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LP- ME 2354

LESSON PLAN

LP Rev. No: 00
Date: 29.12.2014

SUB NAME : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING
UNIT: I

BRANCH: MECHANICAL

SEM: VI

Page: 1 of 5

Unit syllabus:
Vehicle structure and Engines
Types of Automobiles -, Vehicle Construction and different layouts, Chassis,
Frame and Body –resistances to vehicle motion and need for a gear box. Components
of Engine – Their forms, Functions and Materials.
Objective:
To make the students familiar with the various parts of the automobile and their
functions and, materials.

Session
No

Topics to be covered

Time
(Min)

Ref

Teaching
Method

1

Types of automobile, vehicle construction

50

2,4

BB, PPT

2

Different Layouts of vehicle constructions

50

2,4

BB, PPT

3

Chasis and body-different types

50

2,4

BB, PPT

4

Frames-different types

50

2,4

BB, PPT

5

Various resistances to vehicle motion

50

2,4

BB, PPT

6

Importance of gear box.

50

2,4

BB, PPT

7

Engine classification

50

2,4

BB, PPT

8

Combustion in SI engines and CI engines.

50

2,4

9

Spark plugs, fuel injectors, fuel pumps and other parts

50

2,4

10

Material selection for various engine parts.

50

2,4

LESSON PLAN

BB, PPT
BB, PPT
BB, PPT

LP- ME 2354

CAT – I-.-.2014 UNIT: II Page: 2 of 5 BRANCH: MECHANICAL SEM: VI Unit syllabus: ENGINE AUXILIARY SYSTEMS Electronically controlled gasoline injection system for SI engines. function and types Electronic fuel injection system.3 BB. electrical system and ignition system Session No Topics to be covered Time (Min) Ref 11 12 Carburetor -working principle. No: 00 SUB NAME : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Date: 29.-.-. PPT BB. Electronic ignition system. PPT 19 Turbo chargers and super charger 50 3 20 Three way catalytic converter system. Rotary distributor type. 50 50 1. Electronically controlled diesel injection system (Unit injector.--.-.--.2.& CRDI) Electrical system functions and types Starting motors and drives 17 Ignition system-battery and Magneto coil ignition system 50 1.3 Teaching Method BB. PPT BB.2. PPT 18 Electronic ignition system-Regulators and cut outs 50 1. 50 1.2.--.3 BB.3 50 50 2 2. Objective: To make the students familiar with the engine Auxiliary systems such as fuel injection system. PPT 21 -. PPT BB.-. PPT 15 16 Electronically controlled gasoline injection system for CI engines(unit injector.-.3 2 13 Electronically controlled gasoline injection system for SI engines 50 1. and common rail direct injection system).3 BB.--.LP Rev. PPT BB. Engine emission control by three way catalytic converter system.-- 50 --- ----- 14 .-.12. Turbochargers.-.--. PPT BB.-.-.3 50 1. PPT BB.-.--. rotary distributor type.-.

Over Drives – Transfer Box. Objective: To make the students familiar with the different types Transmission system such as clutch. Hotchkiss Drive and Torque Tube Drive. PPT 25 Simple mounted shift mechanism 50 2. Slip Joint. Torque convertors. PPT BB.12.2014 SUB NAME : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING UNIT: III BRANCH: MECHANICAL SEM: VI Page: 3 of 5 Unit syllabus TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Clutch – Types and Construction.LP.4 BB. PPT 27 Torque converters. PPT 31 Torque tube drive 75 2. PPT BB. Differential and Rear Axle. PPT .4 BB. Gear Boxes. No: 00 Date: 29.4 29 Differential and rear axle 50 2.ME 2354 LESSON PLAN LP Rev.4 BB. PPT 30 Hotchkiss drive 50 2. gearboxes torque converters Session No Topics to be covered Time (Min) Ref Teaching Method 22 Introduction about clutch types and construction 50 3 23 Clutch types working 50 3 BB. PPT 24 Gear box-manual and automatic 50 2. Manual and Automatic – Simple Floor Mounted Shift Mechanism.3 BB.4 28 Slip joint. Universal Joints. Propeller shaft. universal joints 50 2. propeller shaft 50 2. PPT 26 Overdrives –transfer box 50 4 BB. PPT BB.3 BB. Fluid flywheel.

BRAKES AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Steering Geometry and Types of steering gear box – Power Steering – Types of Front Axle.ME 2354 LESSON PLAN LP Rev. No: 00 SUB NAME : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Date: 29.-. PPT 42 --. Antilock Braking System and traction control.-.-.2 41 Traction control 50 1.. PPT 35 Suspension system 50 1. Types of Suspension systems.-.-.-. Brakes and Suspension System Session No Topics to be covered Time (Min) Ref Teaching Method 32 Steering geometry and types of steering gear box 50 1.-.-.2 BB.2 BB. PPT 39 Hydraulic braking system 50 1. PPT 37 Braking system-types and construction 50 1. Objective: To make the students familiar with the Steering.--CAT-II -.12.-.2 BB. introduction about front axle 50 1. PPT 40 Antilock braking system 50 1.2 BB. PPT BB.2014 UNIT: IV Page: 4 of 5 BRANCH: MECHANICAL SEM: VI Unit Syllabus STEERING.-.2 BB. PPT BB.LP.-- 50 ---- ---- .2 BB. PPT 34 Types of front axle 50 1.2 33 Power steering.-.2 BB.2 BB. PPT 36 Suspension system 50 1.-. PPT 38 Diagonal braking system 50 1. Pneumatic and Hydraulic Braking Systems.

Session No Topics to be covered Time (Min) Ref Teaching Method 43 Natural gas application.-.-.-. combustion and emission characteristics of SI and CI engines with these alternate fuels.-. LPG. PPT 50 Electric and hybrid vehicle 50 3. Biodiesel. fuel cells.Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. PPT 45 Hydrogen production and its properties 50 3.2 BB. PPT 48 Emission characteristics of SI and CI engines. Engine modifications required-Performance.2 BB. bio ethanol.-.-.-. PPT 44 Biodiesel. gasoline 50 3.2014 UNIT: V Page: 5 of 5 BRANCH: MECHANICAL SEM: VI Unit Syllabus ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES Use of Natural Gas.-. 50 3.2 BB.2 BB.-.-- 75 ---- ---- .LP. Fuel Cells. PPT 46 Engine modifications for Biodiesel 50 3.2 BB.-. LPG 50 3. Gasohol and Hydrogen in Automobiles. PPT 51 Fuel cells 50 3.-. LPG.2 BB.12.ME 2354 LESSON PLAN LP Rev. combustion of SI and CI engines. PPT 47 Performance. hydrogen.-.-. Objective: To make the students familiar alternative energy sources such as natural gas. PPT 52 -.2 BB. 50 3. No: 00 SUB NAME : AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING Date: 29.--CAT-III -.-.2 BB.

Steeds and Garet. Automobile Engineering series McGraw-Hill 1988 Newton.”advanced Engine technology “SAE international publications USA.stochel”Automotive mechanics fundamentals” the goodheart-Will cox company Inc. USA.Pitchandi H.O. 3. “Motor vehicles”. 1989. New Delhi. Tata McGraw-Hill. 2002. Automobile Engineering. 2007. References: 1. Prepared by Approved by Signature Name Designation Date Mr.12.V. 5. 1978. Seventh edition 1997. “Automotive Mechanics”.T. Heinz Heisler.2014 AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERING SYLLABUS – ME 2354 .R. William Crouse. 3.2014 Dr. Osamu Hirao & Richard k pefley.Gupta. Satya prakashan. Joseph Heitner.New Delhi. “Internal combustion engines” 3rd edition. 1993 2.G.D / Mechanical Engineering 29. 7.K.W. 4.stochel and martin . 1999.B. Ganesan.Suresh Assistant Professor / Mechanical Engg 29.Course Delivery Plan: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II I II Week Units Text books: 1. Butterworth Publishers.12. Jain.R.G.K and Ashhana. Martin .Manikanda Raja Assistant Professor / Mechanical Engg Mr. Present & Future Automotive fuels.B” Automobile Engineering “Tata MC graw Hill Publishers. 2nd edition. John wiley and sons 1988.1998. East-West Press. R. Kirpal singh”Automobile Engineering” VOL1&2”standard publishers. 6. 2.

Electronic ignition system. Propeller shaft. Hotchkiss Drive and Torque Tube Drive.Types of Suspension systems. Turbochargers. Martin . Gasohol and Hydrogen in Automobiles. ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES Use of Natural Gas. Components of Engine – Their forms. 2007. 2.V”Internal combustion engines”third edition. Butterworth Publishers. Chassis. Biodiesel. Rotary distributor type and common rail direct injection system).”advanced Engine technology “SAE international publications USA. Electronically controlled diesel injection system (Unit injector. Fluid flywheel.W.Vehicle Construction and different layouts. Fuel Cells. Differential and Rear Axle. Torque convertors.Pneumatic and Hydraulic Braking Systems.VEHICLE STRUCTURE AND ENGINES Types of Automobiles . LPG. “Automotive Mechanics”. Engine emission control by three way catalytic converter TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS Clutch – Types and Construction. 5. 2nd edition.K. Steeds and Garet. 1999. 1989. New Delhi. 4. .T. TEXT BOOKS: 1.R. tata McGraw –hill.stochel and martin . ENGINE AUXILIARY SYSTEMS Electronically controlled gasoline injection system for SI engines. bio ethanol.stochel”Automotive mechanics fundamentals” the goodheartWill cox company Inc. STEERING. Functions and Materials. REFERENCES: 1. Gear Boxes. combustion and emission characteristics of SI and CI engines with these alternate fuels. Kirpal singh”Automobile Engineering” VOL1&2”standard publishers. “Motor vehicles”. 3. Antilock Braking System and traction control. New Delhi. Jain. Newton. Seventh edition 1997. Over Drives – Transfer Box. Slip Joint. Universal Joints. . Frame and Body – resistances to vehicle motion and need for a gear box. BRAKES AND SUSPENSION SYSTEMS Steering Geometry and Types of steering gear box– Power Steering – Types of Front Axle. 1978. . Joseph Heitner. Engine modifications required-Performance.B” Automobile Engineering “Tata MC graw Hill Publishers.Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. 2. East-West Press. Ganesan . Heinz Heisler.K and Ashhana. USA.1998. Manual and Automatic – Simple Floor Mounted Shift Mechanism. 2002.