. – 600 B.C.)
 Epic Period (600 B.C. – 200 A.D.)
 Sutra Period (200 A.D. – 600 A.D.)
 Scholarly Period (600 A.D. – 1700 A.D.)
 The Modern Period (1700 – present)
8. Founders/Promoters of Different Philosophies and their Characteristics (7 hrs)
 Gautam Maharishi- NYAYA
 Acharya Kannad-VAISHESHIKA
 Patanjali –YOGA
 Maharishi Kapila-SAMKHYA

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Jamini-PURVA MIMAMSA
Shankaracharya-UTTAR MIMAMSA
Charvak-CHARVAKISM
Vardhamana Mahavira-JAINISM
Gautama Buddha-BUDDHISM

Part 2- Economics
 SECTION I. BASIC ECONOMIC CONCEPTS
a. Economics, Scarcity, Choice, Opportunity Cost
b. We start with students’ prevailing understanding of Economics by discussing what
students already know about Economics.
c. We proceed to emphasize that scarcity and choice are basic problems of Economics.
d. We Introduce lands, labour and capital as three factors of production, and also explain
the role of entrepreneurs.
e. We proceed to introduce the concept of opportunity costs for making choices by the
consumers and producers to confront scarcity.

SECTION II. MICROECONOMICS
a. Definition of Price, Demand and Supply.
b. Factors determining Demand, Demand Function, Demand Schedule, and Law of
Demand.
c. Supply, Supply function, Determinants of Supply, Law of Supply.
d. Price Determination in Markets, Excess Demand, Excess Supply, Equilibrium Price,
Equilibrium Quantity.
e. Production Function, Short Run and Long Run, Law of variable Proportions.
f. Cost of Production, Long Run and Short Run Cost Curves.
g. Concept of Elasticity, Elasticity of Demand- Price, Income, Cross; Factors Affecting
Elasticity of Demand, Elastic, Inelastic, Perfectly elastic, Completely Inelastic
Demand Curves.
h. Different types of market- Perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition
and oligopoly.

SECTION III. MACROECONOMIC CONCEPTS
i. The Major Macroeconomic Variables: National Income, Circular Flow of Income,
Calculation of National Income- Value Added - Product Method, Expenditure
method- Income method.
j. Definitions of Consumption, Savings and Investments
k. Employment, Determination of Income and Employment, Concepts of Inflation and
Deflation.
SEMESTER - V

ME 501 (B) : IC Engine Practice
Contacts : 2L
1) Determination of calorific value of a fuel by Bomb calorimeter.
2) Flue gas analysis by ORSAT apparatus.
3) Study of valve timing diagram of Diesel Engine.

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4) Performance Test of a muticylinder Petrol Engine by Morse method.
5) Performance Text of an I.C. Engine using electric (eddy current) dynamometer.
6) Use of catalylitic converters and its effect on flue gas of an I.C. Engine.
7) Study of MPFI (multipoint fuel injection system).
ME 502(A) : Heat Transfer and Combustion Theory
Contacts : 5L
Module- 1:
Module- 2:
[2]

Module- 3:
Module- 4:
constant,
Module- 5:

Module- 6:

Module- 7:

Module- 8:

Module- 9:
[3]
Module- 10:
Module- 11:
Module- 12:

Introduction to modes of Heat Transfer, Basic equations.
Conduction: Fourier’s law for isotropic materials.

[2]

Thermal conductivity: 1-D and 3- D heat conduction equations, Boundary conditions.
Analogy with electrical circuits,
Fins- rectangular and pin fins,.
[3]
Introduction to transient heat conduction, Lumped parameter approach, Time
1-D transient heat conduction solution without heat generation.
[4]
Radiation: Physical mechanism of thermal radiation, laws of radiation, Definition of
black body, emissive power, intensity of radiation, emissivity, reflectivity,
transmittivity, [3]
Radiation exchange between black bodies, concept of Gray- Diffuse Isotropic
(GDI) surface. Radiation exchange between GDI surfaces by radiation network and
radiosity matrix method..
[4]
Convective heat transfer, Newton’s law of cooling and significance of heat transfer
coefficients. Momentum and energy equation in 2-D
[3]
Non – dimensional quantities in heat transfer, importance and physical
significant order of magnitudes, Analysis for a flow over a flat plate
[3]
Boundary layer concepts, Velocity and thermal boundary layer by integral method.
1-D solution for Coutte flow and Poiseullie flow. Concept of developing and
developed flow.
Natural convection over a vertical plate. Concept and
Heat exchangers: types of heat exchangers, parallel and counter flow types,
Introduction to LMTD. Correction factors, E- NTU method for heat
exchangers
Total :

[4]
[3]

[4]
40L

Solution of steady 1-D conduction problem with & without heat generation. Critical thickness of
insulation
fin effectiveness and fin efficiency, Biot number, irradiation, radiosity, Radiation shielding, order of
magnitude analysis, Introduction to the concept of similarity, correlation, fouling factor

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Combustion
Fuels: Chemical thermodynamics; Chemical kinetics and reaction mechanisms, flame propagation,
inflammability limits, premixed and diffusion flames, flame stabilisation, radiation of flames, heat and
mass transfer with chemical reactions, combustion in fixed, moving and fluidised beds, combustion of
pulverized coal, oil, gas and propellants, design aspect of burners and furnaces, Combustion generated
pollution.
Recommended Books:
1. S.K. Som, Introduction to Heat Transfer, PHI.
2. Yunus A. Cengel, Heat and Mass Transfer, The McGraw-Hill Companies.
3. Sarif K. Das, Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer, Narosa.
4. Incropera, DeWitt, Bergmam, & Lavine, Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, Wiley India
Edn.
5. N.V. Suryanarayana, Engineering Heat Transfer, Penram International.
6. Kreith, Principles of Heat Transfer, Cengage learning.
7. P.K. Nag, Heat & Mass Transfer, TMH.
8. P.S. Ghoshdastidar, Heat Transfer, Oxford University Press.
9. M. Thirumaleshwar, Fundamentals of Heat & Mass Transfer, Pearson.
10. O.P. Single, Heat & Mass Transfer, Macmillan India.
11. J P Holman & Souvik Bhattacharyya, Heat Transfer, TMH.

ME 503(A) : Dynamics of Machines Theory
Contacts : 3L
Static and dynamic force analysis; Flywheel; Inertia forces and their balancing for rotating and
reciprocating machines; Gyroscope and gyroscopic effects; Governors: types and applications; Cam
dynamics: analysis of cam and follower, jump phenomenon; Hydrodynamic and boundary lubrication
and analysis of journal and thrust bearings; Vibration of one degree of freedom systems; Free and
forced vibrations; Transverse and torsional vibrations of two and three rotor systems; Critical speeds;
Vibration isolation and measurements; Two degree of freedom systems; Vibration absorber; Geared
system; Multi degree of freedom system.
References :
1. Elements of Vibration Analysis by L.Meirovitch, McGraw Hill.
2. Mechanism and Machine Theory by J.S.Rao and R.V.Dukkipati, New Age International.
3. Theory of Machines and Mechanisms by .Uicker and J.J.Shigley, OUP
4. Theory of Machines by S.S.Rattan, TMH.

ME 503(B) : Dynamics of Machines Practice
Contacts : 3P

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Experiments to be conducted on
Single DOF Vibratory Systems;
Static and Dynamic balancing of rotating masses;
Balancing of reciprocating masses;
Governors;
Gyroscope;
Cam Design, Operation and Analysis

ME- 504(A) Metrology & Measurement Theory
Contacts: 3L
Module

Syllabus

I

1.

II

2
3
4

III

5

IV

6

V

7

VI

8

VII

9

Contact
Hrs
2

Introduction: Definition and importance of Metrology Measurement; Methods
of measurements – direct, indirect, comparison, substitution, transposition,
deflection and null measurement; Units of measurements – SI base and derived
units, SI prefixes of units.
Linear Metrology: Vernier scale; construction and use of Vernier calliper,
Vernier height and depth gauge, micrometer; slip gauge.
Angular Metrology: Constructional features and use of protractor, Vernier bevel
protractor, angle gauges, sine bar and slip gauges.
Measurements of : (i) Level using spirit-level; (ii) Flatness using straight edge,
interferrometry (Newton’s rings) and surface plate; cylindricity and
concentricity using dial indicator.
Interchangeability of components; concept of limits, tolerances and fits; Hole
basis and shaft basis system of fits; Go and No Go limit gauges; plug, ring,
snap, thread, radius and filler gauges.
Definition, use and essential features of Comparators; working principle and
application of (i) dial gauge, , (iii) back pressure Bourdon gauge pneumatic
comparator, (iv) optical comparator-profile projector.
Measuring Instruments: Functional elements of an instrument – sensing,
conversion & manipulation, data transmission and presentation element;
Characteristics – accuracy, precision, repeatability, sensitivity, reproducibility,
linearity, threshold, calibration, response, dynamic or measurement error;
Transducers – definition, primary and secondary, active and passive.
Measurement of Surface Finish: Definition; Terminologies – geometrical
surface, effective surface, surface roughness, roughness (primary texture),
waviness (secondary texture), form, lay, sampling length; Numerical evaluation
of surface
roughness: peak-to-valley height (Rmax), centre line average (CLA, Ra),
average depth (Rm), smoothness value (G); Principle of operation of a Talysurf.
Principle of operation of a few measuring instruments: displacement by LVDT;
force by strain – gauge load cell and piezoelectric load cell; pressure by
Bourdon – tube gauge; temperature by liquid-in-glass thermometer,
thermocouples, liquid velocity by pitot tube; water flow by orifice meter.
Total : 23hrs

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1
2
3
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Errors in measurement – absolute, relative, parallax, alignment, loading, dynamic and calibration
error, Parallelism Cook optical comparator, optical pyrometer

Books Recommended:
1. E.O. Doebelin and D.N. Manik, Measurement Systems– Application and Design, Tata McGraw
Hill.
2. R. Rajendra, Principles of Engineering Metrology, Jaico Pub. House.
3. Beckwith, Lienhard and Marangoni, Mechanical Measurements, Pearson.
4. Bewoor and Kulkarni, Metrology & Measurement, TMH.
5. R.K. Jain, Metrology, Khanna Publication, New Delhi.

ME 504 (B) Metrology and Measurement Practice
Contacts :
Laboratory experiments for the measurement and inspection of various product features using:i)
Mechanical, pneumatic, optical, electrical and electronic instruments,
ii) Co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM)
iii) Interferometer;
iv) Colour image processing system for product feature recognition, edge detection, etc;
v) Ultrasonic ecograph;
vi) Surface roughness measuring system, and vii) Gear inspection modules

Code: ME(CS)581 JAVA
Contacts: 4L
Chapter 1: Introduction to Java programming [4L]
 The Java Virtual Machine
 Variables and data types
 Conditional and looping constructs
 Arrays
Chapter 2: Object-oriented programming with Java Classes and Objects [10L]
 Fields and Methods
 Constructors
 Overloading methods
 Garbage collection

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Nested classes
Overriding methods
Polymorphism
Making methods and classes final
Abstract classes and methods
Interfaces

Chapter 4: Exception handling with try-throw-catch-finally construct [2L]
 The Exception class
Chapter 5: Packages [2L]
 Package access
 Documentation comments
Chapter 6: Applets [2L]
 Configuring applets
 Applet capabilities and restrictions
Chapter 7: Database connectivity with JDBC [4L]
Chapter 8: Object oriented design and modeling[6L]
 UML overview,Static and dynamic models, why modeling, UML diagrams: Class diagram,
interaction diagram: collaboration diagram,
 sequence diagram, state chart diagram, activity diagram..

HU 511 :

(I) Principles & Practice Management
(II) Language Lab & Technical Report Writing
Contacts :4L

Principles of Management
 Schools of Management thought: Scientific process, human behavior and social system
school; decision theory school; quantitative and systems school; contingency theory of
management; functions of a manager.
Social responsibility of business: Objectives of business; social responsibility; stakeholders
and managerial ethics; Functions of Management: Planning Concept, Significance and types.
 Organizing: concept, principles, theories, types of organizations, authority, responsibility,
power, delegation, decentralization; staffing; Directing; Coordinating; Control: nature,
process and techniques.
 Management by objectives (MBO) and managerial decision-making
 Motivation: Process of motivation; Theories of motivation need hierarchy theory, theory of x
and theory of y, two factor theory, Mc Cleland’s learned need theory, Victor Vroom’s
expectancy theory, Stacy Adams equity theory Leadership: Concept, leadership styles;

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Theories; Trait theory, behavioral theory, Fielder’s contingency theory, Harsey and Blachard’s
situational theory, Managerial grid; Likert’s four systems of Leadership.
Communication: Meaning; Process; communication network; formal and informal
communication; Barriers to communication and principles of effective communication;
Controlling: Nature, importance and techniques; steps; feedback; concurrent and feed forward
control; prerequisites of an effective control system; behavioral implications.

Language Lab & Technical Report Writing
1) Technical Report Writing
 Report Types (Organizational / Commercial / Business / Project )
 Report Format & Organization of Writing Materials
 Report Writing (Practice Sessions & Workshops)
2) Language Laboratory Practice
 Conversation Practice Sessions: (To be done as real life interactions)
 Training the students by using Language Lab Device/Recommended Texts/cassettes /cd’s
to get their Listening Skill & Speaking Skill polished
 Introducing Role Play & honing over all Communicative Competence
 Group Discussion Sessions and Presentations
 Teaching Strategies of Group Discussion
 Introducing Different Models & Topics of Group Discussion
 Exploring Live /Recorded GD Sessions for mending students’ attitude/approach & for
taking remedial measure
 Interview Sessions and Presentations
 Training students to face Job Interviews confidently and successfully
 Arranging Mock Interviews and Practice Sessions for integrating Listening Skill with
Speaking Skill in a formal situation for effective communication
 Teaching Presentation as a skill
 Strategies and Standard Practices of Individual /Group Presentation
 Media & Means of Presentation: OHP/POWER POINT/ Other Audio-Visual Aids
 Competitive Examination:
 Making the students aware of Provincial /National/International Competitive
Examinations
 Strategies/Tactics for success in Competitive Examinations
SWOT Analysis and its Application in fixing Target

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SEMSTER -VI
ME (CS) 601 Operation Research and C++
Contact: 4L
(i)

Operation Research [20L]
Linear Programming Problems (LPP): 5
Basic LPP and Applications; Various Components of LP Problem Formulation. Solution of Linear
Programming Problems: Solution of LPP: Using Simultaneous Equations and Graphical Method;
Definitions: Feasible Solution, Basic and non-basic Variables, Basic Feasible Solution, Degenerate
and Non-degenerate Solution, Convex set and explanation with examples.

Solution of LPP: 9
Simplex Method; Charnes’ Big-M Method; Duality Theory. Transportation Problems and Assignment
Problems.
Network Analysis: 4
Shortest Path: Floyd Algorithm; Maximal Flow Problem (Ford-Fulkerson); PERT-CPM (Cost
Analysis, Crashing, Resource Allocation excluded).
Inventory Control: 2
Introduction to EOQ Models of Deterministic and Probabilistic; Safety Stock; Buffer Stock.

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(ii)

C++ [20L]
Introduction to C++ 2
Programming paradigms,Language translator, Basics of OOP, Structure of C++ program, Class and
object, Abstraction and encapsulation, Polymorphism, Inheritance, Static and dynamic binding.
Declaration, Expression and Statements 2
Data types, Variables, Constants, Operator and expression, Operator precedence and associativity.
Statements: Labelled, Expression, Compound, Control, Jump, Declaration, Try-throw-catch.
Array, pointer and function 2
Array,Addresses, Pointer. Function: Declaration, Definition and call, Inline function, Main function
argument, Reference variable, Function overloading, Default argument, Parameter passing, Recursion,
Scope of variable, Return-by-value and Return-by-reference, Pointer to function
Data abstraction through classes and user defined data types 2
Class, Members, Constructor and destructor, Copy constructor.
Dynamic memory management: Operators new and delete, Malloc and free, Static member, Scope of
class names, Scope of variables.
Object Oriented Concepts 12
Inheritance,Polymorphism,, exception handling, Operator Overloading: Overloading unary and binary
operator, Overloaded function calls, Subscripting, class member access, Non-member operator, New
and delete, Cast operator.
Class relationships: Introduction, Polymorphism, Coercion, Overloading, Parametric and inclusion
polymorphism
Inheritance: direct and indirect superclasses, Multiple inheritance, Virtual base class,Friend, Virtual
function, Abstract class, Overriding and hiding, Dynamic binding of functions, Virtual destructor and
operators.
Template and Exception Handling:Class template, Member function inclusion, Function template,
Specialization,Inheritance, Namespace.
Concept of exception handling, Catch block, Nested try-catch block, Condition expression in throw
expression, Constructor & destructor, Runtime standard exception

ME 602 (A) : Machining Principles & Machine Tools Theory
Contacts : 4L
Metal Cutting; mechanics, Tool materials, Temperature, Cutting Forces, Wear and Tool Life
considerations, tool geometry and chip formation, surface finish and machinability, optimization of
cutting parameters;
Machine Tools: generation and machining principles, Setting and operations on machines viz. lathe,
milling, shaping, slotting, planing, drilling, boring, broaching, grinding (cylindrical, surface,
centreless), thread rolling and gear cutting machines; Tooling: jigs and fixtures, principles of location
and clamping;

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Batch Production and Mass Production, Operations on Capstan and Turret Lathes, Single Spindle
Automats.
Finishing: microfinishing operations like honing, lapping and superfinishing.
References :
1. Principles of Metal Cutting/Principles of Machine Tools by G.C.Sen and A.Bhattacharya, New
Central Book Agency, Kolkata.
2. Fundamentals of Metal Cutting Machine Tools by G.Boothroyd, TMH.
3. Production Technology, HMT Publication, TMH.
4. Production Engineering Sciences by P.C.Pandey and C.K.Singh, Standard Publishers Ltd.
5. Manufacturing Science by A.Ghosh and A.K.Mallik, Wiley Eastern.
6. Manufacturing Process by Danilovsky and Maslov et. Al, Mir Publication.
7 Metal working and Metrology,Narayana,Scitech
ME 602 (B) : Machining Principles & Machine Tools Practice
Contacts : 2P
Laboratory exercises involving machining of complex product configurations, machining of spur and
helical gears, relieving and profiling, contouring, finishing processes and grinding of tools and cutters
are to be done.

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ME- 503 (A) Instrumentation, Automation and Control Theory
Contacts : 4L
Basic concept of Instrumentation: functional elements of an instrument, electrical equivalents of
mechanical and other systems, classification of systems according to their mode of operation , inputoutput configurations.
Statistical concept: probability distribution function, chi-square test, curve fitting technique,
power spectral density and autocorrelation.
Performance characteristics: static characteristics, loading effects, dynamic characteristics,
frequency response analysis, and response of a general form of instrument.
Signal conditioning: signal modulations, deflection bridges, a.c carrier systems.
Errors in measurement: definitions, signals and noise in measurement systems.
Sensing elements: Resistive elements (potentiometer, strain gage, resistance thermometers),
Capacitive elements (variable separation, area, dielectric), Inductive elements (variable
inductance, potentiometer, variable reluctance, LVDT), magnetic type (eddy current,
magnetostrictive, magnetoresistive), Hall devices, Squid. Piezo electric element, Piezo resistive
element.
Thermal transducers: RTD, thermistors, radiation detectors (bolometers, pyroelectric type)
Introduction to control system: Concept of feedback and Automatic control, Effects of
feedback, Objectives of control system, Definition of linear and nonlinear systems,
Elementary concepts of sensitivity and robustness. Types of control systems,
Servomechanisms and regulators, examples of feed back control systems. Transfer function
concept. Pole and Zeroes of a transfer function. Properties of Transfer function.
Mathematical modeling of dynamic systems: Translational systems, Rotational systems,
Mechanical coupling, Liquid level systems, Electrical analogy of Spring–Mass-Dashpot
system. Block diagram representation of control systems. Block diagram algebra. Signal flow
graph. Mason’s gain formula.
Control system components: Potentiometer, Synchros, Resolvers, Position encoders.
Control System performance measure: Improvement of system performance through
compensation. Lead, Lag and Lead- lag compensation, PI, PD and PID control.

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ME- 503 (A) Instrumentation, Automation and Control Practice
Contacts : 3P
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Study of Static Characteristics of a Measuring Instrument
Study of Dynamic Characteristics of a Measuring Instrument
Statistical analysis of errors in measurement
Familiarization with MAT-Lab control system tool box, MAT-Lab- simulink tool box & PSPICE
Determination of Step response for first order & Second order system with unity feedback on
CRO & calculation of control system specification like Time constant, % peak overshoot,
settling time etc. from the response.
Simulation of Step response & Impulse response for type-0, type-1 & Type-2 system with unity
feedback using MATLAB & PSPICE.
Determination of Root locus, Bode plot, Nyquist plot using MATLAB control system tool box
for 2nd order system & determination of different control system specification from the plot.
Determination of PI, PD and PID controller action of first order simulated process.
Determination of approximate transfer functions experimentally from Bode plot.
Evaluation of steady state error, setting time , percentage peak overshoot, gain margin, phase
margin with addition of Lead

ME 603 (A) Advanced Machine Design Theory
Contacts: 3L
1 Clutches: Function, types; Friction clutches – torque capacity based on uniform pressure and
uniform wear theory for disc and cone clutch; Centrifugal clutch; Friction materials; Considerations
for heat dissipation.
4
2 Brakes: Function, types; pivoted block brake (single and double block brakes), internal expanding
shoe brake, self energizing and self locking; Pivoted block brake; Band brake-simple and differential;
Energy equation for braking time calculation; Magnetic and hydraulic thruster operated fail-safe
brakes; Brake lining materials; Thermal considerations during braking.
4
3 Gears: Design objectives, types, terminologies, conjugate action and involute tooth profile, tooth
systems,standard modules; Gear materials. Spur Gear : Strength design, static and dynamic
considerations in strength design, Lewis formula, Lewis form factor, beam strength, Buckingham
equation for dynamic tooth load; Endurance strength and wear strength;
Designing a pinion based on above considerations; Helical Gear: Helix angle, minimum face width,
virtual number of teeth; Strength design, Buckingham formulae for checking dynamic load and wear
load.
6
4 Bevel Gear: Terminologies, formative number of teeth; Lewis equation, dynamic load, endurance
strength and wear strength checking.

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Worm- worm wheel: Terminologies and their inter-relation; Preferred combination of various
parameters; Efficiency; Materials.
4
5 Pressure vessels– thin cylinder, thick cylinder, Lame’s equation, Clavarino’s equation, Birnie’s
equation, Autofrettage– compound cylinders, End Covers, Opening in pressure vessel – area
compensation method, Fired and unfired vessels – category, Industrial Code.
6
6 Flywheel design for application to: (i) Punching press; (ii) 2-stroke engine; (iii) 4-stroke engine,
Torque analysis, Solid disc and rimmed flywheel
2
7 Sliding contact bearings: Bearing types and materials; Stribeck Curve, Petroff equation,
Hydrodynamic lubrication theory - pressure development; Tower experiment, Reynolds equation,
Finite bearings – Raimondi-Boyd charts, Design factors/variables, Heat generation & dissipation;
Hydrostatic bearing; Plummer block.
6
8 Rolling contact bearings: Bearing types, nature of load; Static and dynamic load capacity, Stribeck
equation, Load - Life relation; Bearing selection from manufacturers’ catalogues; Methods of
lubrication; Bearing mounting on journal and bearing block.
4

ME 603 (B) Advanced Machine Design Practice
Contacts :
1.
2.
3.
4.

At least two assignments on 2-D and 3-D modelling of mechanical components and systems
using software packages like AUTOCAD, CATIA, PRO E or similar software
At least one assignment on design analysis of mechanical components using software
packages like CATIA, PRO E or similar software.
At least one assignment on Design Practice using codes, e.g., Pressure vessel codes, Gear
design codes etc.
At least one assignment on Selection of mechanical components from manufacturers’
catalogue, e.g., chain drive, rolling element bearings etc.

ME-604 Fluid Power Control
Contacts: 3L
1A

Fluid power; Applications and advantages; Components of a hydraulic and pneumatic system.
1

1B

Desired properties of a hydraulic fluid; advantage of mineral oil over water; definition of
terms like pressure,head, force, density, specific gravity, kinematic and absolute viscosity,
compressibility and incompressibility.
2

1C

Pascal’s law; analysis of simple hydraulic jack, Mechanical advantage; continuity equation;
hydraulic power of a cylinder.
2

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2.

Hydraulic Pumps : positive displacement pumps; constructional features, working principle
and volumetric capacity of external gear pump, vane pump, axial piston pump and radial
piston pump.
6

3.

Hydraulic Actuators : (i) Constructional features of single acting and double acting hydraulic
cylinders; mounting of cylinders, cushioning of cylinder; different application of cylinder
through mechanical linkages; force, velocity and power from a cylinder.
(ii) Hydraulic motors; torque, power and flow rate in a hydraulic motor.
4

4.

Hydraulic Valves : (i) Direction control valves – operation and graphical symbol of 3 way and
4 way valves; different modes of activation of valves; (ii) Operation and graphical symbols of
check valves, pressure relief valve pressure reducing valve, unloading valve and flow control
valve.

5.

ANSI symbols for different hydraulic components. Analysis of hydraulic circuits for :
i) single acting cylinder control,
ii) double acting cylinder control,
iii) regenerative circuit,
iv) pump unloading circuit
v) double pump hydraulic system,
vi) cylinder synchronization circuit
vii) speed control of a hydraulic motor
viii) circuit to lift and hold heavy load,
ix) automatic sequencing of two cylinders.

7

6.

Advantages & disadvantages of pneumatic system compared to hydraulic system;
constructional details and operation of a reciprocating compressor; working principle and use
of filter, pressure regulator, lubricator and silencer; symbols of different pneumatic
components; compressed air distribution system in a plant; drawing
pneumatic circuits for different operations.
6

7.

Use of electrical devices for controlling fluid circuits; function of electrical devices like pushbutton switches, limit switches, pressure switches, solenoids, relays and timers and their
symbols; concept of ladder diagram; study of following circuits using electrical control
devices :
i) control of a solenoid actuated cylinder using one limit switch;
ii) reciprocation of a cylinder using pressure or limit switches,
iii) two cylinder sequencing circuit using two limit switches.
4

Note
Books recommended :
1. Ilango and Soundararajan, Introduction to Hydraulics and Pneumatics, PHI.
2. A. Esposito, Fluid Power with Applications, Pearson.
3. S.R. Majumdar, Pneumatic Systems: Principles and Maintenance, Tata McGraw Hill.
4. E.C. Fitch Jr., Fluid Power and Control Systems, McGraw Hill Book Co.
5. Banks and Banks, Industrial Hydraulics, Prentice Hall.

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SEMESTER - VII
ME 701 : Power Plant Engineering
Contact Hours: 4L
Module-1
Power plant cycles, reheat, regenerative and binary vapor and co-generation cycles.
4
Module-2
Boilers: Definition, classification, fire tube and water tube boilers, mountings and accessories. Draft
in boilers, performance of boiler - boilers efficiency, equivalent evaporation, Losses in boilers.
Coal and combustion: Properties of coal, ultimate analysis and proximate analysis, combination
calculation.
6
Module-3
Fuel bed firing, PF firing and Fluidized bed boilers. Introduction to boiling and circulation in boilers.
Power station boilers - Benson, Lamont. Supercritical boiler.
5
Module-4
Boilers accessories: Super heater, economizer and air-pre heater.
Handling of coal and ash.
5
Module-5
Steam turbine- i) parts and classification, ii) nozzles types, flow through nozzles and nozzle
efficiency.
Impulse turbine - velocity diagram, work done and blade efficiency.
7
Module-6
Pressure compounding and velocity compounding of steam turbine.
4
Module-7
Impulse reaction turbine - Velocity diagram, degree of reaction and Parsons turbine.
4
Module-8
Governing in Steam turbine.

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Condensers – Basic ideas.
Module-9
Power plant economics: load curve and various factors, cost of power generation.
Introduction to Hydel, Nuclear and Renewable power plants.
Total: 44

5
4

Recommended Books:
1. P.K. Nag, “Power plant Engineering,” Tata McGraw - Hill.
2. Arora and Domkundwar, “A course in Power plant Engineering” Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
3. M.M.EI- Wakil, “Power plant technology,” Tata McGraw - Hill.

ME 702 (A) Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Contact Hours: 4L
Introduction to and scope of the subject of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Manufacturing Systems and Automation :
Job shop, Flowlines, Transfer lines, Project shop, Continuous processes,
Cellular manufacturing system, Flexible Manufacturing System:
Automation:
(i) degree of automation and their justified application in different levels of production
(ii) benefits and draw backs of employing automation
(iii) examples of conventional non-automatic, semi-automatic and automatic machine tools
(iv) extent of automation in transfer machines
Integrated Manufacturing Production System:
Steps involved in implementation, forming the linked-cell factory.
CNC machine tools and systems
(i) types of automation ; fixed (or hard), programmable and flexible
(ii) need and advantages of flexible automation
(iii) basic principles of NC system
Components and their functions in NC machines
(i) Control ; MCU, DPU and CLU
(ii) feed drives ; special motors and screw-nut system
(iii) advantages of CNC over NC machines
Basic systems of NC and CNC machines
(i) coordinate system
(ii) control – open loop and closed loop
(iii) dimensioning – absolute and incremental
CNC machine tools ;
(i) structure and working principle
(ii) examples and use of CNC machines
(iii) machining centre (MC) – characteristics and applications.
Control of tool – work travel ;
(i) point – to – point and contouring
(ii) interpolation – linear and circular
Part programming for NC, CNC and MC systems
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(i) definition and codes used
(ii) sequential steps
(iii) examples ; part programming for machining in CNC lathes, drilling machines and
milling.
Computer aided part programming
(i) definition and advantages
(ii) programming languages
(iii) statements in APT
(iv) examples of CA part programming in APT
An overview of Non Traditional Manufacturing Advantages over traditional, classification, characteristics of all processes:
Abrasive Jet Machining (AJM)
Working principle with help of layout, Applications, Effect of pressure, Advantages and limitations.
Water Jet Machining: Introduction, Machining System, Basic principle, Process parameters,
Applications, Advantages and Disadvantages.
Ultrasonic Machining (USM)
Schematic Diagram of USM- Working principle, Functions of each equipment used in the set up,
Material removal process. Influence of Process parameters on (i) machining rate (ii) Surface finish
and accuracy and repeatability, Applications.
Plasma Arc Machining
Basic principle, applications
Chemical Machining- Introduction, Blanking, Chemical Machining to multiple depths, Design
factors, advantages and disadvantages.
Electro-Chemical Machining- Process principle, Equipment, Applications.
Electron Beam Machining
Set up, Basic Principle, Applications.
Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Diesinking- Basic principle, Schematic diagram of EDM setup, Dielectric fluid, Electrode materials.
System for maintaining the spark gap constant, Effect of cutting parameters pulse-on-time, pulse off
time, peak current setting, no load voltage, servo reference voltage, Applications.
Wire-cut EDM:
Schematic diagram, working principle Dielectric fluid, use. Advantages & Disadvantages of EDM,
Applications.
Laser Beam Machining (LBM)
Characteristics of Laser light, Basic mechanism of Ruby laser, Energy level diagram of Ruby laser.
Carbon Dioxide laser, Energy level diagram.
Commercial lasers available for machining, welding Heat treating, cladding.
Hybrid Machining- Introduction, Methodology for Hybrid Machiningthermal
interaction, chemical and electrochemical interaction, mechanical
interaction, Electromechanical Discharge Machining (ECDM/ECAM),
Electrical Discharge Machining with Ultrasonic Assistance (EDMUS).
Rapid Prototyping- Overview of Rapid Prototyping, Basic Process- CAD Model Creation,
Conversion to STL format, Slice the STL File, Layer by layer construction, Clean and finish.
Principles, systems, relative advantages and applications of the common RP methods ;
(i) stereo lithography (SLG)
(ii) selective laser sintering (SLS)
(iii) fused deposition modelling (FDM)
(iv) laminated objects manufacturing (LOM)
(v) 3-D Inkjet Printing
Recommended Books
1. Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing by Mikeel P. Grover– 3E Wiley

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2. Automation, Production systems and CIM – M.P. Groover , Prentice Hall
3. Non conventional machining – P.K. Mishra, Narosa
4. Manufacturing science – Ghosh & Mullick, EWP
5. Rapid prototyping – A. Ghosh, EW Press
6. Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes by Gary F. Benedict– Marcel Dekker
7. Micromaching of Engineering Material by Mc Geongh, J.A. – Marcel Dekker
8. Advanced Machining Process, Nontraditional and Hybrid Machining Processes by Hassan AbdelGawad El-Hofy – McGraw Hill, Mechanical Engineering Science

ME 702 (B)
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Practice
Contact Hours: 3P
1) Study of Abrasive Jet Machining
2) Study of Ultrasonic Machining
3) Parametric Study of Electro-Discharge Machining
4) Study of Electro-Chemical Machining
5) Study of geometry of robot manipulator, actuators and grippers
6) Programming on CNC Turning
7) Programming on CNC Milling Machine
8) Robot Programming.

ME 703 (A) Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Theory
Contacts: 3L
1
2

Introduction: Concepts of Refrigeration and Air-conditioning. Unit of refrigeration,
Refrigerants– Desirable Properties, Nomenclature

02

Simple Vapour Compression Refrigeration System(Simple VCRS): Vapour compression cycle
on ph and T-s diagrams. Cycles with subcooling and superheating, their effects; Effect of
changes in evaporator pressure and condenser pressure on the performance of a simple

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VCRS; dry compression and wet compression of refrigerant; actual Vapour Compression
Cycle
06
3

Air Refrigeration System (ARS): Bell-Coleman refrigerator. COP determination, actual air
refrigeration cycle.
03

4

Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System (VARS): Advantages of VARS over VCRS. Working
principle of simple VARS, practical VARS. Limitations of VARS, maximum COP of a VARS,
Lithiumbromide-water System; Aqua-ammonia systems.
04

5

Equipment and Control: Major Refrigeration Equipment - Compressors: Types; reciprocating,
rotary & centrifugal, volumetric efficiency, Condensers: types used in refrigeration systems;
Evaporators: expansion devices: capillary tubes and thermostatic expansion valves.
06

6

Ventilation – Definition & Requirement, Natural & Mechanical Ventilation, Ventilation Load
Calculation
03

7

Basic definitions and principles related to Psychometry ; Psychometric Charts & Their Uses;
Heating, Cooling, Heating & Humidification & Cooling & Dehumidification processes.
Adiabatic Saturation, Cooling Coils, By-pass Factor.
06

8

Sensible Heat Factors. Heat Load estimation: Simple cases of Cooling and Dehumidification.
04

9

Duct Sizing & Design.

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Air-conditioning equipment: Airhandling units, Cooling Towers.

02
04

Texts & References:
1. Stocker & Jones, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, McGraw Hill.
2. C.P. Arora, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
3. P.L. Ballaney, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.
4. R.C.Arora, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, TMH.
5. Arora and Domkundwar, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Dhanpat Rai Publication.
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Practice
ME-703 (B)
Contacts: 3P
At least 4 (four experiments) to be conducted of which No. 4 is compulsory.
1. Study of a Domestic Refrigerator.
2. Study of a room (window type) Air Conditioner.
3. Determination of C.O.P of a vapour compression refrigeration system.
4. Experiment in an Air Conditioning Test Unit; Determination of bypass factor and plotting of the
cooling – dehumidification process on a psychometric chart.
5. Performance test of thermoelectric refrigeration system.

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Electrical Machines Theory
Code: 704A
Contacts : 4L
D. C. Generators and Motors: Principle, construction and function of various parts, methods of
excitation, armature reaction, characteristics of compound machines, mo
tor torque equation, characteristics, starting and speed control applications
8L
Transformers : Principle, construction, emf equation, regulation and efficiency.
Induction motor : Single phase I.M construction, principles of operation of different kinds of single
phase
6L
Induction Motor: construction, principle, Torque-speed Characteristic and speed control of 3-phase
Induction Motor.
4L
Alternator: Principle and construction, excitation and voltage regulation
Synchronous motor: Principle, characteristics, starting and speed control.

4L
4L

Special Machines: Principle and application of Fractional kilowatt motor, Stepper Motor, Ac and Dc
Servo motor.
4L

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704 (B) Electrical Machines Practice
Contacts: 2P







Constructional features of dc machines.
Open circuit and load test of dc shunt generator.
Speed control and characteristics of dc shunt motor.
Open Circuit test and Short Circuit test, Load test, regulation and efficiency of single phase
transformer.
Study of different parts of a 3-phase induction motor.
Speed control and load test on 3-phase Induction Motor.
Load characteristic of an Alternator and determination of voltage regulation.
Starting and speed control of single phase induction motor.

ME(CS)781 DBMS
Contact:4L
Introduction [4L]
Concept & Overview of DBMS, Data Models, Database Languages, Database Administrator,
Database Users, Three Schema architecture of DBMS.
Entity-Relationship Model [6L]
Basic concepts, Design Issues, Mapping Constraints, Keys, Entity-Relationship Diagram, Weak Entity
Sets, Extended E-R features.
Relational Model [5L]
Structure of relational Databases, Relational Algebra, Relational Calculus, Extended Relational
Algebra Operations, Views, Modifications Of the Database.
SQL and Integrity Constraints [8L]
Concept of DDL, DML, DCL. Basic Structure, Set operations, Aggregate Functions, Null Values,
Domain Constraints, Referential Integrity Constraints, assertions, views, Nested Subqueries, Database
security application development using SQL, Stored procedures and triggers.
Relational Database Design [7L]
Functional Dependency, Different anamolies in designing a Database., Normalization using funtional
dependencies, Decomposition, Boyce-Codd Normal Form, 3NF, Nomalization using multi-valued
depedencies, 4NF, 5NF

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HU 711 (i) Das Kapital & Wealth of Nation
(ii) Concepts of Marketing
Contacts :
Das Kapital and Wealth of Nations
1. A critical analysis of capitalist production by Karl Marx
2. Liberalism and “Industrial Society” by Smith and Spencer
3. Theories of the transition to modern capitalism: Marx, Durkheim, Weber
4. Revolution and reform : Marx and Durkheim
5. Political governability of modern capitalism and its limits: Keynes, Kalecki and Hayek
6. The “Double Movement” Polanyi
7. Capitalism and democracy: Marshall, Lipset and Bell
8. The moral dimension of capitalism: Hirschman
Concepts of marketing
9. Marketing Concepts- approaches to marketing, study, functional approaches, marketing
process
10. Marketing Planning- nature, process and contents of marketing plan, changing marketing
environment, analyzing the trends and needs in macro environment, economic , technical,
political and socio-cultural environment
11. Sales forecasting- methods, market research scope, hurdles and methods
12. Consumer Behavior-factors affecting buyer behavior, buyer decision process, consumer
psychology, industrial buyer behavior vs domestic buyer behavior, customer satisfaction vs
customer delight, consumer value and satisfaction
13. Dealing with competition- identification and analysis of competitors
14. Market segmentation- bases for market segmentation of consumer goods, industrial goods and
services, Market targeting and positioning strategies
15. Market evaluation and control- types, process, hurdles to marketing control, marketing audit
and marketing ethics

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SEMESTER - VIII
ME 801
Advanced Welding Technology
Contact Hours: 3L
1
2
3
4

Review of welding processes, joint design
Process descriptions of and parametric influences on fusion welding; arc welding- SMAW,
stud arc welding, GMAW, GTAW and FCAW, solid state welding processes- pressure
welding, friction welding, diffusion welding; resistance welding processes.
Arc welding- different types of equipment, power sources, arc characteristics, electrode
selection.
Critical and precision welding processes like: PAW, LBW, EBW, USW, friction stir
welding, under-water welding. Welding of plastics, ceramics and composites.

5

Welding metallurgy, HAZ, effects of different process parameters on the characteristics of
weldment.
Welding fixtures, welding automation and robotic applications

6

Weldability of plain carbon steels, stainless steel, cast iron, aluminium and its alloys.

7

Welding defects- types, causes, inspection and remedial measures; testing of welded joints by
visual inspection, dye-penetration (DP) test, ultrasonics and radiography.
Safe Practices in Welding.

Text and Reference Books:
1. O.P. Khanna, A Text Book of Welding Technology, Dhanpat Rai & Sons.
2. R.S. Parmar, Welding Engineering and Technology, Khanna Publishers.
3. M. Bhattacharyya, Weldment Design, The Association of Engineers, India Publication, Kolkata.
4. J.C. Lippold and D.J. Kotecki, Welding Metallurgy and Weldability of Stainless Steels, WileyIndia (P) Ltd., New
5. Delhi.
6. Udin, Funk and Wulf, Welding for Engineers, John Wiley and Sons.
7. J.L. Morris, Welding Process and Procedures.
8. S.V. Nadkarni, Modern Arc Welding Technology, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd./
Advani-Oerlikon Ltd.

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ME(CS)881 . NET Theory & Practice
Contact: 4L

 What is .Net Framework?
 What type of applications can be developed using .net
 Key features of .net
 What is CLR?
 General comments on C# Syntax
 Variables
 Conditional Statement , Iterations
Windows Application :
Module 1: Building a User Interface
 Using WPF Controls
 Using Resources
 Using Styles and Trigger
Module 2: Working with Events and Commands
 Configuring Events and Event Handling
 Configuring Commands
 Implementing Animation
Module 4: Windows forms
 Working with windows form
 Configuring Control
Module 5: Data Binding for user interface
 Configuring data binding
 Converting data
 Binding to data source
 Manipulating and Displaying Data
Web Application
Module 1: HTML and JavaScript :
 Basic introduction to HTML, different elements, body , form etc, Cascading Style Sheet ,
 Introduction to Javascript , accessing document object model (DOM ) , Validation
Module 2: ASP.Net Introduction:
 Understanding web communication
 Creating a website and adding new web pages
 Configuring web site using web configuration
Module 3: Events and States:
 ASP.Net page life cycle and events
 Client side state management
 Server side state management

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ME 802 (A) : Automobile Engineering Theory
Contact : 3L
1 Introduction: History & Development of Automobile. various sub system of Automobile.
2 Prime Mover: Engine for Two –Wheeler & Three- Wheeler vehicles, Engine for passenger
cars, commercial and other vehicle, Fuel system for carburetted engine, MPFI engine and
Diesel engine, Lubrication and cooling system.
3 Auto Electrical: Electric Motor as prime mover, Battery, generator, Ignition system, Starting
system, lighting & signaling
4 Steering System: Devis steering & Ackerman steering system. Rack & pinion, cam & lever,
worm & sector system.
5 Transmission System: Flywheel & clutch. Gearbox sliding and constant mesh type,
Automoatic Transmission, Universal joint, Propeller shaft.
6 Differential & Axle: Construction & function of differential, Different types of front & rear
axles.
7 Suspension System: Conventional and independent suspension system, application.
8 Brake System: Disc & drum brake, Hydraulic brake, Parking brake. Stopping distance.
9 Power Requirement: Various resistances such as air resistance, gradient resistance, rolling
resistance. Tractive effort. Torque- Speed curve. Horse power calculation.
Maintenance of Vehicle.
Reference Books:
1. Motor Vehicle by Newton, Steed and Garrette 2nd ed, Butter worth.
2. Automobile Mechanics by N.K.Giri, 7th ed, Khanna Publishers.
3. Automobile Engineering by Amitosh De, Revised edition 2010, Galgotia Publication Pvt. Ltd.
4. Automobile Mechanics by Heitner Joseph, East West Press.

ME 803 (A) : Industrial Engineering
Contacts : 3L
Production Planning and Control; Product: product design, customer requirements, value engineering,
quality, reliability, service life, competitiveness;

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Plant: location, layout, material handling, equipment selection, maintenance of equipment and
facilities; Processes: Job, batch and flow production methods, Group Technology Work study and
Time and Motion study, Work/job evaluation, quality control (SPC), control charts;
Resource planning: production/ operation control, forecasting, capacity management, scheduling and
loading, line balancing, break-even analysis, inventory of materials and their control, manufacturing
planning, MRP - II, JIT.
References :
1. Production, Planning and Inventory Control by S.L.Narasimhan, D.W.McLeavey, P.J.Billington,
Prentice Hall.
2. Production Systems: Planning, Analysis and Control by J.L.Riggs, 3rd ed., Wiley.
3. Productions and Operations Management by A.Muhlemann, J.Oakland and K.Lockyer, Macmillan.
ME 803(B) : Industrial Engineering Practice
Contacts : 3P
Experiments and computational work involving production planning and scheduling, process
planning, resource allocation, machine loading and optimization;
Plant facility layout models, mechanical, electro-analogue models for optimal plant facility location
analysis, analogue and computer aided models for physical path analysis of production
program/project activity;
Network analysis and optimization; product quality planning and control analysis models; production
system simulation, simulated system in maintenance programs, system dynamics, computer
applications in Industrial Engineering.

ME 892 : Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Contact : 3L
Concept of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM); Basic components of CIM; Distributed
database system; distributed communication system, computer networks for manufacturing; future
automated factory; social and economic factors.
Computer Aided Design (CAD): CAD hardware and software; product modelling, automatic drafting;
engineering analysis; FEM design review and evaluation; Group Technology Centre.
Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM): Computer assisted NC part programming; Computer assisted
robot programming; computer aided process planning (CAPP); computer aided material requirements
planning (MRP); computer aided production scheduling; computer aided inspection planning;
computer aided inventory planning; flexible manufacturing system (FMS); concept of flexible
manufacturing; Integrating NC machines, robots, AGVs, and other NC equipment; Computer aided
quality control; business functions, computer aided forecasting.
Management Information Systems (MIS), Various CIM systems - examples.

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References :
1. CAD, CAM, CIM by P.Radhakrishnan and S.Subramanyan, New Age International Publishers.
2. Computer Integrated Manufacturing by Paul G. Rankey, Prentice Hall.
3. Computer Integrated Manufacturing by Harrington J. Jr., Industrial Press, Inc., New York.
4. Computer Integrated Manufacturing by K.Rathmill and P.Macconal, IFS Publications.
5. Automation, Production Systems and Computer Integrated Manufacturing by M. P. Groover,
Prentice Hall.

HU 811 : (i)
Total Quality Management and Right to Information Act,
(iii)
Economics and Business Analytics
Contacts :
Total Quality Management
1) Introduction- Quality defined, TQM models, potential benefits of TQM, evolution of TQM
2) Concept and philosophy – traditional management and TQM, history of TEM in Japan,
Americas Europe and other developing nations, TQM in service sector
3) Essentials of TQM- customer satisfactions, TQM leadership, quality policy and mission
statement, training for TQM, supplier selection, employee and management involvement,
quality circles, recognition and reward
4) International contributions to TQM - W. Edward Deming, Joseph M Juran, Phillip B Crossby,
Armand V Feigenbaum, Richard Schonberger, Genichi Taguchi, Masaki Imaj
5) TQM and productivity and implementation
Right to Information Act
6) General overview of Right to Information Act
7) Explanations, evolution, philosophy, importance and concepts
8) Salient features of RTI Act
9) Public authority and obligation under RTI act
10) What is public authority?
11) Who are covered and exempt?
12) Obligation of authorities
13) Role of public information Officers
14) Requirement, designation, role and responsibilities of PIOs/ APIOs

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15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
24)
25)

Grounds of acceptance, time limit and process of disposal of requests
Fees and costs of providing information
Partial disclosure and “third party information”
Information Commission, power and functions
Role and responsibilities
Provisions of RTI act in relation to complaints and specifications
Power of information commission and mandate
Second Appeal process
RTI and good governance
Role of civil society organization
Records and management information system

Economics
26) Meaning and scope of economics, managerial economics
27) Theory of Demand and Supply- laws, functions and elasticity
28) Theory of Production- law, factors, Short and long run
29) Revenue and Cost concepts- Variable, fixed, unit, controllable, uncontrollable, sunk and
opportunity costs, cost curves, decision making costs and Break Even analysis
30) Market structures- types of markets, pricing models under monopolistic, perfect, oligopolistic
market competitions
Business Analytics
31) Financial statement analysis
32) Estimating discount rates, growth rates and cash flows
33) Approach to valuation and identifying value drivers
34) Valuation using multiples
35) Strategy-finance-valuation trilogy
36) Real options and brand valuations
37) Business performance management
38) Key performance indicators and operational metrics
39) Balanced scorecard
40) Six sigma
41) Dashboards
42) Data visualization
43) Data mining- neural networks, cluster analysis, text mining, web mining
44) Report design and development
45) Business Intelligence- emerging trends and techniques
Referred reading:1.
Managerial Economics by John Dean
2.
Micro Economics by Ryan Pearce
3.
Business Analytics by James R Evans
4.
Business Analytics for Managers by Gert H.N. Lauren and Jesper Thorland
5.
Total Quality Management by R.P.Mohanty and R.R.Lakhe
6.
Total Quality Management by K. Shridhara Bhat
7.
Handbook on Right to Information Act by Dr Niraj Kumar

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SEMESTER – VIII(OPTIONAL)
ME 804
Renewable Energy Systems
Contact Hours: 3L
1. Principles of Renewable Energy:
i) The history of energy scene
ii) The energy future: energy and sustainable
Development and role of renewable energy
iii) Scientific Principles of renewable energy 04
2. Review of principles of thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and heat transfer 01
3. Solar radiation:
i) Sun-Earth geometry
ii) Extraterrestrial Solar Radiation
iv) Measurement and estimation of solar radiation. 04
4. Solar Water Heating:
i) Flat Plate Collectors: Heat Transfer analysis, Testing
ii) Evacuated Tube Collectors 05
5. Other Solar Thermal Applications:
i) Air heaters
ii) Water Desalination
iii) Space Cooling
iv) Solar Concentrators
v) Solar ponds 03
6. Photovoltaic Generation:
i) Photon absorption at Silicon p-n junction
ii) Solar Cell
iii) Application and Systems 04
7. Wind Power:
i) Turbine types & terms
ii) Mechanical & Electrical Power from Wind Turbines 03
8. Biomass & Biofuels:
i) Use of Biomass
ii) Classification & Use of Biofuels. 03

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9. Wave Power & tidal Power: Basic Concepts 03
10. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion 02
11. Geothermal Energy 02
12. Energy Storage 02
Books
1. Renewable Energy – G. Boyle, 2nd edition, OUP,2010.
2. Renewable Energy Resources- Twidell, J & Weir, T, 2nd edition, Taylor & Francis, 2006.
3. Non Conventional Energy Resources- B.H. Khan, T M H, 2010.
4. Non Conventional Energy Sources- G.D. Rai, Khanna Publishers.

ME 805
Quality & Reliability Engineering
Contact Hours: 2L
Quality Engineering
Basic concepts, definitions and history of quality control. Quality function and concept of quality
cycle. Quality policy and objectives. Economics of quality and measurement of the cost of quality.
Quality considerations in design.
Process control: Machine and process capability analysis. Use of control charts and process
engineering techniques for implementing the quality plan.
Emerging concepts of quality management: Taguchi's concept of off-line quality control and
Ishikawa's cause and effect diagram.
References :
1. Total Quality Management – An Introductory Text by Paul James, Prentice Hall
2. Quality Control and Applications by Housen & Ghose
3. Industrial Engineering Management by O.P. Khanna
Reliability Engineering
Basic laws of probability, Conditional probability, Random variable, sample distribution, statistical
hypothesis, statistical tests of significance, correlation, regression analysis, concept of reliability,
availability and maintainability (RAM), systems reliability, reliability improvement,
design of maintenance systems, spare parts management, Decision Support System, SWOT.
Reference :
1. Mechanical Reliability Engineering by ADS Carter , Macmilan
2. Reliability Evaluation of Engineering Systems by Roy Billington and R.N. Allen, Pitman
3. Introduction to Reliability Engineering by Dhilan & Singh
4. Reliability Engineering by L.A. Doty, Industrial PressInc.

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ME(CS)882 Cloud Computing
Contacts: 4L
Module I: Definition of Cloud Computing and its Basics (Lectures: 8)
1. Definition of Cloud Computing:
Defining a Cloud, Cloud Types – NIST model, Cloud Cube model, Deployment models (Public,
Private, Hybrid and Community Clouds), Service models – Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a
Service, Software as a Service with examples of services/ service providers, Cloud Reference model
Characteristics of Cloud Computing – a shift in paradigm. Benefits and advantages of Cloud
Computing
2. Cloud Architecture:
A brief introduction on Composability, Infrastructure, Platforms, Virtual Appliances, Communication
Protocols, Applications, Connecting to the Cloud by Clients.
3. Services and Applications by Type
IaaS – Basic concept, Workload, partitioning of virtual private server instances, Pods, aggregations,
silos
PaaS – Basic concept, tools and development environment with examples
SaaS - Basic concept and characteristics, Open SaaS and SOA, examples of SaaS platform
Identity as a Service (IDaaS)
Compliance as a Service (CaaS)
Module II: Use of Platforms in Cloud Computing (Lectures : 10)
1. Concepts of Abstraction and Virtualization
Virtualization technologies: Types of virtualization (access, application, CPU, storage), Mobility
patterns (P2V, V2V, V2P, P2P, D2C, C2C, C2D, D2D)
Load Balancing and Virtualization: Basic Concepts, Network resources for load balancing, Advanced
load balancing (including Application Delivery Controller and Application Delivery Network),
Mention of The Google Cloud as an example of use of load balancing
Hypervisors: Virtual machine technology and types, VMware vSphere
Machine Imaging (including mention of Open Virtualization Format – OVF)
Porting of applications in the Cloud: The simple Cloud API and AppZero Virtual Application
appliance
2. Concepts of Platform as a Service

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Definition of services, Distinction between SaaS and PaaS (knowledge of Salesforce.com and
Force.com), Application development.
Use of PaaS Application frameworks.
3. Use of Google Web Services
Discussion of Google Applications Portfolio – Indexed search, Dark Web, Aggregation and
disintermediation, Productivity applications and service, Adwords, Google Analytics, Google
Translate, a brief discussion on Google Toolkit (including introduction of Google APIs in brief),
major features of Google App Engine service.
4. Use of Amazon Web Services
Amazon Web Service components and services: Amazon Elastic Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage
system, Amazon Elastic Block Store, Amazon SimpleDB and Relational Database Service
5. Use of Microsoft Cloud Services :Windows Azure platform: Microsoft’s approach, architecture,
and main elements, overview of Windows Azure AppFabric, Content Delivery Network, SQL Azure,
and Windows Live services
6. Data in the cloud: Relational databases, Cloud file systems: GFS and HDFS, BigTable, HBase
and Dynamo.
Module III: Cloud Infrastructure (Lectures: 5)
Types of services required in implementation – Consulting, Configuration, Customization and
Support.
1. Cloud Management
An overview of the features of network management systems and a brief introduction of related
products from large cloud vendors, Monitoring of an entire cloud computing deployment stack – an
overview with mention of some products.
Lifecycle management of cloud services (six stages of lifecycle).
2. Concepts of Cloud Security
Cloud security concerns, Security boundary, Security service boundary
Overview of security mapping
Security of data: Brokered cloud storage access, Storage location and tenancy, encryption, and
auditing and compliance
Identity management (awareness of Identity protocol standards)
Module IV: Concepts of Services and Applications (Lectures: 7)
1. Service Oriented Architecture: Basic concepts of message-based transactions, Protocol stack for
an SOA architecture, Event-driven SOA, Enterprise Service Bus, Service catalogs.
2. Applications in the Cloud: Concepts of cloud transactions, functionality mapping, Application
attributes, Cloud service attributes, System abstraction and Cloud Bursting, Applications and Cloud
APIs.
3. Cloud-based Storage: Cloud storage definition – Manned and Unmanned.

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4. Webmail Services: Cloud mail services including Google Gmail, Mail2Web, Windows Live
Hotmail, Yahoo mail, concepts of Syndication services.
Books Recommended:
1. Cloud Computing Bible by Barrie Sosinsky, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2013
2. Mastering Cloud Computing by Rajkumar Buyya, Christian Vecchiola, S. Thamarai Selvi, McGraw
Hill Education
(India) Private Limited, 2013
3. Cloud computing: A practical approach, Anthony T. Velte, Tata Mcgraw-Hill
4. Cloud Computing, Miller, Pearson
References:
1. Cloud Computing – Second Edition by Dr. Kumar Saurabh, Wiley India
2. Google Apps by Scott Granneman,Pearson.

ME(CS)883 Multimedia Technology
Contact:4L
Introduction [2L]
Multimedia today, Impact of Multimedia, Multimedia Systems, Components and Its Applications
Text and Audio [6L]

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Text: Types of Text, Ways to Present Text, Aspects of Text Design, Character, Character Set, Codes,
Unicode, Encryption; Audio: Basic Sound Concepts, Types of Sound, Digitizing Sound, Computer
Representation of Sound (Sampling Rate, Sampling Size, Quantization), Audio Formats, Audio tools,
MIDI
Image and Video (8L)
Image: Formats, Image Color Scheme, Image Enhancement; Video: Analogue and Digital Video,
Recording Formats and Standards (JPEG, MPEG, H.261) Transmission of Video Signals, Video
Capture, and Computer based Animation.
Synchronization [4L]
Temporal relationships, synchronization accuracy specification factors, quality of service Storage
models and Access Techniques [(4L] Magnetic media, optical media, file systems (traditional,
multimedia) Multimedia devices – Output devices, CD-ROM, DVD, Scanner, CCD
Image and Video Database [8L]
Image representation, segmentation, similarity based retrieval, image retrieval by color, shape and
texture; indexing- k-d trees, R-trees, quad trees; Case studies- QBIC, Virage. Video Content,
querying, video segmentation, indexing
Document Architecture and Content Management [9L]
Content Design and Development, General Design Principles Hypertext: Concept, Open Document
Architecture (ODA), Multimedia and Hypermedia Coding Expert Group (MHEG), Standard
Generalized Markup Language (SGML), Document Type Definition (DTD), Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML) in Web Publishing. Case study of Applications
Multimedia Applications [4L]
Interactive television, Video-on-demand, Video Conferencing, Educational Applications, Industrial
Applications, Multimedia archives and digital libraries, media editors.
Books:
1. Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt , Multimedia: Computing, Communications & Applications ,
Pearson Ed.
2. Nalin K. Sharda , Multimedia Information System , PHI.
3. Fred Halsall , Multimedia Communications , Pearson Ed.
4. Koegel Buford , Multimedia Systems , Pearson Ed.
5. Fred Hoffstetter , Multimedia Literacy , McGraw Hill.
6. Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt , Multimedia Fundamentals: Vol. 1- Media Coding and Content
Processing , PHI.
7. J. Jeffcoate , Multimedia in Practice: Technology and Application , PHI.
8. Prabhat K. Andleigh & Kiran Thakrar , Multimedia Systems Design , PHI.

ME 805: Material Testing Practice
Contacts: 2P
Impact tests: Charpy and Izod tests;
Test for drawability of sheet metals through cupping test; Fatigue test of a typical sample.

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Sample preparation and etching of ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys for metallographic
observation;
Experiments on heat treatment of carbon steels under different rates of cooling including quenching,
and testing for the change in hardness and observing its microstructural changes through
metallographic studies.
Observation of presence of surface/ sub-surface cracks using different non-destructive techniques,
such as dye penetration (DP) test, magnaflux test, ultrasonic or eddy current test.
ME 501 (A) : Theory of Machine
Contacts :
1. Basic Kinematics:
1.1 1.1 Structure, Machine, Link and its types
1.2 1.2 Kinematics pairs
Lower pairs and higher pairs
Form closed pairs and force closed pairs
Based on relative motion permitted such as revolute, prismatic, cam, helical, Globular.
1.3 1.3 Kinematics chain and Mechanisms:
Grubler’s criterion for movability of chains and mechanisms has locked, constraint,
Unconstrained based on Grubler’s criteria.
Limitations of Grubler’s Criteria.
1.4 1.4 Inversion of chain:
Study of various mechanisms derived from inversions of following chains with regard to
motion of links of mechanisms, motion modification, quality of motion transmission
(uniform, non-uniform, SHM, Non-SHM), limiting positions, dead positions, quick return
property, applications. Four bar chain (Grashoffian, non-Grashoffian), Single slider crank
chain, Double slider crank chain.
1.5 1.5 Special Mechanisms:
Straight line generating Mechanisms:
Exact Straight Line Generating Mechanisms – Peaucellier’s,
Hart’s Approximate Straight Line Generating Mechanisms – Watt’s,
Robert’s, Evan’s and Tchebicheff’s.
Offset slider crank mechanisms
Pantograph
Hook joint- single and double
Steering gear mechanisms – Ackerman, Davis
2. Velocity Analysis of mechanisms (mechanisms up to 6 links).
2.1
Velocity analysis by instantaneous centre of rotation method (Graphical approach)
2.2
Velocity analysis by relative velocity method (Graphical approach)
Analysis is extended to find rubbing velocities at joints, mechanical advantage (Graphical
approach).
2.3
Velocity analysis of low degree complexity mechanisms (Graphical approach). Auxiliary
point method
3. Velocity and Acceleration analysis of mechanism.
3.1
Velocity and Acceleration – analysis by relative method (mechanisms upto 6 link) including
pairs involving Coriolis acceleration (Graphical Approach).
3.2
Velocity and Acceleration analysis (mechanisms upto 4 links) by complex variable method
(Analytical Approach).

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3.3

Velocity and Acceleration analysis (mechanisms upto 6 links) by Equivalent method
(Graphical or analytical Approach).
4. Flexible Connectors:
4.1
Belt – Types of belts, velocity ratio, slip, length of belt.
4.2
Chains – types of chains, chordal action, variation in velocity ratio, chain length.
5. Gears
5.1
Law of gearing.
5.2
Conjugate profile and its graphic construction.
5.3
Involute and Cycloid gear tooth profile.
5.4
Construction of Involute profile.
5.5
Path of contact, arc of contact, contact ratio for involutes and cycloid tooth profile.
5.6
Interference in involutes gears. Critical Numbers of teeth for interference free motion.
5.7
Methods to control interference in involutes gears.
Gear Trains
Kinematics and dynamic analysis of - simple gear trains, compound gear trains, Reverted gear
trains, Epicyclic gear trains with Spur or Bevel gear combination.
6. Cam Mechanisms:
6.1
Cam and its Classifications.
6.2
Followers and its Classification.
6.3
Motion analysis and plotting of displacement-time, velocity-time, acceleration- time, jerktime graphs for uniform velocity. UARM, SHM and Cycloid motions (combined motions
during one stroke excluded).
6.4
Motion analysis of simple cams – R-R cam, D-R-R and D-R-D-R cam operating radial
translating follower.
6.5
Pressure angle and method to control pressure angle (Layout of cam profiles is excluded.)
Text Books:
1. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by Amitabha Ghosh and A. Kumar Mallik.
2. Theory of Mechanisms and Machines by Shigley
3. Theory of Machines by Ballaney
4. Theory of Machines by Rattan.
References:
1. Kinematics of Machines by R. T. Hinchkle (Prentice Hall Inc.)
2. Kinematics by V. M. Fairs (Mcgraw Hill)
3. Mechanism Design: Analysis and Synthesis Vol. I by A. Erdman and G. N. Sander (P

ME (CS) 681 CAD/CAM
Contact Hours: 3L
Module Content Hour
1
Fundamentals of CAD- Design process, benefits of computer aided design, graphics
Standards
2
Geometric modeling- wire-frame, surface and solid modeling Transformation- translation and
rotation exercise problems and programming Stress analysis- basics of FEM, formation of
stiffness matrix for two elements.
3
Introduction to computer aided manufacturing (CAM) systems, basic building blocks of
computer integrated manufacturing (CIM).
4
Toolings of CNC machines, tool and work handling systems involving robot, AGV, RTV,
AS/RS, ATC, APC
5
Robotics; types, anatomy, drives and applications.

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Computer aided production planning and control, Manufacturing from product designCADCAM interface, concept of group technology (GT), CAPP
Control systems, Process monitoring, Adaptive control systems, etc.,
Automatic inspection systems, use of CMM, Reverse Engineering

References:
1.
P.N. Rao, N.K. Tewari and T.K. Kundra, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Tata McGraw-Hill
Publication.
2.
M.P. Groover and E.W. Zimmers Jr., CAD/CAM, Prentice Hall of India
3.
P. Radhakrishnan, S. Subramanyan and V. Raju, CAD/CAM/CIM, New Age International
Publishers.
4.
P.N. Rao, CAD/CAM, Tata McGraw Hill Publication.
5.
M.P. Groover, Automation, Production Systems, and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing,
Prentice Hall of India.
6.
I. Zeid, CAD/CAM - Theory and Practice, Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New
Delhi.
7.
S.R. Deb, Robotics Technology and Flexible Automation, Tata McGraw-Hill Publication.
8.
S.K. Saha, Introduction to Robotics, The McGraw-Hill Publication
9.
P.B. Mahapatra, Computer-Aided Production Management, Prentice Hall of India.

HU 611

(i) Production & Operation Management
(ii) Behaviourial Science

Contacts :
Production and Operations Management
1) Production and Operation Management Function
 Definition
 Criteria of performance for production and operations management system
 Brief history of production/ operation management
 Classificatio0n of Decision areas
 New ways of looking at the decision areas
2) Operation Strategy
 Strategic Management process
 What is operation/manufacturing strategy
 Meaningful differentiation
 Flexibility
 Cost reduction
 Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis
 Five force models

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3) Basic tools in production and operation management
 Relevant cost concepts- fixed, variable, opportunity sunk, direct, indirect, overhead,
controllable and uncontrollable costs
 Capital Budgeting- identifying investment opportunities and mutually exclusive projects,
Capital rationing and risk consideration in project appraisals
 Queuing Theory- features, design, types of queuing system, analysis, single service and
multiple channel single service queuing system
 Forecasting- Definition, elements and methods of forecasting- time series, multiple
regression model, input-output analysis, life-cycle analysis, Delphi method of opinion
gathering, end-user analysis and market survey , prerequisites and pitfalls in forecasting,
range and precision of forecasting, forecasting in Indian scenario
4) Quality Management-quality as corporate strategy, statistical methods, control charts,
acceptance sampling, average outgoing quality limit, managing and cost of quality; Six
Sigma, Taguchi philosophy, Kaizen method, Ishikawa diagram, service quality, roadmap for
TQM
5) Product Design- purpose, organizational competitiveness and design for manufacturers
(DFM)
6) Maintenance management- objective, availability; importance of statistics of failure,
preventive maintenance, work study and manpower planning, handling spare parts,
codification of spares, capital spares, insurance spares and rotable spares
7) Work study, job evaluation and incentive schemes
8) Material management - purchasing function, value analysis, vendor relations, price
forecasting, forward buying and negotiations, Economic order quantity (EOQ), ABC analysis,
VED analysis, and their comparison, material requirement planning (MRP) and calculations
9) Supply chain management- core competency, supply chain and “Keiretsu”, building supply
chain, orientation and its implementation,, single source and multiple source
10) Production planning and control- definition, aggregate planning strategies and costs,
scheduling, just-in-time production (JIT), difference between JIT and MRP, Kan-ban
production information system, Yo-i-don and standardization, project management- critical
path, time analysis, PERT/CPM and procedure networking
Behavioral Sciences
11) Organizational Behavior
 What do managers do?
 Perceived notion versus substantive evidence
 Few absolutes in Organizational Behavior
 Responsiveness to globalization
 Managing workforce diversity
 Improving quality and service
 Coping with “temporariness”
 Empowering people
 Simulating innovation and change
 Work life conflicts
 Improving ethical behavior
12) Individualism
13) Value, attitude and job satisfaction- consistency, cognitive and dissonance theory, measuring
A-B relationships, measuring satisfaction, myth or science- “Happy workers are productive
workers”

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14) Personality and emotions-definition, myth or science- “Deep down, people are all alike”
15) Conflict and negotiation- conflict process, transition in conflict thoughts, functional versus
dysfunctional conflict
16) Leadership – trait theories, contingency theories, trust-foundation of leadership, emotional
intelligence and leadership effectiveness, moral leadership finding and creating effective
leaders
Referred reading: -

Organizational Behavior by Stephen P Robbins
Production and Operations Management by S.N Chary

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